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Martha Stewart

by MKay / September 15, 2004 3:03 AM PDT
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Yeah, I watched her self-serving speech
by TONI H / September 15, 2004 3:09 AM PDT
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Funny how she still feels she's in control....even dictating when she'll go to jail now. LOL She said that even though her lawyers feel that she would win her appeal case, it's HER decision to serve her time now so that she can be out in time for her flowers to bloom and start a 'new life' in the spring and put this all behind her. Too bad she didn't think of saving the taxpayers all that money for a trial and just take the deal in the first place. She reminds me much of Hensley...the queen of mean....what arrogance.


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Re: Yeah, I watched her self-serving speech
by Dan McC / September 15, 2004 3:16 AM PDT

Martha? Self-serving? ? ? Get outta town!


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Re: Yeah, I watched her self-serving speech
by Evie / September 15, 2004 10:28 PM PDT

While I share your thoughts regarding the self-serving nature of the speech, I still believe that she was a small (insignificant) fish in a big sea. The government could have been the ones to save us money in this instance by not pursuing charges that related to crimes never prosecuted. Let's see if Mark Hacking is charged with lying to investigators when his case moves forward.

Evie Happy

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Martha's Looking Good!
by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / September 15, 2004 8:35 PM PDT
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She looks much better and I am glad she is thinking positively to "MOVE ON" quickie.

Once these are all over, there will be lots of people to nail and skin --- "I'm back therefore I know you've been a snake. Pack your bags, you're FIRED!" Of course another lawsuit for her from some of them persistent foxes who just won't give up.<chuckles> Lots of experiences to learn from all these for Martha as such discovering who were her true friends in times of needs and troubles. Who were the arrogant leeches, critical snails, self-serving clowns and gurus who have very little accomplishments perhaps none at all to even be judgmental of Martha as if they are spotless foolish hyenas.

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