Getting lost will help you find yourself.
Case in point is Sienna Miller and Jude Law. She's FURIOUS at that nanny he cheated with and yet she took him back (temporarily at least anyhow before dumping him). She said in an article somewhere that that nanny had better watch out 'cause if she (Sienna) ever runs into her, there's going to be trouble. (I wouldn't be too frightened of Sienna--she weighs all of what? 100 pounds?) ... And yet she says she and Jude will be friends forever. Huh? HE CHEATED ON YOU WITH HIS KIDS' NANNY!!! duh...
Kristi definitely is a little tramp if all this came down the way it seems it did. But Lloyd is the pig for doing this to his pregnant wife. I think.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I won't presume to judge a relationship to which I am not privvy to the details of.
I have a friend who, at the start of his relationship with his wife a number of years ago, stated that he didn't want children, and she heartily agreed. Well, a few years passed and her mind changed, but his didn't. There ensued a lengthy period of nagging, threatening and blackmailing ("I'll get someone else to give me a baby if you won't") and because he loves her, he caved. Now if he had left her while she was pregnant he would have looked like a cad to the world at large, but to those of us who know him, he would have been coming to his senses. He is now the unhappy father of what will probably grow to be an unhappy child. Nobody wins except the stupid woman who got her kid and kept her man.
Anyway, this tale illustrates to me exactly why you shouldn't judge something you don't know all the details of. With respect to the Kristy Swanson e-mail forwarding, if that's true then she is just as nasty as she has always appeared to be in interviews.
All I wanted was a 45, a stinking 45 - the record or the gun. I'd even settle for the damn malt liquor. - Al Bundy.
Kristy has always come off totally unappealing to me. I think immediately of how (when she thought she and Lloyd had been eliminated) she said very snarkily "I have nothing to say" to Summer Sanders, until she realized that they were actually safe. She just comes off as a royal bee-yotch.
I KNEW that something had to be going on with those two! The week before last, (When they wore those leather costumes, etc.) Lloyd was placing his hand so familiarly on her hip area during the judging and they were all over each other during the scoring. This week, it was even more so! They were holding hands (even doing the finger-hand hold at times, if you know what I mean) and I thought they were going to start making out on the couch when they were in the 'safe' room! I just 'knew' something had to be going on. It's a shame that it comes at the expense of two young children
I didn't get back into this until I saw more reports. I realized that even though I thought the FSUniverse source was legit, it was still just rumors; I should have waited.
But there's nothing wrong with calling a spade a spade, or a cheater a cheater. People mistakenly believe it's being judgmental to call someone on destructive behavior. How many times have you heard the refrain, "Judge not lest ye be judged?" That particular verse, however, refers to judging hypocritically. Like if you're secretly addicted to internet porn, think long and hard before you tell a guy he shouldn't be cheating on his wife. It has nothing to do with throwing all standards and discernment to the wind.
Since I don't know all that happened, my feeling is that two very young children have become victims of some very self-centered adults. What a shame.
If truth is relative, how do you know?
You know what's funny (ironic) about this scandal is that I could swear I had read in reputable ice skating sources that Lloyd Eisler was one of the male skaters who was openly gay!
So much for "inside sources."
I think the timing of this big "scandal" is really strange. It all happened several months ago (the wife deserting part, at least). Why is it suddenly big news now?
Seeking form amidst the void.
But if that's not possible, gimme a Margarita...shaken, not stirred...and hold the salt, please.