Posted on January 27, 2010
scroll down a bit… heheheheheh….
January 27, 2010
Without Jennie the Huffingtonpost would suck.
couldn’t find a link, had to do a search on Huff Post, finally found today’s post.
Sweet!! Front page- big news! Congrats on the headlines and sticking in the fight- to score one for the little guy. It must feel amazing! As always, the writing is on point. Loved your use of metaphor.
I am very happy for you, Jennie. It took me a while to find your post though because I’m not very familiar with the site and didn’t realize that I had to click on the LA tab. 🙂
I couldn’t find it on the front page, but perhaps they re-did it after the State of the Union speech to accommodate all the blurbs reacting to the speech. I did find the article inside.
Good for you! You found a creative way to fight back. It might even help pressure them into moving a little faster to resolve the case. Even if they don’t, taking the action is empowerment for you. Make sure to send your local branch’s management a copy, and maybe one of your blog posts with stats on how many people read it.
(I posted about old lady talk, and the virtues of invisibility lately.)
Nice article, I look forward to your future compositions. And as far as going to war with the bank. “Cry havoc! and let loose the dogs of war, that this foul deed shall smell above the earth with carrion men, groaning for burial.”- William Shakespeare Julius Caesar Act III, Scene I
Have a glorious day.
Nice article, I look forward to your future compositions. And as far as the going to war with the bank. Cry havoc! and let loose the dogs of war, that this foul deed shall smell above the earth with carrion men, groaning for burial.- William Shakespeare Julius Caesar Act III, Scene I
Have a glorious day
January 28, 2010
Good for you and best of luck but I do have to say I notice alot of disporportion here. People here commend when you leave the critical comments as well as the praise. It’s not commendable it’s reality, if you had nobody speak critically than you would be surrounded by what they call yes men and would never grow!!! I knew alot of girls like you in high school about 15 years ago. They slept around alot consumed everybody else’s drugs, stole, lied and had more guy friends than girlfriends. They would say things like that’s tight yo! That’s pimp, party like a rockstar, and they would constantly flash the rock and roll devil horns. I don’t know what this phenomenon is called when the tomboyish girl, cusses up a storm, bases her entire life on the lyrics of a Too $hort album and makes life for everyone around her a living hell. All these girls are now married and praise family life as the only true way. They do not acknowledge thier past and the people they swayed into a life of debauchery. They moved onto more profitable pastures and changed shades just like a chameleon. They now update thier lives daily on facebook boasting about perfect children, husband, important friends, status, expensive vehicles and they even catalogue what they eat for dinner every night. They brag how special thier love is all the while force feeding those around them with Saved By the Bell morality and Full House ethics when we all know who they truly are.
What strikes me as odd is not the change of lifestyle which didn’t just happen overnight or with the onset of maturity (as these girls were still living this lifestyle well into their mid 20’s) but the facade of a strong independent woman. I have witnessed that no matter how far women have come with reclaiming thier own sexuality and skewing the gender roles men and women have played since the beginning of time, women will still take the life raft while the ship is sinking. No matter how far women have come in the work place and in social groups they still have the need to find comfort in a defined gender role as well as needing a man to take care of them.
January 29, 2010
Dude, this is clearly YOUR issue, not Jennie’s. What you are talking about is not the behavior of these women but your reaction to what you interpret their behavior to be. You seem frustrated that they don’t behave in some manner you envision they should, which I suspect has more to do with their interest (or lack of interest) in you. I can’t imagine what woman wouldn’t want such a caring, understanding guy.
Go get em Jennie!!!!
I don’t see it 😦 …that is upsetting.
I just read your blog posting and enjoyed it.
My accounts have been with a Credit Union since I graduated high school and I have never had problems where there was fraud and they denied a claim because of some BS reason.
When I went to college, my Dad and I opened up a checking account at the local CU and never had problems.
I could go on and on, but it’s nothing you couldn’t look up yourself. Good luck to you.
I assume you meant this? Haha, I think the President bumped you off of page 1, chief.
And by the by, I really liked the Tiger Woods editorial you posted.
Nice article, I look forward to your future compositions. And as far as going to war with the bank. “Cry ‘havoc!’ and let loose the dogs of war, that this foul deed shall smell above the earth with carrion men, groaning for burial. William Shakespeare Julius Caesar, act 3, sc. 1
I’m sorry I sent the same comment three times. I didn’t see the, “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”, note until after the last one.
I have enjoyed reading your Huffington Post articles. Thank you.
I missed what you are referring to. Darn!
h ..a female admirer from h/s
You are the star Jennie, not Penny!!
Awesome!! I’ve been needing my daily dose of Jennie and didn’t realize I’ve been missing the Huff Po posts. I love your words JKet! (Something tells me that nickname might not take off… oh well. ^-^)
Hey Jennie, the other day you spoke of supporting other women with similar pasts, I was wondering what your thoughts are of the Pink Cross?
For me I recognize how they doing a good thing. The Jesus thing is well… what it is. But in any case when I hear them speak, I still find Shelly Lubben and all the girls she was helped exit the biz really inspiring.
So Again, feelings, thoughts, reactions?
At least you get the satisfaction of ratting out the punks at Chase. My local CU employees remember me by name even if I have not been personally inside in two months. Would it not be cool to have the person at the counter say how are you today Jennie? My other credit union actually contacts me by phone if they think my credit card might have been used in a possibly fraudulent way. I bought parts for my Ducati from a company in Italy and was called the next day to make sure I was the person who did it.
Keep your head up and fight the good fight.
Bummer. You got bumped off the front page because of some sorta speech or something. 😉
Well, it is commonly said that out of manure comes some of the best and healthiest plants. I suppose you’re going through the gauntlet right now. Stay strong and your personality will really become golden.
January 30, 2010
Isn’t the Huffington Post just a pinko commie rag?
I’m kidding…a little. In truth it’s a good counter balance to the fascist rantings of Fox News.
February 1, 2010
Saw the post .Congratulations , your the only person I know off who has gone from being oogled as a porn star to now offering insightful comments on banking practices for an upscale audience of readers .
You have a good ability to describe daily life including here the sleaziness we can be hit with .
There is much to you beyond your stunning looks …………….you do have much to offer.
May 22, 2011
The above was my first ever post, and with it my life was forever altered. You have changed my life. YOU not my wife, not my family, you have changed my life in a marked way. Until I found your blog and got up the courage to send that first post, I had never done anything like that before. Back then you were inviting people to follow you, your friends, and family on twitter, so I did. It was fun seeing the people you called friends and how yall interact. You brought me to twitter, it has been a different sort of experience for me, meeting people from all over the world that I wouldn’t ever have the courage to talk to any other way. I started with mostly quotes, and then I created another account and have put myself and how I feel on that account. I now have around 600 followers, I know compared to some it is nothing, yet to me it is amazing. 600 people that choose me, for one reason or another, very cool. In a way you also brought me to FaceBook, and am talking to friends and family that I haven’t seen in years. You have changed my life not all at once but slowly over the last year and some months. Thank you for that. I hope you have a very happy week dear lady. I enjoy your words and the worlds they open.
“No matter who you are or where you’ve been or where you think you’re going, it’s never too late to change.” ~Jennifer E. Ketcham
Have a glorious day.
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