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June 2, 2008 6 Comments
Courtney, had I known you were keeping Kurt’s ashes in a pink teddy bear bag, I would have considered it a duty to get them away from you … which feels like a terrible thing to say, because the twit doesn’t like to make light of anyone’s grief. But dammit, Courtney, a pink teddy bear bag?
Via The Guardian on June 2, 2008:
Love believes a former friend is responsible for swiping Kurt’s remains, which were stored in a pink bear-shaped handbag and hidden in a wardrobe at her Hollywood home.
She now claims to be suicidal as a result of the theft:
“I can’t believe anyone would take Kurt’s ashes from me.
I find it disgusting and right now I’m suicidal. If I don’t get them back I don’t know what I’ll do.”
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Although in an attempt to be more fair, it is true that as far as security precautions go, it is just about the last place one might think to look…
Former president Bill Clinton dropped a hint Monday that the end might be nigh for his wife Hillary’s dogged campaign for the Democratic White House nomination, according to reports.
“I want to say also that this may be the last day I’m ever involved in a campaign of this kind,” the former president told Clinton supporters in South Dakota, ABC and NBC reported on their news websites.
“I thought I was out of politics, till Hillary decided to run. But it has been one of the greatest honors of my life to go around and campaign for her for president,” he added at the start of his stump speech.
The Office of President Bill Clinton responded with fury Sunday to a Vanity Fair article that attacks the former president and suggests he is out of control personally and consumed by “cavernous narcissism.”
and reporters started trudging through the boring mass of fluff to find the tidbits of what we already knew:
More devastating is Purdum’s claim that about 18 months ago, a former Clinton aide tried an intervention with the former president because he was hearing so many complaints about inappropriate behavior.
According to the article, the aide believed “Clinton was apparently seeing a lot of women on the road.”
Today, the Clintons angrily continue to deny that Bill Clinton is an angry kind of guy:
The Clinton camp responded today to Vanity Fair’s long article on Bill with its own 2,476-word memo, which includes attacks on the magazine’s “penchant for libel,” on editor Graydon Carter, and on writer Todd Purdum and his wife, former Clinton aide Dee Dee Myers.