Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Beth Pisses Off her Brain(s)



Does your brain ever get mad at you?  Like, when you don't follow its instructions or value all the professional thinking it does for free?

The peril of not obeying your brain is that will "only lead to grief".  Who wants grief?

Nobody.

That is why when your brain does stuff for you, you ought to thank it, give it a hug, and listen to it. Your brain has feelings.  It needs to be stroked, admired, worshiped, for its slavish dedication to fulfilling your every whim.  Does it bring you a pillow to sit on?  Does it write your "own stuff" for you?   Do you pay it for its friendship?  If the answers are YES-YES-NO then you are blessed with a loyal and subservient brain, perhaps sycophantic, maybe one that secretly plots against you.

And if your brain hops on the Cammarano bandwagon when you're a big election-loser (a distant third, for example) you know the saying: "if you love your brain, set it free. If it comes back to you, it was always yours."   

So people, if you take GA's advice, you and your brain will have a long and happy relationship. If you don't, it may go on strike.  Then what will you do?

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13 comments:

  1. This is absolutely hilarious. I look forward to these daily email reveals. Thanks!

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  2. If this is the way campaign volunteer Hoboken couple Lane and Kim spent their time, I'd hate to know what a political operative has to do.

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  3. I am shocked that Richard G. Mason used his RGMason@wlrk.com at Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz work email account for his wife's campaign business.

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  4. Beth looks more pathetic with every email. What job is she even qualified to do?

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    1. delivering deliverables

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    2. A cast member on Real Housewives of New Jersey ?

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  5. Interestingly, at the end of the day Mason sent out neither letter, deciding to endorse nobody saying she didn't want to "politicize" the election.

    Its not hard to figure out what happened. Lane wanted the whole "Mason Team" to sign on and endorse KF to show that they were, indeed Mason's team, not Russos. Lane correctly believed that having Mason act alone would just raise the question "what about her team - this just proves they are really Russos."

    The trouble was, of course, that the Russos wouldn't agree to let the "team" do that and it was their call because, as Mike Russo famously told Solomon Dwek on tape, they were in fact Russos team not Mason's, something Lane genuinely seems not to understand.

    Ultimately, it seems like the geniuses controlling Mason's brain decided that this was a can of worms they could not open so they punted.

    Oh what a tangled web we weave..... That pretty much summarizes everything these guys did.

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  6. She writes her own stuff? LMAO

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  7. Mason Minion CrisisMarch 18, 2015 at 12:26 PM

    This is actually quite enjoyable. When Lane privately admits no one is buying the The Mason Team is really her team, that's a lovely bit of truth. So Michael Russo wasn't lying to FBI informant Solomon Dwek about picking Beth Mason's council slate after all. Thanks for confirming that Lane!

    Too bad about Lane and Kimmy doing all that political operative work only to suffer with others mucking it up. Too bad as in, a LMAO on the floor moment. Thank you Lane and of course, thanks to the underwirter of all this insanity, Beth!

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  8. Lane's whining sounds exactly like that of every junior account executive who has ever been assigned to do the first draft of client or new business work: you take a crack at it, your bosses rewrite it, the higher up never say thank you and the work might never even actually make it to the client in the end. Junior account execs initially feel undervalued and unloved because they don't understand it's the nature of business and all of their supervisors and bosses suffered the same indignities when they were starting out. Then the junior exec grows up and takes it in stride,

    It's surprising that Lane exhibits this level of immaturity and lack of understanding of the real world at his age.

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    1. Lane is thinking of suing the real world. He's going to add allegations that thanks to the real world, his wife has become quite unappealing and no one can stand either of them.

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  9. When Bajardi whines to Mason about how they get paid to write but are doing do so for free in this instance, what is he referring to? Who pays any of these clowns other than Mason to write?

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    1. i imagine he's referring to his and kim's professional experience, them getting paid by bloomberg and whoever, not their political work.

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