I seriously cannot find anything. I hate it. I hate it hate it.
So yeah anyways….
Basically we are at the part where Liz gets on my nerves. She knew what was up for and it took one drink and half a nice sentence and she was all oh it’s us against the world, me and my rapist serial killer dreamboat ❤ Trust me, we’ll come back to this later where you guys are gonna be like hmmmmm.
New year! Hey you guys, can I get mushy for a second and say how much I appreciate all of you. I really do. It’s been really fun posting this book and discussing it. I’m in a discussion with a group about the Avery case. I think about how easy Ted fit into the real world. He held a job. Mostly. He was social. He was likable. So I could see how most people need to see a real “monster” to believe someone could burn a woman’s body to smithereens.
Ugh I watched Nancy Grace for the first time since forever. I quit soon after Casey went free. Nancy went into a tailspin. I really feel like she taints fresh cases. Media spin is powerful. She does not use that with great responsibility. She’s still a drunk twatwaffle. But she had Jodi on, sort of. It looked to kind of be a short interview with Jodi? It wasn’t live. It wasn’t much new stuff. We knew Avery and Jodi had DV stuff going on. He threatened to kill his ex-wife in a letter to his kids so I wouldn’t be shocked if he told Jodi the same thing.
Fear not my fellow crime buffs, chapter 9 will go up this weekend!
In the meantime, I was replying to a comment and had a great idea for a discussion topic. Of all the police interviews, at the beginning and especially towards the end when he was close to execution, I don’t think anyone asked him about his years with Liz. We’ve heard him talk about murders, porn, being a serial killer. But what I wish we had were his deep dark thoughts on Liz. What was it about her that made him keep her around? What value did she bring to his life? In the book, Liz talks about how he had urges to kill her and Tina, even foiling his own attempt once.
I know a lot of people say she reminded him of Stephanie. But he relied on Liz for a lot. He willingly took her on trips, he spent time with Tina. And he trusted her enough to open up about his morbid sexual fantasies as well.
Wouldn’t you love to hear him talk for an hour on their relationship? From what you’ve read so far, what do you think he would say about her?
Alright y’all, give me what you got so far? How are you feeling? Discussion is happily encouraged.
Chapter one posting was successful. No fussing, no C&D or anything. Are you ready for chapter two? Again feel free to discuss in the comments. I’d love to hear some of your thoughts.
So honestly, I’m pretty blown away that people still read my blog. Or at least, my Bundy post. And tonight I saw one of my pictures and quotes on Pinterest. So that was really cool. It’s beyond time right? I’m not posting it all at once and I’m not emailing it to anyone. Let’s play by the rules of be a sport and don’t report. That way we can avoid being fussed at about posting it here.
Put your mittens on your kittens and away we go!
Chapter one is a wrap! How are these pictures looking? Are they easy to read or do I need to do something better? I would love to see some discussion from everyone who has really wanted to read the book. This may be really interesting.
Wolfram & Hart keeps me busy these days. I feel like it consumes my life but you have to work to live.
Work does have some perks. I’m in an area where I meet a lot of people. I ended up with the forensic computer files that belong to one Casey Anthony. If this were a book, this would be the part of the story where things got really interesting and good. But because it’s real life, honestly, those files didn’t say anything the general public didn’t already know. Casey doesn’t hide the fact that she wasn’t real thrilled playing the mommy role. She was young and she wanted to do what young people do. Not shocking. The quality of the files told me more about the prosecution. Some was unreadable, some was unorganized. For such a big case, I would have expected more. Then again, I’m not sure that I have the complete files in the first place. But what I did read, it wasn’t real earth shattering.
I think it’s time to call it. I don’t think we will ever know the entire story of Caylee’s last days. To each generation is born a mystery. From Etan Patz to JonBenet to Caylee.
I’m seriously considering putting the Ted book on here. I’ve had it for 8 years now and there doesn’t seem to be any plan to reprint it. What’s the worst that could happen? Some random lawyer fusses at me to take it down? It’s obvious that people really want to read it.