Originally posted by CEOIIILying about having a miscarriage = you're a person with issues.
Beating the unholy shit out of a lardass cockmonger for using an international tragedy to get ratings for his halfass radio show = you're a person.
The problem here is, you and I agree that one is worse than the other, we're just disagreeing on which one.
"Beating the unholy shit out of" a person isn't the only way to respond to the situation. Bubba may be a troll, but that doesn't mean Kharma's response doesn't indicate anger management issues.
As Chris said, taken with a broader perspective, it's pretty easy to see why the Bubba incident may be seen as evidence of an unfavorable personality trait in Kharma. But maybe if she throws around "lardass" and "cockmonger" (what does that even mean?) that will convince them she doesn't have anger management issues.
Originally posted by TheBucsFan"cockmonger" (what does that even mean?)
SheHE is a monger of cock. I agree that there seems to be something more than a little off about her. The whole idea of lying about the miscarriage shows that she is unstable at best, crazy at worst. And c'mon CEOIII, violence and bullying are never acceptable. Be A STAR.
Originally posted by Stefonics I agree that there seems to be something more than a little off about her. The whole idea of lying about the miscarriage shows that she is unstable at best, crazy at worst. And c'mon CEOIII, violence and bullying are never acceptable. Be A STAR.
Maybe she's post-traumatic. From the miscarriage. Which would be pretty up there in terms of mindfuck traumatising.
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Originally posted by StaggerLeeI don't know why everybody thinks lying about a miscarriage is a horrible thing. She's under no obligation to reveal the health status of her child to her employer.
My ex and I had five miscarriages between kids, its a deeply personal thing and something so private and heartbreaking that she should be allowed to grieve and deal with it on her terms.
I agree with you. But the issue was that she lied about it in such a way that it makes her out to be the girl in the corner, grinning and cackling to herself, stroking a troll doll and calling it her baby. I imagine that it is an intensely private thing and unbelievably horrible to deal with. However, when asked about the progress of her pregnancy (or whatever they asked her), it would have been right to say that she had a miscarriage and then request time off to deal with the trauma. As callous as WWE is, I doubt they would have denied her request.
It's unclear to me what anyone might have said to whom about the tragic outcome of that pregnancy. It's not even clear if it was a miscarriage, stillbirth, or what. So it's a little much to start imputing that the mother is cracked because she didn't make an immediate announcement to satisfy the world's curiosity. We really don't know what happened, and as various posters have already said, it's not our business to know.
As for keeping your boss informed, I've got some experience there. I once got quizzed about a (very early) miscarriage in front of other employees by a spectacularly clueless department manager. Shortly before I lost the pregnancy, I had asked to take the day off while they sprayed the building for bugs, and he insisted on knowing why before he'd authorize it. If I had it to do over again, I'd lie through my teeth.
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