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Second Annual "Bitch, What Were You Thinking?" Awards

I'm giving a local a shout-out this time! 

JODI ARIAS a.k.a. Casey Anthony for People That Go To Church. 

Should I be concerned people are googling her voice? Why is that necessary? Do people jack off to this crap? God, do I want to know...

Okay, what bothers me about this girl is her insistence she's innocent. I mean please just fess up and say you did this. Self-defense does not involve multiple stab wounds, slitting a throat, sexually provocative photos in a shower...dear God Jodi! 

I mean it sounds like they had a weird, weird, WEIRD relationship. This woman changes her story more often than I vacuum. And that's a true statement; you can ask my pig-children.

Please don't buy her artwork, by the way. She can deal with the sloth spam they serve in prison. 

And the weird part is she seems like a virginal librarian. I wish I could stop reading this tabloid junk in my spare time. DAMMIT AMERICA I'M JUST LIKE YOU

In Conclusion:  Some People Believe Wearing Underwear With Someone Else's Name On It Is Grounds For MURDERRRRRRR. Don't do it!

Do you think if I sold my crayon drawings of Woody Allen on eBay people would buy them? If Jodi comes off as "innocent" I have a chance! 

i read about it every day and want to chop her into tiny pieces with an axe. - Alyssa


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