Poor Tonya--Not Any More

Poor Tonya--Not Any More

Post by <jbla.. » Sat, 26 Feb 1994 20:32:31


I know I've been posting more than my share to this newsgroup lately, but
I just had to point out an item from today's Nancy/Tonya update:  Harding
has apparently sold her story to Inside Edition for $600,000.  So those of
you who have been trying to suggest that Nancy got a windfall from Tonya's
hitman's attack, and that this somehow makes the attack okay, notice that
Tonya hasn't done so poorly, either.  And now that she's wealthy (by my
standards, at least), can she still be an underdog?  Shouldn't you all
start attacking her for being rich, like you've been doing to Kerrigan?

j.b.
john blaser

Somewhere near Chicago, Illinois, USA

 
 
 

Poor Tonya--Not Any More

Post by (Bob Cross » Sun, 27 Feb 1994 02:59:40

Quote:

>I know I've been posting more than my share to this newsgroup lately, but
>I just had to point out an item from today's Nancy/Tonya update:  Harding
>has apparently sold her story to Inside Edition for $600,000.  So those of
>you who have been trying to suggest that Nancy got a windfall from Tonya's
>hitman's attack, and that this somehow makes the attack okay, notice that
>Tonya hasn't done so poorly, either.  And now that she's wealthy (by my
>standards, at least), can she still be an underdog?  Shouldn't you all
>start attacking her for being rich, like you've been doing to Kerrigan?

>j.b.
>john blaser

>Somewhere near Chicago, Illinois, USA

The $600,000 goes to Ms. Kerrigan under Oregon law if Ms. Harding is
convicted in the criminal case.  Oh those lucky journalists!  The can
still beat this dead horse after the games have ended!  Maybe I'll start
reading the encyclopedia and wait for all this to blow over.

Bob Cross

 
 
 

Poor Tonya--Not Any More

Post by M. Mika » Sun, 27 Feb 1994 03:28:36


|> >I know I've been posting more than my share to this newsgroup lately, but
|> >I just had to point out an item from today's Nancy/Tonya update:  Harding
|> >has apparently sold her story to Inside Edition for $600,000.  So those of
|> >you who have been trying to suggest that Nancy got a windfall from Tonya's
|> >hitman's attack, and that this somehow makes the attack okay, notice that
|> >Tonya hasn't done so poorly, either.  And now that she's wealthy (by my
|> >standards, at least), can she still be an underdog?  Shouldn't you all
|> >start attacking her for being rich, like you've been doing to Kerrigan?
|> >
|> >j.b.
|> >john blaser

|> >Somewhere near Chicago, Illinois, USA
|>
|> The $600,000 goes to Ms. Kerrigan under Oregon law if Ms. Harding is
|> convicted in the criminal case.  Oh those lucky journalists!  The can
|> still beat this dead horse after the games have ended!  Maybe I'll start
|> reading the encyclopedia and wait for all this to blow over.
|>
|> Bob Cross
|>
|>

At least reading an encyclopedia is not as boring as watching CBS coverage of
Olympics and you probably know the games results before CBS shows them by
reading an encyclopedia.