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Posted on 09/25/2005 7:46:17 PM PDT by Kitten Festival
Meet Lylah Alphonse. She is the "LA" who keeps blasting me on this blog. She used to work with me at the Boston Globe. She was a copy editor at the time, and the only solid thing I really remember about her is that she made her own coffee in a cute little desktop pot. ... I should say that Lylah eventually got a book published. It is called "Triumph Over Discrimination: The Life Story of Farhang Mehr." I haven't read it all the way through, mostly because I fell asleep after page...nine. The writing is passive, weak, bland, mind-numbingly dull. The book wasn't even TRULY published, because it was in effect underwritten by her religion, which is Zoroastrianism. To buy it, you order it from Lylah's house. The subject of the book is also of her religion, and while he's an interesting guy, it's pretty clear the book is mostly a form of ethno-religious cheerleading for Lylah, and somewhat anti-Islamic. The Zoroastrians are not famed for tolerance, and the conservative faction forbids marriage to non-Zoroastrians and instructs women on their periods to avoid contact with men, because the women are seen as unclean. Nice. The Zoroastrians also believe the universe can be neatly broken down into good and evil - just like our President Retard. They think the end is coming, and that the world will be covered with molten rock; the righteous will wade through it like water, while the EVIL SCUM (like me, I suppose) will go straight to...God, I forget where now. Jersey? I think that's it. Or maybe it was Bernalillo. No, wait, I remember! New Orleans. That's where we're goin'.
(Excerpt) Read more at alisavaldesrodriguez.blogspot.com ...
Actually based on Valdes-Rodriguez's "review", I think I might have to buy that book.
She's good people.
If all she remembers is the cute little coffee pot, how come she remembers the love affair, the Zoroastrianism, the published book, the marriage, and all that other stuff? Does this writer think about what she's saying? I wonder why she leaves out the fact that the woman she's attacking is part-Haitian? Why leave out that she's part black? I guess she doesn't want to look like a ku klux klansman for attacking black people, so she leaves that detail out.
My God, this is one of the most hateful pieces of trash I have ever had the misfortune of reading. I read some of her previous articles while on the link and I am just sick to my stomach to think there are people like her out there. Scary stuff. Hate monger is too benign a word for her.
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