Thursday, February 23, 2006


Ok so why are we still interested in this missing gal in Aruba. What is it, is it that it happened on a sultry tropical island, white "all American" gal from the good ole South. Young, steamy, kids on break, no real chaperones. Oh whatever the deal everyone laps up this story and can't get enough of this messy story. Is she is a good girl, bad girl, drunk girl or dumb girl. Whatever the case may be, all I want to know is why oh why is this young fool - Joran giving and interview to 20/20, they way he sounds; guilty and raunchy I think he would've been better off keeping his dumb mouth shut. Saying that he wants to tell the "real story" it seems like a jauntily put together bunch of lies. What he needs to do is lay low and shut the hell up, here he is on national - and possibly international TV yapping about the madness that him and this young jaunty gal get up to. The entire story seems shifty and weird and I do believe that its only a matter of time before they get the goods on this nitwit. Arriving in NY to shoot this "interview" he was served by the Holloway/Twitty family, but hey that didn't phase the golden boy. One minute he says he dropped her off, next he left her on the beach, which is it dummy. Some people - especially the guilty ones never seem to know when to shut up, they can't shut up they've just got to talk; tell their side of the strange story, which never seems to make sense anyway.
Now the fabulous Chris Cuomo is getting all the hot sexy details from Joran about hands in pants and him not having a condom and - Jesus, do we need to really hear this, does her mother, who no doubt is listening!!? Dead men tell no tales do they; so go Joran, do your thing. Natalie is wasted at the club but yet not drunk but falling asleep and asking about sharks and - what hey, he left a young lady on the beach alone. He says he left her on the beach, yeah, he wanted to go home so hey, just leave the gal out there alone, and who says chivalry is dead. Well Joran, shine on golden boy with the good connections, the sand is sliding out the hour glass as we speak.


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