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What a lucky girl! I too made mistakes in my youth by dating someone I really should have steered clear of but he 'won' me over due to my circumstances at the time which really clouded my judgement and although I took what seemed like the 'easy' route at that time I have paid dearly for that mistake dealing with the emotional trauma and being ostracized by my (not immediate luckily as they were there to help me) family for that choice. It still haunts me to this day in so many ways as I am embarassed about that choice and period of my my life. I am older now and feel fortunate I am still here (he is not). It is so easy to judge people sometimes but things are much too complex at times to really understand and requires enormous compassion to forgive (and possibly even understand) mistakes. Still, it is good to know that the truth always comes out in time...we all eventually learn this.
She bares an uncanny resemblance to Nicole but don't judge her.
There was something to their relationship for 13 years. She has
to get on with her life the best way she knows how. If writing
a book is it then let her do it. All will be waiting with bated
breath. Who cares anyway. It's all over now. Live and let live. Good Luck, Christie. Mt. Vernon, Virginia.
she deserved everything she was asking for--19 so what she knew his backround///
What do we know about Goldman? The media deliberately hides Goldman's past because the zionist media is controlled by Jews who protect and cheerlead for Jews.
I'm not hearing anything in her words that prove that she knows anything about the crime. She's pretending to know something, it seems. Staying for the money is different than not being able to leave. Her argument is highly suspect. She doesn't seem to have much to say or add to what's known about the crime.
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