Friday, February 24

Rich people fighting is funny.

The Donald vs. Martha. I've never liked either of them frankly, but this feud between them is very entertaining. The Donald seems to me to be full of himself and has very gaudy taste in home design.

Martha? I've watched her show on TLC a few times and cringe at how rude and dismissive she is of her celebrity guests. Talk about "full of themselves"...she is the absolute caricature of a self-involved person. I won't get into the ImClone stock thing because the whole thing bored me to tears and therefore I don't know enough about it. But she annoys me to no end.


So when the two of them come to blows? Pop some popcorn and enjoy!

Here's the letter Donald wrote to Her Royal Martha-ness:
Dear Martha: It's about time you started taking responsibility for your failed version of The Apprentice. Your performance was terrible in that the show lacked mood, temperament and just about everything else a show needs for success. I knew it would fail as soon as I first saw it — and your low ratings bore me out.

Between your daughter, with her one word statements, your letter writing and, most importantly, your totally unconvincing demeanor, it never had a chance — much as your daytime show is not exactly setting records.

Despite this, I did nothing but positively promote you. Your only response to your failed show was that, "I thought that I was supposed to fire Donald Trump?" You knew this was not true — NBC would never fire me when The Apprentice was, for a good period of time, the #1 show on television and my recent finale, where I hired Randal, was the #2 show for the week, easily beating the competing finale of Amazing Race and others. Even Mark Burnett said, "Thank God that didn't happen" when asked about firing Donald Trump.

Essentially, you made this firing up just as you made up your sell order of ImClone. The only difference is — that was more obvious. Putting your show on the air was a mistake for everybody — especially NBC. In any event, my great loyalty to you has gone totally unappreciated.

Sincerely, Donald J. Trump.

p.s. Be careful or I will do a syndicated daytime show, perhaps called The Boardroom, and further destroy the meager ratings you already have!


Martha then went on her daughter's Sirius radio program and had a few (very un-classy) things of her own to say:
"He sent the letter to the press before he sent it to me," groused Martha, appearing on daughter , "Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer."

"A normal businessman doesn't really behave this way," Alexis concurred.

"Donald is not a normal businessman," said Martha, speaking from her office. "Remember Donald was born with a silver spoon in his mouth."

"Or up his a-," sniped Alexis.

"He's a spoiled brat," agreed Martha.


Money don't buy you class, ya'll!!

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