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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Fri Aug 30, 2013 1:51 am

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The power of ten!
LOL.  Read an article about cop radio codes that often included 10-n codes.  Supposedly various cop dept's had variations & with efforts to integrate communication with other cops & FDs they're moving to some bland new code.  Some of those CB fans used the over-powered sets:  sometimes I could hear loud talking on my FM clock radio.
If you're a civilian, you def don't want to be using the same codes as cops or old codes which cops etc know.

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Mon Mar 10, 2014 4:02 pm

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Wendi Deng vs jews.  This will get interesting.

Breathtaking allegations against Wendi Deng


Vanity Fair’s 12-page investigation into the life and times of Rupert Murdoch, 82, and his third wife Wendi Deng, 45, is finally out. It’s a rip-roaring read, with allegations veering from schoolgirl crushes to adultery to bullying behaviour towards staff and what Americans call ”elder abuse.” Never mind unbelievable bad taste. It’s a good old-fashioned hatchet job of the kind Murdoch usually rewards his own reporters richly for. He’s probably not so delighted when the subject is him and his upwardly mobile Chinese bride of 14 years, but hey ho, live by the sword, die by the sword.

I wonder what he thinks of his ex-wife now. They married in 1999 and divorced in November and thanks to a prudent pre-nuptial agreement, the settlement probably cost him less than the US$1.7 billion (HK13.2 billion) he forked out to Anna, his second wife of many decades and mother of Elisabeth, Lachlan and James. He and Deng have two much younger daughters. The Murdoch family fortune is reportedly about US$14 billion.
 
Cringe-making
Vanity Fair somehow dug out what purports to be a “memo to self” by Deng. In gushing girly prose and broken English, she sounds like a fixated teenager, infatuated with, believe it or not, a certain “Tony,” being former British prime minister Tony Blair.
 
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“Whatever why I’m so so missing Tony,” moons the note, allegedly penned by Deng in fractured English. How anyone could be attracted to Blair is indeed beyond belief. “Because he is so so charming and his clothes are so good. He has such good body and he has really really good legs Butt … And he is slim tall and good skin. Pierce blue eyes which I love. Love his eyes. Also I love his power on the stage … and what else and what else and what else…”
And what else indeed.
My memories of Blair’s “power on stage” are a bit different. He’s known in the business as a "sweater" and I never knew what that meant until I had the misfortune to stand underneath him in the orchestra pit at London’s BAFTA theatre with the other journalists, while he made a speech on stage above us.
After a few minutes it started: drip drip, and melted orange panstick makeup started to rain down on us. We were packed in too tightly to escape. By the end, I was liberally splattered with orange Labour party leader perspiration. Not nice. I only hope he stayed cool and calm for Deng.
 
Power monger
She likes a bit of power, does our Wendi, and her next object was Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt, according to Vanity Fair, with whom she was spotted last summer:
In the same missive to herself, Deng allegedly wrote something very Anglo-Saxon about what Eric did to Lisa, presumably meaning Eric Schmidt and Lisa Shields, vice president of media affairs at the Council on Foreign Relations, whom Schmidt allegedly dated. Deng’s self-delusion knows no bounds: “Lisa will never have my style, grace ... I achieved my purpose of Eric saw me looking so gorgeous and so fantastic and so young, so cool, so chic, so stylish, so funny and he cannot have me. I’m not ever feel sad ... about losing Eric ... Plus he is really really ugly. Unattractive ... and fat. Not stylish at all try to wear hip clothes .... I’m so so soo soooo happy I’m not with him.” I’m inclined to believe this because you couldn’t make it up. Looks like Eric had a narrow escape.
Vanity Fair credits unnamed sources for all this wonderful stuff but it must be stressed that there is no hard evidence to show that Blair and Deng actually had an affair.
The Vanity Fair piece is packed with entertaining details nevertheless. "She got careless," according to a source to the glossy.
Vanity Fair cites sources who charge that Murdoch took exception to his wife's fixation on Blair, godfather to Murdoch and Deng's daughter Grace, aged 12.
Blair denies all this, but the magazine says he would show up at the Murdoch Carmel ranch in California, and pad in St. James Place in London at odd times, when Murdoch was away. Deng apparently described these as “girls weekends,” but then Blair would show up. It’s well known that Blair’s nickname when a young barrister in London chambers was “Miranda” but to describe him as a girl is quite funny for someone as humour-free as Deng.
One toe-curling passage describes Blair and Deng feeding each other, to the embarrassment of Murdoch staff.
 
No comment
How much of this is true? Everyone declined to comment to Vanity Fair, which ran a joint statement from Murdoch and Deng saying, "Given the complicated dynamics of our family, we made the decision early on in this process not to engage in public allegations or respond to negative claims."
 
Elder abuse
Perhaps ironically, for the first time in his life, Murdoch comes out of this as an almost sympathetic character, as victim, even. In the full article, available via the Vanity Fair iOS app, we read of a “pattern” of Deng’s “verbal abuse” against her staff that included her 82-year-old husband and allegedly, even became physical: The location was apparently the Murdoch’s New York Fifth Avenue home. Deng reportedly got angry with Murdoch and gave him a shove, knocking him over onto the living room piano. He fell awkwardly onto the floor and could not get up, it seems. Not surprisingly, he was after all nearly 80. Murdoch, according to Vanity Fair, only confided this incident later, to a News Corps employee.
The followed another (also alleged) outburst at News Corp.’s London headquarters, where staff reportedly observed Deng screaming at her husband, “F**k you, Rupert! You’re stupid! What are you going to do when I’m gone?”
If this is true, maybe we should not be surprised. After all, Gawker reported in 2012, that the Murdochs’ ex-nanny, Ying-Shu Hsu, described a war-zone-like atmosphere chez Deng. She claimed her boss was apt to run off at the mouth at everyone: kids included. Hsu told Gawker that Deng “curse[d] Rupert all the time. A lot of F-words. She’s always yelling, crying.”
Lady Macbeth anyone? I’m surprised Deng never considered a movie career. It probably didn’t pay enough. But now she’s got the fame and the money, so maybe that’s next.

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Wed Mar 12, 2014 3:31 am

Murdoch and Deng .. just a couple of hellspawn. Birds of a feather thing..

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:10 pm

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Wendi Deng vs jews.  This will get interesting.

Breathtaking allegations against Wendi Deng


Vanity Fair’s 12-page investigation into the life and times of Rupert Murdoch, 82, and his third wife Wendi Deng, 45, is finally out. It’s a rip-roaring read, with allegations veering from schoolgirl crushes to adultery to bullying behaviour towards staff and what Americans call ”elder abuse.” Never mind unbelievable bad taste. It’s a good old-fashioned hatchet job of the kind Murdoch usually rewards his own reporters richly for. He’s probably not so delighted when the subject is him and his upwardly mobile Chinese bride of 14 years, but hey ho, live by the sword, die by the sword.

Poor old man.  Reminds me of my former dept head.  It turns out he wasn't a sexual predator after all, but just a victim of elder abuse.  It's a real thing.  They say it can manifest itself in many ways, and with Dr. Gliebman, it became sexual.  It wasn't his fault, and I apologized and got therapy.  Now I can proudly say I am a Former Abuser!

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:25 pm

I know Tai tai Deng.  She friend with my niece, Lian Chun Qiu.  She at my house, call me lǎo tóuzi!  But she chòu biǎozi, I tell her that.  Then my kuàxià wù hurt a lot.  She have big foot.

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Wed Mar 12, 2014 7:46 pm

Where you been Chin? Fetch me more tea Charlie Chan. Chop chop.
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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:02 pm

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Poor old man.  Reminds me of my former dept head.  It turns out he wasn't a sexual predator after all, but just a victim of elder abuse.  It's a real thing.  They say it can manifest itself in many ways, and with Dr. Gliebman, it became sexual.  It wasn't his fault, and I apologized and got therapy.  Now I can proudly say I am a Former Abuser!


I know where dr gliebman is coming from - I can't count how many mothers showed up at school after my  holocaust lectures, and called me a "Perverted Kike" - All I did was hug the tweens
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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Thu Mar 31, 2016 11:00 pm

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Wendi Deng vs jews.  This will get interesting.


Breathtaking allegations against Wendi Deng


Vanity Fair’s 12-page investigation into the life and times of Rupert Murdoch, 82, and his third wife Wendi Deng, 45, is finally out. It’s a rip-roaring read, with allegations veering from schoolgirl crushes to adultery to bullying behaviour towards staff and what Americans call ”elder abuse.” Never mind unbelievable bad taste. It’s a good old-fashioned hatchet job of the kind Murdoch usually rewards his own reporters richly for. He’s probably not so delighted when the subject is him and his upwardly mobile Chinese bride of 14 years, but hey ho, live by the sword, die by the sword.

I wonder what he thinks of his ex-wife now. They married in 1999 and divorced in November and thanks to a prudent pre-nuptial agreement, the settlement probably cost him less than the US$1.7 billion (HK13.2 billion) he forked out to Anna, his second wife of many decades and mother of Elisabeth, Lachlan and James. He and Deng have two much younger daughters. The Murdoch family fortune is reportedly about US$14 billion.
 
Cringe-making
Vanity Fair somehow dug out what purports to be a “memo to self” by Deng. In gushing girly prose and broken English, she sounds like a fixated teenager, infatuated with, believe it or not, a certain “Tony,” being former British prime minister Tony Blair.
 
Mills and Boon
“Whatever why I’m so so missing Tony,” moons the note, allegedly penned by Deng in fractured English. How anyone could be attracted to Blair is indeed beyond belief. “Because he is so so charming and his clothes are so good. He has such good body and he has really really good legs Butt … And he is slim tall and good skin. Pierce blue eyes which I love. Love his eyes. Also I love his power on the stage … and what else and what else and what else…”
And what else indeed.
My memories of Blair’s “power on stage” are a bit different. He’s known in the business as a "sweater" and I nevWendi Deng vs jews.  This will get interesting.er knew what that meant until I had the misfortune to stand underneath him in the orchestra pit at London’s BAFTA theatre with the other journalists, while he made a speech on stage above us.
After a few minutes it started: drip drip, and melted orange panstick makeup started to rain down on us. We were packed in too tightly to escape. By the end, I was liberally splattered with orange Labour party leader perspiration. Not nice. I only hope he stayed cool and calm for Deng.
 
Power monger
She likes a bit of power, does our Wendi, and her next object was Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt, according to Vanity Fair, with whom she was spotted last summer:
In the same missive to herself, Deng allegedly wrote something very Anglo-Saxon about what Eric did to Lisa, presumably meaning Eric Schmidt and Lisa Shields, vice president of media affairs at the Council on Foreign Relations, whom Schmidt allegedly dated. Deng’s self-delusion knows no bounds: “Lisa will never have my style, grace ... I achieved my purpose of Eric saw me looking so gorgeous and so fantastic and so young, so cool, so chic, so stylish, so funny and he cannot have me. I’m not ever feel sad ... about losing Eric ... Plus he is really really ugly. Unattractive ... and fat. Not stylish at all try to wear hip clothes .... I’m so so soo soooo happy I’m not with him.” I’m inclined to believe this because you couldn’t make it up. Looks like Eric had a narrow escape.
Vanity Fair credits unnamed sources for all this wonderful stuff but it must be stressed that there is no hard evidence to show that Blair and Deng actually had an affair.
The Vanity Fair piece is packed with entertaining details nevertheless. "She got careless," according to a source to the glossy.
Vanity Fair cites sources who charge that Murdoch took exception to his wife's fixation on Blair, godfather to Murdoch and Deng's daughter Grace, aged 12.
Blair denies all this, but the magazine says he would show up at the Murdoch Carmel ranch in California, and pad in St. James Place in London at odd times, when Murdoch was away. Deng apparently described these as “girls weekends,” but then Blair would show up. It’s well known that Blair’s nickname when a young barrister in London chambers was “Miranda” but to describe him as a girl is quite funny for someone as humour-free as Deng.
One toe-curling passage describes Blair and Deng feeding each other, to the embarrassment of Murdoch staff.
 
No comment
How much of this is true? Everyone declined to comment to Vanity Fair, which ran a joint statement from Murdoch and Deng saying, "Given the complicated dynamics of our family, we made the decision early on in this process not to engage in public allegations or respond to negative claims."
 
Elder abuse
Perhaps ironically, for the first time in his life, Murdoch comes out of this as an almost sympathetic character, as victim, even. In the full article, available via the Vanity Fair iOS app, we read of a “pattern” of Deng’s “verbal abuse” against her staff that included her 82-year-old husband and allegedly, even became physical: The location was apparently the Murdoch’s New York Fifth Avenue home. Deng reportedly got angry with Murdoch and gave him a shove, knocking him over onto the living room piano. He fell awkwardly onto the floor and could not get up, it seems. Not surprisingly, he was after all nearly 80. Murdoch, according to Vanity Fair, only confided this incident later, to a News Corps employee.
The followed another (also alleged) outburst at News Corp.’s London headquarters, where staff reportedly observed Deng screaming at her husband, “F**k you, Rupert! You’re stupid! What are you going to do when I’m gone?”
If this is true, maybe we should not be surprised. After all, Gawker reported in 2012, that the Murdochs’ ex-nanny, Ying-Shu Hsu, described a war-zone-like atmosphere chez Deng. She claimed her boss was apt to run off at the mouth at everyone: kids included. Hsu told Gawker that Deng “curse[d] Rupert all the time. A lot of F-words. She’s always yelling, crying.”
Lady Macbeth anyone? I’m surprised Deng never considered a movie career. It probably didn’t pay enough. But now she’s got the fame and the money, so maybe that’s next.

Vladimir Putin might be dating Rupert Murdoch’s ex-wife and we have lots of questions

Wendi Deng is reportedly in a "serious" relationship with the Russian autocrat. Please let this be true

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Wendi Deng, Vladimir Putin (Credit: Reuters/Fred Prouser/Alexei Druzhinin)
File this one under “things that really, really, really need to be true.”
“Rupert Murdoch’s Ex-Wife Wendi Deng Is Dating Vladimir Putin,” blared the headline in Us Weekly on Thursday.
Whaaaa?! Let’s let the venerable tabloid explain:
Quote :
The rumor circulating around the corridors of power — from Washington, D.C., to Europe and Asia — is that Vladimir Putin and Wendi Deng, Rupert Murdoch’s ex-wife, are dating.
Reports of the pair have been floating around for years, ever since their respective divorces in 2014 and 2013.
One insider close to the powerful leader tells Us Weekly the relationship is “serious.”
This is literally everything you could ever want in a gossip item—international intrigue, complex power games, revenge against Rupert Murdoch, insiders close to world leaders—so, for the sake of argument, let’s assume that it’s the real deal, even though it very, very easily could be fake. (But it’s definitely real.)
First of all, who in the world is this “insider” in Vladimir Putin’s inner circle dropping everything to gab about how tight Putin is getting with Rupert Murdoch’s ex-wife? Wouldn’t people be worrying about, like, being disappeared for such indiscretions?
Putin’s world is full of hangers-on and old buddies. Maybe the source was Arkady Rotenberg, his former judo partner who has, by sheer coincidence, become fabulously wealthy during Putin’s tenure. Maybe it’s Alexey Miller, who runs Russia’s state oil firm Gazprom. Or maybe it’s one of Putin’s daughters! Or maybe a butler at one of his dachas saw Putin and Deng together and said to himself, “I have to tell Us Weekly about this right away.” (While we’re on that: Supposing someone privy to all of this decided to spill the beans, what would compel them to go to Us Weekly of all places? Does the magazine have a major foothold in Russia? Does Putin love finding out about how stars are just like everyone else?)
Also, how did the source know things were serious? Has Vlad been going around gushing to his closest friends about how he’s never felt this way before? Did he get all choked up talking about how much Wendi Deng completes him?

Of course, we could be getting all of this wrong: maybe the “powerful leader” is actually Wendi Deng. After all, the phrase certainly suits her. This is a woman who moved from obscurity in China to the pinnacle of the global jet-set with dizzying speed. Deng is not to be underestimated.
Moreover, she definitely has a type. If you put Murdoch, Putin and Deng’s other rumored paramour, Tony Blair, in a room together—and, let’s face it, those three have almost certainly already been in a room together at some point during their lives—they would have a lot to talk about. Clearly, Deng prefers aging, power-mad megalomaniacs. Her standards would appear to be slipping, though. How sad is it that Rupert Murdoch is the best of that bunch? Blair and Putin have all of Murdoch’s deceitfulness, jingoism and corruption, but none of his entertainment portfolio. All three men are despicable tyrants, but at least Murdoch’s TV channel gave us “The Simpsons.”

Deng also has excellent timing. Murdoch just got married to Jerry Hall (talk about another completely surreal pairing). He’s currently on a blissful Twitter hiatus. What better moment to swipe his thunder, and with a man who’s even more powerful and deranged than he is?
One of two things will now happen: Either the rumors will be shot down, and we’ll all move on, or we’ll get a long-lens paparazzi shot of Deng and Putin holding hands in Red Square. Really, the best thing would be if there’s some sort of military exercise or parade and suddenly Wendi and Vlad are side-by-side on a balcony. Wait, is she going to move to Moscow now? What about her kids? Have they been hanging out with Vladimir Putin? Doesn’t he scare children? OK, I’ll stop before these questions consume me. This has to be true! It just has to!

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PostSubject: Re: Melinda and Xu Jun should introduce themselves   Sun Aug 14, 2016 2:47 pm

Pals Ivanka Trump and Wendi Deng Murdoch Go Sightseeing in Croatia

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08/14/2016 AT 01:15 PM EDT
Ivanka Trump is taking a break from the campaign trail to vacation with friends.

The daughter of GOP nominee Donald Trump shared a scenic snap with Wendi Deng Murdoch, the ex-wife of billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch, from Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Trump, 34, was spotted with husband Jared Kushner in the city's old town, seemingly taking a couple's vacation without their three children – Arabella, 5, Joseph, 2, and Theodore, 4 months.

Deng Murdoch was actually responsible for setting up Trump and Kushner.


"Everything she has is available to her friends, which, believe me, is not common," Trump told Vogue earlier this summer of her friend. "There's nothing that doesn't interest her, and she can hit five topics in a 35-second conversation. It's really a whirlwind with Wendi. I can't recall the last time I had a conversation with her that didn't conclude with her connecting me to four people who might become great friends or great business opportunities."

WATCH: Ivanka Trump Shares Sweet Snap of New Son Theodore James!




Trump donned a casual look for the day of sightseeing, pairing a white blouse with cut-outs that revealed a white bikini underneath with matching shorts. Both women wore funky sunglasses to complete their looks.

Trump's vacation comes less than a month after introducing her father at the Republican National Convention and the GOP presidential nominee teasing that his daughter would be the first woman he'd name to his cabinet.

"My role is daughter," Trump told Harper's Bazaar in the magazine's September issue. "I'm his daughter."

And really, the mom of three isn't all that interested in a political career, she told the magazine.

"I made the mistake of once saying, 'Never say never,' " she shared. "I do believe that in life there are so many things I'm doing today that I never thought I'd be doing, so I generally take that perspective. But I said that, and the headline was 'IVANKA MIGHT RUN FOR OFFICE,' so… But, no, it's not something I think I would ever do."

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