Paul Wilson: Weak in Review 11/22/13 — Manson, Zimmerman, Glazer, Postal Carrier & You?

2013-11-20_2242What’s More Weak; Zimmerman with a GF or Manson Getting Married?

Yes, these freak jobs convicts have pen pals, girlfriends and offers of matrimony, as you well know. This one’s still hard to believe. Manson’s crazed stalker/lover/fiancée, known only as “Star,” is trapped in her prison of love. So much so, she’s moved to Corcoran, CA to be closer to her man who has a small condo there in a gate community with some of the tightest security around.

“I’ll tell you straight up, Charlie and I are going to get married,” the alledged fiancée told Rolling Stone. “I take it very seriously. Charlie is my husband. Charlie told me to tell you this.” Reportedly, Manson gets  visits with her every weekend. Star told the Rolling Stone she’s 25 and this forbidden love began when she was 19.

Manson, however, in the same article, told his version; “That’s a bunch of garbage. That’s trash. We’re just playing that for public consumption.”

Chris Rock said our goal as fathers is to keep our daughters off the pole. This may need to be added to the list.

Zimmerman ArrestedSpeaking of George Zimmerman

Samantha Scheibe, Zimmerman’s latest conquest, is now coming clean with local station WKMG as well as TMZ.

As her story evolves, she’s now stating Zimmerman had been depressed, lashing out and she feared for her life. She went on to say the relationship started downhill soon after they began dating.


Shocking, I’m sure.

Apparently the couple were an item years ago but rekindled their love shortly after Zimmerman’s current wife, Shellie, filed for divorce.

Here’s the money quote: While fearing for her life, she stayed with Zimmerman because she was pregnant with his child. But sources close to the story told TMZ that Scheibe faked her pregnancy to stay in the relationship and, further, framed him for the attack reported this week.

Like I said earlier, this guy is doomed; he’s bat shit crazy and the only females he’ll attract are going to have to be equally bat shit crazy.

Future Mrs. Manson, meet Mrs. Zimmerman; you two may have some free time on your hands and need a friend who “gets” you.

Janie RingOur Own Little Media Star; Janie is Now Engaged

My friend Janie was on the receiving end of more press than Craig Glazer has gotten in a life time and she didn’t even try!

You’ve all seen the news over the weekend unless you were living in Tony’s mom’s basement. Her intended fiancée, Rusty, was cruising Craigslist when he came across a girl who wanted to trade pre-owned wedding rings from a cast off husband for 4 tickets to the upcoming Chiefs/Broncos game in KC.

If you Google the story today you’ll find 250,000 hits; news stories from around the world ranging from Mike and Mike, Imus, UK Daily Mail, Huff Po – she’s famous!

Janie, I wish you the best and congrats!

Douche Bag of the Week – Independence Postmaster Roland Tidmore

24003855_BG1As some of you know, I grew up in Carthage, Mo. One of my friends from High School days is Susan Navarro. In 1977, Susan was hit by a drunk driver and has been in a wheelchair as a result, ever since.

Her life lead her to KC where she bought a home with an odd shaped lot. Like her mail box was on her back gate, not her front door. That was all fine when her son lived with her, he simply got the mail for her, but he’s long gone. And Susan, a fiercely independent chick, has fought for years to get her mailing address changed to the front of her house, like most people.

“I just requested that they move my mailbox so I could reach it,” she said. “In rain and snow, I can’t get to it.”

Tidmore worked with the City, who very promptly changed her address from Lynn to Main, but that wasn’t good enough for her mailman who preferred to do whatever he could to make Susan’s life a little more difficult.

Susan went on to say, “He told me that the city didn’t tell him what to do, that he chose where (my) mailbox went and that they pay the carriers by the minute and if it doesn’t agree for them then they weren’t going to do it.”

Tidmore has a mail bag, a jeep and all the power.

He’s the Sherriff in town; he don’t need no stinkin’ city to tell him what to do!

Besides, what does “paying the carriers by the minute” have to do with her issue, you ass?

Tidmore went on to say “a satisfactory location was needed to be found that met her needs as well as that of the Postal Service.” in order “to keep the carrier gainfully employed without adding an overburden on his route.”

So, Mr. Tidmore, moving the mailbox of a person in a wheel chair from her back gate to her front door could cost the carrier his job? He’s not walking down the street of her neighbors, dropping off mail at their front doors?

The mail box finally got moved and Tidmore did apologize.

“It was a bad situation for this young lady and I admit it and I apologize for it, but again we have to look at it on a case-by-case basis.”

Here’s what I’m looking for, Mr. Tidmore, I know Susan, she’s a great person who has maneuvered through life with grace and dignity. I’m hoping you get to enjoy an intimate embrace with a pit bull along your little route.

You’re a disgrace, apology or not.

anthony-hopkinsHow Can You Tell if You’re a Psychopath?

It could have something to do with where you work. The leading occupations where you’re most likely to have psychopathic behavior? CEO, lawyer, media, sales, surgeon, journalist, police officer, clergy person, chef, civil servant, comedy club owner. (OK, I made that last one up.

Least likely? Care aide, nurse, therapist, craftsperson, stylist, nonprofit worker, teacher, creative artist, doctor and accountant.

That’s it for the week from your well-coiffed Scribe; have a great weekend.
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18 Responses to Paul Wilson: Weak in Review 11/22/13 — Manson, Zimmerman, Glazer, Postal Carrier & You?

  1. Janie says:

    Ahhhh Paul D. Wilson, what can I say other than I am touched and impressed with the restraint you have shown in drawing a hard line between friendship and “news” I say “news” because it’s the SILLIEST 15 MINUTES OF FAME on earth!

    I promise NEXT time I make international news you will get the exclusive but this time you traded the “story” in favor of laughing with me, listening to me, and being happy for me. Hugs!

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Thanks, Agent 99; you’re one of my all time favs, but you already knew that. Drinks on me next time.

    • the dude says:

      I don’t get the hubbub about someone bartering goods for tickets.

      • paulwilsonkc says:

        Dude, I’m right there with you, but it’s a result of the “reality show” world we live in. People are more likely to recite headlines from TMZ rather than current events.
        I avoided the story and I had the angle no one else did; THE GIRL! The Rachel chic was anonymous, Rusty Jones was discussed, but no one had a clue who the intended girl was! I talked to her about it at length, but out of respect for our friendship, didn’t write it. I sent a tweet that said the intended recipient was a close friend and my phone blew up with media wanting her number, which needless to say, I refused.
        But back to your question of why; I don’t know why but it got equal positive and negative comments.
        It’s not “barter,” that’s been around before there was money. It’s not that it belonged to someone else at one point. Estate jewelry has been around forever. My wife’s ring is an incredible estate piece because that’s her taste.
        All said, I think most people just have an interest in “reality” based stories. Whatever the reason, there are 251,000 hits on Google about it!

        • dreamwriter326 says:

          The ring story was a quirky angle in the run-up to the Denver game, an opportunity to add to the dialogue that centered on the improbable undefeated start of the formerly downtrodden Chiefs. Had Janie been seeking a trade for tickets to see a 6-3 KC team play. 5-4 Bronco team, the national folks wouldnt have reported on it and thus forcing the locals to follow suit.

          Her insistence upon remaining anonymous added to the coverage dilemma, I’m sure.

          That said, congrats on making the swap and GO CHIEFS!

  2. Susan Navarro says:

    Paul, thank you for bringing my ordeal to light. In all the years I’ve been in the chair, I have never been talked to with more contempt and sarcasm due to my disability. I hope people who have friends and family elderly or disabled make sure they can get to their mail without jeopardizing their welfare. Independence Postal Service told me that their hardship form means nothing! Had I not had help from higher powers, I doubt my mailbox would have been moved without even more if a fight. All I can say is that although I pray it never happen, if Mr Tidmore or his loved ones find themselves in my position one day, I pray them treated with more respect then I was shown.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Well, Susan, all I can say is, if this was about me…..I would have said a lot more about him than you did! The guy should lose his job; he’s a disgrace to civil servants everywhere. Thanks for commenting and hope to see you soon.

  3. steve sweet says:

    Ive known Susans family for alot of years,used to run around with one of her brothers.These are good people,susan is an awesome person,would do anything she could for someone,she loves animals and has raised alot of em.This jerkoff postmaster needs his ass handed to him.Speaking just for myself I would love to see him have to even try to make it a couple of days in a chair,Id bet a dollar to a donut he couldnt make it for a whole day.Susan hasnt asked for any special treatment just a little understanding and to move a dam mailbox..This just truly irrates the living hell out of me.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Steve, maybe we should go explain our point of view in more detail; you know, just to make sure he understands.
      He owes her a real apology, not a “save my butt” apology.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      You know, if he wasn’t Postmaster, the next job he’s qualified for would involve the phrase; “would you like that small, medium or large, ma’am?”

      • bubba says:

        No, his next job would probably be in the same place but he would start out mopping the floor. He probably be think he was fit for better and say “I was a Postmaster”. The response would be “oh, I guess we will need to get the 19 y/o shift supervisor show how it is done”.

        This just proves that small tyrants can be the cruelest.

        Another aside from this story is that it is a result of a DUI from 1977. Hearne had a DUI and so did I. Probably the most common crime committed by people who otherwise wouldn’t commit a crime. I read these stories now and I don’t care if is only one or two drinks I don’t drive after drinking nor will I get in a car with somebody who has been drinking and I will always pay for a cab if all of group has been drinking. I couldn’t live with myself if I had a hand in what happened to Susan. Hope people also get that out of this story

        • paulwilsonkc says:

          Well said, Bubba and thanks for the comments. I’ve known Susan, well, I guess, most my life! Funny, two news stories in one piece where I know them personally. Susan and Janie, not George and Charlie!

  4. Orphan of the Road says:

    Postmasters tend to be political toadies, put in place as a favor. The mail is delivered in a very timely manner in spite of their best efforts to send the USPS to the trash heap.

    Manson got punked by Dennis Wilson who flat-out stole one of Manson’s songs for the Beach Boys. For a guy who was rumored to make snuff films with Scientologists he picked up hitch-hicking on the Pacific Coast highway, he let that diss pass.

    If you are sent into a near-shock state with Zimmerman attracting a hottie, I suggest you never look at the young trim who attach themselves to the 1%ers.

  5. CG says:

    So you friend is a rock star now, why am I the example? Hah. Uh, I kind think I’ve had a shade more national attention over the last 30 years, but we will leave it at that. Is she your ex girlfriend? I did hear the talk on the story on Mike and Mike.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Wow, I’m so disappointed; it took 30+ hours for you to read that! Just messin with you, Craig. You’re always talking about how much you’re in the media; Janie scored 250K hits in three days; gotta give her accidental PR props!

    • bubba says:

      Whoosh and another one goes right over the highly done up CD hair dodo.

  6. Kerouac says:

    Another ‘Star’ is not born… the septuagenarian and the sexpot. Nod chips off an old cell block, no future progeny Charlie’s, California’s ‘immaculate contraception’ – no conjugal visits allowed lifers – playing the dual role mythical saltpeter & chastity belt, Corcoran.

    Just a couple a kids in love…

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