Brava Dina, Brava

8 06 2010

Very well done Dina! She handled herself very well during this confrontation with Danielle. Or as Danielle would refer to it, the “ambush”. While Dina was planning to speak with Danielle alone, and let her know woman-to-woman how she felt about their relationship or lack there of, Danielle was calling up her goons. Did she really need to call Danny, telling him how she’s nervous that they are trying to ambush her and to sit in the parking lot in case she needs help. What the hell is Danny gonna do to Dina??? Wack her?

I am so tired of seeing this dude, Danny, on the show! He looks like he stepped out of a 1980’s time machine and I really am not impressed by his loud mouth and disrespectful antics. Both him and Danielle need to SAT DOWN (yes, “sat”). In Danielle’s delusions, someone is always sitting at home with the lights off and curtains pulled closed, rubbing their hands together and plotting a devious scheme to rid New Jersey of her once and for all. Please get a life!

When they were finally face to face, Dina expressed to Danielle exactly how she felt (maturely and respectfully). She doesn’t have any beef with Danielle nor does she want to continue the mud slinging and the charades. Dina made it very clear that this was between her and Danielle, and didn’t involve anyone else. So what does Danielle do from the very beginning of the convo? She starts commenting on the Manzos’ and Ashley…. getting loud and offensive. All the while, Dina remained calm and still held her own. She showed her level of class and maturity and I commend her for that because I would love for Danielle to get beat down with a stiletto. Hehehehe, just kidding (but not really). Danielle’s messy behind actually ended up proving Dina’s point! That act right there was the reason why she didn’t want anything to do with her in the first place! Way to go Danielle, somebody show the scarecrow to the City of Oz. Smh!

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Danielle Staub Takes Over Alice’s Wonderland

1 06 2010

After watching last night’s episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, I’m wondering if Danielle Staub’s tell-all biography she’s written is actually a tall-tale. (AKA: a work of fictional BS) It is clear that she lives in a beautiful dream land where rabbits carry watches, caterpillars spend the day smoking, kooky characters throw tea parties in the middle of the forest, purple cats with giant grins disappear into thin air…..and there she sits on her throne as the Red Queen.

Danielle flipped an event that was meant to help a sick child into a delusional showdown. She hyped herself and her “entourage” up with a false belief that the Manzo family was out to get her and would somehow sabotage her on this night. Let’s break it down, shall we:

Delusion #1: When she walked through the doors of The Brownstone she was filled with a sense of empowerment because she knew they didn’t want her there and were angry that she was in their “home”.
Reality #1: None of them cared! LOL They all felt that she was a guest at the event and she would be treated like all the others. 100% business.

Delusion #2: Caroline’s son was setting Danielle up and let her know that they were going to make her evening a living hell out of spite for her.
Reality #2: He stated that they were “in for a surprise” because they dressed up like they were going to a ball and it was a casual affair.

Delusion #3: The Manzo family purposefully screwed up the seating arrangements so that Danielle would have nowhere to sit and would realize that she was not welcome there.
Reality #3: The reason why the seating for Danielle’s entourage was not adequate was because those people basically “crashed” the party! How would they have somewhere to sit when no one knew they were even coming?? The staff at The Brownstone put out extra tables but The Red Queen was already on a rampage.

(Time Out: Who brings a crazy ex-con on probation to a fundraiser for “protection” from people who aren’t even thinking about her?!)

There is definitely an ulterior motive for Danielle’s actions, ALWAYS. In her mind, it was already made up that something was gonna go down. She just had to fuel the fire to get it going. Any little thing she could find to misconstrue what was actually going on, she attempted. Then, when the fire was in affect, she could point the finger and fall into her victim “woe is me” act.

“We don’t believe you, you need more people.” – Jay Z