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6-02-2009 @ 1:08PM
And the Google cache. The cache I found, though, shows it as a YouTube video. It may have been linked elsewhere earlier. I still agree with you - the timing is very, very, VERY coincidental. I actually addressed both of your points in a comment I posted on Sarah's blog earlier today, which has yet to appear. Now, mind, it's *her* blog, and she totally has the right to approve my comment or not -- so maybe she just doesn't want to post what I wrote, or hasn't gotten to it, or 100,000 other reasons. :) She has a day job, after all.But I did ask her if she wasn't bothered by all of this -- at least a tiny bit?!! -- especially since Ferraro is apparently someone she's friended (on Myspace, Facebook, etc.) from way back. I mean, if someone from my friends list pulled this -- and has been doing it for years! -- it sure as hell would bother me... I'd be locking things down left and right.And I also asked her how Ferraro would have gotten the original, unedited video to begin with (I hadn't realized it was on YouTube). But why would she post something unfinished to YouTube to start with? On the one hand, I really want to believe that Sarah got thefted and is making a true attempt to distance herself. Maybe her seeming unconcern is simply bravado -- we have no way to know. We also have no way to know if she's taken other measures to protect herself -- why would she discuss that publically? On the other hand, the timing of the video posts and that same unconcern just doesn't ring true to me. "It's OK that you used my face and parts of my life for your own gain -- just keep blogging, babeh," seems a little *too* calm.
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