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Ilsa Luna

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  1. Things I learned about Chakra Con from her site... 0. She goes by Kait. 1. Everyone that guessed zero clients is maybe incorrect as she claimed to have picked up two new clients before her move to LA was complete a few months ago. 2. In a post about those essential oils she’s rubbing everywhere and on everyone, the link to her sales site is dead, but the first search showed it’s an MLM. Ick. Also, I’m sensing she now has a closet overflowing with box sets. 2.5. More than one blog post indicates what’s being shared there (and what she’s selling) is either based on, or a direct quote from that book, The Secret. The entirety of the internet is available and she’s familiar with one book. 3. Buy in on the five or twelve month plan and she’ll give you her personal digits and some other crap. It’s emergencies only on the five month plan, so go big for the beck & call anytime life coach experience. Bonus: Thinking of hiring Kait? Even if you aren’t, get a free 30 minute discovery phone call because you can.
  2. While Chakra Con looks like Nicole Richie, her personality is all Allison Dubois. Otherwise, I’m still wondering what went on with her and Fas during the first week. The furtive whispering and him questioning why she was suddenly impersonating the cat trying to squeeze out of his Pepe le Pewish grasp those first 36ish hours after the cameras went live piqued my curiosity.
  3. Katrina Radke - Levu: Heroes - Eliminated Week 1

    It did look like she could unhinge her jaws and who knows how long it'd been since her last feeding, so maybe it was about self-preservation. Whether crazy talk or crazy scary, we've been deprived of seeing something awesome.
  4. Katrina Radke - Levu: Heroes - Eliminated Week 1

    Based on the other crazy shown, I'm kinda bummed we didn't see what she let out to warrant a unanimous boot.
  5. Alan Ball - Levu: Heroes - Eliminated Week 4

    Since he and his directionally-challenged eyes brought the insanity a mere two days in, did the others begin sleeping in shifts after confirmation of the strip-search got around? I worked with pro football players for years and his type of crazy would've had everyone giving side-eye within the first few days of training camp. Word gets around; everyone, from the organization to agents to coaches and other teams, would know of the crazy within 24hrs everytime it makes an appearance. They'd find a way to work the crazy to be beneficial on the field.
  6. Katrina Radke - Levu: Heroes - Eliminated Week 1

    I totally spaced reading through these (the day they were posted) until I got to this chick. Her special brand of egotistical crazy brought it all back. It'll be interesting watching her try to use the same skill-set that's allowed her to parlay one fifth place finish in the 1988 summer games into a "career" as an "Olympian" until she and her forehead get the boot.
  7. Josh Martinez - Tears R Us - Winner

    It was last weekend-ish when his family tweeted that they'd evacuated, everyone was safe, and they thanked all who'd been concerned about them.
  8. General House Analysis and Discussion

    So, the dude with the spoilers has posted that Paul noms Kevin and Josh for eviction and then Paul wins veto. If these are correct (they've been correct all season) Paul's in an interesting spot that'll definitely leave blood on his hands.
  9. Julie Chen - Some like it bot

    Oh FFS. I'd have failed Home Ec if I'd turned in that top as my "finished" project. PSA - Back in the day, Home Economics was an 8th grade class in which students learned the fundamentals of cooking, sewing, and other useful subjects via hands-on experience and instruction.
  10. Just chiming in to second the rumours; the person that's been leaking (correctly) to reddit all season dropped the eviction/HOH info last night shortly after they took place. I'm still team tiny pocket dictator and find his mental stamina amazing given he's played non-stop since walking in the door. I saw a clip last night from week 1 where he was outlining his plans during one of his first camera chats and he's done what he said he would, including using dog-training methods on the others (remember when Cody called him out on that?). The season might've been very different had Cody treated the "team" like a team (and not been a flaming anti-social robot right out of the gate) talking with everyone instead of expecting them to fall in line because the ranking officer said to. Their intentions were the same but how they executed getting the others to follow along couldn't have been more different. The decision to spend the emotional capital needed to get to the end was only worth it to one of them. Paul's earned the win if he gets there.
  11. Julie Chen - Some like it bot

    The stylist must've doubled-down on last week's furry-cuffed abomination since tonight's perfectly adorable red dress / faux-snake, strappy stiletto combo was clearly the just in case outfit Julie brought from home.
  12. I literally (not figurative literally, but literally literally) lol'd at the clown-faced grifter and her sense of entitlement. The faux-sniveling of "he knows how much this game means to me" in the DR after Jason left her on the block was glorious in its awfulness. She's a walking/talking shit-show and the "inverted spine" makes it all make sense somehow.
  13. Julie Chen - Some like it bot

    Clearly, the intent of the top is to distract everyone (even if it's only temporarily) from the pocket dictator's successful mass-hypnosis of everyone that isn't him in the house. Those things could be lampshades or maybe she went on a rogue dusting spree on the set today.
  14. If only she'd bust out a few verses of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane when she looks like that.