strn.it/igofza pic.twitter.com/Ivy7Fd Jf RX I get way too attached too stuff, I see value in everything, whether its sentimental value, monetary value or possibly useful in future value, BUT I HATE HAVING SO MUCH STUFF!I've gotten way better over the years, but anyway, I'm on verge of throwing out the glove @Perez Hilton I'm pulling for the Eagles see why on periscope..someone has link I'll post it @cwotd's wife and kid.I forgot to mention Eagles and Steelers used to be a merged team, The Steegles twitter.com/bronk/status/9…It wasn’t the first time Allred went after a famous man for caddishness.In 1997, she filed a lawsuit on behalf of model Kelly Fisher for breach of contract against her onetime fiancé, international playboy Dodi Fayed, for betraying her with Princess Diana. Fayed needs to take responsibility for the woman that he ‘left at the altar’ and treated with such total disrespect,” said Allred at one of her famous press conferences.“I think it’s deeply ingrained in her that women need a voice, and one of the times women need a voice the most is when they’ve suffered personally,” she told me.
(At the time, of course, he was cheating on his wife with James.) “She’s a victim because he broke her heart,” Allred told the .In Los Angeles, Allred helped eradicate the barbaric practice of forcing female prisoners to give birth in chains.She’s battled anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers posing as health clinics, and she’s represented a prostitute whose rape accusations were dismissed because of her profession.“She is a real lawyer, who generally does very good work for her clients.” But the fact that Allred isn’t taken seriously is partly her fault. Her hunger for media attention, even when it doesn’t seem to help her clients, appears almost pathological.It’s true that powerful women in the public eye are often castigated as gluttons for attention. Beyond that, Allred’s cases, especially those involving jilted lovers of famous men, increasingly represent the depressing terminus of a vision of feminism based solely on victimization, one in which every wronged woman deserves a legal remedy.