Sunday, November 29, 2009

WA refuses to pay for interview

It is the policy of the Woodstock Advocate to refuse to pay for interviews, and I hereby give notice to Tareq and Michaele Salahi and their representatives that it will do no good to approach me regarding interviews.

In fact, the Woodstock Advocate questions the use of the word "socialites", as The Washington Post described you. Don't true socialites usually shun publicity and have enough money to meet their obligations, so they do not try to milk a system like the D.C. party circuit?

Now, on the other hand, if you wish to inquire about space on the Woodstock Advocate for furtherance of your publicity stunt, you may directly your inquiries to

Please allow the usual seven-day period for a response.

1 comment:

The Madd Bulldog said...

A six-pack is all it'll cost ya to interview TMB. Why dontcha tap into your burgeoning campaign fund and set me up wouldja?