Monday, September 24, 2007

So, where are you Heidi Diaz/Kimmer?

I've been on a slow boil for the past 2 months mulling over this whole Kimkins, Kimmer, Heidi Diaz scam.

After sending countless e-mails to the news media, governmental depts., etc. my slow boil is turning into a rolling boil. You'd think by now the story would have broken about this sociopathic/psychotic woman who has seduced, and continues to seduce, women and men desperate to lose weight, like a spider slowly pulling her catch into her mandibles.

So where are you Heidi/Kimmer? Basking in the sun in some exotic place with your ill-gotten millions, fanning yourself and drinking a tall Vodka tonic while your minions are running around putting out the fires at home? What I want to believe is that you're stuck in your apartment, with a broken air conditioner, afraid to show your mug to the outside world. But I fear you've long fled.

Justice is a funny thing. You might not get yours now but, honey, it's coming. And better late than never.

There's an old Scottish proverb that comes to mind:

"They speak of my drinking but never think of my thirst."



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HoneyBee said...

Hi Medusa-
I am like you in my fear that Miss Heidikin has moved on to plan B.
Yep, her and the captain have set sail....Captain Morgan that is BTW.

We all joke about some of the unwise moves and statements Kimmer has made in the past. But I have no doubt that this woman is clever in her deception.
Keep up the blogging :)
Oh and can you verify that you have my blog link as
I was on technorati and your link to me wasn't working. I may be wrong but that is what appeared to be the problem. If you have any tips on using technorati or adding a widget drop me a line.

Laura M. Brinson said...

I'm not sure what that proverb has to do with what was going on with Kimmer at the time. Can you explain it to me please?

Medusa said...

"They speak of my drinking but never think of my thirst."

I was using the proverb as an analogy.

What I was doing at the time to bring Heidi to justice was with the larger goal in mind of putting her behind bars (i.e.

"They speak of my actions but never think of my goal."