'Bachelorette' Ashley Hebert & J.P. Rosenbaum's Guide To Finding The Perfect NYC Love Nest!

Thu, August 4, 2011 5:14pm EST by 2 Comments

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Posted at 3:32 AM on August 5, 2011  

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Cathy

Posted at 1:22 AM on August 5, 2011  

I’m confused; after all, your site has a number of articles implying that they won’t last, that she slept with Ben, that he’s in love with an ex and will leave her brokenhearted, etc., etc., etc., and yet, now you’re asking someone to come on your site and give them real estate advice, when you act like they’re going to break up tomorrow? Why bother?

I guess it doesn’t matter to Bonnie Fuller that she could be hurting them just to sell advertising space, or that people might actually be stupid enough to believe some of your crap to the point where they go on JP’s Facebook page and call Ashley names, or post links regarding some of your stories on her Facebook page, too.

This website questions everything about these two, but what about the website’s motives? Not so pure, not so righteous after all, are they? All their so-called sources, and yet they can’t pick a story that you want to stick with, nor apologize if they got anything wrong. Bonnie Fuller will need to pick one before her next Today show appearance. After all, she can always blanket it with the argument of freedom of speech. That justifies all of it,isn’t that the argument? Besides, if they were to get divorced in the next twenty years or so, it’s perfectly fine to drop “I told you so” then. Great journalistic integrity you’ve got here.

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