There’s Something Wrong with Everybody

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There’s Something Wrong with Everybody
Written by Mark Edgemon

Hollywood reporter Jeanne Cravens knew how to dish the dirt on any celebrity without a moments notice. Gossip was her stock and trade. Hidden deep inside of her was the satisfaction of ill speaking of people, just as long as it didn’t come back on her in a negative way. In other words, she could dish it out, but she couldn’t take it.

Tragic circumstances in famous people’s lives were just another opportunity for a breaking story. She kept her eyes on the Internet for new and interesting stories, whether they had any basis in Truth or not.

How many character assassinations does it take to lose one’s own moral value? Was there an exact number? Yes there was, but it differs with each person. In her case, God was keeping score and it was one more.

Oh she would live many more decades, she just wouldn’t have a conscience anymore and if one doesn’t have a conscience, they will not ask forgiveness for their misdeeds. The unrepentant are forever lost.

Was it worth it, no it wasn’t! But you couldn’t tell her that. She was in the middle of her next story.

Copyright © 2008 Mark Edgemon

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