Yeah you're right Minorityreport. But one more indulgence on the sad side. We tend to think these girls got it made, but it's not all peaches and cream.
This one kind of hurts, cause I remember her and she was a very beautiful babe.Tiffany Sloan, Miss October 1992- Suicide by drug od.
If that's not gut wrentching or disturbing enough for you, then just read this poem she wrote right before she died.She Won.....
How could you dare?
I thought you cared?
I thought I knew you better,
well now that doesn't matter..
Your freaking insane,
you brough back SO much pain.
I loved you and I did everything for you. But what did you do?
I ran back to you more than once.
But now it's over and i'm done. She finally won.......
Tiffany Marie Sloan
Copyright ©2008 Tiffany Marie Sloan
More about the Tiffany Sloan suicide here. http://riesen2bs-blog-o-rama.blogspot.c ... ymate.html
Now I do gotta say, as sad and as much as a terrible waste as it is, it is kind of disturbing and manipultive. Obviously she was hurt by someone and wanted to get back at them and hurt them by killing herself. It's just such a shame she didn't have more self esteem and couldn't see that her life might be worth more than that.
Yes Tiffany, you finally won. But was it really worth it?
One more comment on the Tiffany Sloan suicide. If nothing else it's a powerful lesson to us guys on how we need to always show some attention, affection, and appreciation to our women. Just read this comment I copied off anther forum and I think you'll understand. I think it could make us all better men.
"I remember the last time I saw her, 5-6 years ago. That Christmas hubby and some friends and I decided to get out of the city to my favorite secret spot for the holidays, Mt. Charleston. There is a great restaurant/bar at the top of the mountain that had a huge fire pit and served wonderful coffee drinks. Tiffany was there, alone, on Christmas Eve 40 minutes from Las Vegas playing video poker in a corner. Sad.
Not that anyone gives a shit, but I wanted to post because I can't help but wonder what happened to her."