Tom: Stassi Is Like a Fallen Dictator

Schwartz has had enough of Stassi's superior attitude. 

We get back from Miami feeling a bit bedraggled but given how little sleep we had, pretty damn good.

Kristen trying to organize some sort of ambush with Tom and this Miami chic. HUGE eyeroll.

Before I roast Stass, let me just say I don't enjoy talking sh--. It makes me feel dirty inside. Anyways, I hear Stassi say things like, "I'm done." Get over it and yourself. It's exhausting me to see her behave this way. She is seriously corny and is starting to seem like a parody of herself, minus the redeeming stuff. Dressing like she is 40 to try and project a more mature image, like a little girl who walks out of her mom's closet. Can I remind everyone who has been boasting about how she's grown and matured all season? Surely someone who has grown could quicky asses this situation and see that it's barely worth an argument and surely not worth jeopardizing a beautiful friendship. Surely someone who has "matured" so much would have perspective on this situation. Someone who has matured wouldn't be so rigid and judgmental in their thinking. So quick to judge everyone but herself.

I try and look at both sides objectively on this matter involving Katie's so-called "betrayal."  I could see how Stassi may be slightly hurt or feel a little betrayed, but her reaction is completely over the top and unwarranted. Nine out of 10 would agree. It really exemplifies just how immature Stassi can be. Her pea brain can't even fathom how Katie can hang out with "these people." I want to believe she knows her case is tenuous but is too damn stubborn to cave. Also, she has got it in her mind that cutting off all ties with us is imperative and integral to her well being. I think at one point she cries that Katie is "her last link to these people." That comment says so much about her, and it's not good.  She has to dehumanize Katie in the moment to subconsciously feel like less of a sh--ty person, referring to her as a "last tie," as opposed to a great friend, then refers to the rest of the group as "these people." By this logic she should sit her dog Zoey down (who originally was Jax's family dog) and explain to her that she has to give her up because she's her "last, last link" to Jax. Another example of her lame and completely unwarranted superiority complex. It was kind of sad to see her sit there and defend herself so stubbornly, like a fallen dictator who hopelessly still believes her own propaganda.

It's like Stass has always been a pain in the ass, but she always balanced it by maintaining some endearment. Well that has worn thin quicky in light of recent events and behavior, leaving her pretty unbearable. I always have been quick to defend Stass, but her stock has plummeted in my book, and that's saying something. I mean, I may just be one of the most forgiving, understanding guys out there. She knows how much Katie cares about her, and Katie made it perfectly clear why she went. A good person and true friend would be able to step outside of their shoes and really try and see the issue from the other person's POV. Katie wants to let go of these petty grudges and move forward. If anyone has grown in the matter, it's clearly Katie. Being able to let go and forgive are massive steps in maturing. Inability to forgive is a telltale sign of small-minded person. For Stass, in regards to issues involving the rest of us, it's always black and white. Her way or the highway (I'll gladly take the highway). That's not realistic, though. Life's gray. Lots of gray.

Anyways, who really gives a shite what I think. I have plenty of my own problems at the moment. There's some stuff weighing pretty heavily that I want to get off my chest.  

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