Yes Casey -- get it out there, you don't want to scare off any eligible bachelors. And your deceased daughter won't have to worry that you've gained weight.
The babble selfishly continues: " I've never been a party girl, or much of a drinker, and have had only had a handful of beers...and have never did any drugs, except for a little bit of marijuana in my early 20's".
Ummm .... well Casey, count your birthdays. Your daughter disappeared when you were in your early 20's. That's when you were smoking the "little bit of pot." And smoking pot may tend to put you in the " party girl" category, don't you think? And dancing with a stripper pole in a mini skirt and bra while your baby was missing, could also shove you into the party girl category as well.
Beyond senseless babble: " I don't give a s**t about money. I may have in the past, but I was a stupid kid. I'm 26 now, and I've been through hell".
You've been through hell? What about your two year old toddler in the cemetery? And if you don't give a crap about money, then why are you demanding 1.5 million dollars just for an interview? And why are you considering a book deal?
" My life totally changed a year ago, but I'm dealing with it".
Need I say it? Your life changed -- but not as much as Caylee's life did. As a matter of fact, her life is gone. Perhaps you forgot to think about that, what with the book deals and interviews on your mind, and those insensitive people saying you gained weight.
But let's not be quick to judge you by your narcissist behavior, and your lack of compassion for your murdered child. Let's move on to your pompous unremorseful lawyer, who gloats in fame and luxury.
Why don't we examine some of his classic observations. When asked if Casey was lying, attorney J. Mason stated that: "Anything is possible, but if she's lying she's probably the best...."
Well that pretty much sums it up. She could be a very good liar, so let's move on. There's money to be made!
Oh, I almost forgot. Mr. Mason also added this remarkable statement: "It might take her a while to be accepted in the mainstream again, but she would probably like to be a mother again".
All I can think of to respond to that remark is just shoot me now, and get it over with. I seriously don't think I can take it anymore.
For those of you who are reading this, and have not yet vomited, here's some more of Mr. Mason's pathetic contributions to nausea: