|I feel I should quote from Godfather III|
I feel I should quote from Godfather III
Nov. 17th, 2010 @ 01:15 pm
|Date:||November 18th, 2010 11:18 pm (UTC)|| |
The thing that is pretty clear is that the woman is a narcissist ... clinically. She has a truth that lives outside of normal understanding, is completely defined by her and which she relentlessly goes back to. Indeed she probably doesn't think she is lying and even when the "truth" is in print in front of her she reads something very different and believes that we are all wrong and only she has a clear understanding. It was her downfall, but she won't learn anything from that and she will never truly apologize.
|Date:||November 18th, 2010 11:50 pm (UTC)|| |
There's a thesis on Judith Griggs just waiting to be written by some sociology or psych student.
|Date:||November 19th, 2010 01:12 am (UTC)|| |
Someone found two previous (non-internet) incidents in the press where Ms. Griggs caused frustration and was considered unfair. Sorry I don't have those links here. But I share your appraisal that she's a narcissist, and they can be among the internet's most amusing/astonishing sources of lulz.
Yes, Judith apparently used to be a town planner in MA, and there are two articles online detailing the frustrations developers and others had in working with her. Some of the quotes from her seemed reminiscent of the things she said to Monica; i.e., "It's not my fault; I'm just dealing with a bunch of meanies."
I wasn't sure if she was the same Judith Gruggs, so I asked someone who lives in MA (and who had been following the Crooks Source story too), and he said the town in question is so small that odds are it doesn't have two loonies both named Judith Griggs.
|Date:||November 20th, 2010 12:17 am (UTC)|| |
Are these the articles in question?
LANCASTER -- Conservation Agent Judith Griggs called Conservation Commissioner Mark Melican "a son of a bitch," and then stormed out of a tense meeting Thursday night about a long-delayed development.
Ms. Griggs got involved in projects without first checking to see if she was covering ground already dealt with, Mr. Richard said.
"There was a lot of conversation going on that no one was really privy to except herself," he said, "and I think she was under the impression that she could do a lot more bargaining on behalf of the town than she can. She had all these things in the fire and nobody knew what was going on."
For the past two weeks, Ms. Griggs had failed to show up for work. Prior to that, she had reduced her work week to 27 hours, and last month accepted the job as conservation agent in Lancaster.
That bitch is crazy.
Nice research. Maybe it is the New England gloom making her crazy... but I like New England even in the dead of winter.
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