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Brendan O’Hare says it was a constant battle to get Amy to produce anything. “She always sort of held herself up on some podium, high above everyone else but never did,” he says. Meanwhile, Brendan says that she would constantly flirt with other men although the whole time he knew her, she was married. “With such a prolific history of messing families up and sexual encounters that Amy engaged in,” he feels it is disgusting that she is now making the false claims she is making.
Yogi Berra said it, “If you can do it, it ain’t boasting.” And it was the opposite for Amy. She would, she was always sort of held herself up on some podium, high above everyone else but never did. I tried to think what did she accomplished when I was around and I can’t think of anything that she was responsible for, singlehandedly or even part of a small group of people that actually got something done.
It was just a combat—me trying constantly to get something produced by her. To get something that she was supposed to exchange and it never happened and it was just a frustrating, demoralizing attempt for me to get something. And like I said, it was either arrogance, looking down her nose at me or some, maybe some cute line. You know. About how cute I was or something which was not what I was after. That’s, that’s not, I wanted her to produce what she was supposed to produce and that was all.
So if somebody says something, especially with such a prolific history of messing families up and sexual encounters and everything that Amy engaged in, to then claim that we or the Church does that—it’s disgusting.