If someone had bet me that I would mention the name of sensitive publicist, Jenny Miranda, again, I would have taken that bet. After all, she was a one-post wonder, and sufficiently butthurt that she was going to make magic happen so I could never again besmirch her reputation.
I informed you that you are in the Gorkana database as someone who receives pitches. I will call them myself and show them the blog you wrote and explain to them this is what can happen if you are not removed. I’d hate for another publicist to go through this.
I don’t plan on reaching out to you again. I’ll handle everything through Gorkana directly.
And had I taken that bet that I would never again hear from Jenny Miranda, I would have lost. And lost quickly. There it was, in my inbox, prominent, smirking at me, daring me, tempting me. Another pitch from Jenny Miranda, PR Executive Consultant.
Hope all is well. I wanted to see if you were interested in the below infographic (attached) and article featuring attorney Bruce Provda entitled “Domestic Violence in the U.S.: Facts and Myths.”
Domestic violence is a huge problem in America. 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime. The infographic breaks down the facts vs. myths about domestic violence in the United States. It also features along examples and the latest statistics state-by-state.
Are you interested in featuring the infographic and article below?
Thank you for your time,
PR Executive Consultant
Not only was I touched by her personalized approach, the informal “Hi” without a name following it, as would be the greeting between two dear, old friends, but she grabbed me by the collar and forced me to take notice with her “1 in 4 women” assertion, notwithstanding her dubious use of the singular “her” despite the plural, “women.” Who am I, after all, to question her word usage?
But Jenny, didn’t you tell me a mere a week earlier that you had no plan to reach out to me again? Did you tell me you, of your own initiative, would reach out to Gorkana, that vague place where only PR executive consultants dwell, and make sure my name would be excised so no other publicist would ever be forced to suffer my vicious, unprofessional meanness?
Jenny, did you lie to me? Why, Jenny, why didn’t you keep your word? Why did you reach out to me again? Why won’t you stop sending me your crappy pitches with your ignorant faux “articles”?
Much as my last post made Jenny sad, she had only herself to blame despite her best effort to blame me for noting her poor judgment. But this time, she has no excuse. And lest she be concerned about the time lost to my day from writing this post, it took only a couple of minutes. Regardless, Jenny, you’re worth it. And no, I am not interested in your infographic either.