(In that article, she was identified as Julia Baugher; she later adopted Allison as her professional name.) It made headlines again two weeks ago, when the National Republican Senatorial Campaign issued a press release about "Ford's Fancy Fling." Allison responded with a post on her blog, filled with photos of her and Ford on a ski vacation.
The post caught the attention of conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh.
Thus, we have three different galleries of hipster degradation to thrill your loins.
First, there's the Robot Rock party at Movida to get you in the mood with generic costumery and tomfoolery (Nikola's full gallery here).
Hosted by Michael T and Theo (ex-Lunachicks) — they're in #10 with some zombie dude, and Theo is with Tricia Romano (as Madonna) in #09. My gallery is at and finally arriving at Nick's around 4am, to find only the most hardcore people remaining, and Julia Allison all condom'd out.
My gallery is at Have fun — I'll see you guys tomorrow at the shoot, n.
Julia Allison used to be Julia Baugher, a sex-dating-relationship columnist for the Georgetown paper Hoya.
Way back in December 2002, she wrote a listicle detailing holiday gifts for your lovah, and what those gifts secretly mean.
This past Saturday night, Gawker lensman Nikola Tamindzic worked like a slug in a salt mine to gather the best in Halloween party zoological photography."I was sort of annoyed that the New York Times didn't interview me," she says."I'm the only person who has been publicly linked to him, ever.We (Georgetown journalism students) were thrilled when she was suspended from the Hoya and given an F in our journalism course for plagiarizing one of her columns.Haaaate that she's screwed her way up here as well." A (further) trip down memory lane is in order.