By Tammy "Sunny" Sytch
International recognized wrestling diva Tammy Lynn “Sunny” Sytch has written a tell-all autobiography that follows her into the hoop and at the highway, via her romantic relationships, family abuse, her conflict with melanoma, incarceration, getting sober and the discharge of her grownup movie with vibrant leisure.
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Either be a nobody, or everlastingly plagued. I must make a choice. I prefer to be plagued. I am stating it. I’ll be properly annoyed when I am taken at my word. I read novel upon novel, I stuff myself with them, inflate myself with them, I’m full up to my throat with them, in order that I may be disgusted with their commonplaces, their repetitions, their conventions, their systematic methods of procedure; and that I may do otherwise. THE JOURNAL OF JULES RENARD = 31 O CTOB E R In order to have an interesting head, he would carefully trim his hair every which way, with here and there a straight and protesting tuft to indicate the eccentricity of his thoughts and the boldness of his intentions.
JAN UARY You can be a poet and still wear your hair short. You can be a poet and pay your rent. Even though you are a poet, you can sleep with your wife. And a poet may even, at times, write proper French. THE JOURNAL OF JULES RENARD = 37 One should operate by dissociation, and not by association, of ideas. An association is almost always commonplace. Dissociation decomposes, and uncovers latent affinities. The bourgeois are the others. F E B RUARY This man of genius is an eagle stupid as a goose.
We do not wish to make money— We looked at each other. Who, here, would say that he wished to make money? No one. A happy situation. ” “No! Not with Baju. ” “Too bad! ” “Oh! entire clarity. Let’s not exaggerate. ” “Bring only the top of your baskets,” Vallette said. ” “Don’t knock Le Figaro. ” . . Unhappily, the question of monetary contributions came up. Vallette announced that he would put them down as they were called, but in pencil, so they could be erased at the first sign of regret. Renard, 30 francs; Dumur, 20; Vallette, 10; Raynaud, 10; Court, 5.
A Star Shattered: The Rise & Fall & Rise of Wrestling Diva by Tammy "Sunny" Sytch