Wednesday, March 9, 2016

VICKI MORGAN's MISTRESS MONEY : THAT WILL BE CASH PLEASE? A NEGOTIATION WITH ALFRED - HEAVILY LEVERAGED

QUOTES and NOTES about VICKI MORGAN
from BEAUTIFUL BAD GIRL by Gordon Basichis

(Page 21)

"It got so crazy that I used to call the stores and buy over the phone.  I bought refrigerators, gas ranges, sight unseen.  I used to tell them to send me the most expensive one.  No one had ever told me that the most expensive is not always the best.  I figured... hell, it it's more money, it has to be better quality.  I'm really naïve in many ways.  It's like yesterday I was seventeen and woke up to find I was thirty years old. ...  You want to know what I did for the last ten years?  That's it.  I went shopping with Alfred's money."

(page150)  On the time Vicki left Alfred and had taken refuge with Bernie Cornfeld:

Vicki didn't dare have a bank account for fear the collections people would hound her for payments on the overdue charge cards.  Her debts were overwhelming, to say nothing of the millions the Internal Revenue Service could sue her for in unpaid taxes, which made the thought to clinging to her few remaining possessions that much more absurd.

(page 150)  NOTES
Weeks passed before Vicki as much HINTED that she might be willing to sleep with him.  Anticipation, she knew, served to w3het the appetite and Bernie, with all his girls, would have to learn that Vicki came first.  (a whole month went by before she did!?) He was charmed by her conservative posture.  Unlike the other women he saw, she wasn't struggling. She had furs, clothes, jewelry... Alfred had repossessed the Mercedes Benz when she walked out on him...

(page 158) NOTES

Vicki went back to California where Bernie awaited at his house there, as she had promised.  Then she absconded with Bernies' Maserati, her jewelry, Penny - her housekeeper, several bags of clothes, and went on the run again.  She went back to Alfred Bloomingdale as she had in the past...

(page 159)  He (Alfred) was elated that she had called him.  He had missed her and didn't mind telling her so.

(Page 167)  She told him that she would return but she would no longer be mingling with hookers or taking part in S and M.


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