Thursday, May 18, 2006

Happinista Sara Nichols launches reign of silence

This war between America's beloved Millionaire Richard Quick, Esq. and rebel Happinista leader and cofounder of the National Gross Happiness Team (GNH Team) Sara Nichols is completely out of control. It started with my innocent post to her blog in response to a positive post on Stephen Colbert in which she said Stephen was "spot-on."

I'm sorry, but there are certain terms that set me off, and "spot-on" is one of them. But I showed restraint, posting only a comment that included "Colbert is as funny as people who use the term "spot-on" are interesting. Or genuine."
Happinista Nichols unleashed an invective-filled vitriolic diatribe via email that accused me of being "unkind."

I was stunned and my happiness has taken a serious hit to the port and/or starboard. And now after sending her two emails, the most recent of which includes an apology, Happinista Susan Nichols has decided to unleash her happy hounds of heck upon me by not responding to me. The unhappy silence enshrouds the Richard Quick Estate like a cloud that lacks sound. A non-audiophonic fog has consumed the very soul of this once-happy palacial mansion.

And while the guests are arriving for the lavish debauchery I host each night, I feel so utterly alone... with only my wealth and twin supermodels to console me. Alas...

A history of the conflagration:
The Attack begins.
The Truth about the radical Happinistas emerges
Rebel Happinista Communique Leaked!


Anonymous said...

Heh. I thought it was hilarious that some Esquire signed my blog. Thumbs-up for supporting the Colbert. A smirk for a self-made million, doing what? If you say male prostitution, why, I'd take you out to dinner myself.

Richard Quick, Millionaire said...

Thanks for the dinner offer. It's tempting, really. I'd rather you just send the money for dinner, and the name of your haberdasher. Thanks for the comments and for not dating any of my family members.


Anonymous said...

Wow, you don't take humor very well, do you?

In any case, you don't have to like Colbert and I'm not telling you to do so. That's your business. Just respect my right to have a difference of opinion and we won't have a problem. If you can't help yourself, then I ask that you conduct your blog business elsewhere. Thanks, good buddy.

Richard Quick, Millionaire said...

Elsewhere... other than my website? Dee, tilt that hat back just a tad.