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Looks like Zoe Yang / Jing Yang got FIRED from finance

http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Zoe_Yang http://www.xoxo...
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  05/19/10
Vietnampwned PS: qualitative analyst at mckinsey is not f...
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what was she doing at Mickinsey?
.whokebe.
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I'm not sure. I don't touch consultants, they are beneath me...
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odds are she was hired to give blowjobs...although she blogg...
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this is phenomenally accurate description of the topic of 'h...
metaphysics is gay
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Typically Associates refer to post-MBA folks. At McK kids...
mr goodbar
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"Everyone legit is labeled an "associate" in ...
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Bain and BCG call their analysts "associate consultants...
errwhat
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back office/non client facing
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hey how do you feel about client facing people at ttt firms?
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how ttt we talking about?
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ttt
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i think you know my take...TTT
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  11/23/10
sounds right.
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Disgusting. I hate how she is trying to pimp out Asian cultu...
send me MAL nudes for TT pictures
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eat a dick, twink
.whokebe.
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She's just a normal Asian chick in the US...no need to hate.
numbdood
  11/29/10
and she's STILL spreading her sex bidness 'cross the net... ...
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Zoe Yang (Columbia Business School '16) ZYang16@gsb.columbi...
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lol i used to run into her pretty obnoxious
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did you run into her vag
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not attracted
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lol
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if she's anything like her google feed, "obnoxious"...
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mostly cuz nobody calls her out on it so she think its ok
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did anyone ever consider telling her how TTT she looks/sound...
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no we are far too polite/indifferent and her friends are the...
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lol, tyvm
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lol, total ho http://encyclopediadramatica.se/Zoe_Yang ...
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she looks pretty awful in this pic
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now that she's jobless, it looks like Zoe has a lot of time ...
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  11/29/10
looks like Jing Yang is scissoring with Lena Chen these days...
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lol, update BUMP http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread...
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  12/18/10
Awwww...looks like Zoe Yang (aka Jing Yang aka Yijing Yang)'...
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i have a friend who left investment banking to be go to cook...
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blame food network / top chef etc
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well, she also looked at an MTV walk-in screen-test as a car...
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why is every braindead urban liberal interested in food and ...
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well, presumably people like to eat good food rather than ba...
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it's Freudian: Yijing Yang loves shoving cock into her mouf....
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low barrier to entry. good luck competing with http://en.wik...
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My Only New Year's Resolution is to make it to New Orlean...
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and so how does jobless Yijing Yang spend her time...? I’...
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LOL http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/2896482331/len...
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WTF? The dumb ho just adds an "s" on the end of he...
Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(
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cr Zoe Yang seems to be poasting QUITE a bit about ABORTI...
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tcq
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he prolly just punched the ho in the stomach. Half of $0.00 ...
Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(
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whats the latest update?
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still whoring it up http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-...
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Someone explain...is this 'qualitative analyst' a selective ...
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its obviously an euphemism for MO/BO
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http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3301510374 I meta-...
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given her superficial little mind, it's doubtful she gets hi...
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You know? I’m psyched for this rally [for her "right&qu...
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  02/25/11
Guess little Zoe got bored of turning tricks. She's returned...
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...and reviewing commercials: Thanks, PF Chang, I really ...
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Good morning! It is Friday, March 4th, 2011. I have not b...
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Looks like the fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang has more...
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http://zoehasappetite.blogspot.com/2011/03/hung-ry.html
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"What you are reading is my personal blog, which I do n...
Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(
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looks like FIRED MCKINSEY WHORE JING YANG has BUTTLOADS of f...
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Punchdrunk Coolest shit ever. http://www.sleepnomoreny...
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looks like fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang found anothe...
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Looks like she's using her 24/7 free time to read TTTrashy b...
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Every woman should read Gone With The Wind, if only to under...
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"My life this week has been cooking and taking fancy pi...
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looks like fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang's hanging ar...
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fired McKinsey azn skank Yijing Yang blogs about stuffing he...
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LOL, fired McKinsey whore Yijing Yang blogs about putting ch...
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UPDATE: Pity the poor fired McKinsey skank Zoe Yijing Yang...
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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:39 PM
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http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Zoe_Yang

http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=1044369&mc=159&forum_id=2

Well...NYC McKinsey and Company's Zoe Yang (who changed her name to "Jing Yang" after the scandal hit), seems to have been bitch-slapped out of finance...She tries to spin it as her "quitting," but it's easy to read between the lines...

"It's true, I'm quitting finance and going to cooking school. Not CIA or FCI, because there is no way I'm shelling out another $50k+ while student loans from my liberal arts degree are still dripping acid into my bank account - I'm moving to China! The time frame is as yet undetermined, but the proper people have been informed. I know it'll be an absurd and excellent adventure.

"I hope it'll all be very Julia Child-inspired (but NOT in a Julie Powell way, gross), and that I'll figure out how to blog from there."

http://zoehasappetite.blogspot.com



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032208)



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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:44 PM
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Vietnampwned

PS: qualitative analyst at mckinsey is not finance.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032233)



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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:47 PM
Author: .whokebe.

what was she doing at Mickinsey?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032249)



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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:52 PM
Author: ,.,.,.,.,.,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,..........,.,.,.,,,


I'm not sure. I don't touch consultants, they are beneath me. However, a "qualitative analyst" sounds like paper pushing mid/back office bullshit work.

Everyone legit is labeled an "associate" in consulting coming out of ugrad. I will ask a fellow alum from Wharton (he worked at Mckinsey before working overseas in London) next time I get a chance.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032287)



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Date: September 30th, 2010 6:30 PM
Author: .,.,...,...,.,:,,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,.


odds are she was hired to give blowjobs...although she blogged that

"Here's the thing," blogged Zoe Yang (aka Jing Yang aka Yijing Yang) "I suck at giving head. I blow at giving head. I sputter and choke at giving head. I was with M for six months before I got him to cum from oral. It took weed and perseverance. I successfully gave C head the first two times I tried, and then embarked on a record of failing. He attributes the early successes to embryonic-relationship nervous excitement and says he needed "those bouncing buttcheeks" of sex thereafter. ."

so the job didn't last once McKinsey found that out

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16182825)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:04 PM
Author: metaphysics is gay

this is phenomenally accurate description of the topic of 'head and bad head'

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021161)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:04 PM
Author: mr goodbar (frattymcfrattersonesq1997@aol.com)

Typically Associates refer to post-MBA folks.

At McK kids straight out of UG are Business Analysts. Not sure where the term "Qualitative Analyst" come from - sounds a little 'off'

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628106)



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Date: December 16th, 2010 12:13 PM
Author: \"\'\"\"\'\'\"\"\"

"Everyone legit is labeled an "associate" in consulting coming out of ugrad."

sup d00d who has no idea what he's talking about?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16827583)



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Date: January 23rd, 2011 3:32 PM
Author: errwhat

Bain and BCG call their analysts "associate consultants"

HTH.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17120274)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:08 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


back office/non client facing



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628134)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:11 PM
Author: ...,.,.

hey how do you feel about client facing people at ttt firms?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628153)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:13 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


how ttt we talking about?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628166)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:13 PM
Author: ...,.,.

ttt

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628172)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:15 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


i think you know my take...TTT

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628188)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:16 PM
Author: ...,.,.

sounds right.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628189)



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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:47 PM
Author: send me MAL nudes for TT pictures (uvt ret.)

Disgusting. I hate how she is trying to pimp out Asian culture (cuisine) to a white audience like how she whores herself to white men.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032250)



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Date: May 19th, 2010 5:50 PM
Author: .whokebe.

eat a dick, twink

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#15032281)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:01 PM
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cr

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628090)



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Date: September 30th, 2010 6:28 PM
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cr

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16182813)



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Date: November 29th, 2010 4:00 PM
Author: numbdood

She's just a normal Asian chick in the US...no need to hate.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16675366)



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Date: September 30th, 2010 7:09 PM
Author: .,.,...,...,.,:,,,:,...,:::,...,:,.,.:..:.,:.::,.


and she's STILL spreading her sex bidness 'cross the net...

Thanks, I did try to talk to my gyn about Paraguard, but she didn't want to prescribe it for me because I haven't had kids yet and its effects on fertility are unknown/inconclusive. I am continuing to weigh the options, though, and glad to hear you're having a good experience with it.

I spoke to a gyn about getting Mirena a couple of months ago because I also hate the pill, but she told me that if it's hormones I want to avoid, the IUD is not actually "less hormonal." It has a lower dose of hormones than the pill, but that's because it gets absorbed more directly (ingestible drugs have to be much more potent to withstand passing through the digestive system).

I was surprised to hear her say that, because so many people have said the hormones in an IUD bother them less. I'm still thinking about it.



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16183123)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 6:58 PM
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Zoe Yang (Columbia Business School '16)

ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3YbZRROYHQ

LOL, looks like unemployed skank Zoe Yang (aka Yijing Yang aka Jing Yang) hooked up with unemployed skanks Lena Chen, Chloe Angyal, and Amelia Parry-McDonell

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3YbZRROYHQ#t=03m35s

"Sex is empowering when it's selfish," sez vietnamese whore-fantasy fucker Zoe Yang, "when there's an authenticity to your motives, and you're doing it to seek your own pleasure."

but no problem...now that Zoe has asian fetish sugar daddy Holden Groves it looks like Zoe doesn't need a job anymore...

http://encyclopediadramatica.es/File:Holden-groves-rescues-zoe.jpg

LOL

http://lenachenskankwatch.blogspot.com/2010/11/zoe-yang-lena-chen-2whoresnojob.html

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(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628070)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:07 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


lol i used to run into her

pretty obnoxious

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628126)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:08 PM
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did you run into her vag

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628129)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:10 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


not attracted

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Date: February 8th, 2011 7:09 PM
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lol

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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:12 PM
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if she's anything like her google feed, "obnoxious" aint even the half of it

http://www.google.com/profiles/106241954055804020641#buzz

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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:14 PM
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mostly cuz nobody calls her out on it so she think its ok

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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:16 PM
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did anyone ever consider telling her how TTT she looks/sounds/acts?

http://columbiabusinessschooled.tumblr.com/post/101517818930/zoe-yijing-yang-zoe-yang-zyang16-gsb-columbia-edu

http://columbiabusinessschooled.tumblr.com/post/101517818930/zoe-yijing-yang-zoe-yang-zyang16-gsb-columbia-edu

A few things you need to know….

1) Zoe Yang LOVES getting blackout drunk…

"Drunk blogging," blogged Zoe Yijing Yang (ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), “is 80 times worse than drunk-dialing or drunk-texting. How self-indulgent of me, to let my whiskey-unleashed id scamper across the keyboard like that. Last night’s post was one I hadn’t planned on sharing until we’d been acquainted a few moons longer/never, but since the sentiment is out, I might as well elaborate. I have Daddy issues. He made me feel generally inadequate all my life. I’ve never gotten close to friends, but I spill my guts to the person I’m fucking. That person is usually emotionally unavailable, because that’s the type I need to prove that I am adequate and worthy to. That person is invariably no more capable of understanding me than anyone else in my life, but at least he can make me feel better by putting a penis inside me. When we break up, I cut him out of my life completely because he knows too much, and I find myself another. Repeat. That, my friends, is how sexual dependency is born. Even though I talk like it, I am not the poster girl for healthy sexing”

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The sad thing is, my memory of that night in April (or was it May?) is really, really hazy due to the same culprit. Weed giveth and weed taketh away. It probably did start with a massage. My memory begins with C sliding down my body as I lay back, too lazy to dissuade him. As with Malcolm, I had held off on letting C put his face in the general vicinity. Guys usually don’t put up much of a fight when you grab their cocks and tell them you’d rather fuck.

Blah

(Source: Zoe Yang’s Instagram)

When I give massages when I’m high, I put on music with a strong, steady rhythm, and I end up almost hypnotizing myself with the task. I knead like some master baker, only more creative with the body parts I use. Did you know that elbows are particularly excellent for working the deep tissue of butt muscles? I can tell how the person under my me feels because my whole being has melted into his skin. People tell me it’s the best massage they’ve ever gotten. I also often dance when I’m high, just moving and spinning by myself for hours.

2) Zoe Yijing Yang doesn’t react well when her hookup for the night goes limp at the sight of her flat body…

"Just had the weirdest sexual experience of my life,” blogged Zoe Yang (Columbia Business School ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

And coming from me, you know that means something.

This guy is playing so many games it’s sad. First the whole “I’ll make sure you’re part of my plans” thing sans date, sans anything concrete, sans niceties. I let him come find me at a bar,

we play pool, we make out, we grope.

He comes back to my place, blogged Zoe Yang (Jing Yang aka Yijing Yang) we get naked, he drips hot wax all over me, ties me up with his shirt, smacks my tits up HARD, calling me bitch and whore and slut. Which is all fine, except…

…he goes limp when I say “fuck me” and tries to cover it up by saying how he’s not that impressed by my naked body.

(I know, I attract shitheads. He works in finance. Surprised?)

I chuckle and say that’s fine, the feeling’s mutual, he should probably be getting home now. And he says something about how he might fuck me next time. Well, I don’t feel strongly enough about him to hate-fuck him, so next time is probably not going to happen.

Truth is, he went to the same Ivy as the other guy I’m seeing, and I like the other guy a lot more, so this one was pretty much one-night-stand material from the beginning. Which was why I took him home and let him get his paws on that candle in the first place.

(Don’t men get it? I’ll only fuck you the first time if I don’t like you.)

3) Zoe Yang’s kinkblogging….

MORE Zoe Yang pix here:

250Zoe Yang (Columbia Business School)

Zoe Yang wrote a column last week that described how she used to do a little role playing with her former boyfriend. I’ll save you the sexually explicit details and just say that Ms. Yang likes to pretend she’s a Vietnamese prostitute and her boyfriend is an American G.I circa the War Against North Vietnamese Communist Aggression.

(from her blog, ZoeHasSex) Two of two happened one weekend night towards the end of the semester. C and I stayed in for some reason, and we decided to smoke. The week had been tough and we both needed to relax. I don’t love weed; I always feel stupid for days afterward so I rarely touch it. But if there’s one thing I do love about it, it’s how it makes sex 80 times better.

Sex usually follows massages and dancing - which often becomes lap-dancing, and it’s the same investment in physicality. I hear meditation is supposed to make you more aware of everything happening inside you and around you. Stoned sex is like meditating, like the nerves in my brain have migrated into more pleasurable places and all my little body parts are as obscenely sensitive as tentacles.(Zoe Yang Columbia Business)

The sad thing is, my memory of that night in April (or was it May?) is really, really hazy due to the same culprit. Weed giveth and weed taketh away. It probably did start with a massage. My memory begins with C sliding down my body as I lay back, too lazy to dissuade him. As with Malcolm, I had held off on letting C put his face in the general vicinity. Guys usually don’t put up much of a fight when you grab their cocks and tell them you’d rather fuck.

His mouth was tentative, but at least he knew where to put it. Together, we explored: “harder,” “suck…” “yes, like THAT,” Through the green veil, everything felt sharper, slicker, better, like I was seeing a porno reel of what we were doing in my head and the nerves were juicing from two different places. A small tingle appeared and disappeared in my abdomen and I realized that maybe, just maybe…(Zoe Yijing Yang)

"If you’re doing it right, she should be humping your face," the sex educator from Babeland had announced to over 100 students gathered in Walker Lounge earlier that year. "Your entire face should be wet and your eyelashes should be like, gumming together afterward." Her words were the ones I recalled as I realized I had laced my fingers around the back of C’s neck and was smothering him in my cunt. I was amused by the memory, but also briefly distracted. I pushed it away and returned to the possibility at hand (or mouth). (Iris Xiaodong Zhao daughter Zoe)

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With Malcolm I hadn’t dared move or even touch him, to say nothing of gyrating with abandon. He had been sweeter and sexier for the restraint his presence induced from me. It was a first, and with him I’d felt like a virgin. But C was my steadfast consort. His role in my life was not intrigue and adrenaline but a vanilla sort of pleasure, regardless of how kinky the sex itself was. A very delicious, but very safe flavor.

So even though holding his head and grinding against his mouth was probably the girl-on-guy equivalent of blowjob handlebars, I didn’t worry about it too much. He pulled back slightly every few seconds to catch a breath. Pressure, I wanted to tell him, I need pressure like the pressure of your pelvis against me when we’re fucking. I’m pulling you in harder and deeper because your mouth isn’t cruel enough. I’m shivering because I’m close, and I can no longer say this in words, but whatever you do, don’t ease up on the pressure.

But maybe the antithesis of pressure works too. In the end, it was mostly the sucking that did it - his lips and teeth a tight seal around my clit and some sharp intakes of breath and I was gone, digging my toes into the mattress and pushing even harder up against him to wring out every last shudder. I was making up for last time. This time I could definitely say, yes, I came, I came so hard I truly could not stop myself from screaming even though I tried, for our neighbors’ sakes.

"Damn." He sat up slowly and gingerly dabbed his nose and chin with tissues.

"Haha sorry, I guess I kind of smothered you."

"That’s ok. Just…wow." His expression was dazed awe. I didn’t have to reiterate that it was only the second time I’d come from oral for him to treat my orgasm like it was special. I liked that. I deserve that.

Most of the outrageous sexual things I did for the pure sake of their being outrageous, I did freshman year (at Pomona College). As all freshman years in college should be, it was a year of firsts. The first time I smoked pot (the first time I did any drug, actually), the first time I drank regularly, the first time I fucked in the mail room…

Ah, the old mail room. Back before the SCC renovation, you could swipe into the mailroom at all hours. Everyone talks about the Honnold stacks as the place to have clandestine public sex on campus, but the mail room is where it was at. There’s nothing quite like walking home from a party up north, stopping in the mail room, and having your skirt hitched up and your boobs pressed up against those rows of cold little boxes…

And it wasn’t even too risque - it turns out not many people check their mail at 3am. One night, my partner and I, tipsy and still in that flirtatious bantering stage of our fuckbuddyhood, were heading back to Harwood from Mudd’s Seven Sins party (I mention this party because as Lust, I was in a slutty black dress and looked like a streetwalker) when we crossed Marston Quad and decided to climb that horizontal propped-up tree. We sat in the tree for a while, not talking much, just looking up at the stars. It was very late, and in the time that we were up there, no one else walked by the Quad. As we were climbing back down, he turned to me and said,

"Let’s have sex."

"Ok." I guess we were both feeling cocky (ha ha) from the mail room escapades.

"Wait, really? I’m totally calling your bluff."

I shrugged. “I thought you were serious.”

"I am serious."

"Ok, let’s do it."

So, businesslike, we dropped our pants right on the grass in the middle of the Quad. He was on top of me, keeping a missionary lookout, but I have to say both of us were a little too nervous to really get into it. All the same, it wasn’t until the Campus Security officers were only 20 feet away that we finally saw them.

They approached from behind, so I saw them first.

"Stop stop stop!!" I pushed him off me and yanked my dress down. Too late to worry about panties. He pulled on his boxers as the officers approached - two youngish men.

"Hey, you guys can’t be doin’ it here," one of them starts. We nod silently.

"Yeah, you gotta find a room or a car or something," the other one chimes in, "we’re not gonna write you up or anything but you can’t be doin’ it here."

They’re completely friendly. A little too friendly. They stand there talking at us for about five more minutes, while his belt is still loose and all I want is for them to go away so I can find my panties.

"Thanks, we’re sorry." What else is there to say?

"Yeah, it’s alright, we’re not gonna write you up. I understand ‘cause this one time, I was doin’ it in my Camaro - and I’m a big guy - and the cops busted me. That sucked. You don’t wanna get busted by the cops - they’re a different story. You guys have a car?" At this point I wouldn’t have been surprised if he’d high-fived my partner.

"No sir."

Zoe Yang (Columbia)

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Michael Keehner (mk2561@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Andrew Jacobs (acj5@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Kevin Oro-Hahn (kao2122@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Rishi Renjen (rr2867@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Jean-Marie Eveillard (je2402@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Kian Ghazi (kg2531@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Andrew Gundlach (asg32@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Timothy Quinn Jr (tcq2102@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Ethan Binder (emb2113@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Jeffrey Cino (jcc42@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Lauren Krueger (lar112@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Sal Galatioto (sg2147@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Jay Coleman (jc4157@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Arthur Williams (atw31@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Joel Greenblatt (jmg117@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Edward Zimmerman (ez2137@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Daniel Yarsky (dy23@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Scott Hendrickson (sh2331@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Marshall Sonenshine (ms3978@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Morten Sorensen (ms3814@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Patrick Bolton (pb2208@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Jeff Gordon (jg21@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Gavin Albert (ga2256@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Michael Corasaniti (mac194@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Bruce Usher (bmu2001@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

Geert Bekaert (gb241@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Lawrence Glosten (lrg2@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu),

Donna Hitscherich (dmh9@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu), Lynne Sagalyn (lbs4@columbia.edu Zoe Yang Zoe Yijing Yang ZYang16@gsb.columbia.edu)

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628196)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:18 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


no we are far too polite/indifferent and her friends are the super pc type so she has no clue

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628209)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:18 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


lol, tyvm

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628212)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:14 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


lol, total ho

http://encyclopediadramatica.se/Zoe_Yang

Jennifer McKnight (New York), Nancy Fang, Malik Knox

(Baltimore, MD), Jessica Hollins (Columbia Business School)

Sasha McKenzie (Columbia Business School), Natalie SeungYon Han (Columbia Business School), Lara Slotnick (Penn State), Vincent James (Columbia Business School) Lily Ann Oswald (NYU), Jacopo Meneguzzo (Georgetown), Matthew Langlois,

Adam Vartikar (Harvard University), James Liao (Columbia Business School), Francisco Maldonado (Harvard University)

Christian Garland,

lol AsianFetishFag Jim Jer-Don (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

Morose Go

Claremont Colleges

Caroline Galindo (SucksBigBlackCock)(San Francisco, California)

Gabriele Massari (New York, New York)

Jess Roe (Columbia Business School)

Alex Highstein (Binghamton)

Ariel Williams (New York, New York)

Viraj Bindra

The Art Institute of California – San Francisco

..

Piotr Bielaczyc

New York, New York

Quang Nguyen (Columbia Business School)

AsianFetishFag Dan Cahn Columbia Business School

Remy Agamy New York, New York

JizzSlurpingYelloWhore Katie Kuo (Columbia Business School)

AsianFetishFag Chris Schubert (Columbia Business School)

Naqiya Hussain

Kamilah Willingham Los Angeles, California

Claire Elizabeth Claremont Colleges

Artemis Persephone Ma'at New York, New York

AsianFetishFag Ian Read (Columbia Business School

Sonie Guseh (Columbia Business School)

Kelly Ann Vila (New York, New York)

Tonje Norheim (Columbia Business School)

Anna Ho (Columbia Business School)

Christian Garland (Somerville, Massachusetts)

Chiranjiv Sawhney (New York, New York), Nigel Adeyemi

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628178)



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Date: November 23rd, 2010 7:16 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


she looks pretty awful in this pic

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16628193)



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Date: November 29th, 2010 3:48 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


now that she's jobless, it looks like Zoe has a lot of time to jerk off about nonsense:

http://www.facebook.com/thelenachen/posts/180441081970250

Neely Steinberg If "sex is empowering when it's selfish and you're doing it to seek your own pleasure," we cannot criticize men for objectifying, using and abusing (in a legal sense) women sexually. Frankly, I think sex should be a give a take and about the pleasing of each other. The above statement [by Zoe Yang about how she uses her fuckbuddy Holden Groves as a dildo] seems so cold.

Jing Yang [aka Yijing Yang aka Zoe Yang]

Neely, I agree completely with your sentiment, but my statement was directed only toward women, about women's empowerment. As you pointed out, I don't think men usually have problems remembering to be selfish in bed, whereas women are const...antly fed conflicting messages that place some higher-order value on sex - that it's a means toward catching and keeping a man, or that it's a liberating feminist act, or that it's a prize to be won. As a result, women seem to be having/not having sex for reasons other than their own pleasure, and when they do have sex, I think they're doing a disproportionate share of the giving and pleasing. A true collaborative model of sex demands partners who are equals, and I encourage women to value their own pleasure with that goal in mind.

Neely Steinberg

Hi Jing. I agree with your points - women should cherish the opportunity to feel pleasure from a man (or from herself) and not always be focused on pleasing the man. However, I do feel feminism went down the wrong path when it decided to pr...each that men and women have no differences when it comes to sex. Have you ever been out on an amazing date? You can't stop thinking about him; you can't sleep; etc. That's because our brains are releasing oxytocin and dopamine. I'm not sure how it works for a guy, but I do know that women secrete these two chemicals after having sex (it is evolution's way of bonding a woman to a man) or getting intimate with someone. From what I've read, these chemicals are secreted more so in a woman than in a man, especially at the beginning. To deny our biologies is disingenuous and counterproductive. Feminism, in this regard, teaches women to tamp down or shut off their emotions, and simultaneously teaches men they can be emotionless with women and still get laid. I think a more constructive path forward would be to admit the differences in brain chemistry/biology and embrace these differences. I understand that there ARE women who can detach their emotions from sex (although I tend to think it's a small percentage), but when this mindset (Samantha Jones can fuck like a man and you should, too!) is then cast over the entire female population it ultimately causes confusion and despair, when the woman says to herself, "Gee this doesn't actually feel good," or "I thought I'd be OK with it, but the fact that he hasn't called makes me feel like shit." I've seen it over and over again with my female friends over the past several years. On the SexReally website, you ask the poll question, "Would you rather have lots of sex or great sex?" 75% said great sex. In my experience, the best sex is with someone you care about and who cares about you; someone who knows your body and who you trust; someone with whom you don't have to consume 5 glasses of wine first before tearing their clothes off. I fear for young women mired in the college hook-up scene (applauded by many feminists as liberating and empowering). That was me 10 years ago, and it took me many years afterward to understand what true intimacy was all about. I don't mean to project my experience onto others, but the more I see and read, the more I think this is becoming a common experience for young, impressionable women.

Jing Yang

Neely, perhaps I should have clarified- I don't think having sex is inherently liberating, and it's unfortunate that 3rd wave feminism is often misunderstood as encouraging women to have sex for the sake of it. Disputed biology aside, I'm n...ot sure teaching women to have sex like men is constructive because the way males are sexualized is equally screwed up. I think feminism is interested in giving women, collectively, the right to have sex free from condemnation and simultaneously also give individual women the freedom to decide what's best for themselves. The second part is what I mean by selfish.

I use "men" the way I use "white people" - shorthand for institutional sexism/racism. Sorry if you were offended, I don't hate men, I'm just lazy in my speech sometimes. Also, the vid was edited down, there was context that explained these were specific experiences.

Jing Yang

Joining back in this discussion after breaking for the holiday weekend. Randy, it's ironic that you posted your comment minimizing the sexual judgment that exists and critiquing my anger as misguided when that very day, people went out of t...heir way to out my boyfriend's identity on the internet and smear him as an Asian fetishist for dating me (presumably in response to this very video). I wrote a sex column for my college newspaper for one semester three years ago, yet I can't even count the number of times I've been called a bitch/whore/skank/slut/cunt in the time since - and worse, impersonated and libeled in myriad ways. If this isn't a 21st-century scarlet letter, I don't know what is. As Lena stated, she and other feminist bloggers (http://bitchmagazine.org/article/from-the-archive-wack-attack for but one example) have experienced similar virulent personal attacks just for talking/writing about sex, and while the attacks are all juvenile and probably apolitical in nature,they invariably use tactics of sexual condemnation and intimidation, not to mention racist and sexist language.

Therefore, I am offended that you would suggest that we are making up bogeymen just to be angry at something. I wasn't born a feminist, and for most of my life I also thought we'd moved past those "retrograde" ideas. I came into feminism from the sudden shock of realizing that women are still constantly harassed just for having some combination of a vagina and a voice - online and in the real world. Feminism isn't fun, being angry isn't fun, and I'd rather just "celebrate" as you suggest, but I don't see how celebration helps move the ball forward. Celebrating Obama's election certainly didn't help alleviate racism in this country.

And lest you think I'm blowing personal experiences out of proportion, I only share the above to flesh out one small data point in a sea of statistics and vague phrases like "rape culture." Those of us who are angry aren't angry because we think it gets us attention, we're angry because the 1 in 4 women who are sexually assaulted number among our friends, because we know firsthand how hard it is to access and pay for contraceptives and abortions (and how resistant our partners can be toward sharing the expense), because we've seen our immigrant mothers face the reverse hate of being told not to reproduce, because we understand employment discrimination isn't just getting hired but succeeding within male-bonding-dominated corporate culture once you get the job, (etc etc)... and because people like yourself still try to tell us, as if it's for our own good, that our anger is unjustified.



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16675262)



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Date: December 16th, 2010 11:52 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,ho,.,:.,:,ho.,:::,.ho.,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.


looks like Jing Yang is scissoring with Lena Chen these days...

http://lenachenskankwatch.blogspot.com/2010/11/zoe-yang-lena-chen-2whoresnojob.html

http://lenachenskankwatch.blogspot.com/2010/11/zoe-yang-lena-chen-2whoresnojob-part-2.html

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16827436)



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Date: December 18th, 2010 11:39 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,ho,.,:.,:,ho.,:::,.ho.,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.


lol, update BUMP

http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=1512049&mc=7&forum_id=2

DID A SCREEN TEST AT MTV!!!111

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/2350698098/what-a-day

I wonder if they asked her about using the strap-on to assrape her fuckbuddy...

I am deeply invested in my own femininity yet criticize

my partner when he admits to being too deeply invested

in his masculinity to, say, let me fuck him in the ass.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/972597237/bad-feminist-confession

or maybe her New Year's Resolutions?

Resolutions

1. Get DP’d

2. Go to a swinger party

3. Have someone else use one of those remote-controlled vibes on me

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/311546331/resolutions

or Zoe Yang's Cheating Strategies??

8:28am

Cleaning up the wax and (unused) condoms before the ex gets here this afternoon. Ridiculous.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/242546945/8-28am

Or what Zoe Yang does when teh two guys figure out her cheating, and dump her skanky ass?

Clean Slate?

Two breakups in two days is more than this girl can handle without a grimace and a whimper. Rebound fucks, God Almighty, and a warm dark hole can all feel free to present themselves now.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/285291350/clean-slate

Details emerge in the telling

* Zoe: I cant decide if I'm tickled or traumatized

* Alex: I think tickled

* Zoe: At one point I called him a Patrick Bateman wannabe and he said something to the tune of "I don't know who that is but shut up whore"

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/242635991/details-emerge-in-the-telling

Or how Zoe Yang uses the people in her life like tissue paper?

Breathe

Just talked, fought, cried, and fucked the ex for the last time. Shaky and panicky, don’t know if anyone can deal with my passel of crazy for the long haul.

Just need to breathe now, and drink some chicken soup.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/282545491/breathe

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/282545491/breathe



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#16842890)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:01 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Awwww...looks like Zoe Yang (aka Jing Yang aka Yijing Yang)'s hero is ASIA CARRERA:

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/2684874514/other-alternate-titles

WHY I DO PORN EVEN THOUGH I'M VERY BRIGHT AND COULD HAVE DONE ANYTHING I WANTED

by (Lena Chen and Yijing Yang's model for fucking) Asia Carrera

I got awfully tired of telling this over and over, so I'm telling it for the last time - here it is:)

OK, we all know I was an academically gifted little girl. What I don't publicize, is that I was not an especially motivated one. I was an overachiever only through a)genetic luck, and b)incredible pressure from my parents. My parents wanted me to go to Harvard and be a doctor or a lawyer, and I wanted to play piano and hang out with friends.

Needless to say, my parents and I butted heads. My father was born in Japan, and my mother was born in Germany. They were from the "old school", strong on discipline, and overachievers themselves, so they were in no way being hypocritical with their demands on me. (My dad went to Caltech on full academic scholarship for math and physics. He's the biggest nerd I know)

I was grounded for every "B" I got, and beaten for getting anything lower than that. I was not allowed to socialize at all, or go to parties, because they said there'd be time for that after I got into a good college. Well, I did what any red-blooded American kid would do, I'd sneak out. And get caught. And get beaten. And get grounded again. Without launching into too much detail, let's just say I was unhappy. (I tried to kill myself a lot) (Asian kids everywhere have e-mailed me to verify that this is standard practice in Asian households - what a relief to find out I'm normal, huh!)

Shortly before my seventeenth birthday, I ran away from home. I stayed where I could, with a rock'n'roll band, with friends, with strangers, in hotels, at one point in a tent. I worked when I could, but I couldn't do much at seventeen, so I had no money. I had friends drive me to school every day, and I begged people to bring me Doritos so I'd have something to eat. Everything I owned fit in two garbage bags. Sometimes I fucked people I didn't want to, so I could have a place to sleep, or a good meal. I gritted my teeth a lot, and did what I had to, rather than crawl back home and grovel for my folks' forgiveness.

Eventually the State found out I was living on my own, and I got put in a foster home. My foster parents were as strict as my own parents, and I still was not allowed to date or socialize. This was twice as difficult for me to handle, after having had a taste of freedom, but I stayed until I finished high school. I ran away from my foster home on my eighteenth birthday, knowing I only had to fend for myself until the fall, when I was going to Rutgers on my full academic scholarship. I hitchhiked off with my two garbage bags of stuff, and did what I could to not starve until school started.

So I confess, I went to college not for an education, but for the promise of a hot meal and a free bed while I plotted ways to become wealthy, so I wouldn't have to go begging or fucking any more strangers for lousy scraps of charity. Four years of college is a goal I'd like to finish attaining one day, but for a runaway who lost 15 pounds without enough food to eat, getting money in the bank immediately was my priority. I got a job as a bartender, and wished I had the guts to become a stripper 'cause I heard they made lots of money. One day the owner of the bar asked me if I would serve drinks topless at a private party for $100. Wow, a hundred bucks was a lot of dough for me, so I said sure. I drank a lot of vodka to screw up my courage. Next thing you knew, I was on the bar with some strippers he'd hired, and I was collecting tips like crazy. I came home with $300 bucks, and was amazed. I'd never made that much money in my life!

The next day I took a bottle of vodka and got myself hired at all the local go-go bars. I then proceeded to work seven nights a week, and I saved a minimum of $1000 every week, and sent it off to various mutual funds. (ever hear of someone who still has the first dollar they ever made? That would be me!) I obviously stopped attending classes, only going in to take finals. As one of the highest paid dancers in NJ, I searched for a way to get paid even more money dancing. I discovered that girls who made movies or magazines got paid more than regular 'house girls' like me.

I went to the local 7-11, bought all the men's magazines, and sent pictures of myself to the little addresses inside the first couple pages. Club magazine responded, and sent me to a photographer in NY, who proceeded to shoot me for most of the major men's mags. I asked him about making adult movies, and he gave me the number of a director in LA named Bud Lee. I called this Bud guy, and he told me if I flew to LA, he could use me in a movie or two. So during winter break '93, I flew out to LA with just a suitcase and a teddy bear. I found that I liked making movies, then I married that Bud Lee guy, and the rest, as they say, is history.

I know some of you still think I'm "settling for less than I could achieve" in life, but all I can say is this: I'm happier than I've ever been in my life, and I don't consider that "settling" at all! I have a fun job that provides me with the time and money to do all the things I love, like playing piano, drawing, writing, and working on my web site! I've slowly lost the hard edge and the "fuck-the-world" attitude I had as a runaway, and gained a love for life that I never had before. I save and invest for the future, and I'm going to finish my degree at my leisure. After I'm done with adult, I'll be a mom, or a stock analyst, or knowing me, probably both. And when I die, I'm leaving behind a trust fund to provide help and shelter for abused and homeless children, so a little piece of me will live forever!

Hugs, Asia

p.s. I'm not mad at my parents. I know they just wanted me to be the best I could be, but they pushed too hard, that's all. Being successful is great, and it's a goal I strive for, but never at the expense of happiness. I think happiness should come first, and then success!

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021137)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:02 PM
Author: ;',,..:;..;,.

i have a friend who left investment banking to be go to cooking school. did that julie and julia movie make this a more popular career path or something?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021147)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:06 PM
Author: jonnyBlaze

blame food network / top chef etc

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021171)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:07 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


well, she also looked at an MTV walk-in screen-test as a career-step, so bear that in mind when gauging this chick's choices...

DID A SCREEN TEST AT MTV!!!111

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/2350698098/what-a-day

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021180)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:20 PM
Author: Carl Spackler

why is every braindead urban liberal interested in food and cooking these days? fuck

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021283)



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Date: January 10th, 2011 6:41 PM
Author: errwhat

well, presumably people like to eat good food rather than bad food. though in older days just getting any food was difficult, and great tasting food commanded a high premium that was just out of reach for most people. similarly, the tools and knowledge (recipes) to make good food were expensive or rare.

however, in recent times, cooking and being a food connoisseur were popularized basically b/c there's a lower barrier of costs (both in terms of buying the food and making it), so it really opened up the market. this was further perpetuated by media. and like most people think they're a MFE if they know even a little bit about anything. also, people like flaunting their knowledge/skills...

all these factors combine i think helps explain why there's such a big foodie movement recently. I don't think it's going to subside. Individual people might get bored of their "hobby", but there will always be more people to get into it.

Similar to the amateur photography trend you'll see nowadays.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17021444)



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Date: January 11th, 2011 1:36 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


it's Freudian: Yijing Yang loves shoving cock into her mouf. When her azn fetish fuckbuddy Holden K. Groves isn't around to plug her mouf with his cock n' seed, Yijing needs food to satisfy that need.

evidence:

http://thechicktionary.com/post/2670204034

Zoe Yang: My Avalon fave is "My Dick"

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17028046)



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Date: January 11th, 2011 2:44 PM
Author: The Mars Volta

low barrier to entry. good luck competing with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Chang_(chef)

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17028559)



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Date: January 19th, 2011 11:58 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


My Only New Year's Resolution

is to make it to New Orleans. Everything anyone has ever told me leads me to believe NOLA may be the city of my dreams and appetites [sez Winsor School 2004 grad Yijing Yang, whose main "appetite" is getting railed up her cunt by white azn-fetish bois like Holden K. Groves UCSD Medical]. I've been meaning to go for three years and dammit I'll make it happen in 2011.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/2820137279/my-only-new-years-resolution

Hue's chunky cable-knit sweater leggings

Not taking them off until the thermometer hits 50. Friends who have seen me all three days this weekend are probably finding it gross, but these tubular wonders really are the only things enabling me to leave my overheated New York burrow and actually have a life [= Jing Yang's spreading her legs for azn-fetish whitebois].



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17091016)



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Date: January 20th, 2011 10:04 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


and so how does jobless Yijing Yang spend her time...?

I’m addicted to chess. One man can no longer satisfy my needs, and I’m desperate. Friends, please join Chess.com and play me.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/2835800012/so-this-is-embarrassing

I'm surprised she hasn't lost half the pieces up her twat...:P

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17098526)



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Date: January 23rd, 2011 3:18 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


LOL

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/2896482331/lenachen-despite-having-blogged-rather

Slut is a shorthand way to pronounce our dislike for someone we don’t know very well. We get away with slut because it purports to be about sex, and sex is the public private act: everyone thinks they know what goes down in other people’s bedrooms, so anyone can pick up a stone. Yet we don’t know - we can’t know - so we end up applying slut more often to what a woman wears than to the actual sex she’s having, and suddenly there’s a catalog of things women shouldn’t do, shouldn’t go, shouldn’t write - lest we be called a slut. And somehow we still think being called a slut is about sex?

Fact: slut is ubiquitous, and meaningless in its ubiquity. You’ll probably be called a slut; you only have to care if you actually believe that your moral fiber is comprised of a number.

Ironically, my own number is on the low end of the Marie Claire spectrum, but I’ve never revealed it for the same reason that Lena is choosing to reveal hers: to reject the whole concept of sluthood. I’ve always felt that if I revealed the number, it would be taken as a slut defense: “See? I haven’t slept with that many people! I can’t be a slut!” Let people think it’s in the hundreds. It doesn’t matter; slut is what people say when they can’t come up with anything better.

Keep telling urself that cunt

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17120103)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 2:59 PM
Author: Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(

WTF? The dumb ho just adds an "s" on the end of her URL and thinks she's cloaked?

dumb dumb dumb



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245746)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:01 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


cr

Zoe Yang seems to be poasting QUITE a bit about ABORTION lately...you suppose Holden Groves paid for half?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245754)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:01 PM
Author: Trump Mountain

tcq

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245757)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:03 PM
Author: Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(

he prolly just punched the ho in the stomach. Half of $0.00 = $0.00

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245766)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:08 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


whats the latest update?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245794)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:30 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


still whoring it up

http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/173658_13300757_3559821_n.jpg

seems to be all weewee'd up about rape lately...which is a surprise, given the behavior she's blogged :P

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3198762543

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245935)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:28 PM
Author: ,..,.;.,.,;.,;..,,;.,.;..;,.,;,.;.;.;,,;,;.,,;


Someone explain...is this 'qualitative analyst' a selective position in line with IB analyst or is it some back office operations shit? Because if it's the latter I have lost interest in this thread.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17245920)



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Date: February 9th, 2011 3:41 PM
Author: .,.,;.,.,.,:,,:,..,:,,,,,.,..;;,...:.,:.::,. (banned, email me to repent) (models and bottles)


its obviously an euphemism for MO/BO

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17246002)



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Date: February 15th, 2011 10:50 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3301510374

I meta-resent this.

I hated Valentine’s Day as an angsty teen, ignored it as a too-cool college kid, and grudgingly celebrated it as an adult. I have tried, at every point, to make peace with it in my own way.

But it won’t fucking leave me alone. So now I simply resent it for making me think about it. The number of times I’ve had to explain to people today that I don’t have plans because my asian fetish fuckbuddy Holden Groves lives in California and goes to UCSD Medical School, only to elicit pitying looks? Too many. I don’t even bother explaining anymore that it’s no biggie because I don’t like the holiday - it inspires too much ugliness and unoriginality, besides restaurants suck on Vday - because in the lurid pink light of this godforsaken occasion, such otherwise reasonable points just make me look bitter.



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17289476)



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Date: February 15th, 2011 11:08 AM
Author: Trump Mountain



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17289570)



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Date: February 23rd, 2011 10:52 AM
Author: Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(

given her superficial little mind, it's doubtful she gets hired doing much else all that soon...

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3456510284

Interesting take, though not the problem I had with it, which I can only vaguely describe as “bad feng shui.” It just doesn’t…flow.

I don’t know anybody else who loves supermarkets like I do. When we watched Fantastic Mr Fox, my yellow fetish fuckbuddy Holden K Groves (UCSD Medical School) interpreted the supermarket ending as a cynical loss of freedom and the surrendering of one’s wild spirit to something bland and fluorescent (which is so suburban of him). Me? I thought the little guys had found heaven on earth.

I’m super interested in reading some books on food space design and architecture. If anybody has suggestions, let me know.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17351554)



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Date: February 25th, 2011 11:16 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


You know? I’m psyched for this rally [for her "right" to abort the fetuses that result from Holden Groves et al gangbanging Zoe Yijing Yang while she moans "me so horny"]. I’ll be there in a Grizzly Fetus tee (for which I paid PREMIUM shipping so I could get it on time) and I will be part of a greater movement to re-energize liberals and radicals who were caught off-guard by the virulent racism and sexism daring to show its face once a Black president was elected. This isn’t about legislature, it’s about truth to power.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3497821004

Photo from Modernist Cuisine via Serious Eats. Incredibly, this is a low-tech shot achieved by literally sawing a wok in half and getting messy.

"I’d give my firstborn for this book," writes fired McKinsey slore Yijing Yang, "but I aborted the fucker so I could afford my CAREER as a FOODIE!!1"

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17368770)



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Date: March 3rd, 2011 10:12 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Guess little Zoe got bored of turning tricks. She's returned to being a fuckup foodie...

After reading laudatory reviews everywhere else, and being on constant recon for new Chinese places, I was pretty interested in trying Hung Ry. I managed to convince a skeptical faggot Eddie Huang (thepopchef GeneralLoko) to go with me and pay for me to gorge myself, but he did when I agreed to suck his cock in the alley afterward.

In the food world, it seems like there can be a fine line between having a philosophy and taking yourself too seriously, and another between trying something new and pulling a marketing gimmick.

I should’ve known that buying Chinatown talent and putting it in Limoges china falls on the wrong side of those lines.

Certainly, the name was already enough to merit a side-eye. When my latest fuckbuddy Eddie Huang works that kind of humor, Racialicious writes a whole post unpacking it, and he’s Asian! Then there was the confession that whiteboy couldn’t learn how to make the noodles himself. Ok, maybe that’s smart, maybe that’s humble, but again, if you’re going to move hand-pulled noodles to NoHo and charge me $16 a bowl (and dammit the actual Chinese guy in this operation, the one actually making your noodles, he better be a partner), you should at least pick up your end of the slack!

Because the noodles themselves were great: masterfully chewy, springy, delightful. Apparently in NYC, this and a foodie-baiting menu (VEAL! LIVER! MARROW!) are enough to earn accolades from NYM, NYT, Village Voice, and even Lucky Rice. Nevermind that noodles alone can’t carry a noodle soup: the broth part of the partnership had no smell, no taste, and no body, so the flavors fell flat from there. Then again, you have to stink up the air to make a decent bone broth, and that probably doesn’t fly if you’re trying to do the sexy NoHo open-kitchen thing.

And that bone marrow. Why would anyone float giant gobs of bone marrow in broth? I love bone marrow, but I don’t love eating nuggets of slimy, flavorless fat, which is what the product had been reduced to by such treatment. So I left them floating there, the sad, misguided marshmallows, which of course hurt my Chinese heart. Aiya, Chinese people would never do any of this!

And I’m not a Chinese food purist. I don’t believe in authenticity, and I get excited when people color outside the lines - our cuisine needs a push forward. But I do believe in staying true to the spirit of things. Chinese food, like all great cuisines, is about balance and integration. Nothing should stick out, no discordant ingredients, no spiky flavors. This is not so much dogma as plain logic.

As the NYer quote above implies, Hung Ry is an attempt to gild the lily that smothers the shit out of it.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3614002269

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17419549)



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Date: March 4th, 2011 9:44 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


...and reviewing commercials:

Thanks, PF Chang, I really needed another reason to renew my hatred for you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cw0grOKYcj4

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3631435207

let's see: fired McKinsey slut Zoe Yijing Yang acts out her Vietnamese whore fantasies with yellowfetish boi Holden Kortum Groves. Yet, somehow, she vents OUTRAGE about some chinadoll getting food from a white guy...in a fucking COMMERCIAL???



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17427615)



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Date: March 4th, 2011 1:20 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Good morning!

It is Friday, March 4th, 2011. I have not been fired from my job.

This is a scheduled post

Hilariously, the fired McKinsey slut links to her fuckbuddy Holden Groves' Linkedin page...so, I guess he's her "job" now...but why hasn't Holden fired Yijing Yang from the "job" of sucking his cock...yet? yellow meat is dime a dozen, especially if ur at UCSD Medical School...

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17428944)



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Date: March 4th, 2011 10:45 PM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,,,:,,:,...,:::,...,,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.


http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3638387614

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17433374)



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Date: March 5th, 2011 9:14 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Looks like the fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang has more time to blog about FOOD...lol

Friday, March 4, 2011

Me So Hung Ry...Not

In the food world, it seems like there is a fine line between having a philosophy and taking yourself too seriously, and another between trying something new and deploying a marketing gimmick. I am constantly trying to parse restaurants along these axes, obsessed with divining the ingredients of success and failure.

When it comes to Chinese restaurants, I am especially obsessed. I feel that ours is a cuisine equal to if not greater than France or Japan's, yet in the United States, Chinese food is pitifully relegated to the lowest rung within the already-peripheral bucket of "ethnic food." We are known for inventing delivery and keeping the MSG market afloat; for tacky menus (accumulating on the floor) and unnaturally glistening stock photos; for cockroaches and grease traps; for corn starch and brown sauce; for names containing the words "garden," "palace," and "imperial" in Wonton font.

So, I think constantly about what makes a good Chinese restaurant because I want nothing short of a complete Chinese food renaissance: high-quality, value-oriented, and accessible. Where are our bistros and brasseries, izakayas and trattorias? People - it was really hard to resist saying comrades right there - we can do better than this bullshit:

So, after reading glowing reviews practically everywhere, I was pretty interested in trying Hung Ry, the new hand-pulled noodle shop on Bond St. I convinced a skeptical Chinese friend faggot Eddie Huang (thepopchef GeneralLoko) to come along...and all I really ate for dinner was crow.

I should have known that buying Chinatown talent and putting it in Limoges china falls squarely on the wrong side of every fine line.

Certainly, the name is already enough to merit a side-eye. When Eddie tries to work that kind of humor, Racialicious writes a whole post unpacking it, and he’s Asian! Then there was the admission that whiteboy couldn’t learn how to make the noodles himself. Ok, maybe that’s a smart move, maybe even humble, but again, if you’re going to move hand-pulled noodles to NoHo and charge me $18 a bowl (and dammit the actual Chinese guy in this operation, the one actually making your noodles - he better be a partner), you should at least pick up your end of the slack!

Because the noodles themselves were great: masterfully chewy, springy, delightful. Apparently in NYC, this and a foodie-baiting menu (OXTAIL! LIVER! MARROW!) are enough to earn accolades from NYM, NYT, Village Voice, and even Lucky Rice. But noodles alone can’t carry a noodle soup. The broth part of this partnership had no smell, no taste, and no body; everything tasted so flat I dumped a ton of house-made chili sauce into my bowl, and then it just tasted flat and spicy. Then again, you have to stink up the air to make a decent bone broth, and that probably doesn’t fly if you’re trying to do the sexy NoHo open-kitchen thing.

Maybe it was an off night. I only went once.

Still, the bigger problem for me was conceptual. Why would anyone float giant gobs of bone marrow in broth? I didn't think I could not love bone marrow, but it turns out I don’t love eating nuggets of slimy, flavorless fat, which is what the product had been reduced to by such uninspired treatment. So I left them floating there, the sad, misguided marshmallows, which of course hurt my Chinese heart.

Aiya, this is so un-Chinese!

I hate thinking that, because as I said, I get excited when people color outside the lines. I don't even believe in authenticity, considering all cuisines are dynamic. But I guess I do believe in staying true to the spirit of things, in sound philosophy. Chinese food, like all great cuisines, is about balance. No discordant ingredients, no spiky flavors. This is not so much dogma as plain logic: cooking is synthesis.

In the end, only the New Yorker got it right by my book:

“If you like your macaroni and cheese drizzled with truffle oil, your French fries fried in duck fat, and foie gras in your banh mi, you might make a beeline for Hung Ry"

Hung Ry is a gilded lily that will smell sweet to a certain type of foodie. But it ain't me.

I am deeply invested in my own femininity yet criticize

my fuckbuddy Holden K. Groves (UCSD Medical School) when he

admits to being too deeply invested in his masculinity to, say, let me fuck Holden in the ass.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/972597237/bad-feminist-confession

or maybe her New Year's Resolutions?

Resolutions

1. Get DP’d

2. Go to a swinger party

3. Have someone else use one of those remote-controlled vibes on me

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/311546331/resolutions

or Zoe Yang's Cheating Strategies??

8:28am

Cleaning up the wax and (unused) condoms before the ex gets here this afternoon. Ridiculous.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/242546945/8-28am

Or what Zoe Yang does when teh two guys figure out her cheating, and dump her skanky ass?

Clean Slate?

Two breakups in two days is more than this girl can handle without a grimace and a whimper. Rebound fucks, God Almighty, and a warm dark hole can all feel free to present themselves now.

http://herowndevising.tumblr.com/post/285291350/clean-slate

Details emerge in the telling

* Zoe: I cant decide if I'm tickled or traumatized

* Alex: I think tickled

* Zoe: At one point I called him a Patrick Bateman wannabe and he said something to the tune of "I don't know who that is but shut up whore"

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/242635991/details-emerge-in-the-telling

Or how Zoe Yang uses the people in her life like tissue paper?

Breathe

Just talked, fought, cried, and fucked the ex for the last time. Shaky and panicky, don’t know if anyone can deal with my passel of crazy for the long haul.

Just need to breathe now, and drink some chicken soup.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/282545491/breathe

http://lenachen-enablers.blogspot.com/2011/03/jing-yang-mckinsey-company-new-york.html

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/282545491/breathe

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17435584)



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Date: March 5th, 2011 11:51 AM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,,,:,,:,...,:::,...,,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.


http://zoehasappetite.blogspot.com/2011/03/hung-ry.html

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17435947)



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Date: March 5th, 2011 5:09 PM
Author: Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(

http://lenachen-enablers.blogspot.com/2011/03/jing-yang-mckinsey-company-new-york.html

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17437972)



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Date: March 6th, 2011 2:27 PM
Author: Not a Unique Little Snowflake :(

"What you are reading is my personal blog, which I do not promote in any way."

LOL...sure she doesn't.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17442830)



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Date: March 7th, 2011 8:36 PM
Author: .,.,...,..,.,,,:,,:,...,:::,...,,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.


http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3678323711

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17454539)



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Date: March 8th, 2011 12:34 PM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


looks like FIRED MCKINSEY WHORE JING YANG has BUTTLOADS of free time to blog foodie shit now...

Molecular Gastronomy? Achatz is on a whole other level, and yet, it makes total sense. Why should we limit culinary references to one dimension - place - when time is just as evocative? (And the whole conversation around authenticity suddenly changes.) I’m jazzed about this project.

dumb cunt

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17458671)



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Date: March 18th, 2011 9:48 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Punchdrunk

Coolest shit ever.

http://www.sleepnomorenyc.com/

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/3933741108

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17540821)



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Date: April 7th, 2011 11:01 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


looks like fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang found another sugardaddy...

- Ate at WD50. A good short film would be watching people struggling with and laughing at molecular gastronomy upon their first encounter with it. That benedict was not easy to eat. What separates good mol gastro and bad mol gastro - and this is just a theory based on super limited sample size of 1 - may be the act of returning an eater home. You have weird looking shit, weird textures, weird flavor combinations, but at some point it’s supposed to be evocative of something you already know. That’s why the benedict worked - as you chewed, the unfamiliar textures gave way to a familiar flavor and mouthfeel of a thousand brunches. You came home. Or maybe it can just be about doing novel things, but that seems difficult and unsustainable.

- Perfect bites: uni, bakudan, ume-yamaimo-shiso maki. The Japanese are good at this.

- A note jotted on a business card: “Culture is built on thousands of derivatives. Never be afraid of copycats.” Wish I could remember what I was thinking about when I wrote that. I think it probably has to do with my ultimate goal of not being a Chinese restaurateur but really changing the way people consider Chinese food (and therefore Chinese communities). If I’m ever successful, I hope people rip off my menu, my business model, my whatever. I can’t do it alone.

- From Ray: the ideal California road trip would involve stops at Gardena Bowl, where Japanese grandpas congregate (probably materialized straight out of a Murakami novel) all day to smoke, eat bacon fried rice, and bowl; Cyrus; Animal; Cole’s beef dip; Bun Bo Hue An Nam in San Jose; Swan Oyster Depot; crystal crab at Hunan Homes in Los Altos; and the Santa Barbara uni farms, where a flat runs $40. Hope I didn’t miss anything.

- Best meals in the past 6 months or so were Kin Shop and Torrisi, which added a new fold into the authenticity vs. philosophy discussion. Kin Shop is so Thai even though not a single menu item could be found at, say, Sripraphai. Ditto Torrisi. It’s like Thai food and Italian food that came from parallel universe versions of Thailand and Italy. For me this is the best way to be “modern.” This is moving the conversation forward while respecting heritage. It takes hella balls to be that focused, that restrained, that logical. To me, putting a ball of mozzarella on a plate and calling that part of your prix fixe menu is far braver than vacuuming-sealing this and freeze-drying that. You only pull that off if it’s the best mozz, ever.

- Right now I’m stuck on Shopsin’s. Tried to go, got kicked out for sitting on a chair, went back, ate a mediocre, rushed, overpriced meal located in a glorified mall foyer - in SHEER TERROR. Trying to wrap my head around the experience and why, exactly why, this guy is beloved to the point of having a cookbook, a documentary, and Calvin Trillin as a personal fan. I feel like Shopsin’s is THE KEY TO SUCCESS IN THE NEW YORK RESTAURANT INDUSTRY or something, because it so utterly defies reason. Is it because New Yorkers are stubborn masochists? That’s definitely why I went back on day 2 despite being pissed off literally all day after getting kicked out the day before.

- The Tra La La juice guys in Essex Market are great. I was so scared after the Shopsin’s incident that I couldn’t even get it together enough to order a juice (old white men serving food! Eeek!) My fuckbuddy sugardaddy Holden Kortum Groves ordered me an Anxiety Potion and it was the best juice I’ve ever had: apples, grapes, lemons. So simple and clean tasting. I hope everyone will begin to patronize Tra La La and not Shopsin’s.

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/4383410686

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17706346)



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Date: April 15th, 2011 10:46 AM
Author: .,.,..,,,.,..,.,.,,,,.,.,.,...,,.,.,,,.,....,


Looks like she's using her 24/7 free time to read TTTrashy books. Pretty funny how she finds the racism alluring-since it's common knowledge that Zoe Yijing Yang used to blog about her Vietnamese whore fantasies...

http://www.claremontconservative.com/2008/04/tsl-smut-life-or-sensitivity-training.html

The first time I read Gone With the Wind, I was 15 and surprised and embarrassed that I liked loved this stodgy old romance novel (which it’s not, but that’s what I thought it was at the time).

The second time I read Gone With the Wind, I was 19 and ashamed that I loved this wildly inaccurate and unabashedly romanticized portrait of the antebellum South. I thought it made me a bad person.

The third time I read Gone With the Wind (and many viewings of the fantastic screen adaption later), I was 21 and finally coming to terms with loving it.

What has always deeply disturbed me about the novel is that you can’t just excuse its racism as fantasy. “But the South wasn’t actually this happy place where slaves and masters got along” is not a convincing argument if you really want to address Mitchell’s racism, and here’s why:

The emotional crux of the narrative rests on the reader falling in love with the first 100 or so pages - the pages that describe in gorgeous detail a world of cavaliers and balls and romance. The entire novel is about Scarlett trying to return to that world and mourning the profound loss of her youth, which are really one and the same act. So to love the story, you have to love its depiction of the plantation South. Not only that, but the racism of the book is defined by its absence in the text. The South is seductive because of its very lack of overt racism - Mitchell’s villains are Yankees and white trash. Black people are just peripheral family members: sometimes lazy, always loyal. The Civil War here is not about slavery, but pride.

So, yes, it’s fucked up.

However, Mitchell also wants you to believe a few other things, things that get lost when we only focus on the racism in the story.

1) Scarlett is a proto-feminist. From day one, she’s the hussy bearing her bosom before brunch. She eats heartily, dances when she’s not supposed to, refuses to sacrifice her youth to mourning, and, when it comes down to it, she’ll “lie, steal, cheat, or kill” to provide for her family (and pretty much does all four, plus attempted prostitution). She’s never quite the lady she aspires to be (a constant refrain in the book is “What would Miss Ellen think?”), and this is the key to her triumph. Not to mention, even back in those days, she was the girl other girls hissed about, “men flirt with her but won’t marry her.”

2) Related: Scarlett’s flaws and unladylike character are in itself a commentary on the antebellum South. Rhett/Scarlett and Ashley/Melanie are foils to each other, with Rhett and Scarlett being the vivacious, improper, practical, and ultimately adaptable “victors” of the war, and Ashley and Melanie embodying insular (literally, inbred) Southern gentility that is too frail, too dreamy, and too silly to survive (Melanie dies, Ashley is emasculated). I think Mitchell is saying that while the pre-War plantation culture certainly appeared beautiful, it was overly decadent and atrophying within. The elite white men (except Ashley and Rhett) are ridiculously out of touch with reality, puffed up untested bravado, and the reader is meant to see them as dashing, but clueless - never serious contenders for Scarlett’s heart or the fate of the nation. This, for me, is what makes it somewhat OK.

In the end, Scarlett only realizes she doesn’t love Ashley when she sees how she has surpassed him: she is far more capable than he, and far braver. Scarlett herself comes from split lineage - the noble French mother and the self-made Irish father. It’s only be embracing her Irish side that she is able to survive. (Ashley is interesting too - he’s the epitome of plantation culture, yet he’s the only plantation boy with self-awareness and intelligence. He sees the end coming, and with it his own demise. To his credit, he never tells Scarlett he loves her; he sees far before she does that she’s stronger and better than him.)

3) I think Mitchell used these foils to say something essential about the American character forged by the Civil War - we are a nation of Rhetts and Scarletts, not Ashleys and Melanies. We are sometimes jealous, bitchy, shallow, crass, and not received, but we are also passionate, resourceful, hard-working, and selfish - and selfish is a good thing here.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17773545)



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Date: April 15th, 2011 10:50 AM
Author: AUDACITY OF HOPE

Every woman should read Gone With The Wind, if only to understand that Scarlett embodies all of the worst traits of women and Melanie embodies many of the best traits of women.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#17773572)



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Date: June 7th, 2011 11:55 AM
Author: .,.,,..,..,.,.,:,,:,,.,:::,...,:,.,.:...:.,:.::.,.


"My life this week has been cooking and taking fancy pictures of my results."

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/6277604780

ROFL ROFL ROFL

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=1315806&forum_id=2#18188212)



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Date: June 18th, 2011 3:43 PM
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looks like fired McKinsey whore Zoe Yijing Yang's hanging around San Diego now...prolly sucking her azn fetish sugardaddy Holden Groves' disease-infested cock...or maybe the family (Barry Groves and Dylan Groves) joined in to sploosh Yijing Yang's flat face with a shower of bukkake cum!

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/6626085040

Crossing it off my bucket list

Yesterday I got to attend the Americans for the Arts Convention party at MOCA San Diego.

My friends who read this are mostly art-world people who know I am not an art-world person. So how did I get to go to this?

I WAS IN A FLASH MOB, BITCHESSSSS!!

I’m sorry to say I don’t have video, and from what I glimpsed in the crowd, people were too busy dissecting/critiquing the flash mob phenomenon to whip out cellular recording devices. Seriously.

Anyways, it was a blast. We did a three-piece mashup - Beyonce’s Run the World, a jazzy swing number, and Can’t Touch This with balloons as props.



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Date: June 20th, 2011 7:32 PM
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fired McKinsey azn skank Yijing Yang blogs about stuffing her face...(with food, this time...apparently she's stopped blogging about sucking UCSD Med student Holden Groves' cock for pocket money...)

ah...to be unemployed and have time to blog about insipid FOODIE shit...

http://herowndevisings.tumblr.com/post/6704349311

The beer cooler works

Yesterday at Ralph’s, I was minding my business when I heard a ruckus at the meat section. A horde of customers had swarmed up and were heckling employees.

“YO IT’S ALMOST 1, JUST BRING IT OUT ALREADY”

“DUDE WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG”

Wtf? I spied little yellow signs - turns out I had stumbled across an 8-hour sale of filet mignon and whole beef tenderloin.

“Ok guys, you want us to shelve the stuff or just bring it out in boxes?”

“BOXES!!!”

And then there was a frenzy of cardboard and blood. Vaccuum-sealed blood.

I got excited.

I dove in.

I brought home a 3 lb tenderloin. It should have been $45. I got it for $21. As I left, customers were holding 4-5 loins each and were haggling with each other over the biggest ones.

After careful internet research, I’ve decided it’s going in my Ghetto-Vide Supreme with salt, pepper, thyme, rosemary, and a few healthy glugs of Cabernet. Then I’ll finish it on the grill and serve it with a trio of butters: horseradish, lemon-parsley, and bone marrow. (I couldn’t decide).

Taters and salad on the side.

There’s really something magical about dropping a Ziploc baggie of meat into a beer cooler and coming back an hour later to find dinner.



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LOL, fired McKinsey whore Yijing Yang blogs about putting cheap stuff in her mouth...when she's not sucking Dylan Groves for pocket-money, that is ;)

"This was my favorite junk food when I was little. I didn’t get it often, because it was really expensive at $3 a box, and my mother was rightly creeped out by the concept of chicken…in a ‘biskit’

I bought it the other day because my unemployment budget is tight, it was on sale, and I thought, why not, old time’s sake. I now understand why I loved/love it: Chicken in a Biskit is the most breathtakingly efficient salt/fat/MSG delivery vehicle ever contrived. I shit you not, it’s like gluing some bread crumbs together with butter and dipping that into a chicken bouillon cube.

It’s disgusting. But so good."

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UPDATE:

Pity the poor fired McKinsey skank Zoe Yijing Yang (who's changed her name a dozen times as Google has caught up with her NUDE SEX BLOG: Zoe Yang, Jing Yang, Yijing Yang, etc).

She's gotten SICK of whoring out her fetid cunt (to Holden Groves [UCSD Medical School], among others) for pocket money. Out of DESPERATION (and delusions of grandeur), little Zoe begged a former FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR, Brittany Goodrich, for a recommendation on Zoe's hopeless quest to win a Casten grant.

Taken from the comments at http://brittsmunich.blogspot.com:

Hi Brittany,

I know this is a comment on a super super old post, but I also stumbled across your blog while researching UNISG / the Casten grant, and was hoping to get in touch with you. I'm currently unemployed and applying for the next cycle, and applying for this grant seems to be a bit different than the standard Fulbright (and I've had the hardest time getting answers!). I'd also love to hear more about your experiences with the program and (if you wouldn't mind sharing), what you've been doing after your Fulbright year. I'd really appreciate it if you could email me at jingaling@gmail.com. BTW, Fulbright/UNISG/the Casten grant doesn't run a google search, do they? Because that might cause me some problems...I can count on you for a rec, right?

Thanks!!

Zoe Yang

Well, unfortunately for illiterate Zoe, the Casten people are sure to find out ALL ABOUT the fired McKinsey skank's psychotic tendencies--as documented in this blog of hers:

I have Daddy issues, blogged Zoe Yang (aka Yijing Yang aka Jing Yang) He made me feel generally inadequate all my life. (It didn't help matters that, after blowing thousands of dollars at the Winsor School, Zoe Yang's college application was laughed off by every Ivy in the country...) I've never gotten close to friends, but I spill my guts to the person I'm fucking. That person is usually emotionally unavailable, because that's the type I need to prove that I am adequate and worthy to. That person is invariably no more capable of understanding me than anyone else in my life, but at least my asian fetish guy Holden Groves (aka Holden Kortum Groves) can make me feel better by putting a penis inside me while I beg Holden Groves to fuckie-suckie me like a cheap chink whore, writes whore Zoe Yang When we break up, I'll cut Holden Groves out of my life completely because he knows too much, and I find myself another. Repeat.

That, my friends, is how sexual dependency is born. Even though I talk like it, I am not the poster girl for healthy sexing. Moving on.

[For MOAR of whore zoe yang's blogging, see here for Zoe Yang]

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