Julie Roehm, Sean Womak Gush Lustful Thoughts Over Email

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Oh please. Do we really need to know what Julie Roehm and alleged lover Sean Womack said to each other over email? Reading other people's email is never a good thing. Especially when it has to do with interpersonal relationships. It's like watching your parents have sex. Some things should never be shared.

Having to read Roehm gush things like, "I think about us together all the time. Litle moments like watching your face when you kiss me. I loved your voice mail last night and love the idea of memory and kept thinking/wishing that it would have been you and I there last night. So there's a little head action for you," is just not necessary. And it's especially not necessary to read Womack reply, "That was some good head action for me." Ew. Please. This stuff just belongs between two lovers. Not in court documents.

by Steve Hall    Mar-20-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Bad, Policy   

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Ok, that is not even sexy talk. "Watching your face when you kiss me"..what does that even mean. Not very good 'head action' at all. Lame.

This would be more juicy and fun if they were both single - but both are married- sad.

Posted by: Kate on March 20, 2007 11:51 PM

you say, "Ew. Please. This stuff just belongs between two lovers." yet you, along with every blogger and news source, broadcast the tawdry details without hesitation. sadly, it's like the proverbial train wreck you just can't look away. as if our business doesn't have enough troubles.

Posted by: HighJive on March 21, 2007 11:06 AM

"wishing that it would have been you and I there last night"
Roehm's grammar is as bad as her marketing strategy and tactical execution. It should read, "... you and me," obviously.
She is easy on the eyes, though.

Posted by: Snark Attarck on March 21, 2007 12:58 PM

I am sad for Julie. I am sure she brought some of this on herself, but seriously...this is the most vindictive bullsh*t I have ever seen. Who cares really???
Yes the train wreck caused me to stop and read...and morbid curiosity!
This could have easily been me at some time in my life.

I hope she lands on top~

Posted by: Heather on March 21, 2007 1:12 PM

I am sad for Julie. I am sure she brought some of this on herself, but seriously...this is the most vindictive bullsh*t I have ever seen. Who cares really???
Yes the train wreck caused me to stop and read...and morbid curiosity!
This could have easily been me at some time in my life.

I hope she lands on top~

Posted by: Heather on March 21, 2007 1:13 PM

Yeah, the real scandal here is exposing the fact that someone got that high up in marketing and doesn't even know proper grammar. Typical marketing exec, though--all style, no substance.

Posted by: Lesley on March 21, 2007 1:38 PM

People, people...when we will learn the salient lesson here?

E-mail=public forum. Even pre-Sarbanes-Oxley, all corporate-type email has always ended up on some server-or-other where it will stay, eminently retrievable, for the next zillion years.

So, as the IT guy at my old agency always told me (while we kicked back in the server room, reading my Creative Director's emails), "Don't say anything over corporate email you wouldn't be ready to shout in front of a crowded room..."

:-)

Posted by: The Vice of Reason on March 21, 2007 1:42 PM

And don't sue your former employer if you've left a trail of emails you wouldn't be ready to shout in front of a crowded room.

Posted by: PZR on March 21, 2007 1:49 PM

oh, I'm sure Julie will end up on top

Posted by: bdb on March 21, 2007 4:10 PM

Listen all you dipshits expressing sorrow for Julie... She decided to sue one of the biggest companies in the galaxy for "Wrongful Dismissal" knowing that she had left emails on the company server, not to mention her lovers wife was reading all her soporific emails. But forget the sex shit if that upsets you. Concentrate on the fact that while on the Wal-Mart payroll doing a full blown agency search, she and Sean were negotiating for a job at Draft/FCB... Then all the meals and kick backs etc. This stupid bimbo deserves everything that's going to happen to her. She will spend the rest of her life paying Wal-Mart's legal bills... And if you can "force" yourselves to read more of this unsavory stuff, it's all at www.AdScam.typepad.com... Highly recommended by Tim and Angela.
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on March 21, 2007 6:45 PM

One of my favorite sayings is, "If you don't want it to appear on the cover of tomorrow's New York Times, don't write in in email today."

This is another in the latest of people who just don't understand that their own words can be used against them. Think of the Gonzales firing of the attorneys general.

Roger
Blog: Death By Email

Posted by: Roger Matus [TypeKey Profile Page] on March 25, 2007 9:17 PM

One of my favorite sayings is, "If you don't want it to appear on the cover of tomorrow's New York Times, don't write in in email today."

This is another in the latest of people who just don't understand that their own words can be used against them. Think of the Gonzales firing of the attorneys general.

Roger
Blog: Death By Email

Posted by: Roger Matus [TypeKey Profile Page] on March 25, 2007 9:19 PM







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