by Rebecca Carter
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And in the true sense of green gossip, we bring you another update on Larry & Laurie David related news. Shortly after we first broke the story of the eco-couple’s split, reader Jackie Mendez-Diez commented:

Actually, Laurie David has been creating one HUGE carbon footprint here on Martha’s Vineyard for the last 6 years. Her disgusting and ostentatious trophy building has been virtually ceaseless for about 6 years now. The trucks and pollution stop only when Mrs. Carbon Sasquatch is here for her summer vacation, making herself the center of everyone’s attention.

And I’d say the fact that I saw Laurie and her hottie but dumb building contractor, Bart Thorpe, holding hands while walking on a secluded dock to a boat yesterday, has a lot more to do with her marriage breaking up than the scratchy toilet paper she’s forced on her family. I’ve also seen Bart bicycling in front of my house with a little girl he kept calling, Romy. Bart, coincidentally, left his wife recently, too.

I met Laurie David 6 years ago. I didn’t like her then. I don’t like her now. She is the prime example of a spoiled, selfish, rich girl who says, “do what I say, not what I do”. She is a narcissist and a hypocrite to the nth degree.

Seems that the NY Post agrees. They’ve published a story with much of the same information (a month after Jackie’s comment on I’m not sure I want to get in the middle of all of this. Gawker picked up the story yesterday and I think they put it just right:

Man. Other than the fact that she thinks posting nasty blog comments about her neighbors is an appropriate venue for dispute-settlement, we’re kind of liking this Jackie Mendez-Diez! “Scratchy toilet paper.” Heh. Seriously, life is too short for that stuff.

About Rebecca Carter

Rebecca Carter is the Co-Founder of Ecorazzi. Rebecca was recently featured in the book Hot, Rich, and Green. She is one of 70 eco-achievers featured in Glamour magazine in April 2009, named Best of Green 2010 by Miami Magazine and Best Environmentalist by Miami New Times Best of 2008. She's raising a couple of little boys in Miami and speaks English & Spanish. Find out more at Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @rebeccacarter

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  • Dave S.

    People ask me why I’m an AGW skeptic. I tell them that when the loudest and shrillest proponents have carbon footprints about 50 times bigger than mine, it’s a little hard to take it seriously. When Laurie, Al, Leonardo and the rest of the mansion-dwelling doomscreamers start living like they talk, then I’ll start listening.

  • RemyC

    The strangest thing is that the majority of successful actors and hollywood professionals live out of a suitcase 11 months out of the year, from hotel to motel anyway… They live on set… a bohemian life… So these are just real estate investment trophie homes, used by agents and managers to host industry functions. The stars themselves, are never there.

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  • Offgrid

    Never there or not – they seem to take up a lot of energy to run, and maintain these places. I think if you are going to sound the alarm of pending global doom due to over consumption, maybe you should consume less. Otherwise don’t bother. Maybe they know that there is really nothing that can be done to stop the coming demise and are enjoying every last second, by consuming as much as they possibly can. You know – Live for today.