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Standard Message #: 4603
Subject: Always a fan
From: Crystal Furr,  22 yrs
Date: Friday, March 21, 2014 @9:27 PM pacific time

Hey Tonya. Your figure Skating was amazing. I've seen old figure skating clips of you and they were really good. I admire your ability to stay strong over the years.

Standard Message #: 4602
Subject: Strong Woman
From: Michael Dropmann ,  45 yrs
Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 @12:16 PM pacific time

To the stronges women I have ever seen .Dear tonya I Hope That you are happy with your own small Family and I wish you a peacefull Life After all in your carere .best wishes from Germany Michael Ps Execuse my terrible english (Only schoolenglish)??

Standard Message #: 4601
Subject: Strong Woman
From: Michael Dropmann ,  45 yrs
Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 @12:16 PM pacific time

To the stronges women I have ever seen .Dear tonya I Hope That you are happy with your own small Family and I wish you a peacefull Life After all in your carere .best wishes from Germany Michael Ps Execuse my terrible english (Only schoolenglish)??

Standard Message #: 4598
Subject: Wells Fargo, IT Emeritus
From: Jonathan Summers,  64 yrs
Date: Monday, March 17, 2014 @12:05 AM pacific time

Hi Tonya,

Hope all is well following last nights "ESPN CLASSIC" interview, which I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU CONCERNING THE MANiPULATION OF THE MEDIA to serve themselves and only THEMSELVES!!!!!

I believed this to be true way back when that manipulator screwed you over big time, subsequently destroying your life!!!!

Well, when the freakn dumb Americans view television, those A-holes believe everything the see and hear to be the truth!!!!


I have heard of many Americans who have been subject to the exact same circumstances including myself!!!!!

Standard Message #: 4597
Subject: Always a Champ
From: warm thoughts,  60 yrs
Date: Saturday, March 15, 2014 @1:48 AM pacific time

I don't know that you will ever read this, but I felt compelled to write. After all you've been challenged with, you still keep ticking. I admire this in you and never lost my respect for you and the challenges you faced and overcame. I've had to face my own demise though circumstances quite different. Always be strong and be who you are because this is who you are meant to be. I still enjoy watching clips of your amazing skating talent. Be well. Sheila Hubans Tennessee

Standard Message #: 4595
Subject: Mom
From: Loraine Powell ,  45 yrs
Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 @8:29 PM pacific time

One more thing to add from my last message:

Are you coaching ice skaters? Is there any way you could appeal the USFSA's decision of so long ago so that you could skate again? You have so much support. I would sign a petition. I am just one person, but there are so many others who love you, believe in you and are inspired by you.

Forgive me if this is not something you want. It may just be a bad memory that you left behind and if so I am sorry. Either way, Tonya, you are so beautiful and amazing. I am in awe at your strength.

Standard Message #: 4594
Subject: Mom
From: Loraine Powell ,  45 yrs
Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 @8:21 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya I wonder if you ever see these messages, if you even bother. I totally get it if you don't but I still want to write to you. I absolutely LOVE you! I think you are amazing. I loved watching you skate when I was growing up and every once and a while these days I go on youtube and watch the videos from your performances. I know you don't care at this point but it is important for me to say that I have always been a huge fan and supporter. Whether you know it or not you are a huge inspiration to a lot of people. Thank you so much for being so strong and independent and beautiful! From one Mom to another, Loraine

Standard Message #: 4593
Subject: Our favorite!
From: Winooski Vermont,  30 yrs
Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 @5:23 PM pacific time

Tonya, my husband and I watched a documentary about you recently and related to your story. Watching you skate was really incredible. We also enjoy your comments on Tru TV's World's Dumbest. If you ever came through to Vermont, we'd buy you a drink AND invite you out skating with us. You could show us a few moves on the ice. I can only skate backwards. That's my best trick. Best of luck to you.

Standard Message #: 4592
Subject: Tonya Rules
From: Eric Wampler,  49 yrs
Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 @12:05 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya, I just had to write to you. I am probably your biggest fan. I fell in love with you the first time I ever saw you, and I just want you to know that my world is a better place because I get to see you on TV and worship you from a distance. What else can I say? You are beautiful, funny, witty, smart , and sexy. World's Dumbest is known in my home as The Tonya Show, and I could watch you 24-7. I have never written to a celebrity before, but I promised myself if I survived cancer I would write and thank you. I recorded your show , and when the chemo was the worst I would watch you. You reminded me there was beauty and laughter in the world to live for. I will continue to be your fan always. I hope that you do not mind being my fantasy girl , and if you ever get tired of being famous I invite you to come and be my Queen. Tonya Rules...E

Standard Message #: 4591
Subject: Mr.
From: Gerald Smith,  55 yrs
Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 @1:13 AM pacific time


I saw the documentary. Wow! From this point forward I will take issue with anyone who disparages your name. I wanted to slap Obama when I saw him make that comment.

I dont know where you found the strength to push through this, you are a remarkable woman and your story is not over.

Best of luck to you and your family.

Gerald Alameda, Ca.

Standard Message #: 4589
Subject: Courage
From: Adam,  44 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 09, 2014 @7:14 PM pacific time

I watched the TV interview with you and I was inspired. I suffer from Anxiety, Sever Depression and have Asperger’s. People have laughed at my expense my whole life and I’ve had to fight for where I am career wise. Recently, I was penalized financially because certain coworkers find it difficult to work with me and assigned mal intent where none was intended. I believe I would have been fired if it wasn’t for the fact that I am good at my job. I’ve know life isn’t fair but it doesn’t make it easy. I’ve by no means had to face life challenges as difficult as yours but I can relate to the feeling of having to fight for what you want. You were dealt a terrible hand of cards but you didn’t let that deter you from reaching your goals. It was unfair that the ice skating community did not see your plight and reach out and give you a place of refuge. I can relate to others not excepting you for who you are because you are different. They should have celebrated your courage to rise above your situation and helped you magnify your talent. I don’t know what your level of involvement was with Nancy’s incident but I believe you are so fiercely competitive you would never want to win by cheating. I don’t think I could have recovered from having everything I loved ripped from me with no mercy or compassion. I didn’t follow your story afterwards but I would be interested in hearing how you coped and how you got to the point when you decided you were happy with yourself. If you ever decide to write a book I would buy it. I wouldn’t discuss your involvement related to the incident with Nancy but the challenges you faced dealing with the constant hounding of the media. Some might find such a book as whining or seeking for sympathy. I would see it as a book of courage against all odds. As unfair as the world can be I haven’t lost my faith in God. I don’t mean this in a romantic sense but I believe God has always seen you as a princes and he is proud of your undaunted courage. I hope your heart is at peace and I wish you and you family happiness! One of many fans!

Standard Message #: 4588
Subject: Radar Engineer
From: Clinton,  32 yrs
Date: Friday, March 07, 2014 @7:41 PM pacific time

I was about 12-14 years old the Kerrigan issue went down, and did not think much of it (granted I was young) until I saw you on World's Dumbest Criminals. Just saw what seems to be a better-examined account of your plight on Netflix, and would like to give you a high-five for rising and enduring, and then appreciating your social interpretation. To be brief, it's nice to see someone that works hard yet is still persecuted under the most extenuating of circumstances. While I've learned never to assume you can never fully describe a person, I respect you more based upon the (what seem to be accurate) facts that I have learned versus the way things were paintededited.

Standard Message #: 4587
Subject: You will always be a star
From: glow,  49 yrs
Date: Tuesday, March 04, 2014 @5:33 PM pacific time

I remember watching the Olympics and not understanding what the story was and what was true and untrue.

I am so glad you did the movie so people can better understand what really happened.

We only heard what the press wanted us to hear and you didn't seem to have any real support to help you communicate to the press properly.

I wish you could have had a safe place to rest during the times when the press was hounding you, that part of the movie seemed the saddest part to me. ( when you were asking them to stop knocking so you could rest)

I think you are a very brave person for going on under such pressure with little support and at such a young age.

How did you did you do it? Most people would have just quit, that alone makes you a star as far as I am concerned.

I hope you find a way to make a lot of money, you deserve it after all you went through. I think a lot of people got rich off your misfortune.

Life can be so unfair and sometimes you cannot do anything about it. Don't let the story go down in history as "maybe she did it" try to clear your name while the people involved are still alive.

Good Luck

Standard Message #: 4586
Subject: A remarkable woman
From: Chris,  36 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 02, 2014 @8:56 PM pacific time

Tonya,after seeing your life story and how you were able to overcome all of your troubles I just want to hug you and cry.I couldnt fathom all of the things that you had to go through in your life and you still look so happy.I can relate to being a villian and life kicking you while youre already in the dumps.I will pray for your happiness.You were truly a down to earth, beautiful athlete and you were the best.

Keep your head up Champ Sincerely, Chris

Standard Message #: 4585
Subject: Observer
From: Whaylin,  56 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 02, 2014 @8:32 PM pacific time

Sad to see how the whole story has turned out so far.

Standard Message #: 4584
Subject: What an amazing
From: Ryan johnson,  38 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 02, 2014 @8:30 PM pacific time

Good gosh you are just an amazing athlete,wow. You are just a stunning person,You are the real deal! Your fan, Ryan Rochester,MN

Standard Message #: 4583
Subject: Legal action against
From: Kazuhiro,  72 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014 @3:36 PM pacific time

I left message few weeks go while ongoing 2014 Winter Olympic. I decide sent you message again.

That was sensational when I saw Tonya Harding special program on 2014 Winter Olympic closing ceremony. That special program was wonderful. You don't have to apologize nobody anymore, because you done enough, and you suffer and lost lot from.

You are the best most gorgeous woman and incredible skill ice-skating ever history of the whole world. Don't kidding yourself you was still the best. You got stuff.

I'm sure you and Nancy Kerrigan both grown up since then, it have been nearly 20 year passed. I am so happy to hear you have wonderful family life with beautiful son.

While I was watching you skate, a pop-up my mind about your life hardship. Info from Google as

As part of the plea bargain, she was also forced to withdraw from the 1994 World Figure Skating Championships and resign from the USFSA stripped her of her 1994 U.S. Championships title and banned her for life from participating in USFSA-run events as either a skater or a coach.

It is very unfair as USFSA and big question about decision. If I am you, I would investigate farther into and if find any unfair decision making on USFSA and put you miserable life experience. You should get some kind compensation for incredible pain and they must owe to you. You consider a legal action against them compensation as hundreds of millions dollar (no matter how much amount money is not enough as compensation what you want through hardship for nearly 20 years ) you lost your lifetime. Yes, Tonya Harding who made figure skating as famous sensational event and incredible amount resource to all media concern including USFSA and anyone involved, except Tonya Harding. It is very unfair, you should and must find sort of negligent there's part. Also least omitting banned practice skate or coach for life.

I strongly urge you to do so, if reverse decision if ever happen, it will be great asset to USA skate community and pass down great skill and knowledge to younger feature generation. Is great gift to mankind.

Tonya Harding, you are best skater in the whole world and no one ever will better than you. You got most precious gift to mankind. Please consider new life as coach. Thank you for reading, I hope you understand my English as second language.

Your lifetime fan and supporter. Kazuhiro

Standard Message #: 4582
Subject: Controls Engineer
From: Jerome,  41 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014 @2:58 PM pacific time

With the NBC special about the Harding-Kerrigan saga that aired during the Sochi 2014 Olympics, I have had a chance to re-visit my feelings about this incident.

What I know for sure:

-No investigation was able to prove you had any involvement in the attack against Nancy -Nancy was able to profit from the publicity about the attack and made millions ever since -You were stripped of everything you had worked for and lost everything.

I remember watching your performance on tv at the 1994 Olympics and being confused about what I should feel about you. Now I realize it was all because of the incessant coverage that was very much biased against you.

With time, I understand that you were given a very raw deal when you were banned from skating. That was uncalled for.

I am sorry for what happened to you and wish you the best. I believe you were a world class skater and admire your energetic style.


Standard Message #: 4581
Subject: will you marry me;)
From: Jesse,  29 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014 @10:59 AM pacific time

You are beautiful and I would love to meet you; *

Standard Message #: 4580
Subject: Thank you, Tonya.
From: Dillon,  24 yrs
Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 @9:43 PM pacific time

Hi Tonya,

I just wanted to reach out and tell you from my heart how inspirational a figure you have been in my life. I fell in love with the magic of figure skating from watching you, growing up in the early 90's. My aunt and I would be speechless in front of your performances on TV. I came from a troubled family and dark past, where the cards haven't always been in my favor. I want to thank you for showing everyone in the world who has been beaten down in life, that they can rise again and shine like a bright star.

Sending love,


Standard Message #: 4579
Subject: You were MY darling!
From: Jackie,  33 yrs
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 @11:41 PM pacific time

OH Tonya, When I was a young girl, you were my hero!I just loved you! My best friend and I were ice skaters (well, wannabees lol)and I was blonde like you, she had black hair like Nancy. I didn't like Nancy as a kid, not to be rude but through the screen I sensed her superiority complex. Anyway, one year for Halloween, I dressed up as you and my best friend dressed as Nancy and we trick or treated in our skates, that's how much I loved you. (damn it hurt too!) I was devastated to see all the things you suffered! I didn't care if you did it or not, I just loved you and I thought of you as being so much like me, like we would have been good friends:) I'm so sorry you went through all that. A few years after the Olympics, my best friends mom took us to the Sea Lion caves in Oregon. And guess who I saw? YOU! I saw you, my hero. And I cried. I was so happy. I wanted to run up to you and hug you and scream like a lunatic but I refrained. I'll never forget it though. I just had to get that out to you. I can't believe how much I feel like that little girl again writing to you, even though I am grown and have 5 children, haha. I don't know if I'm allowed to curse on here, but if I could I would say F*CK those snobby judges, F*CK those haters, and F*CK the media. (and your ex husband too!) This goes out to the one who beat the odds to get where she went, to the one who was a true champion, who overcame abuse and skated through life with an attitude of unbreakable will! You Tonya, are still one of my heroes. I love you! Jackie S. Idaho

Standard Message #: 4578
Subject: Admiration
From: Catherine,  55 yrs
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 @7:07 AM pacific time

I just watched the special they showed with the Sochi Olympics. You are one of the bravest people I know. I hope you can ignore the unkind jerks -- they are just ignorant. They have never walked in your shoes. And even if they had every privilege in the world, your critics could never have accomplished what you did.

Congratulations on all you have attained as an athlete and in life. Best wishes to your beautiful family.

Standard Message #: 4577
Subject: Cobbler
From: Jack,  34 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @9:39 PM pacific time

Tonya, I regret that I misjudged you and believed what the media presented of you. I can understand how a few unwise words spoken to the wrong people can precipitate the worst of outcomes. Given your fearless talent on the ice, I expect you had no fear and were looking forward to beating every competitor, escpecially Nancy. I regret your worst 5 minutes on the ice were your last.

Standard Message #: 4576
Subject: skating enthusiast
From: Bubblegum,  34 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @8:56 PM pacific time

Tonya, I just watched "30 on 30" and I think you should do a come back tour. Have a reality show follow you on your journey to performing a triple axle once again.

Standard Message #: 4575
Subject: meet
From: donniemay,  38 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @7:10 PM pacific time

Hi Tonya! I just wanted to say I remember seeing you skate on Tv,and what a talent you are!!! I think you're great and still as beautiful as ever!!!How can someone meet you? I'm in Ohio. Hope to hear back from you soon.Hope everything is great with you! Sincerely,Donnie May

Standard Message #: 4574
Subject: A fan of Ms. Harding's
From: Mr. Maidl,  48 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @5:52 PM pacific time

Tonya, You were an inspiration to world figure skating when you competed and you gave it everything you had. There can be no doubt that you were and are one of the best in the world! You brought enough of your own style to the sport to change it forever and you were adorable while doing so. Thank you for all that you have done and best of luck to you and your family.

Standard Message #: 4573
Subject: I love your eyes
From: Steve,  64 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @3:09 PM pacific time

Hi Darling I'd hug you any time I am alone and I usually like it that way. But I would love You

Standard Message #: 4572
Subject: You rock
From: Ted Cohen,  52 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @2:29 PM pacific time

All the best to you.

We need more real people such as you in this world.

Standard Message #: 4571
Subject: Tonya Harding
From: Vasili,  36 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @1:25 PM pacific time

I remember you on television pretty well. I heard your name since I was a very young boy. I saw you on television once in a while in recent years. I am glad you have a child. Congratulations in advance, Tonya. I am from Colorado. You travel all over the country.

Standard Message #: 4570
Subject: glad to hear you are no l
From: juliemrlbr,  45 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @11:21 AM pacific time

Hi To ya, I have been watching some of your old shows on you tube and I think it was very bad advice for the skating association to tell you to go back to your ex-husband. I really feel for you after watching all of these shows, I think you got the shaft and I feel really bad for you. I am glad however that you have found someone in life to be with and not staying alone like you said on your website. I am also glad you now have your son and you are a family. If I knew you I think we wouldbe friends. Good luck in your future and I will be watching online as you post new things about whatever you are doing. Take care

Standard Message #: 4569
Subject: Unfortunate
From: CreoleRower,  54 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @11:12 AM pacific time

When the attack on Ms Kerrigan occurred, it was embarrassing to believe an American Olympic athlete could have been involved. Accordingly, I have always tried to give you a benefit of the doubt. After twenty years, I am still more inclined to give you the benefit of the doubt and to essentially write your participation in the attack as the foolish and immature attack largely attributable to your upbringing and being an immature adult in a highly competitive event. As I watched the interview with Ms. Kerrigan earlier, I decided to google you, and found this website. I was largely impressed that it looked like you went on with your life. It was somewhat disappointing that you did not offer any apology to Ms. Kerrigan. Then I came to your links page, and found the article about the unfortunate loss of Ms. Kerrigan's father and the family drama surrounding his death. And I knew then, you have not gone on with your life. You are still bitter about being implicated in what can be one of the worst examples of sportsmanship in history. For you to build a website, pointedly ignoring Ms. Kerrigan and the attack, then to post a link to such a horrific article (and to nothing else) speaks volumes as to the petty nature of this website and you. It is sad that you refuse to address the situation honestly and openly. For what it's worth, I do not believe You will not grow until you address the attack, your participation and apologize. Good luck Tonya, perhaps one day you can address your actions honestly and put this matter behind you.

Standard Message #: 4568
Subject: Your Higher Calling
From: vgprice,  56 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @10:54 AM pacific time

I know in my heart that it’s not an accident that your worlds collided on such a high level at it did. The universe has destined you two to meet in such a public, cataclysmic way that no one could ignore the incident – you Ladies are very blessed & fortunate to be given the opportunity to make a huge dent in humanities psychic for resolution–evolution!

You & Nancy must are challenged to work together (now that you are mature women) - too dialogue (privately first) about what & why this happened to you both. It’s really very obvious, once you open you heart; soul; spirit; and mind to the “unique” way this all happened. The universe (Higher power) was at work to connect you to in such a way that you could never unwind from…but could definitely birth “greatness” from!

Both of you ladies are strong survivors (Equals) who were disrespected and treated as if you were in the wrong place at the wrong time. But you weren’t in the wrong place @ the wrong time. The universe had you collide – now make the world better because of it. IT WAS NO ACCIDENT on a Spiritual level.

Bad men with no talent were used to impacted both your lives negatively with little repercussions to them. However, as a testament to you both – you not only survived, but have continued to thrived!! The media did get in the way to make it an antagonist situation – this is the perfect platform to show women solidarity in its highest form!

Standard Message #: 4567
Subject: Let's petition for Tonya
From: Priceless,  56 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @10:01 AM pacific time

Let's start an Online Petition and a YouTube video on Tonya's behalf for re-instatement to the U.S. Skating Federation.

She must be (re-instate) given back ALL her earned titles & accomplishments!!!!

Standard Message #: 4566
Subject: Both women disrespected
From: priceless,  56 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @9:58 AM pacific time

I saw the media coverage last night of this (Incident with Kerrigan vs Harding) and am outraged that American women and all adults weren’t more sympathetic & supportive of those two talented; powerful; beautiful young ladies. It appears that as a society we just wanted to see an archetypical “Cat Fight” at the expense of those (2) young people at a time in their life when support; respect; and encouragement was what they needed most. What about those guys who actually pulled off this horrendous crime? Why aren’t you updating us on them, and also making sure that guys like that are decommissioned indefinitely. Instead, the media and the Skating Federation really used both Tonya Harding & Nancy Kerrigan in an inappropriate way to get more viewing; and to show there disrespect for women in general. In respect to Nancy Kerrigan, I also noticed that the media turned on her also by calling her a “cry baby” after the damaging injury- crime happened. Go thing it wasn’t any of their daughters huh? Even the clips showing Kerrigan’s remarks when she won silver & at Disneyland were “trivial and still instigating Cattiness. How unfortunate and small-minded. The good news is, it’s not too late to correct the matter. • Tonya Harding became the first U.S. woman to land the jump in competition when she completed it 45 seconds into her free skate at the 1991 U.S. championships. • Only one of two American woman to land a triple axle in US 20th century competition • Tonya Harding must be reinstated in excellent standing into the U.S. Figure Skating Federation – or whatever it’s official name is.

Standard Message #: 4565
Subject: We Love you Tonya!!
From: VPriceless,  56 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @9:00 AM pacific time

Hi Tonya,

Saw the (20) year anniversary program of you and Nancy last night and all I have to say is - you both have been victims in that Figure Skating Saga...further more you'd been a abusedneglected person long before you'd ever had contact with Nancy Kerrigan - Why didn't the media focus on the severe abuse that you had endured and - yes - had also overcome(?)

You are beautiful; strong; intelligent; loving; talented, etc. etc,and you're an awesome modern day role-model girls and boys!!!

You should definitely consider becoming a Skating coach. I know many people would bring there children to you for training. I definitely would! : )

Continue to live your best life & stay blessed.

Standard Message #: 4564
Subject: Dr.
From: Dr. Mike Johnson,  46 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @8:11 AM pacific time

Tonya, what you don't understand is that you're mentally ill. What you seem unable to understand is that YOU created ALL of the problems that surrounded you, and that in spite of not wanting to, your demeanor and actions mirror your mother as many abuse victims do. What you also seem unable to understand is that had you behaved like a decent, upstanding girl you COULD HAVE represented figure skating, your country and yourself and family well instead of creating and experiencing the mess you did. You were and are trailer trash. You were given the opportunity to leave that behind but instead elected to drag the entire world, including a completely innocent Nancy Kerrigan down to your level. You continue to lie and make excuses instead of truly leaving your past behind you: eg you're STILL the same Tonya Harding. Nancy showed who she was and what she was capable of - and so did you.

Standard Message #: 4563
Subject: You showed no sympathy
From: Herb,  47 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @7:44 AM pacific time

I was deeply disappointed after watching the NBC interviews of you and Nancy. Nancy showed a lot of compassion for you and what you went through and all I can remember from hearing your side was " she isn't worth it". This was the chance to change some minds out there about your reputation and by not caring you reinforced what people already thought about you 20 years ago. If you showed any compassion for Nancy at all you would have changed my opinion of you. I'm not talking about admission of guilt, either. It must have been hard going through all that back then but you did it with a smile on your face in every clip NBC showed about the media following you all over. It's just my opinion and I am one person but you could have changed lots of minds about you just by how you carried yourself and the lack of respect you showed Nancy and Mary Carillo. I wish you good luck from a 2 time Olympics volunteer!

Standard Message #: 4562
Subject: Consultant
From: Pam ,  49 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @3:43 AM pacific time

I saw the special last night on the old Kerrigan attack, and is it true that Tonya isn't coaching ice skaters?

I hope that Tonya will consider taking on some coaching. Despite the past scandal, she has a lot of talent and know-how that the next generation of skaters would appreciate having. I think most parents would look past the old question mark on her career if they could have someone who made it to the Olympics coaching their kids.

Standard Message #: 4561
Subject: shock the media
From: no voice,  53 yrs
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 @12:25 AM pacific time

you and nancy have alot in common. among other things, the media treated you both badly. tonya, your mother was emotionally abusive even if, as you say, she tried her best. why dont you shock everyone and use the manipulative media against themselves. I think you and nancy could work tohether to expose what emotional abuse does and how it ripples out to affect others. that would really give people and the media something to be shocked about. gawk and would end up giving a voice to violess victims. why not use the media and the public's obsession with gossip to a good end and talk about something no one wants to talk about. emotional violence is invisible so ppl love to blame the victim just cuz they can. people who are indifferent when you go for help is even worse. even psychologists turn a blind eye. you both should be considered chamipions just for getting to the olympics whatever your hurdles. emotional violence is like bullying. It intimidates even nice, caring ppl into siding with the bully. a true champiuon would stand up even if it means standing up alone.

Standard Message #: 4559
Subject: Hi
From: Douglas,  55 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @10:13 PM pacific time

Saw the TV show tonight with you and Nancy. Keep your chin up I am still a fan of yours and wish you the best.

Take care,


Standard Message #: 4558
Subject: Minister
From: Libby Hodges,  43 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @10:11 PM pacific time

It would be nice if Nancy and you could come together as mature women; and start none for profit charity ice skating programs nation wide for young girls in under privileged neighborhoods who have lost their fathers. Especially since both you ladies lost your fathers. Both you ladies are strong survivors who were in the wrong place at the wrong and had bad men with no talent impact both your lives; but you both survived and thrived. Don't let bad men keep you ladies apart because then they win. You ladies could use your drive, discipline, and talents to stop young under privileged womengirls without fathers from having bad men impact their lives. Tonya could coach the girls in house as a free lance skating teacher; and Nancy could take the ladies to the Skating Tournaments. I think God has a purpose for you ladies to work together and teach young ladies the love and forgiveness of Christ and protect young ladies from having baf men impact their lives; because they dont have their fathers.

Standard Message #: 4557
Subject: Writer
From: Lou Hodges,  67 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @9:55 PM pacific time

My daughter is an adult skater now. When we first got involved in skating, I was pretty skeptical when I saw the sport was controlled by big money. I have a degree in music, I tried to compete in the world of concert pianists. Big money there too. Lessons cost big money, sponsorships are hidden. So we packed up and went to Colorado Springs just to get a closer look. I sat around and watched and she skated. I made it my business to find out what wI as going on. When a former gold medalist approached me, he confided some valuable information. He said "Don't give them your money, they are looking for a half-million dollar investment before they will sponsor you." I didn't have half a million, but we kept skating the rinks and talking. We got hit up for some pretty big money. Then I noticed some judges standing around the rink, and one of the parents told me "they pick the winners ahead of time." So all these people who spend money on their kids - are just going to run into some network of judges? So I went over to the Olympic Training Center and had a chat with the Olympic Committee. I expressed my concerns, and they said "Well, why don't you take your daughter and go skate for another country? Lots of atheletes leave the US and compete for other countries."

What's the point here? I expressed my opinion to the head of the USFSA, and I contacted Christine Brennan. She phoned my home, and she was basically curt. She ran with the information, and we packed up and went home. My daughter quit skating - she skates for her own benefit now. I can believe that Tonya ran up against the machine in Colorado Springs, and she's right, she couldn't do anything to please them. They make up their minds about the marketability of a skater, and whether they're well liked. Its a lot like the symphony and opera world.

I actually saw Tonya skate, pretty spectacular jumps. I also worked for criminal investigators. I'm a paralegal. I worked on a lot of white collar crime cases. I think the ban from skating is stupid, given the corruption and big money that influences the sport. And I would like to see Christine Brennan on a pair of skates. The only news we get about skating comes form a very close group of skating insiders, like they're the big experts. So sick of hearing it. Sick of it all.

Standard Message #: 4556
Subject: will u ever get married a
From: joshua,  34 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @9:07 PM pacific time

I was just wondering if you were dating anyone youre beautiful and I would like to get to know you

Standard Message #: 4555
Subject: manager
From: maureen,  57 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @8:51 PM pacific time

Hang in there Tonya. All the best in the future.

Standard Message #: 4554
Subject: Feel Sorru
From: Joe S. ,  53 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @8:30 PM pacific time

Tonya, I just watched the special about the ordeal. It left me feeling very sorry for your upbringing yet admiring of how hard you worked and how very close you came to seeing all that hard work pay off. You're a human being who, I believe, sold yourself short and allowed yourself to become mixed up with very bad people. You then made a terribly wrong decision. One for which you paid very dearly at a very young age. Such is life. The story made me wish you could have turned back the clock and found it within you to have concentrated on your goals instead of chasing Nancy's fame. You would probably have come out way ahead in the long run regardless of whether you would have gone to the Olympics. At least you could have made a living doing what you loved. How very sad. I hope young people can learn from your mistakes. Best to you.

Standard Message #: 4552
Subject: Seattle, WA
From: Bill Johnson,  45 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @8:04 PM pacific time

Tonya, you've always been a good person it just hasn't been shown or revealed to everyone. People do a lot of stupid things when they are younger, but those people all had more guidance in life. You are a good person who might've be shown the wrong way or lead astray. You've learned a lot from those experiences, you are a better person because of it all, and you will be a great person the rest of your life. Keep it up. Always smile. Don't be afraid to dream.

Standard Message #: 4551
Subject: Some guy
From: Todd,  46 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @7:39 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya, I've seen the special reports done on the 94 situation. Here is I believe (I know it may not matter). Even though your husband was responsible for the Nancy Kerigan thing I don't believe you had any prior knowledge of this. I base this on the fact that you seemed to believe n your heart that you would kick her ass in competion.

In fact I think you would never wanted Nancy attacked because you knew u could beet her in a compitition. I think you would have loved to face her on a level field.

Like I said it may not matter to you but this is what I believe.

Standard Message #: 4549
Subject: Independence?
From: Just Dennis,  60 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @6:09 PM pacific time

Ms. Harding: I just cant take it any longer. For twenty years I have put up with the Toyna Harding jokes and I just can’t take it any longer. You were and are a woman of independence. You Ms. Harding have lived your life deliberately and for that I thank you. I am a 60 year old man who’s mother, like you was an independent woman that strived for rights of people. Not women’s rights but people rights. My mother owned her own construction company in a time when men ruled the world completely. I am a man that would have to meet with the county inspectors to get job approval for they would fail my mother because she was a woman. Ms. Karrigan was highlighted because she was an obedient woman. She obeyed the directions of men. She was controlled by men. You stated once that “You may be a little ruff around the edges but you were there to skate” is what makes me love you. You Ms Harding are a woman like my mother. And yes Ms. Harding my mother was married to a man who promoted her independence. My father like your father was a wonderful man that taught me well. He taught me that a woman has two rolls in life. One to nurture the love of her man and the other to live her life to the fullest.

Every time Ms. Karrrigan speaks she sets women’s rights back to the dark ages. Please Ms. Harding stand strong, make no excuses (as you have not done) and Keep women’s rights strong. Just because a woman lives her life independently doesn’t mean she is trash. I have never believed the trash said about you and never will. I as a man thank you.

Standard Message #: 4548
Subject: La la land
From: Arnold Borick,  58 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @5:52 PM pacific time

Just watched the special on the 1994 incident between Tonya and Nancy. Tonya was lying in 1994 and she lies today. No one believes she wasn't involved in the attack on Nancy. Look at Nancy today and then look at Tonya. You reap what you sow.

Standard Message #: 4547
Subject: Shame on you, Tonya!
From: Onesmartchick50,  58 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @5:51 PM pacific time

I recall the events that took place 20 years ago, and have just finished watching the summarydocumentary of those events just prior to the Sochi Olympic Closing Ceremony. I have to say Tonya, you were then and still are trailer trash and narcissistic whiner. Ms. Kerrigan during the final Sochi Interview and during the entire 1994 ordeal, was eloquent and considerate, wishing you only the best for your life now, and to finally put this to rest and move on with your lives. You, on the other hand are anything BUT eloquent and considerate, and your culpable guilt was clear right from day one, 20 years ago. You may not have had family stability Ms. Kerrigan did, but you had the choice to rise above your circumstances and be a better person, but you chose not to. Shame on you then, and shame on you now. Put your big girl panties on, grow up, and try to be nice for the remaining years you have on this earth.

Standard Message #: 4546
Subject: I salute you!
From: Carnel,  52 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @5:47 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya, I cannot be more proud of you today, after watching the documentary on NBC you still the same person down to earth, I really don't care about the past, I believe every body deserve a second change and take advantage of. I'm your number one fan,good luck with your family,I know good things are in the near future for you, understand that sometimes we are up and sometime we are down this is how life is.

My family loves you!!!!!! We wish only the best !!!!!!!!!

Standard Message #: 4545
Subject: ?
From: rolyatstterb,  59 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @5:22 PM pacific time

I would like to meet you, look in your eyes, and feel the connection I feel now watchinh th NBC show..

Standard Message #: 4544
Subject: Best Wishes
From: Frank,  54 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @5:22 PM pacific time

Hello Miss. Tonya. I am not much of an ice skating fan but I must admit I am a fan of you for the way you fought back thru all the adversity that has come your way. You are a. Dry beautiful woman with a fantastic family. Best wishes to you and the best of luck in all you do in the future. Keep the positive attitude. Your one fantastic woman. Frank

Standard Message #: 4542
Subject: Hope for You
From: Bobby,  59 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 @4:28 PM pacific time

Tonya, I followed your career for years and you are a very talented young lady! You have had some bad luck but I truly believe your are a very fine person! I wish you all the best from here on! An admiring friend!

Standard Message #: 4541
Subject: fan
From: Vlad Babin,  44 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @10:28 PM pacific time

Hi Tonya, I was always your big fan. You are a great athlete. Take care, Vlad Babin, DC.

Standard Message #: 4540
Subject: Syd Smith
From: Syd Smith,  63 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @9:32 PM pacific time

I'm not sure, but it may have been Frazier (Kelsey Grammer), who said that in order to achieve true mental health, some people need to seriously distance themselves from their birth family, and, in my case at least, I could not agree more. We are hardwired from birth to seek validation from our birth family,and when that is not forthcoming, it takes great strength to achieve our own, self validation. How different your whole life might have been had you a caring and nurturing mother, as opposed to the witch presented on Feb 2014 TV show. I know how you must have felt, growing up, and my heart goes out to you.

I read about you in Guideposts Magazine, and was shocked when the battering incident happened, and all the resultant hoopla. Too bad you hooked up with Gilooly; that wouldn't have happened if you had better feelings of self worth. I also married the wrong person, in order to get away from my mother. How do we have pride in ourselves when our own family thinks we're idiots?

I don't know what really happened 100yrs ago, and I don't care. My thoughts center around the strong young woman who did something no other woman had ever done, who fought all by herself, who built herself into a Wonder woman, with no help from virtually anyone. The U.S does well in the Olympics because we have the money, time and cultural hubris to create heroes. What is truly heroic is when someone does it without the help; and that's just what you did.

I hope you will always be proud of what you accomplished. You weren't ever a silly blonde with frizzy hair, you were a beautiful, strong young woman. I personally think the penalty they gave you was much too severe; punishment, yes; banishment, no. Unfortunately the Olympics is a stuck-up, politic organization.

I remember hearing on the news how NK thought the Disney parade she was in was "stupid", and how she hated it and the whole Disney atmosphere surrounding Disney's fantasy world of happiness for kids and adults. You wouldn't have thought that way, you would have embraced it: the kids, the color and excitement, the whole Disney ethic.

You should have been the Disney Princess, because in your heart and soul, that's who you really are. Be happy and proud, there are many people who love you.

Standard Message #: 4539
Subject: Thanks for your honesty
From: H. Russell,  25 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @8:52 PM pacific time

I recently watched the ESPN special about Tonya Harding and I wanted to express the fact that I can really relate with her story. This is my message for Tonya.

My mom was abusive too and she hit me with a hairbrush, only to move onto using a hairdryer as her weapon. It's not easy growing up with childhood trauma. I certainly cannot imagine going from a life of childhood abuse into the hands of an abusive husband. Really, you must have been terrified inside despite your tough exterior.

I'm grateful for women like you who give hope to young girls who might not fit into the "perfect princess" role. You're a shining example of working hard to get what you want out of life, and that's an important message.

I am sorry to see that men jumped on the opportunity to try to sabotage your career and your life. You were a wonderful skater. You had the skill to win any competition. Stress and pressure can really hinder our ability to concentrate, and any minor mishaps that happened to you during your performances were not your fault.

I really think that your story is one that many other young women can relate to also. You were a survivor. You not only endured some horrible situations in your life, but you also gave skating your best shot. I'm inspired by you. I hope that someday, I can also rise up from the ashes of my trauma and accomplish something great. When I see you, I see an amazing athlete; and I am sorry you were put in the middle of Nancy's injury.

Thank you for being forthcoming and sharing your side of the story with us!

Standard Message #: 4538
Subject: Remember you on TV
From: Cassie,  46 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @6:13 PM pacific time name is Cassie. I've always been a huge fan of watching ice skating on TV and especially in the Olympics. In the late 70'searly 80's I was a competitive roller skater. I loved it. I loved watching you skate. You were such a strong skater. I recently watched you in an interview where you said you got in trouble for a pink outfit you made. First of all, I thought it was beautiful. The fact you made it made it even more special. My mom made most of my outfits. She made all my competitive dresses. I loved them. I loved all your dresses too. I'm sorry people didn't see you as the tremendous skater you were. I was always a fan of yours.

Take care Cassie

Standard Message #: 4537
Subject: Mr.
From: robculbie,  69 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @5:24 PM pacific time

I don't know whether this will ever reach Tonya, but I felt compelled to write after seeing an ESPN show about Tonya and Nancy on Netflix. I wasn't expecting this reaction, but, I really felt very saddened for the way things developed for Tonya. If the show was accurate, Tonya really had a very difficult upbringing and, against all odds, was so very successful in skating. From what I saw, she was superior to many of the current skaters in the Olympics. I was touched by how strong she was in the face of all the controversy and troubles, and hope that she truly was not involved in the planning of the attack on Nancy Kerrigan. I believed her in the show. She really is quite resilient and it really hurt when the one thing she was so good at was taken away. Despite all the horrible press, I felt a fondness for Tonya and think she may have gotten a very bad deal. I do believe there was some class issues going on, which were unfair.

My best to you Tonya.

I admire her spunk and was surprised at how articulate she is, given her relatively limited educaton. I wish her the best for the futureand applaud her strength

Standard Message #: 4536
Subject: I salute you!
From: Royh,  45 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @5:15 PM pacific time

In 1994 I was 25 years old. I was working a couple of dead-end jobs and feeling miserable. I remember thinking that you were involved with the attack on Kerrigan. I remember thinking how sad it was that you had stooped so low. I felt the same way yesterday.

My opinions were informed by the media, of course. I guess Kerrigan was the person we were supposed to root for. I know that I rooted for her. The media circus did not allow us a peek behind the curtain to see how much they harassed you. They never showed you respectfully requesting that they let you have a few moments of peace so that you could sleep.

Well, tonight I watched "The Price of Gold". I no longer feel that you were involved in the planning of the attack. I am amazed at how well you responded to all the negativity that was thrown your way. You were graceful and poised. You were respectful to the reporters who gave you no peace. I respect you for all of that.

No one can ever take away your Triple Axel first. No one can ever take away your status as a US Olympian. I hope that you are proud of who you are and what you accomplished. As an American who you represented I know that I am as proud of you as I am of any American who steps out into the limelight and has a go at the world.

Stay strong!

Standard Message #: 4535
Subject: Good for you!
From: Dash of Rosemary,  39 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @4:22 PM pacific time

I didn't know much about your story at the time, but just watched a documentary on your life experience, and WOW you have some spirit! I completely appreciate how hard you had to work to make your life something you wanted to hold on to. Good for you!!! I wish you the best with your new husband, and I hope you pass your strength on to your son.

Standard Message #: 4534
Subject: The Price of Gold
From: Michael,  45 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @2:19 PM pacific time


I recently watched the documentary "The Price of Gold." We are the same age, so we grew up in the same generation. I too grew up in the NW (Alaska specifically.)

At the time of the incident, in 1994, I was living in Europe, so I didn't see as much coverage as I would have had I been living in the US at the time.

I have no opinion or judgement regarding involvementnon-involvement.

All I can say is that I feel for you for the fallout that you experienced, but admire you for the fighter you were and are. To think that I could have survived what you went through at just 24 years of age...I don't think I would have. Certainly not with the stoicism you exhibited.

I'm glad that you have found happiness in your life. And I'm glad Nancy did as well. Now that we are all getting older--I guess it's about time.

Standard Message #: 4533
Subject: Enviromentalist
From: John Thompson,  49 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @7:43 AM pacific time

Dear Tonya,

You have such a pretty smile! I love your recent photos. I think you have gotten prettier because you have a loving heart and soul.

I believe you have grown into a beautiful lady inside and out.

I would love to communicate with you.

Warmest regards

Standard Message #: 4532
Subject: Still a fan
From: DanielR,  44 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @7:41 AM pacific time

Tonya, I just recently watched the ESPN documentary about you and Nancy Kerrigan and it made me absolutely sick to my stomach to see the outrageous amount of pressure that was put on you by the media. I think about how I would have reacted in that situation and I'm pretty sure I would have either folded my tent and bowed out of the scene completely or I would have been jailed for punching out a reporter! You were already my favorite heading into the 1994 Olympics (OK, I'll admit it...I was 25 and I thought you were sexy!) and the media scrutiny made me root for you all the more because it's so nauseating the way they'll go after a story like a plague of locusts. I may be one of the few in this country that refuses to appoint themselves as judge and jury in such events, so I can honestly say I'm glad that you held up so well for the most part and I'm sorry that you were denied a fair chance at Olympic success. I wish you nothing but the best in your future.

Standard Message #: 4531
Subject: One lifetime
From: Pod3527,  60 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @5:00 AM pacific time

It is time to leave the past behind and move forward. All of us have regrets..the what come...the whys... Life continues and we all need to let it go..anything that does not serve you purpose needs to evaporate and disappear. It is so easy to hold on to the negative ions of our psyche. God forgives and in the long run He is the only one that matters. You and your family have come a long way...May The Lord watch over you and yours.

Standard Message #: 4530
Subject: Tonya Harding
From: Matt,  22 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 @12:45 AM pacific time

I watched the documentary Price of Gold on Netflix and obviously was amazed at the situation. I also must say that I think after all this time finally getting the truth of your chest may help you.

I'm sorry but to anyone who is not totally oblivious it is obvious you are not being truthful. You can see it in your eyes that you just want to believe you own lies but you know yourself still you are lying,

It is also obvious after going through these comments that you or whoever runs this site is writing comments as other people. The repetition of certain phrases, grammatical errors and slang is pretty obvious.

You made your own bed, if you told the truth about it people may have forgiven you. People make mistakes, but god damn it must hurt you trying to sell not only everyone else, but yourself on this ridiculous lie. You actually insulted the person who you had attacked for being rude that she was not friendly to you weeks after you try to sabotage her chance at the olympics. How do you sleep at night.

Standard Message #: 4529
Subject: good for u
From: mike,  38 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @10:59 PM pacific time

When I was a boy growing up I would often see you being covered by "inside edition" and so forth.. I always held a smile to think that stuck up 'B' nancy got what was coming to her and you were always more real to me as a kid from an average lower income american family and everything kerrigan represented to me was what was sociologically wrong with america.. A regal princess saying "let them eat cake".. Anyway, good for u that your SO past the whole thing and nancy is still wimpering about it 20 years later.. The only thing I fault you for is the 'sex tape' thing.. I'm sure your legacy as a person and skater deserves more than that.. What an AS@h@@ ex husband to do that. Good luck in your life.

Standard Message #: 4528
Subject: Couldn't agree more
From: Just the truth,  44 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @10:42 PM pacific time

It would be best for you to be honest and come clean with the truth. It seems it is completely foreign for you to own up to your role in what happened to Nancy Kerrigan. Your inability to be truthful and take responsibility for your actions is clear to so many who can see through your defenses and disconnect from the reality of the pain you played a direct part in. Why not be an example for your child and those who care for you by being authentic about what really happened? Until you do that, you will never be truly happy and at peace. The alternative is to keep playing the charade you have for the last 20 years and put all the blame for what happened on others. It's sad. Change your stars!

Standard Message #: 4527
Subject: Forgiveness
From: Warrior Queen,  55 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @1:19 PM pacific time

YOu say you had nothing to do with the attack on Nancy Kerrigan, and I wonder if you have ever really taken responsibility for what happened to her. These new documentaries tell "your side" of the story and you are extremely dismissive toward her, which is unfortunate. Have you ever tried to sit down with her? Has your apology ever been face to face. Even if you didn't attack her, you know who did, and you turned a blind eye to it. You were an extremely talented skater and a record breaker, and I applaud you for that. You were a victim of your crazy and abusive husband, and I have much empathy for you about that. In the middle, though, you were indifferent to a competitor, and history will never record which of you was the best, and not because you skated one on one after the attack. All these stories painting you as pitiful are weakened by that fact that your apologies have been dismissive and tepid. I am disturbed that you aren't able to pull your "big girl" panties up and account to Nancy Kerrigan, wounded by your team. You may not have done it directly, you may not have been able to stop it, but uyou cannot dismiss a competitor who was damaged because of those around you. Are you really at peace.

Standard Message #: 4526
Subject: Inspiring
From: StephKG,  43 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @1:06 PM pacific time

I am a big figure skating fan and while I knew a little about your story back in the day, it wasn't until now that I have watched interviews and footage of your skating and have gotten to learn more about you. You are a true testament of someone who has experienced troubled times and have landed on your feet again. I try not to judge people for their mistakes, especially when I don't know them personally. What I have read about you and the footage I've seen (thank you, YouTube!!) made me want to tell you that I find you inspiring in many ways. Congratulations on your marriage and baby! If you ever taught ice skating in LA, I would certainly sign up. I love to skate! Best to you, Stephanie

Standard Message #: 4525
Subject: A Blues Band for you
From: Red Baron,  70 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @11:30 AM pacific time

Dear Tonya, First-Best wishes to you forever. I lived in Oregon from 1970-1998 and miss it every day. The music scene remains vibrant there. My thought is this. If you are interested, please consider taking some singing lessons.Maybe you can already sing. You can contact some Blues musicians in PDX and maybe form the Harding Blues Band. Musicians can be helpful and supportive. Your theme or first song or CD title could be: "I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues. This thought is not intended to be a joke. Take all the positive and negative energy that comes your way and consider using it to re-invent yourself as a Blues Diva. Regardless, safe travels & best wishes.

Standard Message #: 4524
Subject: Still today
From: Henryphilip77,  37 yrs
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014 @2:42 AM pacific time

You are still as beautiful today as you were in the Olympics. I live in Portland and if I had my way it would be fantastic to take you out for a drink or dinner.

Standard Message #: 4523
Subject: Stay Strong
From: Elizabeth,  47 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014 @8:43 PM pacific time

Keep skating. Teach others. Never forget you have a first In the world moment with your triple axle. Nobody can take that historical moment from you. I respect your talent and perseverance . You are loved. Stay strong.

Standard Message #: 4522
Subject: kiwi
From: WoodBeeSage,  76 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014 @7:17 PM pacific time


Dear Tonya,

I think the CBS use of your problem was reprehensible. They had a boring piece and the used you.

Dear Tonya,

The CBS's use of your problem was to fill in a boring time. Cheap shot!

Standard Message #: 4521
Subject: Big fan!!
From: Dariusz,  32 yrs
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014 @7:17 PM pacific time


I just watched the Netflix documentary. I'm feel that you got a very raw deal. I think the bad was ridiculous, and even the guilty plea was a joke - I mean that you we're being threatend to keep quiet by the person who 'loved' you. I think that you did very we'll leading up to the Olympics, providing that your whole existence was under a microscope while you tried to prepare. I ended up searching some videos of your performances on YouTube!!

Wish you all the best. Being a parent makes everything else seem less important.

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