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Standard Message #: 4751
Subject: Radio Personality
From: Mark,  49 yrs
Date: Monday, November 16, 2015 @8:09 PM pacific time

Hey Tonya! Been trying to touch base with you, and couldn't find a direct way so figured we'd try this. I co-host "Anarchy Radio" here in Portland, Ore We'd love to have you on sometime! PLEASE find our page on facebook and send us a message www.facebook.comanarchyam

Standard Message #: 4750
Subject: Radio Personality
From: Mark,  49 yrs
Date: Monday, November 16, 2015 @7:07 PM pacific time

Hey Tonya! Been trying to touch base with you, and couldn't find a direct way so figured we'd try this. I co-host "Anarchy Radio" here in Portland, Ore We'd love to have you on sometime! PLEASE find our page on facebook and send us a message www.facebook.comanarchyam

Standard Message #: 4749
Subject: Happy Birthday
From: Ronald Witt,  51 yrs
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015 @10:44 PM pacific time

Happy Birthday Tonya. I hope you are happy and doing well.

Standard Message #: 4748
Subject: just a guy
From: Jym West,  63 yrs
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015 @7:50 AM pacific time

I wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday, and pass along that I have long respected you for your ability to put up with all the junk that some not-so-nice people dish out. It seems to me you have always lived your own life on your own terms, and you should be proud of that. Many years ago, you were nice enough to me to send me an autographed picture, which, to this day, hangs in my game room. Visitors and friends often ask about it and I tell them how nice you were to send it to me.... a side of you that too many people overlook. Anyway, Happy Birthday!

Standard Message #: 4746
Subject: Hey girl
From: Pipelinergirl,  50 yrs
Date: Friday, October 30, 2015 @5:27 PM pacific time

Just a quick note to say Hello, and keep on keeping on! I thought of you today, you don't know me and I don't know you. I Google you and found your site. I do hope all is well for you my dear. If you ever come out of retirement, I have an 8 year daughter who would love to learn to skate, we have a rink in Eugene....take care Miss T, I hear ya, and feel ya with the alone thing, that's me most of the time to, I work on the road a lot, but if you ever get the inclining to instruct, my spunky, sassy long blonde,8 year, who is a total ham, and adorable, would benefit the rest of her life from that kind of opportunity from you. PEACE. NAOMI

Standard Message #: 4745
Subject: aerospace
From: Aerolady29,  57 yrs
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 @3:06 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya.

I just watched a movie regarding what happened back in the day (Netflix called, "30 for 30: The Price of Gold), the incident with Nancy Kerrigan, and after all these years, I am now convinced of your innocence, as I think I have been all along. I believe that idiot husband of yours ruined your life and career (at that time) by misleading and lying to authorities to save his own skin. They are who you associate with...and unfortunately you got involved with someone who wasn't suitable nor deserving of a good person like you. Oh, and that so-called childhood friend interviewed in the movie is also an idiot because of her statement that she thought you were involved. I shouldn't be judgmental, but, with friends like her, who needs enemies?! I, too, have taken some wrong turns in my life as well, but I love a man who makes me laugh and cry (sometimes simultaneously); he's a good Christian man I have known almost 11 years. I am truly blessed.

Anyway, I do believe in you, Tonya,and I sincerely hope that you are happy.

All the best,

Standard Message #: 4742
Subject: hello
From: Bill johnson,  46 yrs
Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 @3:43 AM pacific time

Hello miss tanya harding I'm here to wish you the best and sincere congratulations to you having your first child and always go forward there always a rainbow on the other side take care

Standard Message #: 4741
Subject: I'm still ypur fan Luv ya
From: Dwayne Fowler,  54 yrs
Date: Monday, October 19, 2015 @10:56 AM pacific time

Hi Tonya, I'm still your fan and I wish you all the best! You didn't let anyone control you, you did your thing and you did it well!! I still believe you were and always will be better than Nancy! Peace! Dwayne Fowler

Standard Message #: 4739
Subject: former figure skater 25 y
From: georgia overdorf,  72 yrs
Date: Sunday, October 11, 2015 @10:27 AM pacific time

You were the best female jumper EVER, even better than Midori Ito. Are you sure that u are not really Amy Schumer??

Standard Message #: 4738
Subject: Keep up your spirit
From: Miss Elise,  47 yrs
Date: Wednesday, October 07, 2015 @11:58 AM pacific time

Glad to see you on the WDC show. We all have made crappy mistakes in our lives,but to be truthfully honest, you have a wolluping amount of talent and probably could have taken the top three Olympic positions, if not gold. Seems everyone's got the chance,to me, the way other competitions have turned out. I always thought Nancy was on the arrongant side. She deserved a silver to Oksana. Keep going on and staying strong!


Miss Elise

Standard Message #: 4737
Subject: MS.
From: MTULIP,  37 yrs
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 @9:57 PM pacific time

Dear Ms. Harding, I am confined to a wheelchair and I am middle-aged. I am afraid I am coming to my last chance to ever walk at all.I get distracted by school, health problems and other things and I just forget because CP is so overwhelming. Cerebral Palsy is a n accident at birth caused by lack of oxygen. I exercise my stomach, and realize my back is weak, I exercise my back and realize my legs are weak. I hope you can encourage me. So I ask you: When you were training how many hours a day did you exercise ? How did you fit your exercise into doing other things? Do you exercise a lot now? Thanks

Standard Message #: 4736
Subject: getting past mistakes wev
From: David Gibbs,  50 yrs
Date: Monday, August 24, 2015 @11:30 AM pacific time

I know about mistakes I've made enough of them in my life we can't change them but we can learn from them I would say you've done that and grown stronger you've given me inspiration and I thank you for that and on a another note you are one good looking woman the older you get the better you look and yes maybe I'm flirting with you but your worth it.

Standard Message #: 4735
Subject: Hi Tonya!
From: Rachel,  28 yrs
Date: Sunday, August 23, 2015 @12:51 AM pacific time

Hi Tonya! It's Rachel from Houston. I admire your spirit and think you are a good sport.

Standard Message #: 4734
Subject: to Tonya
From: B Lindsey,  44 yrs
Date: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 @12:56 PM pacific time

Have always been behind Tonya since bs started. Still think she's one of the hottest women around. Am not any kind of stalker or obsessed person. Just wanted her to know she still has some men who admire and think she's smokin. Wink

Standard Message #: 4733
Subject: Time Heals
From: Jon Hill,  57 yrs
Date: Tuesday, August 04, 2015 @1:00 AM pacific time

Time heals all wounds. Others will take over as the period bad girl for a particular time and the butt of jokes. But keep your head high and just move on. We all eventually forget and forgive. In any case you have been taken over by Patricia Driscoll now as the hated person and liar of this Point in Time in History. God Bless you and enjoy mother hood and the rest of your life.

Webmaster Comment: Funny cause people keep telling me that "Time Wounds All Heels". The title was from a 1942 Science Fiction story, "Time Wounds All Heels" by Robert Bloch. The idea is that time itself can play tricks and punish those heels who try to travel with a time machine. Am I a heel? Only time will tell.

Standard Message #: 4732
Subject: RN
From: Angie Hemphill,  40 yrs
Date: Saturday, August 01, 2015 @7:00 PM pacific time


I've never wanted anyone's autograph (no disrespect to your expertise) and I've never sent an Olympianpublic figure any comment on social media.

I just watched the documentary, 30 for 30: The Price Of Gold. In the recent past, I saw you on some random reality show.

Just want to thank you for having such a strong self-concept. For growing as a person, despite the horrifying scrutiny you had to endure.

You are truly an inspiration to me--some random nursestranger in Pittsburgh (originally from Mississippi.)

Plus, LOVE your rough edgesbad-ass-ness.

All best, Angie

Standard Message #: 4731
Subject: hot and heavy
From: moondog,  50 yrs
Date: Monday, July 13, 2015 @4:41 PM pacific time

yes, i'm still in love with you.....the more I see you..the more I want you, like the song says. you look very yummy....

Standard Message #: 4729
Subject: Live perfirmances
From: mike,  46 yrs
Date: Saturday, July 11, 2015 @8:35 PM pacific time

I'm not so interested in "live performance" but more a chance to meet you and whatever more. That's all. Stay strong!

Standard Message #: 4728
Subject: 1991 Skate America
From: Gareth,  18 yrs
Date: Thursday, July 09, 2015 @3:56 AM pacific time

Tonya, your long program at skate america was fantastic. Even though it was such a long time ago I always find myself watching it. Your spins were so atheltic and have amazing style and I really enjoy watching the speed and power of your spins, much like surya bonaly of france who was also a very poweful skater.

Hope your having a wonderful time with your life now and never forget you were the triple axel queen !

Standard Message #: 4727
Subject: Tonya's Innocence
From: EdRBelievesYou,  63 yrs
Date: Saturday, July 04, 2015 @3:18 PM pacific time

I recall watching you stumble with broken laces. Like most, I scorned you at that time, but started to feel sorry for you. I wondered why. Later I knew in my gut that you were not acting like the guilty party. I hailed from Kerrigan's hometown. Years later her brother was tried for murdering his father. Much earlier than that, I had a classmate in the top 10 men's singles that expressed what a ruthless world figure skating was, how every dirty trick in the book was used to sabotage the competition. This was Boston. He was really depressed about it. Hockey is also a sport with a lot of dirty playing. I looked into the crime last year. I concluded that your ex knew he would be booted if you got money for security and lawyers to protect you. He used your money to make a deal with the Kerrigan camp. Her knee wound was superficial and in wrong place. Things screwed up a bit, and Jeff did damage control, but he conspired against you, not for. Originally, it was a psych out job to make you look bad and Nancy look good. Things screwed up a bit. Your ex got money after prison to set up business. Suspicious? Millions at stake, egos and money for associates. Not sure about Nancy, but likely bro dealt with Jeff. Guys shoot themselves in feet to get out of combat. A guy Stuart killed his wife in Boston and shot himself to cover it up for insurance money. Ruthless world, but I think you were set up and innocent. Best wishes.

Standard Message #: 4726
Subject: Influence in my life
From: Kari,  20 yrs
Date: Saturday, July 04, 2015 @1:49 PM pacific time

Tonya, you have become a major influence in my life. I grew up figure skating and watching you on tv for every televised competition that I could've seen and always have loved your performances. Now I see you on worlds funniest and it has given me more motivation to become a comedian and continue figure skating. You are a wonderful person and you always give me a good laugh as well as bring a tear to my eye with your skating performances even if you're not skating today. I'm always looking forward to watching any of your performance and hope everything is going well for you.

Standard Message #: 4725
Subject: Mr.
From: Gerald Smith,  56 yrs
Date: Friday, July 03, 2015 @3:26 PM pacific time

Hi Tonya, I wonder why the recent interest in you lately? Opera, museum etc... How you survived your tragedy is a lesson in strength and love. Not sure I could have managed it so gracefully. So happy for your loving husband and your evolution since. If you ever get to the SF bay area and need a BIG, quiet (4 acres w 8 foot concrete walls around) contact me for a quiet retreat for you and your hubby. facebook Jerry Smith Alameda - House in Petaluma. Best to you.

Standard Message #: 4724
Subject: Keep strong
From: John S.,  43 yrs
Date: Thursday, July 02, 2015 @3:25 PM pacific time

Tonya, just wanted to say that you are an incredible woman. After everything you have been through your still standing strong. It takes a lot to keep a good woman down. I've been a big fan of yours for a very long time. My dream is to one day finally meet you face to face. Till then keep strong and always show that beautiful smile.

Standard Message #: 4723
Subject: I'm a Driver
From: Jason Baldridge ,  43 yrs
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2015 @2:17 AM pacific time

I just like to say I think your sexy as hell. Then and now.

Standard Message #: 4722
Subject: Mr
From: Vance M Kosloff,  47 yrs
Date: Saturday, June 20, 2015 @10:12 AM pacific time

I have tried to contact you for years hoping to talk to you I always wished to married you and give you the baby you always wanted but glad you found Mr right I hope you are enjoying being mom I wish you well I wish you would contact me 912 604 8600

Standard Message #: 4721
Subject: lay off
From: Vance M Kosloff,  46 yrs
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2015 @7:02 AM pacific time

I always felt a special connection to you because each of us have had such difficult life different but still hard.I also come from broken home crazy child hood although was not abused but after 312 months in a coma and over 2 years in the hospital I feel abused emotionaly and physically anyways I always wanted to show you what love really is I dream of being your husband but I am so happy you found Mr right and had the baby you always wanted I wish you well God bless you XOXOXO Vance

Standard Message #: 4720
Subject: Loving you
From: Glen Moore ,  45 yrs
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 @7:28 AM pacific time

I still love you sweetie :-) Love you on Worlds Dunbmest,,

Standard Message #: 4719
Subject: Tanya
From: Brian,  37 yrs
Date: Sunday, June 07, 2015 @7:46 AM pacific time

Tonya I have always thought that you were really sexy would love to meet you

Standard Message #: 4718
Subject: you are a WINNER
From: Susan Johnson,  66 yrs
Date: Saturday, June 06, 2015 @4:49 PM pacific time

I watched the documentary last evening. I was just as saddened by the end results as when I watched you in the Olympics You really got the short end of the stick

You always were professional not just in the skating but when the press tried to portray you as a bad person and told untruths about you.Conngrats for being pure gold, You are the winner

Standard Message #: 4717
Subject: Sadness
From: Fergie,  66 yrs
Date: Saturday, June 06, 2015 @8:44 AM pacific time

I have just got to say that I watched as you were going through that whole "Kerrigan" issue years ago. Not ONCE did I ever feel that you had anything to do with the planning. That would have taken up too much concentration on your skating. I have always felt you were classier than that. I was sorry that you didn't report soon enough about what happened after the fact as I felt you were the best and had a great future in skating. It's all history now but I felt you got 'screwed' really bad. I remember watching you skate outside a skating venue as you were already banned from competing. It appeared that the rink was specially made for you. I watched you skate and felt it was the best of ANYONE I ever watched. It was really beautiful and flawless. I got the goosebumps. Are you allowed to coach? I think you have such a talent it shouldn't be wasted. Not too fond of "K". Didn't like her attitude when she won the silver, kinda snotty. Not a fan of hers. I'm glad you're happy and kept you act together after all you went through. Happy to see you are still around.

Standard Message #: 4716
Subject: retired university dean
From: Doc Regan,  67 yrs
Date: Monday, June 01, 2015 @11:51 AM pacific time

I always thought the Ice Skating World ill-treated you because you weren't beautiful, rich, and a "princess". They like the Nancy Kerrigans and Dorthy Hamills. You deserved better. You were great to watch. I wish you nothing but the best, always.

Standard Message #: 4715
Subject: awsome figure skater
From: Alejandriana,  25 yrs
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2015 @4:10 PM pacific time

Tonya you are an insperation to the world both as a leader and as an ice dancer. you have inspired me to stand up for myself with self confidence about everything not mattering how I look when I ice skate from your insperation I have gotten into an ice skating school. I have not learned the triple axle yet but when I do I will think of you. I don't believe Nancy I believe you because your to sweet and you care about your friends and or fans to do such a thing

by the way you are a lovely little lady that would never hit some body with a metal bat because metal bats are used in hockey and in baseball and that is absured. when I first saw you on the price of gold I thought you wee a sick ugly person that hits people with bats for a liviing but then I reliezed the inside is what matters

Standard Message #: 4714
Subject: Be Honest with yourself
From: Tonya,  30 yrs
Date: Monday, May 25, 2015 @8:55 PM pacific time

You are not a nice person at all!!! You deserved to be treated like crap due to you hurting another team mate for the sole purpose you are afraid of her scoring higher than you! You are a very trashy person. You have gained so much weight and look horrible. Why don't you be honest with yourself? We watched the 30 for 30 and wonder if you believe all the lies that came out of your mouth. You complained about your rival being rude to you after you came up to her and apologized for what happened to her, because of your doing. Would you be nice to someone after they attacked you? Your an awful person!!

Standard Message #: 4713
Subject: Inspiration
From: Maria,  18 yrs
Date: Monday, May 25, 2015 @8:26 PM pacific time

I just wanted to say that, you're an amazing woman. I absolutely adore you. Though my time wasn't during your skating days, you have become one of my idols. Watching your documentary (though I've watched it before) tonight, words cannot begin to explain my devastation everytime I watch it. Such a talented skater with such a tragic story. You were perfection and embody the definition of a person who doesn't give up. You've taught me to ignore everything people say around you and focus on yourself even if it may be hard, to stay true to myself while tackling everyday struggles, and to fight for what you love and not give up on it. You're an inspiration and I wish I could have seen you skate, such power and passion you had! I just wanted to write you this note because I know you read them, to tell you that you're my idol and inspiration to keep going, and though I don't skate, I'm going to stick with my dreams of playing volleyball throughout the remainder of life happily. I hope this makes your night as you've made my life. A true soul, truly astounding.

Standard Message #: 4712
Subject: Business owner
From: Chris,  49 yrs
Date: Monday, May 25, 2015 @7:28 PM pacific time

Tonya, I always respected you for your toughness and honesty. You never had a false pretense or front that you affected. You absolutely were ahead of your time in skating, especially your explosive power. I've always loved you honey, be well!

Standard Message #: 4711
Subject: Mr. Retired
From: Hanyo007,  67 yrs
Date: Monday, May 25, 2015 @6:08 PM pacific time

I have just watched the ESPN documentary for the third time and can say this. At one time I think you were a better skater than Kerrigan. You had several bad occurrences with your skates, and though bad luck, it was up to you to check these things thoroughly out beforehand.

Your "me first and only" attitude along with "it's always the fault or shortcoming of others" offends many people and helped ruin your career. The fact that so many guys have asked you for your attention baffles me, but every one to "their own thing." However,it's good that you have a husband and a child, because everyone deserves a family who cares.

Sometimes in the future, I hope you look at you old interviews and see if you still think the same way as you did years ago. Many people mellow a bit with experience. I suspect you will still be bitter towards Ms. Kerrigan, the skating coaches, the judges, law enforcement, your Mother, your ex husband, the Skating commission, and television reporters.

Note: I wrote a letter like this about 6 months ago, but it was deleted, even though I used no hate words or curses. I wonder if this one will show up?

Standard Message #: 4710
Subject: husband and dad
From: Chalmes a pridgen,  60 yrs
Date: Thursday, May 21, 2015 @1:50 AM pacific time

Dear Tonya I just wanted to say I think you are as smart as you are sexy I really miss you on worlds dumbest. I only watched that show to see you.You have been floating my boat ever sense the first time Isaw you skating on TV. Well that just about covers what I was wanting to say.Oh and by the way may got bless you for the rest of your life.

Standard Message #: 4708
Subject: tonya
From: scotts,  41 yrs
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 @7:00 AM pacific time

Just wanted to stop and say hello.. I enjoy you on worlds dumbest... Your a very beautiful lady... Wish I could have met you in person...

Standard Message #: 4707
Subject: Professor
From: Scott Bonn,  58 yrs
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 2015 @11:36 AM pacific time

Hello. I want to congratulate Tonya Harding on motherhood.

I am a college professor and author. I am writing a book about the portrayal of women by the media, and how manufactured public images affect their private lives. I would like to interview Tonya Harding through the mail or email for my book. Can you tell me how I can reach her for my request? I can be reached at s:www.psychologytoday.comexpertsscott-bonn-phd

Thank you, Scott Bonn, PhD

Standard Message #: 4706
Subject: still gorgeous
From: Tim Johnson ,  46 yrs
Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015 @8:18 AM pacific time

Hi seeing you on are still soo beautiful..keep up the Awsome job..

Standard Message #: 4705
Subject: I, too, am Tonya Harding
From: Simone,  34 yrs
Date: Monday, April 13, 2015 @7:54 AM pacific time

I recently watched the documentary made on the 'scandal'....and it...touched me. So much so, that I had to come here and tell you how much I look up to a transgender from a small town in Kentucky, I know all too well the struggle of trying to fit into a world that is ever-trying to keep me out. But, like you, I hope that by hard work and determination maybe, just maybe, I can make a name for myself in this world. Tonya, if you read this, just are an inspiration. You are loved. And, no matter what people may say in jest, you have never been a joke, never a punchline....just girl from the wrong side of the tracks who busted her ass to become the best of the best only to have it ripped away due to one maybemaybe-not mistake....keep on inspiring, Tonya because I, too, am Tonya Harding.

Standard Message #: 4704
Subject: Music Video
From: Lilly Maher,  28 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 22, 2015 @12:33 PM pacific time

Hello Ms. Harding,

My name is Lilly. I'm writing to you from a recording studio in Portland, where my band, The Century, is tracking our album. We have a new song that I'm really proud of called "Here's to Nothing." It is all about the frustration and angst of growing up in a lower class Oregon town in the 1990s. When the song is finished, I'm planning on making a music video for it, that captures the spirit of that specific time and place. I would love for you to star in the video.

I grew up watching you skate. I was also a boxer when I was younger. I'm really interested in what your career symbolizes: how your rise and fall was documented so brutally by the media. Just like me, you were a kid from Oregon who came from nothing and had big dreams. You must have had fierce determination and strength to make it to the world stage. Your story is one of triumph against all odds.

But your story is also tragic. You were judged and criticized, you were called ugly names, and your fame turned to infamy.

I would like to make a video that ends with you as the victor. I want to create an alternate reality where you channel your strength and anger, you fight back against an unfair world, and this time you win.

Would you be interested being in our video? We are a small independent band, so we don't have a lot of money to offer. But this is important to me, and I plan on doing a fundraiser to be able to pay you for your appearance.

Please write back to me, and we can talk more about ideas for the video. I can also send you the song, to see if you like it.

Thank you so much!

Standard Message #: 4703
Subject: A spectacular athlete
From: Rebecca RL,  63 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015 @9:31 PM pacific time

All other issues fade into the background when you watch this spectacular athlete on the ice, a powerful figure who appears to defy the limits of physics. Fortunately for us, her amazing work can continue to be seen in filmed performances -- and has yet to be equaled. That she overcame a punishing early personal life makes her achievements more awe-inspiring still. Hats off to an incredible American talent!

Standard Message #: 4702
Subject: Tonya Harding trending
From: missworld12308,  30 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015 @9:05 PM pacific time

Tonya, the skating world should be thanking you. Too bad it was Nancy and not that little untalented unworthy Tara Lipinski who got whacked. Your story along with Michelle Kwan never winning Olympic gold is the saddest stories of figure skating. If you were ever coach, I would pick up my life and move to your rink so you could be my daughter's coach. Everyday I approach Jenny Kirck and Dave Lease to interview you on their webcast of "The skating lesson" because they should be thanking you as well as all the skating world. I have to admit your skating wasn't pretty but you were treated horrible and unjust. I do think if you would read "the Secret" and study the law of attraction you wouldn't be so bitter. And you did come off as bitter in the documentary 30-30 or what ever it was called. I feel your pain but in the end we get what we give to the universe. that care and although I am sure it doesn't matter to you, but thanks for just being Tonya Harding. If you read this email me @ so we can get you on the Skating Lesson ASAP!!

Standard Message #: 4701
Subject: Reasons I admire you
From: Kevin from NC,  57 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015 @8:51 PM pacific time

This note has all the hope of a message in a botle washing up on shore. And about half the chance it'll be found by its target.

3 Reasons I admire you: (No one really remembers more than 3)

1) You don't quit. After getting your laces straight in '94, you came back out and competed well. You keep trying new things and working. I can't even imagine driving an antique car at 90+ mph. You got guts, for sure.

2) You've never claimed to be anyone different than who you are. No matter what's written, filmed, or portrayed, you know who you are and you deal with life. I wish we were all more like you in that respect.

3) You've moved beyond anger or bitterness. Although I don't know what you do when a car cuts you off, or what you say when a wrench slips and barks your knuckle, I know you do it the same as you always have. The notion of celebrity, that we might know someone because we've seen or heard about them a bunch; it's one of the great myths of our culture. I just hope you get the happiness you want. Thanks for representing us in your competitions. It meant a lot.

Shine on, Tonya. Kevin in NC

Standard Message #: 4700
Subject: Coaching
From: Claudia ,  29 yrs
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2015 @5:13 PM pacific time

Hi Tonya! You are truly my inspiration for ice skating, when you were the first one in landing the triple axel, that blow my mind! Are you still on the ice? Do you coach? Thanks and greetings from Monterrey, MX.

Standard Message #: 4699
Subject: Concerts
From: John bryant,  35 yrs
Date: Sunday, March 08, 2015 @2:32 PM pacific time

U are the very best. And a total dream. If it anything I can ever do for u. Pls let me now.

Standard Message #: 4698
Subject: police officer
From: oak1000,  59 yrs
Date: Sunday, February 08, 2015 @10:11 AM pacific time

i just saw a tv show about you on abc, I hope all is well with you you went through alot as having so many people live through you- leedann@yahoo.

Standard Message #: 4697
Subject: We're opening a museum
From: Matt and Viviana,  27 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @11:29 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya,

My roommate and I are starting a museum in our hallway dedicated to you and the impact you had. You wouldn't believe how many people have reached out letting us know they are team tonya! They say you're their spirit animal. Let us know if you would like to come to the grand opening!



Standard Message #: 4696
Subject: Plumber
From: Branden Greer ,  22 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @7:19 PM pacific time

I never heard of heard of the incident in 94 until today when I watched the 30 on 30 documentary. I have spent all day watching videos on you tonya and I must say I was praying for you to just magically win that gold in 94 and I am Canadian and I was 2 years old. I couldn't believe what you went through and still can't get over it. You obviously wished you would of own gold and you live through it everyday and I hate bringing this up but I just can't get over this I just wish god would of pulled you through that Olympics but he had his path for you. I now must move on from this shocking sports history I just had to get this off my chest. Not sure if you personally read this but it would be sweet I you did. Thanks from your Canadian fan Branden Greer

Standard Message #: 4695
Subject: skating fan for 40+ yrs
From: Marilyn Cardillo,  64 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @2:58 PM pacific time

Dear Tonya,

I'm writing you because you can do something to fix a problem and I beg you to help get it fixed.

In this technological age why the TV audience can not hear the music is an extremely poor representation of ice skating. Are you all still living in the 20th century? If nothing else just stick a microphone next to the speakers! I feel like running a boycott campaign against all skating on TV.

If speakers can be put in football players helmets, on any equipment of X Games (snow) athletes, half-time shows, etc. why the heck can’t you let the viewing audience hear the music?

The entire ice skating world should be embarrassed!

Marilyn Cardillo Richmond, CA, USA

Standard Message #: 4694
Subject: Mom
From: Katie Chapman,  54 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @2:42 PM pacific time

Just watched the documentary about you and Nancy. At the time of her Olympic performance, I thought Nancy was beautiful, glowing...angelic even. She was the picture of elegance and grace. Perfection. BUT I remember feeling something was off about her. Didn't put my finger on it until I saw about the third or fourth interview she did. I noticed she had a very flat affect. She was robotic, dead, appeared bored and boring. Beautiful on the outside, but not much inside. So glad to hear you call her a cry baby and a whiner. She did not deserve the gold. I remember being blown away and moved by Oksana Baiul's performance. My husband and I looked at each other after she skated and agreed that Nancy might not get the gold. And she didn't and I'm glad, especially after watching this documentary.

Praying that the rest of your life will be filled with peace and happiness. Enjoy that little boy. It's about him now. He won't care about any bad things in your past. Heck, he will not want to hear ANYTHING about your life until he has his own kids. Lol. Remember that God looks upon the heart. He doesn't care how much money you have, how many gold medals, what you look like, if you grew up poor. Nothing. He cares about your heart. And I truly believe you have a good one. 3

Standard Message #: 4693
Subject: admirer
From: Cheryl Malinen,  71 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @1:31 PM pacific time

I just want you to know how I always wished you well throughout your journey in the skating world and during and after the terrible thing that was placed upon you by others not wanting what was best for you. I still think to this day that you are the best skater that anyone ever saw. I hope you have found peace in your life now.

Standard Message #: 4692
Subject: Your awesome
From: Chris,  23 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @1:23 PM pacific time

You have such an incredible story, you made me love figure skating. I want a Tonya Harding poster!!! You rock!!!

Standard Message #: 4691
Subject: Admirer
From: Waunita Haug,  61 yrs
Date: Saturday, February 07, 2015 @1:19 PM pacific time

HI...Just watched The Price Of Gold and really enjoyed it but still am unhappy how you were treated. I was never a fan of Nancy and was hoping so much you would beat her at the Olympics. Not a fan of that smug arrogant attitude. How you kept your cool with people in your face all the time shows the strength you have. You were as tolerant as possible and always seemed to have the correct answers without showing malice or whining "Poor Me". Unlike Nancy who was so childish after winning the Silver Medal instead of the Gold, it just showed her spoiled brat personality. Yes, she is a good skater but so are you! I certainly don't think highly of the affair with her coach even if they did later marry and have kids, the fact still remains that she had no morals. You got rid of your lousy husband, worked hard to survive and accomplished a lot without your treasured skating career that was unfairly taken from you. You have found happiness and your strength is exceptional. I love watching you on any show, your are quick witted with common sense. You'll always be the winner in my book!!

Standard Message #: 4690
Subject: Manning's Restaurant
From: Tracey Elmore,  50 yrs
Date: Friday, February 06, 2015 @1:06 PM pacific time

Hello Ms. Harding. I am doing research and writing a book on Manning's, Inc., a company in business from 1908 to 1984, and they owned a restaurant in Portland's Lloyd Center.

It's my understanding that the first place you skated was the ice rink in Lloyd Center. As you may know, the rink side dining room at that time was part of Manning's restaurant. The main part of their restaurant was a cafeteria on the third floor of Lloyd Center.

Did you and your family ever eat at Manning's? If so, would you be willing to offer comments about the restaurant that I could use in the book? I'm trying to find customers who can tell me anything about the restaurant from the food to the coffee to the atmosphere, etc., etc. If you are familiar with the restaurant and would be willing to share your thoughts about it, I'd be very grateful.

I hope you're doing well. I followed your career from your early days, and I've found you an interesting person. I hope life is being kind to you and providing much happiness.

Take care and if you are willing to respond to this message, I would love to hear from you. Please reply to

Thank you for your time and attention.

Tracey Elmore Lacey,Washington

Standard Message #: 4689
Subject: fan, former rollerskating
From: Patricia ,  53 yrs
Date: Saturday, January 31, 2015 @3:01 PM pacific time

Hey Tonya, I am sure you will never read or responded to this message, but know I always thought of you as an outstanding champion. I was a rollerskating coach and I always had my students watch your routines. On a personal anytime you are in the panhandle you are welcome. I would like to meet you and just hang out at the house, no cameras or t.v. or newspaper. We have some of the most beautiful beaches. Who knows, maybe I could show you a business opportunity to make your financial dreams come true. Most important for you to getaway from stresses of life, the beaches are really beautiful. You can call me anytime at 850 - 598 - 7707.I truly hope to hear from you. Patricia

Standard Message #: 4688
Subject: Property investor
From: Randy,  45 yrs
Date: Monday, January 26, 2015 @4:29 PM pacific time

Just wanted to tell you that your so hot! Would love to meet you. I live in ohio, and watch your hot self on tru tv daily. I would love just to get to know each other and have a nice dinner.

Standard Message #: 4687
Subject: You're An Inspiration
From: Angelica Mei,  34 yrs
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 @8:59 PM pacific time

I was in elementary school when my sisters and I found my mothers skates under the old shed behind our home. They were roller skates. We lived in the desert. The only ice we ever saw was in the freezer and on TV. This is when we found you. We never missed watching you perform. We didn't have cable, but we had an antenna that we made sure our dad would adjust so that we would have a clear signal in order to record your performances. For the next few years we pretended to be you. You were the spark of figure skating. Nobody, not before or since, has ever made skating enjoyable to watch and follow, like you. THERE IS NOBODY LIKE YOU!

After the world of figure skating lost it's spark, we kept watching our recordings of you skating. We didn't stop skating till we switched out the flooring in our home. Still, on occasion, it wasn't surprising to find myself, or either one of my sisters looking at the recordings. Your success on the ice as an artist, athlete, and dreamer left a lasting impression on me and my family.

Since my days of pretend, I became an artist, not a skater like I truly believed I would be, but I still find myself to this day, looking at your performances on YouTube. I was so happy to read in you biography that you still skate and you still can do the triple axle. Perseverance prevailed, and you are still performing. What an inspiration! My sisters and I love you. Always have. Always will.

YOU ROCK!!!!!!

Standard Message #: 4686
Subject: Fan
From: Joe Cravalho,  80 yrs
Date: Sunday, January 11, 2015 @5:47 AM pacific time

Hi I am a huge fan,my name is Hey Joe Cravalho.I just turned 80 yr's young,have a 1940 photo of Sonya Hennie that I would love to present to you.Please contact me @ (774) 992-3013

Standard Message #: 4685
Subject: Think you cool as hell
From: Marilyn,  48 yrs
Date: Monday, December 29, 2014 @10:57 AM pacific time

I did not realize how honest you were. I am so glad your not a phony and say it like it is!!

Standard Message #: 4684
Subject: Memories...
From: Jeff Hall,  40 yrs
Date: Saturday, December 27, 2014 @11:03 PM pacific time

I remember seeing you at Clackamas Town Center in the rink when I was a teenager. I was with a friend at the time and after glancing into your eyes, I remarked about how cute you were and how I should go back and say hi. You've had a great many memories since then, but I haven't forgotten you at that one moment in time. I wish you well, and I admire the fire that has been within you your whole life. Fate has dealt you a cruel hand as you grew up, but I think you have played it gracefully and with nobility.

I am happy to know of you, Tonya. Jeff Hall

Standard Message #: 4683
Subject: Let's get real....
From: Deltafa,  48 yrs
Date: Saturday, December 27, 2014 @11:44 AM pacific time

I am so very tired of all these haters in this world.........Let's get real.......... If you have never made any mistake in your life......go ahead and judge another person.......otherwise.......shut your mouth......When is our society able to forgive, forget and move on..........It seems that people that judge others are usually very unhappy with their own lives and filled with jealousy and have an unfulfilled life. Tonya has apologized and has paid her punishment (harsher than she truly deserved), yet it seems to never be enough for some..........I hope Tonya is successful beyond anyones expectation and shows the world that this has not defined her entire life. Stay strong and stay positive and always remember that todays newspapers line tomorrow's birdcages. True friends are hard to find and everyone wants to be your friend during great times, but the tough times shows true friendship.

Standard Message #: 4681
Subject: Mr.
From: Brian,  45 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 25, 2014 @3:38 PM pacific time

Congratulations on rising back above the storm. Everyone makes mistakes and it's really no ones business what happened in the past. What matters is how you have rebounded and I believe in second chances. I believe you are a good person and deserve second chances. I am so happy and inspired by someone who have encountered tragedy and come out with positive results on the other side. I genuinely wish you and your new family all the best. Love and continue excellent. I am proud of you.

Merry Christmas Tonya Harding & Family from Hawaii

Standard Message #: 4680
Subject: Hello
From: Unkown Nobody,  52 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 25, 2014 @3:36 PM pacific time

Tonya there are a lot of us that are behind you and that believe you. I am glad to see the positivity that has come to your life after your marriage and son came into your life. I know it was a rough road traveled and may not have been fair, but it brought you too them which is most important. God bless and keep you and your family

Standard Message #: 4679
Subject: Marketing
From: Roy Lucier,  40 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 25, 2014 @3:29 PM pacific time

Merry Christmas Tonya. I hope you had a great Christmas with your family

Standard Message #: 4678
Subject: When Did You Get So Cute
From: Reitmeister,  67 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 25, 2014 @12:07 PM pacific time

Watching " World's Dumbest " is always funny , and you are as cute as a bug . When did that happen ? You'll always be my favorite Olympian.

Standard Message #: 4677
Subject: Talent Producer
From: Ernest Nelson,  57 yrs
Date: Sunday, December 21, 2014 @12:40 AM pacific time


I'm a Talent Producer for a Reality based show entitled "Second Chance" that will feature former NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, Tennis,Professional Skating & Boxing greats in need of that "Second Chance." The show is hosted by former All-Pro and Three times Super Bowl Champion Willie McGinest of the New England Patriots.

McGinest and his All-Star team of coaches, counselors, financial advisors, and successful business men & women will set those chosen up in a house and mentor, tutor, and provide them with the necessary assistance to jump start their life and "A Second Chance."

We are searching for retired, former athletes looking for a second chance and interested in appearing on the show. This is a great opportunity for them to reignite their brand, start a new business venture and get that second chance. I'm putting together a list of former athletes for the show and we would like for you to be part of this life changing opportunity.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best regards,

Ernest Nelson Talent Producer 310-913-2396

Standard Message #: 4676
Subject: Meet
From: Oregonphil,  60 yrs
Date: Saturday, December 20, 2014 @1:31 PM pacific time

Howdy Tonya: The wife and I would love to meet you. What bar do you hang out at? We live in Sandy and our fav bar is the no place saloon. We are there quite often. Come on over and we will buy. Hope to see you someday.

Phil and Wendy

Standard Message #: 4675
Subject: Hot load for Tonya
From: Boner for Tonya,  40 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 18, 2014 @3:25 AM pacific time

I've lost track how many times I've jerked off to your pics. When I'm done this message I'm going to find a picture of you showing your beautiful smiling face and make a copy of it with my printer. Then I'll jerk my cock off and dump a huge load of hot cum all over you.

Standard Message #: 4674
Subject: 5.5 years later
From: Lou Stool,  63 yrs
Date: Monday, December 15, 2014 @1:30 PM pacific time

It's me again, Lou "Neab" Stool. Yep, I sent you that message 5.5 years ago. I saw it on your facebook page too. Pretty cool that I was the first person you transferred a message from.

I wanted to update you on some things.

Most importantly, I can't see through solid objects. I went to a number of specialists, and they all agreed that I couldn't have seen my neighbour's cat through the garage door. Sadly the cat HAS passed since I wrote in 2009 (didn't survive the miserable winter of '10), but I'm pretty sure I saw his ghost in the bed of my neighbour's truck.

Another thing. I got a new jacket. Now I know you probably got a kick out of the old one (puffy green remember?) and the "I heart fat chicks" patch. My new jacket is sky blue. Unfortunately I was eating a mix of fresh and frozen strawberries, when I accidentally laid down in the strawberry dish. I was wearing the sky blue coat, which is very puffy, so I didn't feel the strawberries. Now there is a stain on the coat. As time goes by, the stain looks more and more like a young Burt Reynolds. Now my friends call me Smokey. I don't smoke.

Finally, I wanted to clarify the subject of my original message from 2009 (1st March). It should be "I can't get out of my truck". I don't know why it got cut off.

Neab, Lou Stool in Clark County ps don't call these guys that leave their phone numbers at the end of the message. They've probably got a social problem.

Standard Message #: 4673
Subject: Always welcome
From: Jeff,  60 yrs
Date: Saturday, December 13, 2014 @4:07 PM pacific time

Tonya;you are a character If you ever are in Ponte Vedra Florida you are always welcome to stop by. My wife approves of this message by the way.We are still big fans.

Standard Message #: 4672
Subject: Ice Skating parent
From: Cheryl AnnLee,  61 yrs
Date: Thursday, December 11, 2014 @6:00 PM pacific time

I am a former skating mother. Tonya was one of our idols when my daughter skated. I still believe Tonya to be innocent. She was so talented and such a powerful skater. We always enjoyed watching her. I just watched the documentary about Tonya and Nancy Kerrigan. I still prefer Tonya's skating any day. I feel she was done terribly wrong. It is a shame they took her away from the skating world and the audiences who adored her. It is also terribly wrong that they took her skating life away, something she had trained for almost all of her life.

We still love you, Tonya!!!

Standard Message #: 4671
Subject: Mr.
From: Hanyo,  67 yrs
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 @10:40 PM pacific time

I remember the incident as unfortunate, and as we all know, it put women's ice skating on the front page. Nancy Kerrigan wasn't as good a skater as you, but that's old news also. The thing that disappoints me the most is that every time I see you on television, you appear to be one of the most inconsiderate and clueless people I've ever heard give an interview. You seem to blame everyone but yourself for your misfortunes. You could have been America's sweetheart, but you somehow became something else. Perhaps you can't control this but you have let yourself "go" and coupled with your attitude deprive yourself of a large amount of fame and money. Many of us will never know the truth, so maybe you could write a book. (I bet you have discussed and thought about that a lot) I probably wouldn't buy it, but many would. (I usually read only non-fiction) Good luck to you anyway.

Standard Message #: 4670
Subject: Joe's Friends for Years
From: Donny and Stacie,  45 yrs
Date: Monday, November 24, 2014 @7:01 AM pacific time

Hi Tonya,

Not sure if you will see this, but I hope you do. My name's Stacie & my husband's name is Donny. We know your husband very well - Joe has been our friend for years. Please tell him to call if he still has our number, it hasn't changed. Congratulations to you both on your life together. Thank you so much!

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