This is Sandra Sullivan from Wolcott, CT.
As you can see, she looks like the final boss in Super Mario 4 – Karenzilla.
Sandy is the founder of a company called The Alchemy Group, which does……something. According to her bio she is an “executive coach” who has “presented” to more than 250,000 professionals (whatever that means), her work (whatever that is) has been featured in Working Mother Magazine (whatever that is), and she has served (whatever that means) three Fortune 500 companies.
I still have absolutely no idea what this company does or makes, although it seems to involve copious amounts of Prozac and Botox. If I were to guess I’d say that her husband makes a good salary so he lets his wife play Sims CEO and start a company of her own that pretends to make something.
She’s got a bunch of YouTube videos that also get me no closer to answering the question of what she does for a living. Like this one, entitled “it would never work,” in which she explained what got it to work.
I still have no idea what “it” is, and neither do you. But she sounds like exactly the type of person who gets paid to speak at the professional development seminar that you got nothing out of.
Then there’s this video about the three most powerful words a leader can use – “I don’t know.”
Speaking of, I don’t know what this company does, and neither does she.
Sometimes she puts on fur vests, quotes Moofasa from the Lion King, and “reflects” at a semi-frozen Connecticut pond.
She claims to have clients all over the place, but I’m just having a tough time picturing a human being spending money to listen to her ramble on about absolutely nothing.
Anyway, Sandy was house sitting in the neighboring town of Southington on December 23 and was annoyed by the neighbor’s dog. So she did the only thing she could do in a situation like that – try to poison the dog with mothball-stuffed candy.
A house sitter in Connecticut is accused of trying to kill a neighbor’s dog by hiding a mothball in a piece of candy. Police said they charged Sandra Sullivan, 57, with criminal attempt to commit cruelty to animals, WFSB reported. She turned herself in Jan. 25. Officers said they were called to a home Dec. 23 after the dog alerted its owner to suspicious activity.The caller reported that he went to check on his dog and saw a blond-haired woman dressed in all black walking along his fence line on the neighbor’s side of the fence.
The witness recognized the woman as a house sitter who was staying at a neighboring home. The witness reported seeing the woman place a small round item on a tree stump in a neighbor’s yard. When he returned to his house, he said he noticed a similar item on his back stairs. He described it to police as a cream-filled chocolate-covered candy. He said it smelled like a urinal deodorizer or a mothball. When he examined it closer, he said he realized it was a mothball and became concerned the woman was trying to feed it to his dog. Police interviewed Sullivan, who they said initially denied knowing anything about what was found in the dog owner’s backyard or on the tree stump. When questioned further, police said she admitted that it was a chocolate in which she hid a mothball. She said she was frustrated over the dog’s barking at all hours and made the treat so it would stop. She claimed her intent was not to hurt the dog. Her bond was set at $1,000.
Jesus Christ, she even looks pretentious in her mugshots. Funny, I must’ve missed the life coaching video where she teaches you how to poison your neighbor’s dog with a mothball. I knew this woman was crazy the moment I saw her videos. Nobody, and I mean nobody, is that happy all the time. Anyone pretending to be is holding in years of therapy and box wine. This is exactly the kind of psychopath I’d assume would try to kill a neighbor’s dog and see nothing wrong with it.
Patty Prozac shut down her Facebook page and The Alchemy’s website within hours of her mugshot getting posted because people who get arrested for animal cruelty get DESTROYED on social media worse than child molesters and terrorists combined. Must be a really serious company if they can just stop existing whenever the founder gets a Google trophy.
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