Greenwich’s official curmudgeon, Bill Clark, weighs in on Natasha “Tina” Pray. I don’t know, Bill, but I’d say she dodged a bullet here.
When your scribe first knew Tina back in her younger days, when she and her mother were running Amfit, he and she always hit it off well together. She was fun to be around, easy on the eyes, and seemed to be a reasonably squared-away young lady. But things never “clicked” between us. Looking back, your scribe is unsure whether to be sad or glad of that fact. Perhaps, let’s say, a little of both. Sad, because both our lives might have moved in different directions from the ones they took instead, and perhaps Tina would not be in such a pickle right now. Glad, because if these are her true colors shining through in today’s headlines, it would not have been a happy relationship.