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Eileen Davidson channeled her inner Yolanda “Stone Cold” Foster when she wrote her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills blog this week.

“I kind of took a backseat to all the other issues this week. Clearly there are still a lot of problems brewing with everyone, but the real important issues were the causes being supported,” shares Eileen, who goes on to write a mean-spirited blog influenced by her “other” issues with Lisa Vanderpump. Sad. 🙁

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Eileen says she was happy to support Camille Grammer and The Foundation for Women’s Cancer, adding, “The jewelry was nice, but even better was seeing women getting together to raise money to help other women.”

“You’d think that the spirit of the evening would carry over and inspire people to get along… but it didn’t,” adds Eileen. Here, she bemoans the fact that there was drama at the charity event. On the show, she chastises Lisa Rinna for not confronting Lisa Vanderpump, at said event, about her super manipulations.

Eileen hopes Yolanda Foster‘s speech at the Global Lyme Alliance gala will open our minds and our hearts to Yolanda’s journey. Yeah. NOPE.

“Also, this week we saw Yolanda prepping for her speech for the Global Lyme Alliance gala. I couldn’t make it to New York, but I’m glad she had the support of Erika, Kyle, and Kathryn. I hope this will help Yolanda not just raise awareness of Lyme disease to the public, but maybe help ladies in our group have a better understanding of what she’s been through.”

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Eileen turns nasty when she addresses Lisa Vanderpump and the Stop Yulin Forever march. Sadly, she stoops to YoFridgedAire levels of cold-hearted bitch and mocks the Stop Yulin Forever march.

Lisa V.’s support of the Stop Yulin Forever is wonderful. I was invited to the protest, but I couldn’t go. Obviously, it was because I’m a total sociopath who wants all dogs, even my own, to be tortured, then murdered, then eaten for my own entertainment. Or at least that’s what it seemed Lisa V. was insinuating at dinner,” says Eileen. “I’m not going to apologize for being a working mother of a twelve-year-old who made the decision to spend a day at home with her son. Should I have to?” No. But she didn’t mention her son when she declined Lisa’s invitation.

Let’s recap: The Foundation for Women’s Cancer – excellent. The Global Lyme Alliance – good. Yulin – okay to be mocked. Eileen – no longer my favorite.

A new low, Eileen concludes, “Next week all of us, and our issues, are packing up and headed to Dubai. I wonder if there are any dogs there I can murder?”

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