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Do not pass go Paris by perfectbitch on 9 June 2007 11:56am
 
I can't help feeling a touch pleased that Paris Hilton has been sent back to jail. Too long have the media publicised her, for want of a better word, tantrums.

Linz
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by kazzzz on 9 June 2007 1:07pm
 
A touch Linz? I'm delighted...serve her time like everyone else has to. Apparently she sat calling out to her Mummy in court, wot a pathetic individual.
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by tucsonmike on 9 June 2007 9:04pm
 
You see, I cannot believe the media even wastes its time with it. Does this mean civilization is on a downward slope?
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by perfectbitch on 9 June 2007 11:06pm
 
For some time I fear, Mike. ; ).

Linz
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by Palin_Lover on 9 June 2007 11:24pm
 
Oh no, I'm more than a touch pleased.
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by sighthound on 10 June 2007 4:10am
 
Yesterday we had a debate scheduled on L.A.'s biggest talk radio station about a very controversial and important bill in front of the legislature and no one ever got to speak because they had dozens of reporters (two in helicopters, circling Hilton's house!) who monopolized all the air time. Occasionally, someone tried to report that Pace had just been fired as head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff which has enormous implications for the waging of the war in Iraq but he couldn't get out more than one or two sentences out before his report was cut off for some more "color commentary" from a reporter outside of Hilton's house who was only talking about the mass of other reporters there. It was absolute madness! Insanity!!!

I just hope that all this makes Hilton realize that she would be much better off if her life remains totally private in the future.
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by Ellerd on 10 June 2007 6:26am
 
On Friday morning, Paris Hilton's release from jail was the leading story on the morning news here in Australia. This was despite a massive storm bearing down on New South Wales and a train crash three days earlier in Victoria that killed 11 people. I was stunned by the images of reporters and photographers throwing themselves in front of the police car carrying Paris back to jail. And how much greenhouse gases are being emitted from the helicopters following her down the freeway? Pathetic.
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by johnnythemonkey on 10 June 2007 7:31am
 
Who is Paris Hilton ?
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by perfectbitch on 10 June 2007 10:33am
 
She is a mid-20's super rich heiress to the Hilton companies who has all the emotional maturity of a 3 year old. She has no creative talent nor many brain cells but courts publicity as she seems to like the ott attention. I hope this dose of realism (that is if she doesn't get special treatment) helps her to develop aworthy persona.

Linz
 
Re: Do not pass go Paris by kazzzz on 10 June 2007 10:42am
 
My kids think she's very attractive, physically. I don't. Am I wrong? I think she exudes an aura of unpleasantness which to me makes her unattractive. I know that's a bit bitchy but there you go.
 
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