Friday, June 08, 2007

Paris Throws a Tantrum as She's Ordered to Actually Receive Her Slap On The Wrist

She had been released early by the Los Angeles Sheriff due to an "unspecified medical condition," but there was such a hue and cry from around the country that she was ordered to serve her sentence after all, just like everyone else. She was dragged crying and screaming from the courtroom and throwing the tantrums that her neighbors are no doubt used to seeing.

Her lawyer said earlier that punishing celebrities more harshly than regular people was just as unfair as the so-called "celebrity justice" that people like Paris are dealt. He's absolutely right. But expecting them to be punished AS severely as the rest of us is not unfair at all. And what do you suppose the rest of us would get in jail if we had Paris's "undisclosed medical condition?" A tube of silver nitrate ointment and a few extra Valtrex, that's what.

Suck it up, Paris. It's three weeks, in a special cell, no less. (The rest of us would get thrown in with the hookers and drug addicts.) There's a war going on, and thousands of men and women are getting shot at every day. Maybe next time you misbehave (and there WILL be a next time, because you're too selfish and stubborn to learn from your mistakes), they should send you over there. I guarantee you you'll learn to appreciate your freedom a lot more in a place where mommy and daddy's money don't mean shit.


Blogger dirk.mancuso said...

Why is everybody all hatin' on Paris? What kind of a world is this when the rich can't buy their way out of trouble?

I suppose next we'll be calling Lindsay Lohan out on stuff.


10:35 PM  
Anonymous Ed said...

Yeah, and what about free speech. Poor Isaiah fired just for calling T. R. a faggot. I can't understand it, after all he is one. Isaiah said, "I never called him a cocks*cker either!" Poor guy. He added, "Me and Imus got a raw deal." Jerry Falwell looking up from below, "Hell, who knew God was a queerlover?"

7:42 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Aye, and there's the rub: if Washington wants to invoke his "free speech" privileges, he'll have to accept Imus's, too. Yup--I can see THAT. And the fact that free speech is protected by the First Amendment doesn't make it acceptable on their employer's time. If Imus wants to stand in his front yard and yell "nappy-headed hos" at some kids passing, he's welcome to do so. Ditto for Isaiah Washed-up. But networks, who count on advertising revenue from us queers and nappy-heads, ain't gonna see their revenues pissed away by a couple of screw-looses.

11:16 AM  
Blogger Stephen Rader said...

Somewhere, Britney Spears just took off her wig, grabbed a RC Cola and a package of pork rinds (spicey) and said, "Thank the Lord for Paris Hilton."

Hey, where is that little Daniellyn these days?

12:44 PM  

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