Comments:

Kitty Mac - 2007-06-05 07:47:32
Nicely put!
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Otto - 2007-06-05 10:22:52
Oh yeah. Right on!
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Marcia - 2007-06-05 11:28:32
Ditto
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Sniel - 2007-06-05 13:51:08
Paris is way hotter than Nicky...
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Sniel - 2007-06-05 14:02:57
You are on crack. Paris is way hotter than her sister.
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Crystal - 2007-06-05 17:12:49
You make my day not suck so much :D
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Natalie - 2007-06-05 17:40:32
I agreed with ya up until the Nicky being hotter comment. Granted, Paris isn't hot, but Nicky isn't hot either. If I had to choose which was hotter, I'd have to go with Paris. Now I'm going to go gouge my eyes out.
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adoring fan - 2007-06-05 19:13:11
Great post U.B. You are the shit.
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awittykitty - 2007-06-05 19:14:19
In prison, every skinny blonde bitch is hot, you guys.
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Cosmic - 2007-06-05 19:32:58
Well said.
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RDC - 2007-06-05 21:25:35
You can't go making bold statements about Nicky being hotter than Paris, UB! Some people prefer their vacuous bints hawk-nosed and tanorexic!
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DodgerGirl - 2007-06-06 08:14:42
Well, she won't be blonde by the time her jail term ends.
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Nysha - 2007-06-06 09:46:40
How about doing us all a favor and skipping straight to #10.
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zoot - 2007-06-07 11:04:04
I just heard they "released" paris hilton. that bitch. oh no- they "reassigned" her to her home for medical reasons!!!! she's on house arrest and can "go to work"~ whatever the hell that means for her! good gawd what is this country coming to. I don't like being an American anymore.
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-07 14:54:01
I think it was a waste of time to sentence her to any jail time anyway. There's a lot more awful things going on out there that people should be put in jail for. Community service maybe (and I don't mean picking up the trash off the freeway either), jail no. And really, it's not her fault that paparazzidiots are stumbling over themselves over her, is it?
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Sexlexsia - 2007-06-08 05:18:20
Squeak, you know that Paris is in jail because she drove drunk, only had her license suspended for that, and then continued to drive? It's not really a community service crime. She could have killed someone.
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:23:42
(Long comment broken up into several entries in an attempt to defeat Diarylandís anti-SPAM filter)
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:24:48
Yeah, I did know that. In Los Angeles, it is not uncommon for people given jail sentences to be released in much less time than they are supposed to serve
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:27:13
I know of at least one person (not a celeb) who had a prior DUI, drove on a suspended license, totaled three cars in one accident, told the cops on the scene (according to the police report)
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:30:02
He didn't remember what happened (hic!). There were injuries and obviously no ins. His eventual sentence? House Arrest!
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:30:59
I'm not arguing FREE PA RIS. I'm only saying that the system was broken with her initial sentence. What she did was stupid, but it never occurred to me she was a genius anyway. Pa ris Hil ton is the absolute LEAST of my concerns. The real criminals (can you even call her a criminal?), get to "walk" all the time or gain early release or get house arrest and nobody says anything about it. But just because this girl is the faux media phenomenon that she is, you would think that Char lie Man son had just been given a work release and now hangs around in everyone's neighborhood posting flyers. A suspended license, PLEASE!
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Squeakzilla - 2007-06-08 09:31:43
I've said here before that in Los Angeles they should release all the pot smokers and dealers to make more room for the gang bangers, gun toters etc. I'd rather have all violent people locked up than roaming the street whilst we wait for the next human tragedy which very well may involve me or someone I love
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Squeakzilla (final) - 2007-06-08 09:33:15
(and BTW, I dig your NAME).
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Jenn - 2007-06-09 21:17:10
Squeak- I hope you have children and i hope one of them gets hit by a drunk driver, and then i hope they get community service...
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Squeakzilla (again) - 2007-06-27 17:17:49
The point I was trying to make is demonstrated here. The following is excerpted from an article in The Daily News dated June 27th 2007: Sheriff Lee Baca released data supporting his release of Hilton: Of 382 female county jail inmates sentenced and released for driving on a suspended driver's license from June 1, 2006, to June 1, 2007: 46 percent: 10 days or less 42 percent: 11 to 44 days 2 percent: 45 days 10 percent: more than 46 days Of the 10 (or 2 percent) sentenced to 45 days, seven served two days or less. So Jenn, I was only trying to say what's fair is FAIR. The same rules should apply to everyone and in this case, it did not appear to be so. The phrase justice is blind can be taken to include more than vision.
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