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post #31 of 207
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Originally Posted by mikeber View Post
It's just envy. People don't like her because she does what she wants, she is rich and good looking. Most people do not enjoy such freedom. As with Martha Steward who fulfilled the American dream, everyone would like to be in her place. When she failed, it made people feel good. Kind of revenge. This thread says more about the people then about Paris Hilton.
Or maybe, just maybe, it's because she's a symbol for everything that's wrong with mundane, celebrity-obsessed middle America. I actually felt sorry for Martha Stewart because she was just being used as an example, however, anyone else in Paris Hilton's shoes would get the same treatment. Oh, and while you're entitled to your opinion, most guys I know actually don't think she's good-looking. She looks like a transvestite. I'd give her a 6 because she has nice skin and interesting bone structure.
post #32 of 207
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Originally Posted by mikeber View Post
It's just envy.
People don't like her because she does what she wants, she is rich and good looking. Most people do not enjoy such freedom. As with Martha Steward who fulfilled the American dream, everyone would like to be in her place. When she failed, it made people feel good. Kind of revenge.
This thread says more about the people then about Paris Hilton.

Don't commit the crime if you can't do the time, is what most people around here seem to be saying.
post #33 of 207
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Originally Posted by jonglover View Post
Or maybe, just maybe, it's because she's a symbol for everything that's wrong with mundane, celebrity-obsessed middle America.

I actually felt sorry for Martha Stewart because she was just being used as an example, however, anyone else in Paris Hilton's shoes would get the same treatment.

Oh, and while you're entitled to your opinion, most guys I know actually don't think she's good-looking. She looks like a transvestite. I'd give her a 6 because she has nice skin and interesting bone structure.
+1, my thoughts exactly. Despite the power/ riches of an individual, it is good to see people held appropriately accountable for their reckless behavior. Helps with the civility factor in a civilized society.
post #34 of 207
I'm not "happy" to see Paris Hilton go to jail, but I am happy to see the law apply equally to everyone. I'd have been much "happier" had she followed the terms of her probation so that we wouldn't be talking about this now.
post #35 of 207
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Again? That would imply it was in the real world some time in the past. Never was, never will be.
+100000. That really was a brilliant comment

JB
post #36 of 207
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Originally Posted by hopkins_student View Post
I'm not "happy" to see Paris Hilton go to jail, but I am happy to see the law apply equally to everyone.

Precisely!
post #37 of 207
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Originally Posted by mikeber View Post
It's just envy.
People don't like her because she does what she wants, she is rich and good looking. Most people do not enjoy such freedom. As with Martha Steward who fulfilled the American dream, everyone would like to be in her place. When she failed, it made people feel good. Kind of revenge.
This thread says more about the people then about Paris Hilton.

Maybe you should try reading everyones responses before maing that statement

MrR
post #38 of 207
Poor Paris! She is no doubt a spoiled, arrogant, airhead flake, but she is so beautiful I could forgive here anything!

Set her free, I say!

Failing that, at least secure the lissome blonde from the lustful clutches of the dreaded "stud brides"!
post #39 of 207
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Originally Posted by mikeber View Post
It's just envy. People don't like her because she does what she wants, she is rich and good looking. Most people do not enjoy such freedom. As with Martha Steward who fulfilled the American dream, everyone would like to be in her place. When she failed, it made people feel good. Kind of revenge. This thread says more about the people then about Paris Hilton.
Boo-bloody-hoo. Sorry but: a) she is NOT that good looking (used-up blonde--headed hoe anyone?) and b) more importantly she disregarded the terms of her probation AND broke the law. AGAIN. If nothing else you should feel happy that she is no longer on the road endangering people. JLibourel: LOL
post #40 of 207
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
i'm canadian. km/h. And I'm not sure exactly. It was a souped-up street racing car.

Thought as much. Only a handful of cars can hit 220mph, in km/h it's more, uh, reasonable. Nasty though. Glad he did ok.

~ Huntsman
post #41 of 207
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post
Thought as much. Only a handful of cars can hit 220mph, in km/h it's more, uh, reasonable. Nasty though. Glad he did ok.

~ Huntsman

Yeah, wouldn't think that they'd get away with crashing a McLaren F1, Xj220 or Veyron just like that.
post #42 of 207
they will segregate her so no dyke action, but lots of good camera phone shower shots from the guards!

i am glad this whore is getting jail time.
post #43 of 207
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife View Post
i had a dream about paris last night-----that i was going to make an honest woman out of her. she took me for a ride in her sports car and i had to shut my eyes as she sped along the pacific coast highway.


Are you sure thats all??
post #44 of 207
Somehow she will still be considered a "role-model". Sometimes even when society wins the human virtue fails.
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Is that Manton's shoe ??
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