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Paris goes to jail!

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by texas_jack, May 4, 2007.

  1. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

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  2. evilgeniusdan

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    Ahahahahahah, aaahahahhhh haha! Sweet.

    (nice tags too)
     
  3. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    Do you think she's too narrow for that sort of dyke action?
     
  4. WSW

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    She had it coming.
     
  5. LabelKing

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    She won't come in jail, I feel.
     
  6. amerikajinda

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    Wow. I actually feel sorry for her... [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. lakewolf

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    well, the way I see it I could say

    1. Bravo! Justice is applied no matter the fortune or the celebrity status of the lawbreaker.

    or

    2.The judge is being extremely severe with her because her fortune or her celebrity status

    which is the right one ?
     
  8. rnoldh

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    well, the way I see it I could say

    1. Bravo! Justice is applied no matter the fortune or the celebrity status of the lawbreaker.

    or

    2.The judge is being extremely severe with her because her fortune or her celebrity status

    which is the right one ?


    Without a doubt, #1 above is correct.

    If the facts were the same, but the accused was an indigent (of any color) person, with a court appointed lawyer, they would have been treated the same or worse.
     
  9. amerikajinda

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    This whole thing is just so sad... [​IMG] So much of her life - of all our lives - revolves around cars... this could have happened to any one of us...[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. Faded501s

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    The cynic in me is uneasy and my inner-slut wants to handcuff that nasty ho to the jail bars and do unthinkable things. I have no idea why this girl turns me on so much [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  11. acidboy

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    So I guess there is another season of her show, The Simple Life: Jailbitch or perhaps some producer is dusting off the script for a remake of... [​IMG]
     
  12. MrRogers

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    she'll never serve a day in jail

    mrr
     
  13. Ivan Kipling

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    Police said she was pulled over at about 11 p.m. after authorities saw the car speeding with its headlights off.
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    Better not do that anymore.
     
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    she'll never serve a day in jail

    mrr


    nor should she. my cousin passed a cop doing 220, his wheel burst and he rolled his car. He got out of his car and layed face-down on the road for the cop to arrest him (he always was a cocky bastard). He lost his license for a long time but didn't go to jail. It's a freakin traffic violation... The judge obviously doesn't approve of her lifestyle and is using his position to make some sort of example out of her. What he's trying to accomplish is anyone's guess.
     
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    nor should she. my cousin passed a cop doing 220, his wheel burst and he rolled his car. He got out of his car and layed face-down on the road for the cop to arrest him (he always was a cocky bastard). He lost his license for a long time but didn't go to jail. It's a freakin traffic violation... The judge obviously doesn't approve of her lifestyle and is using his position to make some sort of example out of her. What he's trying to accomplish is anyone's guess.

    220 in what might I ask?
     
  16. Huntsman

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    220 in what might I ask?

    My first thought as well. Unless of course you are in km/hr?
     
  17. GQgeek

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    My first thought as well. Unless of course you are in km/hr?

    i'm canadian. km/h. And I'm not sure exactly. It was a souped-up street racing car.
     
  18. JetBlast

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    She's certainly not getting any sympathy from me. Maybe she'll get her head back into the real world again.

    JB
     
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    It's great that Paris Hilton is going to jail and everything, but I'm forced to say: isn't the reaction a little hypocritical?

    If Paris had gotten lenient treatment because of her status and money, people would have been crying foul. Oh she's a spoiled bitch, a hooer, etc. Yet, when she gets slammed with a harsher-than-normal sentence (which LA attorneys seem to agree it was), nobody protests. Isn't this just as bad as if she had gotten off light?

    Anyway, I hope she makes nice with some big scary truck driving dykes!
     
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    All the commentators and broadcasts I've seen have said that this is exactly what your everyday Joe would have gotten.

    And I say BRAVO regardless
     

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