Paris goes to jail!

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

  1. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    220 in what might I ask?

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


  2. GQgeek

    GQgeek Senior member

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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.
     


  3. JetBlast

    JetBlast Senior member

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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
     


  4. Augustus Medici

    Augustus Medici Senior member

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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!
     


  5. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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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
     


  6. ghulkhan

    ghulkhan Senior member

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    I feel kinda bad for her. The verdicts kinda harsh...I mean if it were a friend of mine id feel for em...or anyone i knew of

    sucks for her...
     


  7. MrRogers

    MrRogers Senior member

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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.
    I don't see the relevance of your cousins situation. They're both idiots?? Paris was initiallly on probation for a DUI. She failed to enroll in alcohol edu and kept driving on a suspended license. MAYBE the judge was trying to send the message that you can't drive drunk, ignore the limits of your probation and get away with it. I'll never have 5% of what shes worth and I don't like seeing her locked up just bc she hot and rich. I hate drunk drivers with a passion and love to see them suffer when caught. If shes failing a field sobriety test she has no business being behind the wheel. MrR
     


  8. Christofuh

    Christofuh Senior member

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    Scrawny cockbait [​IMG]
     


  9. mano

    mano Senior member

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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


    Again? That would imply it was in the real world some time in the past. Never was, never will be.
     


  10. Buickguy

    Buickguy Senior member

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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.

    I tend to agree. Excessive speed, DUI, suspended license = 30 to 90 days.
    45 days for those misdemeanors is a fair sentence.
     


  11. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    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. [​IMG]
     


  12. Manny Calavera

    Manny Calavera Senior member

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    -1 for Praying Mantis [​IMG]

    I hope she actually ends up serving it.
     


  13. mikeber

    mikeber Senior member

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    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.
     


  14. Maharlika

    Maharlika Senior member

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    Well there are two possiblities:

    1.) She goes to jail and it could help 'humble' her and be more responsible.

    2.) She doesn't go to jail, do something stupid and end up like Jayne Mansfield. Jane's head was severed in a car crash together with her dog.
     


  15. rnoldh

    rnoldh Senior member

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    It's probably a business decision.

    There will be a DVD soon coming out titled:

    Hilton goes down in the Green Light Hotel.
     


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