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COPOUT - Paris Hilton

Your Majesty P.H., for once in your life, show a little dignity
and start facing the bull by the horns, just as the rest of us paupers do
when faced with something extremely unpleasant!

Question kids. What advice would YOU give Paris Hilton if you could?

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Jun. 8th, 2007 06:44 pm (UTC)
I'm really liking this judge who is all over her. :)
He's not going to let her or the other people in the justice system let her get off easy.
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:11 pm (UTC)
I'm liking the judge a lot, too.

Do you think the sheriff what harrassed, and frightened to such a point by the shrink yelling at him that H.P. was on the verge of committing suicide, and this was the reason he let her go?
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:18 pm (UTC)
I hate to admit to being curious about anything Paris Hilton related but;

ya, this administrator/sheriff had a good reputation of handling other celebrity incarerations. not sure what went down that caused them to cave in and let her go for "undisclosed medical reasons". And even after the judge made it clear house arrest was not an option.
Jun. 8th, 2007 11:29 pm (UTC)
Seems like he believed his facility couldn't handle her because she was having psychological issues, so he sent her to her house. Now, they're going to put her in a facility that has a psychiatric ward so all will be good.
Jun. 8th, 2007 06:48 pm (UTC)
I can't blame her for trying to get out of her sentence or jail. And since she's a girl, she's gonna act all emotional by playing the lady in distress card. It's her finest acting to date. And before anyone says anything, I'm not saying all girls do that. Just saying that's her tactic.
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:24 pm (UTC)
No Mo Party Time!
I just saw a pic of her crying and not looking the picture perfect gal who makes sure she ALWAYS looks her best!

Nah, she's not acting emotional or playing the lady in distress at all; she's expressing her feelings, and tactics have never had anything to do with this fiasco she created from the very beginning.

All the girl has ever known is to look pretty and PARTY! And yes she's a girl, but please don't compare any of us to that wimp! Grrr!

Don't blame her for trying to get out of her jail sentence? Jesus Christ! She was only sentenced to 23 days. She served two of those days partying!
Jun. 8th, 2007 09:41 pm (UTC)
Re: No Mo Party Time!
"And yes she's a girl, but please don't compare any of us to that wimp! Grrr!"

I can't help it. But don't worry about it. She stands no chance in competing with other girls because I prefer strong ones like you.

Don't blame her for trying to get out of her jail sentence? Jesus Christ! She was only sentenced to 23 days. She served two of those days partying!

It's wrong what she did, and she should be held accountable. I just understand why she doesn't want to go. She was free, and now she'll be caged for a few days. And yeah, her emotional distress is real... per se. I'm just saying that she's allowing it to come forth so she could get her way. i.e. Out of jail.

Too bad she's not that cute. :P
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:21 am (UTC)
Re: No Mo Party Time!
Sometimes even strong girls break into millions of pieces, but the secret is to find all the little pieces again, all by one self, and glue them all back together again.

Oh well, I think it’s high time I start behaving like my usual obnoxious self. It’s much more fun than busting a gut over Parish Hilton! :o)
Jun. 9th, 2007 02:23 am (UTC)
Re: No Mo Party Time!
agreed. :)
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:06 pm (UTC)
"I'm going to give you the same advice I give my son every morning. Lose the makeup! Get a haircut! And stop using my razor to shave your fun zone!"
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:37 pm (UTC)
But that's the style for guys! Leave him alone! :o)
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:46 pm (UTC)
My suggestion would be to GROW UP! She is a spoiled child.

Did you see the Sherrif Vehicle that went to pick her up almost run over one of those stupid papparazzi? They were pushing up against the damn vehicle trying to get a picture of the bitch.

What they need to do next is file an abuse charge against her parents for never teaching her about personal responsibility. Her parents are as much to blame as Paris herself.

This is a big a joke as the OJ fiasco. Now they are talking about Paris in the court twitching and looking like she was physically Ill. It would not surprise me if Miommie gave her some drug to cause the shakes to make her look pitiful. If that is the fact put her in the hospital lock up till she is well or till the drugs wear off then slap her back in jail. This is a County lock up, think of what she would do if she was sentenced to PRISON.
Jun. 9th, 2007 06:12 pm (UTC)
No I didn't.

I believe I heard that one million dollars would be paid to the one who could get a good picture of her. Guess what, Daddy? For that kind of money, I do believe I'm going to change careers and become one of THE PAPPARAZI!! haaaa
Jun. 8th, 2007 07:57 pm (UTC)
I wouldn't give her any advice until I had spoken with her and found out her psychological state. It may be she is truly in bad shape emotionally or it may be she is just having a big tantrum. Of course, being locked up gives one a very strong feeling of being helpless, of having no control over anything.

Given that she is not too ill to serve the time, I'd tell her that she needs to accept this short time in jail and use it productively in some way......... reading or writing or studying et al.
Jun. 8th, 2007 08:32 pm (UTC)
The woman was to appear for court because of some suit against her by some co-worker, and she used the same tactics as she did today. The court was merciful and set her court date to August. I believe that night, or the next, she threw a great big party.

There are no ifs nor what's about it, the woman is going through a major tantrum, because for once in her life, she can't RULE those around her.

People are saying we hate her. NO! We don't hate her, we hate the fact that she got behind the wheel of a car and took off DRUNK, and has refused to pay the consequences for breaking the law to this day.
Jun. 8th, 2007 08:22 pm (UTC)
Heh... Good to see she got her arse hauled back to jail :D
Jun. 8th, 2007 08:25 pm (UTC)
wow... I was just reading today's yahoo news article on it. wow.
screaming and crying like a 5 year old.
she could have spared herself all of this if she hadnt violated her probation.

I'm sure that Sheriff had been made some kind of offer, either direct or implied, to send her home yesterday. the jails are full of mentally/physically ill people that dont get to go home for vacation, and her only "condition" is being a spoiled turd who has never been held accountable for her actions.
he offense might not have been "violent", but people could have been horribly mangled or killed by her drunk driving, and she hardly had any punishment for that in the first place. for her to just blow off her probation and expect it to be taken care of by mom is an obvious sign she didnt learn any kind of lesson about personal responsibility the first time.

I'm glad the judge stepped up and took charge. in addition to what he gave her, I think she should be forced to face the potential damage from drunk driving, like listening to first hand accounts and seeing video/pictures of wrecks.
Jun. 8th, 2007 09:23 pm (UTC)
My advice to her... Her stay might be limited on how good it can be, but her own attitude can make it infinitely worse. Don't be aloof. Don't feel sorry for yourself, and take one day at a time.
Jun. 8th, 2007 10:36 pm (UTC)
My advice to her would be..........
Get a sex change my dear.......
Jun. 9th, 2007 04:27 pm (UTC)
Oh dear!
Jun. 8th, 2007 11:43 pm (UTC)
re: From Dr. Taz
Hmm... les'see:

1. No more parties for a long, long while. You'll have to go to college and really figure out what it is you really want to do. Hey, your parents mostly likely went to a university. If that doesn't suit your ideals, then maybe we'll find a trade school instead. In any case, that head of yours needs an overhaul. Yes, you may have been handed a silver spoon, but most successful people have gone to college or at least a trade school, including some of those people in Hollywood you party with on a near daily basis.

2. Drop the lawyers. They may be saving you from trouble, but unless you're forced to form your own instincts and skills in life, even the best lawyers will eventually concede how much of a drain it is to constantly defend you.

3. Get someone else to drive you for a while. You aren't in the best mental shape to begin with. People like you are subject to losing attention while driving, and are prone to road rage.

4. Get some new friends. Even if they're rich folk, at least make sure that they at least instill some sense of moral responsibility in you. If they ask that you do some charitable work along with them, then try to do at least some part of it. And, no, you may not have a tv crew following you at all hours. No reality tv show productions, please.

5. Oh okay... speaking of which... no more reality tv productions for any reason. That stuff is distorting people's minds, and is completely needless.

6. Yes... you can still have some fun. But try to be more creative about it. Perhaps it can be while you're doing the charitable work. Try out some new activities. Go break a sweat or something. Or find something that'll actually stimulate you intellectually... doing that often takes a lot of trial and error. That's normal. (Yeah, I know that you tried some of this in "The Simple Life"... but no tv crews... but a tiny little camcorder or digital camera might be okay).

7. Lastly, I don't really hate you. Really, I don't. It's just that what you're doing is so utterly pathetic, and is unfortunately a symptom of what some people do these days. You're still young enough to make a difference. If you can just be self-confident enough to get past the bullshit that's slinging against you now, you might just have a chance. I'd think that if you could fall in love with someone that could cultivate something better from you... imagine the possibilities.

Jun. 9th, 2007 06:09 pm (UTC)
Re: From Dr. Taz
Dr. Taz, I couldn't have said it better!
Jun. 9th, 2007 12:41 am (UTC)
What I would say....
Listen, Paris honey...things look bad now because they are not going you're way. I'm sorry this little dose of reality had to hit you but you have to learn how to keep your indiscretions discreet. You're in the eye of the public and you've made your deal with satan for the fame you've acquired, but the deal has a downside. Thank your lucky stars that your grandfather Conrad is not alive for these shenanigans of yours, you would be disinherited faster than a Japanese executive in Las Vegas..When you get out you have a few billion dollars to look forward to. Do you think you're the only rich person to party and screw around? Absolutely not, don't feel bad about that. You can still have your fun, but you've got to pay your dues a little. Here's my prison tip. Stay out of general population if you can. If you face a socialization within the institute, then I recommend you pay off some gang members to keep you free from your short stay. And after all it is a short stay. I can do one month standing on my head, you'll have to shut up and do your time....oh yeah, and be polite to the other inmates, you can't aford to make enemies. It'll be over and you'll learn your lesson. If you're a billionaire party girl, it's better to let the chaufeeur do the driving.

Hugs and Kisses,
NGD -)
Jun. 11th, 2007 02:57 am (UTC)
Hire a few Mexican gang bangers to be your bodyguards. Yeah I know she won't be in the general population but it wouldn't hurt.
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