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Thursday, June 07, 2007


Stop thinking bad things about Paris Hilton for getting sprung from jail after serving only five days of her 23-day sentence.

The poor thing was on the verge of a nervous breakdown, for goodness sake.

She'll learn her lesson being under house arrest in her mansion.

Although, her mansion is probably a real nice place with a lot of luxurious amenities.

Don't you wish YOU were sentenced to 23 days of house arrest in Paris Hilton's mansion?

And stop thinking that justice is for sale in America.

Although -- can ANY prisoner now get sprung if they claim to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown? Is this a can-of-worms moment?

Oh, right -- just the ones who can afford psychiatrists who make cell calls.

Hey, that was unintentionally funny: "Cell calls." Not as in cell PHONE calls -- as in JAIL cell calls.


Anonymous gail jeanne mcgillicuddy said...

You got it wrong - according to the sheriff she spent 5 days there, right? Please give the celebrity the credit she's due........................

It's no wonder the rest of the world hates us.

2:37 PM, June 09, 2007  
Blogger Mark Voger said...

Thanks -- I corrected it to five days, Ms. McGillicuddy.

Of course, as all of breathless America knows by now, Paris has been ordered back to jail and says she will not appeal.

(Sniff) ... our little girl is growing up ...

11:13 PM, June 10, 2007  
Anonymous gail Jeanne McGillicuddy said...

I was actually being sarcastic about the 3 days vs. 5 days. Somehow the sympathetic (and no doublt well tipped) sheriff counted 5 days after discharging her with her mysterious "illness". Let's see, initially she went in late Sunday night and left early Thursday morning. His math gives you 5 days. Most normal people would consider that just slightly over 3.

Her publicist is coming up with some good spins in her statements - like "let's point the attention to the men and woman fighting for us overseas". Yeah, she's patriotic now, too. And yeah, and she's learning and growing...........

9:02 PM, June 11, 2007  

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