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Friday, June 08, 2007


Well gang, it looks like my last post was moot, cause Paris is on the way back to jail. I wish I could say I feel sorry for her..................

Oh well.
Maybe the "just us" system works after all. Then again, I'm not holding my breath.


Blogger Kiyotoe said...

don't it feel good? The fact that she's so broken up and crying like a little brat makes it so gratifying (sp)

Fri Jun 08, 04:18:00 PM

Blogger notfearingchange said...

Alright...i don't think the tears are real. What i don't....

Sat Jun 09, 08:18:00 AM

Blogger Rock said...

paz, I think I'm going to commit a crime and dress in drag. If I'm not Paris's cellmate, at least I'll have the showers.

Yeah, I agree. Lock her up and give her plenty of tissues for wiping the tears away.


Sun Jun 10, 09:28:00 AM

Anonymous pigeontoes said...

forget all the other stuff! can't we just lock her up for being horrible?

Sun Jun 10, 03:35:00 PM

Blogger magdalene-sophie said...

I feel sorry for her.. she must be very embarassed.. but hope she learns a lesson there.

Mon Jun 11, 12:12:00 AM

Anonymous Slick said...

Yeah, I doubt it'll last too long. I heard they're already appealing it.

Damn celebrities.

Tue Jun 12, 08:20:00 AM

Blogger mimi said...

Just as the rich get richer & the poor get poorer, seeing the very privileged "PAY" is of very little consequence, considering the PRICE is more often than not minimal. Do I feel sympathy for the Paris Hilton's of the world? HELL-TO-THE-NO. Do I feel gratified that she is back in jail? That would require more interest and emotion than I am willing to expend. Justice in this instance as in many others is arbitrary: is her "celebrity" the focus of her crime for MEDIA-WHORE'S sake? Peace & Love, micki

Thu Jun 14, 02:02:00 PM

Blogger Wobbly*Bits said...

This is a three ring circus. She'll come out more popular and make going to jail as popular as she made sex tapes.

Fri Jun 15, 08:44:00 PM

Blogger ambandenva2 said...

I just wanna know what Martha Stewart had to say when Paris got out the first time. My guess is that it went something like this.

Martha is reading a newspaper before the taping of her show. Scratching her ankle where the monitor has chaffed.

Martha- War in Iraq. Rachel Ray bleh bleh. PARIS HILTON OUT OF JAIL!!

Martha reads on. Then picks up her trusty sidekick and texts Paris saying...


That is my take on the situation.

Sat Jun 16, 10:32:00 PM

Blogger Woozie said...

Can we please move on from this? I beg of you!

Mon Jun 18, 06:12:00 AM

Blogger Rock said...

paz, what do you think about Paris becoming a prison rights activist? She's been to jail now, so she's got her street credits, right? Right--what a joke, huh?

Truth—The No Spin Politically Incorrect Zone

Mon Jun 18, 05:34:00 PM

Anonymous Igor said...

I am no lawyer, but more knowledgable people told me that her sentence was unusually harsh for the offense.

jail time in situation when neither bodily harm nor loss of property occurred ???

do we want The Rich to answer to the same laws as the rest of us, or do we want "the revenge!" ?

Mon Jun 18, 08:06:00 PM

Blogger paz y amor said...

Wow Igor, where ya been?!?! Nice to have you back in the fold. I think it's safe to say that there's a little spite/revenge as far as Paris is concerned, but I don't think too many people have sympathy for her situation either. Her reckless behavior typifies her "above the law" attitude and maybe she's being made an example of- oh well.

"jail time in situation when neither bodily harm nor loss of property occurred ???"

There's more than a few prostitutes and johns in jail these days...

Wed Jun 20, 04:40:00 AM

Blogger eyechan said...


Wed Jun 20, 06:42:00 AM

Anonymous igor said...


no, I don't have sympathy for ms hilton either

yes, I do despise victimless "crime" laws as much as you are.

still, I believe, there must be a rational basis for treating other people, independent of who or what they are.

if you or I don't get jail time for just driving under suspension (again), I don't quite see why someone else should be treated differently.

as for her "above the law" behavior... reckless - yes, ignorant of others - yes, inconsiderate - yes -- just like that of kids of her age - the ones who don't really have to earn a living, not just millionaires+,...

... but "above the law" ? mmm... no, I don't think so.

pls remember, it is her particular violation which is the subject of the law here, not her character in general.

or is it a show trial of Ms Hilton as a representative of the Upper Class?

Wed Jun 20, 06:21:00 PM

Blogger paz y amor said...


"or is it a show trial of Ms Hilton as a representative of the Upper Class?"

Anytime a celebrity is on trial, it's gonna be a "show trial". Mediahounds are all over the place to get the latest scoop- all for ratings. To answer your question, it's both. Meaning that it's possible the judge was making an example of her based on her "privaledge-fueled" reckless behavior. There are many stars who go out feeling invincible, doing stupid things and wind up in court? Usually it's just a slap on the wrist and their sent on their way. I think if it was Bill Cosby who had recieved the same sentence, there'd be a little bit more sympathy/support because of his wholesome image, but it's P. Hilton we're talking about here. I agree with you though that there may be some bias against her, but only the hard core fans of hers are pressing for leniency.

As with life, there's nothing "fair" about the American justice system. It's supposed to be blind, but history has shown that people of different races, religions, genders, economic classes and ages have been given different sentences for similar crimes. I think it's shocking because FINALLY someone with money got the short end of the stick for a change when usually it's the poor folks who get stuck.

"pls remember, it is her particular violation which is the subject of the law here, not her character in general."

That's when justice is black/white- which it never is. Personal character is always taken into consideration at trial. Are they a flight risk? What is the likelihood of them committing another crime? Are they a risk to harm themselves? Judges base a lot of their decisions on questions of character. It shouldn't be an issue, but it always is. I'm sure if P. had a reputation for volunteer work and community service rather than Miss Party USA, the judge would have been more lenient.

Thu Jun 21, 07:38:00 PM

Blogger Woozie said...

We the People of the Internets, in Order to form a more perfect The Path, establish discontent, insure our voices be heard, provide for those who wish not to speak for themselves, promote the general Welfare, and secure the imminent Paris-Hilton-free future of this weblog, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Internets.

Fri Jun 22, 10:40:00 AM

Blogger Sarge Charlie said...

Mr Paz, I responded to Mr Rock over at my place, stop by, you will be amused if nothing else......

Fri Jun 22, 05:43:00 PM

Blogger paz y amor said...

I second the motion carried forthwith by the good senator from Washington D.C. As such, the motion carries without objection and the trials and tribulations, issues, jail sentences, vaginal displays and all other references to Paris Hilton are hereby removed from future posts on The Path until June 22nd 2008 when the amendment expires.

Fri Jun 22, 07:00:00 PM

Blogger notfearingchange said...

pop by when you have a chance...you're mentioned.

Sun Jun 24, 07:57:00 PM


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