Comments: Suck it up, twat. a.k.a. Paris goes to jail Part Deux

There is a God in Heaven!

Posted by DirtCrashr at June 8, 2007 01:47 PM

First the Ducks win, now this...God, what have I done to deserve so much joy at once?

Posted by Emily at June 8, 2007 02:46 PM

Well said, CTG.

Posted by Mia at June 8, 2007 09:06 PM

Best line I heard about this whole mess (I forget which late-night talk show host said it):

It's the 'RawSkank Redemption'.

Posted by Mrs. Who at June 9, 2007 06:52 AM

Ha! Cosmic comeuppance in it's finest form!!

BTW - I'm late with the mailing of your presents - on the way soon though! :-)

Posted by Richmond at June 9, 2007 09:08 AM

This is what happens when you drive drunk. You go to jail. PERIOD.

No. Paris got a wet reckless for driving drunk (if you're only a little over the legal limit, and you're not doing anything too crazy, and it's your first time busted for being over the limit, they charge you with reckless driving rather than DUI and it's informally called a "wet reckless")

She was released and her license was suspended. She was then caught driving on her suspended license. Her excuse was that it was no big deal because she was just going to In-N-Out for a quick late-night snack. She may have even been caught twice, I don't remember. That's why she's in jail. Not for driving drunk.

It's pathetic how she casually broke the law multiple times and acted like it was no big deal. It's pathetic how the macho judge has decided to punish Paris more than other people who have been convicted of the same crimes. It's pathetic how Paris got to go home and wax her legs for a day. It's pathetic how the media won't shut up about it. The whole story is pathetic.

Posted by Daryl Herbert at June 10, 2007 03:03 PM

Hi, I found your site via searching for "caltech" on Twitter (TwitDir).

Well, maybe if Paris spends her whole whopping 45 days in jail, she'll have time to think about all the hurt she could have caused by driving drunk.

I read on the news that she reportedly said that going to jail was by far the hardest thing she'd ever done, but I guess she's never been to college or the military! I wonder if she's learning to make her own bed for the first time.

So what are you and your husband doing at Caltech?

Gordon (aeroG on Twitter)

P.S. - I read that "eleventy-one things" post. That's pretty funny. I never realized Einstein was born on 3/14.

Posted by Gordon at June 10, 2007 06:18 PM

I had to re-read that three times. I started laughing too hard each time to finish. I really don't like Parasite Hilton.

Posted by Contagion at June 12, 2007 04:12 PM