reminded me of all the hoopla that went on back when
Paris Hilton did her time . . . and I got on my soap box
about justice and the lack of . . .
Oh my . . . the photo says it all. This was a rude awakening . . . totally not expected.
Paris . . . She goes to jail . . . she freaks out, cries, whines and whips herself up into an emotional frenzy . . . the shrink and the sheriff come to the rescue and in the wee hours of the night, she gets to be a prisoner in her palacial paradise . . . woohoo . . . the party plans begin . . .
Hold on Miss Priss , says the judge . . . I never said you could put on that ankle bracelet and party at home for the next 23 days . . . come to my place, the court, we need to talk . . . and slaps the sheriff to the side, visibly upset that his toes were stepped on . . . alas today's frenzy began.
Here I sit at home every day and generally don't make plans to go out, but I did today. Well, as the story unfolded, I had to leave the drama as Paris and her entourage arrived at the courthouse . . . the paparrazzi were deprived the pics . . . but OMG she gave them a show on her departure . . .
As much as I have hated the media focus on way too many spoiled brat trashy arrogant rich bitch divas who think they can do anything they want with no repercussions . . . I must admit that I did not want to leave the unfolding drama . . . it would have made me deliriously happy to pop some popcorn and have some chocolate with it as I enjoyed the paparrazzi getting run over by the police cars, the pushing, the shoving . . . somehow it is more meaningful to watch while it is happening.
When I got home after it was all over, I already knew what was gonna happen before they showed the clips on the news . . . I got a synopsis before the news clips. Damn . . . what a letdown. I missed "the walk" and the priceless look on her face as she was sitting in the back seat of the police car crying her whiny little self into a frenzy . . . ohhhhh I missed it . . . was she handcuffed?
I am not the type of person who delights in another person's misery . . . quite the contrary, I am one of the most compassionate people you will ever know. What I deplore is arrogance, the superior attitude of a powerful, super rich family who thinks they can handle people in all walks of life as they do in business, as the puppetmasters with all the puppets dancing to their tune.
The thought of that whiny little rich bitch who thinks she is so far superior to the rest of the world in the midst of HER PEERS of people who don't know how to abide by the law and be accountable for their actions delights me.
I heard something funny on the news . . . someone sent in an email regarding the whole Paris controversy . . . wouldn't the tan lines from the ankle bracelet be enough punishment for Paris?
But seriously . . . it is called justice . . . punishment for a crime . . . it should happen more often, perhaps if people know they have to pay the price for not abiding by the law of the land.
I am getting sick to death of seeing the people on these talk shows saying that the punishment was too harsh . . . in my opinion, it is not about Paris Hilton and her blatant disregard for authority . . . it is about justice, punishment and learning a lesson to become a better person in our society. Grow up Paris . . . I feel like going to California to kick her ass myself for being such a spoiled brat . . .
Love or hate Martha Stewart and what she did time for . . . she went and did the time like a lady . . . she was an example of paying for life's mistakes. Doesn't really matter what she did or if the punishment was too harsh . . . SHE PAID FOR HER MISTAKE!
We need more judges like this one, who will stand up to anyone who has broken the rules . . . no matter what their social status or power that money can buy. Kudos to the judge!!