Saturday, June 09, 2007

I think all the same things about Paris Hilton that you do. Still, when I look at this photo, the emotion I experience is sympathy.

5 comments:

Dmnkly said...

Stock up that sympathy while you can, Rob. I fully expect she'll burn through it all within one month of her release, tops. The only thing more irritating than a self-centered classist socialite who fails to understand that she earned her stay in the penal system is a self-centered classist socialite who wants to tell the whole world just how impossibly unbearable her exceptionally brief stay in the cushiest little corner of the penal system was.

Or maybe I just grew up with too many young daughters of exceptionally wealthy parents who had learned, either consciously or subconsciously, that they could be as shallow and cruel as they wanted and get away with anything by simply breaking down and crying whenever they went too far.

Sorry. That one may have... uh... touched a long dormant raw nerve.

Levois said...

I don't have much sympathy for her. She already came in and blew it. I can understand her emotion but she did this to herself.

Rob said...

I don't disagree, gentlemen. She never should have been released in the first place, shouldn't get special treatment, etc. Just a brief lapse on my part, I'm sure it'll pass...

Dmnkly said...

Oh, you should never apologize for feeling sympathy, no matter how unworthy the recipient of your sympathy may be. I'm a little surprised by my own feelings on the subject... or that I have them at all. Like I say, there are some childhood issues I'm working out here :-)

Kelly Mahoney said...

Any bets on what this "undisclosed medical condition" is?

I bet she was just starting to make friends with Bubba, the jail pimp, when the tossed her out.