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Celebrity skanks back in the news...Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2007, at 10:01 AM
Ok. Now I know that the pressure on a celebrity is probably something that I will never understand. Being constantly hounded by paparazzi and bashed us us crazy media nuts has to get old.
Does that give these pretentious Hollywood rich kids the right to stomp around and do whatever they want?
Last night, Lindsay Lohan was arrested again and charged with D.U.I. and possession of cocaine. Some people never learn.
Somewhere in the last 45 days, Lohan got smashed, had a wreck, went to jail and then rehab (again!). It seems she's come full circle once again.
I don't mean to pick on Lindsay alone either. Look at Britney, Paris and all of the others.
These people don't live by the same laws you and I do. If I was picked up for possession of coke after a car wreck I'd be upstate in a heartbeat. Where's the consistency here?
Is looking good really worth that much? Or do these judges and law enforcement officials just get all giddy when they see them and lose all of their backbone?
Don't get me wrong...I'm not blind. Sure they're nice to look at, but that's as far as it goes. Eventually someone is going to have to make an example of these girls or they're all going to drop into heroin induced comas.
I think they need to read up on Courtney Love a bit. That's certainly where they're headed.
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