Thursday, June 07, 2007

Justice in action

That's one in the eye for people who believe there's one law for the rich, and one for the rest of us. As Paris Hilton is freed from jail after a few minutes, it turns out there's also a third law, for the hyper-rich.


Anonymous said...

Paris Hilton is *not* hyper rich - don't assume that because she is a Hilton she is in line for that money. She isn't. The heiress tag is way off. The majority of money she has she has earned herself.

It also seems that the time she spent in jail is about the same time as anyone else would have for the same thing.

blown up story because it is Paris Hilton.......

Anonymous said...

you have to be kidding...the same amount of time as anyone else?you're on fuckin' crack!

simon h b said...

Anonymous #1 - that, I think, is the most ridiculous thing I have read in a long time. She comes from a family whose head, Barron Hilton, is estimated by Forbes to be worth a billion; she herself is one of the heirs of the $50m hotel business - I'm not quite sure why you think that is "way off."

Earned her money for herself? She has no talents and isn't noticably attractive - she's merely continued to trade off the family name. If she hadn't been born with a platinum Amex in her buttcheeks, she'd know that Wal-Mart isn't a place where they make walls, because she'd be hoping for a job there.

People who drive while disqualified don't serve two days in prison. But then, since you're writing from a world where people in line for fifty million dollars as an accident of birth are apparently hard up, maybe in your world they do.

Anonymous said...

'Earned her own money', indeed!

I think I'd actually have a bit more respect for her if she just lived off her parents money, rather than living off the proceeds of a sex video and its resultant notoriety.

Someone who exchanges sex for money is still a prostitute, whichever way you cut it. She no more 'earns' her own money than one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends does.

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