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Wednesday, 06 June 2007

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You mean, she hasn't already scheduled Annie Liebowitz to come in and make one?

We may be witnessing the collapse of civilization.

There are some things that just aren't worth any amount of money. Giving Paris Hilton any extra 'exposure' is on my list...

I can't explain why, but this girl's face must be the about the fakest I've ever seen, looks like a plastic thing. And her "personality" appears to be the same, but only more so. I can't see how such a cheap person gets that share of public attention.

"Paris Hilton is famous for being famous."

Unfortunately, I don't know who to credit the quote to...

man what a talented lady - such a waste going to jail and denying the world even more of all that great stuff she's done... ever ... mmmm

hey what's happened to that artistic nudes ad? a little creative cropping going on to draw attention to her lovely face?

"Unfortunately, I don't know who to credit the quote to..."

I think it was Charles Nelson Reilly...

Mike

"hey what's happened to that artistic nudes ad? a little creative cropping going on to draw attention to her lovely face?"

Tod,
The problem is not innate prudishness, but offices and schools...some people cannot have anything close to a "nude" open on their computers at work, and some schools will actually block sites with any nude or near-nude images on school computers. I heard from one teacher who said that with the old ad, he would no longer be able to recommend the site to his (high school) students. As far as I know he's not a prude either. It's just the reality of the environments some folks are dealing with. Eolake was very kind to cooperate with me on this.

Mike

Well, for what it's worth, I don't see this as a "Paris Hilton story," I see it as a story about how insane the celeb media industry is (with particular reference to photographers and paparazzi).

For every reader you lose by not towing some ridiculous line, I wonder how many you gain by being yourself?

Give her a cellphone and she'll do it herself.

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