4.02.2007

News Paris Hilton and Tara Reid Still Hot


13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Suggestion. Put your "spin" items in blog form also so we can offer comment. Want so much to agree with you on the lady from Boyd with cancer. Hope she changes her mind. There are many lifestyle choices that lead to sudden and devastating issues. You can't fix them by "going opposite" in your choices for the same period of time it took to create the problem. Example, if you drink and drive and one day cause a bad wreck and hurt people, you can't choose to stop drinking for a few years and make that wreck go away. Same with cancer. It doesn't work that way. Once it hits, and if she thinks it's the result of her lifestyle choices, it represents the conclusion of her lifestyle choices, not a turning point or midpoint.

Anonymous said...

That poor woman is certainly confused by some religious nut case saying all she needs to do is get right with God and all will be done in his plan. Poor thing. She needs rapid medical care and even that may be too late to give her much more life.

As for poor old Paris - I hope they revoke her probation and she gets some good jail time like "normal" folks would.

hopeful said...

blah blah...barry and his wishful thinking women pics. when will there be something for us girls? show me george clooney, val kilmer or barry green.

Anonymous said...

Better yet, don't put your spin items in blog format. Then you won't get tired head from reading people state the obvious.

moma247 said...

I totally agree hopeful, show us some guys!

I agree with you too 9:29. I read this story and I thought to myself that this woman is either crazy or has a death wish. Not all cancers are due to lifestyle choices. I pray for this woman and her family that if it's not too late to do anything now, that in six months it won't be too out of control to do anything at all when she finally decides to medically take care of it. I've known a woman that turned to religion to cure her cancer and six months later had children mourning her loss.

hopeful said...

in regards to the WC Messenger story: This is a personal choice and should be respected. If the person featured in the story wants our advise she will ask for it. I am hoping this is also the reason Barry did not post the story here.

saw_em_off_ags said...

If it's such a personal choice, why was it in the Messenger?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry about this lady's cancer too but she put it out there for public consumption when she appeared on Oprah and agreed to be featured in a newspaper article.

Anonymous said...

Well, let's wait for the big new follow-up. In about 6 month this poor lady will be either dead or wishing she were. There won't be any miraculous recovery due to prayer or her "change" in life choices.

Anonymous said...

If you think they're hot, you have really low standards.

Anonymous said...

Boy, I'm otta touch. I know Paris is a publicity hog slimeball but who's the other broad? She may be ambassador to Brazil or the local librarian as far as I know.

Pseudonym said...

Tara Reid's bikini top is about 3 sizes too small. She must have pulled out a suit from when she was 13.

Anonymous said...

No, Tara had to go back only a couple of years for a smaller size top, to before she got the contents "enhanced". Looks okay, but in my opinion, a total waste of skin (the person and the enhancement.
Same goes for the celebutante. It's easy to say you want Paris in prison, but that would just create more media circus. Oh, for the good old days when the rest of the world hated/envied us because we were moral and righteous.