Listen - I have a few comments about the "review" that you wrote about the night. First comment, you need to learn how to spell and how to
punctuate. But I digress.
As for those of us who were waiting outside and watching the "pseudo" celebrities enter the club, we were the local fashionistas and socialites of Montreal. But being the pre-adolescent recluse from the suburbs that you quite obviously are, the closest you've been to a club or even a bar would be driving by one. Or should I say, when your parents were driving you by one as I have my serious doubts that you are even of legal age, let alone smart enough to drive. Oh right, you take the Metro.
What exactly constitutes a professional clubgoer in your oh-so-humble opinion? I'm not quite sure what that is and I've worked around and in clubs for years.
Since when does 10:45 pm mean that it is a late night?! You really are too young and too suburban to be out if that is what you think my dear.
"Everyone has its own opinion, but it's just that some people don't really know her!" And do you know her? Really? Because then why were you only getting a glimpse of her? Why were you not with her if you know her?
"Yikes, I forgot to mention there was this speaker or entertainer, whatever you want to call him, for Tribe. He was really a clueless and silly guy (but not a hater or a fan). Oh yeah, while waiting outside of the club, I heard the song "Fightin' Over Me" from the club!!! This silly guy asked to one of his friends "What's the first song of Paris Hilton...? Turn It...?" His friend said: "Turn It Up, Turn It Up!" and started singing it. I wanted to tell the silly guy if he could ask the DJ to play my favourite Paris Hilton song "Turn You On," but I didn't. I only heard "Fightin' Over Me." At least it wasn't the usual "Stars Are Blind" they always play. Some people think Paris has only one song. I'll get back to this silly guy a little later! Have to!"
May I please introduce you to ALAN T. He is world-renowned, infamous, intelligent and infinitely more accomplished than you, my dear, will ever be. He is not clueless - he is LEGENDARY. (And for the record, you don't ask dj's to play songs. This is not request hour on Mix 96.)
Oh, and this "silly" guy does know Paris. They've worked together many times and his number is in her phone. Can you say that? And since you missed the red carpet, you would have seen her kiss him and chat to him. Oh but you didn't even stay for the moment you'd been waiting for. I guess you were out past your bedtime.
"When I saw Paris Hilton in the car, a feeling of biss came right through me. " And what exactly is "biss"? "he windows were very tanned, so it was very dark, but I was able to see her thanks to camera flashes coming from the paparazzi and media. I'm not sure, but I think she was talking to her cell." Windows do not tan, they are tinted. You don't to to your cell, you talk to someone on your cell.
"I kept asking to the staff and fans: "Is Paris coming out? When?" I first asked this question to that silly guy. He said: "Yes, just for you!" God, he was so useless! I don't even think he saw Paris. Can't blame him, the whole thing happened so fast, and already there were a lot of people. 90% of the time he was babbling about the stars who were coming in. 10% was about Paris."
It wasn't ALL about Paris. The night was about TRIBE and there were other people involved. He is NOT useless. His job is to entertain the people who are going in, to entertain the people who are waiting and he does it well. He's worked all over the world, notably in many Miami and NYC clubs. (Would you even know where those places are?)
So get your facts right and learn to write English, capice?
Well, to start off, the English problem is completely unimportant. I don't concertate on that. I try to get my message out first, and then fix the
Your comments seem a bit arrogant sometimes, but in a weird way, and on some issues, you just misunderstood me.
But I'll reply to some of your comments:
"What exactly constitutes a professional clubgoer in your oh-so-humble opinion? I'm not quite sure what that is and I've worked around and in clubs for years."
Without going into details, you just have to take a look at Paris Hilton. She's a professional clubgoer (or partygirl). Some celebrities I saw were professional. They know how to walk, and generally had a professional attitude. I noticed that some of them were arrogant, others were as nice as Paris is. If you're going to trash-talk about Paris because beauty and all that are very important for you and you want to be superior, it's not professionalism. That's just my crazy humble opinion. I'm not a professional.
"Since when does 10:45 pm mean that it is a late night?! You really are too young and too suburban to be out if that is what you think my dear."
10:45pm is not really late. 1:15am is not really late either (I sleep during that time if there's no school the next day!), but there were people with me who had to go to work the next morning.
"And do you know her? Really? Because then why were you only getting a glimpse of her? Why were you not with her if you know her?"
Interesting, I suppose you misunderstood me. I wanted to see a glimpse of Paris because I've never seen her. I wanted to see her for the same reason why fans always go and see her, but my reasons are a bit more different. I know Paris Hilton, but not personally. I know what she does and how she's like because I write about her almost everyday. And I don't need to be with her.
"May I please introduce you to ALAN T. He is world-renowned, infamous, intelligent and infinitely more accomplished than you, my dear, will ever be. He is not clueless - he is LEGENDARY. (And for the record, you don't ask dj's to play songs. This is not request hour on Mix 96.)"
Yes, I heard about him after I came back home. I didn't really find him funny and he angered me because he wasn't talking about the biggest guest of the evening. I called Al a "silly guy" but I'm just playing with him because after all, he acted silly! That's what made him funny, and I don't mean it in a rude way. He is definitely clueless about Paris lol, but I was just kidding about the request. Don't take it too seriously. I still would've asked him as a joke! I don't think I seriously wish to be world-renowned, infamous, intelligent, etc like him. Let's just say Paris makes me laugh a lot more when I watch her on the Simple Life than Al does. But same is true about so many well known comedians.
"And since you missed the red carpet, you would have seen her kiss him and chat to him. Oh but you didn't even stay for the moment you'd been waiting for. I guess you were out past your bedtime."
Yes, I saw the video. I know Paris knows him... so?
"And what exactly is "biss"?"
You know exactly what I meant. And I'll correct that typo.
Thanks for "tinted" and "talk to someone on your cell", I'll correct them, it's no big deal.
"It wasn't ALL about Paris."
I think it should've been if they wanted to promote more the club. However, I think that to most of them, Paris wasn't a big deal. It was more about promotion and the club was not for 15-16 years old teenagers. It wasn't an appearance for Paris to promote her CD, say, but still, people were interested to see her in Montreal. I think Tribe benefited a lot from all the press coverage.
And btw, I'm a lot older than you think. And I'm definitely not a club goer or a professional in this field. Not really interested in clubs either.
Well Alan knows her well, you just know what you read in other media coverage. And the fact he said, "Fierceness is always welcome" and called her
legendary speaks more volumes about him and their relationship.
Tribe doesn't need the press - it's routinely packed on any night it's open. It is a very popular venue.
He is definitely far from clueless. You should read his resume my dear.
Ask your dear Paris what she thinks of him. Perhaps then you'll stop throwing shade where it is not necessary.
Tribe brought Paris because they wanted to promote the club. That's what they said in the media. If the media lied again, let me know.
He is clueless about what was happening. And I think he knows Paris' work very well. If I were him, I would have said: "Singer, actress, model Paris Hilton!" or "Ladies and gentlemen, the most beautiful heiress in the world: Paris Hilton!" Anyway, it's no big deal.
I really don't need to know more about him. I liked him, but not to a point where I can say I found him to be an extraordinary and super-funny person.
Well you didn't have to post defamatory or derogatory comments. Just because you don't understand someone or something does not give you a right or
cause to do so.
Learn my child.
I don't think I made defamatory or derogatory comments about him. I didn't even know him when I wrote this review. I knew he was someone famous, but
everything I said is how I felt about him.
I'm just giving you my opinion. You may find him intelligent or very funny, but I just didn't think he was incredible. In fact, some of things he was saying were a bit inappropriate, but I don't hate him or need to talk more about him.
FiercenessesInc - Did you know that there's been a recent invention of... dah dah dum... being able to have a respectful discussion and exchange or
disagreement of ideas WITHOUT having to resort to such condescending or patronising ploys as "Learn, my child" (to someone who's been patient and
polite with you as well as having already said that they are older than you think)?
Paris's fans are used to seeing Paris insulted, dismissed and not taken seriously by the media and jealous or misinformed haters, so understandably we may sometimes get just a little of the tunnel vision (in the "it's what I think/am interested in that counts" way) that might plague so many other people with their passions and interests too and lead them to express personal opinions. It's already been made clear that no real insult was intended and that it was more of a natural feeling that Enkil had about the guy.
And another thing or two:
If we're talking about truth telling, FiercenessesInc should have come clean. Check the www. He IS Alan T. THE Alan T. That apparently only talks about himself in the third person. "...He's worked all over the world, notably in many Miami and NYC clubs. (Would you even know where those places are?)" ...Those places being packed so far up his pompous ass I wouldn't blame anyone for not knowing or wanting to know where they are.
My recommendation to anyone: Internet Explorer sucks, go with FireFox. Unlike IE, FireFox has spell check. Not only that, just like WORD, FF has LIVE spell check. Saves my damn Paris-loving ass.