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    Prank Comes Back To Haunt Paris Hilton

    I said wasn’t going to talk about this anymore, but it’s now back in the news. Doing that prank, which I think it was shown on Pop Fiction on E! last weekend, was just very bad idea.

    I’m posting about this ridiculous prank again because right now, one of the top headlines at CNN.com is “Paris Hilton pranks media over religion.”

    The media doesn’t really care if this was a prank for a new TV show. They only want to attack Paris! Like I mentioned before, the prank doesn’t fit with the image of last year’s Paris Hilton. If Paris thinks that we have short memories and no one takes her seriously, well, she’s wrong.

    The media found a flaw in Paris and now they’re attacking it, generating more hatred, but she probably doesn’t care. You know that vicious hateful entertainment news show Showbiz Tonight and their hardcore hater A.J. Hammer? On his show, he was talking with other haters about this subject. You’ll recognize the first hater.

    What the first hater is saying is as usual dumb, so let’s move on to the second loudmouth hater, Jane Velez-Mitchell. She says that Paris craves attention because she has no sense of identity or something like that. I disagree with her. It’s true that Paris needs a lot of attention, but mostly because she is a brand and she always has to promote herself. She uses the media to promote herself and grow her brand. Paris has a sense of identity, she knows what she is doing and where she is heading, but sometimes, she makes stupid mistakes.

    But it’s also true that Paris doesn’t really care what anyone thinks of her. Why should she listen to them when they only want her to make more mistakes, so she can become a “train wreck” for them to beat on. Never take these hateful reporters seriously!

    View the hateful clip here.

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    Comment from Django
    Time: March 11, 2008, 2:23 pm

    If people’s political beliefs, tastes and opinions in other matters can be mocked, criticised or disagreed with, then I don’t see why religion (which is basically “I believe without evidence”) should be held to a special standard.

    Comment from admin
    Time: March 11, 2008, 2:33 pm

    It’s because most of the public consider religion as something sacred. Who knows how Paris thinks, but in the end, this prank was vulnerable to criticism.

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: March 11, 2008, 3:20 pm

    People are just WAY too freakin uptight. She was in no way mocking religion. She was simply walking around with a biker who was in a costume (which is no different than on like Halloween when people dress up as different things, it’s the same thing really) and then seeing what they’d say about it. Blah. I wish people would get off of her back.

    Comment from Django
    Time: March 12, 2008, 2:10 am

    Sabrinia, I agree that people should get off Paris’s back. However, while there are so many people feeling so insecure and unfulfilled in their own lives (and knowing no way to compensate other than using arrogance and obnoxious behaviour in a mistaken attempt at “confidence”), then I guess they’ll continue to use Paris as a scapegoat for their own inadequacies and as an excuse to ditch any pretence at civilising influences and revert to their true malevolent spiteful natures. I would pity them if they weren’t so hateful.

    Comment from juju
    Time: March 12, 2008, 2:44 am

    admin,

    you’re right, that show is extremely hateful. so much so they really don’t have a lot of credibility with anyone except other hard core haters. they always look for ways to make paris look bad. now they’re twisting the pop fiction show around to make it about spoofing religion rather than the truth – spoofing the media, like, hmmmmmmmm, AJ Hammer! who ran the shaman story and was then called out for it and featured in the pop fiction show as an example of bad journalism and the lack of fact-checking . so of course he wants to get even. if you didn’t see the pop fiction episode, you can see it on eonline.com

    bottmonline, paris did nothing wrong and should not waste any time defending herself. i think this new pop fiction show could be very good. if it causes the tabloids to think twice in the future, then it’s great for paris as well.

    oh, and i personally agree with the other posters who said religion should be fair game for comment when so many people are stuffing it down other’s throats these days. if they put their religion out there in the public eye as the supreme rule others should live by, then they need to take the criticism from descenters in stride….but again, that is certainly not whay paris was doing.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: March 12, 2008, 8:26 pm

    Ditto juju. Of course the media, & PHS, is upset w/Paris because you all got punk’d.

    I linked up the episode of Pop Fiction both here & at the forum. What I’m upset about then is not over whether you think it was a good idea or not, is whether does anyone care besides me, whether it was a good performance or not by Paris.

    Obviously I and E! thought she brought it — E! turned the show’s very debut over to Paris. & not only because she is who she is, but she did a damn fine job. To me, it is the best solo performance of her on TV I’ve ever seen. She sold it beautifully. She deserves respect for that alone.

    F—ing religion has been punking mankind w/its God-myth BS since the world began. And that religions get major tax breaks when there’s a war on, & our economy is falling apart, is a crime! & the media has been punking celebs for over a hundred years. Paris has taken a ton of crap from the media. The hate they spew on this interview is obscene. And they mean it. They are losers. I’m sick of religion & the media. They both deserve all the shit they got coming to them.

    I am behind Paris 100% on this.

    Comment from kevin
    Time: March 12, 2008, 11:27 pm

    I knew this was going to be a bad idea, now-a-days the world can’t take one freaking joke.

    Kudos for Paris for going out and doing her thing, I enjoyed the episode and it sure proves you can’t believe everything you read.

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