Everything’s relative isn’t it? That includes a jail sentence. Yesterday, Lindsay Lohan spent what must have seemed like an eternity in the slammer. Yes, poor LiLo served an agonizing 5 hours in the Los Angeles County jail. Compared to the 84 minutes in lock-up she served in 2007, this must have been an excruciating ordeal for America’s sweet tart.
In a classic case of extreme authoritative abuse, the criminal system of LA has actually made Lohan serve a total of 6 days over the past several years for such innocent pranks as drug abuse, numerous DUIs, failure to appear, and violation of probation. Can’t these people take a joke? This latest frivolous sentence was imposed just because Lindsay got kicked out of her community service gig with a women’s shelter. I don’t know why, but one could reasonably assume that the battered women actually felt safer with their abusers than cooped up with Lindsay for the day.
Citing prison “overcrowding” as the reason, Lucky Lindsay was released and sent home. Sent home with the promise that she would now continue her 470 hours of community service at the county morgue, where she is cleaning bathrooms and mopping floors. Personally, I think this is a good idea since at the rate she is going she is certain to become one of its future residents relatively soon. She’ll have a chance to pick out her own slab.
For those of you who have never witnessed the excitement of a freight train derailment, this is pretty much the same thing. Except with Lindsay, the toxic waste never gets cleaned up. We’ve seen this so many times before. To name a few; Anna Nicole, Michael Jackson, most recently Amy Winehouse, and even our beloved Marilyn Monroe all telegraphed what was to come, leaving us helpless to change the outcome.
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They’ll be hand-wringing, finger-pointing and wrist-slapping. But that’s the wrong part of the anatomy. A well placed boot in the hind quarters could avoid all that. But that’s not going to happen. You see, Lindsay is the Queen of the “bad girls.” That group of Hollywood divas that seem to get a pass because, after all, they are under the “stress” of fame and fortune.
As for us, the unlovable, we continue our lives of quiet desperation, obeying laws and treating our bodies with respect. Silly us.
I wouldn’t even charge her $1.00 for the swift kick in the butt.
Well said greatsby and thanks for the visit.
Lindsey who !. Dn’t know much about her thank goodness
Hi Ducks. See my reply to misswhiplash.
I’m thinking I should move to LA and repeat every single offense dear litte Lindsay has done and then of course when I get a harsher sentence, I have grounds for a discrimination lawsuit.
Honestly the celebrity factor in this country is unbelievable.
If you do, I will take care of Sampson and Delilah while you’re serving your 20 year (with no parole) sentence. It’s the least I can do.
‘Tis better to be silly than to be Lindsay, isn’t it?
Absolutely, 100%, dead on, nail on the head, correct, winsomebella!
I’ll bet she is just reveling in the free publicity. But I certainly would not ask for her autograph or ask her to pose for my camera.
If you look deep enough into her parents background you will see why she has a little “reality” problem.
Thanks for the comment Gigi
Now turn your attention to Kim Kardashian, the most famous nobody of the world.
Good point Bernice. I wouldn’t know where to start with those sisters.
I love your picture of Lindsay getting down and clean with her new BFF, Mr. Swiffer. Watching her life IS like seeing a train about to derail, and there ain’t nothing we can do about it.
I’d loved to know what went on at that women’s shelter that got her kicked out. I guess she won’t upset too many patrons of the morgue – I mean, there’s nothing more upsetting than being dead.
I don’t know – being dead and then dissed by a drunken, dethroned diva would really stink
That would pretty much be bottom alright.
One rule for the rich…the more things change…talking in unfinished cliches…
You said a mouthful…almost
I don’t understand the love affair people have with supposed celebs. Marilyn, Diana–I get. These women were classy, troubled, yet, but they had star power. Lindsay? What has she ever done to deserve the royal treatment? She’s just a lost young woman abusing her body (as you say) and the media is promoting her as some kind of twisted role model. I just don’t get it…
Maybe I’m just too far in the Baby Boom generation to understand. 😉
The worst of this is what is says for our society. As a pre-baby boomer, I agree with you.
I have never heard of this person.Who is she?
This is one of the hollywood types who makes terrible movies but gets in the news all the time for mischievous adventures. Things that you and I would go to jail for but that she walks away from.