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Party-ac Arrest

by TommyTheBlogger (writer), St. Louis, Missouri, December 20, 2007

The Effect of Alchohol On Young Hollywood

You would be hard-pressed to find a single newsstand sleaze rag that isn't emblazoned with images of todays party children, as well as the unfortunate everyday casualties who try to live like them. Here's a number you should ponder; In the United States the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 17,941 people died in 2006 in "alcohol-related" collisions, representing 41 percent of total traffic deaths in the US. Over 500,000 people were injured in alcohol-related accidents in the US in 2003. Let's compare that to what happens in Tinseltown; Rehab. You see, in the real world, when you get a DUI or DWI, you get fined and have to complete a rehab stay. In the alternate reality that is young Hollywood, you spend 48 days in a nice cell with all the better facilities and color tv (Kiefer Sutherland). Another flipside charge was the poor Paris Hilton, who, after more than her fair share of alchohol, got caught driving. She got fined a "Stiff" penalty of $1,500, not even a speck of her assumed $50,000,000 (thats 50 Million) and sentenced to a "harrowing" 45 days of jail in an all-woman clink, of which she served none, and was set to have served 40 days of house arrest. The "slammer" she was confined to was an amazingly luxurious mansion, and she only served aday of house arrest! After further inspection of her "mental condition", she was put back in the all woman clink for 21 days. POOR PARIS! And as long as there are highly paid lawyers, celebrity status, and "vulnerable" rich kids, The National Bullsh*t" should have more THEIR fair share to print.


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TommyTheBlogger is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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