Friday, July 25, 2008

Khloe Kardashian: The Complexion For the Protection And More

When happened upon this tid bit story about Khloe Kardashian's DWI arrest and actual conviction, I started to think that maybe, just maybe that the law was finally going to start making an about face with the select form of justice it has for the rich and/or famous people. But then after reading that article, I realized that it was all a facade(big shock, I know). I guess they never thought of making a transfer to another facility. This whole thing reminded me of a story that happened to me a very long time ago with a former friend of mine, let me take you back.

As I said, A very long time ago, me and a former "friend" of mine decided to raise some serious hell one night. We were both very drunk and we both did some very stupid things. Eventually, the cops got involved and just like that the party was over. We BOTH got charged with alcohol related crimes as well as him getting an additional charge for being a nuisance. When it came time to face the music, I learned that the judge that presided over my case AND his, threw his charges out before his court appearance. Me, on the other hand, had to face the music and got what was coming to me, no breaks...NONE!

Now, let me give you some background on my "friend". His dad went to law school a long, long time ago with a former president of ours and oddly enough, so did that same mudda fuggin judge that presided over BOTH of us. His dad made a phone call and got his son's charges thrown out, but not at any time did I come into the equation.

The moral of this story is this: While both me AND my "friend" had the complexion for the protection, I however didn't have the clout for the bailout. So when I caught wind of this story, I immediately came back to that moment when I got in a lot of trouble while someone else, just walked away. This is why I state that not only does Khloe Kardashian have the complexion for the protection, eventually they remembered that she had the clout for the bailout. Oh yeah, justice was served, 173 minutes my ass! Now for the fun stuff:

Here's what I'd like to have happen to Khloe...and her sister

And that "friend" of mine, this is the only thing I ask of him:


Rhea said...

That's just wrong. I don't think some people should get away with things just because of who they know.

Chatterness said...

Can't believe she checked in and out. That totally sux.

Stephanie said...

I don't think it's too much to ask that asshat "friend" to set himself on fire. The least he could do, quite frankly.

Anonymous said...

That whole Kardashian crew is effed up - including Bruce the Botoxed to be damned Jenner. I mean when you have little girls sliding around on a stripper pole thats just gross. And I remember reading a report that Brandy Norwoods mother was suing Kim Kardashian for like 700,000 worth of goods being run up on her AMEX Khloe Kardashians store. Trifling ass HOE's. UGH.

As far as your friend is concerned...why couldn't you ask the judge to be as lenient to you as he was to your friend. Where is the justice in that??? I would have written a letter to all kinds of people to get the judge ousted from the bench. And held a news conference...sometimes there's nothing left to lose, dig me ; )