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  • #16
    why so pensive siamak? que paso?

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    • #17
      Sohabtahaei keh shoma mikonid inja, kamelan neshoun mideh keh nazarateh shakhsieh va Made In Tv shows... !!!

      Kheili far away hast az un character-e vaghei-e Paris. !!!

      Agar gharar basheh keh az har kasi injuri critic konim,hich vaght nemitunim nokteh hayeh khoube kasi ro bebinim va in khodesh bar migardej beh eshkal dashtan-e character-e khodemoun !



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      • #18
        well, i guess we have to call them when we see them. i dont understand why many make the lives of movies stars to be so special, they are humans too. but the difference is a lot of them may not understand the realities of life. i think paris is one of those who doesnt know what is going on in real life and is stuck in hollywood and glamour. ask her of politics and she wont be able to say much. she is just a pretty face and the way she acts proves it.

        if she is otherwise, i appologize to paris for judging her, but i can only judge her by what i see. i am by no means saying she is a bad person, just saying that based on her being a model and wealthy, she definately will be doing a lot of plastic surgery to prevent her aging and that her book really isnt something literary. when i read, i want to get something out of what i am reading, to learn something new, not to look at a book of pictures.

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        • #19
          loool sia.

          ye soal

          toye hotel room nabodi vaghti ke paris omade bod paris ??
          نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


          «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
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          • #20
            Alamo adam az man badesh biad, man az in in motenaferam.

            btw "she is the most overrated celebrity in history" and she is too angry about it.
            Last edited by EverGreen; 09-14-2006, 07:30 AM.
            born to be successful.

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            • #21
              Paris Hilton's New Music Video "Stars Are Blind"

              http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...%3Amusic_video

              Enjoy it

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              • #22
                should this not be in the "musicvideo by members" section?

                anyway, I hate this video! ive seen it a couple of times before, and its so maskhare! in zanike bikhodi maroofe faghat bekhatere babash ke pooldare, bad bikare oomade khanande ham shode?! vaghean moteasefam!
                ~ Bahar ~

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                • #23
                  Paris in Jail, That is HOT



                  Paris in jail, that's hot

                  LOS ANGELES (AP) - The countdown to jail is on for Paris Hilton. She has until just before midnight Tuesday to check in. Once she's booked into custody in Los Angeles, she'll have to give her clothing and jewelry to the jailers in exchange for the orange jumpsuit she'll have to wear. She'll get the same standard-issue kit all incoming inmates get: a toothbrush, tube of toothpaste, soap, a comb, deodorant, shampoo and razor, along with a jail-issued pencil, stationary, envelopes and stamps. She'll be allowed to use make-up which she'll have to buy at the jail commissary, drawing from a pre-paid account. And inmates are allowed to have up to three books and magazines each week and a maximum of five photos, no larger than 4-by-6 inches.
                  Last edited by donsaeid; 06-02-2007, 01:00 AM.
                  نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                  «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                  صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                  • #24
                    Media frenzy over Hilton

                    Nothing quite stirs a media frenzy like an heiress to a hotel fortune preparing to surrender all the trappings of luxury for a three-week stay in the county jail.

                    The countdown to Paris Hilton's incarceration next week has sent the tabloid press into overdrive with stories alternately portraying her as a newly tearful, spiritual socialite or an unrepentant party girl kicking up her heels with the likes of Lindsay Lohan at Hollywood nightspots.

                    Either way, Hilton is in for a change of pace during the jail time she was ordered to serve after police caught her behind the wheel of her Bentley without a valid licence earlier this year, violating probation for a prior drink-driving offence.

                    The 26-year-old "celebutante" has been ordered to report to the Century Regional Detention Facility near Los Angeles by Tuesday to start serving her term, which already has been cut from 45 days to 23 days under state sentencing guidelines.

                    Once she reports, Hilton will forsake her designer clothes, mobile phone and other accessories - along with her freedom and privacy - for an orange jumpsuit and a small, spartan cell with twin bunks and metal toilet (no seat, no lid).

                    County Sheriff Lee Baca told the Los Angeles Times steps had been taken to ensure no one smuggles in a camera to get pictures of the jailed Hilton, which would be of immense value to the tabloid media.

                    But a shortage of cameras behind bars doesn't necessarily mean Hilton is ready to surrender her vanity or fashion sense.

                    Under the headline: "Before the slammer, Paris planning some glamour," the New York Daily News reported that designers were ordered to Hilton's home on Monday to give her a pre-jail makeover.

                    "It's understood that the glamorous inmate-to-be plans to turn the perp walk into a catwalk and she wants the media to see her looking her best," Daily News columnists George Rush & Joanna Malloy wrote.

                    Hilton, who lampoons her public persona as a clueless, child of privilege on the reality TV show The Simple Life, has succeeded in parlaying faux pas into greater fame since a sex video of her surfaced on the internet some years ago. Several media outlets have suggested she is laying the groundwork to cash in on her incarceration.

                    Rush & Malloy reported Hilton plans to keep a jailhouse diary to be published after her release.

                    There were other indications that Hilton was turning to a higher power to pull her through. Her mother, Kathy, told celebrity website TMZ.com her daughter was "preparing and praying" and last week Hilton was widely photographed toting copies of the Bible and The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment.

                    Days later Us Weekly magazine reported she was spotted living it up in Hollywood with troubled actress Lindsay Lohan the night Lohan was busted for drink driving.

                    People magazine, meanwhile, reported Hilton had been spending time with close friends, including her Simple Life co-star Nicole Richie, and had grown increasingly fretful about her jail term.

                    "She breaks down crying a lot because she just can't deal with the reality and pressure of everything that is happening," People quoted one unnamed source as saying.

                    Hilton's publicist, Elliot Mintz, who she famously blamed in court for misinforming her about the status of her own driver's licence, was not immediately available for comment.
                    نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                    «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                    صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                    • #25
                      Frenzy heats up over Paris’ trip to the cooler

                      Nothing quite stirs a media frenzy like an heiress to a hotel fortune preparing to surrender all the trappings of luxury for a three-week stay in the county jail.
                      The countdown to Paris Hilton’s incarceration next week has sent the tabloid press into overdrive with stories alternately portraying her as a newly tearful, spiritual socialite or an unrepentant party girl kicking up her heels with the likes of Lindsay Lohan at Hollywood nightspots.
                      Either way, Hilton is in for a change of pace during the jail time she was ordered to serve after police caught her behind the wheel of her Bentley without a valid license earlier this year, violating probation for a prior drunken-driving offense.


                      The 26-year-old “celebutante” has been ordered to report to the Century Regional Detention Facility near Los Angeles by Tuesday to start serving her term, which already has been cut from 45 days to 23 days under state sentencing guidelines.
                      Once she reports, Hilton will forsake her designer clothes, cell phone and other accessories - along with her freedom and privacy - for an orange jumpsuit and a small, Spartan cell with twin bunks and metal toilet (no seat, no lid).
                      County Sheriff Lee Baca told the Los Angeles Times that steps have been taken to ensure no one smuggles in a camera to get pictures of the jailed Hilton, which would be of immense value to the tabloid media.
                      But a lack of cameras behind bars doesn’t necessarily mean Hilton is ready to surrender her vanity or fashion sense.
                      Under the headline: “Before the slammer, Paris planning some glamour,” the New York Daily News reported that designers were ordered to Hilton’s home on Monday to give her a pre-jail makeover.
                      نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                      «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                      صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                      • #26
                        Sheriff won't allow Paris Hilton TV interviews while in jail

                        LOS ANGELES – Sheriff Lee Baca said Friday that Paris Hilton will not be allowed to give television interviews while serving her jail sentence and that aggressive steps were being taken to prevent cameras from being smuggled into the facility.

                        Hilton was ordered to begin her sentence by Tuesday at a county jail in Lynwood, about five miles south of Los Angeles.

                        Baca told the Los Angeles Times that deputies and jail employees have been told to treat the 26-year-old heiress like any other inmate.

                        “Paying a debt to society should not be an element of her celebrity,” Baca said. “Her occupation is publicity, but no one should profit in jail.”

                        Hilton could report to jail before Tuesday, but as of Friday afternoon had not done so, said sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore. She may report at any time of day, said Whitmore.

                        Hollywood photo agencies expect a photo of Hilton in jail could be worth big money.

                        “The reality is why don't they just let her walk down the concrete carpet,” said Frank Griffin, co-owner of the Bauer-Griffin paparazzi agency, told the paper. “This is going to be turned into an event like the Oscars.”

                        Hilton was sentenced last month to 45 days for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case after repeatedly driving her car while her license was suspended.

                        Sheriff's officials have said she will serve about 23 days behind bars because of state rules allowing shorter sentences for good behavior.

                        Baca said it was unclear whether Hilton will surrender at the court where she was sentenced or report straight to jail. He said authorities will not allow her to “be seen in handcuffs ... or in the back of a police car, forlorn and in handcuffs.”

                        Once there, Hilton will go through the normal intake process, said Baca. That involves undergoing an interview by jail staff and evaluations for any medical and other needs.

                        “Jails are not circuses and not places where 'fun' is the priority,” Baca said. “Jail should be a corrective learning experience.”

                        The jail houses about 2,200 women, but officials have said Hilton will be kept away from the general population. Baca said no decision has been made about whether she'll share a cell with anyone.

                        Hilton will “experience her incarceration as all other women will experience it,” said Baca. “She won't get better food, she won't get different lockup time or a different environment.”
                        نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                        «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                        صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                        • #27
                          http://video.latimes.com/global/vide...rue&mute=false
                          نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                          «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                          صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                          • #28
                            Paris Hilton and jail: The countdown is on

                            LOS ANGELES - Paris Hilton's mandatory makeover - from designer duds to jail-issued jumpsuits - is fast approaching.

                            The 26-year-old heiress has until 11:59 p.m. on June 5 to report to the Century Regional Detention Facility to start serving time for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

                            A judge sentenced Hilton to 45 days behind bars, but Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said "she will do about 23 days," regardless of when she reports. She may choose to report early, or at an odd hour, to try to avoid media attention.

                            "It's the state law," he said, explaining the "good time/work time" requirement in which "you get days off for every day that you serve."

                            He said there's no chance Hilton will be released early due to overcrowding, as actress Michelle Rodriguez was in May 2006, when she served less than one day of a 60-day sentence at the same county jail.

                            "The situation in the jail will not determine (Hilton's) release," Whitmore said. "She has been given a full sentence. She will do her full sentence."

                            The 13-year-old Lynwood jail, located eight kilometres south of downtown Los Angeles, has been an all-female facility since March 2006. The two-story concrete building sits in an industrial neighbourhood, beside train tracks and beneath a bustling freeway.

                            Hilton will be housed in the facility's "special needs" unit, where she "very well may not" have a roommate, Whitmore said.

                            Like other inmates in the special-needs area, she will take her meals in her cell and will be allowed outside the four-metre-by-2.5-metre space for at least an hour each day to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone. She will have to use a public pay phone - cellphones and BlackBerrys aren't allowed.

                            Hilton must come empty-handed to the jail, Whitmore said. Once she's booked into custody, she'll have to surrender her clothing and jewelry in exchange for the requisite orange jumpsuit.

                            She will also get the same standard-issue kit all incoming inmates at the 2,200-bed facilityreceive: a toothbrush, tube of toothpaste, soap, a comb, deodorant, shampoo and shaving implements, along with a jail-issued pencil, stationery, envelopes and stamps.

                            If Hilton wants to prettify herself in her cell's polished-metal mirror, she can buy a compact, eye shadow, an eyebrow pencil and package of hair colouring from the jail commissary, where she can draw from a prepaid account.

                            Inmates are also allowed to have up to three books and magazines each week and a maximum of five photographs - no larger than 10-by-15 centimetres.

                            No special arrangements have been made to accommodate the heiress, Whitmore said.

                            "The sheriff treats all inmates alike," he said.

                            But Nicole Richie, Hilton's on-again friend and reality-show co-star, had a different opinion when she spoke to Ryan Seacrest on his morning radio show Wednesday.

                            "The way that Paris's whole entire case was dealt with was, A, out of her control but B, really unfair," Richie said. "Sometimes people just get exploited so I can only hope that doesn't happen to me."

                            Richie was charged with driving under the influence and pleaded not guilty in February, and is awaiting the resolution of that case. She was previously convicted of DUI in June 2003.

                            Besides starring in "The Simple Life," Hilton is an aspiring pop singer who released her debut CD in August. She also has a namesake perfume and handbag collection.

                            Her spokesman, Elliot Mintz, had no comment.
                            نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                            «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                            صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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                            • #29
                              Paris, don't worry about anything baby, I will bail you out honey

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                              • #30
                                Her nr in jail is 9818783

                                نه غزه نه لبنان جانم فدای ایران


                                «در زندگی زخم*هايی هست که مثل خوره روح را آهسته در انزوا می*خورد و می*تراشد.»
                                صادق هدايت؛ بوف کور

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