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(TMZ)   Reese Witherspoon just learned that "DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM??" doesn't help get someone out of a DUI   (tmz.com) divider line 150
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2013-04-22 06:01:20 AM

theurge14: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: TotallyHeadless: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cops say they spotted Reese and her husband Jim Toth's car -- a silver Ford Fusion


Man. Guess that Legally Blonde money finally ran out.

Fusions are nice cars. Not flashy, but elegant in their own way.

Oh, nothing against Fusions. I'd like to own one. Just not something I'd imagine an A-list entitled celebritwat to be galavanting around in.

Conan has driven an SHO for years, last I checked he still has it.


He said A list.
 
2013-04-22 06:02:23 AM
CSB: my dad used to work operations in a toll road. Famous TV comedian comes up with no cash, demands to be let through, how dare you stop me, I'm famous comedian. Cashier retorted, yeah, but you've got no cash and you're unfunny as fark. Guy almost had a apoplexy and put in a complaint. My dad had to reprimand the cashier later while they both laughed.

/and the guy is unfunny
//non idea how he makes a living as comedian
 
2013-04-22 06:02:26 AM

thisiszombocom: Glitchwerks: barf

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That was uncalled for. You are a bad person and should feel bad.
 
2013-04-22 06:41:06 AM
i151.photobucket.com

/late to the party
 
2013-04-22 07:49:29 AM
I developed a bit of a crush on Reese Witherspoon when I saw Walk the Line.  But after reading this story as well as the Kevin Smith article upthread, she definitely sounds like a coont in real life.
 
2013-04-22 08:10:08 AM
"Yes I do know who you are.  Did you know you have a child embedded in the grille of your car?"
 
2013-04-22 08:11:15 AM
I liked her in Sweet Home Alabama, but not much else. She has always come across as super uptight and biatchy. Evidently true, according to the Kevin Smith link upthread. Fark her in her entitled ass.
 
2013-04-22 08:12:26 AM
I wonder if there were people outside the station that started shouting "Free Reese!" but gave up because it's too much of a tongue twister.
 
2013-04-22 09:00:20 AM
Of all weeks for Hollywood Babble-on to be a clip of best of's.
 
2013-04-22 09:08:01 AM
paintref.com

I think that was the most embarrassing part of the story. Ford Fusion, seriously?
 
2013-04-22 09:17:55 AM

Lars The Canadian Viking: [paintref.com image 780x518]

I think that was the most embarrassing part of the story. Ford Fusion, seriously?


Hope they can prove it was a rental. Otherwise, yeah, not exactly Hollywood . . .
 
2013-04-22 09:33:29 AM

teenage mutant ninja rapist: Kurmudgeon: rynthetyn: Yeah, pulling the "do you know who I am" card is never going to go over well.

Probably about the worst thing you can say to a cop.

Worst thing you can say period in any kinda confrontation.

do you know who I am?
typical respone goes like this.

punch boot boot.

fark you.

never ever say do you know who I am. It wont go well


Unless you say it after the confrontation.

You launch a surprise attack, beat them up.

And as they lie on the floor bloodied and broken, you stand above them then you say 'Do you know who I am?'

If they say yes then you're screwed.

If they say no, you turn and run away...

I used to work in a club in Kings Cross and I hate '"celebrities" who pulls the 'do you know who I am' card.

I don't farking care who you are, if you're not on the list or if management hadn't given me instructions regarding you, you go to the back of the line. If you're being an arse about it, you ain't coming in.
 
2013-04-22 09:55:51 AM

weapon13: teenage mutant ninja rapist: Kurmudgeon: rynthetyn: Yeah, pulling the "do you know who I am" card is never going to go over well.

Probably about the worst thing you can say to a cop.

Worst thing you can say period in any kinda confrontation.

do you know who I am?
typical respone goes like this.

punch boot boot.

fark you.

never ever say do you know who I am. It wont go well

Unless you say it after the confrontation.

You launch a surprise attack, beat them up.

And as they lie on the floor bloodied and broken, you stand above them then you say 'Do you know who I am?'

If they say yes then you're screwed.

If they say no, you turn and run away...

I used to work in a club in Kings Cross and I hate '"celebrities" who pulls the 'do you know who I am' card.

I don't farking care who you are, if you're not on the list or if management hadn't given me instructions regarding you, you go to the back of the line. If you're being an arse about it, you ain't coming in.


that's a place?  i thought it was just a Pet Shop Boy's song
 
2013-04-22 10:21:31 AM
Well, her image has been kind of a sweet, down home girl image.  However, this report kinda flies in direct contrast to that sweet girl image.  Alcohol can make people do crazy things. And heroin.  And LSD.  And 'shrooms.  You get the point.

/was classy of her to take responsibility and apologize for acting like an ass
//that apology falls more in line with her sweet girl image
///Taylor Swift has that sweet girl image but she's really just a whore that can't let go of grudges until she writes about them.
 
2013-04-22 10:28:01 AM

thisiszombocom: Glitchwerks: barf

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Well, that's a bit NSFW.
 
2013-04-22 10:35:44 AM

Evil Mackerel: thisiszombocom: Glitchwerks: barf

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Well, that's a bit NSFW.


That's not safe for ANYTHING
 
2013-04-22 10:48:14 AM
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BIATCH STOLE MY GIMMICK!
 
2013-04-22 10:54:46 AM

Zombie DJ: Then fark you, biatch.

It's the reason I hate Amanda Seyfried. She pulled that crap in London and I refuse to see any movies with her in them. She doesn't deserve it.


If THAT is the line you won't cross for a celebrity, what does that leave you with ANY movies to see?  I won't see anything by Roman Polanksi but the "eluding prison for decades after drugging and raping a young girl" list is pretty short.  Other than that is pretty fair game for me.
 
2013-04-22 10:56:47 AM
It's too bad the linked article left out the best line:

At that point, the report says, Witherspoon got out and asked the trooper what was going on. After being told to return to the car, she "stated that she was a 'US Citizen' and that she was allowed to 'stand on American ground,'" the report states.

From CBS
 
2013-04-22 10:58:01 AM

mekki: Has that line ever really worked for a celebrity? I can't recall a time that it has. I think it really only works for people in office and not actors.


The premier of my province tried it... in Hawaii of all places. *facepalm* Yes, Gordon, of course the nice officers in Hawaii will know exactly what the premier of BC looks like...and they'll totally let you out of that DUI.
 
2013-04-22 11:02:58 AM

Lars The Canadian Viking: [paintref.com image 780x518]

I think that was the most embarrassing part of the story. Ford Fusion, seriously?


My only guess is that it's a rental?

Plus the 2013's aren't that bad.
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My only other guess it's their "undercover" car. If I was a famous celebrity and didn't want to get noticed all the time, I'd make sure I had something like a Camry or Accord in the garage.
 
2013-04-22 11:08:24 AM
Of course the Ford Fusion is a rental car. It was engineered and marketed simply to exist as a rental car.
"This is AMERICA!"
 
2013-04-22 11:08:55 AM

Lars The Canadian Viking: [paintref.com image 780x518]

I think that was the most embarrassing part of the story. Ford Fusion, seriously?


I remember watching that documentary about the Foo Fighters and them recording their last album in Dave Grohl's garage. You know what he had parked in there as he started the cleaning out process? A silver Honda Odyssey minivan. I had to pause the DVR and wrap my mind around the concept that Dave farking Grohl drives a soccer mom minivan.
 
2013-04-22 11:11:44 AM

mjohnson71: Lars The Canadian Viking: [paintref.com image 780x518]

I think that was the most embarrassing part of the story. Ford Fusion, seriously?

I remember watching that documentary about the Foo Fighters and them recording their last album in Dave Grohl's garage. You know what he had parked in there as he started the cleaning out process? A silver Honda Odyssey minivan. I had to pause the DVR and wrap my mind around the concept that Dave farking Grohl drives a soccer mom minivan.


Loading guitar gear is prob easier in a minivan.
 
2013-04-22 11:13:11 AM

SDRR: theurge14: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: TotallyHeadless: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Cops say they spotted Reese and her husband Jim Toth's car -- a silver Ford Fusion


Man. Guess that Legally Blonde money finally ran out.

Fusions are nice cars. Not flashy, but elegant in their own way.

Oh, nothing against Fusions. I'd like to own one. Just not something I'd imagine an A-list entitled celebritwat to be galavanting around in.

Conan has driven an SHO for years, last I checked he still has it.

He said A list.


Boom.  Roasted.
 
2013-04-22 11:16:45 AM
Did anyone actually read the article?  It didn't sound like she said it in a "you can't arrest me kind of way".  In fact, she followed it up with "you're going to be famous tomorrow", implying that she knew that she would, in fact, be arrested.  I'm rarely this coherent or prescient when drunk, so I actually kind of like her candor.
 
2013-04-22 11:22:27 AM
weapon13:

I used to work in a club in Kings Cross and I hate '"celebrities" who pulls the 'do you know who I am' card.

I don't farking care who you are, if you're not on the list or if management hadn't given me instructions regarding you, you go to the back of the line. If you're being an arse about it, you ain't coming in.


Heard this story, back in the day, just after Titanic came out. Billy Zane is waiting to get into some club/resto, and pulls the "Do you know who I am?" line. To which the bouncer replies, "yeah, weren't you in "The Phantom?"
 
2013-04-22 11:25:26 AM
www.morethings.com
 
2013-04-22 11:28:12 AM
i37.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-22 11:32:44 AM
So she's currently enrolled in the Mel Gibson school of method acting?
 
2013-04-22 12:29:14 PM
Sugar tits?
 
2013-04-22 12:42:53 PM

PsychoLaurie: While I've never pulled the "Do YOU know who I am?" card ... I did pull the "I'm actually good friends with your boss" card once.

One time, I was pulled over for speeding. I was late for an interview with the lieutenant governor at some dinner.

I was driving a car I'd inherited, so the registration wasn't yet in my name.

The license plate tags had expired.

Adding to the misery, I also managed to leave my new insurance cards at home in my haste.

I was dead to rights. Luckily I was very sober.

I told the sheriff's deputy, "I'm actually good friends with your boss... He can tell you all about me."

A few minutes later, the guy returns with just a fix-it ticket for the insurance cards.
He says that his boss -- the sheriff of the county -- expected to see me in his office first thing the next morning.

I brought in coffee and donuts along with my insurance cards. He heckled me at first, but we sat and chatted and then I was on my way.

/CSS, I know
//Totally a once in a lifetime event
///Miss living in a small town


Cute. I don't know if I'd have the burglar balls to use a connection if I got pulled over, but maybe I would. I'm the type of asshole where if I got a ticket because I broke the law somehow, I'd just shut up and pay it. I'm not against what you did in this case, because I do understand the mentality of using what you got.

Anyway, I don't give a shiat "who anyone is" and if anyone tried that with me, I would just say simply that they are not more special than anyone else.
 
2013-04-22 01:02:18 PM
Y'all missing the obvious one.

She didn't want to be drunk in publik.  She wanted to be drunk in a bar...
 
2013-04-22 01:36:10 PM
The closest I ever came to using the "Do you know who I am/ Who I know card" was in my late teens early 20s and my brother and I would get pulled over now and then for something stupid the cops would look at our IDs and notice our last name was the same as one of the detectives in the county. They would ask if we were related, we would say yes (eventhough we were not) and we were sent on our merry way. One time my brother actually got stopped by this detective, he thought he was busted, but the guy turned out to be ok and laughed it off. I met him years later when he became chief of detectives at an event and I did apologize for using his name and he said in our place he would have done the same.
 
2013-04-22 01:43:21 PM

thisiszombocom: Glitchwerks: barf

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2013-04-22 01:54:21 PM
DOUCHEBAG CELEBRITY:  "Do you know who I am?"
COP:  "Ma'am, you're clearly drunker than I thought if you don't know who you are."
 
2013-04-22 02:38:05 PM
imstars.aufeminin.com

Hi!!  I live in Hoboken, and it's like SO, close to New York, but I don't hang out there, it's better here in Hoboken.  What's your name? What kind of BMW do you drive?  Is it a Mercedes?  Do you have an MBA?  How long has your daddy been CEO of Goldman Sachs?  Sure I'd love to got out with you.

/she looks like every 3rd girl in Hoboken, NJ.
 
2013-04-22 02:56:10 PM

AgentKGB: mekki: Has that line ever really worked for a celebrity? I can't recall a time that it has. I think it really only works for people in office and not actors.

The premier of my province tried it... in Hawaii of all places. *facepalm* Yes, Gordon, of course the nice officers in Hawaii will know exactly what the premier of BC looks like...and they'll totally let you out of that DUI.


Heh, bought my boyfriend his mug shot t-shirt, always a crowd pleaser.
 
2013-04-22 03:32:19 PM
how is this NOT a hot reese thread?


www.gotceleb.com
 
2013-04-22 04:54:25 PM

mikemoto: Officer should have said, "Yeah, I know who you are. You're a shiatty actress".


Would have also accepted "Yeah, you were great in Fever Pitch."
 
2013-04-22 05:29:15 PM

Flash_NYC: [imstars.aufeminin.com image 334x500]

Hi!!  I live in Hoboken, and it's like SO, close to New York, but I don't hang out there, it's better here in Hoboken.  What's your name? What kind of BMW do you drive?  Is it a Mercedes?  Do you have an MBA?  How long has your daddy been CEO of Goldman Sachs?  Sure I'd love to got out with you.

/she looks like every 3rd girl in Hoboken, NJ.


Bitterness high five.
 
2013-04-22 06:44:00 PM

kvinesknows: how is this NOT a hot reese thread?


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Because being a coont trumps having two tits and a vag?
 
2013-04-22 06:56:20 PM

unfarkingbelievable: kvinesknows: how is this NOT a hot reese thread?


[www.gotceleb.com image 560x771]

Because being a coont trumps having two tits and a vag?


No, I'm in favor of a hot Reece thread...
4.bp.blogspot.com www.strangesports.com
 
2013-04-22 07:52:53 PM

LonMead: unfarkingbelievable: kvinesknows: how is this NOT a hot reese thread?


[www.gotceleb.com image 560x771]

Because being a coont trumps having two tits and a vag?

No, I'm in favor of a hot Reece thread...
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Ohhhh, THAT Reese! Yes indeedy. She is absolutely, sparklingly, healthfully gorgeous. My bad for being a one-Reese-track.
 
2013-04-22 09:49:53 PM

A Terrible Human: quatchi: Line?...

Do you know who I am?

Lawls.

Gawd, I love stories where people actually try this and it fails so hard.

I've always wanted to see these people get the answer of "Yes I do and your work sucks".


A friend of mine pulled that on Mario Cuomo when he called the law office she clerked for. Since the lawyer in charge was a Texan, there was much high-fiving.
 
2013-04-22 09:52:56 PM
dummy
 
2013-04-22 10:19:36 PM

luidprand: A Terrible Human: quatchi: Line?...

Do you know who I am?

Lawls.

Gawd, I love stories where people actually try this and it fails so hard.

I've always wanted to see these people get the answer of "Yes I do and your work sucks".

A friend of mine pulled that on Mario Cuomo when he called the law office she clerked for. Since the lawyer in charge was a Texan, there was much high-fiving.


Rick Santorum pulled that with me when he called to speak with my boss at my old job.  I don't think he appreciated my saying "ewwwwwwwwww" after he told me his name.
 
2013-04-22 11:00:03 PM
I was at the Hotel Palomar bar in Dallas one night with the Mrs. and a hot friendgirl when some snotty young chick asked "Do you know who I am?" I said, "I have no idea but I'm headed upstairs for a threesome.".....and did :)
 
2013-04-22 11:43:24 PM
I would make out with her right after she took a dump
 
2013-04-23 08:20:40 AM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Mugato: What did she think they were going to do, shiat themselves and let them go?

Yes.  She is THAT arrogant and deluded.

Seriously, fark Reese Is-a-biatch.


I'd still fark her.

/dang, I'm married too
//hits add comment before the wife sees
 
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