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(Celebslam)   Preferring to grieve in the most public way possible, Paris Hilton flies a giant banner over the Paul Walker memorial on Sunday, complete with her name it   ( divider line
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2013-12-10 12:35:03 PM  
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Mikey1969: What's the point of false grief if you can't take public credit for it?

OK, I don't understand why everyone has their panties in a twist over this. If you send a condolence letter when someone dies, do you sign it? If you call the family on the phone, do you tell them who you are, or just leave an anonymous message? And why is it "false grief"? Did they know each other? Were they friends? I don't know either way, but I don't see a problem here, but I don't pay THAT much attention to the entertainment world. Normally I can't stand Paris Hilton, but this seems like a giant 'Meh' moment to me...

If you're so moved by sympathy for the remaining friends and family of someone who died, you tell them in person. Or you send a heartfelt note. Or flowers.

You don't fly a damned banner around with your name on it so everyone in the world sees it and knows about it. It's not about the person who died or the grieving people he left behind, it's Paris Hilton saying LOOOOOOK AT MEEEEEEE!

I thought after the whole jail thing she'd learned to quit doing moronic things to stay in the spotlight. I guess I was wrong. Brace yourselves.
2013-12-10 12:23:19 PM  
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At the very least, she could have spelled out Paul's name instead of referring to him as "his".
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