Slap me if you must , Naran, for violating the caption contest rules, but this photo just cries out for comments.
In jail I tried to make my cell just like home to help me cope. Please don't ask me what I used to remind me of my chiwowa.
Depuity remembering firearms training;
"shoot , don't shoot"
Bob, it just could not be ignored.
Bob - it isn't my moratorium; it is Scott's.
Therefore, any slappage or whackage will come from his general direction.
From the giddy looks of that picture, maybe that's the just the kinda "slappage and/or whackage" she's looking forâ€¦?
She is still on probation for two years and with her high profile, people will be watching her every move to see if she violates her probation.
I heard on the radio yesterday she wants to set up a program to help women who have recetly been released from jail -
I totally saw that one coming. Spoiled kid gets thrust into the real world, suddenly realizes there are other people on earth besides them - and like a five year old who just slung hash at a homeless center for the first time, thinks they can jump in and save the world.
Oh well - one less Coach purse in her closet.
:oops: Apologies to Scott, I missed the moratorium!
I sense from the photo she was just about to squeal with delight at the press waiting for outside the big house.
She smelled the blini with caviar.
I'm just so happy to be released and I hope my confinement wil be a lesson to us all. Thank you, Jesus.
Slow day, huh, Bob? :wink:
You got that right. Feel free to delete this thread any time.
No - don't! [url=http://video.msn.com/v/us/fv/msnbc/fv.htm??f=00&g=e771e428-bc1a-4ba7-871... video[/url] of an MSNBC refusing to report on Paris is too good to miss!
Now that she is free, may she rise to the level of Anna Nichole.