Tuesday, July 24, 2007


Anonymous said...

I agree with you I'm sick of hearing about Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, etc.

I wonder how these women are always being caught for DUI, drugs, etc. The chances of being pulled over in a traffic stop are quite low I would have thought particularly if you drive a brand new car. I've never been pulled over in 20 years. Yet these women get caught time after time.

Do the police park outside the upscale bars these starlets frequent with the objective of a high profile bust?

Anonymous said...

Another shame and waste of talent and beauty. These kids have the world and are still unhappy people,hence the dope and alcohol problems. A true shame,hopefully she can turn it all around.

Anonymous said...

The 911 tape (a woman calling about Lohan)


Anonymous said...

Has anyone seen Jay Leno's, I mean Jeff Wilson's website?

Good guy, I wish him great fortune in his endeavors.

CopLaw.com® was created by Jeff Wilson in
2002 after he retired from the Chicago Police
Department after twenty-two years. Mr. Wilson
wished to use the extensive expertise he had
accumulated through those years as a Watch
Commander, Supervisor, Patrolman, Union
President and Lawyer in his two most passionate
pursuits; law enforcement and the judicial system.

Anonymous said...

Former Chicago Police Officer Gets His Own Talk Show:

NBCU to Launch The Steve Wilkos Show; Announces Clearances

NBC Universal is about to confirm the sale of a fall 2007 first-run talk show hosted by Steve Wilkos, the director of security on The Jerry Springer Show, to affiliates within the Sinclair and Tribune station groups.

Initial clearance percentages are expected at approximately 55 percent of the country. Wilkos, a former marine and police officer, has expanded his role in recent years on the veteran Springer daily hour, including recent episodes themed “Steve to the Rescue,” which feature him on location offering advice to troubled individuals.

Official Clearances for NBCU’s The Steve Wilkos Show

NBC Universal has announced clearances for the new fall 2007 first-run hour-long talk show hosted by Jerry Springer’s head of security, Steve Wilkos, on the Tribune and Sinclair stations. Deals include Tribune’s WPIX/New York, KTLA/Los Angeles, WGN/Chicago and WPHL/Philadelphia; and Sinclair stations WTTA/Tampa, WPGH/Pittsburgh, WNUV/Baltimore and WLFL/Raleigh.

"It is truly incredible that I first came to work part-time with Jerry Springer some 14 years ago and here I am now getting my own show," said Steve Wilkos. "I believe my Marine training of what is right and what is wrong and the street smarts I picked up as a police officer will assist me in helping my guests get through the hard times they face each day."

(HSCC) said...

These young women party frequently, its their form of social with a mix of exposure cocktail, unfortunately they get lost in their social lives of play and fun. Odds are in the past, they were enabled in being protected. These women also appear to be very immature. What ever happened to eventually growing up and assuming personal responsibility? Media helps to create their desired fab aura's, then sucks them dry. I just don't see it as top news. Too much reality TV playing days.

Paul off topic:

You were one of our first links when we started up in 06. We enjoy your blog and find it informative. We have the link to you on the left side lower half of our blog with 911 Dispatchers, Second City Sarge and Adopt A Platoon.

We will eventully rearrange our links in your section, we have had such a headache with blogger, were seriously considering moving the blog else where. For the time being were roughing it and making do. Keep up the great work and stay safe.

Anonymous said...

Lohan is strictly trailer trash and the media needs to ignore her weekly antics and one day soon she will just go away. She has had so many "second chances" that it is way past ridiculous. As they say, you can take the girl out of the trailer park, but you can't take the trailer park out of the girl. Her career is about over, and not a minute too soon.

Anonymous said...

Why don't these celebrities have drivers?

I just don't get it,if I were worth millions I would have someone driving me around. No worries about DUI's or the hassle of driving.