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Wednesday, 17 January 2007
Mood:  flirty
Now Playing: No Sacrifice (Elton John)
Topic: News Views

NAOMI CAMPBELL has just been punished in a New York courthouse (for the second time) for "injuring" (how badly? I ask myself. I think "victimizing over the full course of one's employment" is more likely a charge to bring) her "maid". Due to a plea bargain that, according to the British press involved her doing no community service that was "unpalatable", she will now be punished indoors. She will pay a $400 fine. She will have to undertake her second anger mangement course in the last couple of years.

Do you know what? I don't know what to say about this. Is it one law for the rich and one for the poor? Loads of "celebrities" (not to mention a speeding (in a car, folks— not on drugs) Princess Ann) seem to get scandalously lenient sentences, over here as much as anywhere else.

"Poor" Naomi Campbell has been in the papers so many times for her, frankly, dead skunk-stinking attitude to all those she no doubt considers her inferiors. I actually like Naomi. She was always more "super" than the other models. And the only one who seemed truly fashionable+sexy at the same time (the 2 are extremely different things— I point this out to my female audience). Oh and by the way Naomi Campbell is not "African American", never has been. She is black British. And if you want to be politically correct about it, the term we tend to use over here is Afro-Caribbean (though I've not seen or heard that one lately). British people of African or Caribbean origin usually just call themselves "black". And are justly proud of being it, too.

And, as Loony Tunes say:— That's All [for tonight] Folks!!

Posted by gledwood at 1:01 AM GMT
Updated: Wednesday, 17 January 2007 1:06 AM GMT

Wednesday, 17 January 2007 - 9:21 AM GMT

Name: "chipper"
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Yes, you definitely struck a chord with me over the relative treatment of "the gentry" vs. "normal people" vs. "us" by law enforcement.  I have become so cynical over the last couple years, if for no other reason but that I now have experience with law enforcement and the courts (mostly through friends but a bit personally myself) and I can attest to the fact that the carrying out of justice is relative to who the victim is and to who the perp is too!  ANd that should not be!!!

 I could tell stories but here isn't the place.  Maybe I will do so on my blog someday if I'm so inclined ...

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