okay, typically, i don’t do two posts a day, but seriously? this is so far beyond ridiculous that i can’t let it go.
this is the perfect example of probably one of the biggest rule in the lame-a$$ blogosphere today: write about what you know. to put this in terms that perez would understand, ‘how can we put this mildly?’ perez, honey, you don’t know world politics or any other real life stuff. and that’s okay. but we don’t likey when you pretends to be smarts and stuff.
one might wonder where perez got such insightful information? answer (and i quote) “a cuban”. when you stop laughing, keep reading. it gets better.
a little further down in his post, he brags about how he ‘broke the story a week ago’ on a deadsky fidel. how embarrassing for the news networks if this were true? can’t you just hear
katie couric brian williams now? ‘breaking news on perezhilton.com this afternoon as legendary cuban leader fidel castro passes away. perez scooped all of us by banging talking with a cuban boy in hollywood.’ awesome.
really perez? fidel? fidel castro, terrorizing leader of cuba? come on, meow. i really thought you were better than that. putting this on your blog pretty much qualifies as fraud. listen why this is true, clowny hair, and then i think you’ll agree.
we visit your site with the purpose and intent to be dumber when we are finished reading than we were when we logged on your site. we don’t go there to learn anything of any value what so ever. you are the queen of reporting on team BLPN’ Girls (brit brit, lindsay, paris, nicole) and you do it better than anyone else. what you do not do well and should not do at all is real news. it’s just over your green skull cap, homey, so leave to the people who can read good.
we look to perez for legit bashing of celebs, not translation of world events (and no, LA is not included in the ‘real world’ i’m speaking about).
here’s why the fraud part gets my gordy-gord gord and it actually relates back to durtbagz. i read about a situation earlier this week about a kid who bought something off of an online site with his dad’s credit card, (not sure what the product was). anywho, the dad gets the bill and refuses to pay the charge, claiming he didn’t buy the product and it was illegitimately put on his card by his son. and his son wouldn’t send the product back and the father actually had the raisin balls to accuse the online store of fraudulent charges.
now, i’m not the smartest pencil in the box, but if you take something from a store without paying for it, i’m pretty sure that is called stealing and makes you a thief. you don’t go around taking things and then claiming fraudulent charges when you keep the products. the kid and the dad are both frauds, really. and perez, you should call them up so you can start a fraud club and hold fake meetings and lie to everyone you know.