Sunday, July 27, 2008

Cosmetic Surgery Suggestions: Uhmmm... Is A Full Body Transplant Possible Yet?

I've just gotten an e-mail this morning asking why I've removed Perez Hilton's site from my Blog Log. I wasn't going to make a big deal about it, but I do have reasons as to why I don't want to promote Hilton's site.

I made the decision to remove the blog from my list after viewing his post on the alleged stolen photos of Miley Cyrus. I feel that Perez Hilton's posting of these photos was unprofessional and unethical - he says that he would take them down if he found out they were real. (?) FTW? I mean, first off, the guy that sent them to him claims to be a hacker that hacked into Miley's e-mail, invading her privacy. Now, whether or not this is true, you have to take this man as the illegal and immoral person he claims to be. Come on now, Perez, surely you know it's illegal to buy merchandise you believe to be stolen - what's so different about a hacker stealing photos from a fifteen year-old girl?

That leads into my second point, actually: this is a fifteen year-old girl we're talking about here. Like it or not, adults in the media must have some responsibility for protecting this teenage girl from the vultures of the gossip world and, if need be, herself. And finally, she's fifteen and posed in VERY provocative images. They boarder on child pornography. Shame on you, Mario, for posting them in the first place.

I'd just like to say that I didn't start this site to call people ugly, or berate anyone's physical appearance. But some people are ugly on the inside and nothing they can do with a scalpel, or a needle, nor an implant can solve the deep pain they must feel in order to inflict such viciousness and spew such bile onto the rest of the world.

I added Perez's site to mine initially as I was finding my blogging voice. I'd never much followed his blog before, preferring to stick to the sunnier and funnier Pink Is The New Blog. After following Perez Hilton for a while, I realized that he was not witty or funny at all. The sum of his alleged wit amounts to childish taunting and name-calling. Has calling someone "a mess", or "desperate", or "fat" - as a side note, where does Perez get off calling people fat or desperate? - been funny since third grade? It all boils down to this: there's no sensation I can get out of reading that I couldn't get with a swift kick to the head (or genitals).

Perez Hilton, you're giving gay bloggers a bad name!

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