CRAZY BITCH

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I'm sure you've all read by now that Lindsay Lohan has been busted for DUI and possession of cocaine in L.A., only days after appearing in court on another DUI charge and having the judge order one of those ankle bracelets that supposedly can sense if someone is using or not. I believe this was something like her third bust in three months. Stupid bitch. This is an everyday occurrence in Los Angeles, by the way. I was regularly almost run off the road by young socialites/Paris Hilton wannabes on their cellphones and messed up to the max. What? Lohan can't afford a fucking driver? Makes me glad to be out of that crazy place. Everything was Paris Hilton to the point of absurdity right before I left. I really thought her "cry baby" routine would result in the end of her career... but I guess I was wrong. Nevertheless, in the interest of public service, I thought I'd post this photo essay (which I posted awhile back on another music site several months ago), just to illustrate -- at least when it comes to defiance and busts:

THE DECLINE OF POPULAR CULTURE, PART 1:

John & Yoko arrested

Macca in Japan

Bob Mitchum jailed for pot

Elvis in court on assault charges, 1956

Jagger busted

Zsa Zsa's mugshot

Wow! That's hot!

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