May 20th, 2009 11:41 EST
Celebrity Twits Like Lindsay Lohan Love Twitter
I regularly read the online editions of the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and the Christian Science Monitor. But I also check out the entertainment sites -- Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Amy Winehouse and other celebrity bimbos provide enough fodder for a hundred articles.
I even read the National Enquirer, but I have never read the Twitter or MySpace pages of Paris Hilton or Miley Cyrus. It would be a fate worse than death to read about the mundane details of the lives of jaded and degenerate celebrities.
If I lived in California and an earthquake hit, the last place I would go for information would be the personal Web pages of a dimwitted celeb.
Last Sunday an earthquake rattled Los Angeles, and the celebrity twits immediately started twittering on Twitter.
"Sunday night`s 4.7 earthquake may have rattled Los Angeles, but its reverberations are being felt online as stars - everyone from Miley to Lindsay - have taken to their Twitter or MySpace pages to report and react."
Last Sunday an earthquake rattled Los Angeles, and the celebrity twits immediately wrote their impressions on Twitter.
"Earthquake scared me" twitted Lindsay Lohan, where else but Twitter could you read such a brilliant insight? I wish the quake had scared her so much that she put her drawers back on, and gave up the booze and drugs.
I was going to share what other celebs wrote about the quake, but I can`t subject my readers to such blithering blather.