Hairtech International Inc. sued Paris Hilton for breach of a promotional contract. The plaintiff alleges that instead of wearing its hair extensions, she wore extensions made by another company and asks for $35 million in damages from Paris’ bad hair days.
Because the California legislature did not have the funds to purchase a fiddle for every legislator to play while California spirals down the economic death hole, the members of the Assembly spent their time considering and passing a new law intended to solve California’s financial woes by asking citizens to swear off swearing for a week. Finally recognizing that their intellect was not up to the monumental task of passing important legislation that might fix the broken state, the Assembly simply punted and tackled a subject well know to all of them – cursing. Now the Senate must consider the bill. Next up for the Assembly, a bill giving Paris Hilton a key to the Golden State for her hard work in promoting Los Angeles as a playground for air-headed trust babies.