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Paris Hilton's sidekick hacked - (NSFW) photos that were on it and her entire address book. complete with topless photos and email address!
posted by mgkaelen (206 comments total)

 
.... awaits the flamewar hilarity that's about to ensue... until the deletarity ensues... /fark.
posted by twiggy at 9:37 PM on February 20, 2005


Warren Ellis made a seemingly good point about all of this.
posted by aburd at 9:38 PM on February 20, 2005


Paris Hilton is evil and stupidity incarnate, which is no mean feat.
posted by jonmc at 9:39 PM on February 20, 2005


The topless ones are sideways. Sideways! Jip-off!
posted by ParisParamus at 9:43 PM on February 20, 2005


Wow, it's so nice to know that a group of people (and I mostly mean the people in her address book) who have only the faintest hint of privacy to begin with have had it further torn away.

See, what this really means is that MeFi needs a third page.
posted by Mercaptan at 9:44 PM on February 20, 2005


I saw those earlier today and considered posting them along with the address book here, but then I realized that I really dislike this cult of celebrity, especially when folks like Paris Hilton don't actually do anything creative. At least Britney Spears can sing.

That said, there's something odd about the photos leaked and I wonder if this is another fake publicity stunt. The topless photos are way too fake looking for a cheap tiny phonecam. They look like pictures of a magazine page or something, or real images compressed to look like phonecam images. Whatever it is, I'm not buying half of the photos on that page.
posted by mathowie at 9:46 PM on February 20, 2005


What's a sidekick?
posted by mischief at 9:47 PM on February 20, 2005


^^ sorry, should have clarified. a sidekick is a pda/cell phone. i believe paris' is encrusted with diamonds. a picture:

posted by mgkaelen at 9:49 PM on February 20, 2005


Ha! From the notes page:

Pauly shore 3104907367

Dude's going to get more calls this week than he has in fifteen years and he's going to wake up tomorrow thinking his career is waking back up. Poor Pauly.
posted by mathowie at 9:51 PM on February 20, 2005


another fake publicity stunt

The only way to be sure is to look for dong_resin's address in the book. I heard he was planning a sequel.
posted by yhbc at 9:54 PM on February 20, 2005


black eye pees

I love you, Paris Hilton.
posted by Robot Johnny at 9:55 PM on February 20, 2005


Also, this priceless to-do list:

Call maroon 5
Get birth control kill pill

posted by Robot Johnny at 9:56 PM on February 20, 2005


mathowie,

BWAHAHAHAHAAH.
posted by bandersnatch at 9:57 PM on February 20, 2005


Mercaptan: third page?
posted by ParisParamus at 9:57 PM on February 20, 2005


I'm wondering why she has Stephen King in her contact list. Or why I've spent this much time looking through it.
posted by still at 9:58 PM on February 20, 2005


This thread is a wonderful, subliminal advertisement for the Sidekick. "Social engineering," indeed.
posted by AlexReynolds at 9:59 PM on February 20, 2005


I'm wondering why she has Stephen King in her contact list.

Maybe she's the horror in his next novel.
posted by jonmc at 10:01 PM on February 20, 2005


matt: I think those pictures could have been taken with a phone camera, but they did have pretty good lighting. They definetly have a 'cheap CCD' look to them, which dosn't apear in high-end digital cameras.
posted by delmoi at 10:06 PM on February 20, 2005


Ellis suggests her password may have been hacked. I do remember hearing some news lately about T-Mobile's servers having poor security. I'm leaning towards the idea of a publicity stunt, though.
posted by Jim Jones at 10:06 PM on February 20, 2005


Maybe she's the horror in his next novel.

uh, jonmc, I think you misspelled that.
posted by Vidiot at 10:07 PM on February 20, 2005


I'm not the "Paris" in the address book.
posted by ParisParamus at 10:08 PM on February 20, 2005


ParisParamus: Yeah, all the cool media outlets have a third page.
posted by Mercaptan at 10:09 PM on February 20, 2005


Could one design a more perfect FPP to follow the HST news? I'm with jonmc.
posted by intermod at 10:09 PM on February 20, 2005


Stupid HTML.
posted by intermod at 10:10 PM on February 20, 2005


She is one of the b-and-c-list celebs in TV ads for the Sidekick (which expains the picture with her and Burt Reynolds...)
posted by wendell at 10:10 PM on February 20, 2005


Anna Kournikova! Eminem! Fred Dirst! Seth Green! Man, I wish I were about a decade younger, I would be in heaven with all these numbers.
posted by shoepal at 10:10 PM on February 20, 2005


I'll be calling Fred Durst now.
posted by ScaryShrink at 10:10 PM on February 20, 2005


12:00pm Paris is picked up (1467 N. King Road, West Hollywood, 90069) and
taken to LAX


guess the paparazzi wont have trouble finding her ...

ROFL*copter* on jonmc's last comment.
posted by squeak at 10:10 PM on February 20, 2005


er, a third page
posted by Mercaptan at 10:11 PM on February 20, 2005


Scariest Two-Word Meme of the 21st Century: Paramus Hilton.
posted by wendell at 10:13 PM on February 20, 2005


Mark Cuban's phone number is in the "notes" section. He wrote a funny blog entry on celebrity cell phones a few months ago that's sorta related to this situation...

Mark Cuban: My cellphone
posted by bobo123 at 10:15 PM on February 20, 2005


Call gary shandlin get tape of everything.

A new tagline?
posted by drezdn at 10:20 PM on February 20, 2005


Devon Aoki's phone number.

Hot DAMN!
posted by delmoi at 10:26 PM on February 20, 2005


My bullshit meter is strong on this one as well. This smells like someone's idea of the next great marketing campaign.

Nice t*ts though.

It is entirely too freakin' creepy that her expression never, ever, ever, ever changes.
posted by fenriq at 10:27 PM on February 20, 2005


I have nothing against whores but can someone explain why someone with money would whore themselves for publicity? I can easily understand why people would pay attention to P. Hiton but I just don't get why Ms. Hilton would be Paris hilton. Am I just dense? The only thing I can see her getting is a short sleazy burst of fame. I'm trying not to sound judgmental but I just don't get it.
posted by rdr at 10:27 PM on February 20, 2005


Gary Shandlin eats tapes?
posted by DrJohnEvans at 10:28 PM on February 20, 2005


From her note's section.

Ashley margolis 3236467883 producer mary pallon
Peter lopez will black eye pees rob b
Nicky hilton private plane to vegas
Ken baker at us in town party at sagamore on friday. Steve madden shooot. Break in 323 3596970


And what conversation might that be bitch?
What do you think kristen
Did she learn her lesson?
Welsome back to gamma?
I think gamsy wants a little kiss
Its a gamma tradition
Gamsy is waiting


Is she actualy human?
posted by delmoi at 10:30 PM on February 20, 2005


WOW. I had no idea that jess was trying to bone JT. I'm intrigued.
posted by Jim Jones at 10:31 PM on February 20, 2005


I think you've gotta be a bit of a conspiracy theorist to think this is a marketing campaign --- who the hell would want to subscribe to something where their privacy is so poorly protected?

A marketing campaign from a competitor? Seems too liable to get crushed for slander/libel/whatever this would be if it were fabricated.
posted by twiggy at 10:31 PM on February 20, 2005


(to add to the above - I'm not saying it's definitely legit - i just think that if it IS fabricated, it's highly doubtful that it is for the purpose of marketing)
posted by twiggy at 10:32 PM on February 20, 2005


Can anyone confirm that these stars phone numbers are real? I think it would be cool, I just don't want to be one of *those people* that actually does the calling. Related Question... Why do stars know all of the other stars in Hollywood and have each other's contact information. It seems like a very creepy club where they are all in on it with each other and pulling weird / crazy stunts like this, competing with each other to get more and more famous / more and more attention. Or am I nuts?
posted by banished at 10:34 PM on February 20, 2005


She has two phone numbers for a gynocologist. I guess that's probably a good thing.

Why does she have to do the weird head-tilt thing even on her phone pictures?
posted by Arch Stanton at 10:36 PM on February 20, 2005


I tried calling Christina Aguilara, she picked up and I told her to change her number and hung up. This is not good for T-Mobiles PR.
posted by Dean Keaton at 10:37 PM on February 20, 2005


Paris Hilton is like a Zsa Zsa Gabor for the new generation. No one quite understands why she's considered a celebrity.
posted by RavinDave at 10:39 PM on February 20, 2005


I think you've gotta be a bit of a conspiracy theorist to think this is a marketing campaign --- who the hell would want to subscribe to something where their privacy is so poorly protected?

This isn't a security issue with Sidekicks, this was "social engineering" and free advertising.
posted by AlexReynolds at 10:42 PM on February 20, 2005


I didn't call but I did google one number (shutup, I'm trying to find a hobby); it was the Aguilera number and it's either a fitness center in Santa Monica or belonged some exec named Jim Evans.
posted by Jim Jones at 10:43 PM on February 20, 2005


That's right, young 'uns, I remember it like it was today, but it was back in the winter of aught-five that it happened: Paris Hilton's address book was posted on the Web.

Things were never - whassat? The whut? Well, the first time her address book was... one of the first times... eh, giddouda here, ya punks, you'll never appreciate it...

posted by soyjoy at 10:45 PM on February 20, 2005


What's creepier than how they all know each other is that they all have email at tmail.com.
posted by TheOnlyCoolTim at 10:45 PM on February 20, 2005


I think you've gotta be a bit of a conspiracy theorist to think this is a marketing campaign ---

I don't think so. Remember people are paid to post stuff to forums like this and to go to bars and play with (e.g.) their Sidekick until they catch someone's attention. Then they start extolling the virtues of the product. Actually, I think it's a necessary part of being an informed consumer in the 21st century to suspect everything as being viral marketing.

And the naked photos look fake. Also, why aren't there any photos where she's not perfectly groomed?
posted by Jim Jones at 10:48 PM on February 20, 2005


Wow.

Here's a curious number:

Egplant dike ass: 1-310-279-****

...found near:

Feed the children: 235-933-98001

and

Fergie: +1-323-855-****

And I used to read this guy's books when I was a kid:

Rich, Richie: 1-469-878-****

I think this is real. Partly because there's a couple of people I know (not well) mentioned in her notes and phone numbers, and they're not necessarily people that someone would know to include. It's hard to believe that it's real, but I think it is.

Weird glimpse into the life of someone like her, but about what I would have expected.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 10:50 PM on February 20, 2005


And the naked photos look fake. Also, why aren't there any photos where she's not perfectly groomed?

There are tons of girls who will not let you take a picture unless they look perfict. Paris could be one of 'em.
posted by delmoi at 10:57 PM on February 20, 2005


Why the asterisks? The numbers have already been released into the wild.
posted by Jim Jones at 10:57 PM on February 20, 2005


You know the air has been let out of your celebrity cache, just a little bit, when you're Christina Aguilera and you're listed right there next to Rite Aid in someone's black book.
posted by diastematic at 10:59 PM on February 20, 2005


What EB is trying to say is that he's really pissed Jess is trying to bone JT.
posted by drezdn at 10:59 PM on February 20, 2005


Just to add, this could easily be done with social engineering. I mean, Paris is hardly the brightest bulb in the deck. If someone got her cellphone number, they could easily get her to flip her password.
posted by delmoi at 10:59 PM on February 20, 2005


If you were famous and part of T-Mobile's promotions for the Sidekick, thus making it not unreasonable to assume you had an account with T-Mobile, wouldn't you make your email address a little more difficult to guess than yourname@tmail.com?
posted by jesourie at 11:02 PM on February 20, 2005


All the emails at tmail.com are people who also have sidekicks.
posted by sugarfish at 11:04 PM on February 20, 2005


jesourie... that's just it, no one would eeeeeeever suspect her e-mail was ACTUALLY parishilton@tmail.com
posted by banished at 11:05 PM on February 20, 2005


Okay guys i just called Eminem and he was rambling on about dr. dre being a dick and how cristal is ill...and i was all like, "okay Em, i need to get off the phone and make dinner," but he just kept going on about his new ride and how they wouldn't give him a free dvd player. fucking lonely celebrities...
posted by naxosaxur at 11:06 PM on February 20, 2005


I asterisked the numbers just to be sure to keep mefi on the safe side.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 11:08 PM on February 20, 2005


Jim Jones' reference to T-Mobile security issues was posted on slashdot about a month ago. The article's good for a read because of implications of bigger security problems involving the US government.

But yes, the article also implies that the pictures are real:

The swiped images [of various celebs, including Hilton] are not mentioned in court records, but a source close to the defense...says Jacobsen amused himself and others by obtaining the passwords of Sidekick-toting celebrities from the hacked database, then entering their T-Mobile accounts and downloading photos they'd taken with the wireless communicator's built-in camera.
posted by artifarce at 11:08 PM on February 20, 2005


See, the problem is I wanted Hunter Thompson's cellphone to get hacked and Paris Hilton to kill herself. Damn it all!
posted by fenriq at 11:08 PM on February 20, 2005


Thanks artifarce. I'd only vaguely heard something or the other in passing.
posted by Jim Jones at 11:13 PM on February 20, 2005


See, the problem is I wanted Hunter Thompson's cellphone to get hacked and Paris Hilton to kill herself. Damn it all!

LOL.
posted by delmoi at 11:18 PM on February 20, 2005


Paris looks like a Tolkien elf in poor health.
posted by weretable and the undead chairs at 11:21 PM on February 20, 2005


I'll vote for this hurting T-Mobile, big time. We're so paranoid in general about people having access to our infomration -- who in the hell will feel comfortable putitng thier personal information on a Sidekick after seeing how simply a celebrity's was obtained online and posted?

Would I trust a remote server with my pictures as I took them? With private numbers and notes? Heck no, now. (And no, this isn't the equivalent of e-mail getting hacked -- it's more like your PDA, camera, and personal notebook getting hacked, all on one swoop.)

Convergence burns.
posted by VulcanMike at 11:23 PM on February 20, 2005


Holy spellcheck disastr ^^^
posted by VulcanMike at 11:24 PM on February 20, 2005


Well, ummm, let's just say I know way too much about THAT company's internal tools. Of course, not from personal experience and certainly not because I do/will/have worked for them...

Let's just say a visit with a chainsaw might shape the IT department up.
posted by Samizdata at 11:25 PM on February 20, 2005


I just called Garry to break the news about HST. He's just shattered.
posted by mwhybark at 11:26 PM on February 20, 2005


I am both amazed, disgusted, AND amused that this thread hasn't already been nipped and killed (much like Paris Hilton's former nose), but, given Matt's participation in it, I guess it falls into the "giving those wastrel fucks their due" category.

If I'm ever a celebrity, I'll come here and post my cellphone number.

But I won't post pictures of my boobs. Sorry.
posted by socratic at 11:32 PM on February 20, 2005


Oh, and, damnit, I'm such a moron... I thought HST=Hubble Space Telescope. *sigh* I thought to myself "what? did they deorbit already?!" then I wondered why Garry Shandling would care. I really should sleep now.
posted by socratic at 11:35 PM on February 20, 2005


its a pretty bad advertisement for a sidekick, unless you WANT all your personal information published on the internet.
posted by sophist at 11:36 PM on February 20, 2005


I find it amusing that most of the discussion is about the hack itself, and the phone book. Nobody's even phased that there were pictures of her topless and making out with another girl. Oh media overexposure, how you fascinate me.
posted by VulcanMike at 11:42 PM on February 20, 2005


MP3's, you may have to scroll down a little.
posted by drezdn at 12:29 AM on February 21, 2005


I wish the hackers had spent more time spying on her, and gotten some of her emails.

Oh, how horrible I sound. Isn't it odd that no one seems to be bothered by this? What is it about paris that makes people dislike her so much?
posted by delmoi at 12:34 AM on February 21, 2005


http://www.paris-hacked.com/nickcarter.mp3

Brilliant.

Here are the rest of the links

http://www.paris-hacked.com/nickcarter.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/alexis.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/sam.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/sam2.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/taylor.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/zoe.mp3
http://www.paris-hacked.com/masha.mp3

posted by delmoi at 12:42 AM on February 21, 2005


Delmoi, too me Paris is the worst in manufactored celebrity, she is only famous because of her money and connections, there was no talent or hard work on her rise to stardom. My guess is that she just paid a series of publicists to make her famous.
posted by drezdn at 12:45 AM on February 21, 2005


This is shameful.

We have about two hundred comments here on Mefi and hardly anyone has spared a thought for the poor ordinary people who are neither public figures nor have done anything wrong, but now have their private contacts open to everyone to take advantage of.

Even if Paris Hilton deserved this, certainly none of the people who have been exposed in her addressbook have.

I hope that whoever posted the diary has the same thing happen to him! Burn in hell, you mother!
posted by timyang at 12:47 AM on February 21, 2005


We have about two hundred comments here on Mefi and hardly anyone has spared a thought for the poor ordinary people who are neither public figures nor have done anything wrong, but now have their private contacts open to everyone to take advantage of.

Perhaps we've spared a thought, but not a word? People aren't going to be pranking the joe shmoes in Paris's phonebook nearly as much as the celebrities, but, yeah, I feel a bit sorry for them. I'm not sure what "taking advantage of a private contact" means, though.
posted by Bugbread at 12:56 AM on February 21, 2005


These have been all over the web for two days now. Any of the numbers would have been changed and reassigned by now.

The hacker in question has been caught.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/02/16/t_mobile_hacker_guilty/

It should also be noted that among the people from SA and Genmay who made prank calls, many recieved callbacks from the FBI. This is a little more important than the contact list of a vapid slut, as it was not just her compromised (again) but also the accounts of many others.

Before his arrest last October, Jacobsen used his access to a T-Mobile database to obtain customer passwords and Social Security numbers, and to monitor a US Secret Service cyber crime agent's email, according to government court filings in the case. Sources say the hacker was also able to download candid photos taken by Sidekick users, including Hollywood celebrities, which were shared within the hacking community.

Furthermore, Genmay was blamed by the hacker's group for leaking the information and suffered a convienient DDOS last night.

I apologize for any repeat information, I've been up too long.
posted by angerbot at 1:01 AM on February 21, 2005


If i had been the one who hacked her account i definitely would have built up some serious information on her. Then called paris and been like hey paris its me james we met last saturday at the bar (insert trendy night club) you said you were interested in hanging out. I had a great time talking about (insert banal subject) we should meet. Treat her like a human being instead of some pampered media whore, and then fuck her and sell the tape to further my rise to stardom and eventual anger at having my number revealed because of shoddy tmobile security.....

thats how it worked out in my head anyway.
posted by sourbrew at 1:03 AM on February 21, 2005


Bugbread, maybe I didn't phrase it right, but my point is that no one deserves this kind of exposure and invasion of privacy for the pleasure of others. Not even celebrities. It's just wrong to derive pleasure from the misery of others. And I'm sure people have become rather angry and miserable to find out their private phone numbers and email addresses are privy to all.

You can argue that celebrities court exposure of any kind. But I'd like to ask everyone to put yourself in their shoes for a moment -- how would you like it if someone you knew had their addressbook put on the internet with your contact and possibly other intimate details made fun of (and pranked) by millions of people around the world.

And even if you're one of the ordinary joe shmoes in the addressbook, it certainly cannot be pleasant to think that your details are equally as exposed irregardless of whether you draw as much attention as the celebs.
posted by timyang at 1:37 AM on February 21, 2005


The hacker in question has been caught.

Nick Jacobsen was arrested last year. Are you saying he's the one responsible for this current hack?

Some of the paris emails put up have a timestamp of late Saturday evening. How could they have been "all over the web for two days now"?
posted by gluechunk at 1:38 AM on February 21, 2005


"... certainly none of the people who have been exposed in her addressbook have."

Well, the Joe Schmoes aren't going to get phone calls, I bet. The person I (sort of) know is a high-profile wealthy person, but I bet he doesn't get any phone calls. If I ever find out if he did, I'll report back here. But I bet he won't.

So it's the other celebrities that are vulnerable. But, being celebrities, it's hard to believe that they won't have very little trouble getting their phone numbers changed. This will cause some trouble for them in terms of people they want to be able to reach them...but we all change our phone numbers from time to time, for whatever reasons.

In my opinion, the most sensitive information would have been the private emails, almost none of which were released.

On Preview: gluechunk, I bet that this hacker got the login and password info by way of timyang's hacker. But the dates on this make it clear that it wasn't the latter guy. Or, if it was (because he's not currently in jail, according to the article), he's really in deep shit.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 1:46 AM on February 21, 2005


Timyang: no one deserves this kind of exposure and invasion of privacy for the pleasure of others. Not even celebrities. It's just wrong to derive pleasure from the misery of others.

Well, technically, I disagree, but that's just because I'm anal. For example, Pol Pot, Hitler, Stalin, and the like deserve this kind of invasion of privacy. And I don't think it would be wrong to derive pleasure from their misery. But I agree that merely obnoxious people (Hilton, etc.), don't deserve it. I think we agree at heart.

However, unfortunately, the reality is that I'm just not bothered. My outrage seems to be broken. I know it's bad (if not so much the spilling of Paris's secrets, then the telephone numbers et al of normal folks, like her dentist or what-have-you), but I don't feel that it's bad. I guess I'm just not that good a person.
posted by Bugbread at 1:48 AM on February 21, 2005


Well, the Joe Schmoes aren't going to get phone calls, I bet. The person I (sort of) know is a high-profile wealthy person, but I bet he doesn't get any phone calls. If I ever find out if he did, I'll report back here. But I bet he won't.

Actually, I bet he will. The reason is that someone is going to take the time to call all the "Lauren"s and "Michael"s on the list. They are going to be just that bored, and presumably they will take precautions like using a phone that's not theirs or a prepaid phone to make these calls. While Christina Aguilera is getting hundreds of calls, "Paige" or "Rachel" is getting tens, which is still probably more calls than they get in a normal day anyway, in which case it will get pretty annoying.

Celebrities trust people with phone numbers like normal people do. Ask the manager at the Apple Store at the Grove in Los Angeles. They don't say it out loud to the general public like most other people do when they purchase their computer (the phone number is needed for the service contract), but they give their real phone numbers (on little strips of paper which are promptly torn up) and pick up personally when called (most don't have secretaries or receptionists). Especially for the B list people (not Stephen King or Christina Aguilera) or normal people, this can get pretty annoying.
posted by calwatch at 2:03 AM on February 21, 2005


From the NY Daily Times:

"I got 100 calls in two hours," said Victoria Gotti. "I didn't want to take the phones off the hook because my oldest son was out on a date.

"This went on all night," said the peeved reality TV star and writer. "Finally, at 5:30 a.m., I took them off the hook. This morning, I put them back on and they started ringing immediately. It's driving me insane."

posted by gluechunk at 2:05 AM on February 21, 2005


Well, I guess that guy wins this contest!

Seriously though, this issue brings up a lot of my apprehensions with WiFi, moblogging, etc. There is so much we could do; We have the technology now, yes, and the potential is vast -- but unless the many, many, diverse security issues are sorted, I'm not buying into it. Yet.

From angerbot's link: "T-Mobile declined to discuss specific victims. Reached by phone, Hilton's manager said the company has not notified Hilton of a breach." Gah, even the etiquette leaves much to be desired!

On the other hand, she'd have to be living under a rock not to know by now.
posted by Lush at 2:05 AM on February 21, 2005


How many shots of " do I have to give up for looking at those pictures?

It's sorta like road kill, you don't want to look, but...

posted by joedharma at 2:10 AM on February 21, 2005


Resisting the urge to call some numbers and say:

a) My breasts are nicer than Paris's, and
b) they are totally natural, and
c) here's my number and,
d) I'm male

Be it jail, getting shot or having Eminem come to my door to kick me square in the hoohoos, it's got to be better than doing this at 5:40am.
posted by zerokey at 2:37 AM on February 21, 2005


Here's something strange: from the october 5, 2004 entry in the notes, a phone number, "206 666 luck". Googling returns only one result (cache), a Binary Revolution forums member, lucky225, who is most active in the "Phreaks and Geeks" forum, and whose homepage, verizonfears.com (title: "Verizown - We never stop phreaking for you") focuses on "social engineering", caller ID spoofing, etc.

Hmm.

ps: not checking out all the numbers here, but that one caught my eye
posted by taz at 2:57 AM on February 21, 2005


Timyang, I don't care about Paris Hilton (and her ilk) and I feel no guilt for not caring. If I'm going to feel bad over bad things that happen in life to strangers, I'll start with people who are homeless, starving, diseased, rape victims, dying in wars, etc.

Page me when all that shit's fixed and this is all that's left to worry about. Actually, I'll probably still not care. Do I derive pleasure from "the misery of others?" I'm certainly moderately amused. But this is too trivial (and unconfirmed) to offer much amusement. But then, I don't happen to think that Hilton and her celeb-friends are particularly miserable, right now.
posted by Jim Jones at 2:58 AM on February 21, 2005


"Actually, I bet he will."

Yeah, maybe you're right. But I can't imagine that most of these people won't have their numbers changed within days (if not hours).

On Preview: what you think that implies, taz?
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 2:59 AM on February 21, 2005


On Preview: what you think that implies, taz?

Maybe the cracker decided to leave a little message as to who they were? Or a tweak/slam at someone else.
posted by calwatch at 3:10 AM on February 21, 2005


Gluechunk:
"Nick Jacobsen was arrested last year. Are you saying he's the one responsible for this current hack?

Some of the paris emails put up have a timestamp of late Saturday evening. How could they have been "all over the web for two days now"?"


-

"Now free on bail and living in Oregon, Jacobsen faces a maximum possible sentence of five years imprisonment. Sentencing is set for 16 May."

By two days I mean late saturday evening, when most of the actual calls occured, and sunday. He was in cahoots with a group of hackers, free on bail, and no doubt quite capable of acquiring Ms. Hilton's address book. It's possible she hadn't even changed the password. I bet it was Tinkerbell, or whatever her dog is named.

If you're going to go, go out with a bang.
posted by angerbot at 3:11 AM on February 21, 2005


EB -I have no idea, but it seems, probably, not totally random that the number of a phreaker is in her notes. Perhaps it was placed there (rival phreakers?) or perhaps she actually did meet this particular guy — but that seems unlikely somehow. Just strange, anyway.
posted by taz at 3:12 AM on February 21, 2005


Somebody may have noticed the following

Phase 1: she gets the fuck videos online (outrage,sex,internet)
Phase 2: she gets caught (video of) stealing her own video at
some newsagent (outrage,theft,sex)
Phase 3: her mobile gets hacked and it reeks of sex, morbid idiocy, birth control pills etc (outrage,theft,hacking,sex)

Sooner or later the next best way to publicize will be phaking an attempted suicided and end on Oprah.

Let's fuel some well deserved envy by pointing out she'll earn in a year more then 100 of you'll ever earn in your all life...and by doing ? Nothing. Something is wrong.
posted by elpapacito at 3:28 AM on February 21, 2005


Why does she have to do the weird head-tilt thing even on her phone pictures?
posted by Arch Stanton

Yeah.. And why does she pose with other living creatures like that.. Her widdle dog.. A skunk.. A bird... Somebodies baby!? Ew.
posted by dabitch at 4:07 AM on February 21, 2005


elpapacito, well put.
posted by dabitch at 4:24 AM on February 21, 2005


ps elpapacito, well put.
posted by dabitch at 4:24 AM on February 21, 2005


pardon the hiccup
posted by dabitch at 4:29 AM on February 21, 2005


I'm the richest body,
Would you like to look at my sexy?
[QT .mov, SFW but strange]
posted by moonbird at 4:29 AM on February 21, 2005


Fenriq wins.-- It should be Thompson's 'address book' hacked,Paris offs self. Too bad.
posted by notreally at 5:10 AM on February 21, 2005


sheesh. this is going around the net in html (text) format. modern mefites are a gullible lot, even when they know what RFC's are.
posted by quonsar at 5:17 AM on February 21, 2005


We finally have a value for infinity. It's the reciprocal of this chick's IQ.
posted by Firas at 5:20 AM on February 21, 2005 [1 favorite]


she'll earn in a year more then 100 of you'll ever earn in your all life...and by doing ? Nothing. Something is wrong.


Yeah, she reminds me of someone.

And insofar as her being waylaid by fortune and folks around her not deserving the collateral damage I'd quote Wm. Munny: "Deserves' got nothin to do with it"
posted by Smedleyman at 5:25 AM on February 21, 2005


Her password was "Password."
posted by ColdChef at 5:26 AM on February 21, 2005


Following a link from bobo123's link:
When I woke up on Sunday morning, I immediately checked my e-mail. There were a few additional, positive replies from "Notification List" readers, and then there was this other one, from a guy who referenced that he had seen the story on MetaFilter.

I hadn't heard of "MetaFilter," so as a first guess I typed the obvious "metafilter.com" into my browser. Up popped their homepage (they're a blog/discussion forum website). To my surprise, at the top of the page I read, "Chris-calls! What if you received Chris Rock's old cell phone number and his celebrity friends kept on calling you?"
Ladies and gentlemen, the fundamental interconnectedness of things.
posted by the cydonian at 5:30 AM on February 21, 2005


Am I the only person here who likes Paris Hilton? Admittedly, I'm assuming she's some sort of performance art project.

moonbird - that Mu track is a work of genius. It was my 'guaranteed to turn an empty dancefloor into a full one' song for a good while. Same goes for most of their stuff, come to think of it.
posted by jack_mo at 5:33 AM on February 21, 2005


moonbird, that is REALLY disturbing. And yet, I watched the whole thing.
posted by papercake at 5:34 AM on February 21, 2005


Lucky225 is a well known speaker, phreaker and anti-caller ID tweaker who would be completely stupid to do something like this. Then again, the binary revolution podcast guys are like sixteen years old.

Paris, we love ya.
posted by WebToy at 5:40 AM on February 21, 2005


Another person who was famous, a long time ago, for just being alive and rich. Beware, Paris!
posted by JanetLand at 5:59 AM on February 21, 2005


That's hot
posted by Tenuki at 5:59 AM on February 21, 2005


Maybe one day the Symbionese Liberation Army will kidnap her.
posted by Tenuki at 6:04 AM on February 21, 2005


Just to come in as a T-Mobile Sidekick 2 customer, most anyone who's actually used the service does discover that there's this nice web portal that Danger provides you where you can access all your data over the web.

Just saying, it's shouldn't be some great shock to know that there's a central server where all your data is stored.

And the address book/notes pages, for what it's worth, exactly match the web interface UI.

My wife called one of the numbers last night, and got a voicemail greeting that explained that the actor's number had been leaked on the internet, and HERE'S THE NEW NUMBER. Good to know Paris keeps good mental company.
posted by Remy at 6:17 AM on February 21, 2005


Ho hum.
*yaaaawn*
posted by Shane at 6:25 AM on February 21, 2005


This thread: the LGF of meaningless.
posted by ParisParamus at 6:42 AM on February 21, 2005


The mample.net take on this
posted by herting at 6:43 AM on February 21, 2005


Super Dave Osborne's in her address book! I wondered whatever happened to him.
posted by SisterHavana at 6:47 AM on February 21, 2005


its a pretty bad advertisement for a sidekick, unless you WANT all your personal information published on the internet.>

given the populariity of embarassing/ debasing 'reality' shows, I think there's a large portion of the population who really wouldn't mind their info out there so long as it meant people were talking about them...
posted by mdn at 6:52 AM on February 21, 2005


Oh yeah, and am I the only one surprised to see Southwest Airlines in her address book? You'd think she'd fly first class or in a private jet...not on Southwest.
posted by SisterHavana at 6:57 AM on February 21, 2005


.

(no, I'm not in the wrong thread.)
posted by fungible at 7:09 AM on February 21, 2005


"Well, the Joe Schmoes aren't going to get phone calls, I bet."

actually, a friend of mine (a hairdresser) was on that sidekick...
from his email...
hello everyone, a very famous client of mine lost her
cell phone. The person who found it has downloaded to
the web. i have had 150 calls in 12 hours from freaks.
so here is my new number........

sooo...everyone on her phone had to get a new one...hmmm...
assuming 1/3 of them are t-mobile users and getting a new phone and service is what, like 200 bucks....how much did t-mobile just make off this?
posted by sexyrobot at 7:17 AM on February 21, 2005


I was just admiring the internet connectivity of the mind of Matt, he of the many blogs and online 'to do' lists.
Then I get a peek into the mind of Ms Hilton, albeit her 'private' persona, via her hacked 'sidekick' account.
Opposite ends of the connected society.

Y'see, this is why I don't use the internet, it is a cruel mistress.
posted by asok at 7:19 AM on February 21, 2005


Well, I put up the few Paris photos I was able to pull on mample.net. 4 or 5 are NSFW, and feature her topless snogging some anonymous woman. Navigate to the galleries when you arrive on the site to peer thru them. I'll take them down in a couple hours, but thought for the time being I would share them
posted by herting at 7:36 AM on February 21, 2005


Nobody's even phased that there were pictures of her topless and making out with another girl.

umm...look at the hands....that ain't no girl....sorry to bust your bubble...

oh...and richie rich is a fashion designer, people...
posted by sexyrobot at 7:41 AM on February 21, 2005


wow, I *loved* that Chris Rock story :D
posted by ruelle at 7:43 AM on February 21, 2005


assuming 1/3 of them are t-mobile users and getting a new phone and service is what, like 200 bucks

Uhrr? You don't have to buy a new phone to change your number. Changing your number is of course free.
posted by kindall at 7:44 AM on February 21, 2005


paris hilton is so god damned UGLY!
posted by mcsweetie at 7:50 AM on February 21, 2005


I think there's a large portion of the population who really wouldn't mind their info out there so long as it meant people were talking about them...

As Oscar Wilde said, "The only thing worse than having your address book hacked and posted on the Web... is not having your address book hacked and posted on the Web."
posted by soyjoy at 7:50 AM on February 21, 2005


nice cans
posted by corpse at 7:52 AM on February 21, 2005


Dave, Super
1-323-650-****


Shit that kills me. Dave comma Super cracks me up...
posted by jikel_morten at 7:55 AM on February 21, 2005


Maybe Dave is her building superintendant?

Or maybe he's just "super!" (Thanks for asking.)
posted by papercake at 8:07 AM on February 21, 2005


"...modern mefites are a gullible lot, even when they know what RFC's are."

Also, some of us know how to read. Your fish is showing.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 8:13 AM on February 21, 2005


With 11 hours elapsed since the last FPP, I am fantasizing that Matt's decided to observe HST's passing with a period of FPP silence. Unfortunately the Paris post is sitting there waving its yaya's at us ...
posted by intermod at 8:25 AM on February 21, 2005


Bah, sexyrobot killed my buzz, but did so rightly when they said:

umm...look at the hands....that ain't no girl....sorry to bust your bubble...

I am now horrified....
posted by herting at 8:29 AM on February 21, 2005


This is a very funny thread.
posted by ParisParamus at 8:35 AM on February 21, 2005


The girl is supposed to be MTV Latin America VJ Eglantina Zing.
posted by zsazsa at 8:35 AM on February 21, 2005


11 hours elapsed since the last FPP

After over a half decade of searching, the 20000 member strong community Metafilter has official found the Best of the Web. All future activity has been cancelled. Members will be asked to go back to working, noticing their spouse, and/or observing how much their children have grown in the last five years.
posted by Arch Stanton at 8:41 AM on February 21, 2005


has anyone else noticed that there have been no new Mefi posts since 11:33 PM CST, Feb 20th? Has this post totally consumed surfers everywhere? in the end, i guess boobies trumps good content anyday
posted by cbjg at 8:43 AM on February 21, 2005


I just thought of something.

Paris Hilton is the most free person in the world.

Think about it. She has no responsibilities *whatsoever*. She can say or do anything (or anyone) she wants and there will be no reprocussions whatsoever. Even normal rich celebrities have some governors on their behavior based on societal expections, but Paris has no such barrier holding her back.

Which leads me to wonder... is she actually the idiot she appears to be? Or could this all be a carefully-constructed ruse to get herself into this position? It seems staggering to believe a total moron could stumble into a state of being that most people long for with all their hearts.

Just pondering...
posted by InnocentBystander at 8:54 AM on February 21, 2005


If you watch the film "Being There," you'll come to understand much of the nature of humans such as Paris Hilton.
posted by gcbv at 9:01 AM on February 21, 2005


am I the only one surprised to see Southwest Airlines in her address book?

why? southwest airlines has its own reality tv show too.
posted by quonsar at 9:05 AM on February 21, 2005


It seems staggering to believe a total moron could stumble into a state of being that most people long for with all their hearts.

take a good long look at washington, dc.
posted by quonsar at 9:08 AM on February 21, 2005


From someone writing to Gawker:
I was particulary intrigued by an entry simply stated as “Dr Pat,” so I did a reverse lookup of the number. The number returned registered to a Dr. Stephen Patt, who I then googled.

According to this site, “Suboxone and Subutex approved doctor in Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Stephen Patt may be able to help patients struggling with drug addiction, specifically those withdrawing from herion or other opiates by prescribing suboxone or subutex.”

Now, why someone would need Dr. Patt’s assistance and his phone number at their reach is up for speculation. You do the math.
On preview:
After over a half decade of searching, the 20000 member strong community Metafilter has official found the Best of the Web.

Or it was throwing JRun errors.
posted by Vidiot at 9:10 AM on February 21, 2005


Ashley Olsen, but no Mary-Kate? I guess that confirms which one is the bad seed...
posted by emelenjr at 9:12 AM on February 21, 2005


Now, why someone would need Dr. Patt’s assistance and his phone number at their reach is up for speculation. You do the math.

Rich, attention starved, and rail thin. I'd be surprised if she didn't do heroin.

What an utterly useless and naive bit of detective work. :(
posted by ODiV at 9:20 AM on February 21, 2005


[This is probably very bad for the internets.]
posted by koeselitz at 9:20 AM on February 21, 2005


Yep, we'll soon see the Paris Hilton Information Protection Act
posted by Tenuki at 9:27 AM on February 21, 2005


Anyone know anything about the dark net? this interweb thingy is starting to scare me with ideas like that floating around... perhaps its time i start refrequenting irc channels.
posted by sourbrew at 9:29 AM on February 21, 2005


It's clear that America's obsession with Paris' breasts is second only to her own.
posted by Slothrup at 9:40 AM on February 21, 2005


Calling Preteens with a Barbie Phone
Mattel hopes its doll-themed prepaid cell phone -- a real working one -- will be a hit with girls and turn its classic toy hip again
posted by matteo at 9:50 AM on February 21, 2005


soyjoy wins.
posted by mowglisambo at 9:52 AM on February 21, 2005


917 929 91xx
David LaChappele

Wow.

Imagine if all the famous names of celebrities that fill your head were actually aquaintances in real life. That's her life.

Paris Hilton is the perfect argument for the estate tax.
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 10:21 AM on February 21, 2005


Paris Hilton reminds me of someone who sold her soul to the devil and got absolutely nothing in return.
posted by dances_with_sneetches at 10:38 AM on February 21, 2005


Paris Hilton is the perfect argument for the estate tax.

Not to mention birth control.
posted by jonmc at 10:40 AM on February 21, 2005


She looks better sans shirt (they look real in some pics anyway), and her girlfriend's cute (more!), but those yappy little dogs....
posted by davy at 10:42 AM on February 21, 2005


I just can't believe how many pictures of herself she carries around with her.
posted by btwillig at 10:53 AM on February 21, 2005


"I just can't believe how many pictures of herself she carries around with her."

Yeah, that's very revealing. Although, not really anything we didn't already know. But it's freakishly narcissistic.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 10:56 AM on February 21, 2005


If you watch the film "Being There," you'll come to understand much of the nature of humans such as Paris Hilton.

Huh. I love that film and I don't see any connection, except that there are rich people in it. Oh, and some of them are rich because they have a rich father. But not one of them that I can remember, even the villain, had anything else in common with Paris Hilton.
posted by bingo at 11:05 AM on February 21, 2005


Paris Hilton Made Me Change My Number.
posted by sciurus at 11:10 AM on February 21, 2005


Is Paris Hilton a Simulacrum?
posted by AlexReynolds at 11:21 AM on February 21, 2005


That Barbelith site seems pretty cool.
posted by sciurus at 11:28 AM on February 21, 2005


I watched "No Maps For These Territories" last night. It's a documantary about William Gibson. He talks about the mediaspace that's a kind of prosthetic nervous system. I like the idea of "Paris" as the incarnation of some weird dream that's bubbled up out of the collective media-consciousness.

I'd never made the connection between Paris and Gibson, but geez.. it's so true. Paris Hilton really is like something ripped out of a (SF-series) Gibson novel, I mean complete with wireless hacking!

Wow.
posted by delmoi at 11:40 AM on February 21, 2005


Barbelith is like a UK-centric equivalent of MeFi.
posted by AlexReynolds at 11:41 AM on February 21, 2005


Tenuki's on to something. It'll be like the Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act, only with PATRIOT 3 thrown in. "Won't somebody think of tinkerbell?"
posted by anthill at 11:58 AM on February 21, 2005


i'm sorry, but i gotta disagree with the argument that she's famous for 'absolutely no reason'...
*paris hilton is currently starring in the third season of her super popular television show "the simple life" on the fox network
*she has starred in one of the most popular motion pictures of all time "the paris hilton sex tape"
and
*she's a spokesmodel for t-mobile's 'sidekick' line.

so there!

oh, dont forget her music video
posted by sexyrobot at 12:23 PM on February 21, 2005


wait, 11 hours since anybody fpp'd? quick! Pay ATTENTION! the republicans are probably up to something! Is Iran O.K.?
posted by sexyrobot at 12:26 PM on February 21, 2005


I once knew an heiress much wealthier than Paris Hilton. She was about 20 and in college. She was very nice even though she was both absurdly rich and beautiful. In fact, lots of us that knew her would comment on how nice of a person she was—in the sense that it offended our view of the natural order of things that someone wealthy and beautiful would also be a nice person.

However, now she's in her thirties. I can find out various gossip about her from the gossip and society pages. Somehow, between then and now, she's become the shallow bitch that everyone always assumed she must have been. I think the difference was between being around mostly normal people and being mostly around the rich and beautiful Manhattan and LA creme de le creme and that bizarre, incestuous little universe.

This is only to offer up a sort of ambivalent defense of Paris Hilton. Being fabulously wealthy and beautiful doesn't mean that you're born any different than anyone else and so there are good people and bad people. On the other hand, this is a really weird fucking world these people live in and it's a wonder that any of them manage to stay relatively normal and decent. Of course Paris Hilton admires her breasts at every opportunity. Fifty million other people do.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 12:46 PM on February 21, 2005


Related news story on CNN: Paris Hilton's address book posted online.
posted by quam at 12:56 PM on February 21, 2005


who else thinks this info was leaked on purpose? You know kind if like a marketing strategy. As you can see its generating alot of buzz
posted by omega at 1:02 PM on February 21, 2005


On the other hand, this is a really weird fucking world these people live in and it's a wonder that any of them manage to stay relatively normal

There was a cool little doc on HBO a while back called "Born Rich" I think (some totally mundane/descriptive title like that, anyway), about rich kids & the world they inhabit. It really is sort of bizarre. I remember the heir to the Whitney fortune talking about when he realized that not everyone had a family museum...

I was sent to prep school (my dad's an academic and thought it would benefit me; as a scholarship kid I felt socially ostracized and hated it, but that's another story) and got a peek into richkidland, but that was nothing compared with those born into billion dollar estates, where they literally never have to think about working or about money at all. Spending a few thousand dollars on an evening out is completely normal to them, and doesn't even really register as a concern. All that they're stuck having to worry about is how they'll amuse themselves while alive, and since people from 'normal' families will Not Understand at all, they mostly hang out with one another, or try to get on TV.
posted by mdn at 1:17 PM on February 21, 2005


In the mid-90's I was living with a woman who had just been hired as the reservations manager for a restaurant that was about to open in Manhattan. The proprietor gave her a list of the personal numbers of around 200 celebrities and media bigwigs who were to be given a secret reservation number that was pretty much the only way to get a table in the first six months at least. The list was put on my laptop. I managed to resist any drunken urges to prank call Jack Nicholson and David Bowie and eventually forgot about it. A year later I bought a new computer and gave the old laptop to a young actress of my acquaintance, the list still on it. When she came across it, she was somewhat surprised by my glittery social circle. At my prompting she did delete it and, karmically perhaps, has become very successful in her own right.
posted by liam at 1:55 PM on February 21, 2005


who else thinks this info was leaked on purpose?
If it was, then she whored out her contacts. Which would be very bad for her.
posted by thomcatspike at 2:04 PM on February 21, 2005


She's not that pretty, and her makeup and clothes are horrendous, and she's a little too thin.
posted by davy at 2:10 PM on February 21, 2005


From CNN: Sultry starlet or slinky socialite?
posted by fixedgear at 2:26 PM on February 21, 2005


The Chris Rock story is great.
posted by tomplus2 at 2:34 PM on February 21, 2005


CNN quotes some person named Zidar who seems toe belive that the Secret Service are computer-crime-cops. "As soon as one comes up the secret service is all over it".
Since when does the secret service do such jobs?
posted by dabitch at 2:43 PM on February 21, 2005


dabitch, the SS is responsible for computer crime. Also counterfeiting. Not sure how this came to be. These days the FBI has taken over much of that role, but the SS still has jurisdiction if it wants it.
posted by IshmaelGraves at 2:44 PM on February 21, 2005


dabitch: They've always been involved with computer crime. Remember, the SS was orgionaly created to stop counterfeiters, but also started protecting the president after Lincoln was assassinated.
posted by delmoi at 2:46 PM on February 21, 2005


Really? Ah well, a quick google define was on my "side", I guess it wasn't the whole story. (It did say they dealt with counterfieters though here)
posted by dabitch at 2:53 PM on February 21, 2005


liam: I once had Adam Sandlers old computer, complete with celeb address book. Resisting the urge to call Jack Nicholson was quite difficult indeed.
posted by Jawn at 2:53 PM on February 21, 2005


Really? Ah well, a quick google define was on my "side", I guess it wasn't the whole story. (It did say they dealt with counterfeiters though here)
posted by dabitch at 2:54 PM on February 21, 2005


mirror
posted by delmoi at 3:08 PM on February 21, 2005


Looks like the data is all still up at www.hiltonhacked.com.
NSFW of course.
posted by w0mbat at 3:10 PM on February 21, 2005


Born rich... doesn't mean that you're born any different than anyone else and so there are good people and bad people
I had a buddy who was born dirt poor. I mean dirt, dirt poor. One of the most talented, creative, smartest humans I've ever met. Absolutely no support system around him. Yet through a lot of hard work and struggle and going through the military to afford a college degree (despite having a genius level IQ - albeit unnurtured since his school was too poor to have any kind of real gifted program) he now is: middle class. Perhaps upper middle class with his wife's income. I'm sure eventually he'll be wealthy, but think of all the effort he had to go through just to survive when he could be working on a myriad of other things worthy of his talent.
I can't help but think how many people like him are dying of starvation somewhere while self-serving idiots gobble up as much of the resources as they can.
Paris is in no way free. Anyone who is a slave to their Id as much as she is can't be called free no matter how much license she is given.
In as much as she is a prodigal idiot, I do blame the machine which allows this to go on.
(Illinois for example just eased off increases for education)
Ironic. She's famous for lowering herself to menial tasks, yet she's really only suited for menial tasks.
...perhaps a whorehouse. Nothing wrong with an honest hooker.
posted by Smedleyman at 3:42 PM on February 21, 2005


I wonder who "Party Guy" was.
posted by jokeefe at 3:47 PM on February 21, 2005


Resisting the urge to call Jack Nicholson was quite difficult
I've met a (very) few celebs.
...I find I have nothing to say.
"Enjoy your work..." s'about it. I mean, they're strangers.
I suppose I could gush...but I'm stuck again - what to say?
(Although I'm uncomfortable in those situations anyway)
Unless we have a common interest. I'm disappointed I won't ever get to talk to Jerry Seinfeld for example, not for his work, but we're both Superman fans.
I'd love to talk to Kevin Smith about comics too.
Steve Martin is a Douglas Hofstaeder fan, I'd love to chat with him about Godel, Escher, Bach.
posted by Smedleyman at 3:49 PM on February 21, 2005


What's the matter with these web people can they not rotate a picture, what's up with that?
posted by Navek Rednam at 4:29 PM on February 21, 2005


At least Britney Spears can sing.

She can?
posted by dg at 4:34 PM on February 21, 2005


well, her computers can, anyway...
posted by sexyrobot at 4:45 PM on February 21, 2005


In conclusion, Kevin Mitnick is somehow responsible for this entire fiasco.
posted by drezdn at 4:50 PM on February 21, 2005


Thank God Paris Hilton and I have our relationship worked out. We don't keep each other's numbers in our address books, we never call or see each other. We give each other complete privacy. Hell, I haven't even looked at her tits, or watched her have sex. We have a great thing going.
posted by gesamtkunstwerk at 6:41 PM on February 21, 2005


Maybe this is why Paris didn't show up at the WonderConat 4:30 PM on Saturday to promote her role in the remake of House of Wax...
posted by JDC8 at 6:41 PM on February 21, 2005


Aid, Rite 323-876-4466

Priceless!
posted by Wet Spot at 7:59 PM on February 21, 2005


Hell, I haven't even looked at her tits, or watched her have sex.

Lucky....
posted by Vidiot at 8:01 PM on February 21, 2005


"Hell, I haven't even looked at her tits."

I have to admit, I rather like them.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 8:24 PM on February 21, 2005


She soils my good name. Would I kick her out of bed? Probably.
posted by ParisParamus at 8:36 PM on February 21, 2005


This reminds me too much of Glamorama

...falls in love with sex tape all over again
posted by Demogorgon at 10:45 PM on February 21, 2005


How much you wanna bet her password was her friggin DOG's name?
posted by HTuttle at 1:48 AM on February 22, 2005


apparently, it was 'password'
posted by sexyrobot at 2:11 AM on February 22, 2005


While people joke about the password, many people - rich, poor, bright or ignorant - use one character codes on their portable devices for quick access. If spacebar entry can't be accepted, such folks will likely input the character nearest to the Enter key. With the Sidekick's design in mind, there's probably a couple hundred models floating about with the letter L serving as a login sequence.
posted by Smart Dalek at 4:04 AM on February 22, 2005


It strikes me this was leaked on purpose - I bet PH has a new show out soon, record deal or book..!!
posted by Chrisuk43 at 4:18 AM on February 22, 2005


...or a perfume. Gah.
posted by dabitch at 4:23 AM on February 22, 2005


Drudge is reporting that Fred Durst's mobile phone has been hacked, probably by the same culprits, too.
posted by crunchland at 12:52 PM on February 25, 2005


Proving that (once again) there is no such thing as bad publicity: Hilton hack a hit for T-Mobile. "We had an unusually high demand this week," observed one Manhattan store employee.
posted by spock at 6:44 AM on March 3, 2005


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