I like the idea of a 'news' (bass fishing) magazine format for our forthcoming television pilot, Nostradeezy, but here's the truth.
A friend just told me that the actual product is only in the actual commercial for one actual clip. The rest is all Paris. Hawt.
The only question that arises from this, in my mind, has nothing to do with the germaneness of exposing quasi-sexual content to children for no reason (because after all, your little girls are going to become whores anyway and your little boys are going to turn into this). Rather, I'm interested in the schizophrenic 'message' it sends to impressionable shawties who see a relatively attractive/successful anorexic cokewhore (not to insult my dear Paris, who has long been an Arlo Harshenstein fan) eating a large, oily sandwich. Do we want little girls to think they can eat that shit and still look like Paris Hilton? Cuz hell no.
Why have no parent groups come forth with this pressing concern?