Supposedly, bodyguards opened fire on the paparazzi at Gisele Bundchen's and Tom Brady's wedding. One of those is a Victoria's secret model, the other is a New England Patriots quarterback, I'll let you figure out which is which. You can read the whole story here:
The question I'd like to pose is this: did the photographers deserve it? This is a cruel question, but we're generally cruel people here at Time to Wipe the Crack. I happened to watch Fox's TMZ the other night, and I can't help but think that paparazzi are scum, and perhaps deserve to put their lives in danger every time they follow people around (even if they're only following ditzy, shallow losers who secretly like the attention). I think we should even the playing field a bit by allowing celebrities to apply for hunting permits for the paparazzi. Then the entire love-hate relationship would be more fun for all of us. The paparazzi would have to get more creative in getting that prime photo of a star taking their trash out, and the stars would have the opportunity to take care of their own pest problem, rather than having their bodyguards do it.
I feel a little split suggesting this, as I can already see myself being villainized in the news for suggesting open-hunting of people, but I'm not too worried, as not a lot of people really read this blog, and the news getting ahold of it would just increase our readership. Still, a disclaimer: I do not advocate the killing of human beings, except for criminals, child molesters, and a number of fictional characters (i.e. the entire population of the Twilight novels).
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