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Paris Hilton Goes Green to “Save Our Earth From All This, You Know, Pollution”

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BPM Mag recently held a green anniversary party with some of the greenest in the biz. Cause, you know, when I think of the environment I always think of porn sites like videos hd xxx, their stars and socialites.

Yes, that’s right. Paris Hilton is on the green carpet preaching la verde, saying, “Tonight I’m here, I came in the hybrid car, because I think that’s the new way to go…to save energy and, you know, save our earth from all this, you know, pollution. So, I don’t know, I think if everyone just takes the steps to do it, it will make a big difference.”

Such inspiration from Paris might have been a little unexpected. I don’t think that I expected porn star Ron Jeremy to be spouting eco-talk either. He told the camera, “I will probably, eventually, buy a hybrid car, as of yet, I have not. But when I go on shows and I talk about these things…I’ve given money to GreenPeace, I’ve been doing it for years. And I support a lot of the things, I keep up to date with what’s going on.” Did he even finish any of his sentences?

After writing so much about eco-cynicism just yesterday, I feel a little squirmy about thinking these comments are so ridiculous…perhaps today I’ll give her the benefit of the doubt. Maybe it’s just an image thing. The Office‘s Brian Baumgartner seemed to come off much more credible to me, though he only briefly discussed some trees he recently planted.

Don’t believe me? Watch it!

Paris Hilton & Ron Jeremy Go Green

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