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Tuesday, January 23, 2007

If It Looks Like a Duck and It's Thinner Than a Duck, Then It's Anorexia

I'm certainly not trying to get Baylen sued over libel, because there are LAWS against that; you know, like the kind that HOMELAND SECURITY uses. So I'll just say that I can't wait to find out what evidence Keira Knightley puts forward in her libel case against a newspaper that accused her of having anorexia. I say "having" anorexia because that's the politically correct thing to say. You can't actually have anorexia, any more than you can have kleptomania, or nymphomania. Just fucking eat already, you ugly skinny girls. And quit stealing, thieves. But don't stop sleeping around, nymphs. You're ok. Daddy loves you.

Simon Smith, a lawyer with Schillings law firm, said the 21-year-old star's lawsuit was filed against Associated Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mail, for an article on January 11.

Smith indicated Knightley was unhappy with a link the newspaper made between her and a teenage girl who died of anorexia, an eating disorder in which the victims starve themselves but still think they are overweight.

"The article made reference to what it perceived to be Ms. Knightley's very slim appearance," Smith said