Rabu, 13 Februari 2008

Heather Mills to run for the hills

I just love the way Heather Mills can't understand why everyone else in the whole entire world hates her so much. She comes across as so self-righteous, arrogant, and insufferable that I'm surprised even she can stand to be around herself. Heather's been representing herself in her divorce proceedings this week – yeah that's right, that's why we call her self-righteous and arrogant. Can you imagine the kind of ego a person would need to have to represent herself in a trial with tens of million dollars at stake – and she has no legal training? And though she doesn't understand why, she is aware that people generally loathe her? You'd think that would be the one time to put your ego aside and say, “Hey, even though I know I'm the most amazing creature to walk to earth, other people haven't seemed to figure it out. People don't respond well to me. Perhaps that means a judge won't either. Maybe I should leave this to a professional.” But Heather Mills is never impeded by logic. And woe for her – she'll probably leave the country when this is all done, at least according to her father.

"I think she'll go abroad and then just slowly fade away into obscurity," said Mark Mills in an interview quoted by the Press Association news agency.

Ms Mills' father said he thought she would move to France or the US with the couple's four-year-old daughter Beatrice after the court case ended.

"She won't stay in this country. She knows everybody hates her and she does not care," he said.

"I think she's very low at the moment and would leap at the chance to get away from it all and take her daughter Bea with her."

[From the BBC]

If she knows everyone hates her and does not care, then why in the world is she constantly going on television in an attempt to improve her public image? Can you imagine how much more calm and peaceful the world would be if Heather Mills really did fade into obscurity? Though from all reports that's highly unlikely, seeing as how her only goal in life was to be famous. And the closest she's gotten is infamous. I've never quite understood the Mills' self-pity. Not only does Heather have quite a bit of it – this is a woman who in a televised interview threatened to kill herself since people didn't like her – her whole family is constantly joining in the pity party too. Not that I'd expect her family to bash her, but when the add to the “Poor Heather, what a rough life” routine, it just makes you want to smack the lot of them. Let's hope the the notion of Heather fading away into obscurity is not just a plea for sympathy but rather a call to action.

Here's Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills arriving at their divorce hearing yesterday. Images thanks to PR Photos.

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