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04:18 PM on 04/17/2012
Another misleading heading without an ounce of truth.

Not one royal was involved in the incident.
whinenot
Actions speak louder than words.
03:25 PM on 04/17/2012
Pippa appears to be following the long line of siblings with famous family members who act out and embarrass the famous person. Billy Carter was a master of if when his brother Jimmy was in the White House. I am sure Pippa's parents and her big sister will have a littel 'come to Jesus' talk with her after this incident.
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05:20 PM on 04/17/2012
oh, I don't think so - mom and dad, but especially mom, is, no doubt, very satisfied that the daughter is out there in society having her fun with, perhaps, a male who might have enough money to satisfy mom and her desire to have daughter marry well. Just as long as that homely son doesn't appear on the scene - with, no doubt, his boyfriend.
08:26 AM on 04/18/2012
You're right. When they do have this "talk" with her it will go something like, " You cant make it look bad for your SISTER" "Look what you're doing to your SISTER". Your SISTER has enough pressure her " Maybe you should be photographed more with your SISTER".
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Highball
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03:23 PM on 04/17/2012
Yeah, I don't get why it would be on Pippa. She wasn't the one pointing the gun.
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sensimilla
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03:39 PM on 04/17/2012
it's not. But it's a headline so they go for it!
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GracieGiraffe
I look down on other mammals
04:16 PM on 04/17/2012
They could get her if she was part of the plan to use the gun, essentially.
03:20 PM on 04/17/2012
snooze.
11:02 AM on 04/17/2012
Worthless bunch of partiers... Pity they didn't point that gun at a Zimmerman.
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Kittenesque
06:42 AM on 04/17/2012
Go to Daily Mail to see the pictures of the party. A bunch of sad people.
04:35 PM on 04/17/2012
This bunch of "sad" people had among them one of France's top entrepreneurs.
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Kittenesque
04:36 PM on 04/17/2012
Yes, the only one. The comment was referring to taste.
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Sh00Fly
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08:01 PM on 04/16/2012
Of course she will get a pass.
08:26 PM on 04/16/2012
It's very possible but she was in France, not England.
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sensimilla
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03:39 PM on 04/17/2012
considering it was not her that waved the weapon, she should get a pass.
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Sh00Fly
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03:42 PM on 04/17/2012
From what I understand, according to their laws she could also be charged. However, it seems that we haven't been told the entire story and now it is being reported that the journalist who was the 'target' actually knew that the gun was fake and has not pressed charges.
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Stephen Thorpe
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06:04 PM on 04/16/2012
'It's still unclear whether the gun is real.'
'The driver's identity is still unclear.'

This is national news in America on the big networks this morning. Sheesh!
06:02 PM on 04/16/2012
One just has to hope that this will go away bigtime.
05:10 PM on 04/16/2012
I doubt the posters taking up for the actions of trashbin Pippa would be doing so it this were about one of President Obama's daughters or Chelsea Clinton.
06:01 PM on 04/17/2012
Think about that a moment. Can you seriously imagine ANYthing like that happening with the Obama girls or Chelsea?

By the way....why didn't you mention the Bush twins?
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04:55 PM on 04/16/2012
Cretina!
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04:50 PM on 04/16/2012
Pointing a gun at someone (real or a close copy) for any reason other than self-defense is criminal assault in the US; a serious charge.

Get the feeling these people feel they are above the law?
08:27 PM on 04/16/2012
Or to drunk and wasted to realize what they were doing.
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09:26 PM on 04/16/2012
Which while driving would be an even bigger problem.
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lioness39
05:00 PM on 04/17/2012
It was certainly a stupid and irresponsible thing to do.
04:31 PM on 04/16/2012
That woman has no class whatsoever.
04:19 PM on 04/17/2012
You've met her, have you?
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deluk
disgusted.
03:55 PM on 04/16/2012
No!! Pippa No!!..
Don't go ghetto...
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hypyrwyf
03:50 PM on 04/16/2012
Ehhh, if there's a costume party, there's a good chance it's not a real gun. That's what investigations are for.
04:01 PM on 04/16/2012
It's still highly irresponsible to point it at anyone in that fashion, even if it is fake.
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henriette and hube
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04:28 PM on 04/16/2012
I had a neighborhood child pointing, not waving, a real looking toy gun at me and I can tell you it was disturbing. I told him that is wasn't a good thing to do and he just let me know it wasn't real and continued to point it at me. In my opinion, children, no adults should point a gun at someone real or unreal.
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tangelan
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04:12 PM on 04/16/2012
Waving a fake gun will get you two years. Did you miss that part of the story?
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hypyrwyf
04:24 PM on 04/16/2012
Nope, did you miss the part about the investigation?