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Kumari Fulbright's Facebook: Don't Have Pitty, "My Only Job Is Looking Cute!"

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Law blogger David Lat did a courageous thing today and "poked" the sadistic beauty queen law student Kumari Fulbright on Facebook. Hours later, she poked him back. So brave of him! And so friendly of her!! (To think a neighbor is accusing her of having acted "real impersonal" right before she allegedly went on a biting spree all over her ex-boyfriend's tied-up body.) (He also says she had "lost a lot of weight" in the weeks before the attack. Diets make us vague and cold also!) Anyway, David is not the first intrepid soul to try to contact Fulbright via social networking sites. An AP story filed this morning read:

Fulbright's phone is out of service and her apartment was unoccupied Wednesday, without any furniture. Efforts also were made to contact her through MySpace.com.

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Silly "old media," no one checks MySpace more than two or three times a week these days! Anyway, without further ado, the profile gold:

Activities:"My only job is looking cute!"
Favorite Quotes: "Whoever said money can't buy happiness didn't have enough money." — Kumari Fulbright
"Find a guy who calls you beautiful instead of hot, who calls you back when you hang up on him, who will lie under the stars and listen to your hearbeat [sic], or will stay awake just to watch you sleep... wait for the boy who kisses your forehead, who wants to show you off to the world when you are in sweats, who holds your hand in front of his friends, who thinks you're just as pretty without makeup on, one who is constantly reminding you of how much he cares and how lucky he is to have you. Find the guy that when he's with his friends, points to you and says...that's her." — One Wise Woman

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And then tell him you're going on a little excursion. Don't be scared, it's just a "shower"...

Reflections On The Facebook Profile Of Kumari Fulbright [Above the law]

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@spamanda: Since joining Facebook, I absolutely cannot stand Myspace. I never liked it very much to begin with—the site has always been poorly constructed—and Facebook just looks sleeker (I'm about aesthetics, and don't like being assaulted by obnoxious personalized pages), and the privacy settings and features are more sophisticated. Being a college student, almost everyone I know on campus is on Facebook, and Myspace is barely talked about. It comes down to the personal utility. As far as some people saying Facebook is "harder" to figure out, I really think it's a matter of getting used to. I think it's simpler than Myspace, and I have accounts on both.

And along the Facebook lines, I can't believe that she's allowing her profile to be so open to the media. I don't know how much trouble she's really in, but it seems pretty stupid to not to maintain that kind of privacy.

Also, I find the idea that some dude would "stay awake just to watch you sleep" super creepy.