‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’: Kim’s 5 Surefire Ways to Avoid Reality (Video)
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It could have been a beautiful trip to Hawaii to celebrate Kyle Richards’ hot hubby Mauricio Umansky’s birthday, but this is The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and that’s not how they roll.

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Brandi Glanville had the week off from catfights as the housewives’ evil eyes set their gaze on Kim Richards and her new live-in boyfriend, Ken Blumenfeld. The two behaved as if they were in their own world with a total disregard for the other people on the trip and that doesn’t sit well with the other girls.

Kim has always had a special way of coping with reality, so I thought I’d round up the coping mechanisms she used during the Hawaii trip on Monday’s episode.

1. There’s always another plane. We already know that Kim and airplanes are not friends. That much we learned when Adrienne Maloof invited her to a Sacramento Kings game earlier in the season. But imagine Kim flying from L.A. to Hawaii, which requires boarding two planes? Kim never stood a chan…………… continues on Hollywood Reporter

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L.I. shoplifter who squandered chance for heart transplant has only ‘weeks to live’
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Diane McCloud was released from prison to seek heart transplant, but couldn’t stop smoking and got busted again.

A Long Island woman who lost her chance at a heart transplant when she was jailed for shoplifting has only weeks to live and is asking to be freed before she dies.

Diane McCloud’s lawyer will be in court Tuesday to plead that his client be released into a hospice so she doesn’t spend her final days in lockup.

“Since she’s not eligible for a heart transplant any longer, it’s just for palliative care, so she’s not suffering,” lawyer Leonard Isaacs said Monday.

McCloud’s case is a story of squandered second chances.

The 47-year-old repeat offender was serving a 15-month sentence for shoplifting when Nassau County District Court Judge France Ricigliano freed her in January 2011 so she could seek a heart transplant.

Although she had end-stage heart failure, she didn’t stop smoking — a condition for a transplant. And when Ricigliano found out, he threatened to lock her up again.

The lecture didn’t scare her straight. A month later, in July, McCloud was charged with boosting $ 500 wo…………… continues on New York Daily News

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