Aaaaah. Of course. The Kardashian approach.Knockglock wrote:stratocophic wrote:Credited, but how are those scrubs going to piece together the money to pay lawyers after the show's over?Knockglock wrote:I'd do it. You probably will get some clients out of your castmates. I see lots of legal problems in most of those MTV reality show people's futures .
Idk, some combination of prostitution and attempting tocling to their fame far past their 15 minutes are over; just like most reality tv stars .
Much respec'.imisscollege wrote:love all the posts but i probably won't do it. i just know that i'll throw up in some girl's mouth and have the youtube live in infamy for years to come. i need to grow the eff up. i'm an intelligent guy i love the idea of practicing law i should just sack the fuck up and leave my 19 year old self behind. thoughts? mature decision or one that i'll regret?
How common we talking? If you were the only "celebrity" by that name, correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that you would likely still appear at/near the top of Google searches.imisscollege wrote:okay okay okay I have another question for everybody on the "no" side. What if I have a really really common name? Wouldn't that change my google-ability for the better?