My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 23, The Benefits of Being a Celebrity, Ellen defines a celebrity as a well-known person who is easily recognized. If you do not have sex, you are not necessarily a celebrity. Instead, you are a celibate. Celebrities get to win every argument they are in. When they play scrabble, the letters Q and Z count for twenty points instead of ten. Also, any spelling of any word by a celebrity is allowed. In local, state, and national voting, all celebrity votes are counted twice. Ellen personally never goes anywhere without an entourage of between fifteen to thirty-five people who incessantly compliment her and laugh at all her jokes.

If a celebrity has one lip injected with collagen, they get the second lip free. The sign "No Shoes No Shirt No Service" does not apply to celebrities. If a...

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