And we take that to mean the pistol, not the malt liquor. And god gave her an eating disorder ad she really likes Ron Paul. Oh, why am I telling you this, you can read it all in her own words:
They told me if I lost 20 pounds that they’d sign me. And I was like, wow….And I had, like, an eating disorder in high school for a bit, so it’s like, I think God kind of put me through that to, you know, make me stronger for when situations like that kind of come up and still come up, obviously.
On her early days in LA:
Oh, my God. I lived, like, on a mattress, like, with this crazy girl. We lived in, like, a room with, like, these people’s house and, like, they didn’t allow us to use their kitchen. So we had, like, a little refrigerator. Like, it was really funny. But I mean, at the time…Oh, I had, like, four jobs. I worked for like, coffee shops, waitressing. I did extra jobs.
… on Ron Paul (she tweeted a comment of support) …
Oh, Ron Paul. Yeah….in Iowa. Ron Paul…I was, like, sitting at home with my brother watching Leno. And, you know, he was on Leno, and I was like, man, I was like, I like this dude. I liked him the last time around. I like a lot, you know, he believes in states having their rights, and I think that that’s very important.
And I’ve always been about less government, and so I like him. And that’s – it’s as simple as that, man. That’s all I said. I was like, oh, man, I like Ron Paul. Too bad he’s probably not going to get the nomination, but I, you know, I like him. And then the whole freakin’ world, like, it went into a frenzy.
RAZ: OK, fine. You own nine guns, I read.
CLARKSON: I do, nine.
RAZ: And you sleep with a Colt 45.
RAZ: That’s true?
CLARKSON: Yes. Well, I live alone.
RAZ: I got it. Fair enough, OK.
CLARKSON: So, yeah, I live alone, so I’m not going out like that. I got no chance if some man breaks into my house.
CLARKSON: So, yeah, I have a gun.