Whenever we read about the latest celebrity who couldn't manage to get themselves home safe after a long night of partying, we wonder why nobody has thought to create a service to drive their drunk asses home. Seems like common sense, doesn't it? Apparently, Sean Combs, a.k.a. P. Diddy, agrees with us. In an effort to "make sure everyone's partying responsibly," Diddy has decided to launch a car service for celebrities. We feel a little silly even reporting on this, but since celebrities are app
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