Thursday, August 24, 2006

Preferential Treatment Of "Stars": Too High For The Law To Reach?

Michael Jackson is back in the news again, but this time (for once) the publicity has nothing to do with the mistreatment of children. Apparently, Michael Jackson has monetarily fallen behind with a local art gallery that he hired to frame some of his paintings as well as still owes for the purchasing of dozens of Norman Rockwell prints (all of children at play) and wanted them all framed as well. Since the gallery owner needs to settle the tab, the anonymous business person is considering auctioning off these two enormous mural portraits created by Jackson on eBay. Oddly enough, both paintings are self portraits (go figure); one depicts Michael frolicking with Peter Pan and the other is of him dancing in a rainbow of colors. Although the profits from the proposed sale would not benefit Jackson directly, I'm sure these two paintings would rake in quite a few bucks if auctioned online. When is the public finally going to give up on and ignore this sicko? "King of Pop" my foot ... the man is a walking freak show that harms kids. If he were anyone else, he would be registered on the Megan's Law list ... what else is there to say?


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