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aden + anais 3 Pack Muslin Washcloths, Hide and Sea
aden + anais Boutique Hide And Sea Washcloth Set- 3 pk75% (8)
Pack of three 100% cotton muslin washcloths. These durable four-layer washcloths are extremely gentle on delicate baby skin, getting softer with each wash. The generous size of each washcloth, 15” x 15", makes bathing quick, soft, and easy, and the attached loop lets you hang the cloth to dry to avoid wet tub-side heaps. These long-lasting and stylish bath time accessories will be the only washcloths you will need right through the toddler years.
Michael Jackson's voodoo curses
LOSING HIS GRIP Does it get more bizarre than it's been getting lately? Apparently, yes. From Michael Jackson's increasingly freakish appearance to his voodoo death spells, to the disturbing revelations in a $21.2 million civil suit against him, the pop star's life has been spinning out of control. Investigating his spiraling debt, his grandiose schemes, and his controversial relationship with children, the author wonders if Jackson is as crazy as he seems—or a cool manipulator of his own fame. VANITY FAIR by Maureen Orth April 2003 ‘David Geffen, be gone! Steven Spielberg, be gone!" The witch doctor cursing Michael Jackson's enemies and blessing the tarnished King of Pop himself in a voodoo ritual in Switzerland in the summer of 2000 had promised that the 25 people on Jackson's enemies list, some of whom had worked with him for years, would soon expire. The voodoo man later assured one close observer of the scene that David Geffen, who headed the list, would die within the week. But Geffen's demise did not come cheap. Jackson had ordered his then business adviser, Myung-Ho Lee, a U.S.-educated Korean lawyer based in Seoul, to wire $150,000 to a bank in Mali for a voodoo chief named Baba, who then had 42 cows ritually sacrificed for the ceremony. Jackson had already undergone a blood bath. The pop star, who is said to be $240 million in debt, had paid six figures for a ritual cleansing using sheep blood to another voodoo doctor and a mysterious Egyptian woman named Samia, who came to him with a letter of greeting from a high-ranking Saudi prince, purportedly Nawaf Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, now the chief of intelligence of Saudi Arabia. She had taken an eager Jackson to her basement in Geneva, where, he later told associates, he saw with his own eyes piles of $100 bills which Samia said totaled $300 million. It was "free money," she said; he could have it, and she could also get him a villa and a yacht. She arranged to have three men fly from Switzerland, at Jackson's expense, to Neverland, his luxurious California ranch, to discuss further deals. When the hex delegation arrived at Neverland, Jackson asked Lee to authorize $1 million in cash to be brought to the ranch. Lee refused, but Jackson obtained the money by other means. Lee found out about it only when a $20,000 bill came for an armored truck. Jackson, in turn, sent Lee to Geneva to check out yet another voodoo doctor, whose specialty was pulling money out of thin air. At the Hotel d'Angleterre, the voodoo man produced a show of sound, lights, and pigeons before leading his visitors one at a time into the bathroom, where the tub was full of cash amounting, he claimed, to $50 million. When they asked where it had come from, he said, "The U.S. Federal Reserve." There was just one catch: all this money would disappear unless Michael Jackson paid thousands of dollars for the blood of a number of fowl and small animals for yet another ritual. The sacrificial animals were already assembled at a location on the French-Swiss border, waiting to die to make Jackson's wishes come true. Lee was horrified and left in disgust. What could possibly be next in the most bizarre celebrity story within memory? Now, two and a half years later, we know: a dangling baby, hysterical claims that Tommy Mottola, the head of his record company, is racist, and a string of lawsuits. In a few years the principal on a $200 million loan Jackson has with the Bank of America will be due. In order to pay that off without selling his most valuable asset, the Beatles song catalogue, he will have to earn about $400 million before taxes, a virtual impossibility. Michael Jackson's career has been taking a steep downward slide ever since 1993, when he was accused of sexually molesting a 13-year-old boy. He paid at least $25 million to settle the civil suit brought by the boy, and barely escaped being arrested. Now 44, Jackson is long past the prime earning age for a pop star, and each album since his record-breaking Thriller in 1982 has cost more to produce and sold fewer copies than the one before. In addition, as his career has stalled, his freak factor has risen. Routinely referred to in the tabloid press as "Wacko Jacko" and characterized in his hometown newspaper as a "dancing personality disorder," Michael Jackson is off the charts. Who has not seen photos or footage of a hyped-up Jackson playing to the crowd in Germany last November by dangerously dangling his squirming nine-month-old son, whose head was covered with a towel, over the balcony railing of his hotel room? No one seems to know where this apparently white baby, Prince Michael II, came from. Four months earlier Jackson had just suddenly appeared, baby on board, at a Siegfried and Roy show in Las Vegas. After the overwhelmingly negative public reaction to the dangling, however, it was clear that he had gone too far. Th50 of 365- photograph, censored
i'm throwing in the towel on the art show. i was going to have a small art show at the local library, but the woman in charge informed me that some of the pictures i wanted to feature were not going to fly with the "conservitive" folks. examples: my bride in the cemetery shoot titled "october's bride," photos of a naked newborn (no butts or private parts showing, mostly side views,) and i was encouraged to instead bring in pictures of mountains and flowers. in fact, she loved my example pictures of mountains and flowers. at first i decided that i could indeed go out and take some nice nature shots and sell the prints. but then i realized that i wasn't taking them for me, i was taking them for...what this lady considered to be "art." landscapes are cool. butterflies are cool and i LOOOOOOVE nature. but i was so bored, and so frustrated, that i wasn't enjoying myself at all with the project. it didn't help that the city of yucaipa put up signs along the blvd with what i'm 99% sure is one of my photos in the background. and it's not so much the fact that they didn't ask my permission, it's the fact that someone totally could have recreated the picture so that they wouldn't have to ask my permission to use the one i took a few years ago and is featured on the city's wikipedia article. none of the pictures i took for the show really reflected "me." nothing jumped out and screamed JESSIE TOOK THIS! it wasn't my style. and had i done it my style, it would have been unacceptable for what the library was looking for at this show. one person suggested that something more jessie-like would be to have a butterfly land on a bottle of whiskey. awesome, right? but for one thing, i can't control butterflies any more than i can control the stupid ass people in this town who are offended by baby side butt, and two, a picture with alcohol in it would have made the masses cringe. maybe it's not so much the masses as it is just this lady though, i don't know. the stuff i would feature at an art show? not only the cemetery bride, not only naked rey in the woods, but those awesome pictures i took of my niece falling down the stairs holding a bottle of cheap whiskey while wearing a bloody alice in wonderland costume. i dont know what art is to everyone. i dont know what offends small towns or librarians or both, but i know what i like to do and what makes me happy. i've decided not to go through with doing an art show until i can find a venue where i can feature what i want to feature. now...may i borrow your front lobby and/or coffee shop?
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