That's right, for just over $46,000, you can own them.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Well, we don't know what the reserve is. Could be way more than 46k.
So I wonder which Jackson is selling this one off to handle their failed singing career debts.
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Is it just me, or does the 'kid/moon logo' seem creepy?
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I think it's because you can't make out the kid's face. The kid could be almost anyone's kid.
That and the way the kid is leaning into something that is supposed to be convex instead of concave. That moon can't cradle the child, but the illusion is that it is.
and the fuzzy PJ's don't help...
Yep. It's creepy.
I assume it has to do with the kids in their pajamas in Peter Pan flying off to Neverland in the night sky.
I just see the kid as a representation of what MJ thought he looked like (or perhaps what he wished he looked like as a kid/would look like if he was Peter Pan.)
Which on second thought makes it more creepy.
I'm sure some "Wacko" Jacko fan will snap it up. There are people with more bucks than brains out there. They'll buy it just to say they've got it.
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I just saw the same pic of the pj moon kid on a Neverland Ranch map on Ebay. Apparently, it is some kind of Neverland Ranch logo.
It's still not half as creepy as Boobahs, which are giant, colorful, furry, uncircumcised penises, with stubby arms and legs, and faceless, glow in the dark eyed, scaly heads that seem to come out of their necks when the get excited, "enertaining" the world's children by dancing and singing satans melodies...(shiver)
Wow, it closed at $46,100 and reserve was not met.
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