Michael Jackson Auction as Allegory for the Economic Crisis

Some of the items in this Michael Jackson auction are horribly undervalued and people are going to get amazing things for a song. I hope I’m one of those people and my wife hopes I am not. I guess the market is the market and what people are willing to pay is the actual value, but this is happening all over now from material goods to homes to companies on the stock market. And now remnants of Michael Jackson’s life.

Michael Jackson Auction as Allegory for the Economic Crisis

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  1. APik says:

    Wow wow, wow. I will have to look through this later. $150 for a platinum sales award? I might like to have that.

    It’s worth noting that MJ had a bunch of body suits, which are spandex shirts that have a connection in the junkular region to keep them pulled down tight. It’s also worth noting that MJ is, ostensibly, a dude.

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