Re: He did have talent
- From: Steve de Mena <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 17:40:34 -0700
Kip Williams wrote:
William Sommerwerck wrote:
I particularly liked his "Phantom of the Operat" nose.
Phantom of the Operating Theater?
Sacks writes of a man who (because of some form of brain damage, if I have this detail right) became convinced that one of his legs wasn't his. It was, in his mind, some kind of horrific intrusion, and he could find no peace with it. In this case, or a similar one, he insisted on its removal and may have finally gotten it.
I wonder if Jackson came to feel that way about his nose.
I think when he became a teenager and wasn't "cute" anymore a lot of people made fun of his big nose and that left a lasting impression on him...
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