Re: Rolling Stone Mag is a disgrace!!
posted at 7/17/2013 6:42 PM EDT
"There is no such thing as bad publicity"
Rolling Stone is really puting that old saying to the test.
Most embarrassingly, As of early afternoon, Rolling Stone had stuck their collective head in the sand and refused to comment about it. Talk about sackless.
Magazines put bad people on covers? Sure they do. I, however, can't recall a magazine puting such a down-right FLATTERING picture of a guy who did something so heinous, SO CLOSE to the act. Usually covers like this, headshots, of criminals are for stories done after they've been in prison for a while. It shows either a broken man, a crazy man, or somewhere in between. This piece of tihs couldn't have asked for a BETTER one!
I don't care WHY he ended up the way he did. He doesn't deserve people to know his story, he doesn't deserve having anyone look at ANYthing he did in ANY kind of positive way!
Why? Because HE, that pretty-boy little fking coward B!TCH robbed an 8 year old of EVER having that chance. Show me THAT LITTLE BOYS FACE ON A MAGAZINE COVER.
I can only hope every single bottom-feeding a s s h o l e at Rolling Stone who had ANY hand in allowing this suffers some personal tragedy, and then has someone shove it in their face mere months later. I'd like to find out an editor has cancer so I could send bottles of bleach and implore him to do his own experimental chemotherapy.
FK you Rolling Stone. People like this don't deserve ANY humanity. He did it to himself. He shows BLATANT disregard for innocent human life, and we're supposed to humanize him?
Also, fk anyone who doesn't have a problem with this cover. Yes, you. To your face. Fk You Too.