Miss Imperial is now a done deal.
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you might have missed over the past year.
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01 May 2007

"Who am I to be blind?"

Sabena Revue 1-1971, Toronto, ON, 29-Apr-07

"And no message
could have been any clearer."

Things I saw in an inflight magazine this evening, as pointed out by PF:

Michael Jackson's inspiration? [See photo above (center mask), first published in 1971.]

Compare! Contrast!

[By the way, the "Contrast" link leads to the original cover of Off the Wall. On the cover of the (relatively) recently released "Special Edition", a new image has replaced the original, effectively hiding the "old" MJ. It's kind of sad, actually.]

TRACK LISTING: Michael Jackson, "Man in the Mirror"

[NOTE: The photo above is a detail from page 87 of the 1-1971 issue of Sabena Revue; this publication, by all accounts, was tied to Sabena Airlines. (Incidentally, the Sabena company also owned a few hotels, including the Hôtel des Mille Collines, which was where Paul Rusesabagina was employed and where he housed his refugees during the Rwandan genocide.) The photo credit, as far as I can tell, is "Bouchez : Couverture", which -- loosely translated -- means "Stop : Cover". I guess I should dig a little deeper for that credit.]

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