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Friday, November 02, 2007

Madonna, Julie Burchill And The Good Looking One

I wasn't ever aware I had anything in common with entertainer Madonna Louise Ciccone (aka. Esther Ritchie) or iconoclast Julie Burchill - apart, obviously, from an insufferably large ego - until I visited the Museum of Modern Art on Manhattan's West 53 Street and set eyes on Fernand L├ęger's 1921 masterpiece, "Three Zionists".


I think you can see where the other two get their inspiration from.

1 comment:

Derek Melbourne said...

Two of these chaps have luxury houses and an entourage wherever they go. The other one actually believes all that crap about Israel.