The faithful walk past a Charlie Chaplin who twirls his cane, a Marilyn who shows off her cleavage while blowing kisses and a ranting, Jheri-curled Samuel Jackson (a la "Pulp Fiction") who flashes his Bad Mother F**ker wallet.
Activist Rev. Al Sharpton organized rallies across the United States on Tuesday demanding rap lyricists stop employing the "n-word" and terms degrading to women, urging public divestment from the music industry until it complies.
In 2006, it seemed like denizens of the entertainment world, like visitors to the Twilight Zone, increasingly crossed over into another dimension. They moved to a place where reality means nothing; all that mattered was attention, good or bad.