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“Story: Kristen Scheurlein left a multi-million-dollar business as a graphic designer to become what she calls The Blanket Lady.”
“That being said, I think Blanket is a beautiful little boy.”
“And so the freak show rolled on, culminating in an all-singing, all-swaying, all-weeping extravaganza in which his children, finally not swathed in blankets (even the one called Blanket) were encouraged to parade their grief.”
“For her birthday Jean got a blanket that is part of a series of stories I've written for her called Blanket Farm.”
“When I was there, his son Prince Michael Jackson II, they call Blanket, greeted us at the door, offered us some candy, a little Lifesaver from the candy dish, and then when he reached out his hand to shake, Michael says no, not that hand, the other hand.”
“The Last-Minute Baby Blanket is on the blocking board.”
“As a result of the documentary — which showed disturbing images of Jackson forcing his children to wear animal masks in public and manically jamming a bottle into the mouth of his crying baby, whom he calls Blanket, while keeping a veil over the infant's face — Santa Barbara district attorney Tom Sneddon was deluged with media inquiries.”
“The estate has also paid for "substantial improvements" to the Neverland ranch in California, and supports Michael's mother Katherine and his three children, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 12 and nine-year-old Prince Michael II, who is known as Blanket.”
“These licenses entitle Blanket to comply with the gold dealing and gold export regulations and to export and market its gold bullion to a refiner of its choice.”
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