First picture of Pax Thien Jolie, but on this blog no moreMarch 16, 2007 at 12:38 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
Tags: Adoption, Celebrity, Children, Names
You’ll have to Google the images yourself, as Time Inc. asked me to remove the IMAGE LINK FROM AND TO THEIR WEBSITE. Quite stupid of them if you think of the amount of traffic that generated and at particularly low costs. In theory, it’s questionable, whether_they_have the rights to Pax’s picture. Does being adopted by a celebrity automatically mean that you lose the rights to your picture? If anybody threatened anyone here, that should be publishers who snatch away a child’s privacy at such a young age. What I wrote was:
Makes you wonder whether being puffy-lipped is a must be for an adoptive child to be added to the Jolie-Pitt brood.
I also wonder why it is so difficult for celebrities to give their children an inconspicuous name (did you know that children with odd names are more likely to develop a neurosis than the Johns and Helens out there?) – or why they cannot just leave the names the way they are, if it’s an adoptive child. Why should Pax better than Pham, or Thien better than Quang?
Let’s hope that Pax is not going to be called Pox one day by one of his playmates.
No more links to any TIME Inc. owned celebrity sites who don’t know f*** about the working of the web.