|Posted: September 29, 2010, 1:07 pm - IP Logged|
Remaining anonymous is always an option. There are blind trusts, LLCs, etc.
Unfortunately, thanks to shows like Jon and Kate plus 8, Jersey Shore, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars and other such drivel on tv many people in American Society think becoming famous and turning into a celebrity is a value of the highest magnitude. Thankfully many people on this forum seem to know better.
I used to not worry about remaining anonymous upon winning a jackpot but after seeing some of the horror stories lately, I may change my mind. I think Ms. Fearon, being employed in a prison should have definitely attempted to maintain her anonymity. Given her circumstances, I bet the Lottery and State would have accomodated her to some degree.
There is a method to the madness on television.
And it's in league and lockstep with the aims and agenda of a certain political movement.
The breakdown of morals and values is a key ingredient to their movement, and it's drubbing harangue is no mere happenstance.
I've never seen one episode of any of those shows you mentioned and somehow I don't feel like I've missed anything.
"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"