The first time I saw a photo of the younger brother of the Boston Marathon Bomber suspects, the one with the "nice hair", I KNEW it would just be a matter of time before a glamorized photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would be on the cover of Rolling Stone. I KNEW IT. Oh God did I ever KNOW IT. Just a matter of time before those
And it came about, this accused murder is now on the cover of the Rolling Stone magazine. Yes, the same magazine that had a popular song written "Cover of Rolling Stone" by Dr. Hook. Yes, THAT magazine.
Now, I'm no prude and I'm first in line for free press and no censorship except in extreme examples like child or animal abuse. Oh sure, I've heard the arguments that "Adolf Hitler was on the cover of Time magazine." Well folks, Time magazine is not the Rolling Stone. Oh, wait a minute. Ah yes, Charles Manson, another murderer with "nice hair" made the cover of Rolling Stone. That doesn't mean it was right to have a glamorized photo of Charlie Boy with the "great hair" on the cover of Rolling Stone just as it is highly offensive to GLAMORIZE "Jahar" as he is affectionately becoming known by his growing stupid assed female followers. Jim Morrison of the Doors, a rock star with great hair is one thing; a murderer with great hair is something else altogether.
Folks, I'll believe that the Rolling Stone's motives in putting "Jahar's" photo on their cover was truly altruistic when they post a photo of Adam Lanza, the murderer of the 20 children and 6 adults at the Sandy Hook elementary school. Here's a tip folks, don't hold your breath waiting for THAT cover photo. Why? Adam
Take your choice Rolling Stone editors.