Go back to Reply #525.....your reply. The following are your first two paragraphs. "To be fair Mayte wasn't the only person involved in that auction. But since people know about the jewelry box I am now curious about all the other items that were up for auction. To be honest that would change things. Something like that would be worth stopping an auction. Pieces like that have significant meaning. If she had it or some other things like it and she knew its history that is a completely different story." This is not in response to anyone asking you about the jewelry box. You simply began to, cleverly, insinuate that if she took the jewelry box, knowing the story behind it and including it in the auction, that would be sufficient enough reason for Prince to pull it. I'm sorry, but I don't see that your posts about Mayte are as "objective" as you claim. Case in point....the reply in which you ponder whether or not the guardianship would be viewed as an adoption thereby entitling Mayte to petition the courts to be designated an heir! That, my friend, is called because it has been made undeniably clear it was deemed legal guardianship. Nothing more, nothing less. So, now I have a question. Why even go there?
Was there a question somewhere in there? I remain objective. Why people chose to not see it is beyond me. If Denise read threads and chose not to engage here after waiting the 5 days to post it is very understandable. Back then I suggested that she come here. Today, I definitely couldn't recommend it. Because she had destroyed so many things Denise had to collect items from friends and family to write her book. Some people would send pictures for her to sign and she'd make copies. I noticed most of the news paper articles were from Canandian papers. Others had been signed by her when she given it to someone, and had ask for it back when she was started her book. Any other questions? This is my first comment on this thread regarding Mayte auctioning "her" things. #34 Without knowing anything about Mayte this is my first thought… She should sell all the stuff that means so much to so many others, because that “stuff” is rarely, if ever, as important or as precious as those odd particular little items that seemingly hold no monetary value. Those pieces that spark a memory, which no else knows its meaning, which would be auctioned off for pennies, those are the ones you secret away, hold close, those are the ones you keep. It may offend his fans, but in time most will understand the difficulty in living in a constant contradiction of the twilight, cast by the light of a superstar and then his shadow. Even to find his afterglow nonetheless blinding and too overshadowing. Remember at the end of the movie “Notting Hill?” During her press conference, in a room filled with news reporters, due to her celebrity they both knew what would happen the moment they acknowledged their relationship. The hope to trust, a leap of faith and on her promise the life he had known immediately came to an end. She had been through it, was used to it and was prepared for it… but there was no way possible that he was prepared for it. Prince made a similar promise to Mayte. Where her life ended and their life began, or rather where her life became a part, a portion or an extension of his. However, that portion of his life was entrusted as a gifted promise to her. An invitation to freely do with as she pleases… as his friend, as his muse as his wife and as the mother of his child. And now, while still feeling an obligatory burden to continue carrying the many secrets of their private life, she shouldn’t have to burden herself with also carrying material “things.” I’d advise her to give away, lend, lease and or sell everything to those that find equal if not more value in them than she does. Just a thought.
That is contradictory moronic logic not worth an argument. Simply because you are ignorant to a particular matter of law, you accuse me of stirring the pot. Either read the laws and the court decisions, explain why it is impossible for her to have been “informally” adopted base on known laws and then get back to me on telling me my intent.
You are ignorant to my reason for mentioning the jewelry box, and this somehow allows you to assume I meant to point an accusing finger at Mayte, and this warrants your bring up some old thread regarding Denise, and to prove or accuse us of what?
I was ask about the jewelry box because it had been mentioned on PennyPurple’s book thread, with regard to Prince keeping Vanity’s jewelry box but not his own son’s ashes. As a father this not something I wanted promoted.
My initial response was to say, that jewelry box is huge and could not be easily moved, and it should not be used to compare such an issue.
The way that box had been described over the years you’d think it had been built into the floor or a wall of the house.
You assume I hate while revealing your own hate.
You assume each post on this thread is something negative to be attack without first asking for clarity.
This is ignorant. You are danger to yourself and to the people you believe you are protecting for responding in such a thoughtless manner.
In my hate filled clever attack you believe my intent is to make people think Mayte is a thief, saying she took the jewelry box.
Now here is the dilemma it has caused. A person that makes such leaps to believe the worst in people would expect me to gloat over Prince keeping Vanity’s jewelry box over Mayte’s son’s ashes.
When in fact I was attempting to avoid such an equally moronic discussion because of you. To simply provide context and a possible alternative reason for his keeping the box, leaving Denise and their son out of it.
Again, no matter how much I remain objective there will always be rude and ignorant people assuming and accusing instead of forming a question and asking.
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