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Date: June 27, 2008
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Given the same situation as stated above, if the general occupancy of the room were asked to name notorious criminals there would be names mentioned such as "David Berkowitz" (Son of Sam) or "Timothy McVeigh" (Oklahoma City Bombings). These people are can by no means be considered role-models, nor would products branded with their insignias sell well...
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However, each of these people are well known for their notoriety and commands a great level of media attention themselves. By commanding this great deal of attention of the public's eye, would these people not fall under the category of a celebrity? No doubt they are someone who has generated a completely negative view in the media, nonetheless the definition of celebrity: "the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed" befits these individuals also...
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