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USPS Ordered to Pay $3.5 Million After Putting Artist's Weird 'Sexier' Lady Liberty on Stamps


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The US Postal Service will have to pay a sculptor who recreated the Statue of Liberty for a New York-themed Las Vegas hotel over $3.5 million after it used his version instead of its much more famous predecessor on Lady Liberty-themed stamps.

 

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Artist Robert S. Davidson’s half-size replica of the Statue of Liberty at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

 

The US Postal Service will have to pay a sculptor who recreated the Statue of Liberty for a New York-themed Las Vegas hotel over $3.5 million after it used his version instead of its much more famous predecessor on Lady Liberty-themed stamps.

 

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Yeah, some thing happens in Vegas and you see some thing somewhere else nine months later

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USPS might have found their own artwork  to freshen up its Statue of Liberty line. They could have made a series with the faces of main US lady artists (or politicans?) who had  made somehow a contribution to American culture and progress. the list could have been selected by a jury and popular vote, and of course, counting with the consent of the subjet of the "honor" because, for personal reasons, maybe some of those ladies might not have been too happy with the idea. Now, how would you feel with a Liberty stamp with the face of Madonna, Shirley Temple, Hillary Clinton, Sara Palin, Nancy Pelosi or ...Nikky Haley?

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On 7/3/2018 at 12:47 AM, Jogs said:

Yeah, some thing happens in Vegas and you see some thing somewhere else nine months later

 

jajajaa Exactly, and then it gets pay XD !!

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