by Margaret Grey
People waiting "on line" (I used that term before anyone else did here in America) for the new iPhone 4 in Los Angeles were treated to the sight of an Apple Store employee escorting Justin Bateman inside when he spotted Mr. Bateman way, way back in line and realized that wouldn't do. But then, shockingly, those very same people who got to see Jackson Bateman escorted inside without even being charged, apparently booed Mr. Bateman as he exited the store. Oh My Good Gorgeous God! (OMGGG) If they knew who he was, this means they knew he was an actor that they were seeing in the flesh and yet they didn't want his autograph and they let him know they didn't like him. Has the world gone mad? Such activity might be expected from studio executives or other famous people who couldn't care (quotiong Ian McShane in 'Sexy Beast') "one infintesimal fack!" But for regular people who are no one in particular and who could lay for days in the street before medical assistance is summoned to boo a Josh Bateman, you want to be sick.