(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Michael Pollack in various capacities)
By Lauren Loftus | Phoenix
In his famous collection of children’s poetry Where the Sidewalk Ends, late author Shel Silverstein writes of a fellow who collects bits of string, dolls with broken heads, copper keys that fit no locks, airplane models and broken bottles. Hector the Collector “loved these things with all his soul… loved them more than glistenin’ gold.” But when Hector invites people to share his treasure, “all the silly sightless people came and looked… and called it junk.”
One man’s trash, right?