It's one thing to avoid works we find offensive, to decide that an Eminem song or "The Killer Inside Me" is not where we're going to throw our money. But what about when the work doesn't directly relate to the messed-up person behind it? When artists do terrible things, are we uniformly obliged to, as Jezebel declared of Gibson Monday, put them on "the Do Not Support List"?
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