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June 25, 2009


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I don't think I cared enough to justify writing anything about it...

Auds at Barking Mad

MJ was never really my thing back in the day (although I've only just TODAY gotten around to blogging about him and Farrah, blah blah blah) but I never denied his immeasurable talent and musical genius. However, I was really gobsmacked watching the tweets, the news, the 'net in general. I don't understand fan worship like this...watching the videos of people absolutely coming undone at concerts and in hysterics. I just don't get it.

The same happened when he died.

Again, those same types of people, people who never knew him, came completely undone. Again, I don't get it.

Suzanne Broughton

I kind of enjoy this kind of thing for some reason. This is the optimal way to watch someone fall apart in my opinion. Easy clean up.

Caution Flag

I'm sorry. Didn't like him then or now. Sorry for three kids, though, for the mess their lives must have been and will continue to be.


Oh dear. I am sorry to say that I didn't really care about MJ, whether he lived or died. I was more just surprised since I'd kind of written him off as a has-been. Now I'd like to resuscitate him so people would quit saying what a wonderful, loving, kind, magical, spiritual, bla bla bla person he was. He was a train wreck! I don't get it.

JD at I Do Things

Poor guy. I have to admit: I was on Twitter too. I felt sorry for the people trying to Tweet non-MJ news.

Cactus Petunia

As I heard the news, I kept thinking how sad it was that Farrah Fawcett would be immediately swept to page 3.

I miss Ed McMahon!


I get the hype. I do. But last night, when every radio station in the tri-state area was playing non-stop Michael Jackson songs and weepy people were calling in to tell their favorite Michael Jackson memory (one woman sobbed ON THE RADIO), I was a little nauseated.

Now If you'll excuse me, I have some Jackson Five to listen to.

Rick's Cafe

Random question for a silly Friday:

McLean wrote the anthem "The Day The Music Died" in the American Pie album honoring the death of a music icon.

Will there be another anthem?

Will it be associated with American Pie the album or American Pie the movie - subtitled? .......


Well, I just clicked that handy dandy picture up there and then went to his profile. His next couple of Tweets only get better. Or wait, do I mean sicker? Yeah, I think that's it.

This one seals it...he needs therapy:

"I never thought I'd ever feel the way I do right now - that I'd deny the real death of a human being. Michael Jackson cannot die, can he?"

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