Micheal Jackson dead or not, whats the big deal he brought it on himself with all of the surgery to change his looks, and i wouldn't have ever trusted him alone with any of my kids. good riddence to bad rubbish.....jimmy
It certainly is an odd day, first Farrah Fawcett and now MJ. In a way I feel bad that the coverage of Farrah -- who fought such a valiant fight against cancer -- is being totally overshadowed by Michael Jackson. I guess both are tragic.
My condolences to his family and friends, and to Farrah Fawcett's family and friends.Michael Jackson was a musical wonder, with dances and videos that moved most of the world. I only ever saw love in his approach to life.
Farrah Fawcett was a wonderful person as well as an actor she was active in many ways to better society. I believe it was a huge loss to the world in one day.
It's pretty near impossible to ignore the MJ coverage. It's dominating the news -- well, it was until Sarah Palin managed to upstage him today.
I've watched a couple of specials and interviews with Michael that really endeared him more to me. He was not only a phenomenal talent, but a very, very loving man who had a lot of scars that just couldn't heal.
I'm really sorry to think his life was foreshortened by drugs. But it's not at all surprising. May he get some peace in death.
My opinion is that Michael Jackson was a kid toucher, bottom line. I loved Jackson's music when I was a kid, but when he started bleaching his skin and wearing shin guards, I realized something wasn't quite right...
As a musician and music lover, I have grappled with an answer to this question since MJ's sad passing, if there ever will be one.To me, good music entertains us. But great music must inspire and fuel passion within us....