Thursday, June 25, 2009
'King of Pop' memories

iReport is fast filling up with sweet tributes and memories of Michael Jackson as a pop icon. We're hearing tales from around the world of white-gloved childhoods, first records and never-forget concerts.  It's late, but we can't end the night without a quick list of a few of our favorite conversations this evening:


Nicole: Diana Dawn DiAngelo of Sonoma, California, got the chance to go to the annual Lucasfilm Picnic at Skywalker Ranch with her sister in the mid-1980s, which is pretty awesome by itself because George Lucas would attend. But Michael Jackson was also there because of the Captain EO 3-D film at Disneyland. She got to gush over him as he signed an autograph in her Lucasfilm Yearbook. Later, she was charmed by the fact that he said hello to her again while riding around on a fire truck.


Tyson: Great chats tonight with Rany Ibrahim from Novia Scotia, who remembers doing the moon walk with his friends growing up in Egypt and Rajiim Gross from Kentucky, who says he was the first kid in school to wear the red "Beat It" jacket, and once wrote Michael Jackson asking his hero to play his parent's wedding anniversary, and got a response from Michael wishing his mom and dad congratulations.


Lila: Oh boy. I just got off the phone with Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens, who shared these completely adorable photos of his 9-year-old, completely Michael Jackson-obsessed self with a glitter glove birthday cake. It was the same year he'd won a pair of tickets to see Jackson at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado, and cried his way through the concert. Awww.


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June 25, 2009
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Michael Jackson was just trying to save himself.  If you think about it, we killed him.  We pushed him to his limit.

June 25, 2009
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Im so so sad - Michael Jackson was a GOD for the music, he was a God for a lot of people, I hope you are in peace now Michael and I hope the world, will let you saty in peace now. All the people who (plat) you in your life, Im sure there will burn in hell, as you cellebrate the heaven. . GOD BLESS you Michael - and please the world - let the kids of Michael Jackson alone, let them heal the lost of there fantatic father in peace.

June 25, 2009
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Its so sad that people especially some greedy ones never left him alone and he suffered so much alone. Its good to see that people now are atleast paying him respect that he deserved all his life. He will be missed. Its really sad. R.I.P MJ

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson was one of the "greatest music producers" ever, his songs were phenomenal and so inspiring with great beats, excellent words, vibrant dances, and tremendous creativity.  I want a "white glove" as a memento in memory of "his greatness".  May he rest in peace, he was "one of my most favorite singers of all time".  God bless his family and the world!

June 26, 2009
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After spending about 24 hours traveling through five countries - from Turkey to the US - and not having kept up with US media after 3 weeks of traveling, I was greeted with the news of Michael Jackson's death shortly after coming home to New York. In shock, and searching the Internet for media reports, a friend called me to confirm the news. In the background, I heard her 5 1/2-year-old daughter Anais yelling, "They should have left him alone. Mommy, why didn't they leave him alone." ... Five-and-a-half years old ... from the mouth of babes, indeed. I knelt down and cried. ...


I can't begin to describe what Michael Jackson means to a 33-year-old woman of color. So many bookmark moments. So many memories. So many reflections. A young black man who became a man-child - and the repercussions of his success.


He is an icon. A trendsetter. An innovator. An artist. A misunderstood ... perhaps, never fully understood, young man who carried so much history, pain, talent and beauty on his shoulders.


Despite the media controversies, rumors and constant scrutiny, he remained a stoic model of one archetype of the black male in America. ... I will remember him as such. ... Not the King of Pop ... not the performer ... not the recording artist ... but the humanitarian ... the human ... the man .. the child - which he never was allowed to be ... and more importantly, the black male child, who became a black man ... in the form only he knew to become.


To Michael ...



June 26, 2009
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    My wife ask me,why are they makeing such a big deal about Michaels death. I told her,that he was like Elvis. He was just as big as him are if not bigger than Elvis. He was loved around the whole world. Nobody will ever be as big as Michael and Elvis. They made what music is today. I will miss you Michael and will never stop listing to your music. God Bless your sole and may you rest in peace.   love Russell Harper from Mississippi

June 26, 2009
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My sisters and I taught ourselves how to sing and dance watching the Jackson Five! We were born in 56, 57 and 58 and are Irish Catholics from the suburbs of Boston. His music will be with us for the rest of our lives. He absolutely helped bridge the gap between black and white.

The industry is responsible for exploiting this gift from God.


June 26, 2009
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It´s a BIG lost.. I can´t believe this.. I only know that that AMAZING STAR named "Michael Jackson" Will live FOREVER!!!.. We Love U Michael!

June 26, 2009
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Strong sense of reality forms when music of your generation dies.... Feeling shock at the news of Michael Jackson - Niki, Taipei, Taiwan.

June 26, 2009
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Once again the media is going to glorify the death of another entertainer.  He created music for a living.  I worked with 1000's of people in a very large hospital that save lives everyday (trauma surgeons,nurses ect...)  We will never hear anything about these people who truly are a positive influence and make a diference in this life.  Over 4000 deaths in Iraq.  Why is his death so glorified when our soldiers pay the ultimate price and die for our country and we never hear a word about them or their family. He and his family should be prayed for like everyone else.  This is all ridiculous.  He did some horrific things in his life.  Would anyone want their kids to model their life after him.  I don't think so.  He sang for a living he did not cure cancer. 


June 26, 2009
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My heart is heavy because of the loss of Michael Jackson.  I never believed that he would harm a fly.  He was different yes, genius....yes, but never a predator.  I am 28 years old and I have heard his music since I was in the womb.  We all have a kinship with him through his music no matter the age, race, or background.  Today we lost more than an entertainer.  We lost a brother.

June 26, 2009
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No one knows that he molested anyone.  And the reason he is getting so much airtime right now is because EVERYONE IN THE WORLD has lived, loved, cried, laughed, and been scared by his musical genius.  He is getting the respect he deserves and so does the corageous, and skilled people that saves the lives of people we care about.  Besides everyone has done something horrible or bad in their life.  That makes him human.  But I frankly don't believe that he would harm a fly.

June 26, 2009
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Remembering The Times of


You can always count on me   

      I remember during the Jackson 5 hey days, my family and I moved to Gary, Indiana.  My father became the managing editor of the local newspaper, The Post-Tribune. Before I left Tulsa, my fellow elementary classmates at William Penn were more excited than I.   Going to the hometown of the Jackson 5, Gary, Indiana! That was big news then.  "I bet you will be going to school with Michael Jackson!" they would say. However, when we got there, the Jacksons just left Gary. But while we settled in Steele Town, Michael and his family would come to visit their family members here in Tulsa.

     While attending Kennedy-King Middle School, a suburb in Gary called Miller, my new schoolmates and I, would bring our favorite records to dance to on lunch hours in Ms. Mabel Bianchi's classroom.  With afro puffs, bell bottom jeans and platform shoes, the latest dances were being showcased.  "The Bump and the "Funky Robot" were the perfect dances to the music of their local heroes, The Jackson 5.  I brought my local hero's album with me for the occasion, The GAP Band!  It was called the Magician’s Holiday produced by Leon Russell, who wrote hit songs like "Lady Blue" and "This Masquerade," made famous by jazz guitarist George Benson.  When it was my turn to play my record I carefully placed the needle on my favorite track, “You Can Always Count On Me,” sung by Charlie Wilson.  The whole class stood still as I smiled with glee while listening to my homeboys.  Next thing I knew my record had a deep scratch as it was pulled off the turntable.  "Good,” somebody yelled out. “Put the Jackson 5's "Dancing Machine" back on!

    In retrospect how could these Tulsa boys keep up with the kids from Gary in their own hometown? Neither GAP Band nor I stood a chance at that school, on that day.

      So, I did not get to meet the Jacksons until Tito came to Tulsa nearly 30 years later.  I had interviewed him for The Oklahoma Eagle. I asked Tito was he aware of his family's connection to the Greenwood story. He said "Oh yes, The Black Wall Street, we all are aware of what had happen," Tito would said. I was so glad that I had asked him that question, and felt a much stronger connection to the family of icons.

  The passing of the King of Pop is not the end of an era, but the begining of a world-wide legend for many generations yet to come.

Kavin Ross


June 26, 2009
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Got the news this morning and was in shock and sad. Most Cambodian's people knew him well and pay a tribute to him.

June 26, 2009
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Rest in peace Michael, I love you!

June 26, 2009
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Hello from Austria. It is 6:50AM here and Austria is just waking up. Mr. Jackson's death is the news here and we are in shock and mourning for the KIng of Pop. It will take some time for all of us to realize that God loved him more than we can imagine and therefore decided to invite him to his world.

Mr. Jackson, you made an impact in everybody's life and left wonderful prints, and a beautiful heritage. We will always remember you! Rest In Peace.

June 26, 2009
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I hate hearing all of the crap that people want to think killed Michael Jackson. A cardiac arrest is a cardiac arrest. I am a survivor of a caridac arrest at 40 years old.I am now 44 and I have 5 kids. I foung out that when my mother died in 1981 that she also died of a cardiac arrest. What I have (pronged QT is genetic) I am fighting for testing to see if my children have it and that is my concern with Michael's could be many of inherited things that could effect his children. I pray for you and your family. Karen Barnes

June 26, 2009
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Your gift to the world is as big as the stars in the sky and you gave the light of your star for all to see and enjoy.  I am so thankful for your gift it carries an eternity of memories, pleasure and expectations of high standards for all other performers.  My sadness can only be mitigated by listening to my Michael Jackson collection of music. 

I watched you grow up, and while we were only ten years apart I felt you growing up with me as a younger brother.  I loved you, your family and your music.  Because you gave so freely, you made your mark that will be remembered until the end of time.  Rest in peace, knowing that you gave us all much to live with.



June 26, 2009
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Am still in shock over this. I remember as a little girl trying to do the moon Funny times. I would never think that he would be gone at such a young age. We must all learn from this and take care of our bodies as much as possible. As I drove to work tears streamed down my face as I heard some of Mike music. "Man in the mirror" is my favorite. Michael you will be missed. Rest in peace-


much love serriafv

June 26, 2009
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My heart aches at the death of Michael Jackson. Never again will a musician be such a skilled performer, lyricist, producer and voice. He was multidimensional beyond believability and had universal appeal. He brought compassion into his craft. I felt a personal affiliation towards him and as a litle girl told people that I was to marry him :)I'm glad I attended his concert in South Africa in 1997. I feel like I've lost someone dear to me. To those who were not awed by his magnificence, I really believe you had your eyes and ears sealed. We were blessed to have seen it firsthand. God Bless Michael!!!

June 26, 2009
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I truly grew up with Michael I saw him for the first time on the Ed Sullivan show, I was about six years old and fell in love with him and his music. Only Michael and his God know his true story and I for one will not speculate on that. I hope he is in a better place. My tribute to Michael is this; You Rocked My World, you gave me Butterflies, tonight All I Do Is Think About You,  I Will Remember The Times your music moved me, I will strive to better The Man in Mirror I see each day, and because I Never Can Say Goodbye I will simply say REST IN PEACE.

June 26, 2009
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Hey Larry first off, I love and watch you all the time.

Michael Jackson was an amazing person and a huge inspiration to a lot of people, he had no age group,no race, no shape,size,or form that he tried to reach out to with music,His music was for everyone and musicians now a days aren't like that. He was a great person and a huge inspiration and he will be missed dearly. I hope we all take to things he was trying to teach us. rest in peace Michael we love you!!!

June 26, 2009
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Michael was a real international superstar. On the opposite end of the globe, in India, I and my cousins grew up listening to Michael, trying out the moonwalk and breakdance! I even read his biography. In some ways, these links on youtube are a tribute to him: Prisoners in Phillipines re-enacting the thriller video (healing the world, truly):

June 26, 2009
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What more can be said.

He will be missed.


Kimberly .C

June 26, 2009
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June 26, 2009
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Michael was THE most influential figure the world will ever  stumble upon. He has not only changed the way we listen to music but our lives along with it; at least for the fans. I grew up watching MJ and every one of those times I felt the shiver threw my body with the Moonwalks and the gravity defying moves he did. Through my ups and downs, his music has been the remedy to it all. Even though he is dead in person now but as a legacy, as a history, as an artist, as the king.....he will always be alive among us. I pay my deepest respect to him for the changes that he brought upon this world and with my deepest condolesences, I must say that the king has departed.

June 26, 2009
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I was always proud to share my birthday with the great Michael Jackson we were born on the same day Aug 29 1958 and at age 50 i cant imagine passing away, we are still young at heart at this age. My heart goes out to his family he will be missed and as I do every birthday I will remember you Michael.

June 26, 2009
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I like many many others grew up listening,admiring,inspired, and loving Michael Jackson! I really wish that everyone including the Media would stop bringing up the negative! Mainly because he was never proven or admitted to doing anything wrong! If he is guilty of any wrong doing, Only God has the right to judge him! Some of the people who have bad to say about him are some of the same people that are guilty of wrong doing! So please let's remember him for the good like " We Are The World", and " Man In The Mirror"! What we know for sure about him is that he was a good man, who probably hurt a lot! Let's give him the peace in death that we didn't give him life! My prayers are with his family and I mourn with them as well as for them! May God bless his soul and his family!



Tamara Henry

Tulsa, Oklahoma

June 26, 2009
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Hi I am 12 years old. I am from Malaysia. My sister and I grew up listening to my mum and dad talk about Michael Jackson. They have his albums and his songs were always playing at home. I've never seen a singer/dancer like him before. My parents were lucky to have seen him in concert when he came to Kuala Lumpur. I have always dreamed of seeing him in concert. My whole family is very sad as if they have lost a member of the family.




June 26, 2009
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He was for my generation and many others to follow the epitome of what talent and an all inspiring musician is that possesses a quality that transcends across all cultures, races and ethnic backgrounds. May he find the peace he sought in life with his God and his children and family find comfort in each other during this time and in the coming years. We as a world have lost an icon but we must remember a family has lost a son, brother and father. Go in piece our friend.


Kristen E. Libby, BSW


June 26, 2009
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My daughter sang Heel The World. One of his many, many

great songs he wrote for us to sing and enjoy. May God rest his soul. For his family, RESPECT their wishes. Let

him rest in peace. He was a great person and helped others then himself.  We should learn from him. <3

June 26, 2009
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June 26, 2009
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Micheal Jackson was just a small child himself when he started in this business.  Just imagine for a moment of never having a childhood, no make believe, no cartoons, no friends to play games with and finally knowone his age to share all those kid moments that we have all shared.  On top of all of this abuse suffered from the only person that is suppose to love you unconditional and nuture you through the childhood which again he never ever had.  The pain and longing for that would be incrediable to bare and the feeling that all he is left is to get some feeling of love from his fans which he was forced to give up what he longed for.

He may of been child like but how would he know he never had one. Micheal rest now the pain is gone and you will always be the king.  Thank you for the wonderful music and emotion you shared with us so that we have enjoyment even know you were in so much pain.  My heart goes out to the family. God Bless you and now you truly are free.

June 26, 2009
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You've been a token to the Music Industry and a Great Loss to all your fans!!!! You were loved by so Many! So happy that my little girl at age 3 was able to love one of your songs while you were still part of our lives, ABC, 123 is what she sings along too and sings it so well!



R. I. P King of POP



Michele G



June 26, 2009
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Micheal was a music icon and will always be remembered for it, it's just sad to see him go and everyone who keeps bringing up the bad in his life. He is gone now and we need to remember the good and how he changed musical history not his court hearings and any of his other down falls.


In remembering him in my past I watched him on MTV the entire time I grew up.  His music video Leave me Alone will always be one I remember.


Also I don't know if a lot of people know this but I also remember a video game inspired by him on nintendo. Just shows how much of an Icon he was and How he will always be remember as a god of the music industry


The Jackson family is in our thoughts and prayers


WE WILL MISS YOU Micheal Rest In Peace




June 26, 2009
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My dear beloved Michael

I relate to him a lot because I had a very lonely and sad childhood,I was a poor fat and ugly teenage girl back in the days with no hope in life and a corupted family , his words and his personality moved me and influenced me like Jesus , I owe who I am today to him, I owe knowing English to him

there is not a single person who does not know who much I respect him and adore him

I never has the opportunity like other teenagers at my age to buy any of his ticeket to see him alive and that breaks my heart today to know that he is not physically among us anymore

I love you much Micael that words can not describe the desperation and saddness that I am feeling right now as I am typing these words

Rest IN Peace my beloved Michael

June 26, 2009
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All my sympathy and prayers to u and ur loved ones.Especially to ur kids.They r going thru some bad and sad times,but should know u r in a better place now.

You made our life so rich with ur presence in ur music.Im glad u followed me thru the past almost 30years with ur music.I still sometimes remember the concert here in Berlin at the Reichstag,i loved it.

God is with u.Now u get peace.I will never forget u.Been blessed.


                Always in our hearts and our minds



June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson was true musical royalty, a celebrity's celebrity, unparalleled in talent with awe-inspiring creativity and a true genius. As of the most iconic and powerful figures in the world, he will always be remembered the greatest musical artists ever. Through the power of his music he transcended all boundaries like no other. Love U

June 26, 2009
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MJ embrassed his fans through his music, that's why he has such a connection with the world. He will never be forgotten so let us celebrate his life.

June 26, 2009
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June 26, 2009
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i have been numb since the news this giant of a man has impacted my life in so many ways i write songs solely on the fact that he said its a medium through which he expressed himself truly. May the Gods grant him his wish of simply been able to play free from the vipers that seek to poison him. He has left a rich legacy and a blessing i pray his children will peaceably and proudly inherit. He was larger than life but a man none the less he must have made mistakes to mankind i plea lets celebrate the LEGEND!!!!   

June 26, 2009
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men its really sad to loose an icon so fast but alwyas has a reason to keep inspiring legends close to him jaqcko will always be remembered as great legend and real warrior king of pop he was big hearted and cool R.I.P JACKO 

June 26, 2009
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I love Michael and always have.  I don't know about this stuff he was accused of - i just hope nothing was true.  Right now, I am sad at losing this great entertainer.



Michael, I hope that God has welcomed you into His kingdom and I hope you dance before the Lord like David danced for him - much like you danced for us.



I am sorry your life was filled with so much pain.


June 26, 2009
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wow,its so strange to hear all  of this, im fairly young so when my older cousins  went to an mj concert i  couldnt go, but i remember they brought me home the famous  red leather suit doll,and when my cousin outgrew her concert thriller sweatshirt i inherited it,it loved it so much if mom would  have let me i would  have worn it everyday

lacey,fullerton , california

June 26, 2009
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I am 51 years old and when I was a child I was being abused everyday and many times I was considering suicide but Michael Jackson got me through all those abusive years, Inever told anyone what I was going through because I did not want my brothers and sole sister seperated into the foster system. I know what a abuser looks like and I never believed the alligations. I have always loved Michael and his brothers, Janet, and I never stoped loving them and loved Michael so much more. I am so very sad that we lost him, how can those around him allow this to happen. There will never be anyone like him again. Now, Michael has peace but Michael is not resting now because Michael is now dancing and entertaining in heaven for God,Jesus...Elvis,James Brown,Ray Charles,Marvin and so many others in heaven. Heaven is Michael's stage now. I know some day I will see Michael again up there. Michael was a good man, a kingdred spirit who loved everyone and who everyone around the world also loved. I believe the press killed him and all those who turned on him. I never gave up on him. It will take some time for me to over come his lose.

I will always love him and feel for his family and kids.

This should have never happened. Those around him should have prevented this. Michael was a very good soul. Michael really touched my heart. This is so very sad.

June 26, 2009
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He will be missed, he defined the 80's. If the promoters in Europe are so concerned about their loses of the tour, they should work really hard at turning it into a Tribute Tour and get a great line up together, then everyone wins!

June 26, 2009
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I born on 1986 and i grew up with the music of MJ, is a very very big lost for the music industry, not for pop alone, because Michael Jackson makes a revolution on the way of dance and he makes a new kind of rithm. We gonna miss Mr Jackson, not for the scandals, just for his music and his cares about humanity.

June 26, 2009
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I have always considered myself a cnn fan...But when your station aired pics. of mj being intubated while family members mourned, not to mention the story of his personal problems in life, instead of a celebration of what he has contributed to the world as a human being... you showed your true journalistic inhumaneness...we all know what he has been reported as doing in the court systems, and its really not new news nor do we care to embrace upon this mans death...SHAME ON YOU  for ugly journalism.

June 26, 2009
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I am so lost for words right now. I am in complete shock. When I got up this morning in Texas I was hoping and praying that I had been dreaming since wenesday night, but when I woke I got up this morning I realized that I wasn't dreaming!! It was true, my childhood idol Michael Joseph Jackson was really gone. I am in disbelief because I just can't come to terms, he's really gone. My heart is breaking and my body is numb. How is the world to believe the greatest entertainer in the world has left us to be with our Lord. My prayers go out to the entire Jackson family and friends. My love for Michael J Jackson will be an everlasting love, like no other. I love you Michael and miss you dearly.

June 26, 2009
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i'm so lonely for the death of Michael jackson,he is God's Gift to us to entertain us with his good music...i love michael jackson....

June 26, 2009
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We have lost a master, let's not lose the lesson.  Many things can be said about this man, but one thing that must be said is that he always gave his all, to his fans and to the music community all over the world.  


He was on the verge of comeback and was working feverishly to remedy his financial woes.   From all the artists that watched him, learned from him and idolized him, I would like to see them come together and perform in his honor (tribute to his music) at his already schedules concerts so the money can go to his estate and to raising his children that he loved with all his heart.  He has given us so much over the years, it our turn to give back to him.     If all the celebrities that loved his so much would give one day (each concert could be a different set of celebrities to work around their schedules) we could let him know how much in life and in death he influenced us. 


June 26, 2009

I am in shock. Unreal. You will be missed Michael!

June 26, 2009
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just knowing that michael jackson died made me sad, my whole country felt sad, suddenly all politics were forgotten and the king of pop took the spot light for one last time.some radio stations and tv music channels are broadcasting nothing but the kings music ... Its truly the end of an era, we ll probably never see someone rise so high and its up to us to let future generations know that a mega star like michael jackson existed. R.I.P king    

June 26, 2009
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June 26, 2009
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I feel he was my brother my best friend, I have lost something , something that I will never ever foget till I die, I will carry his legacy to my children and theire children…I have lost a piece of my soul….He is bigger than Elvis and his music will always live forever. At the age of 5 I became familiar with him and his music…He was and will always be my IDOL. I love you michael I never had a chance to say hi or even say goodbye….Love you and you will always be loved…I just wished that the world would appriaciate you more when you still were alive and I really wished that people would give you more credit for what you have created when you were still alive !!!! RIP I hope you are at peace now, because when you were alive it seemed you were very unhappy person. You will always be in my thoughts and heart forever !!!!

June 26, 2009
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I agree (the people who hated him) have killed him with theire pressure.....there was a lot of pressure on him....

June 26, 2009
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June 26, 2009
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Music has no meaning without michael jackson anymore RIP you are truley unique Michael and you will always be in my heart. I have been crying for the last 24 hours....and I Can't stop crying. I am so lost without you being here with us in this world !!!! I am speechless. My dream was to meet him one day !!!! Today and yesterday are the most sadess day of my life, I have lost a part of me....THERE WILL BE NO ONE LIKE YOU ANYMORE....

My condolence to the JACKSON family !!! My heart goes to michaels mother ....

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson : when all else was crumbling around me in the early 80's your music was my stronghold my escape from misunderstanding your departure from this world means to me that you went back home that is to heaven to join the pure of heart,the angels.To me  you were an angel Michael Jackson.I will never forget you as long as I live.

June 26, 2009
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Last night I just couldn't sleep, I have lost one of my family members. He was my family even though he did not know me !!!!

June 26, 2009
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Did he really converted to islam last year?

June 26, 2009
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im devastated!one of my dreams was to see him preform. one thing for sure is that no matter what color he was or what religion he was , he touched the lives of millions and he will always be remembred and passed on to generations. And im very happy that before he left he got the chance to see how much the world still and will always love him and he will always be a RECORD BREAKER,,,rest in piece king of pop.. egypt

June 26, 2009
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I am utterly shocked of the news. At first i couldn't believe it. What Frustrates me is that no one saw Michael Jackson for his talent, they saw him for his personal life. It's no ones business knowing what happens a person's life. The press caused Michael to die. They criticized his mistakes through life. Michael was a helpless soul. He was very stressed out from concerts and more. Michael Jackson is a "Thriller" and it doesn't matter if he's "Black or White". He will always "Rock my World" forever. He is in my heart and no one can take him out of me. Michael Jackson is my inspiration and a talented person. Even though he is dead "Thriller" will always be there to haunt him. May you rest in peace Michael Joesph Jackson. R.I.P

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson was a child prodigy, a genius living among us.

I remember the 1st time I saw Michael on TV and cannot remember a time when he was not a part of my life after that day. Across the globe he was revered. He was a once in a lifetime person, who I feel priviledged to have shared my lifetime with.

Michael Jackson was also misunderstood and a victim of his own success.

Michael - we love you and thank you for a lifetime of memories. You will never truly die as you will live on in our hearts and in your music forever.


My heartfelt condolences to his family. May God Bless you and your children and keep you in his loving protection forever.

June 26, 2009
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Man, your such an touched every single person on earth yesterday with the news of your death....everyone remembers have something to relate to with your music, videos, or will be forever missed but at the same time remembered.., your music lives God u were such a blessing to music industry....RIP MJ

June 26, 2009
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He just wanted to prove to people that life doesn't always have to lead to regret...That a Childhood should be the best moment of a person's life...a moment of Freedom & LOVE, & that's all he wanted...†

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson sang into our hearts.He sang into the lives of others. We love you!! May you be blessed with a not at all lonely but happy life up  there in glorious heaven.

June 26, 2009
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I am truly at a loss for words. I love you Michael Jackson...forever!

June 26, 2009
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Less Michael and more weather girl!!!! As Michael would say, EW!! SHAMON!!! She's hottt!!! Watch out BVD!!!

June 26, 2009
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My heart is broken!! It's so sad that Michael has died so young.  I stood in shock when I heard the news and hoped and prayed that there would be a follow up saying that he was okay and would be alright. 

June 26, 2009
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No one can ever take away what he has done, for the world through his music. He was a child at heart. However, that is something that is needed to change the world in a child's perspective without the corruption. He will never die his loyalty will live on. He was the King of Pop. He opened doors for many singer of my generation. No one will ever exceed him in music, performance, and heart.

June 26, 2009
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I was lucky enough to meet Michael Jackson in 1984 wen I was 1. I spent an amazing week with him, Quincy Jones an his two daughters, Kidada and Rashida and Steven Spielberg.

We had fun all week playing freeze tag in the dark, Michael making crank clls tour oom atnight, witing notes to eachother, and making "movies" with Steven Spielberg. I have many wonderfulmemois, and photos, but I don't have any of these photos online (no digital in 1984!)

June 26, 2009
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I liked him at first but through the years found out what he was. I am sorry he die the way he did but people need to stop calling him the new Elvis. He is no where near that level. Elvis was never in court over touching kids improper. But i am sorry for his family's loss.

June 26, 2009
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A tribute to Michael


Today is the day

when a Thriller comes true!

I can’t help it; I guess it is in the Human Nature

to grief a fallen star


I want you back,

you said that Heaven could wait,

so why did you Leave me alone.

Of course I understand that you Got to be there,

but still I want you back


I remember the time when

you used to Burn the discos out

I remember the time when you

always Started something

I will always remember your music


Your songs have taught me a lot of things

You taught me, Don’t stop till you get enough

You taught me ABC

and you taught me to Keep the faith


You were such a PYT,

a Speed demon on the stage,

a master of music and I will never forget

The way you make me feel


I stand here like Someone in the dark and cry

Cry because you have left this world behind

Turned into a Ghost

and make a whole world wanna’ Scream


The world are feeling Bad, 2 bad

We can’t just stop loving you

We have to accept it

We just have to Beat it


Whatever happened in your life,

you have change the faith for The lost children

and you have change my Childhood.

You have change the world!

You have Healed the world!

you are the world!


A poem to honor the King of Pop

By Daniel in Sweden

June 26, 2009
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.....i never saw this comming..

i still can't believe it..

i can't cry it out..can't eat, drink, can't even sing along with hes songs no more.. it hurts like hell!!!

yea, everybody will die someday but still u can't face it when somebody you loved is gone..

well... michael you're gone too soon..

now i'll never see or meet you again...............

June 26, 2009
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I think the media needs to chill out with bashing Michael Jackson about the crimes he may or may not have committed. There is nothing we all can do about it now. He is another place being judged for his sins, just like the rest of us will one day. I mean seriously they need to chill out. We havent even gave his family the time to greive. CNN, Fox, and other random news stations just jumped right on it in on attacking his wrongs. The man is gone..let it go!



June 26, 2009
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I from England, I purchase two tickets to see the KING of POP, Michael Jackson.  I have not gone into work.  It's seem as if I lost a big brother, I never ever think I could be this effected by someone I didn't know personally.  As you know a million people in the UK, bought his tickets within a hour of them going on sale.  He loved, so much over here in Europe .  I will becoming to the US for the first time to say good bye to my brother Michael.  I am white and MJ did not care about race or colour.  My parent are fans of Michael, my kids will know him and how he was the greatest ever to live in my opinion.  No one but no one will ever touch Michael.  He the most talent of them all.  Michael, is nothing like Elvis, Michael Jackson belong to the world.  Every race on this planet love MJ, in Elvis, time black musician wasn't given any credit for creating Rock & Roll.  In Elvis time race was a big issue, Michael stop all that and brought people of all races together.  If you look at Elvis show it's mainly white Michael show had every race as his fan.  No Micheal is no Elvis, he a non racial person who change the way we look at each other.  Both, men were talented in they own right.  This is about Michael please give us his fan the respect.

June 26, 2009
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Posted at 8:26AM on Jun 26th 2009 by blackmamba



June 26, 2009
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Micheal Jackson was a memorable man followed with Farah Faucet.Micheal Jackson was the pop legend.Farah Faucet fought for what she wanted and it is true that she never gave up she was a wonderful actress and both people made music and showbiz history.I am just 11 yrs old but when i saw the mourning of the world and almost every news channel on reports of these very memorable people it made me want to write this.

June 26, 2009
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Michael is the king of pop, as Elvis is the King of rock. He will be missed. I enjoyed the song of Ben, it had a sad story to it, as if he was expressing his loneliness. I was wondering how come we haven't heard any remarks from Liz Taylor, who was Michaels closest friend?


June 26, 2009
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I got pains, in my cheat I have not eaten I don't even know if I want to live anymore.  I removed all his albums of my 3MP, for the moment it hurt to much to heard him right now.  Anyway I going to my local hospital the pain is getting extreme as I am writing this.

June 26, 2009
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It is a shame not to be able to see Michael Grow to an old age. Even though he left us too soon he lived a life filled of great history making moments. He lived a life and accomplished fame that some of us will never know, but through it all; the fame, money and scandals. I still believe he was humbled with his experiences and that makes him better than being the King of Pop. That makes him a great human being. You will be greatly missed. I love you Michael.  

June 26, 2009
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Yesterday was a shocking day, today is a sad day, tomorrow ???


I am deeply sad about this tragedy and I just can’t stop crying… Michael will be miss. He was the best and only King of Pop and for that, I thank him.


Michael changed my childhood and he gave me hope with his beautiful song like “We are the world”. His music changed our lives and we lost an amazing artist.


Michael, you may Rest in Peace. We love you and we will always remember you for the True Artist you are.

My prayer goes to his family, kids and friends.


Michael you are my King of Pop for now and for Ever… Love xxx






June 26, 2009
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It saddens me to hear that MJ has passed away.  His music and legacy spanned across generations and is the only artist that is STILL well known across the globe. 


His music has prevailed over all his tribulations and will be forever remembered as the voice of the Jackson 5 who could moon walk across the stage with ease and thrill anyone who listened to his ingenious talent.


God be with you MJ and thanks for touching ALL our lives.

June 26, 2009
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I was schocked to hear of Michael's passing. Way too soon and so sudden... :-( His music was my refuge as a teenager, he got me through those years. I saw him in concert in 1996 and my husband and I were going to try to go to one of the London shows... Condolences to his family... I'm so sorry... RIP Michael...

June 26, 2009
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I cannot put into words the profound sadness that I have at at the loss of Michael Jackson.  As I was reflecting on what this global icon meant to me, I had an experience that I cannot yet name, and perhaps never will be able to.  The words you read seem to be placed in my heart, and I was cognicanr enough to write them down.  Read on....


As I was walking one day, I met this PYT (pretty young thing).  I stopped to talk to her.  "What's your name'" I asked.  She replied, my friends call me "Dirty Diana."  "What's your name she asked, I replied, "Ben."  Well Ben she said, I thought you were taken, to which I replied, "Billie Jean is not my lover, and besides "She's Out Of My Life."She looked at me and smiled, and said, "you must be some kind of "Smooth Criminal."  I said, Girl you are "Off The Wall."  I told her I had taken a look at the "Man In The Mirror", and saw that at times, He was "BAD."  I look into her eyes and told her, "The Way You Make Me Feel" gives me "Butterflies."  So we continued talking and I asked her to the movies.  She asked What kind of movie.  I replied, some kind of "Thriller", of course. We would talk on the phone late into the night, and she told me that she was lonely, and I told her "You Are Not Alone", and if you wait for me, "I'll be there."She sighed and asked, "Can you feel it?" I chuckled and asked, feel what?  "Human Nature", she said.  So I asked her, "You wanna be startin something?"  She replied, "Whatever Happens."  She asked what I thought about love, and I told her love is "ABC", and easy as 123.  The thing about love is it don't matter if you're "Black or White."  We fell i love and the rest is "History."


Michael, You "Rocked Our World", helped "Heal The World", maybe now they will "Leave you Alone."


Rest in eternal peace.

June 26, 2009
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Absolutely unbelievable. I'm glad the sick twisted scum bag is gone. Children of the world can sleep a little safer tonight knowing that one less child molesting piece of excrement is dead. Good riddance. 

June 26, 2009

Michael Jackson symbolizes PERVERSION.  Perversion of talent.  Perversion of his fan's trust.  Perversion of the justice system.  Whatever talent he once possessed was overshadowed, for me, by his pedophilia.  The only good pedophile is a dead one.  As far as I'm concerned, Michael Jackson, the talented entertainer, died YEARS ago...yesterday's event was simply a formality.


I don't feel sorry for his "grieving fans".  You are the kind of enablers who allow these monsters access to children, time and time, again.  Disgusting.


And comparing this pervert to Elvis is a travesty.

June 26, 2009
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Michael, I loved you in the 1980's, and i still love you now! Just can't seem to want to understand why? I want to take this time to say: my heart goes out to his family. Peace, love, and rest in peace Michael Jackson! We, will always love you!!!

June 26, 2009
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wow quantumzoo...i wonder what people will say about you when you're gone...or better yet, what will God say about you? mercy, forgiveness, and love, even to those who have wronged you

June 26, 2009
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So, what good can we all take from this mixed bag of reactions? Good or bad, there's no name more recognized worldwide. Michael Jackson had more money and fame than most of us can ever aspire to. Obviously, it didn't buy happiness. Take time, today, to be thankful for whatever makes YOUR life wonderful!

June 26, 2009
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I remember a man who when I was three or four years old inspired me to dance. I remember the man who cared so much for humanity that he helped those who were starving overseas and those whose homeland was being taken away. He used music to protest the evil he saw in the world including the destruction of the rain forests. He brought so many people of different cultures together through innovative music and dance that will because of him share a common culture. I am forever grateful to you and will never forget you, Micheal Jackson.

June 26, 2009
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he made me a happy kid,i did  not have a happy childhood,so i taped his videos,and dancing memorizing his moves,my son 17 loves his music and his moves.he will never be forgotten, love to his family ,and i am so sorry for the great loss my tears of great love for him,he is beautiful man love ya MJ FOREVER!

June 26, 2009
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Wow another Legend is gone, but this time it's the king of pop. I never met him but he was a part of my family. I grow up on his music as well as the music he made with his brothers. As a young girl I was in love with Jermaine Jackson. As I grow older I loved Michael. I will forever miss you Michael but you will live on in your music. You the master of moves. there will never be another. Rest in Peace my Brother.

June 26, 2009
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I want to first say Rest In Peace Michael Jackson.King Of Pop,I know he is looking down at us now. He see`s us crying,mad,and shocked.He wants his fans(us),to be happy.  He respected his fans and wanted to be perfect for us.Which I think was the reason for the nose jobs.He made wonderful music!!Which is really kind of strange. All the tv music shows we have like,BET,MTV,TRL,etc.,and they really havent been playing his music that often before.Now they have it everywhere!They have songs up there that I havent even heard of!Why play it all of a sudden? I mean I know Michael Jackson died r.i.p ,but I just think they should of been playing his music.His music ment something you know?It had a meaning,but BET,MTV,TRL,and ETC.seemed to push MichaelJackson to the side for a while.They have now music that have no sense playing on their shows! For example:"Swagg",and all these im sorry to say but retarted dances!?!?!.I hate to call this out but for another example "The Stanky Leg"?and the "Birdwalk"??Yes I am an African-American and I am proud,but that is crazy.It shouldnt take Michael Jackson being dead for everyone to all of a sudden to Praise him!He should of been getting credit and being respected  for his work!If they liked his music why didnt they been playing his music? The LORD is now with Michael Jackson.Please let him Rest In Peace. Thank You-


Michael Jackson-


June 26, 2009
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I fondly remember, that when I was five I knew the entire dance to Thriller.  My step-father, who was abusive, macho and racist used to ask me to show off my dance skills to Thriller to his friends.  It seems odd, in hindsight, that Micheal Jackson was able to envoke this in my step-dad despite his surly nature.  That speaks volume to the magic of Micheal Jackson. 

June 26, 2009
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I will always remember the BAD concert in '89,I was 4yrs old in my jean jacket and buttons and it was my FIRST concert.  Michael was one of the greatest and his life will always be remembered through his fun, heartfelt, innovative music...his legacy will continue on!!!! May God Bless his family during this difficult time.  My prayers are with the Jackson family. Gone but NEVER forgotten, MICHAEL JACKSON!

June 26, 2009
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I'm deeply saddened by the passing of Michael Jackson. I know he is in God's hands now, and in that, I am comforted. I appreciate all of his contributions to the world during his lifetime. This is a deeply personal loss for me. Michael and his creativity has been an inspiration for me for most of my life. His music, talent has helped me cope with many challenges in my life. I've been comforted and encouraged many times by his songs. I am not taking this well at the moment, and for me, that's a big deal because after losing my father when I was 17, it was Michael's music that helped me heal from losing my dad. Michael's words hugged me when my dad was no longer able to.


Jonathan Williams

June 26, 2009
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I am shocked and saddened by the news much like the rest of the world. Michael Jackson has pretty much been my introduction to music..I was born in 1979 and I remember the first music I had ever heard was that of Michael. My parents had the old vinyl records and I recall Jackson 5 music playing in our houshold daily. Michael has always had the most loyal fan base...we supported him and stuck by him throughout his turbulant trials never believing that he was ever a child molester ever!!! His message of world peace and unity will live on forever and I think it is up to us to carry that message forward by "looking at the man in the mirror" and making that change!!!


June 26, 2009
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We NEVER KNOW....!!! That's the word that can only come from my a Christian person who believes that GOD can give us and take from us anytime without letting us we NEVER know...!...R.I.P. Michael was a gift to us !!!

June 26, 2009
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Like most of the world I am deeply sadden and in total shock and don't want to believe the death of my generation's Elvis has left us. So many of us grew up watching Michael Jackson go through life and listening to his music. Til this day I still listen to his music so my children know who he is and know his music.


When I was 7 my older sister, younger brother, and I would make our room completely dark and play Thriller really loud to see which one of us would get scared. I always ended up hiding under my blanket. It was so funny to us cause when the song was over we were all too scared to open the blinds or turn on the lights.


My sister swore she was going to marry him! She even forged his autograph on a picture she had of him and had everyone believing he signed it.


About 10 years ago I saw him in Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas at an art gallery shopping and it was so amazing to breathe the same air as him. It was like he was Royalty. All of the onlookers showed him so much respect. He was not treated like the media treats other celebrities.


I love you Man in the Mirror!!


May God rest his soul.

June 26, 2009
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I am a struggling recording artist of 25 years.  There was two people that I always dreamed of meeting, one was Quincey Jones and the other was Micheal Jackson.  If he was still among the living I believe that he would tell me to continue to pursue my career.  He was my hope, my inspiration.  I bought a jacket like his that I had worn on my first album, his was red and mine was gray.  I already miss you Micheal.  Hold you head up Jackson family, God never makes a mistake.  Micheal is now stress free and he will continue to live in all of us through his music and his wide spread love for mankind. Thank you Micheal, I looked in the mirrior and I've changed my ways.  Just listen to his music if you really want to know what kind of man he really was.  It tells it all.  Just listen. PS He will never die in our hearts.

June 26, 2009
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Had you told me two days ago that I would be somewhat saddened by the death of MJ I would of told you no way. But now I would say your right. I remember him in much of my childhood in the 80's and I guess that is where my sadness comes from with his death. Its like part of the child in me has lost something. Raise your hand if you ever did the moon walk across your moms kitchen floor in your socks as a child! I know I did.

June 26, 2009
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Sick of this bs lets get on to what is important in the news Iran and North Korea.  the man was a great artist but he was a pedophila I am sorry he got what he deserved in the end and if anyone disagrees would u have left your children alone with him.

June 26, 2009
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Michael will really be missed. I pray the children who remember him as a loving person speaks up and truly tell the story as so many young and old celebreties has. Those who accused him of things that he was never found guilty of will never have a chance to say they are sorry. Michael was awards prove he was bigger than the Beetles, Elvis and others. Give the man his to Props. You would do it if he was these other people. The truth is the truth. I wish the world would at least admit the truth. He was a huge success.

June 26, 2009
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My mom and I are big fans of Micheal Jackson.  My mom went to Carmel high school in Carmel IN and she went there in the 80s and that is when of course his # 1 hit thriller came out.  We thought that maybe he would do some shows in las vegas after he did the ones in London.  Apparently not. I have always wanted to live in the 80s because of him.  I dress 80s. I live 80s because I think that he is the one who made the 80s the best decade of the 1900s.  I wasnt even born in the 80s.  I was born in 1996. When Micheal died I had just came in from a gator ride. That is a vehicle not a real alligator.  Just for your info. So I knew that he had been having trouble with his heart for the past hour but I did not know that he had died until I came in the house and my grandma is sitting in the family room watching CNN and she says "Micheal Jackson died."  I was shocked.  I could barely move.  Im thinking how could the best singer in the world just die like that.  He was to young to die. I still can not believe it.  So then I called my mom and asked her if she heard the news.  She said that she knew and that she does not believe them.  She said that he has to be alive.  She just could not believe it. I am in Fort Atkinson, Iowa right now and my real home is in Carmel,IN.  I have always been so honored to have the world famous pop star born in my home state.  I am so honored.  My Micheal Jackson rest in peace and not be forgotten.

June 26, 2009
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I am deeply saddened by the lost of Michael Jackson. I have not cried yet, because I still can't believe it. I have been a fan since I was a young girl. When I was in middle school, I used to wear a shrine of Michael Jackson buttons on my shirt everyday to school! I also used to collect magazine articles and pictures of Michael in a scrapbook, and I still to this day have my Michael Jackson doll. I had the opportunity to attend the Jackson Victory Tour and see Michael in a solo appearance tour, both in Dallas, when I was in my early teens. I also remember watching the Jacksons animated series. He was also an awesome dancer, I love to watch his videos! Michael was such a talented person, with a sweet spirit, and he will be greatly missed. He will forever be the King of Pop.

June 26, 2009
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r.i.p. We will never forget you.

You we're and still are the world's greatest Preformer and artist.

My toughts go out to your family and friend's and to all your die hard fan's like me.

Xox. R.I.P Micheal Joe Jackson

You Biggest Fan. Natasha Asselin.

June 26, 2009
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What I meant to say is that Michael awards gave him all the proof is need to have the title the King of Pop.

June 26, 2009
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Mj had the gift to bring the world together. Who else has that ability? No matter what, MJ always wanted to promote peace and love and he did it with his music. When listening to his music NOBODY is thinking of anything else but expecpt to bust a move and have a good time. Thats what he wanted and its such a sad loss becuase thier is no one else right now that can bring what he has brought.

June 26, 2009
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My daughter was singing some song the other day in the van and at the end she sang: "Like Michael Jackson!" I loved Michael Jackson as an entertainer and for the good things he has done. I try to see the best in people and not trust the haters out there. I used to watch the Jackson 5 show and the cartoon as a child. How my daughter would sing that I don't know because I rarely listen to any music these days. It just shows how much he is a part of our lives.

June 26, 2009
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I am from Calcutta, India, and grew up watching the famous moon-walker. On the other side of the globe he was as big an icon as he is here. I know for a fact that hundreds of young people would feel lost back in India. He was a cultural artefact, a symbol of a "liberation" movement. That's how powerful his moves were...


Chandrani (Chan-dra-nee)


June 26, 2009
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I found out of Michael's death from my thirteen year old daughter who is away on vacation, she called and left the message on our awnsering machine. When I heard the message I was shocked first to hear the news and second that my teenager daughter who did not grew up listening to Michael Jackson thought it was important enough to call home to talk about Michael Jackson. I called her back immediately, she expressed sadness but most importantly she was surprised to know he was 50 years old, her words -"wow he can dance!".

We spoke for a while about Michael's music, to my surprise she knew many of his songs, I shared stories growing up dancing to his music and how I thought I was cool because I was able to do the moon walk. My daughter and I have a great relationship but we do not discuss music, I am what she calls "old school"...not anymore. We just discovered we have Michael Jackson in common, who new?

The amazing power of Michael Jackson's music capable of bringing generations together. He will be very much misses but his music will go on...specialy in our home.

June 26, 2009
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I am a 62 year old Grandmother who loved Michael Jackson.  Yesterday I cried for hours not for his death but for the little boy who grew up as the saddest person in the world.  Where was his family?  Was there no one to advise and help this amazing person throughout his life? How did everything go so wrong?  I pray he will find peace and happiness with God.

June 26, 2009
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MJ's passing was a total shock.  I am really sad and have been since he died.


His music will continue on in the world...


At least now, he can be at peace.


RIP Michael. :(

June 26, 2009
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Being a 14 year old girl, I know that my knowledge and love for Michael Jackson does not even compare to someone of my parents' age.  However, I write to prove even more the lengths that his music and talent have reached during his short lifetime.  Even as young children, the Jackson 5 cd was always playing in our car, and I remember singing along with my siblings. Since then, I have discovered his amazing talent for dance. Dance is a passion of my own, and seeing this man dance on stage in the videos is incredible. I know he will always be remembered and forever missed.

June 26, 2009
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I am a 49 year old mother and grandmother who grew up with Michael Jackson. The first concert I went to at 10 years old, was the Jackson Five. I loved Michael Jackson. His God given talent surpassed all others. His music will live on. His family are in my prayers. As a mother, I can't help but wonder about his children? I can't imagine not fighting for my children, no matter the circumstances. The two oldest, the children of Debbie Rowe, what will happen to them? I can't imagine how rejected they feel after their mother basically sold them to their father. I wonder if she'll fight for them now? I pray that the media will remember his children!

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson to me...was the only person in this world that could make me smile when I was the saddest. I always told my friends if you do not like Michael Jackson, then you will never have the soul to dance and appreciate music. I remember when I was in both grammar school and high school, my best friend and I, will always play the Michael Jackson videos i had collected. We worshipped him, he was what we would have our barbies dance to when we were little girls, and when we were becoming young women, he was all that played when we got ready to go out. Until this day we still hold Michael Jackson parties, and have sworn to teach our kids about his music. Yesterday half of me went with him. I am still shocked and hoping that this is just a dream. The only time I ever saw him live, was in the release of his Invincible album, I remember him standing outside to wave to his fans, and I felt this incredible wave of energy, it was like a Tsunami coming over. His energy, his talent, his music, is all that brought millions of people together. Michael you will always live within me, and though at the moment I am a broken girl due to your passing, I know that you are in a better place. I love you Forever. You will be the one and only King of Pop.

I love you Michael.

June 26, 2009
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i Have growen up with Michael He Was Great, I was very touch during the Ryan White time with him.  I have  not hear d  anyone talk . about that. He was such a CARING SOUL.                               


( Fort Wayne,Indiana)

June 26, 2009
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I am a 22 year old from Woodside, Queens with an old soul for music. I never got to Meet legend MJ but his music always made me feel like i belonged to his time. He never gave up, and with all conflicts in life, he never forgot to admire his fans along the way. I admire all he did and who he became. He takes a great deal of admiration with him and will never be forgotten. RIP MJ, you touched my heart tremendously, and i hope we can all learn from these experiences. Leave grudges behind. At the end each one is always recognized for there success and loyalty.


Anaura Delvillar

June 26, 2009
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Man! It just breaks my Heart. Micheal Jackson passed away. I cannot  remember life without his existence. I remember the song ABC I was 3or 4 then it introduced me to the alphabets. I can only hope he finds Peace He gave the world so much.(The song we are the world)in that he shown his humanity and what and how to love and share.  I can only wish and pray that he receives the  peace love and happiness that I don't believe he found on earth but offered. He will always be a part of my life. He was truly the Greatest Entertainer, he is an inspiration. My love and condolences go out to his family. My prayers are with them. I lost my brother years ago but can't imagine what the family must be going through with the world watching. I hope the press and everyone respects the family wishes and allow them to mourn in their own way without ridicule. Thanks Micheal For all The Happiness you Gave!!!!!

June 26, 2009
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i just dont understand how mj could die like that.i wish he would have never gone.we love u mj 4ever.





June 26, 2009
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I agree he was a good singer and dancer but I think he is being put on a pedestal that he does not deserve,everyone seems to have forgotton about all the child molestation he was never convicted but does that mean he was innocent? What was it he paid to the first accuser in an out of court settlement.......mmmmmm 24 million. Where is the justice ...... Don't  get me wrong I liked his music but maybe justice has been served and I also think an equal amount of time should be devoted to the death of Farrah Fawcett my prayers go out to her and her family.

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson has always been my favourite singer i love him and his songs.It pains my heart to know that he's dead, but his songs are like blessings to my ears.

and i do not think that his parents should get his children, buttheir mother or even some one who will ensure that they enjoy their childhood sine mj clearly did not enjoy his and i thing he would be happy if his parent's did not get his children for they had the power and authority to let hin be a child and enjoy it. But it seems as if they were consumed by his fame and money, that they forgot about the most important thing in his life to be able to play and enjoy his self. And be that way he lived a childish life, he was just a lost boy trying to find the path to his childhood but the closer he got to it the farther it got from him.Imagine a child being trapped in an adult body no wonder why he got never land. But i know he is in a better place and God will take care of him. Since his parent's failed him buthis fans did not. I love mj.

June 26, 2009
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I'm 22 years old and for most of my life Michael Jackson has been the inspiration for why I danced. I remember when my brother, sister, and I were younger we would try to be like the Jackson 5 and learn the dances entertaining guest. I can remember almost every video every song when I first saw it and what I was doing. It really breaks my heart to hear this. I keep changing the channel thinking maybe he'll comeback maybe it's a mistake,but in the back of my mind I know the truth. In my mind and my heart Michael Jackson was the greatest performer there will ever be I don't know who can compete with him and if there is I'll be an old lady by then. My Love And Prayers Go Out To His Family.

June 26, 2009
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I am still in shock over the death of Micheal Jackson, our King of Pop. His musical greatness has brought together generations of familys and friends and will never stop. Yesterday after I broke the sad news to my mother, who is the same age as Michael and grew up listening to his music, she started to cry. Later on she told me " Now I know how my mother felt when Elvis died". He is and always be a true legend.

June 26, 2009
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And may be if when he was a child at the recording studio and he saw the other children playing and wanted to join and got the chance to it would have made a big difference in his life and who so ever was responsible for ensuring that he got the chance of enjoying his childhood, they took that away from him and should be ashamed of them selves. I think than having never land was a symbol of him trying to say that since he did not enjoy his childhood the least he could do is let other children enjoy theirs and that is sweet and kind. As interactionist George herbert Mead and Herbert Blumer stated " The Play and Game stage are the two most important stages in a child's life." And i saw that Mj did not get to benefit from those two stages for he would not be asking "Have you seen my childhood?" And it hurts to know that he died sad. A peron can have all the money and friends in the world but that cannot replace the lost of their childhood and it had a negative impact on mj's life. I hope they let his children enjoy theirs, for mj would want them to.

June 26, 2009
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Michael is not dead!  He is with Elvis, Tupac, and Marvin Gaye on a secluded island getting high as hell!

June 26, 2009
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R.I.P Michael Jackson, You Left Us With The Heart Broken..!! The Biggest Lose Ever, My Inspiration To Love And Make Music... :'( Im Gonna Miss You


You're Fans In Dominican Republic Love You And You Always Gonna Be In Our Heart's....!!!

June 26, 2009
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to the family of Michael Jackson, Michael had a gift from God.  He had so many pressures from society. He was a brillant professionist and reliable person. He and his music will be truly missed. His only downfall is that he loved kids and never really grew up his self.He and his music will live forever.  May he rest in peace. Barbara Prater, Las Vegas, NV











June 26, 2009
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I'm in shock and still can't believe that Michael has left us but he is now being fulfilled with that void that he always had being lonely, up in heaven with the Almighty Superior and no longer having to feel lonely, accussed, crucified, penalized, etc.  Michael will always be a soundtrack of my childhood.  My prayers are with his family along with his children.  He was and will always be the one and only "King of Pop."

June 26, 2009
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I also grew up with the J5 and Michael. This is truly a very sad day. I always said I felt Michael was lonely. I can only imagine never being able to go anywhere or do anything without being hounded. Michael was (is) a very extraordinary human being and there are only a select few in that category and can touch so many lives,but... we must remember he was just a human being like the rest of us. Imperfect and just trying to find our peace and happiness in what turns out to be for all of us, a very short time on earth. He will be missed greatly.

June 26, 2009
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I am still hurt about the passing of an icon, Michael Jackson.  I am a huge MJ fan and i will defiantly miss him but his music and his legacy will be in my heart forever.  RIP MICHAEL AND FARRAH

June 26, 2009
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Why can't he be remembered for his greatness such as Farrah Fawcett, why are you dwelling on his criminal background.  Only a man of color would get ridiculed in such a way, why?  This country is made up of people not race that's what I thought..... Rest in peace Michael i'll always remember you for your greatness the hell with the rest of them who dwell on negative i'll remember you like Farrah's being portrayed as an angel.

June 26, 2009
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Let the man's legacy speak for itself get over the drug abuse. to figure out why he died is to question God's judgement it was his time to leave a mark in heaven... We are not qualified to judge he has gone to the highest level of judgement respect him,his family and last but not least hisl children.!!!!!!!!!!!They don't need to hear negative things about their fathe rat a time like this.  This world is sooo cruel.

June 26, 2009
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I can start by saying the best of the best is gone. all my life growing up was in music, my father was Carlton Lee and the Delfonics whom also played at the Apollo and rubbed elbows with some of the greats,my dad was the lead singer and thats were i got my voice from and writting skills,unfortunatley i'm 48 years old, 2 years younger than Mr. Jackson. Although i never meet him personally i feel very close to him as an artist,people think i crazy for crying for him,i simply am not crying for him ,im crying for the loss of the world.. Micheal jackson helped make what the world is today ,my soul is wrenched by his loss.--If the world only knew of my great talent and writting's "however" i do beleave when a person dies they know all spirits and souls, so there for i know and have faith that mr.Jackson now knows i exist. To all that love him-Thank you......Trebee:)

June 26, 2009
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I couldn't sleep last night...I actually didn't go to bed until 4 am., because of the anxiety from hearing the news of Michael Jackson's death. I wrote this poem in his honor to show and share my deepest sympathy and my love for the artist. I first put this on my facebook page and sent this to my friends and family and they loved it. My cousin Lequin Rory Williams told me that I should put this on CNN, because it was so good and everyone would appreciate it. I tried to comment on the "Remembering Michael Jackson " media on here, but it kept saying error and I am not sure if it really went through, so I am putting it on here and I hope that you all would appreciate and agree with how I feel about this phenomenal blessing of a man that shared his gift with the world. I love him and will miss him. I have two huge memories of MJ, 1 is when he first performed Billie Jean live and first did the moon walk, did no one see that coming nor did we know what it was. I thought he actually flew across the stage, because he was so smooth and graceful. The second memory was when he performed "man in the mirror" at an award show, he was so passionate and he touched me and the audience in that place. I will never forget me, my family or the other celebs crying from that performance.


I love you MJ and finally you have rest and peace, because you couldn't quiet get it here on earth. You will always have a special place in my heart! : )



A warm hearted departure, for MJ..the king of pop!


Michael!!! MJ, I heard the news today.

You are no longer with us physically, but your memory is here to stay.

Michael, you touched us all, the entire nation

With a warm heart and a thrilling sensation.


Your courage’s smile and child like humor

You defeated them all, even the gossip and rumors.


Although changes occurred with the pigment of your skin. You never changed your heart or generosity within.


We thank you for your presences, grace, talent and beauty.

You always made the young girls smile and shake their booty’s


Thank you Michael for the thriller jackets, moon walk and glitter gloves.

You warmed our hearts and spirits full of love.


Thank you for the peace that you tried to give the world.

With your inspiring lyrics and your long Jerry curl.


We will miss saying "we love you" when you walk through the crowds,

and your soft loving voice of “I love you more” shout out loud.


We are sad, but happy of your home coming celebration. And we will never forget how Michael Jackson the king of pop rocked this nation.


by: LaKarsha Corthion


June 26, 2009
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I am at work seating paralyzed by Mikcheal’s death.

I heard of him being taken to the hospital from my husband and later my mother in-law called to tell my husband of Micheal’s death. I overheard them talking on the phone and part of me went numb. I had just gotten home from work and getting ready to make dinner – I couldn’t move. Something was stuck in my throat….fear of unknown kind sworm my body. I fought my tears so my kids would not see me.

We don’t have TV and we get our news online, so for  the rest of the night (after putting my kids to bed)  I glued my self on my lap top trying to get a different news-something that says he is alive, not confirmed or something else other than death. I cried and cried until the monitor disappeared from my vision. I later went to bed but could not  sleep.

Today I am at work seating in front of my computer paralyzed and unable to think or focus

I tried to talk my coworkers, but  they were not as big fun as I am  and some even were not nice about it – It didn’t help much to my grief so I kept in to myself scared to share my memories with anybody else.

I am going to ask my boss to be excused and will be leaving work and go home to my family for the rest of the day hug my husband and kids. I want to redirect my thoughts and feel and belive that Micheal is in a better place.  But I am very very very sad.


June 26, 2009
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It has been a total "Thriller" to watch the "Man in the Mirror" who begged "Leave Me Alone". So many will "Scream" begging "Heaven to Wait" because "We Are the World" and want "One More Chance" to see you do your moonwalk. Your legacy is "Unbreakable" as you "Ease On Down the Road" you have left us "Speechless" as we all now "Come Together". "Don't Stop Until You Get Enough" as you "Fly Away".

June 26, 2009
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I remember watching the Jackson Five on tv when I was just 2. I remember making Michael Jackson wallpaper in my room with all the album covers and posters I collected.  The Thriller cover was in the very center. And I remember winning backstage passes to see Michael on his Victory Tour in KC, MO  but I was only 12 and my mom wouldn't let me go so I put the tickets on the wall with everything else. I was looking forward to this tour because my husband promised to get backstage passes so I could finally meet him...


I feel like a little girl again. My heart is broken. Listening to You Are Not Alone and purchased the ringtone and Human Nature calltone.


We have all suffered a great loss in such a talented individual, and even though he had some faults as we all do, he had so much good in him and so much more to give.


Rest in peace, Sir Michael. You are greatly missed. I pray your soul finds peace and my sincerest condolences to your entire family. 


Paradise in Texas

June 26, 2009
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Am I the only one that knows this?? Was this a cry for help??  He released a song in 1997 called "Morphine" Here are some of the lyrics!

He got flat baby


Kick in the back baby

A heart attack baby

I need your body............


....Trust in me

Just in me

Put all your trsut in me

You're doin' morphine


Go'on babe



This won't hurt you

Before I put it in

Close your eyes and count to ten

Don't cry

I won't convert you

There's no need to dismay

Close your eyes and drift away




Oh God he's taking demerol



Oh God he's taking demerol


He's tried

Hard to convince her

To be over what he had

Today he wants it twice as bad

Don't cry

I won't resent you

Yesterday you had his trust

Today he's taking twice as much




Oh God he's taking demerol




Oh my Oh God it's Demerol




Michael Jerome

Sherman, il



June 26, 2009
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I will miss having M.J. in our world, but his genius & music will live forever in my heart. He is now at peace after being mentally and emotionally tortued,degraded & bankrupted by accusations, law suits,jealousy, greedy citizens & professionals who benefited by administering drugs. I didn't blame him for seeking refuge in another country. In his depressed fragile state he needed support by loyal friends, family and spiritual couseling, not leeches to suck the life out of him. M.J. was an artistic inspiration. My children and I grew up loving every musical & eccentric gift he entertained the world with. As an artist I appreciated his personal quote, that "Art Is A Tribute To God." Than you Michael Jackson.  God bless you and your memory.


June 26, 2009
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I want to send my condolences to MJ’s Family.  Much negativity is emphasized about his childhood especially his so called abusive father, but what is sadly overlooked is how his parents raised well mannered and HUMBLE children!  This was certainly evident in his demeanor and even his siblings’. Janet exudes humbleness! He NEVER acted like a person who deserved his fame.  In fact, his body of work showed that he strived to perfect his craft time and time again, raising the bar so high that there has not been an entertainer that has matched or surpassed him to this day!  My Jehovah be with his family, I know he is resting in peace!




June 26, 2009
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We can speculate about the things  Michael Jackson was going thru outside of the public view. I PRAY that we can let his family morn as we all do  for the loss of a Great entertainer, a beautiful soul a very fragile person  and can we all not forget how it feels to lose someone we love Michael I PRAY FOR THE CHILDREN AND THE FAMILY SO THEY CAN ALL HAVE A SENSE OF PEACE.

June 26, 2009
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It was as if someone had walked up and told me a member of my own family had passed. I am truly devestated. I am Michael's age and grew up with him. Though I never met or spoken to the man. His voice was a major uplifting part of my life. Michael to me was a tender soul that was forced to live in a world of his own. Michael's entertainment was overwhelming. He was a truly gifted musician. Sometimes the love a fan can be inadvertenly detrimental to a celebrity's life. You will be truly missed by this fan. Peace at last Michael! Peace at last!

June 26, 2009
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Just for you MICHAEL

Musical genius

Incredible performer

Creative icon

Human Nature says it all

Amazing in every way

Entertainer of the century

Loved and missed by many


By: Michelle

New Orleans,LA

June 26, 2009
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We've lost the best music Icon. He did things Elvis nor the Beetles did. He bridged race and culture gap's. He brought what was going on in the world to our attention. He did what Martin L. King & Malcolm X did but through music. He gave hope to anybody wanting to do anything. That it didn't matter where you came from what you went through. You could do anything. Michael was driven, he was more than an legacy he was a great man. Some called him strange he was unique. What is strange is we didn't give him the props he truely deserved while he was here. He went home God took him from the suffering that the world put him through. God rest his soul, bless his children and family hearts.

June 26, 2009
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I think that Michael Jackson can finally be at peace. I feel that through his life he was the most honest and caring person to ever walk the face of this earth. He did all he could to bring happiness to many children and their families. This is truly a sad day. I think that the parents that accused him of doing awful things to their children should be ashamed of theirselves. They know in their own hearts that he never touched those children and that they were only looking to make a dollar. They completly took advantage of his kindness. I hope he is finally at peace and can rest and really live the life that he so deserved to live.

June 26, 2009
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my condolences to all, we have lost someone who has touched all of our lives in some way or the other,but especially to the Jackson family our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. In 1978 I had the opportunity to see the Jackson Five in my country (Trinidad) he was brilliant,Michael looked so happy when he performed you can tell that performing was something that he loved dearly. It's amazing how someone we have never met has such an impact on our lives. when you look at michael perform, oh boy!!!truely magical he was so light on his feet he looked like he was dancing on air.   we see a little of micheal in many artiste today they have taken something from michael whether its his tone or a dance move, they all have michael to thank for setting such high standards and for being a trendsetter, the legend (michael) has died, but his legacy will live on forever in our hearts and our minds. love you always michael. 

June 26, 2009
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M/js death was one of the biggest shocks to Meany people including myself…I like Meany did not know him personally but always felt a deep love for him and prayed that he would leave this world a Muslim. Yesterday I began to think why I felt so bad for someone I had never known an entertainer. then realized as far back as I could remember the first images of him I can recall are of walking through hospitals an beds filled with children thanking him for his contributions to their health and well being. He was the first star I can remember giving whole heartedly in vast amounts that is what drew me to him as a fan for life. “khoda wand “ blesses us with soooo Meany sighs n people to learn from throw out time truly for those who can see past his music ( which was just one of his talents) can tack example from his lavish life style n un doubtable loneliness  that he before anything ells was human. Just like us he too was a son to a women who once looked down at him in to his innocent eyes, a brother to 8 now heart Brocken siblings and a father  with dreams of raising his 3 lovely children like all of us he too was human. Let us all who understand pray to Allah to rest his soul in peace. Peace that no amount of money and fans could ever provide

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson indeed the King of POP!


I come from the financial capital of India - Mumbai city


15 years ago, when I was a teen, I remember my dad getting me my first English Audio cassette it was 'THRILLER', listening to the songs I knew I have to watch the video, but back then we had no cable so no MTV, always wondered whose dancing?? and how is the dance for these songs..?

My dad then got me a VHS of 'THRILLER' thats when I first saw the legend MJ...

In India you would meet people who dont speak english or dont know whose Barrack Obama but they certainly do know whose Michael Jackson, that was the aura of this personality.

MJ was way beyond popular, he didnt need media, internet,youtube or any other  medium, his talent, work, performance reached out to all corners of the world. May he rest in peace.

He definitely touched a lot of hearts in India from the rich shaking a leg in a night club to a poor kid dancing on the streets.

June 26, 2009
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man this is horrible what happened to mj and they keep making a big deal about refunding the tickets why dont they ask the fans if they want their money to go towards his funeral he gave money to have a funeral for david ruffin i think the fans should give back to him 

June 26, 2009
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I'm 12 years old and for me to be so young many would think I don't know anything about the late Micheal jackson but when I was younger I used to sit at the edge of my bed listeneing to his cd. It was the music i listened to to brighten my spirit and alsohave fun. I couldn't help but to dance. I absolutley love his moves. I was on my way home when my sister got a text from her friend saying Micheal jackson was dead it was like a family member dying. I went home to watch cnn and they showed him leaving the helicopter and getting in that white van my broke just broke apart because he was laying theere no moonwalk,no thriller nothing it came to me that it was the end of Micheal jackson "The King of Pop" the legend/icon and he was just so small i cried until the ocean dried up. But he wouldn't want all of us so sad he would want us to celebrate his life and that's just what i'll do so Micheal my prayers go out to your family and we love and miss you micheal.

June 26, 2009
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I meant my heart

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson was my hero I was raised with his music I am thirteen years old my all time favortie song would have to be rember the time ♥ and so many more . the world has lost a legend , an inspiration so many words to described about michael. I am still having trouble with the fact the he is gone its unreal to my family and I . he will be greatly missed my heart and condolences go out to his entire family I cant imagine the pain that they are feeling . Despite the alagations of his molestation charges and pill abuse he is still the worlds greatest he is in heaven now with god and all of our lost loved ones Michael you are a true genius to the music industry!!! . and even though you are gone your music will always live on .








June 26, 2009
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I grew up just 35 min. away from Gary Ind. Michael saved my life, through his music & the strength he showed with his situation. He gave more to others than anyone. He remained sweet as a child...we all know why...SO?  That woman & her kids were PROVEN liars!  I am happy he is finally at peace in Heaven where he belongs....far from all the people that used him, lied to him, lied about him, & stole from him.  He was an angel on earth.  Now, he is an angel in Heaven.  Those of you who want to listen, still, to liars & thieves, will never deminish the love that the rest of us have for him.  AMEN       

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson donated a male African elephant named Ali to our zoo (Jacksonville, FL) in 1997. I’m going to the zoo this weekend to visit Ali – and remember Michael.

June 26, 2009
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I am beside myself with sadness on this day.  I was at the T.B. Rays and Phillies game last nite when an elderly lady sitting next to me had said she had just heard that M.J. had passed away.  I told her it was probably a cruel rumor started to get P.R.  It wasn't until we were on our way home(@ 11 pm) when we were hearing all of his music on the radio, but nobody was saying what actually happened.  I cried the whole way home, and didn't know what really happened until around 1 am.  Needless to say I haven't slept much and I have been watching some of his music videos on MTV. 

  Music was always a way for me to escape as a child and it is a way I relax and live my life now, surrounded with all kinds of music.  I grew up listening to him and was lucky enough to see his "Thriller" concert, it was the coolest thing I can remember.  I will truly miss the idea that he would come back and relive the magic again.  Many things have been said about his life the past few years, things which we may never know the real truth about, but he does not deserve the beating that some are giving him in his death.  Yes, he is gone, as well as Farrah, and if nothing else at least remember what your family told you growing up, "if you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all".

  I will truly miss him, and no matter what the cause of death, he has left a great void in the heart of music lovers every where.

Rest in peace, Michael.  And peace be with his family as well.

June 26, 2009
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My heart is broken;I grew up with Micheal Jackson;I just it was all a dream and I could wake up and it is all over;My eyes were filled with tears and my heart is saddened;My heart goes out to his Mother;Children and the rest of his family..May he rest in peace..Amen

June 26, 2009
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Let’s remember MJ greatest work he did for us, for the World

Here are some lyrics of his most inspirational music.  “Heal the World” “Men in the Mirror” and “We are the World”: Heal the world make it a better place for you and for me and the entire human race. There are people dying if you care enough for the living make a better place for you and for me…

I’m gonna make a change for once in my life it’s gonna feel real good, gonna make a difference, gonna make it right. I’m starting with the man in the mirror, I’m asking him to change his ways and no message could have been any clearer if you wanna to make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make a CHANGE….

There comes a time, when we heed a certain call when the world must come together as one, there are people dying, and it’s time to lend a hand to life the greatest gift of all. We are the world, we are the children, we are the ones who make a brighter day so let’s start giving, were saving our own lives…

He was a true and real genius artist of all time… Peace and love for ever MJ


June 26, 2009
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Let’s remember MJ greatest work he did for us, for the World

Here are some lyrics of his most inspirational music.  “Heal the World” “Men in the Mirror” and “We are the World”: Heal the world make it a better place for you and for me and the entire human race. There are people dying if you care enough for the living make a better place for you and for me…

I’m gonna make a change for once in my life it’s gonna feel real good, gonna make a difference, gonna make it right. I’m starting with the man in the mirror, I’m asking him to change his ways and no message could have been any clearer if you wanna to make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make a CHANGE….

There comes a time, when we heed a certain call when the world must come together as one, there are people dying, and it’s time to lend a hand to life the greatest gift of all. We are the world, we are the children, we are the ones who make a brighter day so let’s start giving, were saving our own lives…

He was a true and real genius artist of all time… Peace and love for ever MJ


June 26, 2009
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Michael was belove by many and that will alway stay like that. The man change the way people make music. I have never meet Michael but he was and will alway be a friend at heart. We are going to mis U Michael. And lets hope that u now get the peace and rest that u couldnt get in this world. RIP KING OP POP and for all you have given us.

June 26, 2009
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I am in shock of Michael Jackson's death. My Aunt told me of the news when she heard helicopters flying over her home in LA and I was in disbelief that one of my greatest childhood idols is no longer here.After I heard the news,I  ran out to get the very last copy of his Thriller album at the local store. It is strange doing such an act of getting music of a person I never met in person,but musically the music was his life. I can't help but smile when I hear his name because I am thinking he is planning that comeback in the recording studio.


From my experience of listening to Michael Jackson as a child and dedicated fan, I am proud of his accomplishments and gift he had as a musician and person. Whatever controversy surrounding his private life, I would  have to say we're all different and we all have our problems like any family out here. Michael has changed the face of this music industry and has inspired me to work hard for my goals of becoming an oil painter. I respect the privacy of his family privacy in this hard time and hopes his music will live on forever.


June 26, 2009
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You're free to do all the things that was denied of you in this life. No longer do you have to deal with ugliness and strife. May your spirit soar to no bounds, no more dealing with the paparazzi hounds. Peace has eluded you for so long; enjoy it; it is yours for the taking. Rest in peace my brother, you will be deeply missed. Gone 2 is only temporary. My God bless you.


Angela W.


June 26, 2009
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I will NEVER believe Michael did anything bad to children...never...never...NEVERLAND...I wish they would shut up about it since he was acquitted. I can remember during that time wishing that I could be his personal social worker/therapist and give him one person to trust.


June 26, 2009
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When i heard the news of Jackson being seriously sick and hopitalized.I got my bible and rosey to pray for him but a few minutes late report started coming in that he was dead. Everything went so fast that i still cant believe that he is dead. How can someone like Michael Jackson Dead? I am so shock and cant believe that he is no longer here. RIP KING

June 26, 2009
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I really dont know what to say anymore but Michael has Gone to soon.

June 26, 2009

We've lost a great artist,

dancer and entertainer,

a loving and caring person.

The world will not see such talent ever again,

once in a lifetime do we get to see the perfection,

the emotion put into his music, his beautiful voice,

the power he had over millions of people

whom he captivated,

the famous moonwalk that drove us crazy,

his incredible dance moves, his whole persona.


Alejandra Infante

SLP, Mexico



June 26, 2009
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To the Family and friends of Michael Jackson,  I am so sorry for your loss.  He was a great entertainer and seemed to be a very kind man.  I am just a fan like so many whom grew up on Michael and his families music.  May he rest in peace finally .  We have no right to judge him .  I pray that his children will be taken good care of by their aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and the village of family members who will look out for them. 




June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson, an amazing artist and thats what i will remember him by. Yes you've herd so many rumors about this man. So what! Everyone expects so much more out of celebrities!

We all grew up with rumors and even started a few of them, and yet its his fault? All the videos you watch of celebrities their always getting asked about rumors. Michael Looked for the good in things,and people. He didn't expect more out of one certain person he thought of all as equal. As you remember Michael saying how as a child he didn't get to play at playgrounds or have much friendships. His dad took away that from him the privlige to have fun. If are parents did that to us we would scream and throw fits and say we hated them. Guess what he wasen't aloud to speak up. It was etheir to record music or go to school. I love  Michael for his Music his style of dance and the smile he puts on my face when i hear billy jean, and another thing you really need a 14 year kid tell you about rumors,,when we all lived through them, god where has everyones brain went ,,on vacation?


love always katie

June 26, 2009
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"Is anybody happier because you passed this way?

Does anyone remember that you spoke to them today?

The da is almost over, and its trying times are through;

Is there anyone to utter a kindly word of you?

Did you give a cheerful greeting to the friend who came along,or a churling sort of Howdy , then vanish in the throng?

Were you selfish pure and simple, as you rushed along your way,

Or is someone mighty grateful for the deed you did today?

Can you say tonight, in parting with the day that's

slipping fast,that you helped a single brother of the many that you passed? Is a single heart rejoicing over what you did or said?

Does the man whose hopes were fading now with courage

look ahead?

Did you waste the day or lose it,was it well or sorely spent?

Did you leave a kindness or a scar of discontent?

As you close your eyes in slumber do you think that God would say, "you have earned one more tomorrow by the work you did today."  RIP MICHAEL JACKSON. YOU STILL LIVE ON

June 26, 2009
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My heart goes out to his family and children. Sadly, I must say that I believe that Michael has finally found peace. He was a great entertainer, but in so many ways not meant for this world, as it is now. I do not, nor will I ever believe that he ever hurt a child. He himself was a 50 year old child. Here is a man that loved fairy tales, loved innocence, and had a pure heart. It was society that made him look like a child preditor. So many of us can not see people for what they truely are...If they are different, they are persecuted. Michael grew up loving Jehovah and knowing the truth. He knew how persecution worked in this system. I take comfort, and hope that his family does also in knowing that he will one day be ressurected to a new system where his gentle loving innocense, and kindness will be appreciated and he will be loved with open arms for who he is, not who he is (king of pop)Jehovah bless and keep you michael until the new system arrives.

June 26, 2009
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I just wanted to give a shout out about the remebrance of the 1 & only Pop King MJ. My twins sisters and I have been listening to MJ music for 27 yrs everyday. Although I have never met MJ and I dont know him personal. It feels like we have a connection with him since we listen and followed him all these yrs. He is not only gifted, talented or an icon but an inspiritation to everyone all over the world (especially the less fortunate countries). I believe MJ was very compasionate, giving, supportative and non-judgemental of different races. He was always giving & supporting the less fortunate countries. Although our father "GOD" has brought him home he will never be forgotten. GOD Bless U Michael Jackson & your family, friends and fans!!

June 26, 2009
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It's so sad that human kind can't see past Michael's differences, or see thru to his heart to know what he has done in his life was done of pure love and kindness. Michael had a gift not only for music and dancing, writing and performing but for helping those in need. He was a true humanitarian.

He has been accused, tried and convicted even though he was acquitted. I believe that the truth will prevail...but wouldn't it be wonderful if man kind didn't always think the worst in people? It's so hard to believe that he is even gone. He seemed larger than life, maybe because I saw his kindness, his true being, his gift. He will be missed dearly by most I think though.

I can only think of one other man who was persecuted for being different and he too paid a dear price. May you rest in peace Michael.

June 26, 2009
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Despite of all the accusations about him, (when ur in the spotlight u become an easy target to be victimized in the blame game) I always had respect for him.   He has deeply inspired me from an early age of 4. I remember the days when my Dad, my brother and I would sit down and look at his videos and sometimes-even dance. I remember so vividly, when we went to get our first Michael Jackson album, on cassette (because that was the thing then) in one of the very few records store at that time in my country( Trinidad). He was one of my childhood heroes. In my opinion he has had the best music videos ever in history of music videos, and I always will look forward to watching them.  It will be felt in all countries as it is here in Trinidad. It’s a pity that society doesn’t appreciate these the goodside of these people when they are alive and now everyone is talking about him when he is dead. It’s a sad thing.No Rock star, pop star or hip-hop star can compare to this man and his influence is very obvious from his appearance to his lyrics. For me and I am sure for many people around the globe he is the biggest music icon ever. 

This man was a prodigy.



June 26, 2009
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MJ was the Man for most of the civilized sad he passed so soon...  But no time would be a good time...  The World should honour him...  I think he should be buried on the we ALL can still have him in our Hearts...and Minds...knowing he's up there moonwalking and loving us like we love him...

Peace and Love MJ...

June 26, 2009
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Every so often there’s a superstar in our midst who’s so deeply paradoxical and polarizing that they generate nearly equal parts of admiration and disgust.


Such was the case with Michael Jackson, the self-proclaimed King of Pop who died unexpectedly at the age of 50.


He was larger than life – a pop-culture icon and brilliant entertainer on par with Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and countless others who never had a chance to grow old in the public eye. His body of work speaks for itself. There’s no question he was a genius in music and dance. Sadly, he only felt comfortable on the stage performing in front of thousands of crazed fans or in the company of children, which is where his life took a disturbing and bizarre turn down a dark tunnel from which he never escaped.


There were stories of abuse he allegedly suffered as a child under an iron-fisted rule by his father, Joe, followed by a series of cosmetic surgeries that transformed a once dashing African-American boy into a disfigured man-child with Caucasian features whose child-molestation accusations, short-lived marriages, financial ruin and legal problems left him frail and reclusive. This dark side made Michael the object of both public curiosity and ridicule.


I was transfixed by the Jackson Five’s songs as a youth and felt a kinship to Michael because we were nearly the same age. It was shocking to see such a little boy with a big voice singing and performing with passion and maturity that were well beyond his years. His music played a prominent part on the soundtrack of my life. “I’ll be There” is one of my all-time favorite songs – one I love so much that I went out and bought a spectacular cover of that tune by Mariah Carey from her MTV Unplugged performance, even though I wasn’t much into her music at the time.


But I’ll never forget when he moonwalked his way into our hearts on March 25, 1983 during a rendition of  “Billie Jean” for a TV special celebrating Motown’s first 25 years, which some have said unofficially marked his transition from child star to an adult sensation. His performance was jaw-dropping. I never saw anything like it and thought he was gliding across the stage with the help of a hidden prop – not the power of his feet.


Just five days before his death, “Don’t Stop ‘til You Get Enough” immediately lured me onto the dance floor at a friend’s birthday party. I thought to myself afterward, ‘wow… what an amazing piece of music. In spite of all his troubles, this guy really knew how to write, sing and perform some unbelievable songs.’


Say what you will about Michael Jackson now that he’s gone. He was never convicted of child molestation, though he settled out of court the first time such charges became public and was acquitted following a legal circus on a second try to put him behind bars. The circumstantial evidence was damning, and for all I know, he could very well have been the monster that was portrayed by the prosecution in his trial. But at the end of the day, I wasn’t 100% sure what happened. It seemed there was enough reasonable doubt between his impassioned plea of innocence and childlike qualities that made many of us wonder whether he was simply guilty of naivete, poor judgment, asexuality or all of the above,


Love him or despise him, apparently, there’s no shortage of others who were as deeply moved by Michael Jackson’s talent as me.


What happened online around the time rumors were rampant across the Internet appears to have been unprecedented. Soon after TMZ broke the scoop, several “outages” were reported on the gossip Web site – a pattern that also occurred with Perez Hilton’s blog, Twitter and the Los Angeles Times, which was the first mainstream media outlet to confirm his death.


And there’s much more to report. Nearly 500 edits were made to Jackson’s Wikipedia profile in less than 24 hours, while CNN reported a fivefold rise in traffic involving an astounding 20 million page views within an hour of the news pulsing across cyberspace. AOL’s instant messenger service, which was down for about 40 minutes, issued a provocative statement which read: “Today was a seminal moment in Internet history. We’ve never seen anything like it in terms of scope or depth.”


The King of Pop was planning a comeback and rehearsed the night before his death for 50 London concerts that were to kick off July 13. It’s a shame we’ll never get to see and hear what he had up his infamous white-gloved sleeve, but at least we’re left with a lasting legacy of pure musical genius that will continue to brighten our lives.


June 26, 2009
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I'm so saddened by Michael Jackson's untimely passing and my prayers go out to his family, children and friends.

I was fortunate to meet the Jackson 5 when I was a young girl when they played here in Las Vegas.  My father took me to see them--it remains one of my fondest memories of time spent with my father.  I sincerely hope everyone around the world will focus on Michaels contributions and the positive impacts he made.  Regardless of the news being reported, speculations, etc, he was a GREAT and FANOMIAL musician who deserves to REST IN PEACE.  We must remember he has children who are left behind and we OWE Michael our respect where they are concerned.  Thank you Michael for giving us a legacy of music that will live on forever! 

June 26, 2009
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Micheal Jackson was a great singer. Too bad he was a freak of nature. A black man who wanted to be a white woman. He was one of the most vulgar music artists of all time. I liked him better when he was still a black man. He was a good singer. But face it, he was a freak.

June 26, 2009
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As I ponder over the loss of Michael Jackson, still in Shock and disbelief, I try to distinguish him into a certain group of immortals that will never be forgotten…

How will he be remembered and for how long? Will our generation’s influence be strong enough to carry over the impact he made in our society…

I only know what I feel and the influence he has on me. I will try to pass it on to my kids and hope that they pass it on to their kids, but once they stop talking about his life in the media and the impact wears on then that is where he may be forgotten…


Beyond being truly talented and a great entertainer, I believe he had the ability to unite the people on a universal level and express peace to all corners of the world…I see the way different cultures, races, and dignitaries from all over the world would respect him.


With that being said, I would consider him as prominent as a world leader or religious leader. I would go as far as to categorize him with a religious leader who spreads good and unity throughout the world and is recognized, respected and welcomed.


I know many won’t feel the same way I do and I respect that and others only see the negative stories that affected his image, but if given the chance, he would have done a lot of good for humanity.


He would express how he wanted to help the children around the world and was crucified for being to close to them…It’s all about how the media reacts and people that try to take advantage of him…Is it wrong to dedicate your life to a cause. People were either envious of him or didn’t understand him.


Michael Jackson did not deserve all the negative attacks he received. He was misunderstood and taken advantage of. We are all human and can only handle so much including the highest ranked dignitaries and legends…


Everyone needs a medium to express themselves to a wide scale and he used music to express peace, unity, and being there and helping one another…


I would petition Michael Jackson as a Saint of Peace and Unity….


Songs to remember :  Earth Song

                     You Are Not Alone

                     Heal The World

                     Will You Be There

                     We Are The World

                     Black or White

                     Man in the Mirror


June 26, 2009
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With Michael Jackson's passing he has done what he has in the past... he has brought the world together in song and remembering the good times.  We need them now. We'll miss you, MJ. There'll never be another.


"Remember the Time"

June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson's death is an extreme loss to the music industry.  Some people may agree that he had an extreme impact on the way we perceive music and the choreography that goes along with it, however I'm SICKENED by the fact this has been a story on all the news outlets for practically 24 since his death.  There are American Soldiers here in Afghanistan and Iraq dieing on a daily basis, but those who've died and are currently dieing are just numbers when it comes to the broadcasting industry.  It's always "4 American Soldiers have died from an I.E.D explosion in Afghanistan" or "7 American Soldiers have died from a wounds suffered in a fire fight northwest of Baghdad."  The news never takes the time to recognize the Soldiers as a person it's always a number.  I bet if we were millionaires or famous we'd be featured in the headline news.  It just sickens me that I have fellow comrades getting killed in the name of the freedom we all enjoy, and when someone famous dies it's like "let's drop every other news headline and talk about some who's made millions of dollars"....WE ARE PEOPLE TOO!!!

June 26, 2009
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browneyes52,i remember michael jackson ever since he was a little boy.michael always had a very giving andloving heart.maybe he can finally rest in peace. to the jackson family michael is well loved by everone. i have lost loveones too.take it one step at a time and keep god in your live. you dont get over a love ones death but it gets easily to deal with over time. god is still in control ilove you and praying for  the jackson family.

June 26, 2009
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Rocky - do you really think the news media is going to cover each and every soldier that is killed in the line of duty? I personally thank you and your comrads for your sevice to our country but my question to you is why can't we give Michael his rememberence? He dedicated 45 years of his life (and was beat by his father to perform by the way) to the entertainment industry and was persucuted for a lot of it in the media. I think the media owes him that much out of respect.

June 26, 2009
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I think he is and always will be respected for what he did, but he never gave his life in defense to our country.  I'm not upset that the media has covered this story.  It's the fact it's been on for over a day now, but they don't take 10 minutes out of their news schedule to cover the fallen Soldiers.  The media should set a window of time to cover fallen military members.  To me and many here in Afghanistan it's being perceived that Michael Jackson is more important than us.  Just take 10-20 minutes out of the day and report on those who've died that day!  That's all!!!!

June 26, 2009
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                        1958 - 2009




June 26, 2009
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i grew up with michael, and the jackson 5 in my house, blasting on our radio, and record player! i knew from the time i could understand that michael was a unique person, he was the best entertainer i have ever seen. so real, so caring. despite of all the rumors let him rest in peace. we dont know his true story we never will, no one will! i truly feel like i lost a part of me yesterday, my childhood and teen memories are shattered. now i know how it felt for my older siblings when elvis passed away. RIP michael, you will live on.

June 26, 2009
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                 A MUSIC LEGEND AN ICON

                     MICHAEL JACKSON





June 26, 2009
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Michael Jackson's name  is one of the most simplistic names, but the power and meaning associated with it is anything but simple.  It feels like a nightmare that no one will wake up from.  No matter what  you thought about his personal life, or should I say what was portrayed in the media, it was the magnitude of what he did not only for music but for American culture is unimaginable.  We all listened and danced but never understood that his kindness, his generosity, his belief in people was understood and felt by people all over the world.  In the most remote corners of the world.  I would put money on the fact that if any of us traveled to any corner of the earth and said the name "Michael Jackson" no language barrier would mask the sadness felt by all.  Those who made fun of and tried to torment him never prevailed.  He knew at the core he was loved.  I pray that those who knew him and were in his life made sure he knew how much he was loved.  Those of you who mocked and chuckled at him I pray that the success you desire is never reached.  You will never know the success Michael knew.  God smiled on him and he smiled on us in return.  I pray Michael knew the Lord and accepted him as his Lord and Savior, so one day we will sit at the foot of the throne in Heaven, together.  May his mother, father, brothers, sisters and most of all his children find some peace in this dark hour.  Now is not a time of sadness it is a time of celebration, Michael did not relish in sadness he let his brilliance and light shine for all to see.  May God lift this heavy burden off of your heart and replace it with peace and happiness.


With all of my love,

Melissa Phillips, Kansas City, MO


June 26, 2009
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Did anyone else pick up on the 911 call that the doctor was performing CPR incorrectly? As per the person that called 911, he said that Jackson was laying on the bed unresponsive, and when the dispatcher instructed caller on how to begin CPR the caller quickly noted that the doctor was already performing CPR. But CPR can not correctly be performed on a bed...anyone with an active CPR certification would know that the person should be laid on a hard surface to be able to give the proper compressions needed to pump the heart, did the doctor not remember that? And with all the money that Jackson was paying this private doctor, did he not have an AED available with him. Something that very well would have saved his life if used within minutes of the beginning of his cardiac arrest.


June 26, 2009
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MJs personal doctor gave CPR on a BED. And it is noted that MJ was given an injection of demerol before he went into cardiac arrest and that MJ had a sort of reaction to the demerol. I see an impending wrongful death lawsuit against that doctor, because something isn't right. As a physician he should have known you don't give CPR on a BED, but on a flat HARD surface where the compressions actually have a chance to DO something.

June 26, 2009
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As a mom, I find the worship of this pedophile disgusting. Yes he was talented in his early years. But later he turned into a dangerous and horrible child predator. One does not pay 20 million dollars to 'shut up' someone who has no case. Its frankly scary that soooo many people are willing to forget his pedophilia thanks to his wealth and fame. Kids have no chance when people like this are made heros.

June 26, 2009
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Who hasn't heard of Michael Jackson! As a kid I was amazed of the things he could do and his music.Who didn't wan't to dance like him. There will never be a Michael Jackson he was and will always be the greatest.


God Bless and protect his kids. They will now truly see how much the World Loved him more than anything else.


He is Moonwalking in Heaven.



Love From,



Puerto Rico




June 26, 2009
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I am very sadden by the loss of THE KING OF POP.  I was actually watching the sports channel when i over heard 2 guys discussing Michael Jackson's death however I didn't believe such a thing because the guys sounded a bit insensitive about the death.  When i turned too CNN they had it all over the screen that Michael Jackson was announced dead around 4:26pm.  I was heart broken I loved Michael Jackson I grew up to his music. 


No matter what the media said about Michael Jackson, or what the courts accused Michael Jackson of doing I still loved him so very much and his music gave me chills. I never once believed the accusations against Michael.


He never preached hate, he never came out against the media aggressively, He was always kind hearted and soft spoken may God rest his soul.


Because of Michael Jackson, African American music was FINALLY played on radio, Tv, etc....


It is sad that we lost the joy and happiness of the King of Pop's music.


Michael Jackson's death is not the only sad part to the story, but the fact that after his death CNN and other television report stations have the nerve to bring back old memories of his lawsuits and horrible accusations of child molestation.  It is sickening that the media cannot give Michael a break. THE MAN IS DEAD. No one ever makes a big deal about homosexuals doing their thing, about prostitutes out on the streets selling themselves for pay or about bad presidents out making unjust war crimes.  But, because Michael Jackson was a multi billionaire, a pop star, THE KING OF POP, and African American, the media just cant seem to get over his bad memories.


Get over it Michael Jackson had a rough childhood actually he never really had a childhood.  So what if he loved children so much, so what if he slept in the same bed with other peoples children he had his reasons that doesn't make him a child molester.  There's alot of sick people in this world but unfortunately there's always fingers pointing towards African Americans especially famous successful African Americans.


Today we have a BLACK PRESIDENT so i think the world needs to wake up and grow up and realize that African Americans made history for us to and that Michael Jackson made history for the African American music artists, he gave them hope he have them belief that they could some day be like him and make their music popular world wide known.



CNN can be very sickening at times especially after death get over it leave Michael alone, get your facts together and know and believe he was not a child molester he was a good man and loved by many fans and family.


R.I.P Michael Jackson we love you and will always love you for who you were and what you made of yourself and your music will always live on even though you are no longer with us today.



June 26, 2009
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I Morn and Celebrate with everyone that was touched at least once by MJ(which was the World).

To me we lived in a World of black and white before Michael came on the scene with Billy Jean & Thriller etc. He was THE Icon of the 80's- if yr 45-30 than you know- it was all about Mike. You wanted to dance like him - Sing like him -He defined video, visual & clothing style and dance style and set the tone there on out for what true Entertainment was considered to be.





June 26, 2009
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No, I and proably many more moms, think he is NOT Moonwalking in Heaven. Pedophiles belong in hell. No matter how great a talent he was...and I do think he was... in the end he was a pedophile and a freak. Don't forget how he paid at least 2 women to manufacture babies for him so he could have his own chidren to do whatever he wanted with at home. He probably wanted them because he got tired of paying out millions to other families who sued him for getting too freaky with their kids. I am amazed that so many can be so blind and not call this guy what he was... a pervert.

June 26, 2009
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I love MJ as much as the next person and I personally never bought into the ridiculous controversy about him. I just wonder about how since his death the coverage of the post-election protests in Iran have nearly disappeared. MJ is an icon and he will be missed but let's have some perspective. US news often lacks substance and only reports on what is most popular at the time, not what is most important.

June 26, 2009
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My dad and stepmother several years agao like maybe 15 were driving from Miss., thru La. to get back to Texas and they stopped for gas and quess who drove up beside them, Micahel Jackson,  My stepmother was so smitten that she was afraid to ask but she did and got a photo of her and Michael. She is in a nursing home now and probably doesn;t remember but she was very proud of the picture.  I would like to ask in case someone might know "Why did Michael always wear those bands around his right are?  Just curious, also during the making of Black or White did he brak his right forarm

June 26, 2009
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Jeff Eicoff

I grew up with his music in 6th grade. He voice was amazing and sent us feelings in our bodies that we never felt before. I feel for his family. But his loss could of been prevented with intervention years ago but Mr. Jackson was surrounded by YES people. Those are people who give whatever they can to be involved without feeling the the real outcome. Mourning Jeff Eicoff

June 26, 2009
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I would like to know why did Michael Jackson wear bands around his right arm in a lot of his music videos.  I would also like to say that he was only 4 years younger than I am and the man had done a lot in his lifetime, why not just let him rest in peace there is nothing we can do and if drugs had anything to do with it then just try and keep this from happening again but please just let Michael and his family be in peace and treasure the time they had ith him.  God Bless

June 27, 2009
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My prayers go out to the Jackson Family. I've been a fan of the Jackson's since I was a kid and I introduced their music to my kids.  One man Michael Jackson touched everyone around the world. But the thing that is most sad is that other countries embraced him as the icon that he is but our own country the United States did more harm to him than good.  They tore him down mentally with all the stories and allegations trying to taint his image.  The United States see that he was loved by the world it doesn't matter if he was black or white.  Now Leave him alone at peace!


June 27, 2009
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I don’t understand people. Here is an adult male who sexually abused kids. Yet people consider him an idol? True Michael Jackson was found not guilty of committing any crime, but come on…OJ Simpson, Robert Blake, R name a few. Michael Jackson was a pedophile and he paid millions to those kids families for them to keep their mouths shut. What normal adult male would sleep with in bed with children who were not his? What if he slept in bed with your kids, would it change your opinion then?

I do not understand how people can overlook this issue. Take away his fame and money, if he were to face the same charges he would have been found guilty.

Come on people, look beyond his music, Michael Jackson was a pedophile.


June 27, 2009
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June 27, 2009
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I don't recall he was convicted except some of the opinion in the public but in court the jury didn't find him guilty correct?  He was a talent, he was not an ordinary guy.  Mortals don't know what really occured right?  There was a lot of monetary motive for people to accuse him.  No he didn't use Common Sense in certain dealings of his life but He has now met his maker and the Lord knows.  His debts will now be settled by the earnings from all the music people are down loading.  I hope he knows this somehow that all his debts will be paid.

June 27, 2009
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Even in my short life, Michael Jackson has inspired my life and has motivated me to be ME no matter what anyone thinks... From the Jackson 5's 'I'll Be There' to Michael's sentimental 'Childhood', he has always been an uplifting image in my life... He's finally at rest after all of his stressful endeavors... So, atleast for now, let's give him his wish: PEACE... I LOVE YOU... MY WHOLE ENTIRE FAMILY DOES!!! Your music will still forever live on! My name isn't Billie Jean, but you are THE ONE who will even get the chance to inspire my children's lives... and they're not even close to being conceived... YOU ARE SOMETHING SPECIAL!!! LOVE YOU, ENTERTAINER!!!




June 27, 2009
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Michael ur 'Thriller'ing 'History' will live in our memory for eternity.Iff lyf had given you 'One more Chance'..We  really didn't know that 'This is it'... Havens is 'Thrilled' and Earth feels 'Bad'.. Forgive those who were against you..May your soul rest in Peace..





June 27, 2009
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I grew up with the Jackson 5 and Micheal Jackson. Growing up in the 60s and 70s were quite interesting. His music was uplifting and always got you in the mood to dance. As a young girl I was not allowed to put his posters on my walls I had to place them behind my bedroom door. That didn't stop me from gazing and dancing as young girls did back then.

He was a brilliant musical artist and I fear our last icon. He knew how to touch with his music, he grabbed your soul and lifted it quite high.

I send prayers to his children and family. Hold his essence and love close to your heart and shut out everything else.

God Bless those who mourn over the next few weeks. He will be missed but will live on forever in his music.

June 27, 2009
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He was black. He was a successful black man who decided he wanted to be white. Don’t you think he’s a little pissed off? Don’t you think he was a little embarrassed when he watched the first black president get sworn in? His “skin disease” and unconfirmed cancer might be real and it might not, but he changed his body to not play up the characteristics of a normal black person. To him, it wasn’t about being white, it’s about being able to live in America with every possible advantage. And he thought being white was an advantage. What does that mean?

June 27, 2009
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Look at Snoop Dogg. Snoop lived and grew up in the ghetto. He sold rocks because that’s what he had to do to survive. That’s damn near heroic in the right light, and romantic in any other. You think Snoop Dogg wants his kids to grow up like that? Of course not! Would you? He has trust funds and favors for his kids. Snoop had to hustle and steal to survive on the street, and the only thing his art let him realize is that rich white people hustle and steal in the courtroom. Laws, property, inheritance, copyrights and patents on music and art. These are the things that fortunes are won and lost on. Michael Jackson met Paul McCartney and Paul said “Michael! Invest in songs! Own the rights to the best music and you’ll always be rich!” Michael thought that was a great idea so he bought the entire Beatles catalogue. Michael was simultaneously acquiring the rights to and creating pop music that would define an era; only by owning those could he really be the “King of Pop. Where do the rights to that music go now that the King of Pop is dead? Realize that this is a fortune  floating around in entertainment world, and there will be a whole subset of people who are rich just because they were affiliated with Michael in a frivolous way. A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more money than a whole army with guns.

June 27, 2009
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aliceGaryIN: Michael I am so saddened and hurt, the pain of losing you is so deep. I love you Michael and in my heart you will always live. We grew up together and I will always cherish the days my friends and I would get on the bus on 5th go to your house and watch you and your brothers sing and dance. I use to live at 412 Durbin St.Gary,IN and was born in 1957. In my heart I will always remember you as a very sweet and loving friend. When you and your brothers became the Jackson 5 all of Gary Indiana was so proud of yous, especially for those of us that were your childhood friends and use to hang out with you. I use to go to West Side High School on 9th and Gerry and in 1969 when the Jackson 5 was going to do their first real huge concert, my school actually set up a field trip so that we could go see yous perform live in Chicago,IL. at what use to be, back in the day, The Amphitheater. Diana Ross would introduce yous and the audience went crazy! I feel blessed to have known you personally because even with all the ups and downs that would come during your career, I knew that the sweet loving little boy i use to hang around with was still the real you in your heart. I cry as i write this because it's so shocking that you've passed, but at the same time I'm greatful to the Lord that you are no longer in pain and now rest in peace. I pray to the Lord that you will be brought back home to Gary, IN. and buried here because this is where it all started. My prayers go out to your family and children. May u rest in peace. Amen. I will always love you and remember you. Your friend through eternity, Alice

June 27, 2009
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RIP Michael Jackson! Lets get MJ his day! Sign his Petition!


Forward this link on to friends!

June 27, 2009
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June 27, 2009
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I was in Las Vegas one night, east side of town I think on Pecos Road, nice area. Probably around at least 13 but could have been up to 18 years ago.  There was a big black stretch limo parked outside in the no-parking zone along the curb of an Albertson's. In Vegas, that wouldn't be too unusual. I was there buying groceries at about 1:30 in the morning..they are open 24 hours and it is much cooler late at night to go grocery shopping.  I start getting milk, and notice Michael Jackson, gloves and all and sunglasses for some reason, which might have been up on his brow, kind of bent over a little bit and picking through the Yogurt selection. He didn't look up or to the side. I just left him alone - I was kind of in shock. I went on my business not wanting to disturb him. He was kind of a little guy. I thought for a second it might be an impersonator, but no impersonator would have had that giant of a limo outside...which looked like a personal limo - i don't recall seeing the licensing markings on it  - which it woud have had if it was for hire.  It is not too unusual to see stars casually in Vegas if you live there long enough.


June 27, 2009
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michael jackson was the best of all, until now i just can't believe that he left us, it is hard for me to believe. but i just wonder how hard it is for his family at this time, including those little kids who probably still don't realize that they have lost their father.

michael jackson even if he is gone! but he still the legend and the best of all in America and around the worlds,

all Congolese say Michael R.I.P

June 27, 2009
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I loved Michael Jackson. He was a true honest person who always gave love and spoke truth. In every interview he did he always exhibit love and showed care for people. Nobody on this planted except for Jesus could truly relate to how Michael felt inside. I am totally confident and convinced that God, who gave us Michael Jackson, called him up to heaven so that the king of pop can sing and give praise to the King of glory. Michael we will always love you and miss you. God Bless!  

June 27, 2009
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when i got the news that the king is gone, i cry because i couldn't believe it,

but where he is at least he will be in peace than here where they torture him with so many lies in the media, since i was born until now i have known only him as the best singer, and i remember myself in the bathroom singing as he does, i loved him so much!

now that he is gone i just feel like i have a really bad broken heart, i wish there could be another way to bring him back to life! but GOD only know why he left us today at this time, what else can i say? i love him and i love all of his family still i will always remember you jackson.

may your spirit rest in peace!

June 27, 2009
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I grew up listening  to Michael Jackson in Bklyn. Too me he was the greatest, i seen the Jackson5 at the Paranount and at the Apolo in Harlem. I always wished I could have afford to see him as an adult, but it was too expensive! He is the greatest and will always be, no one  can fit in his shoes!  I loved him and am deeply sadden by this loss!  My Heart Crys!

As for his Father - Your son suffered enough, he has now found inner peace,you will pay the price when it is your time to reach those pearly white gates. You should be ashamed of yourself!

June 27, 2009
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what is with everybody glamorizing a child molester?? yes he contributed to the music industry, but he still molested children?? i know he was never convicted,neither was O.J!!!!!  QUIT IT WITH THE TRIBUTES,WHAT IF IT WAS YOUR CHILDREN?? OH THAT'S RIGHT YOU'D BE WEALTHY BECAUSE HE WOULD HAVE PAID YOU OFF TOO FOR SCREWING UP YOUR KIDS LIFE!!!!!

June 27, 2009
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My father, who owned a limo service, was fortunate enough to drive Michael Jackson in the late 70's. His 1st thrill was the Beatles arriving in U.S 2nd time. Though the massive crowds were, as we've seen on documentaries for the Beatles, totally out of control, the day my dad drove MJ he had quite an experience. He literally had to 'hide' MJ at a friends garage in midtown to get away from the crowds. Michael was able to eat, play cards and really enjoyed that stay. Prior to this memorable day, my brother unfortunately was in a car accident a few weeks before. My dad, spending a few hours with him told Michael Jackson what had happened. MJ asked my dad if he can call him at home. He just got out of the hospital and was a huge fan. I at the time age 15, answered the phone and hung up on him thinking it was a prank. What a fool I felt like when he and my dad called back! We will always remember him being kind. For the few seconds I spoke to him I recall a sweetness in his voice. I remember being nervous saying how sorry I was to have hung up and that both my dad and brother's name are Michael too. Mr. Jackson sent my dad back with a feel better letter..thank god you're alive to my brother along with his autograph. Unfortunately this was stolen from my brother in the early 80's and never saw it again. What remains though is his warm nature. We've seen it. The world as seen it. May he finally rest in peace.

June 27, 2009
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I don't feel Michael is gone for his music will live forever.  I remember The Victory Tour.  I was so excited it was my chance to camp out overnight for tickets.  My friends and I got our sleeping bags and our ticket money together and I was ready.  With all my enthusiasm told my older brother my friends and I were camping out all night to get Michael Jackson tickets.


My brother smiled sweetly and said “give me your money and give me your friends money too, girls don’t have any business sleeping outside you don’t know what could happen”.  Well that’s my big brother.  And I thank God for him.  He’s kept me out of mounds of trouble.  The same brother who drove from the University of Georgia (Athens, GA) to Jacksonville, FL in the pouring rain to see The Jackson’s Victory Tour.  Though it was raining and showing no signs of stopping we kept going.  Miraculously show time and the clouds rolled away.  What a show!  I remember seeing Janet and Katherine Jackson in their seats watching the show.  We were close enough for me to boast we were on the same row as Mrs. Jackson.


Later the Victory Tour added another date.  The city was Atlanta, Georgia.  We did the happy dance.  My mom was added to our group and we were ready for the show.  The entire carload who saw the show the first time plus mom.  The show started and everyone was up on their feet dancing, singing and yelling.  I couldn’t believe I was seeing my mom standing on the chair dancing and enjoying the show.  Of course her first words were “Aren’t these people going to sit down”.  What a show, what a show.  There was so much positive energy, good feelings and general happiness.  For the time of the concert it didn’t seem anyone had a care in the world.  I’ve been to many concerts and been in a number of large crowds but during Michael’s time when his star was shinning brightest there was nothing like it.


June 27, 2009
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when listening to the 911 call I can clearly see a problem. Why is it a "Doctor" had to be told to put someone on the floor to perform C.P.R.?? Was he REALLY trying to save his life?

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson inspired my two sons to

explore the music and entertainment world when they where 7 and 8 years old. They use to have concerts in our

garage. We will miss him but we will never forget the lessons learned from



There are 2 questions I would like to ask, 1. What drove him into isolation?


2. If he could bring people together

for great songs and acts of humanity why can't the people now come together and honor him and his work by carrying on his concerts as a tribute to a life well live.  That's the kind of Love he

showed us.

June 27, 2009
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The World weeps,he was a World wide Icon.I'm begging President Obama to invite the family of Michael's to let his body lay in state in Washington D.C the Natiions Capitol.He has met with Presidents,Wowed Kings and Queens saved children all over the world.How many of us has done that?Michael is due to be treated like the Royal KING he was.Give the WORLD a chance to say goodby to it's ICON

June 27, 2009
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mj was a drug addict and a child molester he should not be in a class with elvis or frank sinatra so he had a few good songs people should remember good people like farrah and ed

June 27, 2009
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mj was a drug addict and a child molester he should not be in a class with elvis or frank sinatra so he had a few good songs people should remember good people like farrah and ed

June 27, 2009
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It makes me so happy to see the outpour of love for Michael. He was a true humanitarian and I believe the closest thing to pure mankind we have ever seen.  He was so widely misunderstood, but I understood him perfectly.

What hurts is that there are still so many, even after his death calling him a child molester. There was never any evidence only allegations. Think about it..if your child was molested would you really accept money to not go to court and have the molester put away for life? And if you would, what kind of human and parent does that make you? or at least try to put him away? No, the normal human would not accept any amount of money to make it go away.

Even if I were living in the ghetto and poor, I wouldn't accept hush money if my child was hurt and would spend the rest of his life dealing with that. So for all you accusers out the case, do more research before you are so quick to judge. Unless you are the kind of person that believe everything you hear without factual evidence.

God will judge Michael for any skelatons in his closet.

When you die, do you want people to remember you for your skelatons or the good you have in you?

June 27, 2009
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just found out what they are going to do with mjs body melt it down into plastic make legos outa him and that way little boys can play with him again!!

June 27, 2009
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he oded lady not only a molsester but a addict!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

June 27, 2009
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Every single news agency had cars rushing past me doing a hundred miles an hour as I was driving on Wilshire Blvd yesterday in West Los Angeles. I knew where they were trying to get to. UCLA Medical center where Michael Jackson had just been pronounced dead.


As I drove to the gym thinking to myself what Michael Jackson meant to me, I enjoyed a lovely variety of MJ music on any radio station that I would tune in to. I'm starting with the man in the Mirror, I'm asking him to change his ways.... I love that song.


As I arrive at the gym, I realize that this man has affected more lives in his 50 years than most of us ever will if we lived 20 life times. But then I think of his last interview. An interview where he kept mentioning the point of how he was beaten and emotionally abused by his father at a young age. How he was forced to practice when the rest of the family got to play. How his nickname from his father was "big nose". How he would be beat by his father with whips and hangers.


And yet we all wonder why as a grown man this guy was playing with kids. MAYBE because he never had a childhood. MAYBE because he is a memory of our childhood and yet he can't remember his own. MAYBE because he tried to live his childhood through those childred by letting them have what he never did. As we all grow up, we have two directions to go to in life. TWO. Nothing more, nothing less. There is no middle ground.

ONE = we become exactly as our parents were as we were raised. If they hit us, we hit our kids. if they were nice to us, we are nice to our kids.

TWO = we become the exact opposite. if our parents hit us, we decide we will never do that to our kids our spouses. If they were too nice, we become rebellious and sometimes forget where we came from.


Why is it so hard to understand why he was the way he was. He liked to make people happy. The low life parents of kids who couldn't take care of themselves, sent their kids over there to hang out and then when they saw the opportunity to make money, sued this guy and got "undisclosed" amounts of money. by the way, it's not undisclosed... IT WAS 20,000,000.00 that's 20 MILLION dollars.


In a society where if a guy taps the back of your car, we run to our jewish attorney, and our Iraninan chiropractor because they bring us the most amount of money back.. MAYBE even 10 grand, why is it so hard to believe that 20 Million is a VERY good reason to make up a lie?


NOW, it has not even been 24 hours and all the news channels have gone from "Michael Jackson...An Icon Lost" to "Michael Jackson...An Icon on Prescription drugs, and in debt for 400 mill, and his kids are going to be screwed". NICE. The sad part is this is what sells.


A week from now, we will all be here wondering if it's Demerol or Oxy-Cotton that killed him. DOES it matter? If he was being enabled by vulture doctors who get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to give him prescribed medications, why are we thinking less of him? The first time you are caught doing drugs, or alcohol or smoking by your parents, DIDN'T they ask you where you got it from? We should be looking at who these bastards were that profitted from this and less at what MJ's short commings in life were.


If you want to find out why he tood what he took just look at yourself in the mirror. You were the one that bought the papers that read "WACKO JACKO". We were the ones that convicted him even though he was cleared TWICE.


And now in death, everyone sits here and talks about what MJ meant to them. Let me tell you what he did for me. He gave me music. Peace of mind. Music that I can listen to, relate to, and escape to from reality. He made videos that made me record them and then watch them in slow motion to see how the hell he can lean like that or moon walk like that. That's what he did. I don't care if he had personal problems. WE ALL DO. Difference is the world doesn't watch us and laugh at us everytime we fall. We simply shrug it off, look around to see if someone saw us fall, and carry on. IF someone saw it, we do a little shuffle and pretend like we meant to do it.


SO, in closing, let me just say, let the man rest in peace. YOU WOULD NOT LIKE IT IF YOUR CLOSE FAMILY MEMBER PASSED AWAY AND THE WHOLE WORLD WATCHED AND PICKED APART ALL THEIR SHORT FALLS. You would want them to be remembered for who they were. AN ICON.............



DISCLAIMER____ do not take this note as a bashing session on the media. FAR from it. The media is only fueled by the public demand. It's meant as a note to self reflect.



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June 27, 2009
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I must agree with the person who said that Michael Jackson is bigger than God. Not to say he is better or more powerful, but is more followed, loved, and acknowledged.  First of all, this world has proven incapable of putting aside our differences and working as one to fight hunger, or poverty, or pollution, or AIDS, or terrorism, as Michael urged us all to do, to unify as one HUMAN race regardless of race religion or other, to solve our common problems, yet we can all come together in our love for Michael Jackson and to mourn him as one unified sorrowful force. There is no religion in this world with unified members that can come together in the numbers that Michael Jackson fans have continued to over the decades. He is the most recognized name, face, figure in the history of the world, only after Jesus Christ himself. He has continued to send a message of love and compassion, to give of himself, and to love those who persecuted him and to pray for them. He worked to live by Jesus’ example and to be an example for his fans to the best of his ability, although no one is perfect, he used his money (he gave over 300 million of his OWN personal money to charity in his lifetime) and power to change the lives of millions. I know many people personally who would not be alive today had it not been for Michael and his influence, myself included. There is even an organized religion of over 100,000 people who believe that Michael is the messiah! I am a Christian (thanks to Michael’s influence as a child) and do not believe he is the messiah, but there are people who believe it whole heartedly because he truly tried to live a life that was acceptable to God. He was thankful for the many blessings he had received and tried to help others to have faith. I pray his message, vision, and purpose are not lost in the media lies and hate that many have created for him. His good deeds go widely unnoticed as he did not seek praise for his works. His great dream was a world children’s holiday where people show their respect and honor for children and childhood. I hope this dream will be realized in his memory. Michael was chosen by God to make a difference here, and I believe he did, in fact more than any one other person in history.  Oh and yeah he was also a talented entertainer… too bad that’s the only part most people will ever know. I pray he will find the peace in death that no one would allow him in life.

June 27, 2009
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unwanted333... this is a tribute page not a hate page and just so you know Elvis was a drug addict, and Michael was found NOT GUILTY by a jury of his peers, and both the kids who accused him have publicly admitted to lying for money. Michael gave more money tpo charity than anyone in histrpy other than Oprah so he is a good person who should be remembered

June 27, 2009
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After I have sat here and read alot of these posts, I am starting to get angry....if we all agree that he was this outstanding did he get to the postion he was in? Do anyone of us really believe that he was capable of the allegation against him? I know me personaly, if I had the money and resources to facilitate a rehabilitation program for children I would. And if that child said to me they were afraid and they wanted to lay in bed with second thoughts I would be right there. Where are those now that accussed him? Greed, greed. I hope you are all happy!

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson was an amazing artist. He has done many great things in helping the underprivilaged and had great conviction in his causes. His childhood was an abuse that should be prosicuted. With that said, this man had an addiction,(I know first hand how it feels.)I was one of the few blessed, got treatment and have been clean and sober for 16 years.

Where were all of the so called great friends, family, loved ones? they still today denie his addiction.this does not help, it hurts him. The real man that wanted to help is Dr. Depok. He tried,knew the truth and confronted it. all the other so called friends just denied and enabled him. If anyone of them confronted him on his use of scripts or tried to help, not denie and ignore the problem.Our Great Michael Jackson would still be with is a very sad day when your friends and family allow such self destructive behavior. It takes courage and tremendous Love for an intervention of this kind. That is yet to be seen! RIP Michael love forever

June 27, 2009
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For Reza...your message here was so touching, thank you. I have many amazing memories over the past 40 years of watching and growing with Michael as well. Your words truly touched me.

For! Your post brought tears and you are exactly right. I believe that Michael was the closest thing to pure that we as humans will ever know outside of Jesus Christ. I couldn't agree with you more that he was CHOSEN by GOD to be who he was. Jesus as I recall didn't have an easy life either and he was the Mesiah.

I have had a lot of anger hearing people speak badly of him and believing the accusations that were made years ago but after reading your post, I am going to start praying for those. Michael did so much for the world, I still can't believe he's gone. Thank you for your words!

June 27, 2009
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this is a tribute page and not a discussion forum. Please flag all hate messages as "violations".  I posted my thoughts and flagged numerous posts.  NOT to censor, but to stick with the reason of this page. We can have a discussion about his life elsewhere.

June 27, 2009
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That is true, Michael's message has always been love without judgement. I am a better person because of his commitment to reciting the messages that we all need to live by. I would rather be made fun of listening to his messages of hope, joy and love than some hard rock message of drunk, sex and pain. You do the math, I doubt very much if any of these so called "trendy bands" would outshine this gentlemans legacy.I stand tall and proud to be a fan and committed follower of MJ!

I am committing myself to emulate his message of love and I hope to God that some day I can be as caring, loving and unafraid of unconditional love as he has shown to us. Anyone that has made fun of him should take a look at the man in the mirror; you have alot to learn. I am sorry that you all didn't get to know the really MJ.

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson was an amazing artist. He has done many great things in helping the underprivilaged and had great conviction in his causes. His childhood was an abuse that should be prosicuted. With that said, this man had an addiction,(I know first hand how it feels.)I was one of the few blessed, got treatment and have been clean and sober for 16 years.

Where were all of the so called great friends, family, loved ones?they still today denie his addiction.this does not help, it hurts him. The real man that wanted to help is Dr. Depok. He tried,knew the truth and confronted it. all the other so called friends just denied and enabled him. If anyone of them confronted him on his use of scripts or tried to help, not denie and ignore the problem.Our Great Michael Jackson would still be with is a very sad day when your friends and family allow such self destructive behavior. It takes courage and tremendous Love for an intervention of this kind. Yet to be seen!RIP Michael love forever

June 27, 2009
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Thank you Medteacher.

June 27, 2009
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Looks like Jesse Jackson is here to save the day, like the rest of the blood suckers who are accomplices to this tragic result. All he does is promote racism, while MJ broke down those walls long ago. I think there are going to be real people who really care to mae sure this doesn't happen again; and that MJ's "handlers" get charged with criminal negligence. Every doctor who didn't give him the help he needed will pay off MJ's debts and rot in jail.  RIP MJ

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson, was the greatest of them all in my opinion my father think it was Elvis my Grand father think it was Little Richard, fats Domino, Chuck Berry, MJ James Brown.


MJ did a lot of good things for people around the world. Every race and colour love MJ. MJ was popular amongst Black, White, Yellow, Red peoples of the world. Before MJ, black musician wouldn't able to compete the best wasn't on top the laws of segregation also control the music industry.


African American, music was plagiarism.  Lost is the reality that rock `n' roll was actually born out of the belly of Black blues music and raised by Black artists in the 1950s in smoke-filled clubs along Beale Street in Memphis, 47th Street in Chicago and 125th Street in Harlem. In the end, White artists made the money, and White America was finally able to openly embrace and dance to the music, which they had long listened to on Black-formatted radio stations in the privacy of their homes. There were only a handful of White radio disc jockeys Freed on his late-night Moondog Show on WJW in Cleveland was one who dared to play songs by Black artists. For giving the real credit to Black artists, Freed was ridiculed by Whites and subjected to threats and harassment by the government.


By the way I am white and a British woman age 21, my grand-father told me, and he know everything about modern music that the Kings of Rock & Roll was Little Richard, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, and Bo Didley. Without these men Rock & Roll, would have NOT existed. Jazz, Rock Roll, Soul, Blues, are all African American music. In the 1980s Michael wasn't allowed on MTV segregation continue it was CBS Record (now sony music) that told MTV if Michael music wasn't played they would remove all their artist from they station and CBS said they will create a music station for themselves. This is why MTV, start playing MJ and for the first time in US history a black musician was given the same opportunity to compete and has we all know MJ out sold everyone 750 million world wide.  MJ is a decent kind man, people who still to this day believe in racism is the ones that make up lies about him.  They are upset that MJ, is so popular these same people believe in segregation.  MJ didn’t see colour and may of these hateful people hate what MJ, sang about unity of GOD Children.  Doesn’t matter if you are black or white and that the real truth.   

June 27, 2009
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Pastor Gregory Dickow from Lifechangers International Church on Sunday June 21st (Father's Day), prophesies hope to Michael Jackson.

Watch this great video on YouTube.


Life Changers International Church Website:

June 27, 2009
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i have been and always will be a michael jackson fan. i'm still in denial and could not believe that he is gone. i adored him with all of my heart since i was a kid. i remember staying up late to watch his interviews on tv, buying newspapers and magazines whenever he is in any of them and wishing that one day i will be able to see him in person performing on stage. now, that wish will never come true. i believe that he was a genuinely good human being, who desired to give happiness to everybody who looks up to him.  i will never stop listening to his music because i know that eventhough he's not physically here anymore, he will forever live in his legacy, his songs. i will miss him dearly, may he rest in peace!

June 27, 2009
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I am still in total SHOCK! of the death of Michael Jackson he was an ICON! when I received the phone call from my brother, I told him stop playing a joke on me, it is impossible that he is dead, and than I started flipping thru the channels on TV and went online and could not believe IT!  Tears welled up in my eyes because I remember his music. I grew up with his music, I am 50 years old. And his music was what we danced to when I was growing up. I always dreamed of seeing him in concert, but never was able to get tickets. I always watched every show he ever made , even his cartoons. He was another ICON like ELVIS which was also my other IDOL!  He was a very misunderstood man that all he wanted was to do good in this ugly world . I don't  believe Michael ever harmed any child, because he was a child himself and he believed in all the children of the world regardless of race and color and now he is at peace and doesn't have to suffer anymore within himself. His family and fans are the ones that will miss him and suffer his loss.  May his children continue his legacy of such a great MAN, PERFORMER, ENTERTAINER,  ARTIST, SON,AND  FATHER !  May his family take comfort in knowing that he was loved by the whole NATION! I will always remember  him as that beautiful little boy that made me fall in love with his music.  REST IN PEACE MICHAEL YOU WILL BE MISSED! FOREVER AND ICON IN HISTORY!  WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER AND GOD BLESS YOU!



June 27, 2009
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How do we do that, separate ourselves from everyone’s thinking, especially when you want to associate yourselves with someone else’s... while my heart weep for the death M J.  I weep for myself, because I think no one would ever understand your pain but you, no one really knows how you got to this moment…MJ I will remember you for your music, your passion and pain will always be part of your music I love so much.  Your life touched my life, and most of all I will remember your pain.  Your heart is forever at peace now, now more pain for you my friend and your legacy will live on in the hearts of me, and everyone else…

MJ you are an icon, you will always be the King of Pop, and the people who love your music also try to bring you down without really listening to you the man.  Now the impact of MJ the great legend passing brought the world to its knees in greave knowing that there will never be another to take your place, and who would want to replace MJ…not me  


June 27, 2009
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I remember working in the Mall when MJ was at his highest. For years people came dressed liked him in the mall & the store I worked in & always kept his stuff to sell. Too many memories of singing "Ill be there as a child" for me to share. I hope CNN will keep his memory going for we are the generation that listens to CNN, we are the generation that grew up with MJ. I know about pain, I think he was a icon, & anything mixed up is only a result of that from childhood on...If it was meds all I can say is shame on the helpers in his life for his dancing would give him legitimate reasons for being in pain & tolerance is a real problem for long term care but a real doctor knows how to help with this. He is a Legend and I feel blessed to have got the opportunaity to gain from his brillant artistic life. He will be missed and for those of us that grieve it does help to see coverage. Thanks CNN keep it up for the King of Pop, the Legend will live on forever in his Music.

June 27, 2009
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michael was a decent person he cared about family and he cared about his friens and fans we will  miss him we the fans will play his music forever and yes there are people that need to leave him alone he didn't do any of those things that were said about him he is not a child molester he is a very good human being or should i say he was and will always be. we love you michael i am a very very big fan and i will forever love you. my heart goes out to you family and i send them all my love and suport. love you michael. marilyn

June 27, 2009
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When I was 7 I would lose myself to Michael Jackson's "Thriller," twirling around my  bedroom for hours, with my cat, a foul-tempered chihuahua and sometimes my brother playing the parts of other "zombies."


Michael's music brought light and energy to a dark childhood in rural North Carolina. But I guess I could have been in Africa, Paris, London or Tokyo.


These last days' pictures of people mourning Michael worldwide have reminded me of music's unifying power, and that true creativity outlives us all.


Artists like Michael will always carry more strength and sway than those in the world who must use force to get their power.


In his own life I hope he found at least a little of the joy he gave so many.


Beth, North Carolina

June 27, 2009
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i would just like to say that it took 16 yrs. for all my 12 doctors to tell me i have fibromyalgia--treated by prescription meds. i have now thought deeply about the use of  these prescriptions, not only becauase of micael jackson but also anna nicloe smith. one doc of mine has told me that excersise and hot tubs helps just as much. so i now will no longer let the drugs control me, i will control the disease with other options. this should be a lesson not only to celebs, but to everyone in the world. we do not need meds for chronic pain, it will be difficult, but i have faith that others will head these very severe warnings. livelovelife forever

June 27, 2009

i used to listen the michael jackson everyday when Thriller came out, i used to try and be an impersonator. i ahd a glove, hat, black pants and white shirt with glitter socks and iused to dance in my backyard e jena, and i used to do the moonwalk......


i listened everyday and he was my favorit e musician.  Ive met some of his relatives.


he wasdevery artists favorite for at least awhile  andi misshim

D Unknoen

June 27, 2009
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is it me or do michaels kids not look anything like him, are they really his biologial children. It sure dosent look like they are

June 27, 2009
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June 27, 2009
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His talent is legend, his life was troubled and full of controversy yet he was an ICON  who changed the POP music without doubt.And he will be remembered by most of us.

June 27, 2009
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I am just very saddened with the way Michael has been handled! He was lonely in life and is lonely in death! no one rode in the helicoper with him or anything! its jut very sad that he was left in the care of “strangers” I have been stuck to the tv whatching CNN and have just been very unhappy with the way he has been cared for by his family! Something special should have taken place!! I know Michael would not have wanted an autopsy! he was toooo private for that! he had a probelm when they had to take a pic of his private area, when he was going through the trial series of events! its just sad!! i feel sooo sorry for him as he was a very giving person and loved everyone!!


June 27, 2009
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Despite his contributions to charitable causes, Michael Jackson was a mere entertainer. Many people have died who contributed far more to the world through their actions in their chosen professions in science, politics, social activism (not least of which was Iran’s Neda) and yet they are not mourned nor their death covered to such an extent as was Michael Jackson’s. Sadly, the American news services, evidently driven by profits that in turn are driven by a disinterested public, abandons all other news in favor of covering Michael Jackson’s death. People – get over it!


I can’t help but think how conveniently Michael Jackson’s death plays into the hands of Ahmadinejad, Khamenei, et al who will use this lull in coverage of the fraudulent Iranian elections and the resulting protests, to complete their crackdown against their own people. Were I as much of a conspiracy theorist as those Iranian hardliners, I might even suggest that the Iranian secret service had Michael Jackson killed to divert attentions from themselves.

June 27, 2009
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As a Canadian, I have watched America assist in Michael Jackson's self destruction over the past ten years. Now that he has passed everyone in America now reflects and realizes what an INCREDIBLE MAN he was??  This should have been emphasized throughout his career.  The love that has been poured out now should have occured while he was still with us - ESPECIALLY during the last ten years of his life when he needed us.  There is no doubt in my mind that if he knew the love that he had surrounding him at home (AMERICA) he would still be with us today and not turn to prescription drugs as an escape!  I believe that other countries (other than America) always realized what an honest, loving and wonderful person he was and they continuously supported him in good times and in bad ...where you (America) NEGLECTED him... I  hold AMERICA personally responsible for Michael's death. SHAME ON YOU AMERICA!!

June 27, 2009
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As a Canadian, I have watched America assist in Michael Jackson's self destruction over the past ten years. Now that he has passed everyone in America now reflects and realizes what an INCREDIBLE MAN he was??  This should have been emphasized throughout his career.  The love that has been poured out now should have occured while he was still with us - ESPECIALLY during the last ten years of his life when he needed us.  There is no doubt in my mind that if he knew the love that he had surrounding him at home (AMERICA) he would still be with us today and not turn to prescription drugs as an escape!  I believe that other countries (other than America) always realized what an honest, loving and wonderful person he was and they continuously supported him in good times and in bad ...where you (America) NEGLECTED him... I  hold AMERICA personally responsible for Michael's death. SHAME ON YOU AMERICA!!

June 27, 2009
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Well every life is precious including Michael Jackson.. He will truly be missed because he made a big difference in this world.. regardless of what one person thinks of him, millions love him, that says something.  I wonder if each person could make a difference in life at even a fraction of what he did how much more wonderful a world we would have to live in.  I was watching his video "Leave me alone" and saw something interesting in it about him being frozen for 50 years, I am thinking about this and wondering.... was it prophetic.  He did die at 50 .. any comments out there on this?

June 27, 2009
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Tribute to Michael Jackson 

Written By Dillon

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Today June 25th the world moan the lost of  a blessing

Today people are all crying and stressing

Today we have lost the king of pop

One of the greatest who was on his way back

Sold out shows with the expectation of an outstanding performance

Dynamic music mixed with love and romance

Classy dance moves

So slick it will make any flower bloom


We his fans are all crying tears of pain

Lord our lost is your gain

In the starry sky he dwells looking down on us

His success as an artiste is beyond the human ability to lust

We drown ourselves in his musical style

The way he catch our attention and take us for a musical ride

The black man who turned white

We saw him as Michael and not black or white

The prince of pop truly a blessing from above

Michael we embrace you with love


Like a candle in the wind you blew out

On this day we scream we shout

We shout Michael, Michael, we will forever love you

Your music, your style, your energy, everything about you

The boy inside the man

The man who some never fully understand

We your full blooded fans we saw you as a blessing

Lord be with us as we drown in the stressing


Michael Jackson and inspiration to dancers and artiste

A promoter of love and peace

A unique human being

Michael Jackson a man blessed with musical loving

To sing as though your in love with the lady call music

To sing as though you never wanna lose it

To sing as though you're making love

To sing as though you're sinking deeper than ever in love

To musically enter the room of love and advance stage by stage

To be passionate yet gentle, to be romantic and not weird or full of rage

To be the best lover you can be

To be the one man who can satisfy your lady


Today we lost the musical lover, the king of pop

Today we have lost  Sir Michael Jackson king of pop

We live not to forget so today we put that box of memories in a special place

We listen to his music and imagine his face

We see him on stage dancing with passion and love

We see him smiling as he sings and dance from up above

Every rain drop he calls a blessing as he touches our soul

When you look up connect the stars and Michael will be made whole








June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson burst onto the music scene like a million years ago.  I would like to think that then, it was a breeze to have your music aired on radio.  Not like nowadays, where only Clear Channel has the life-and-death grasp of the airwaves, which are supposed to be our patrimony.  Pray tell, how could it be so herculean just to have a few spins of your record?  Without payola, that is.  Michael, now that you are THERE, please be the patron of independent music artists, such as Elliott Yamin ( ).  They need your help in breaking the stranglehold of the leeches.

June 27, 2009
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hawazin, saudi arabia

I have 3 things to say about michael, he was :

1. ambassador of humanity

2. ambassador of peace

3. ambassador of love


June 27, 2009
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agree that Michael Jackson was one of the greatest performers of all time. However, I don't agree with many iof the comments that are coming from the community of fans and friends. I have seen and heard statements that say Michael broke barriers for Oprah and President Obama. Let's be for real! Michael Jackson was a great pop performer. Let's mourn him where he was his greatest. Let's not begin to attach other accomplishments to him. Let's not forget that he was an African American who changed his skin color, hair texture, and facial qalities (i.e. size of his nose). I believe he was a phenomenal pop performer, and he will truly be missed, but his life was just like the rest of ours minus the amount of money, and debt he amassed. Michael Jackson was a pivotal character in the music world. I understand he was one of the first on MTV, but he also wasn't playing Public Enemy's message either. There have been a great deal of TRUE trailblazers in the music world. There was Jackie Wilson, James Brown, Stevie Wonder whom still is producing great tracks. I believe we are celebrating a phenomena, and not a man. Who really knew Micahel? His humanitarian efforts were wonderful, but so are Bono's. Let's be for real!  If you really want to talk about strides for the Black community, let's talk about Medgar Evers, Frederick Douglas, and many other freedom fighters along the black trail. What do we call what they did? Every Black history month we need to oremember these greats, and make sure their history is known as much as some confused pop perfomer who has a past plagued with unanswered questions, and accusations of child molestation.

June 27, 2009
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I was not even born yet when Michael Jackson made thriller and still I found my self captivating and enduring to his love.

Michael had the ability to make people fall in love with him, and now that is gone,my love for him can spread to his fans. I still found myself captivating and enduring to his love. I will never love another musician like I love Michael Jackson again




June 27, 2009
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I was raised in a very racist community growing up in rural Alabama but it did not stop me from proudly displaying my MJ posters everywhere!! I remember being offered a hundred dollars in 1986 when I was 16, to take down my Michael Jackson posters by my step father. I refused, of course!!! When "Beat It" came out, I proudly wore my RED ZIPPER JACKET! I was the only one at my school to own one. I was fortunate enough to see him in concert too, during the VICTORY tour with his family. I cried almost the entire concert. I willl never forget him or the impact he had on my life. His music was the soundtrack of my life and it still brings me comfort today. He was a gift and will never be forgotten. I just pray he can see that now....

From one of your biggest fans!!

I love you, MICHAEL!!





June 27, 2009
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Gone Too Soon....

June 27, 2009
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Michael was so much more than the "King of Pop".  He was a humanitarian that had a spirit that harmed no one.  He was such an innocent and loving soul.  It saddens me that the world had to come in and attack him during the last years of his life.  Think about how you would want to be remembered...Would you want the world listing off your sins after your passing?  He was found innocent so let's speak only of the good!

June 27, 2009
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June 27, 2009
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Debra: I remember when I first saw the video for "rock with you". I was just watched in amazement and thought he was a great dancer and cute too. As he evolved into this sensational performer, I also saw something was missing...he was alive on stage and I always hoped he had loved ones and friends around to lift him up. It is a shame that he is gone. I sat with my husband in silence just watching his videos and listening to his music. We have lost a wonderful person who can never be replaced. My heart goes out to his family who probably wished they could of done so many things different in this lifetime with him. My son keeps asking me questions about him and I just don't know where to start...My son is trying to dance to "beat it"...I laugh because I already know the steps....Oh...this is such a sad time. I hope he is peace. It rained really hard yesterday. I like to think, it was him crying with astonishment of how he had a strange but still existing "comeback" which will last forever....Love you will be missed. Part of my youth is gone and it feels really strange.

June 27, 2009
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In 1971, while serving in the Air Force my mother had a massive heart attack and died.  She was 59 years old and was pretty much to herself.  To my knowledge she never listened to the Jackson Five, as I did.  But when I got home I found the 45 single “Never Can Say Goodbye” by the Jackson Five on the turn table in her Hi-Fi.  Besides being one of the greatest entertainers of all time, Michael Jackson was a kindred soul.  Beyond any doubt he was a genius, an icon, and a legend; but most of all he projected the epitome of kindness and love for his fellow man.  Those who love and believe in love will never forget him, and for me,  I will never say goodbye.

June 27, 2009
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Not negating his talent, is it necessary to have to watch this 24/7??  We have a war going on, Iran is a hotbed, deaths of Farrah Fawcett and Ed McMahon, but we are supposed to obsess over a drug using, mentally unbalanced, pedofile???? 

June 27, 2009
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so sad to know that he was only 50 years old. there was so many day in the 70's and 80's i wished i was MJ. my life was timed by his new record release. time was measured by his LPS. MUSIC was resurrected by him, today the music died....again.

June 27, 2009
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im only 18 years old but i can proudly say that Michael and his music played a HUGE part in my life, and since hearing this horrible news i have yet to stop crying. in my opinion the only thing that could outshine his musical genious would be his heart, he was a kind hearted man in a hateful world, a beautiful man, inside and out. i'd like to think the only good to come out of his untimely passing, is that through all the new media and publicity, others who may not have had the chance before can now discover his unbelievable talent and outstanding compassion for others, and maybe now he can finally have the respect and peace he deserves.

i love you Michael, rip.

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson is the first and only person in the world to teach others about how to love one another. He did it through his songs,dance, attitude and behaviour on stage. Also, he was senting a message to all over the world that it is okay to be who you are rather than somebody else. Example: poor or rich!!

June 27, 2009
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Michael was a true icon.   we should all realize that money do not make people happy.  He worked hard and this is what people fell to realize.    Stress and depression is the number one killer.    Artist are human just as we are, they must be perfect at all times in the public eye. 

God has removed him from this evil world and now he is in a better place. It was hard for him to be human because many did not allow him to be himself.    His music told the real story.   It is sad that a person must lose their soul in order for people to see and hear the truth.

June 27, 2009
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Doctors should be held accountable for the death of a human being.   No one should be given pain medication unless they are in pain or really need it.

June 27, 2009
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A.k.a. Micky J, Wacko Jacko, King of Pop…call him woteva! Old school mates will

remember my juvenile fascination with him (and I sure wasn’t the only one)… culminating in my rib-cracking attempt at replicating his unparalleled dance moves in his song You Are Not Alone in a Merries (St. Mary’s) Funfair in ’95?? …aired on Second Generation, remember that cool youth program on GTV?....well, then it was :-P Yes, I used to be slim and slender…and guess what, I could dance too y’know, lol. Now I proudly say that my dance fever is mainly geared towards edifying His Holy Name….Praise God somebody! Hey, but weight issues and stiff joints don’t allow me much room for delightful body contortions:-)


I do not intend to be the focus in this piece…actually who dare upstage Micky-Musical-Icon-J? Yeah, that’s who I’m talking about…in the spotlight! Some may care, and passionately too, few may be unruffled by his death, whichever category you fall into my dear…there’s no denying his legacy, (rivaled by few, very few you’ll agree), indelible impact and his spectacular and sometimes bordering on the absurd lifestyle this superstar has led in our ever-changing, multifaceted, musical time.


Michael had his excesses I must admit but I choose to dwell on his positives by employing most of my all-time favourite hits of The Legend (some popular, some not so well known by moderate fans, lol) in an eulogy to his memory. In all, I fervently hope you made peace with your Maker before you gave up the ghost Michael….I sooo hope you did! Ye shall judge not Folks!!


Here goes: 70 of my favourite Wacko Jacko Hits…coming to think of it, they are actually more than the number of years he got to live as a mortal…incredulous!...but God knows best.


Yes indeed, you were a THRILLER, exhibiting your fantasy for GHOSTS and the surreal. Whether BLACK OR WHITE, all JAMmed and ROCKED WITH YOU to the sounds of BILLY JEAN, BAD and many more till the BREAK OF DAWN. Your eclectic dance steps, surely none can BEAT IT. There AIN’T NO SUNSHINE now that you are gone. Your death has indeed left numerous SPEECHLESS!


Your difficult CHILDHOOD experiences, you chose to keep IN THE CLOSET. In it you begged not to be judged and tried to explain your eccentricities and your ‘love for elementary things’. You had your fair share of momentary madness…do you REMEMBER THE TIME when you indulged in MONKEY BUSINESS by pulling off that DANGEROUS baby dangling stunt? Ye though, ye though…your many flaws, excesses, hurts and disappointments …..all part of HUMAN NATURE.


MONEY, you had it all …well at a point, but misappropriation and bad judgment earned you first place on the unofficial financial meltdown casualty list, waaay (emphasis mine) before Wall Street and its cohorts felt the effect. But this is not the time to judge THE MAN.


Though ‘white’ in skin, I’ve always known your true love; in keeping with your inner blackness was that LIBERIAN GIRL, that PRETTY YOUNG THING (P.Y.T). You called her a SUPERFLY SISTER and even confessed to your co-legend Paul McCartney that “THE GIRL IS MINE”. He allowed you to SAY SAY SAY all you wanted: “YOU ROCK MY WORLD”, “she’s THE LADY IN MY LIFE” and that you “CAN’T LET HER GET AWAY” because “SHE DRIVES ME WILD” in a good way that is, (lol). IT’S THE FALLING IN LOVE that made you so high that you danced till you BURNt THE DISCO OUT and spilt BLOOD ON THE DANCEFLOOR…man, that was gross!


Then you found her standing with SOMEONE IN THE DARK and that left you wondering WHO IS IT? ...only to find out it was the MAN IN THE MIRROR! You thought they were JUST GOOD FRIENDS right? Huh!...this made your not so readily obvious man inside you confront him saying , “WHY YOU WANNA TRIP ON ME by living your life OFF THE WALL with my GIRLFRIEND?”. Her unfaithfulness made you change her name from LITTLE SUSIE to DIRTY DIANA and publicly declared: “SHE’S OUT OF MY LIFE - that HEARTBREAKER”!


Now enter the flirtations with the paparazzi….turning you into a TABLOID JUNKIE, hounding you like a SPEEDING DEMON till you SCREAMed “LEAVE ME ALONE”. They even dubbed you a SMOOTH CRIMINAL on the issues of child molestation et al. With one hand they gave you the fame you reveled in, with the other they took away your PRIVACY and put your sanity ON THE LINE and indeed, left you high and dry to deal with your infamy! You are not all INVINCIBLE Michael ...what they don’t know is you CRY too.


But when THE LOST CHILDREN sobbed: “THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT US” you didn’t care to FALL AGAIN and you comforted them with your warm and gentle SMILE saying: “YOU ARE NOT ALONE”.


We all watched you HEAL THE WORLD with your EARTH SONG and together with your friends you SHOUTed the chorus in love: WE ARE THE WORLD, for your one wish was for us all to COME TOGETHER as one and lend a helping hand to make it a brighter day for the underprivileged children, whom you deeply cared about, I choose to believe. But stiiiillll …….(emphasis mine, obviously from my proudly Ghanaian influence) you were abandoned in your fame and glory like a STRANGER IN MOSCOW.


Your watchword – DON’T STOP TILL YOU GET ENOUGH surely spurred you on to WANNA BE STARTIN’ SOMETHIN’ at the London O2 Arena in July 09, just next month, (as an ardent fan Michael, I thought I deserved a VVIP ticket…but I don’t hold it against you, because I know its ‘crunch’ time baby:-)…but alas, that ONE MORE CHANCE was not to be.


2 BAD you had to pass on now, we still don’t GET IT, but we know HEAVEN CAN WAIT no more to have you join the heavenly choir (lead singer maybe??). Here on earth, you surely will remain a significant part of our musical HIStory.


THIS TIME AROUND folks, it’s no fabrication, no tabloid sensationalism…The Legend is gone at 50, People….GONE TOO SOON!!!


Michael, My Racial-Barrier-Breaking-Generational-Music-Transcender…RIPP!!!




June 27, 2009
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puhleez - that's more bluntly than I would have (did) put it but spot on nonetheless. If Michael Jackson's fans had looked up to people who created something of substance rather than looking up to a confused individual obsessed with flash and image, the world might be a different place.

June 27, 2009
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@ Cesinco...I am sure you are a very wise individual with disdain for other's opinions! More grease to your elbows

June 27, 2009
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I am so sadden by MJ's passing my prayers and thoughts with his family, children and friends.  On another note I am so tired of these doctors getting by with taking our icons and role models from us.  Just like Elvis Presley these doctors need be held coutable for all these medicines they give our icons and stars than just a slap on the wrist.  It is sincless for the doctors to get by with this, if it was a person off the streets they wouldn't get get all this medicine.  I know I work at a hospital.  Peace n Love to Micheals family, children and friends I will be thinking of them.  Thanks for listening.

June 27, 2009
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I still can't believe that Michael Jackson is gone. It doesn't seem real that someone so alive could be dead. I was hoping that on Friday I would wake up and hear that he was alive and well, instead I woke up with tears in my eyes. I am so sad that he is gone. I hope that you will play one of my favorites from him "Earth Song". It is so appropriate for today and the climate bill that is getting passed in the House. Michael was so ahead of his time that often we misunderstood him. But now plastic surgery is so common, exotic animals at your house is nothing new. And that's the way it is with legends. Hopefully, the next legend will be better accepted and understood in their lifetime. Michael I love you always, my prayers are with your family. Although I miss you, I am so glad and thankful that I was able to witness your greatness. Here's the link to Earthsong : or try
June 27, 2009
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my heart is with have the jackson family hope they have a public service for michaels friends and family I truly miss him.  I am a die hard fan.  He was a phenomenal musician, choreographer, writer, and dancer who crossed color barriers.  I hate that he had to endure the mental anguish that he suffered throughout his later career.  He was charitable, kind, and friendly which made him vunerable to the wrong people.  May tou rip Michael.

June 27, 2009
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And so we have come to the end...The end of the epic saga that was Michael Joseph Jackson. An era has closed and with it come the tears and reminiscences of a generation of millions who adored this star gloved wonder, this prince of peace, the greatest entertainer that walked this earth. So simply, finaly my wishes for Michael- Go dance in that great playground in the sky and know that your legacy, your memory will shine like the stars you climbed on the great staircase- Goddbye my hero, Godspeed and see you again soon....Shelley

June 27, 2009
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Michael Jackson a true Legend.........Thank You for what you brought to the world...And love to the Jackson Family.God bless you and your Family...Amen

June 27, 2009
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My heart goes out to the siblings of Micheal Jackson, here in Trinidad and Tobago sales of his cds and other items are are selling like hot bread.  My country is in shock but we have in our hearts the memory of 1978 that's when he and siblings visited us. I mentioned earlier sympathy for his siblings. I believe that his parents had alot to do with the amazing and physical change he did to himself.

June 27, 2009
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I went to his first concert in Tunisia, AFRICA, in 1979 that was unforgettable and i will always remember and love this idol....We will miss you Mickeal!!

June 27, 2009
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the world did knot deserve M J he gave all he had to the world everything even his soul just for his fans , friends and family and he welcomed everyone to his home his ranch and all they did was try to find a way to take it from him , look they even blamed him for doing bad things to children even his own ! his wife's didn't believe him. trust in him he was in need of financial help and no body came to help !  he was the biggest Donner to aids and many other things even married Elvis daughter and she didn't help him ether and i guess he just could not take it anymore ! and so our lord took him to a better place were he is appreciated ! look you don't know what you had until it is gone! i will miss MICHAEL JACKSON HE IS A TRUE PERSON OF GOD!

June 27, 2009
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I just want to express my sorrow and deepest heartfelt condolences due to the  loss of the great King Of Pop, Michael Jackson. I wish his children and family peace,comfort and privacy at this time. As a vocalist and musician now,I credit Michael a great deal  for my musical development. My fondest memories are when all of the children of the street I grew up on would put on our own production of Thriller. I played Michael.I am honored to have that small but meaningful part of him. I will never let his legacy die! He and his music will live on forever in all of our hearts. There will never be another. Thank you Michael for giving us you!


June 27, 2009
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Thriller came out when I was a freshman in college and it was such a huge phenomon.  It's been awhile since I've watched a MJ video or listened to his music but I've really enjoyed the tributes and the music.  Brings me back to the hay days of the 1980's.  To me there were 3 really big celebrities that emerged in the 1980's and made it to iconic status - Michael Jackson, Pricess Diana and Madonna.  Now we just have Madonna left.  Back then artists often created a whole personna around themselves that was distinctly their own.  Think of Michael and you think of the glove, the beaded socks which created a "look" that was his alone.  Madonna, Cher, Elton John, Elvis where other performers that created a personna beyond the music.  I guess that all changed once Nirvana hit the scene in the 90's.  Now our music stars just don't quite deliver that same level of stradom anymore.  There are no doubt many great talents on the music scene today but they do blend together somewhat.  I miss those days when Michael was truly the King of Pop.  Although he is gone, his music will define a generation and will live on.  He was a great performer and brought much fun and joy to his fans.  He will be missed

June 27, 2009
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iam still shocked that Micheal Jackson is dead. i will always be shocked about that piece of information. the only problem i have with this whole MJ thing is that every station you go on to they keep talking about the same thing and showing the same played out documentaries. there isn't anything wrong with missing him a little bit, but come on people we really need to start getting a life. the man is dead and he is not coming back for any of us. i truly do understand that he broke down a lot of color barriers with his music and inspirational dances. he is truly a cool man and musican, and will be remembered. it's just that people are making him out to be God when he really isn't. no one knows if he is in Heavan or Hell only him and God(of course). the one thing i really don't agree with is the amount of exposure he is getting when two other great people died as well. besides Farrah Faucet, Ed McMann didn't get as much play on the boob tube(television aka tv) we just need to stop with this whole thing and quit acting like we really care about Mj's death. a lot of people wouldn't even say his name until he died because no one was that worried about him until he died. that's crazy, you get more recognized when your dead then when you're living.  BUT STILL R.I.P MICHAEL JACKSON

June 27, 2009
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We all love Michael Jackson. no doubt about it. we all say we know him or he knows us. we like his music. we idolize him, but none of his songs is followed.. song like HEAL THE WORLD and MAN IN THE MIRROR, are messages that we should follow, but it seems that no every one doesnt care about it.. now is the time.. try to heal the world instead. then it can be said that you are a true fan of MICHAEL.

June 27, 2009
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June 28, 2009
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What is wrong with you people? You never met him, never spoke with him and yet you all cry over his death, hold candlelight vigils and hold hands with complete strangers in the hope that you can connect with people over another complete strangers death. Sure, his death is tragic along with every other human on the planet. But do you cry for them? Why cry for him? I asked someone today why they were so upset about his death and his response was to recite all his album sales and accomplishments? Bottom line is you people never knew him and the only people who should be grieving over this are his family and friends, You people really need a hobby or find something to do with your lives because it's truly pathetic and there is no reason for this madness. YOU DIDN'T KNOW HIM!!


June 28, 2009
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I still couldn't believe that Michael is gone. My daughter called me (she lived in NY Upstate and I lived in Windsor, Canada) right after first news on CNN and I was shocked and thought it was a joke. I'm a big fan of MJ. We are Indonesian and lived in Jakarta since many years and because of MJ I named my son Michael, he was born in 1986.  My children knew that their Mom is a big fan of MJ. I'm so sad with the way he passed away & I feel sorry that he never live as a normal person. Michael Jackson had chosen by God haD this genious talented but living surround with the most weird people who made MJ become a weird person, it was a sad life stories. All the people around him should be a shame because MJ died is also their failed to lookafter MJ. If those people a smarts enough they should took care MJ not to take a drugs even a pain killer. MJ has a billions of money to have a 1st class treatment. Do anyone had been tried to gave him a normal advised included those plastic surgeon? Most people around him had a good impressioned of MJ, humble & faithfull, but was MJ too stubborn if some friends or his siblings gave him a good advise? He had stressed, depressed and underpressured but Dear Michael Jackson... you alright now, no painful at all... you are back to Your Creator.. God give you mercy and put you in the most peaceful places... No one will say goodbye to you, because you will always be there, like you said through your song : I'll be there........ Rest in Peace, Michael Jackson.

June 28, 2009
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Just when you thought that he had come to terms with life and that he would be there for you, he left again... but this time to a far much better place. God must have said "Come home Michael... that will do." If there was one iota of guilt in his heart, who am I to judge? All I know is that his person, his music only did good things for me, and was inspired. He will always be there... as was before. "Eternal rest grant unto to him Oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon Michael Jackson. May he rest in peace. AMEN."

June 28, 2009
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I can belive that this has happened to MJ he was to young to leave us! Micheal has had a rough life beause there are alot of haters out there I belive in my heart all the stress he had was what killed him . My heart goes out to his children and his family ! May Micheal Jackson R.I.P the peace he did not get when he was here.

June 28, 2009
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Michael Jackson inspired all types of entertainers and entertainment types. I as a comedian was inspired by Mr. Jackson. However, that is not what I came here to say. Michael Jackson, in not having a childhood, became an adult with a full view of what our world needs to be. He set the standard for what all humans should be. Too many people are hard hearted and greedy, we need to all open our hearts. Michael wanted to heal the hurt in all the world, maybe its not too late for us to open our eyes. Mr. Jackson, thank you so much for inspiring me to live out my dreams, If it hadn't been for what you did for the entertainment industry, I wouldn't be where I am today. Go with God and Rest in Peace.



June 28, 2009
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I'm still in shock. I am seventeen-years-old and have been an MJ fan since I was eight.


As a patient suffering from depression, Michael's deep and beautiful lyrics have, on a couple of occasions, saved me life.


Whenever I felt alone and empty, I remember listening to "Stranger In Moscow" and realizing that I wasn't the only one, even the most famous person in the world is experiencing what I am.

June 28, 2009
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Hi, I'm from RUSSIA. There is one thing, which I will never can forgive to Lisa Presley. She denied to give Michael a kid. There was the only one chance for humanity to see really HIS child.

Looking at the pictures when they were just married, and knowing the story of their meeting,- years ago, when they were kids, I realized, that was short time, when he was happy. He didn't want to have sex with somebody else, and she betrayed him.

When I think about possibility of combination of genetic information from two outstanding persons, from Elvis and Michael, I feel something special, and everybody feel the same. Lisa, you personally is not outstanding, it's obviously. You lost your chance to make Michael happy, you lost your chance to change sad history.


We are sad and disappointed

June 28, 2009
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Don't know.. I still can't believe, I still want him to be alive

It's obsession

I love you Michael, please, come back

June 28, 2009
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June 28, 2009
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Plz dnt let social climbers hack MJ! if they want a career in journalism let them find it somewhere else!

June 28, 2009
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Michael Jackson will be missed by all who was a true fan of his music. We must now give Michael his wings so that can soar and be with his God.

June 28, 2009
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I cannot begin to express what this man and his music has meant to me and will always mean to me. Every one of his hits relates to happy memories that I cherish. My heart is so heavy with grief, I feel like I have just lost a friend.

Michael Jackson you are and you will always be the GREATEST SUPERSTAR ON THE PLANET. I will love you always. Rest in the peace of Christ MJ. The world is praying for your children and your family.  



June 28, 2009
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I am a fifty year old African American woman who grew up in what is now referred to as the "O.C." with 4 brothers.  My father worked his way out of poverty and was able to move his family to an upper class white neighborhood so that we might benefit from all this world had to offer.  I cannot begin to tell you what it meant to see the Jackson 5 explode into our lives and the collective consciousness of the world!  Now we had someone on TV and making headlines who looked like us. Also, someone who had managed to cross the racial lines that had become increasingly broader, and more menacing since the early 60's.  At a time when little colored boys and girls were made to feel second best at best, these little boys with dark skin, large afros, wide noses and voices from God brought us hope and a sense of dignity.  I cannot express in words the feelings of pride and love the black community felt for these well mannered, soft spoken, good looking and awesomely talented kids.  I can only say it was liken to the feelings aroused in Americans when President Obama was elected to office.  Only the feelings Michael stirred within us, then and now, brought on by his heartfelt and captivating voice and insane dance moves, touched the very depth of our souls .


When millions of people, from all walks of life, recognize the genius of a little boy and his obviously God given and blessed talent, we know instinctively that he is a gift to us from above.  We watched the talented, painfully shy little boy, who was robbed of his childhood, grow into a musical genius with a troubled soul.  I and my two son's represent 3 generations to witness this man and his unprecedented talent.  There will never be another person on earth to accomplish what Michael Jackson accomplished in the world of music.  Period.


As I sat crying for  Michael, I realized that I not only cried for the loss of a great talent and a man  too compassionate for this time and place, but I also cried over the passing of time.  The realization that time goes on without any warning. We assume that the people, in whose eyes reflect our memories, will always be with us.  A safe harbor for our past and the continued promise of our future. If not forever, but until we are gone.  Because to lose them would be to lose a piece of ourselves.  We were punched in the stomach by a gale force wind, suddenly and with devastation,  reminded on Thursday, June 25th 2009 at 2:30 pm on beautiful, bright and perfectly sunny California day, that God giveth and He taketh away.  


I believe when Michael Jackson spirit left his physical body he was released from the pain and heaviness of this world.   He experienced the unconditional love, light, peace and tranquility he so desperately sought  while here on earth.  I believe he found the joy and happiness of spirit experienced on earth only by very young children.  I believe he was shown that his children and family would be okay without him.  That he was witness to the millions of people who loved him and would mourn him.  He would know without uncertainty that his life, music and message would endure until the end of mankind itself.  He would understand that he had completed his mission with flying colors and now he was being allowed to come home.  I can only imagine the complete and total joy that encompassed him.  


We will cry and mourn the loss of Michael.  We will indulge our selfishness and may curse God and ask why?  But after we have cried until we can cry no more, we will celebrate.  We will celebrate the gift that was Michael Jackson.  The music, the dance, the caring and compassionate man who gave so much to so many literally and figuratively.  A man who cared as much about the children of stranger's as he cared about his own children.  A man who was most happy bringing love and music to millions, often while concealing his own pain and sorrow.  We will try our best to moonwalk.  We will listen to his lyrics and watch his videos. We will be captivated over and over again by his poignant voice and breathtaking movements.  We will understand that we too were blessed to have been alive to witness true musical genius.  We will come to understand the price Michael paid for our entertainment and we will realized how we took this talented man for granted.


Thank you Michael.  You brought to us a little piece of heaven here on earth.  Now it is time for you to rest.  A rest that will be short lived I'm sure.  The band in heaven has probably already handed you a sequined glove and microphone!


PS To The Haters:  First, before espousing your hateful rhetoric, try to remember that a mother has outlived her son and that 3 children have lost the only parent they have ever known.  Second, contemplate the fact that over 35 years, and contact with 100's of children, Michael Jackson was accused by only two families.  As a parent, I can say that no amount of money would prevent me from pressing criminal charges against someone who molested my child.  As a black person, I have no doubt that a D.A. with a grudge would try a person of color whether he was guilty or not.  Michael was found not guilty of all charges, why is that not good enough to stop the spewing of hatred?  Give it a rest.  Perhaps if the haters, who are fixated on the false accusations brought against Michael, spent a fraction of their time talking about MANBA, or the children kidnapped for the sexual pleasure of pedophiles or the abominations committed against children of the Catholic church, they might be taken seriously and one might actually believed they cared about victim's of child abuse!

June 28, 2009
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I have spent the last three days in and out of tears.  Reading the posts on this blog has certainly been theraputic but only time will make the pain of losing a great man heal.

But - Niteflyr is probably right...he was probably handed his sequin glove upon arrival. :-)

June 28, 2009
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My heart aches knowing he went the way he did and the pain he had to bare in the past. I wish all who say these nice things today didn't have to wait for this sad time to say he made an impact on their life. I did not know Michael Jackson personally but to many when he song his songs and did his famous dances that we mocked in our living rooms in many nations in our own way we knew him one on one. Michael we love you and your spirit will always live on in your music and in our heart forever. 

June 28, 2009
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At 9:35 a.m. this morning, I received a message in prayer that was clear and succinct, and I believe that it came from Michael. I want to share it with you here:



Michael’s  passing should accomplish a reminder for all man and womankind, of everyone’s own mortality, and that of those around them; family and friends, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, and all of our neighbors. Celebrate one another’s lives while you are still alive, and you will not have to mourn each other in death. Michael lived his life celebrating each and everyone. He called for peace and love, understanding and caring, giving and sharing, charity, hope, and grace. He prays that you will all now do the same and remember that, you are not alone.






June 28, 2009
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I am so furious with Bashir, the man who made the documentary on MJ. He has the nerve to even open his mouth to say something about Michael Jackson when he is the reason why the false accusations started. His documentary was nothing but mean and accusatory and thats an understatement. Michael kindly invited him into his home only for Bashir to take it as an opportunity to tear him apart and make michael seem like something he was not.  He is the judas of betraying an innocent man. I hope he feels guilty for what he did and for being a major part of causing Michael so much undeserved pain!

June 28, 2009
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I think it is a shame that most people want to talk about is his legal problems. We need to remenber the good things and how he was a WONDERFUL artist. He was a great man. If you dont have anything nice to say about this man, then dont say anything at all!!

June 28, 2009
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I feel some of the same emotions I felt during 911- sadness and anger mostly.  I think as a whole until we learn we are the ones who stand by and allow things to happen to others- what happened to our voice?  One of my first thoughts during 911 was ‘I wish I could have talked to them, touched them in some way- what if someone had reached out positively maybe….

Then with Michael Jackson I was one of the millions who stood by and watched as people tore him down and twisted his words- where was I when he needed his fans?  When he needed our help? our love?  So for that I am sorry to the families of 911 to Michael Jackson and his family---the same goes for those of us who stand by time after time with:







The hundreds of things we know in our hearts are wrong but ‘allow’ from our in-action.

I think and I fall into this ‘when we fail to act, that; it is like participating in the action’.

Michael Jackson was great and extraordinary in so many ways…he forever touched my life…may his greatness and memory never die…



June 28, 2009
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Sincere and competent medical treatment confirms that there is no justification for what occurred. Dr. Conrad Murray's first opportunity to effectively treat Michael Jackson was on Wednesday, June 24, 2009, when Michael first reported of symptoms presented. Immediately upon inconclusive diagnosis, Dr. Murray should have coordinated for Michael to have been admitted into a hospital. Dr. Murray's second opportunity to provide effective treatment to Michael was on Thursday, June 25, 2009, upon Michael's second reporting of symptoms presented. Again, immediately upon inconclusive diagnosis, Dr. Murray should have coordinated for Michael to have been admitted into a hospital. The third opportunity for, and thus critical lapse within, effective treatment being provided to Michael was upon cardiac arrest. Paramedics were not contacted until such had substantially progressed. Dr. Murray's administering of CPR upon Michael while he was not on a hard surface compounded to the ineffective treatment rendered. Timely-rendered defibrillation would have represented effective treatment.

June 28, 2009
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I would like to send this message to the family of Michael Jackson.  I am deeply sorry for your lost.  I am a devoted fan and am also 50 this year.  I grew up in a racist family and community and I wanted to let you know that Michael's music build a positive bridge between races.  His legacy should live on.  Therefore, I think he should be buried at Neverland for his fans and because it is the place that he truly loved just as Elvis was buried at Graceland....J.Maysam

June 28, 2009
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Michael Jackson will always be "My Favorite Entertainer."  Back in the day, when I was 14 years old, I remember that I had volunteered at a nursing home and the 80+ year old residents and I would listen to MJ's Off the Wall Album.  We absolutely loved Michael!  I would even dance for the residents with my red zippered jacket and my sequin glove!  They were dancing in their wheelchairs!  My most memorable event in my lifetime was going to MJ's Victory Tour Concert.  Michael's performance was out of this world!  Even though I never met Michael, I feel like I lost a family member.  I have been watching his music videos on VH1.  I feel compelled to watch his videos, even though I am crying a river!  WE LOVE YOU MICHAEL!  I SURE HOPE THAT THERE IS AN AFTERLIFE, SO WE CAN ALL SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE PERFORMING AGAIN! I WISH THAT MICHAEL COULD HAVE LIVED TO BE AN OLD MAN, SO HE COULD STILL ENTERTAIN US, EVEN IN HIS 90'S! 

June 28, 2009
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I agree with the comments made above by "qamar". His life was taken for a ride by an incompetent man with a physician's license.

June 28, 2009
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ok, so firstly my apologies to all MJ fans, we trully lost a legend.

Don't know if any one noticed, i just recently listen to the 911 call and at one point the 911 agent asked the caller where MJ was and the caller stated he was on the bed and they where trying to pump him....the caller was advised to move MJ to the floor and try pumping him from the floor.....

........Now if "Murray" is a fully trained and licensed doctor he should have known that any unconcious person should be placed on the floor??????

June 28, 2009
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My favorite memory of Michael growing up in Ethiopia is being captivated by the Thriller video at a friend's house.  We had a communist government when Thriller was released and all things American were banned.  But everyone knew and loved Michael and Thriller. The cassette made many rounds in school. He lifted our spirits in a very oppressive time.   His global impact is still unsurpassed, he managed to touch every corner of the planet in a pre-internet age.


Your music will continue to live on and inspire us Michael.




June 28, 2009
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Michael Jackson is sooooo special in so many different ways. He was a gentle, kind man who DID CARE. I think he got a bum rap with all the alleged abuse - I never did think he was guilty. I always admired his work, and always will, no matter what others said about him. I am crushed by the news of his death and continue watching footage of his videos, celebrating his life. I pray for his family and friends. They are the ones who are suffering....MJ is no doubt finally FREE, and I pray he is having a great time up there dancing with the angels!!!

June 28, 2009
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Michael Jackson I can't stop screaming his name, so much so that I feel as if I'm lossing my mind. Man I feel so close to this guy who I've never met.  His music breathes life such awesome feeling I get.  I really miss him just knowing that he won't be around anynmore is devastating... God.. MJ gave us hope man and now I know that he was a gift to us.  No one will ever replace him.  Just have to tell myself that I'm lucky to have been on this earth with him.  My whole family loves him so much so my mom who is Indian was so shocked that's how I know MJ is a gift to us allll.... God bless his family in this time of need and help us all to cope especially me right now.  Mike is hope for us.. Marcia from Hempstead New York...

June 28, 2009
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I don't know the media is giving all the attention the this child molester nigger.  I hope that the devil will take Jackson to his bed and play with Jackson under the covers.  I hope he goes to hell and burn from the white wanna be skin to the nigger black asshole that he is.  It is one less child molestering nigger that we have to worry about. 

June 28, 2009
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I don't know the media is giving all the attention the this child molester nigger.  I hope that the devil will take Jackson to his bed and play with Jackson under the covers.  I hope he goes to hell and burn from the white wanna be skin to the nigger black asshole that he is.  It is one less child molestering nigger that we have to worry about.  To remember Jackson, we should all take little children to our beds and sleep with them.  We can do this on the same day of the funeral of Jackson.

June 28, 2009
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I have been watching since Thursday, Michael Jackson, a genious of the music industry, will be missed. I have questions. Who was the 911 caller? Why didnt he identify the MAN NOT BREATHING AS MICHAEL JACKSON? Why didnt that doctor get on that phone with the dispatcher and explain what was going on? What was going on before the 911 call? What did that doctor do to save him, or was he worried about saving himself???????????????

June 28, 2009

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June 28, 2009
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When I heard the news report on the radio while driving my car, I was overwhelmed with shock and the tears just streamed. I have not been able to reconcile the worldwide outpouring of grief, the endless tributes and the tragic ending. My sadness is an empathy for the person, Michael Jackson.  Someone who could have been so loved, who perhaps unknowingly influenced the world ranging from an individual to a political, humanitarian level. I say unknowingly because I niavely assume that this would help him rise above the loneliness.  But I understood it tonight.  His father, Joe Jackson's interview on CNN before the BET Awards was heartbreaking.  I am sure he is grieving in his own cold way, but he did not address any type of grief.  He was prompted to use the word "son". I only wish I could have said to Michael "please, come to our house.  We don't care who you are, and regardless of your fame, we know what you need. A genuine concern, some genuine praise, a lot of hugs and validation, and perhaps many casual meals in the backyard where we laughed and cried till you went to sleep peacefully."  These are the memories of a family. 

June 28, 2009
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Well what can one say on Michael Jackson a genius yes, a star yes, a legacy yes, weird most definatley. No matter what anyone says he was one unhappy strange man with a graveyard in the closet, and someone will throw a skeleton at a time into public view. I look at photos of his children and honestly believe he is not their biological father. His father talks on CNN and is more interested in telling the world hes running things now and promoting his new record label, this isnt about how much the family loved michael but how much they can make from him now. His music is legendary as is he as a performer but we cannot forget all the other things that are hidden from public view and i think public opinion will change when new things come to light. Someone out there knows his true sexuality and when the price is right they will come forward dont get me wrong i think he was amazing as a star performer but everything is not just BLACK & WHITE.

June 28, 2009
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Describing Michael Jackson's performances...Jackson was a Synergistic Melding of Man, Music and Movement that hasn't been seen since Elvis.  The man made the music and the music moved the man.

June 28, 2009
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Michael jackson was and always will be awesome. We will never for get him. Ever.

**Im pretty much disgusted with his father, Joesph.  Does he even care that his son is dead??? It doesn't seem like he does!! Why in the hell was he at the BET awards!!********

June 28, 2009
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I can't end my weekend without giving my deepest sympathy to the Jackson family. I have loved the Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson since I was about three years old. Since Michael Jackson has passed I really feel as though a part of me has went with him. Michael Jackson was apart of my family. He will be forever rememebered not for the bad that the media has poytrayed for him, but for the good he has done. If it was not for Michael Jackson and the Jackson family, black people would not have the big dreams of becoming somebody like they have done.There music helped break barriers for black people. No matter how Michaels image may have changed he was still human and had feelings as a human. No one can ever say they know how it feels to have their childhood taken away from them. People and the Media should let Michael Jackson rest in peace and let his family have their privacy to him. I Love You Michael Jackson and the Jackson family. They have my love and support. May God bless the family and most importantly Michael Jackson...

June 29, 2009
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I grew up listening to Michael and the Jackson Five. My first 45 was of the Jackson 5. I am just a year younger than Michael. Though I never met him personally, my heart is broken right now. His music was such a big part of my life. The first big concert I ever attended was to see Michael in Denver,Colorado. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and fans. He will be incredibly missed!

June 29, 2009
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Words can't express how much I absolutely loved Michael Jackson. I am only 18 and although I didn't grow up with his music as my parents and grandparents did, I still loved him. His music was played all the time in my household, and its heartbreaking knowing that there will never be another Michael to show the new music artists out there how to make music right. I know just as much Michael Jackson songs as the people who grew up with his music.I LOVED HIM SOOOO MUCH!!! God, hearing the news makes me feel like someone in my family died. Michael is a part our family, a family between him and his fans. There is not one generation or anywhere in the world where Michael Jackson is not recognized. That's how much his music and his career had an impact on us if we can go anywhere in the world and hear a Michael Jackson hit playing. Or for others to be trying to emulate his smooth moves. I dont know and probably will never know anyone in the world who be able to dance like Michael. It's just no way possible, He was simply the best. We are truly blessed that we have been honored to have known a talent such as Michael. God, Im going miss him so much! And I hate the media for trying exploit things of a negative nature on Michael whan no one knew if these statements were true. The man was a freaking legend and they do everything they can to tear him down. At the end of the day, no matter how screwed up the media proclaimed his personal life to be, he still was on top and will never fall off even after his death. This isn't the end for Michael Jackson. His Legacy will live on forever, and he will still influence people. My condolences go out to the Jackson family, I can't imagine the pain. I love you Michael Jackson!!!! Thank you for all you've done for the world. may God bless you all and stop bein so sad because he's in a better place. He's in God's hands now.

June 29, 2009
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And by the way... to the ignorant nigger go2hellmj, i hope your stupid ass rots in hell because you are an IGNORANT SON OF A BITCH WHO DOESN'T KNOW SHIT!!!

June 29, 2009
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Please see my blog on Michael Jackson and can be published on cnn tv

June 29, 2009
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Please see my blog on Michael Jackson and can be published on cnn

June 29, 2009
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To go2hell mj... I know who u are and i am going to moonwalk over your grandma's neck!!!!

June 29, 2009
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MJ was one greatest in the world, thats why he is considered the king of pop.He has influenced many ppl thruout generations and thruout time.His legacy will live on forever.

June 29, 2009
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June 29, 2009
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I just cant get over it... and i ask myself why am i so sentimental over a man i never even met, because i had that much love for him. Besides how far could mj have gotten without his fans. I understand why ppl are feeling the loss and pain because there are ppl who been

faithful fans of mj since jackson 5 days.They watched this talent grow up and become the best entertainer known to the world.

June 29, 2009
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I can't believe Joe Jackson would even spend time talking to CNN about Michael Jackson. Joe never showed nor did he display any love for his son even after he forced him to grow up too soon. Furthermore he showed not emotion or anything that would show that he suffered a big loss by loosing his son. Joe Jackson only seems concern with Michael's estate. I hope a will some how shows up to prevent Joe Jackson from getting anything. Shame one Joe Jackson,, GO HOME JOE. you lost out on your son's life.




Curtis L. Winston.


June 29, 2009
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This man's only legacy is that of a pedophile.How many children's life did he destroy?No matter what his level of talent may have been this trumps everything.

June 29, 2009
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The last time I checked, Michael Jackson was a human being like the rest of us, not a God.  If we all treated our own non-famous family members and neighbors the way most are seemingly going ga-ga over Jackson, the world would be a much better place.

He made music, sold millions of albums, made millions of dollars ... (ho hum, YAWN).  He was just a person like the rest of us, so let's call off the Jackson Martyrdom Fesitival, shall we.  I'm sure the children that he violated don't share the views of those who want to build the latest and greatest pedestal on which to mount Jackson while annointing him "God".  Please, people.  Get a grip and a healthy dose of reality.  It's sad when any one person dies.  Let's leave it and Jackson at that ... just a person, a human being ... and move on.

June 29, 2009
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Recently I began to seek healing from the pain of a childhood experiences.



Following Michael's death I saw one interview where he was asked "How would you explain your life" He answered "Listen to my song Childhood, that tells my story".



I did listen, again and again...



It so gently breaks my heart for I understand Michael's pain.



I pray Michael has finally found eternal healing.



Rest in Peace child.

June 29, 2009
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michael was a singer that did  when people to believe what they say on the newspapers because  he wasn,t any of those things they said "he was a unfit parent when he show his child". he mean more to me than any body in the world because when every i was sad i would just put on one of michael song  and my soul would be healed by it.and my pain go to the jackson family as well to the mj kids. peace ,love and soul.

June 29, 2009
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"Some are born with greatness, some achieve greatness, some have greatness thrust upon them." Micheal is the embodiment of all 3. Micheal Jackson is a global phonomenon who have pulled the world together through his music breaking down all boundaries. No other remotely come close. Because he is a huge celebrity, the media has magnified his failings with microscopic lens. He did not claim to be a saint. Why is the US media so obssessed with his possible failings, to the point of disowning this single most formidable and greatest American cultural influence in the world, baffles me a lot. There needs to be some soul searching to be done by the media.


Thank You, I hope you can let your viewers know my point of view that may do some justice to a human being who has failings and idiocyncracies like each of us do. Viki Esther from Singapore


June 29, 2009
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First thank you CNN for your coverage of the Michael Jackson death although it only took about 30 minutes after the first report to start talking about the trial and all the negatives.  He was found NOT GUILTY.  As a media person from the 60's to 2008 (though not employed in the field at present) it occurs to me that Time, Newsweek, Tabloids, and television news services such as CNN and others stand to make millions of dollars in advertising in the aftermath of Michael's death.  How many copies of Time and Newsweek will be published knowing millions and millions who loved and respected Michael Jackson's talent will buy these magazines?  Advertisers will benefit from sponsorhip of tv and radio over this event.


My question or request of all the media outlets at this time is to donate part of your proceeds in this very personal tragedy to the three children left behind.  Everyone is reporting how broke Michael Jackson was at the end.  That being said, and with the media capitalizing on the huge story this has left to them, isnt it time for all of you, without exception, to give part of what you will make to those children. 


Being a part of the media since before Michael Jackson became a star, I have seen the same story unfold time after time.  The media makes them a star and at some undecided moment they start to tear the person down.  It is done with pappazzi, rumored reports, whatever it takes to bring the person down.  When that person dies then the media is there to pick up the pieces and again make money.  The tabloids are most at fault for the way celebrities are exploited but I would ask, as a member of the Fourth Estate, that all of you step up now and make the generous offer to give back to Michael Jackson in the form of money to be held in trust for his three young children.


Most of you media outlets won't miss the money and it goes along with many of the posts on this site that we as viewers are not pleased with the direction media takes with celebrities.  The old saying, "If it bleeds it leads," was certainly the case with Michael.  He was not a saint he was a human being on this planet.  He is gone and now you have the opportunity, enmass, to make some part of all the past reporting to make things right.


You know it will make you feel good and it will make you look good and besides IT IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO, for all the money that is coming in following Michaels death.

June 29, 2009
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I believe that the cardiologist present in MJ home the day he died should be charged with negligence. As a medical professional myself, I can tell you that we in the medical community know that a patient found unresponsive needs to be placed on a cardiac monitor to evaluate the rhythm. Once the rhythm is evaluated then shocks can be provided. CPR is only done to supply the organs with oxygen until the defibrillator arrives. Giving CPR for 30 minutes is malpractice. The California medical board needs to perform a peer review of this cardiologist actions. As a cardiologist he should be expected to know the basics of cardiac arrest. He has no excuse.


June 29, 2009
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June 29, 2009
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I just have one thing to say Im glad that Micheal Jackson is dead. He is and will always be remember as a rapest and a child molester

June 29, 2009
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okay I just have to say I was a fan of michael jackson when I was a kid. Now I am just so sick and tired of having to hear about him. He passed away move on. Let the family grieve and deal with the autopsy etc.

June 29, 2009
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I know this will be read here!!

1. The event this morning should be taken as an arrest against a Honduran citizen, Manuel Zelaya, who broke the constitutional Honduran law in multiple occasions over the last few days.


2. This SHOULD NOT be taken as a Coup d'état.


3. The vast majority of Hondurans firmly oppose Manuel Zelaya and are in favor of his arrest.


4. The current news being portrayed in international networks appear to be heavily tilted toward a contrarian view of most Hondurans.


5. The majority of Hondurans are not in favor of Manual Zelaya and are extremely proud of our congress and military for their stance in favor of democracy and peace.


6. The events happening today were caused by an attempt by Manuel Zelaya to manipulate our country and its constitution to fulfill his ultimate goal of remaining in power indefinitely.


7. The world should be proud of Honduras as we are the first Latin-American country to stand against a tyrannical leader who has tried to topple democracy and peace in our country.


8. Declarations made by Hugo Chavez should be discredited immediately. He should, as President Obama said, allow Hondurans to solve this issue through open communication following LEGAL processes.


9. It is NOT ONLY in the interest of Honduras and its citizens that democracy prevails (supported by the events today and Manuel Zelaya’s arrest) but also in the interest of the UNITED STATES that no other countries align with Hugo Chavez (and his puppets) to build his empire against democracy and peace.


10. In case Hugo Chavez tries to use military force in Honduras, we hope and pray we can count on the United States to stand along side Honduras in the fight against tyranny and oppression.


June 29, 2009
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Years ago the Jackson5 were in Nashville, TN at Rivergate mall shopping for shoes and my Mom got his autograph.


I have to comment on all these rumors and what not - I am a psychiatric nurse and first of all we all express our grief in very personal ways.  I am not defending Joe Jacksons behavior,but  remember he is from that generation where you show only your strength and not your vulnerabilities.


Also, on the issues of Michael Jackson's drug issues - I have a great deal of professional experience as well as personal experience with addictiions and 'ONCE AN ADDICT ALWAYS AN ADDICT'  Noone can do a little bit of any narcotic and it be okay - not possible.  Thank you vlee

June 29, 2009
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I love and miss Michael, i still can't believe it. My first tape was Bad. My motto in life for every thing is "don't stop till you get enough". He is, was, and will always be an icon. Now may he rest in peace.

June 29, 2009
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Micheal was never my idol but someone much more to my heart and soul. I met him once when i was small ,i looked at his face and saw a beautiful smile but when i looked into his eyes, i saw pain and the same loneliness i was felling. Even then, there was something missing inside Micheal. I was at my nices mothers house, who has just moved here. When 1 of my nephews told me the news. He said" Teedy, you know your husband just died" In anger, I looked at him and told him to never play like that with me but my heart and soul knew he was telling the truth. I could not breath,started crying out of my mind. still crying. On june 25,09 i died with him. my life will never be the same. My world is darkend. My first thoughts were of his Mothe Katherin Jackson then of Janet and the rest of the family. I have always loved you all like family. I went to church sunday and fell upon the alter poring my heart and soul out to the lord in pray for your(the Jacksons)family and myself.


                              yolonca V. johnson

                              Glene Burnie, MD

June 29, 2009
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Just a thought... Michael Jackson was always such a kind, giving person - to everyone, but especially children. Would it be crazy for all of the ticket-holders out there to just hang on to those tickets and forfeit the refund so that Michael's children could benefit from the proceeds that would have gone to Michael? Not only would you have a lifetime memory - a tribute you could hold in your hands - but you would also be emulating one of the kindest souls ever. Not as a 'charity' but, I think, more as a tribute. It would truly be the most honorable tribute a fan could ever give to an icon such as Michael Jackson, who gave so much of himself to his fans.

June 29, 2009
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We are all born with special talents. They are part of our unique contributions to the universe. Michael Jackson used his talents to bring joy to the world via his music. He will be missed. May his soul rest in peace.

June 30, 2009
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Michael Jackson


I was such a kid

When you thrilled us all

I didn't understand

Till I was older

Watching your videos

Then you thrilled me too


By age twenty two

I fell in love with you

Watching you on screen

Enjoying your songs

Wishing I'd hug you

Tell you I loved you


'Thriller' thrills my heart

'Bad’ keeps me staring

The rest knock me down

Admiring your smile

Eyes stuck on your moves

How do you moon walk?


Between you and the law

I may not comment

Because I don't know

I was not there

I did not see you

All I know about

You're the King of Pop


Poem featured in the book "Deeply in Love" by Rahab Kimani

June 30, 2009
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Michael Jackson is the greatest entertainer of all times and there will never be anyone that great. To all the haters with their negative comments, who died and made you god. When did god give you the right to judge anyone as Jesus said let him or her without sin cast the first stone. What evil makes a person say such mean hateful things when a person has just lost their life a person with issues of their own. Show some respect not only to michael Jackson but his family at their darkest hour. My mother always told me, if you don't have something good to say about someone than don't say anything at all. I think you haters with your negative comments should take her advise.

June 30, 2009
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I am so tired of this child molester being treated as if the pope had died!! In my opinion he is not a hero to anyone!Thank God at least his kids are safe from his hands now!! Please people stop glorifying this pervert, he may not have been convicted but he sure did a lot of paying off for someone who wasnt guilty.

June 30, 2009
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I have always been a big fan of Michael and his family since I was a child. I had all his posters, gloves, socks and jacket that I had to have.  I think I was in the only one in my town then that had one, in which I still have today!  I am still shocked and it seem so unbelievable. I pray that he made peace with Christ and that he is at peace. He played such a major role in my life as I was growing up. Upon learning I was adopted, an only child there were many times I felt alone and no one understood me, but most of Michael’s music spoke to my heart and spirit as I am sure influenced most.  It’s hard for me to understand why many, especially in the media did not understand him considering knowing his life history per say! There is nothing weird about him, nor his love for children! He was a grown man with a child living inside of him, a child that never had a chance to grow and experience what most children do. The love that most today no longer know, because we are so caught up in "today" and those who are sick in their ways in molesting and harming children that we can’t comprehend that place where "love" is amazing and never harms, gives life, joy, comfort and pureness. God is love and when I think of Michael Jackson and his love for music and that child like lifestyle, I think of God's love in action. I am 36 with three children ages from 10, 7 & 3 and they all have known Michael and his music for many years now. I pray that Michael's family find peace that surpass all understanding and that "God" comfort and strengthen them. "No weapon form against them shall prosper"~

June 30, 2009
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I am from India and I have been an ardent fan of MIcheal from a very young age. Last year when I was pregnant with my beautiful daughter, I wanted to introduce Micheal's music to her, so I listened to his music day in and day out. Now my daughter is six months old and when ever she hears his music she rocks and makes cooing sounds. She loves his music a lot and it calms her. America has given many great things to the world and of these Micheal and his music are the best. Micheal is immortal and will ever live in our hearts. I love you Micheal.


June 30, 2009
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I know he was an icon and king of pop, however, don't you think the Media in general covered his death more than enough. All Media completely forgot about Farah and other celebrities. His life was not worth more than the others.  Yes, he was young, but the irony is he was under attacked constantly with the same Media that now they are appraising him.

Farah also had a fan around the worlds, don’t you think they have right to know about her too.


June 30, 2009
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My name is Fatima I a fan of Michael Jackson he is not dead he is asleep. On the 13 June I had a vision, I went to Newyork and stayed at the Hotel Manhattan


With my late brother who passed away in 1999. and his daughter aged 9 years old he went into the Hotel room and there was a scuffle with jail guards within the hotel in the room where he was as I was standing next to the lifts there jails guards appeared not with my brother but with Michael Jackson all Charcoaled in black paint and Red lipstick on his mouth. I was confused as saw the jail guards pushing him in the jail bus and locking the doors. I looked on, as I could do nothing as a visited at that hotel. My brothers daughter would have gone to the toilet could not find her way back to me. I woke up praying knowing that Michaels spirit is in trouble. Today the 30th June I again dreamt I was in New York this time in the hospital Mortuary where Michael is layedthere was a child who was pumping hard on his heart as I look on something small flew out of his mount it was a small white little man I caught it and locked it in the Jar.And I started to count 4,3,2,1 and Micheal was alive.Then my spirit went to the Hotel again it was dusty and full of webs ,I through some petrol  and scary sounds of womens and men started coming out from the rooms it was like a ghost town.Screaming get us out of here.

I hope this will lead you to find a spiritual solution as satan is in between him. 


June 30, 2009
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His life was Off the Wall....The King of Pop, the Thriller, that Smooth Criminal...whether you are Black or White named Billie, Jean or Ben this man was more than A Stranger in Moscow.. Say, say say what you will but he was Bad! It’s hard to keep it In the Closet when all the Tabloid Junkies display the Ghost of Jealousy but Who Is It that doesn't have a History? Michael I Remember the Time I use to Jam and Rock With you til the Break of he’s Out of my Life and Looking through the windows I reflect back to my Childhood and remember Another part of Me...Man the Way you Make Me feel is a Heartbreaker, Its like Torture, Heartbreak Hotel...puts me in A State of Shock...Tell me I'm not Dreaming cause We Just Can't stop Loving you...Can You Feel It? Human Nature says I want you Back because you Never Can Say Goodbye when you lose a friend...And to me you were Invincible, some said Dangerous and with the fact you are gone really did Rock My World...At least I Got To Be There to see you is Baltimore feel your Music and though I could say more I've got to Beat It out of here for you will always be A Dancing Machine! Joseph McLamb

June 30, 2009
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I can't be quiet  anymore. I loved Michael with all my heart.  I met him so many years ago.  This man was the greatest man I've ever known outside of my father. He was a very gentle man, quiet, and my angel.  Words can't explain the pain I feel inside, due to the loss of my love.  To have known Michael was to love him.  He was harmless and loved his fans.  The media hurt him very bad.  Shame on u for believing those lies, about those boys.  He was a kid trapped in a man's body.  His face was a mask of the pain he felt.  To Joe Jackson, shame on u this is not a time to promote a album. You could have shown your son more love.  I will never stop loving this man.  i wish more people could have gotten the opportunity to know this great man as I did.  He was a very private man.  He had so much more inside of him to give us, but wasn't given the chance to do so.  This man of brilliance.  Good Bye, my lover and love.   MBG

June 30, 2009
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I have been watching this since it happen.  I am so devastated about this situation.  WHY??? is the media talking about all of the drama and negativity.  WHY?? are we saying that HIS children are not his.  Michael Jackson says that those are his children so guess what.....those are his children.  This man gave all of us so much joy and entertainment and all that he has gotten in return is DRAMA AND RIDICULE.  I LOVE Michael.  Michael helped me when I was a child escape from a horrible childhood.  In my mind he is a HERO.  So many people took advantage of his BIG heart and extorted money from him.  I have heard Michael referred to as "CHILDISH" I would have to say that Michael is "CHILDLIKE".  He only wanted to make children provide for them the way he was not provided for.  I am so sick of hearing about the DRUG PROBLEM.  There is so much more to the story.  Michael DID have reasonable reasons to be in pain.  Michael had many injuries, he had the former burn and if I am not mistake both Vitiligo AND Lupus.  Lets give the ICON are heros rest....The media is not respecting the fact he is a father and this is his legacy that you are destroying.  I am an uber fan and I will be forever.  Michael is going to live forever in my heart.  Where were all of the people that are crying about his death when he was crying in dispair...oh, you turned your back. I am someone confused as to why Joe was at the BET awards promoting his new business venture.  Joe, please stop trying to capitalize on Michael least until you get him in the ground.  There is a lot of  money still to be made.   RIP MICHAEL JACKSON.  My prayer are with the Jackson children and family.  Peace and Love.  




June 30, 2009
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First and foremost, I want to offer my prayers and thoughts to Michael's Children, Michael's Parents, Michael's siblings, and Michael's other relatives and

friends and many, many, many, fans. I believe that all

Michael ever wanted in this world was for us to LOVE one

another. He did indeed go over and beyond that point with

all that he said, did and accomplished. To not acknowledge this would be the ULTIMATE sin.  Now is the time to realize that this world is lacking togetherness,

and without that, than this "LOVE" will not come about as

one special person tried to accomplish. Come on WORLD, yes we can make it a better place for you and me if we just work together. Michael, you are now in the "HANDS"

of the one that will take away your pain and protect you forever. 'MAY YOU REST IN PEACE NOW MY FRIEND" Because


Louise/ Pasadena, CA

June 30, 2009
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As a 38 yeard old white female from Virginia, I would like to share my thoughts of Michael Jackson.  I still remember the day when cable television made it's way to our little part of the world.  As a "charter member" of the MTV generation, I remember watching Michael's videos quite vividly.  Other artist's videos paled miserably by comparison.  I found his work crossed so many barriers that existed at that time.  EVERYONE appreciated his unprecedented choreography and ability to consistently astound.  His talent united us in ways that I don't think we can fully understand even today.  While Michael was, no doubt, the ultimate performer, he was far more than that.  He was the ultimate uniter. 


June 30, 2009
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When will CNN camp out in some crackhouse in some inner city?? Michael Jackson had so little in common with African-Americans forget about the human race. It's a well known fact that abusers often times become abusive people. Was Michael Jackson an abusive person? One thing is for sure, he abused himself. His face is testimony to that.


Not all African-Americans live in the inner cities, not all African-Americans can sing, but it's time we as Americans start looking at the "man in the mirror" instead of walking around like The Emperor Has No Clothes.


What are we so afraid of?


June 30, 2009
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ha wow this is awesome haha what a great idea!


kind of a long domain name though ... who wants to type all that in

June 30, 2009
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ha and this! He's still alive!! (I wish



June 30, 2009
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June 30, 2009
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I'm an AIR FORCE vet of 28 years, I'm sorry that Michael died but having endless braking news about a pop star compared to Americans in harms way, I'm sorry but I see missed placed loyalties here. He did not stop a bullet or any thing else for any body.

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June 30, 2009
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i am utterly saddened... mj's passing touched the depths of my soul. i identified with him, we all did he took a piece of me with him..... he is resting now, no more live appearances, no more sweet words or gripping performances by the king of pop, i wish mj survives the judgement so when he awakes he may b able to moon walk on the moon... sleep well they cant pressure u now... to all hurting grip God in order to grip michael... im praying 4 the fam... God bless

July 1, 2009
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Why does the media want to keep talking about the misfortunes in Michaels life? Michael deserves privacy like we all would want for ourselves.  I don't think we should keep talking of his private life.  His job was to entertain, so lets talk about that part of his life.  He gave all his energy into everyone of his performances and that was something special from his heart. Lets honor Michael Jackson by giving him what he would have wanted.  He would want to be remembered for all his music contributions and all the good things he done and the legacy he created for all of us to enjoy for generations to come. Don't feed the rumors and don't disrespect his privacy.  Think about his children. His kids don't need to hear the blown up stories.  We only need to know what is true and that is how remarkable he was as a man, and musician. God Bless You Michael! May you rest in peace! You will be missed enormously.

July 1, 2009
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July 1, 2009
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Why CNN does not report the truth about "1993 child sexual abuse accusations against Michael Jackson." Now Evan Chandler spoke out the truth:

We miss MJ! 

July 1, 2009
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                                           LOVE YOU MICHAEL

                                             THANK YOU


By Lamichael  Kirksey


July 1, 2009

Wake up all you cattle and sheep out there....Lets not forget he touchs lil boys no matter how you put it he slept with kids that werent his. Thats just wrong would you let your kid sleep with him because he can sing and dance???? So get it right he was not a god a hero nothing like that he was a entertainer....I cant believe your comparing him to princess Diana.....and to CNN quit keeping racism alive by doing your black in america B.S. they have it no harder then anyone else...How about reporting real news and not have a bunch of white reporters telling everyone how hard it is to be black today....

July 1, 2009
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I remember my first concert at 6 yrs old like it was yesterday of course, it was the Jackson`s. They came to Birmingham, Al in the late 1970`s along with the group called Sister Sledge.I remember when Michael was singing a girl jumped up on stage and grabbed him. Oh, how I wish that was me getting that hug from him. I have always admired Michael for his charisma, dancing, and singing. Plain and simple he was the Best! It broke my heart when I heard of his passing.His legacy and impact he had on the world will live on in the hearts of people that truly adored him. My heart and prayers goes out to the entire Jackson Family and his dear friends who knew him best. May your soul rest in peace...M.J.


Love Always and Forever,

Lolita Lewis(Birmingham, AL)    


July 1, 2009
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Realidad que no nos dejan ver, por que no es lo que quiere Michellety.

Señores y Señoras como ciudadano Hondureño exijo que se permita emitir la verdad y que no bloqueen a los medios que denuncian la realidad de honduras, y esos que salieron a manifestarse en apoyo al presidente autoritario de Michellety son los mismos empleados que han sido sobornados por la empresa privada donde su dueño  Michellety y algunos congresistas que mangonean el poder obligando el pueblo hambriento y necesitado a obedecer a donde los  manden porque de no hacerlo les expulsarían de sus empleos.

Esa es la verdad y denuncias que viven miles de trabajadores en hondureños y de eso se vale el autoritario presidente impuesto por el congreso, de obligar a los trabajadores de sus empresas a que salgan a manifestares a su favor para hacer creer a la opinión publica que el pueblo esta de acuerdo con lo que hicieron cuando la realidad es otra,

Me permito felicitar a CNN, por esa cobertura tan neutral y profesional que a mantenido ante este conflicto del hemisferio centroamericano con el Presidente Manuel Zelaya Rosales.


July 1, 2009
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Seria bien que CNN, aclara los que los medios oficialistas de honduras como diario La Prensa, Heleraldo Tribuna, y la cadena de Radio HRN, Radio América  están señalando que CNN, esta siendo financiada por Venezuela a través del presidente Chávez y que por eso le han dado tanta importación al supuesto Golpe de Estado según ellos.

Como periodista conozco y entiendo el papel que ha jugado CNN, en toda la Historia de sus  periodistas profesionales y sin alianzas con nadie comprometidos a su función de informar sobre la verdad desde la veracidad de los hechos.

Gracias CNN  por informar a la opinión internacional del dolor que sufre hoy mi pueblo Hondureño, cuando su yanto no  era posible que se escuchar entre el mismo pueblo ya que los medios se mantenían bloqueados como las señales de Radio y Televisión que ejercen el periodismo neutro sin compromisos ni alianzas con nadie Todo lo contrario de los medios amarillistas que en mencionado al inicio de este reporte.


July 1, 2009
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You know what really bothers me about Micheals death?  He should be remembered for his music and his dancing and all the good things he did during his life not the child molestation accusations and honestly, some people just want to ruin people's name because they have money and are successfull.  I never believed any of those accusations, to me Micheal was a unique individual who will always be the King of Pop and his music will always touch my life. 

July 1, 2009
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Porque su diario solo permite sacar a la opinión pública lo que les conviene ya que también son parte de la oligarquía y burguesía que domina el congreso y corte suprema de Honduras.

Pero quiero decirles”Que a pleno siglo 21 cuando el pueblo se Levanta al clamor popular a todos hace temblar”

Y no se olviden que cuando la faja aprieta el pueblo hace hasta lo imposible por soltarse y repelar  a aquellos  quienes han legislado haciendo leyes de supresión  al estomago del pueblo  y cuando me refiero  a legisladores son a esos de la burguesía quienes han venido legislando desde mas de 100 años  quienes con sus malas decisiones han hecho sufrir a mi pueblo, decaído y hambriento de sed y justicia, yo creo que las políticas deben de cambiar  y el socialismo  perdurar  ya que solo el socialismo es el que  aboga por las clases mayoritarias, por las clases obreras, por las clases del sindicalismo libre y por el campesinado quien con su sudor y lagrimas lucha para que en honduras haya frijoles, maíz y se alimenten  ese pequeña elite de arcaicos con problemas de Alzheimer quienes son los que dirigen la política del tiempo futuro de mi querida Honduras.

Tenemos que tener gente joven con ideas renovables en las decisiones policitas y hacer leyes para deslumbrar a una nueva Honduras donde se implante la igualdad y la justicia y que los oligarcas corruptos que se han  implantado en honduras salgan, porque son los que han venido mangoneado y a haciendo las leyes a su favor de dominio burgués y en contra de la propia voluntad de pueblo hondureño, un elite de viejos que piensan con ideas de los años 70 y 80  y que quieren seguir imponiéndole al pueblo su maldita voluntad.


July 1, 2009
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El pueblo tiene que despertar y respaldar la democracia y quitar a esos que piensan que a la fuerza se solventan las cosas.

Adelante mi indio presidente de Honduras Manuel Zelaya, el pablo que cree en la justicia  alrededor del mundo tiene puestos los ojos en su tan valerosa acción, un llamado a los jóvenes, hombres y mujeres para que estén en alerta por  si hay que empuñar el fusil hay que hacerlo para defender a los grandes ideales de Morazán por ver a un pueblo libre y soberano, que se imponga la voluntad del pueblo y no la de unos cuantos burgueses que dominan el congreso nacional, y también un llamado al pueblo militar a esos hombres y mujeres del ejercito  hondureño para que no claudiquen y respalden a nuestro presidente de Honduras  el único jefe Y general de las Fuerzas armadas  y los que le siguen son sus subalternos.

A ti mi presidente indio heroico que nos has ganado el corazón con todo el respaldo que has dado a los campesinos, a los obreros y a toda esa población rural que deben de reconocer que hoy por ti están  obteniendo el apoyo gubernamental que nunca en la historia de otro gobiernos la habían tenido.

Sin otro particular más a la espera de compartir con los que están de acuerdo con mi manera de ver y pensar las cosas y así también con los que no están de acuerdo y su mente malévola,  mezquina y ambiciosa los que creen ver las cosas diferentes  y escuchar marchas de jinetes endiablados donde ni siquiera existen.

Escriban los que comparten su opinion o no a mi emial

July 1, 2009
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I loved Michael's Heal the World. Its one of the best. I was in Middle East in the 80's-90's. And even a conservative place like that loved Michael. I never go to see any of his concerts but now I wish I did.

I don't know why are they coming up with rumors that MJ is not the father! . I never believed in all those allegations against him. He has three kids of his own, how could he molest any other child? Let him rest in peace for once and all. God bless you MJ!

July 1, 2009
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" THE GREATEST EVER " Michael was just incredible point blank! No matter where he was, if he heard a beat he reacted with his body motions. So sad the childhood he had. So much shame for his dad, he felt unwanted when he was a little kid. Nonetheless, he was & still is THE KING OF POP!!! This icon was loved all over the world, not to mention the prison mates that copied the thriller dance in prison. That, is shocking!!! I dont recall any celebrities that have died that even the prisons are effected like this. Your the man Mike now & always. We love you & will miss u now & always...

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July 1, 2009
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I am so sad about Michael Jackson's death, but what I am more sad about is that people keep making these comments about the horrible things he did, WHAT horrible things did he do? He was accuitted of all 14 counts that means he was found innocent, you people make me sick still talking about this. Michael Jackson was a kind and giving man, did you not hear the amount of money he gave to charities? The amount of people he helped.  If you ask me you people need help! This amazing man just died and all you can think of is the negative. RIP Michael you will live forever!

July 1, 2009
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Copyright brado creamed corn written: July 1st, 2009

Niagara Falls, ON Canada musician


When Mike was young, he knew his fate

An ugly world, full of hate

The television newscasts won’t go dry

Cause the king of pop has gone to die


Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

My Michael’s gone away.


And when he did his walk on the moon,

He foretold his Elvis Presley doom;

The king of pop has gone to die,

Fans around the world start to cry,


Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

My Michael’s gone away


One day he fell and bought the farm,

Like flies, Paparazzi, they did swarm;

Last chance to bite him while he dies,

Does Debbie Rowe have an alibi?

(Does Debbie Rowe get to say good-bye?)


Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

My Michael’s gone away


Cameras roll, he sings high pitch,

Lies tumble Michael in the ditch;

He died, and the world wondered “Why?”

The verdict was the media lies


Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

My Michael’s gone away


They buried him ‘neath the Neverland tree

His epitaph there for all to see

"Beneath this stone I'm forced to lie

The victim of the media’s high”


Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

Media crack whore, and I don't care,

My Michael’s gone away


July 1, 2009
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Michael Jackson was a great and talented human being.  I wish the media would let him Rest in Peace and give his family private time to grieve his passing. There was a unappropriate comment made on the Campbell Brown show just a few minutes ago.  One of her guest gave some unofficial information about the public viewing at the Staple Center and said the Circus (with elephants and clowns) need to pack their stuff and be out for the Michael Jackson viewing..he had the nerve to say "one circus after another"...where is the RESPECT.  Campbell Brown and the other guest started laughing.  Nothing about this terrible and unexpected situation is funny.


Michael...we will keep your legacy alive...RIP

July 1, 2009
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Please share this letter if at all possible:



Dear Michael,



I can't believe this has happened. I know it's true but in the back of my mind, I'm hoping this is just one big tasteless joke, I'm hoping this is you pulling a 'Makeveli' as a publicity stunt for your new tour. I'm hoping this is all just a prank gone terribly wrong. That's how unbelievable this is.



You have played such a tremendous role in so many families across the globe. I can't even count how family reunions that have gone by where everyone hit the dance floor once they heard the beat drop to 'Rock With You'. I can't tell you how many nights I wouldn't have fallen asleep as a child without watching 'The Wiz' first. I can't tell you how many parties the grown folks in my family had while us kids where in the back room trying to imitate the moves in 'Speed Demon'.



This is such a tragedy. But let me not be selfish. Even with the tremendous musical and charitable contributions you have made to the world, I realize you are HUMAN and we as humans sometimes fall victim to our own complexities and I feel so sorry for you... poor rich Michael.



I would LOVE to have the fame and fortune you have, I'm just not sure I'd be willing to give up my wonderful childhood experiences to do it. I thank you for making that sacrifice and pray you are in a place that is as humble as you are and as serene and this world wasn't. The media had proven over the past week they are going to make as much of a circus out of you in death as they did in life. To the Jackson family, stay strong, grounded and be encouraged in the Lord.



I do not know you, I've never met you but because of the role you've played in so many various times in my life, for being the reason I even know what the feeling of nostalgia is, I can say in all honesty... Michael, I love you...


July 2, 2009
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So here's the thing with Michael Jackson, he was a genius. The world watched him grow up. Now we replay the tapes and watch him when he was younger just to remember how good he actually was. We replay the tapes and we already know that the these are historic gems. We all make some type of history, but he made REAL, SIGNIFICANT HISTORY. This makes him a legend. There is an undeniable timelessness in songs like Billie Jean, Thriller, Don't stop 'til you get enough. But the message is timeless also, and VASTLY underestimated in my opinion. Put yourself in his shoes. He was famous by the age of 10. He was moulded as a product since that time. His solo career blew up after Off the wall. He released thriller and here we see a young Black man sing about the consequences of unprotected teenage sex and the responcibilty of Fatherhood. With Bad we once again have this young Black genius lamenting the fact that young men think they are invicible and thus they are proliferating violence throughout their neighbourhoods. By this time he was HUGE. He was shy, he was backward, and he had an alarmingly terrible body image issue. We ridiculed him so much so that he made music asking us to `Leave him alone' and telling us that the pressure makes him scream. We hardly paid attention to the themes in Heal the world, Man in the mirror, and Earth song. Humanity coursed through his veins. these songs will last as long as man does, and 50, 100, 200 years in the future he will be the voice of our generation, the voice of the tragic race who ridiculed and villified their genius and did not realize what they had until he was dead. Man murdered Jesus, man murdered Socrates, man vilified capurnicus, more recently, we did the same to Marilyn, Elvis, Diana and now Michael to name a few. Granted the modern figure fell prey to excesses in most cases but they were dealing with a different world. Too many people smelled blood and not enough tried to help. He made himself pretty so people would accept him without realizing that he did not need to. Then the ridicule. They made him a hero then vilified him because of his eccentricities. The more we let the bloodsuckers vilifiy, the worse his behaviour deteriorated. He attracted leaches, just like Elvis, and they sucked him dry, they sucked him dry and left him eviserated, bald, dead on a bed, dead at 50. We watched him die, and they let him die all the while ridiculing him renlentlessly, and now that he's dead they step back in utter shock at what happened. As a pennance they elevate him to legend status and celebrate his life as if they did nothing wrong. To make themselves feel better they pay tribute to him, endless programs about how great he was, all the while forgetting what they had said about him up until a meer few weeks ago. Who are they? Anyone who's perscribed him drugs when they know he didn't need them, people who pandered and enabled him, all the while keeping his concerned family at bay, doing what they could to keep their life blood flowing, anyone who sensationalized, and radicalized and took advantage of his celebrity for their own gains. The doctors who kept performing and performing and performing these surgeries taking money he did not have hand over fist to keep him insecure, the poeple who misunderstood his message and painted him as some messiah wanna be when all he was trying to do was tell us to take a look at ourselves and see where we're going wrong and entertain us while he did so. He was larger than life. He was Huge, and his legacy will be bigger. They took this vulnerable man, who cared deeply about the world, a true citizen of the world and they turned him into an enigma so that the masses could have their Michael. i am glad we had him but it should have been on his terms. I am devastated that he is gone, but I am glad he is at peace. I am glad that his leagacy will be one of healing the world, being a real man, father, steward of the Earth. Future generations will discover and cherish his music. His message of goodwill will reverberate with them and they will be better people because of it. I am a better person because of his music, and I have been moved to be a better person because of his death. Please follow me on that path.

July 2, 2009
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Well said  CiaranD! I have no pictures, and no video...I wish I did. My heart is broken nonetheless...I can't even explain why I am hurting so much....perhaps it suddenly feels that all the things that were important when I was young are now gone, the revisiting of those emotions is painful, and that is the saddest feeling of peacefully, Michael....I love you!

July 2, 2009
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My birthday was the 25th. I will always remember Michael. He stood for so much and nobody in the media cared it was always negativity. That man never had any peace. That whole thing with the sexual misconduct was BS. It was exploitation just to get money. How in the world could someone that was all for helping and trying so hard to heal the world do something that bad its bs. I bet the regret is horrible for those who accused him. I always wanted to meet the king of pop, and now i never will. I would listen to his music when my parents would fight and when it got out of hand. now i am 31 and still listen to his music and it helps me to escape the hurt and pain of the past and current issues. Michael you will be missed you are loved dearly.. Celine Dion sings a beautiful song called Call the Man.. listen to it and remember Michael Jackson please.....

July 2, 2009
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I just wanted to say i was just watching the news and i am outrage at the man claiming that Micheal is getting too much coverage. How dare this Man. He need to leave Micheal alone and get a life. Since he thinks that Micheal is getting too much coverage then he should simple turn his t.v off. I am glue to CNN and i cant get enough of the Micheal Jackson story.

July 2, 2009
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i still couldn't believe that he is gone. i know all the fans all over the world are having a hard time saying goodbye to the king of pop. he was such an incredible performer, a good hearted person, a genius, a truly wonderful human being. though it is sad to think that he was also misinterpreted most of the time because of the other aspects of his life. he was also a human being who had to think and care for himself no matter what his actions led him to do to himself. it's really hard to accept that we will no longer see him perform. his works will forever live. as what he stated before, he intended to give his all to everything that he did, to bind his soul to his works to achieve immortality because he knew that all of these will continue to go on even without his physical presence. farewell to the king of pop. thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with everybody in the world.

July 3, 2009
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I had to write something. No other celebrities' death has touched me the way Michael Jackson's has. I actually cried. How stupid right? But he was that much a part of my life, my childhood, my memories. I crushed on him and envied his voice, his music, his moves and his genius. He was undeniably a genius. I hate what the media does to people, the speculations they make. No one will ever truly know what his last day was like. I just hope he didn't suffer and I hope his family knows what he meant to us fans. Not the manic, hysterical fans that lined the streets waiting for a glimpse of a superstar; but the fans who enjoyed his music and his videos and watched him grow. I think I've gotten enough off my chest. Even if no one reads this, it's out of me and I needed to share that with someone. I'm sad for his family and their loss and I'm sad for the world. This world and the world of music entertainment. God Bless Michael Jackson. You were truly loved.

July 3, 2009
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michael was the first man to moonwalk on earth, he had the  most selling records of all time, he has touched so many lives across the planet. he was the most kindest,gentle and giving man. michael was an angel here on earth and he's gone too soon. now you're a shining star in the  heavens. we loved you then we love you now we will love you always. you will never be forgotten.      

July 3, 2009
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Michael You made Music what it is today! You will always be the greatest!  I love you! Rest in Peace, your suffering is over! 


Mr.Jackson- You will have many slepless nights, you deserve nothing, you have some Ba--- coming forth and speaking out, you will meet your match in Heaven!

July 3, 2009
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dear media can we stop talking about the bad things of micheal jackson and think of the good things for a while the public is hurting over the lost of the Pop star. please have some remorse for the family that is grieving over their love one member. thank you mz truth

July 3, 2009
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I am watching everything about Michael Joseph Jackson on CNN, please keep it going guys, and be kind, he has many fan. When I first heard the news I was stunned, I felt like I was kicked in the chest at the suddenness of this untimely death and no one to save him, which hurts. I was so looking forward to seeing him on his up coming concert tour. I am 50 something and  can’t get enough of MJ, I can sit for hours with my mom and just watch him dance, I love what Akon did with Wanna be startin somethin which is my all time favorite even though I loved all his music, seems like just yesterday we were watching him on MTV, he was a true entertainer and my one regret is that I can’t attend the memorial service but I will be watching from afar…..Michael Joseph Jackson you have entertained me and my family for many years, may you now RIP, we your fans will always love you

July 4, 2009
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I am glad that the DEA is now involved as we need to know who the drug dealers masquerading as doctors are that were supplying him with the deadly drugs that eventually kill him.

Where were his people?

I would also like to know who are the doctors, the so call plastic surgeons who destroy his face, they should all loose their licenses

We his fans need names

I hope his haters won’t be at his memorial service

Debbie Rowe has no right to those kids and should never be granted custody so that she can squander away their trust funds

As a fan I still have lots of unanswered questions


July 4, 2009

With respect to the jackson family's wishes, in particular, Jermaine, I would say and plead that the State Of California should agree to allow MJ's final resting place to be at Neverland Ranch. As much as it would be nice to allow people to visit his resting place, it would keep the sick people from leaving nasty comments about MJ to desicrate his grave and vandalize it. Neverland would allow him to rest in peace. As fans as MJ, I think we all should put pressure on the State of California to give the Jackson family their wish. Allow the King Of Pop to truly and finally be at peace.

Rich and Angela Mckeithen

July 4, 2009
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I remembered I've loved Michael Jackson since way back in the 80's when he first went solo.He was so talented and so young.My prayers goes out to all who loved him.R.I.P,my sweet! You will be missed and never forgotten! Long live the KING OF POP!

July 4, 2009
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When I first saw Michael Jackson I was star struck and in love with everything about him.How could you not-he was so tallented and off course soo good looking and lets not forget the most soft spoken,humble looking and the most well dressed guy I have ever saw. I had everything of his I could get. I was and always will be his #1 fan.

July 4, 2009
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Michael,I love you soo much and even thought i never met you I felt I knew you.R.I.P,SWEETIE! They can't hurt you nomore.

July 5, 2009
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I know I will be severely chastised for my comments, but that's what makes us all different. I am Sick & tired of hearing about Michael Jackson! He was one of the best entertainers that ever lived, but he is gone. Let's get over it and get back to living our own lives. Why was such a big deal made over Michael, and hardly a word said about Farrah Fawcett? I am tired of hearing what a wonderful black man he was - he didn't want to be black, and he did not want to be a man! Get Over It.

July 5, 2009
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I have been reading all the comments in here and some of you are soo funny because it's true.Bradocc's poem/song type of thin-I loved it!Media crack wore,and i don't care-that's the part that made me laugh the hardest because it's true.The media is awfull.They build you up then they knock you down.I have heard so much crap since this beautiful soul died that it makes me sick to my stomach.Where's the RESPECT! I have been watching all the media coverage about my Michael,but I am fed up with talks about the child molostation case,about who will pay for his memorial ceramony and other crap that is not helping or is not nessasery or respectful to say.I do want the media to cover uptodate news on what happened to our M.J that he died,but please,lay off the things that are very hurtful. A nation is grieving and still trying to process what just happened and come to grasp with it and most importantly lets not forget his kids and other loved ones that don't need to hear such hurtful things.please be KIND. Don't get me wrong I want to know who did this to him,but just stick to the case and find out who did this to our Michael!SOMETHING SMELLS FUNNY! HE WAS FINE 2 DAY BEFORE AND THEN HE DROPS DEAD? No,SOMETHING CRIMINAL HAPPENED AND I'M HAPPY THE DEA IS NOW INVOLVED. I'M ANGRY AT THESE SO CALLED DOCTORS.I HAVE HEARD THAT THE DOCTORS SHOULD NOT GET IN TROUBLE BECAUSE MICHAEL HAD A PROBLEM WITH PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND HE WAS A GROWN MAN! BS,DOCTORS SHOULD KNOW BETTER AND NOT BE EXCUSSED FOR CRIMINAL ACTS THAT MAY HAVE TAKING A LIFE BESIDES THE DRUG THAT HE WAS GETTING IS NOT EVEN SUPPOSE TO BE A PRESCRIPTION DRUG-EVER!AS I UNDERSTAND THAT IT'S ONLY USED IN A HOSPITAL SETTING FOR ANASTISIA.IT IS NOT A SLEEPING MEDICATION.POOR MICHAEL- HE JUST WANTED TO SLEEP.I CRY EVERY TIME I THINK OF THAT!DON'T WORRY,MICHAEL JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED!R.I.P,OUR ANGEL!WE LOVE YOU AND YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN! TEARS FOR YOU,MICHAEL! THE JACKSONS AND ALL HIS LOVED ONES ARE IN MY PRAYERS!

July 5, 2009
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hey im a dj from the from the past no musis could pack a dance floor like mj.. i up set as of 756pm arizona time i have not recieved notice of a lottery tix to the memorial service.. what is going to happen to the tixs that people cant use r/t to short of notice...

July 6, 2009
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the boy that won the case from MJ yrs ago was interviewed as per Kevin Brown of KBLX radio admitting MJ was not guilty,but his father was tired of being poor.  He is now 29yrs old.  As far as the latest case against MJ he was found not quilty!! So the Sen. King stick that in your pipe and smoke it!!!

July 7, 2009
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My Tribute to Michael J, Jackson

Michael like an eagle you soared the earth ,aware of you purpose ,fulfilling it to the uttermost.

The world embraced you from a child until you evolved into the celestial being,completing your course.

Gone one day like a lightening flash from all our deepest senses,but not from our eternal soul............

Sing and dance on my brother,Heaven is now your home.

           Your Soul Fan Sylvia R ,Mejia Simmons

July 7, 2009
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I remember as a young girl going through a rough time in my life. Michael Jackson, along with his brothers, The Jackson Five came out with this song; "I'll Be There." I felt like Michael was singing to me and letting me know that he was there for me and understood what I was going through. This moment to me was God sending me an angel by way of Michael Jackson. I will never forget that time in my life because Michael Jackson made it better. Thank you Michael, for being a friend you never met and thank you God, for sharing Michael Jackson with us for such a short time but what a time! Phyllis Montana-Leblanc. New Orleans, Louisiana. This is my Tribute To Michael Joseph Jackson. From my heart. You're at peace now and there is no more pain. Your in His Arms.

July 7, 2009
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I got to say that I did listen to MJ growing up but didn't idolize the man or entertainer as a living god like most idiots mourning his death.  I do have to say, get over it, he deserved his fate however tragic it was.  His remeberance will be in the trashbloids for years and the scandels will never end.  That is not the way I would have liked to be remembered.  The public has fueled this spectacle to be a circus show.  The State of California doesn't even want to support it because of the cost, I don't blame them.  I will do my part and shut off all company TV's, PC's and radios during the entire day so they cannot support this farce.

July 7, 2009
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For M. Jackson 2009


It has been said that you were a

  lover of children   

Inviting them into bed to play teddy bear

Like the sad big boy next door grouping

  for a family of happiness      

Just how much your father beat you or your       

   adult lovers left you doesn’t matter

You …Michael were the amazing peter pan  

    talent of the century

To be discussed…accused and acquitted of  

  everything except murder

Even as your gentle heart disengaged from 

  the world

And the king of pop to everyone’s surprise  

  landed abruptly in Never Land

to be lamented with Elvis and the                  

  Little Prince

All gone into Gods huge thriller




V. Ronci Gaeta


July 7, 2009
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Time to get this off my chest:


I’m beyond irritated by all this apologist nonsense and misplaced icon worship surrounding the death of Michael Jackson. The man is being heralded as some kind of martyred musical genius taken from us too soon by the cruel ironies of fame and fortune and by the fickle nature of the media and the public who alternatively worshiped and tried to destroy him. Now this is a poetic notion…but it bears no resemblance to the truth.


Even leaving the countless plastic surgeries, the monkey and Neverland aside, the man was a fiend and a first-class mutant with a taste for the bizarre that rivaled Caligula in his prime. This is not the kind of guy you want to get caught on camera crying for, believe me. It’d be like crying for Richard Nixon or John Wayne Gacy. But then again, I’m sure all of you Jackson revisionists out there will be just fine. For unlike OJ and Robert Blake, who were also acquitted of their crimes, Jackson’s legacy will be wiped clean by the record companies and media outlets who stand to gain from his death and by the idiots who think his behavior is excusable because he invented the moonwalk and wrote Thriller. Jackson is like the boy in the Teflon bubble…nothing gets inside and nothing sticks. OJ and Beretta won’t be so lucky. History will regard them as criminals who beat the system. Jackson will be cheered as a legend.


What does this say about us, that we are willing to let him slide? We are a nation who treats crimes against children as the most serious of all…unless you can sing and dance. This is a double-standard of biblical proportions, my friends and it cannot be justified.


Look at it this way, let’s say I was a shipping clerk. And I was the best shipping clerk of all times. I invented new ways of handling shipments and I never lost a package in twenty five years of service. Let’s say all of that was true but on the last day before my retirement it came to light that I had been accused of over a dozen separate acts of child molestation and that I’d even been tried twice, but acquitted. Then I went on TV and told anyone who would listen that not only did I indeed have those kids over to my house for sleepovers, but that I also slept in the same bed with them and feel there is nothing wrong with “expressing you love for a child” in that way. How would I be remembered at the office after I was gone? Would I be the best damned shipping clerk that ever worked there, or would I be that creepy son of a bitch that got away with molesting babies? You know very well what the answer is. So, why is it any different for Michael Jackson? Because he wrote Thriller, man…Thriller.


Look, I won’t take anything away from his musical talent. The man did things that no-one ever did before. He was gifted. But so was Hitler, although very few remember him for his paintings.


The man was not a hero folks. He was a criminal and a pedophile and a cautionary tale. His talent does not wash away his sins. You can love his music, but if you love the man then you are on the wrong side of the moral fence. My advice is to get off this bandwagon as quickly as possible. I, for one, will sleep better knowing he’s dead.






July 7, 2009
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In Michael's memory:


To your tunes the world sang and danced in unison,

Billions knew the Moonwalker - Michael Jackson.


You got the whole world singing in chime,

But now you’re gone much before it was time.


You gave us music, and a new sort of dance,

Because of you many more got a chance.


You were too good to be true,

The world just didn’t deserve you.


All you wanted was love,

They only gave you a shove.


All you wanted was to be accepted,

But your good acts were constantly intercepted.


All you wanted was to the world give,

But in peace they just wouldn’t let you live.


Constantly following you around was the press,

Waiting for you to misstep and cause you distress.


Used you they did to make a quick buck,

For this, they dragged your name through muck.


Changing you was to put you upon a fetter,

Plastic surgeons, family, fans and friends should have known better.


Unbearable pain and many a trial you withstood,

Your kindness and gentleness the world misunderstood.


With the world for all that you did share,

Your fans, for you, they did care.


Remembered sadly will be this year’s month of June,

The month when the world lost you and your tune.


To impact the world such, you were God’s pick,

You will always remain in our hearts thru your music.


May you rest in peace.



- Tejaswini


July 7, 2009
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I am still in denilal its so sad i met Micheal in 1984 at the Houston Tx. Victory Tour its a moment i will never forget we had back stage passes and after the show we were lead to his hotel room and with security by our side i knocked on the door and i heard his voice on the other side of the door yes may i help you, i in a very shakey and excited young woman said yes sir Mr. Jackson i just loved your show and i was wondering if i could have your autograph,he opend the door looked through the crack he smiled shut the door and i thought oh no...then he unlatched the door held out his hand he took mine shook it and said thank you and what is your name,i choked out my name lol Tirrie,he laughed and signed my 8 by 10 glossy and i almost screamed but i held my composer ....i didnt wash my hand for a week he was so sweet,kind,very humble,and so very handsome,im so grateful i had the opportunity of meeting and seeing the two biggest intertainers in the whole world Elvis and Micheal..I love you be at peace

July 7, 2009
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I just wish the media and other people(you know who you are)would apologize for all the lies and tainted truths they said about Michael Jackson. If you watched his memorial, you heard the true stories and facts about a great individual..with the kind of love so pure that your kind just can't understand.. A man of God... and remember, God sees all!

God is Love, and Love is ALL there is! Go with God Michael...Be Free!

July 7, 2009
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I just wish the media and other people(you know who you are)would apologize for all the lies and tainted truths they said about Michael Jackson. If you watched his memorial, you heard the true stories and facts about a great individual..with the kind of love so pure that your kind just can't understand.. A man of God... and remember, God sees all!

God is Love, and Love is ALL there is! Go with God Michael...Be Free!

July 7, 2009
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Michael Jackson will be immortalized by his music and dancing style, but most of all, I don't think any of us realize what a humanitarian and philanthropist he was.  As far as all the charges against him, I don't believe any of it.  He made the mistake of paying off one party and that opened the door for more opportunists to get in line.  Today's memorial service was a fitting farewell tribute to the King of Pop.  Long live the King!!

July 7, 2009
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I have had a crush on Michael since I first saw him on television with the Jackson Five. We are the same age.  I used to call him "The Big MJ" and when my friends asked me why I told them because I knew in my heart someday he was going to be big.I had been watching everyday all day since the news came out, and when Jermaine sang "Smile", I could feel my heart breaking right along with his. Then it suddenly hit me that Michael Jackson was gone. I felt very empty & sad inside and I cried for a long time. I will miss my first crush!! To say they broke the mold when God made him is an understatement!! Michael Jackson can never be replicated! I am honored to have shared an era of my life with such a wonderful talent and person, and he will always be "The Big MJ" forever in my heart!

July 7, 2009
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I have had a crush on Michael since I first saw him on television with the Jackson Five. We are the same age.  I used to call him "The Big MJ" and when my friends asked me why I told them because I knew in my heart someday he was going to be big.I had been watching everyday all day since the news came out, and when Jermaine sang "Smile", I could feel my heart breaking right along with his. Then it suddenly hit me that Michael Jackson was gone. I felt very empty & sad inside and I cried for a long time. I will miss my first crush!! To say they broke the mold when God made him is an understatement!! Michael Jackson can never be replicated! I am honored to have shared an era of my life with such a wonderful talent and person, and he will always be "The Big MJ" forever in my heart!

July 8, 2009
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I am a 56 yr old white female, married for 21 yrs.  I say this because I truly believe it didn't matter who you were, Michael Jackson's music meant something to all of us.  I remember my mother saying whenever the Jackson Five were on a show, "Isn't he adorable!, but listen to that voice!"  My mother raise me on GOOD music. I think through all the mega-hits of this incredible talent we sometimes forget or maybe they go by the wayside, the absolutely beautiful, pure, simple things such as "Gone Too Soon".  I have never blogged, but after watching the celebration today, sobbing and feeling devastated for Michael's family, I felt compelled to write what I was thinking as I watched the evening tribute on CNN.  He was a dicotomy, a tremendous entertainer, a business man, a shy little boy, but I think what he should be thought of, most importantly, is a loving father, son, brother, uncle, fiercly loyal friend, someone who wanted to love and be kind to everyone and loved in return.  We should have all protected that PERSON in life and now we must protect him in death.  Praise his charity, music and accomplishments, but remember that PERSON!! If these blogs are being forwarded to the Jackson family, I would like to say to them,  My heart is broken for all of you.  I wish you strength and courage to withstand all of this.  I am so very sorry for your tremendous loss.  Thank you for sharing Michael with us, but he belongs to you first.  Thank you for allowing all of us to grieve with you and be part the celebration today.  My prayers are with you. Candee McConnell

July 8, 2009
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Oh,my goosh Michael is gone from this earth! I can't stand this feeling of such a heavy heart. I feel so much pain inside. I'm so full emotions.I can't realy put in words what I am feeling because i have never felt like this before about any other star who has dead in my time. I have taken this so personal. I guess it's because I have  always loved him and felt for him for all his pains,tribulitions,and the way he felt about himself was sad. The man not only was so handsome,but so amazing.I wish he saw himself the way his fans and other loved ones saw him.I have always dreamed of meeting him before I dead and talk to him and tell him How much God loves him and how beatiful he is. I Wanted to give him a big hug.but now never will get to meet him again and that hurts.I do pray for his kids,the Jackson family and freinds. R.I.P,SWEETIE! PLEASE ALL THE HATERS OUT THERE LEAVE HIM ALONE!!!  

July 10, 2009
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TO ALL THE HATERS & THE MEDIA PLEASE LEAVE HIM ALONE & LET THE KING OF POP AKA MICHAEL JACKSON R.I.P. There was a specail reason He was here not only for his music but he brought the whole world together & open all doors to any artist that wanted to sing,rap or even dance.This was the man that knew everything & everyone that look up to him as The Real King Of Pop (G.O.A.T) I want to say we all Loved Michael Jackson & we all going to missed him. Now his gone their's no reason for us to be sad & just like his song said we need to Smile more. we can't stay foucs on Negative people cause they never learn & well must get our acts together & this is our wake up call for all of us to stop our foolish drama, & all that pity stuff that is going on in our lives enough is enough. My prayers goes out to his Kids, The Jackson Family, & his closest Friends. THANK YOU MICHAEL JACKSON for all the positive things that you had done in your 50 years of your career. May You RIP THE REAL TRUE KING OF POP AKA MICHAEL JACKSON. Just remember can't anyone replace you & you the only Michael Jackson & that's you. & yes YOUR MUSIC STILL ALIVE & WE WILL KEEP PLAYING YOUR MUSIC.

July 23, 2009
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Im way too young to know MJ the way everyone who is crying over him does ,I'm heartbroken no matter what. You hear the child molestation jokes everywhere but now is the time to stop and join together to celebrate all that 'The King Of Pop' has done for us. There is no proof of him doing anything illegal and yet there is proof of him doing something legendary. I'm 12 years old and know how much joy MJ has brought to more than some 30 year olds, that's very sad to me.

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