"Then again, I might be wrong."<br><br>"No. You see children know such a lot now, they soon don't believe in fairies, and every time a child says, `I don't believe in fairies,' there is a fairy somewhere that falls down dead."<br><br>-Peter Pan<br><br>[color:blue]Never anthropomorphize your Mac - they hate that.</font color=blue>
_________________________ [red]Bibo, ergo sum[/red]
"They also accused him of wanting to throw his baby over the balcony, where you could see clearly that those were not his intentions."<br><br>No one accused him of wanting to throw the kid over the balcony. People were upset because he held the kid over the balcony. This is OK with you? You're willing to defend this behavior cos he's the King of Pop? Lock the miscreant up.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>You're willing to defend this behavior cos he's the King of Pop?<p><hr></blockquote><p>Tell me you'd disrespect the King. Gowan, tell me! <br><br>Fact is he was just blessing his subjects w/the lil' tyke. Wassamatta wid dat?<br><br>And as far as the molestation charges are concerned — wayyyyyy off base there. He was simply employing those young boys. Teaching them responsibility and the value of a dollar. And polishing the King's scepter is a pretty lucrative gig at that.<br><br>You're just bitter because he won the Miss Creant pageant and you didn't. <br><br>
Interesting tidbit today on the subject of Wacko Jacko...<br><br>I know it's the N.E., but they've been right before.....<br><br>Cops found Michael Jackson's fingerprint and a fingerprint from the boy accusing him of sex abuse on the "same page" of a porno mag seized from the pop star's home last year, according to a published report.<br><br>The fingerprints, allegedly found in a copy of Barely Legal magazine, could help bolster the boy's claim that Jackson used porno mags to get him aroused, according to a story in this week's National Enquirer.<br><br>Jackson, 46, is accused of molesting the then-13-year-old cancer survivor and conspiring to hold the boy and his family hostage at Neverland early last year. Jackson has pleaded not guilty to all charges.<br><br>
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