The Last Post on Michael Jackson
June 21, 2005

After reading this vapid USA Today article, there is nothing left to say. My favorite part?:

Adds Oxman, formerly a member of Jackson's defense team: "Michael is an extraordinarily resilient human being. He has been through storms of monumental proportions since he was 8 years old and seen his way through them all."

Still, the accumulated effect of decades of high-profile odd behavior could be tough to overcome.

Thomas Mesereau Jr. told NBC's Today that Jackson will no longer share his bed with young boys.

"He's not going to do that anymore," Mesereau said." "He's not going to make himself vunerable to this anymore."

Well there's a relief.

Posted by Ambra at June 21, 2005 4:05 AM in Culture
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Nice to see you back in the "real world" of the internet.


Welcome back, Ambra!

Welcome back!

So he'll switch to young girls?

I wrote an actual reply but it couldn't get through because of "questionable comment". Whadididoo, whadididoo?

Welcome back!

Yeah I'm not sure what's up with the questionable content message. It seems my website scripts went all moral on us...

"It seems my website scripts went all moral on us..."

Now THAT'S the kinda stuff I missed!

'Bout time you came back. :-)

Ambra, regarding the Michael Jackson trial: the
weirdest moment of the trial of a weird man was
the day Jay Leno testified, for the defense!
Since 1993, Leno has not heard a joke about
MJ's penchant for pedophilia that he has not
told on his show!

Aw man, you missed your chance!
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