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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
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    if jacko didn't do this then i'm happy that he got off. although, i think it would have been funny to see him go to jail but how can anyone be a fan of a weirdo who admits to sleeping with children? don't you people find that just a little bit disturbing?
    No, considering he was abused and stopped growing mentally at the age of 14.

    He still made better music than anyone alive.
    if he was abused as a child then it is even more likely that he did molest those kids.
    Or it's more likely that he legitimately slept in the bed with kids - not thinking sexually, as he said in an interview with Ed Bradley - and simply didn't realize the image he was giving off.


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    Or it's more likely that he legitimately slept in the bed with kids - not thinking sexually, as he said in an interview with Ed Bradley - and simply didn't realize the image he was giving off.
    Didn't realize the image he was giving off? C'mon, gimme a break.

    Do you ever sleep with your friend's girlfriend - not thinking sexually of course - but not realize the image you're giving off?

    Plus if he's not thinking sexually, WHAT WAS HE THINKING??

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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

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    Or it's more likely that he legitimately slept in the bed with kids - not thinking sexually, as he said in an interview with Ed Bradley - and simply didn't realize the image he was giving off.
    Didn't realize the image he was giving off? C'mon, gimme a break.

    Do you ever sleep with your friend's girlfriend - not thinking sexually of course - but not realize the image you're giving off?

    Plus if he's not thinking sexually, WHAT WAS HE THINKING??
    Were you beat from the age of 5 on?

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    Then you can't understand, and shouldn't pretend to.


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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
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    if jacko didn't do this then i'm happy that he got off. although, i think it would have been funny to see him go to jail but how can anyone be a fan of a weirdo who admits to sleeping with children? don't you people find that just a little bit disturbing?
    No, considering he was abused and stopped growing mentally at the age of 14.

    He still made better music than anyone alive.
    if he was abused as a child then it is even more likely that he did molest those kids.
    How do you come up with that?

    I know a few people who have been molested and I can't see how you can make that connection unless you have done some research on it.


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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

    Greatest of our era???...riiigggghhht......His music sucks and I like all types of music.....I seriously cant see how people can listen to a man become a girl through a song.....He should have gone to jail and this is another case of letting a celeb off easy...


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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
    if jacko didn't do this then i'm happy that he got off. although, i think it would have been funny to see him go to jail but how can anyone be a fan of a weirdo who admits to sleeping with children? don't you people find that just a little bit disturbing?
    No, considering he was abused and stopped growing mentally at the age of 14.

    He still made better music than anyone alive.
    if he was abused as a child then it is even more likely that he did molest those kids.
    How do you come up with that?

    I know a few people who have been molested and I can't see how you can make that connection unless you have done some research on it.

    i can't say i have done any research so i can't say i know for a fact. i've always heard that someone who has been molested or abused as a child is way more likely to abuse their child or be a molester.

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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    "MNVikingGangsta" wrote:
    if jacko didn't do this then i'm happy that he got off. although, i think it would have been funny to see him go to jail but how can anyone be a fan of a weirdo who admits to sleeping with children? don't you people find that just a little bit disturbing?
    No, considering he was abused and stopped growing mentally at the age of 14.

    He still made better music than anyone alive.
    if he was abused as a child then it is even more likely that he did molest those kids.
    How do you come up with that?

    I know a few people who have been molested and I can't see how you can make that connection unless you have done some research on it.

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    What are the causes and risks of the injury?
    Sexual abuse happens to children of all religions, ethnic origins, and income levels. Often the abuser is someone the child knows, rather than a stranger. A person who was sexually abused as a child is more likely to become an abuser as an older child or adult.

    Experts know that adolescents who have been abused are at higher risk for other health problems. However, we do not yet know whether the health problems came before the abuse or if the abuse increased the risk for the health problem. These problems include the following:

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    Well, I'm not as passionate about this as some of you are. I personally thought he was pretty innocent in this particular case, as the mother was one of those "chronic suers", so I wasn't surprised by the verdict.

    But, Mark Chmura was also found not guilty of his crime, but his reputation was ruined for one simple fact: even if he "didn't" do the nasty, what the heck was he doing putting himself in that situation in the first place: a grown man sitting in a hot tub with high school girls at a drinking party, then taking one up into a bathroom alone?

    Michael Jackson should be put up to the same light: no matter the reason or intent, if he's admitted to Ed Bradley that he didn't realize how his actions were perceived, he darn well should now. I would hope his sleepover parties involve bunkbeds from now on.
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    rediculous..absolutely rediculous..the guy is clearly flat out messed up and doesnt belong out in the world unsupervised
    People who see life as anything more than pure entertainment are missing the point.

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    Re: Michael Jackson verdict

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    rediculous..absolutely rediculous..the guy is clearly flat out messed up and doesnt belong out in the world unsupervised
    Thats not what he was on trial for.

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