even though i am the first to sharpen the knife for a child abuser, i never believed that MJ sexually abused kids. i wondered if he could even have sex. rumor had it that his children were not conceived the natural way. his marriages didn't last to long.
unless someone talks, we'll never know, but i'd be willing to bet that he was pretty much asexual, both in identity and activities. sort of stuck in pre-puberty mentally.
probably this gets so much attention because it was not expected, and for the moment there is some mystery surrounding it. Ed was a pretty big star, but his death was not a surprise. Farrah was not a big star, just a fond memory for a lot of middle age men.
I'm with you, Kathy, I don't think he did anything to those kids, either, I think he was an eight year old himself, forever seeking his childhood. I also don't believe he was the father of any of those kids.
Thats because Jackson consistently stayed in the spotlight for whatever reason, more recently his huge debt.
To be honest, when I heard ed mcmahon died I was kind of surprised because I thought he died a long time ago.
You never heard anything about him because he wasn't doing anything to make the news.
Actually, he'd been in the news just a few months ago because he was losing his house, he's mortgaged it to the hilt, and he was heavily advertising it via press releases and a PR agent that obviously booked him all over the place to talk about it. Then he disappeared - must have gotten too sick to deal with it anymore.
I've got Emeril on, so I don't have to listen to the wall-to-wall MJ stuff. I suppose O'Rielly will have nothing but it on, too, although I hope not - I'd like to hear what's going on with cap and trade, a much more important subject that will impact us all! MJ is certainly taking the spotlight off the real business, isn't he?