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But Michael Jackson has managed to make himself to appear even stranger:

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"In Monday night's rare glimpse into his fiercely guarded private life, Jackson insisted there was nothing wrong with having children sleep with him in the bedroom of his Neverland ranch and vowed to kill himself if there were no children left in the world."

and

"He revealed that after Paris was born "I snatched her and just went home with all the placenta and everything all over her. I'm not kidding. Got her in a towel and ran. They said it was fine... And I got her home and washed it all off.""

and

"Jackson, a former child star who was physically abused by his father, insisted his interest in children was not sexual, saying he liked to tuck them up in bed and give them hot milk and cookies."







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Hey, this'll air in the US on a Thursday "20/20" special!

http://abcnews.go.com/Sections/2020/index.html

Geez, should I watch this...or CSI....or SmackDown! on Thursday?

{ EDIT : Those lying liars, there's NOTHING on the Thursday special! Don't click on that link! I'm warning you! }

(edited by CRZ on 4.2.03 0530)



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I don't know why, but I find it very unsettling that he named two of his children Prince Michael I and Prince Michael II. I can't figure out if he's trying to be George Foreman or a Villano.



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Hey, this'll air in the US on a Thursday "20/20" special!

    http://abcnews.go.com/Sections/2020/index.html

    Geez, should I watch this...or CSI....or SmackDown! on Thursday?

    { EDIT : Those lying liars, there's NOTHING on the Thursday special! Don't click on that link! I'm warning you! }

    (edited by CRZ on 4.2.03 0530)



Let's see... receive more confirmation that "Jacko is Wahcko" or Smackdown.

BTW, gotta love that claim about only two plastic surgeries. Isn't this like his 12th nose?



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"In Monday night's rare glimpse into his fiercely guarded private life, Jackson insisted there was nothing wrong with having children sleep with him in the bedroom of his Neverland ranch and vowed to kill himself if there were no children left in the world."
I'm not sure I see anything wrong with a parent having their kids sleep with them in the same room either. And somehow, I dont think he made the "kill himself" comment in the same sentence as the "kids sleep in my room" thing.

"He revealed that after Paris was born "I snatched her and just went home with all the placenta and everything all over her. I'm not kidding. Got her in a towel and ran. They said it was fine... And I got her home and washed it all off.""
I dont know about this part.

"Jackson, a former child star who was physically abused by his father, insisted his interest in children was not sexual, saying he liked to tuck them up in bed and give them hot milk and cookies."
Again, nothing wrong with tucking your kids into bed with warm (I gotta assume the milk is not *hot*) milk and cookies, but implying that he made that statement in the same breath as the "no sexual interest in kids" statement makes things look way worse than they are.

Yeah, I defended Jacko. Sue me.



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There's one problem with your response, DJ:

The kids who are sleeping in his bed, getting tucked in and getting fed milk and cookies aren't his own. They are "friends" who come to Neverland for "sleepovers".

Ooof.






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Whoops! I thought he was refering to his own kids there. My bad.

I'm still sure there's a semi-resonable explanation for it, but I'm not gonna bother to guess what it may be.



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That he's a pedofile?



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    Originally posted by HomerJFong"Jackson, a former child star who was physically abused by his father, insisted his interest in children was not sexual, saying he liked to tuck them up in bed and give them hot milk and cookies."


Replace that 'T' in 'tuck' and this has a whole new meaning... HA!



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    Originally posted by HomerJFong
    "He revealed that after Paris was born "I snatched her and just went home with all the placenta and everything all over her. I'm not kidding. Got her in a towel and ran. They said it was fine... And I got her home and washed it all off.""


At practically every hospital I've been to, if a man was running through the hallways carrying a bloody newborn in a towel - with the placenta attached - the security guards would absolutely mug him and take the child back to the nursery. No obstetrician would say that's "fine" - there's way too much medical and legal liability to say that, no matter how famous the father is.

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    Originally posted by Stephanie


    At practically every hospital I've been to, if a man was running through the hallways carrying a bloody newborn in a towel - with the placenta attached - the security guards would absolutely mug him and take the child back to the nursery. No obstetrician would say that's "fine" - there's way too much medical and legal liability to say that, no matter how famous the father is.

    Steph

It's possible Jacko doesn't really know his jargon and it wasn't REALLY placenta.

(Disclaimer: This is merely a "devil's advocate" possibilit and does not indicate any personal belief)



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It's also possible (if not probable) that the child wasn't born in a hospital. (I wasn't subscribing to the Enquirer then so I don't remember the details.)



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    It's possible Jacko doesn't really know his jargon and it wasn't REALLY placenta


That may be the single funniest taken-out-of-context sentence I have seen in this millenium.



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I haven't seen the entire interview but what I saw and heard from people one thing strikes me.

The simple fact that MIchael Jackson is NOT living in this world. The man has no idea about society, what they frown upon and what they think of him. He lives in this own little world, and views everything around him through his special little vision. Thus he doesn't understand that people think he is weird or sick.

After seeing and hearing this stuff I actually believe this man is NOT a pedofile. This man loves children in the purest way there is. He wants them to be happy, because he never was. He wishes to protect them, guard them from the bad outside world and everything. The fact that he takes this too far doesn't occur to him (there is no such thing as overdoing it in his world) and the fact that everyone around his sees him as sick freak doesn't compute and hurts his feelings (after all, he only wants to hug them!?)





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Remember ten years ago when we all thought Michael Jackson was really weird, sleeping in an oxygen tank with the Elephant Man's bones and his pet chimp and whatnot... Doesn't that seem almost normal now? How weird is Jacko (on his backo) going to be in 2013?




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    dMp said:

    The simple fact that MIchael Jackson is NOT living in this world. The man has no idea about society, what they frown upon and what they think of him. He lives in this own little world, and views everything around him through his special little vision. Thus he doesn't understand that people think he is weird or sick.


This is very well put.

I tend to agree; from his childhood until now, MJ has never lived in the real world as we know it. He went from poverty-stricken, abused kid to rich and famous icon. And there was never anyone there to show him "reality."

Like all of us, everything he's ever seen has been through the gloss of his own experience; however his experience has been so vastly different from just about everyone else's that there's no telling how "real life" gets twisted up when viewed through his lens.

I feel really, really bad for the guy. On one hand, he's one of the greatest successes in history; on the other, he's a shell of a human being who will never "fit in" to the world the rest of us inhabit.

Most of us live our lives on the ground, hoping someday to fly; MJ's feet may never have touched the soil...I'm willing to bet he's never, ever, ever had what I would refer to as "an average day."




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I agree with anyone who thinks he is not a pedophile. I just think he's completely crazy. It's like he's trying to have his childhood now, since his father wouldn't allow him to have a real childhood when he was a kid.

But the people who are even crazier than him are the parents who let their children stay with this guy. It doesn't matter that there's nothing sexual, but grown men don't sleep in the same bed with other people's kids, and don't tuck them in at night, and don't read them stories. I just think this guy is totally nuts, and I'd never want to be in the same room with him, let alone let kids stay over night in his bed.

Now the police are looking at the documentary to see if he's committing any crimes. I don't know if what he does is illegal though.

How embarassing is it for Macauley Caulkin and his brother to be known as two kids who have shared his bed? It just gives me the creeps.



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    Originally posted by Stephanie
    At practically every hospital I've been to, if a man was running through the hallways carrying a bloody newborn in a towel - with the placenta attached - the security guards would absolutely mug him and take the child back to the nursery.


I would pay BIG MONEY for a video of this chase, if they'd speed it up and play the "Benny Hill" theme in the background.





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    Originally posted by vsp

      Originally posted by Stephanie
      At practically every hospital I've been to, if a man was running through the hallways carrying a bloody newborn in a towel - with the placenta attached - the security guards would absolutely mug him and take the child back to the nursery.


    I would pay BIG MONEY for a video of this chase, if they'd speed it up and play the "Benny Hill" theme in the background.





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