Michael Jackson Death Photos

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Entertainment Tonight has allegedly gotten hold of some photos of Michael Jackson during the time of his death. The Michael Jackson death photos are now a hot search trend. Below is one of the alleged Michael Jackson death photos, I am not sure if this is authentic or just doctored.

2 comments:

Anonymous June 28, 2009 at 6:11 PM  

The odd thing in all of this is that nowadays pedophilia is high
profile. Everyone is sensitive about it. But when a pop star like
Mohandas Gandhi or William Clinton or Michael Jackson engages in it,
the public turns a blind eye rather than see their false idol
besmirched.

In this current society, the idea that actors/actresses ought be held to "a basic level of personal purity", is sometimes overlooked or dismissed. Trying to compartmentalize the lives of public artists, in this case an entertainer with his own openly admitted tendencies (not unlike other artists, Woody Allen comes quickly to mind) seems par. But seemingly not very successful.

Discovering openly acknowledged inappropriate behavior in one's so talented is a shame (and perhaps a sort of personal disappointment), however we are instructed for the health of society it is not to be dismissed. In light of this instruction, and that it is the state's duty "to compel them (actors/actresses) to lead good lives", certainly a moment of silence in a public institution for just the talent - and not the man - seems a highly inappropriate example to set. Really I cannot imagine the general public doesn't find it offensive. It is stated that MJ was/is in debt. He was commonly held in ill repute and often the object of public mockery. Overall, I don't believe his reputation isn't besmirched. What I see here now is a media circus because of the nature of his life in conjunction with his now premature death.

Not A Fun June 28, 2009 at 6:20 PM  

The odd thing in all of this is that nowadays pedophilia is high
profile. Everyone is sensitive about it. But when a pop star like
Mohandas Gandhi or William Clinton or Michael Jackson engages in it,
the public turns a blind eye rather than see their false idol
besmirched.

In this current society, the idea that actors/actresses ought be held to "a basic level of personal purity", is sometimes overlooked or dismissed. Trying to compartmentalize the lives of public artists, in this case an entertainer with his own openly admitted tendencies (not unlike other artists, Woody Allen comes quickly to mind) seems par. But seemingly not very successful.

Discovering openly acknowledged inappropriate behavior in one's so talented is a shame (and perhaps a sort of personal disappointment), however we are instructed for the health of society it is not to be dismissed. In light of this instruction, and that it is the state's duty "to compel them (actors/actresses) to lead good lives", certainly a moment of silence in a public institution for just the talent - and not the man - seems a highly inappropriate example to set. Really I cannot imagine the general public doesn't find it offensive. It is stated that MJ was/is in debt. He was commonly held in ill repute and often the object of public mockery. Overall, I don't believe his reputation isn't besmirched. What I see here now is a media circus because of the nature of his life in conjunction with his now premature death.

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