Daily Archives: June 30, 2009

One does wonder, how M.J. got away with that…


Date: June 30, 2009

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One does wonder, how [Michael Jackson] got away with [the “baby dangling” incident]…

…and kept the children…especially after the scandalous court case, accusations and investigations.

For what it is worth…

Though I never before gave any comment, anywhere, about the “baby dangling” incident…obviously, it was not a “high point”, for Michael. I would suspect, he was high on drugs, or something, and would agree with anyone who suggested, that an intervention was needed.

I suppose, when it comes down to remembering someone, or showing sympathy, when they are deceased…

…I just do not accept, the concept that even a really bad thing they did, wipes out every good thing they ever did in their lifetime.

I did not see him as all that significant, to “us” [Child Lovers and Teen Lovers], in the sense of our cultural status.

…but, he was rather well known, for being extremely good to sick children and their families [in spite of unproven accusations].

He did give a lot of people things to remember, which were beautiful to them.

It is very hard to sum up, someone like Micheal Jackson…

…but, however anyone remembers him, it will be a personal sort of thing, to every individual.

The good he is known for, has not evaporated into nothing.

A good question posed…


Date: June 30, 2009

Note: This is responding to a video, on a YouTube channel that got shut down…hence, no link is provided. I give quick comment, to a few issues raised.

What happens after our legal rights are won?

In my opinion, we need to seek a cultural structure which incorporates parents and members of our immediate community, and that understands our natural utility in nurturing and raising children, as more of a “community” team.

We can not stop “growing apart”, anymore than we can stop death (which also separates people), and we should come to terms with the fact that we are all in anyone’s life, for only a limited time.

It is what you make of what you have, that counts.

…or, at least this is what my ethical logic leads me to…