Originally posted by Shneal
Im only on here to help spread awareness of it so you can take it with a grain, or a full shaker of salt but don't insult me over things you clearly
dont know about.
Here's the problem -- Michael Jackson was clearly a self-indulgent prat who surrounded himself with people who were more interested in their own well
being than his, to the point that they allowed him to kill himself through the abuse of prescription drugs.
There is a lesson in there, to all of us, but more to the point, to others who allow fame, money or situation to rob them of the basic level of sense
that says "this is wrong, and it's killed a lot of people prior to me, maybe I need to re-assess my situation."
But when you try to posit some crazy conspiracy in there, that says it wasn't his fault, that there's nothing wrong with such an out of whack
lifestyles, you rob his death of what little value it actually has -- the possibility that someone might see and learn.
Fame, greed and stupidity killed Michael Jackson, not some imaginary conspiracy, and the only way anything good might come from it is to hope that
someone learns a lesson from it, and that lesson is not "don't say anything bad about the recording industry, or the Illuminati will come kill