Last night I went out to this lounge with a couple friends. The DJ took it upon himself to have a Michael Jackson tribute for twenty minutes. You should all know I was annoyed. I mean, I went out to have a good time and I am forced on my night out to listen to depressing songs.
Paying respects is fine but I do think some people have taken his death a little overboard. He made great music which is undeniable but so do a lot of other artists. It’s wrong to make one person’s death seem more important than others (at least to me it is). I can understand why people my parent’s age are upset because they grew up on his music - they saw Michael Jackson go from being in a group with his brothers to doing a solo act. I did not and really can’t get too emotional about the whole thing. It’s unfortunate that anyone dies, of course and I do hope he’s in a better place but I’m not going to mourn someone, that I did not know personally. He may have died but his music lives on which is the great thing about music, it never dies. But making Michael Jackson’s death have more relevance than other deaths, is wrong. God bless him and his family but I think the world can move on now.
People are dying all over the world from AIDS, lack of food and water and fighting for rights (to name a few things). Think about it.
The world is currently experiencing difficult tiems and the news seems to talk about Michael Jackson’s death, every ten minutes. Well good to know we have our priorities in order.
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If a guy does not introduce you to his family and close friends as his girlfriend, he is not serious about you, at all (only in the sense that he can get in between your legs regularly if he makes you believe he is committed to you).
A man boy like this, is the type you don’t want to be involved with.
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