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Good, balanced/responsible interview/discussion on MJ's life


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http://www.democracynow.org/2009/6/30/michael_jackson_1958_2009_the_life

 

The story/interview speaks for itself. A responsible adult level of discourse with rational thought trumping raw emotionalism. Both the good and the bad are covered, in the neutral sort of way that a truly professional journalist should strive towards.

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Yes, James Baldwin was an incredible writer with great insight into human character and motivation, as well as a great observer of the human situation and societal trends. I really need to collect his works and read them in chronological order.

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"...I think you get a real sense of Michael Jacksons psyche with that great Black [or] White video, where suddenly theres the technology there that allows us to see whats in his mind about this kind of morphing together of humanity..."

 

From the lion-growl/synth bass connection to the references to humanity's wild nature to the pan-cultural romp to "I ain't scared of no sheets!" to the Satue of Liberty stage set to the final morph-o-rama, this remains a statement that took Jackson out of the realm of mere entertainer & into an area that too few of those with whom he's grouped tred.

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