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Good bye Michael....

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Submitted by donvan (United States), Apr 10, 2007 at 15:45

Oh the pain of it !! The thought of Michael Jackson embracing the Sword of Muhammed. Little Michael, the talented little boy with a sense of movement and music. The colorful dancing, the changing skin color, the plastic surgery, many of them, and the pedophilia. What a Guy. Just the kind of person to make a good Muslim. I have no doubt that Michael will add to long history of creative Muslim music,oops there is no Muslim music. Well, then the dancing ,what no dancing for Muslims. Ok, then at least he can enjoy all the fine young boys...

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