'King of Pop' ruled musical hearts of...

'King of Pop' ruled musical hearts of many isle fans - Hawaii News

There are 55 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Jun 26, 2009, titled 'King of Pop' ruled musical hearts of many isle fans - Hawaii News. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

At 5 years old, Dori Lovell fell in love with Michael Jackson when her mother bought home his 45s.

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why no Farrah

San Diego, CA

#66 Jun 27, 2009
So many stories on MJ and not one on Farrah Fawcett? Why not? Is she less of a person? She died on the same day and is just an icon in her day as Jackson! So dissapointing... and you wonder why The Advertiser is #1.
why no Farrah

San Diego, CA

#67 Jun 27, 2009
Kaipo wrote:
At least the prepubescent boys of the world are safer.
you people are horrible! It was never proved he was guilty. If he was, don't you think it would have surfaced by now. All extortion attempts. May MJ R.I.P. He gave back more to people than most will ever know.
smile

San Diego, CA

#68 Jun 27, 2009
bobo wrote:
Thank god the molester is dead!
hmmm... remember what goes around comes around. When you die maybe someone will say "thank god you are dead". How'd you like that.
Hah What Nah

Honolulu, HI

#69 Jun 27, 2009
remember wrote:
Remember how Boisse Correa strong armed Tom Moffatt into hiring high ranked HPD officers for non essential special duty jobs during MJ's last show here?
The only thing those administrators did was watch the show (and get paid by Uncle Tom)...
Boisse wasn't Chief in 1997 Bozo.....
Realist

Waianae, HI

#70 Jun 27, 2009
Really wrote:
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Such a stupid question does not even warrant an answer.
It was not so stupid a question. I stopped involving myself with the very likes of of you, and people such as yourself for self-preservation a few years ago. I regret that Michael did not know as I do now to blow the likes of you off long before personal harm was done.

Self-preservation and self-defence are justifiable under such a purported "game".

Michael Jackson is dead.
Realist

Waianae, HI

#71 Jun 27, 2009
It was not so stupid a question. I stopped involving myself with the very likes of of you, and people such as yourself for self-preservation a few years ago. I regret that Michael did not know as I do now to blow the likes of you off long before personal harm was done.

Self-preservation and self-defence are justifiable under such a purported "game".

Michael Jackson is dead.
Realist

Waianae, HI

#72 Jun 27, 2009
Kaipo wrote:
At least the prepubescent boys of the world are safer.
...and I will bet that they have more money than you do over a bunch of silly games that they did not understand. Ask your mother.
Realist

Waianae, HI

#73 Jun 27, 2009
Islandvoyager wrote:
Get a life you bozos! One less pedophile to deal with. Don't you have any thing better to do?
You personally know that he was a pedophile.
alice

Kahului, HI

#75 Jun 27, 2009
I found him boring but the old dudes from the 1970's and 1980's liked him.

“Kids ...”

Since: Jan 09

Don't do drugs! <Hee-Hee>

#76 Jun 27, 2009
why no Farrah wrote:
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you people are horrible! It was never proved he was guilty. If he was, don't you think it would have surfaced by now. All extortion attempts. May MJ R.I.P. He gave back more to people than most will ever know.
There was no extortion. Wacko willfully gave his money in an out-of-court settlement, instead of suing for extortion or at least defamation -- which he hasn't sued for a single time during his whole life.

What does that tell you, f'loonie? For the smart kids, that means that he loved to insinuate he's a pedophile.

“Kids ...”

Since: Jan 09

Don't do drugs! <Hee-Hee>

#77 Jun 27, 2009
save it wrote:
Don't judge. Whatever he did/did not do is no longer of this earth. That's between him and God now.
Remember, as strange as he was, he was also an extremely easy target for people.
God doesn't care about our opinions. Wacko's CV of naughty-things-done is beyond divine comprehension. God has to consult his creators.
dewdalohajoey

United States

#78 Jun 27, 2009
I think there was a conspiracy, that the money from the concert tickets and the extra money from the scalpers who marked up the tix 10000%, made a killing, then had MJ die all of a sudden. This is a planned murder(maybe suicide) for financial gain.
alice

Kahului, HI

#79 Jun 27, 2009
lawl wrote:
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There was no extortion. Wacko willfully gave his money in an out-of-court settlement, instead of suing for extortion or at least defamation -- which he hasn't sued for a single time during his whole life.
What does that tell you, f'loonie? For the smart kids, that means that he loved to insinuate he's a pedophile.
I think he had some minor talent in the dance area but so do many street corner groups.
Not A Hero

Wahiawa, HI

#80 Jun 27, 2009
Fleet Ghost wrote:
The man's music was okay, but an awful lot of hype for someone who would have been put in jail for a very long time had he been an ordinary citizen.
Considering all the hipe and coverage given to ONE person only signifies where the world has its priorities. He lives in a fantasy world and has very little human dignity credentials when compared to Neda, the Iranian girl shot dead by oppressive thugs that threaten the world with radial religious terrorisum.

Why does the media put so much emphasis on ONE person, that in essence "blot out" the real crisis that effect the freedoms of whole populations including the United States from thugs and dictarships in Iran, Burma and others?
MJ Fan

New Braunfels, TX

#81 Jun 27, 2009
Aloha Michael,

Your musice is loved and will always be.

You brought pleasure to millions, unmistakeable, unforgetable, yes you are the King of Pop.

You paid the price of fame, which some did not respect. That is respect you as a fellow Citizen of this Earth.

Many didn't realize who you were, a real perosn with feelings. Aretha said it best: R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

Some took took took from you, when all you wanted to do was give give give.

Your musice was your gift to all, and you shared with us your love, heart, and soul.

So thank you always Michael, you'll be in the hearts of a some, and you'll definately be in the soul of many!

Rest Peacefully Child, Thanks again for all that you shared... So here's to rocking with you, becuase of the way you made me feel.

Repectfully with Love = True Aloha,

MJ Fan

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