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Michael Jackson !!!!!!!!!!!

OK in this section im just gonna put anything off the top of my head about Michael Jackson on here !!!!!

Michael Jackson's Favorites !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Colour(s) = Red and Black

Video's(of his) = Thriller + Smooth Criminal

Movies = Close encounters, 3rd King, Star Wars and E.T

Girls = Innocent and Pure

Food = Mexican

Number = 7

Director = Steven Spielburg

First Love = Diana Ross

Dosen't do a lot = Watch T.V

Place = Disneyland

Most Comfortable = Neverland Vally Ranch

Ride at Disneyland = Pirates of the caribbean

Perfume = Opium

Drink = Orange Gatorade

Beforer he Performe's = He Prays

Animated Character = Pinocchio

Animal = Chimpanzees

Dosen't Like to wear = Jewellery

Book = The old man by the sea by Rip Van Winkle

Fan of = 3 Stooges

Want's to Live = South Africa

He's very Ticklish


ANIMALS

Giraffes = Jabbar and his son

Elephant = Ali

Sheep = Mr Tibbs

Chimpanzees = Bubbles, Jesse, A.J, Max and Alex

Orangutan = Jerry

Lion = Buba

Boa Constrictorse = Muscles and Chrusher

Albino Boa Constrictor = Madonna(cos its blond'e)

Parrot = Ricky

Dear = Prince and Princess

Llamas = Louie and Lola

Other Animal's

Zebras
Black Swans
Peacocks
Exotic Bird's
Horses
Minature Pony
Lot's of Cat's

Exeter City Football Club Speech - Friday 14th June 2002
Hello everybody, hello to all you wonderful people of Exeter. And to you great supporters of the Exeter City Football Club, welcome to all the great fans who have come from near and far and to all you children I'm very happy, VERY happy to be here with you today. Today, we come here to support children with AIDS.
We share our love for the children, to help the youngest of those affected by HIV and AIDS, we will help them to build a good future, all of us working together for them, a future without prejudice for these children and their families, we're here to support and to help the people of Africa to find a solution in the fight against the spirit of HIV AIDS, and Malaria, for education and awareness, we aim at prevention, but we help with cure. We are here to support you, the supporters and players of this great football club.

Sadly, sadly, we live in a state of fear, everyday we hear of war, on the news, on the radio, and television. In the newspapers, always of war, we hear of nations hurting each other, of neighbours hurting each other, of families hurting each other, and of children KILLING each other. We must learn to live and love each other before it's too late, we have to STOP!

We have to stop the prejudice, we have to stop the hating, we have to stop living in fear of our own neighbours. I would like all of you now to take the hand of the person to the left and to the right of you.

Go ahead, right now, I mean it, don't be shy, do it, it starts now, to the person next to you, to the left and the right, I mean it, right now, go ahead, don't be shy, do it, do it. Now tell the person next to you that you care for them, tell them that you care for them, tell them that you love them, tell them that you love them. This is what makes the difference, together, we can make a change in the world, together we can help to stop racism, together we can help to stop prejudice, we can help the world and live without fear, it is our only hope, and without hope, we are lost.

One other thing, England's gonna win? Yeah? I believe you, I believe you! You know, I know nothing about sports, but I believe you, I really do. Thank you all, thank you Exeter, I'm very proud and happy to be here, thank you Exeter Football Club. Thanks for all the wonderful fans, I see Israel, I see Spain, I see countries from all over the world, I love you. Thank you to all my team, and a special thanks to David Blaine. The world's greatest, to Patti Boulaye, and to the great Uri Geller. We thank them and all the other performers, please join me in giving them a great cheer, please.

Most importantly, as for all the children of the world, I love you, and thank you for everything. All my love, and God bless.

MJNI "Killer Thriller" Party Speech - Saturday 15th June 2002


I want to thank all the great, incredible talents. [DJ plays "Speechless"] As long as you play the music, I want to dance! I want to thank this guy for a wonderful performance [referring to Ernest Valentino] I thought Bryton McClure was amazing, too. He's a great singer as well.
Anyway, I first wanted to say, I really don't like to talk that much. I really don't. I prefer performing than talking.

I really want you to know what I say. The tradition of great performers: from Sammy Davis Junior, James Brown, to Jackie Wilson, to Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly. The story is usually the same though. These guys worked really hard, and they're crabbed, for the story ends the same. They are usually broken, torn and usually just sad, because the companies take advantage of them, they really do.

And being the artist that I am, at Sony I've generated several billion dollars for Sony, several billon. They really thought that my mind is always on music and dancing. It usually is, but they never thought that this performer - myself - would out think them.

So, we can't let them get away with what they're trying to do, because now I'm a free agent. I just owe Sony one more album. It's just a box set, really, with two new songs which I've written ages ago. Because for every album that I record, I write - literally, I'm telling you the truth - I write at least 120 songs every album I do. So I can do the box set, just giving them any two songs.

So I'm leaving Sony, a free agent, owning half of Sony. I own half of Sony's Publishing. I'm leaving them, and they're very angry at me, because I just did good business, you know.

So the way they get revenge is to try and destroy my album. But I've always said, you know, art - good art - never dies. Thank you.

And Tommy Mottola is a devil! I'm not supposed to say what I'm going to say right now, but I have let you know this. [Points to crowd] Please don't videotape what I am going to say, ok? Turn it off, please. Do it, do it, I don't mind! Tape it!

Mariah Carey, after divorcing Tommy, came to me crying. Crying. She was crying so badly I had to hold her. She said to me, "This is an evil man, and Michael, this man follows me." He taps her phones, and he's very, very evil. She doesn't trust him.

We have to continue our drive until he is terminated. We can't allow him to do this to great artists, we just can't.

I just wanted to let you know, I appreciate everything you've done, you've been amazing.

You're so loyal! [Scanning the audience] Diana, everybody, Waldo, all the people here! I love you all. You've been amazing, I love you!

But still, but still, I promise you, the best is yet to come!





Press report !!!!

Multiplatinum singer Michael Jackson, already feuding with his record company, charged Saturday that the recording industry was a racist conspiracy that turns profits at the expense of performers – particularly minority artists.

"The recording companies really, really do conspire against the artists – they steal, they cheat, they do everything they can," Jackson said in a rare public appearance. "(Especially) against the black artists."

Jackson, 43, who began his recording career as a child, spoke at the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network in Harlem. Sharpton and attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr. recently formed a coalition to investigate whether artists are being financially exploited by record labels.

He also singled out Sony Music chairman Tommy Mottola, saying he was "mean, he's a racist, and he's very, very, very devilish." Jackson also accused Mottola of using "the n-word" when speaking about an unidentified black Sony artist.

Sony Music issued a statement calling Jackson's comments "ludicrous, spiteful and hurtful. It seems particularly bizarre that he has chosen to launch an unwarranted and ugly attack on an executive who has championed his career ... for many, many years."

Sony produced Jackson's last album, "Invincible," which has had disappointing sales despite an estimated million in promotion. The singer's fans say Sony didn't do enough to launch the album. Others in the industry say sagging sales were indicative of Jackson's declining appeal.

Jackson mentioned several black artists as victims of the industry, including James Brown, Mariah Carey and Sammy Davis Jr. Jackson alleged that Davis died penniless, although Davis' attorney said in 1990 that the "Rat Pack" member left an estate worth more than million when he died.

"If you fight for me, you're fighting for all black people, dead and alive," Jackson said, adding: "We have to put a stop to this incredible injustice."

Outside Sony's Manhattan headquarters, about 150 fans gathered later Saturday, hoisting signs reading "Please Sony, stop killing the music," "Terminate Tommy Mottola," and "Invincible is Unbreakable."

Jackson arrived at the Midtown building on a double-decker city tour bus that twice circled the block. He stood in the open top deck and, raising his fists, joined the crowd in chanting "Down with Tommy Mottola!"

Jackson held up a poster with three boxes marked "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" – with an image of himself in the "The Good" box and Mottola's face with devilish horns in "The Bad" box, while Mottola's real image adorned "The Ugly" box.
© 2002 The Associated Press

These Are The E-Mail Addresses To All The Important People In Sony Please Take The Time To E-Mail Them And Complain About The Lack Of Promotion Of Michael Jackson's Latest Album 'INVINCIBLE' !!!


rick_dobbis@sonymusic.com
steve_barnett@sonymusic.com
richard_rowe@sonymusic.com
david_glew@sonymusic.com
judy_ross@sonymusic.com
rob_kos@sonymusic.com
tommy_mottola@sonymusic.com
david_mcpherson@sonymusic.com
marvin_peart@sonymusic.com
polly_anthony@sonymusic.com
cory_llewellyn@sonymusic.com
steve_einczig@sonymusic.com
paul_russell@sonymusic.com
mel_ilberman@sonymusic.com
michelle_anthony@sonymusic.com
robert_bowlin@sonymusic.com
jeff_beck@sonymusic.com
scott_spanjich@sonymusic.com
brian_celler@sonymusic.com
michele_schweitzer@sonymusic.com
david_coleman@sonymusic.com




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