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  1. Michael

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    Michael Jackson dead

    They come in threes right. They're reporting he has died.
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    http://www.tmz.com/
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    Wow...just wow. I was no fan, by any means. Nevertheless, it's not shocking as much as stunning, if that makes any sense.
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    So far TMZ is the only one reporting it. This could be a Paul McCartney situation.
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    Ditto really their dropping like flies if this is true.

    LA Times: Michael Jackson hospitalized - Yahoo! News

    LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson has been rushed to the hospital, a fire department official told the Los Angeles Times. Capt. Steve Ruda said Thursday that Jackson was not breathing when Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to a call at his Los Angeles home about 12:30 p.m. The paramedics performed CPR and took him to UCLA Medical Center, Ruda told the newspaper
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    He was revived and taken to the hospital, according the CNN. This post should come down.
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    CNN (on TV of course) is now saying that it's looking "grim". Hopefully he comes through. I'm no fan either, but he has a family just like the rest of us.
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    Re: Michael Jackson dead

    It appears only TMZ is reporting he died. Other sources report he is in a coma.
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    Re: Michael Jackson dead

    Looks like all are reporting now what we suspected that he is in fact dead.
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    Re: Michael Jackson dead

    LA Times initialy said he was in a coma but have recently changed that to say he has died.
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    MSNBC just reported that he has died. RIP.
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    A very strange person RIP MJ
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    A few have it as well CBS, NBC, ABC...ONLY hospital confirmation....sad sad sad...I am in shock!! No matter what anyone thinks..he'll be missed...a legend of pop music!!
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    Damn... RIP to a legend.
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    I think he revolutionized the pop genre/culture didn't he. I personally have never been a massive fan but I doubt there is a person in the world who hasn't heard of Michael Jackson.
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    Never liked him, won't miss him. But I respect what he accomplished. Anyone dying of a heart attack at 50 is sad.
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    RIP Mr. Jackson. He will be missed by millions.
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    I heard that Lou Ferigno was training him to get him back in shape for his upcoming concerts... seems like the guy's heart couldn't take it. It's a pretty sad story when you consider how high he went and how bad things got with his finances and personal life.
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    Regardless of your view of Jackson, he was an integral part of the history of the New England Patriots. Boxing promoter Don King was nvolved in Jackson's "Victory" concert tour, and Billy Sullivan's son Chuck got involved. Sullivan was in way over his head negotiating with a guy like King, and King took Sullivan to the cleaners. Bottom line was that he lost so much money the Sullivans had to sell the team. A couple of owners later Robert Kraft entered the picture in Foxborough, and the rest is history.
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