Michael and his french toasts ... Vendetta connection ?

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Michael and his french toasts ... Vendetta connection ?

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Now we know that Michael was cooking the best french toasts like V was cooking the best ... watch  :D

[youtube:2s9i8pp4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z98Mw4NQLIg&feature=player_embedded[/youtube:2s9i8pp4]
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He played a burned victim, so why not mike.... ;)
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Another "coincidence". He could have been cooking pancakes...but NOOOOOO he just HAD TO BE COOKING FRENCH TOAST!!!!! Okay - I'm okay. :)
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French toast is a breakfast food served in North America and some countries in Europe. In the United Kingdom it is occasionally called Eggy Bread. Typical French toast is made with bread and eggs. Milk, sugar, or cinnamon is commonly added. According to what is popular in local cuisine, many of the spices that are added to bread or egg dishes are included in cooking. This versatile dish is often topped with sugar, butter, fruit, syrup, or other items.

Now I'm convinced ... Paris mentioned it on purpose  ;)
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i guess the actor playing the role is NOT micheal..???   although the stoop and size is perfect....ha ha ...o.k. back to the padded cell..x
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If you are talking about the actual V actor that is Hugo Weaving who also played Lord Elrond in Lord of the Rings and Agent Smith in The Matrix.
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If you are talking about the actual V actor that is Hugo Weaving who also played Lord Elrond in Lord of the Rings and Agent Smith in The Matrix.
u never know
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I really think there could be something in this.  I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it.  We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were.  We're still paying attention Michael!  Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now?  Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now.
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He played a burned victim, so why not mike.... ;)
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remember the body guard talking about one of the pics being of michael and his idea of a burn victom.

another question . if he really did cook good breakfast why was the chef (kia chaise?) there all those mornings to see dr. murry bringing out oxygen tanks.
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Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

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Another "coincidence". He could have been cooking pancakes...but NOOOOOO he just HAD TO BE COOKING FRENCH TOAST!!!!! Okay - I'm okay. :)

I know! Coincidences everywhere! The man we never knew! The man behind the Mask!

We should give him a "French Toast Test" when he returns... to prove that it is really HIM!  ;)

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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!
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I love V for vendetta.. the meaning of V's quotes

Some of my favourites..

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E- You're getting back at them for what they did to you?
V-  What they did to me was monstrous.
E-  And they created a monster.


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I promise you it will be like nothing you have ever seen


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I, like God, do not play with dice and do not believe in coincidence


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No, what you have are bullets, and the hope that when your guns are empty I'm no longer be standing, because if I am you'll all be dead before you've reloaded

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Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea

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A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having!


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There are no coincidences, Delia... only the illusion of coincidence

I truly love them, V's character. I almost involuntarily see a piece of Michael in him.
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I really think there could be something in this.  I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it.  We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were.  We're still paying attention Michael!  Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now?  Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now.
Yes I agree with you 100...I think Michael thaught his fans were paying more attention to everything he was doing..because he himself being a fan of certain people payed close attention to everything they did.  I have to admit although I consider myself a great fan...I was a fan more of the human being then the artist...I mean I love his music...but I fell in love with the man...the humanitiarian..the child lover the sweet soul!  So I haven't seen everything he as done or listned to every song..there fore that's why I come here...to find out things I have missed from fans who don't miss any of work!   Anyway the more I learn the more I love him... ;)
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Just for sake of having fun - here the visual: :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
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I totally forgot about that ><
good job mac5k.
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I really think there could be something in this.  I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it.  We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were.  We're still paying attention Michael! Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now?  Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now

I just want to ask you and everyone else, as I am on another dimension- do you really think that the non-believers got a feeling of Michael being alive and this being a hoax after watching Oprah? Honestly. I am curious about your opinion. Because even some believers dropped some hope after this interview. Do you think that non-believers had the feeling of a hoax watching Mrs. Katherine crying?
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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!


Maybe he was, people get better in things. Maybe he changed when he got the children. He wanted to care for them and learned how to make french toast.  don't believe what the media says, it s  more lies then the truth. I believe Paris. what she said it was a clue some how.
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I find it interesting too that they mentioned that MJ thought he was ugly.
In the original comic version of V for Vendetta, there is actually nothing physically wrong with "V" (in the movie he was a burned) but they mention that V was ugly.
Not that you or I think MJ is ugly (quite the opposite!)... I'm just sayin'... another V4V parallel.
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Notice that Paris does the same "wide eye" thing when she talks.
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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!


Maybe he was, people get better in things. Maybe he changed when he got the children. He wanted to care for them and learned how to make french toast.  don't believe what the media says, it s  more lies then the truth. I believe Paris. what she said it was a clue some how.
Not that I believe what those guys say, I actually don't like them, but his bodyguards said some time ago that Michael cooks well.
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Another "coincidence". He could have been cooking pancakes...but NOOOOOO he just HAD TO BE COOKING FRENCH TOAST!!!!! Okay - I'm okay. :)


yup! that pretty much makes it concrete proof for me.  Thanks Paris!  :D  She could have mentioned ANYTHING on a breakfast menu...pancakes, cereal, omelettes, toast...but no....she says french toast! :lol:

Say what you want, think what you want....but after a year do you think these kids would say and do coincidental stuff like this if they knew their dad was dead?  :roll:


side note...did anyone happen to get a good look at Princes T-shirt? I'm curious to know what was on it. :?:  :?
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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!

Well, good cook or bad cook...I think there's something to be said for mentioning the fact that HE DID ATTEMPT TO COOK....the skill is irrelevant (hell, he's an entertainer, not Wolfgang Puck!)...at least he tried, which is more than most men will do!....besides, random people will say mean things about it just to be nasty & gossipy.  :(  You have to remember, Michael has always had everything done for him ever since he was little--personally, I applaud the effort ;)


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I really think there could be something in this. I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it. We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were. We're still paying attention Michael! Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now? Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now

I just want to ask you and everyone else, as I am on another dimension- do you really think that the non-believers got a feeling of Michael being alive and this being a hoax after watching Oprah? Honestly. I am curious about your opinion. Because even some believers dropped some hope after this interview. Do you think that non-believers had the feeling of a hoax watching Mrs. Katherine crying?


I'm not so sure this show was for the "non-believer" as it was much more for "clarification" of who Michael was---how really normal he was and how things could be interpreted wrong and twisted by the media. Like the masks issue- Katherine's take on it was what most people would think---that it was bizarre or odd...but when you listened to Paris (his own child) explain why he did it, it took that "crazy wacko" aspect out of it and you understood the motive behind it.  Maybe the "non believer" after viewing this would start to look into other things about Michael  other than his music and try to see who he really was and eventually find their way here (like most of us) and maybe that's part of getting a "non believers" attention without them really knowing why they are more curious about him now.

This interview was very carefully orchestrated...Good show Jackson family :D


another side note...why do they keep mentioning the fact Paris has her room covered with pictures of Michael...they keep saying this over and over...anyone have any thoughts on it? :?:
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She also talked about Snickers....



Put out for the Olympics  :D
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Another "coincidence". He could have been cooking pancakes...but NOOOOOO he just HAD TO BE COOKING FRENCH TOAST!!!!! Okay - I'm okay. :)

I know! Coincidences everywhere! The man we never knew! The man behind the Mask!

We should give him a "French Toast Test" when he returns... to prove that it is really HIM!  ;)

With L.O.V.E


LOVE the idea....French Toast Breakfast on the house at Neverland and MJ's the cook for his army of L.O.V.E. :)

Okay...back from dreaming now...I just keep thinking about an interview or article (can't remember who it was) where they were talking about Michael having oatmeal with his children. Yes, I know he probably had more than just one thing for breakfast, but I am not sure I heard anything before except oatmeal. This was a pleasant surprise for me.

Oh - and great question asking why Kai would be at the house if he made a great breakfast? Perhaps he made breakfast on his days off or Kai's days off. I doubt she worked 7 days a week, right? Or, maybe Paris was referring to when Michael wasn't so involved in TII. Just a thought but great question all the same.
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She also talked about Snickers....



Put out for the Olympics  :D


Great connection! And Prince mentioned walking on the beach in Bahrain drinking Coca Cola and eating Skittles.
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I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE TO POST THIS THOUGHT OF MINES, BUT I CAME ACROSS SOMETHING THAT MENTIONED "V FOR VENDETTA", ANYWAYS, THERE IS A PART IN THE INTERVIEW WHERE PARIS MENTIONS SHE LOVED IT WHEN HER FATHER MICHAEL WOULD GO ON TO THE ROOF AT NIGHT WITH HER, WELL IN THE MOVIE, V FOR VENDETTA, THERE IS A PART THE MAIN CHARACTER EYVA WALKS ON TOP OF THE ROOF AT NIGHT WITH MR. V WHICH EQUALS TO THEM BEING FREE!

MICHAEL IS REALLY PLAYING THE ROLE OF "V" WHILE PARIS IS PLAYING "EYVA"

"REMEMBER REMEMBER THE 5TH OF NOVEMBER", THIS IS WHY THERE IS SO MUCH STUFF BEING BROUGHT OUT BY THE JACKSONS, AND IT WILL CONTINUE FOR A WHOLE YEAR, THEY HAVE A PACKED SCHEDULE THIS YEAR, IMAGINE NEXT YEAR!
THERE IS SO MUCH MORE TO SAY, BUT I AM JUST SHOCKED RIGHT NOW!

P.S... I DONT KNOW IF THIS HAS BEEN STATED BEFORE BUT IT SURE JUST PLAYED A ROLE IN MY MIND!
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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!

Well, good cook or bad cook...I think there's something to be said for mentioning the fact that HE DID ATTEMPT TO COOK....the skill is irrelevant (hell, he's an entertainer, not Wolfgang Puck!)...at least he tried, which is more than most men will do!....besides, random people will say mean things about it just to be nasty & gossipy.  :(  You have to remember, Michael has always had everything done for him ever since he was little--personally, I applaud the effort ;)


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I really think there could be something in this. I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it. We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were. We're still paying attention Michael! Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now? Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now

I just want to ask you and everyone else, as I am on another dimension- do you really think that the non-believers got a feeling of Michael being alive and this being a hoax after watching Oprah? Honestly. I am curious about your opinion. Because even some believers dropped some hope after this interview. Do you think that non-believers had the feeling of a hoax watching Mrs. Katherine crying?


I'm not so sure this show was for the "non-believer" as it was much more for "clarification" of who Michael was---how really normal he was and how things could be interpreted wrong and twisted by the media. Like the masks issue- Katherine's take on it was what most people would think---that it was bizarre or odd...but when you listened to Paris (his own child) explain why he did it, it took that "crazy wacko" aspect out of it and you understood the motive behind it.  Maybe the "non believer" after viewing this would start to look into other things about Michael  other than his music and try to see who he really was and eventually find their way here (like most of us) and maybe that's part of getting a "non believers" attention without them really knowing why they are more curious about him now.

This interview was very carefully orchestrated...Good show Jackson family :D


another side note...why do they keep mentioning the fact Paris has her room covered with pictures of Michael...they keep saying this over and over...anyone have any thoughts on it? :?:


Anna - you make some great points. I think the children are the ones that will play the main characters in clearing their fathers name. Whether Michael intended that or not, that is what I see happening. The world could not imagine that those children were normal, right? I think those children, especially Paris, almost single handed made the world stop and take notice. These are strange children? Oh, no! Quite the contrary. They are exceptionally bright, well-behaved, mature, funny, playful, talented, well spoken children who acts the total opposite of someone who has lived in a "Michael Jackson bubble" as people keep saying. These children are more normal and less spoiled than most children in an average home. Michael - you are exceptional and people need to stand up and listen to your advice on parenting.

About the Oprah interview...I don't think it was for the non-believers either. I think it was continuation to clear Michael's reputation. It's a process but you can see it happening. Today there was someone making horrible statements about those children being better off now that Michael is "dead" and Charles Thomson, a writer for The Huffington Post, wrote one of the greatest responses I've seen in a while from a journalist. In the end he said that Michael's biggest legacy may be the fact that he was a great father. Hmmm.....two years ago I would have paid big money that I'd never hear that from ANY journalist in ANY newspaper. Yet, it's in print. Forever etched somewhere in history. Amen.

That interview was odd - a lot of odd statements and some parts seemed very staged. Especially how the children came walking up in the group like they did (all united and everything). It was like "oops - sorry to interrupt. We were having a wonderful time playing with the cousins". While I do believe they get along well, I'm surprised that Oprah didn't settle them into a chair during a commercial break instead of showing the world that they are "normal children". Normal with their messy hair, etc. They were trying to relay a message with that. And I think people understood subliminally what that message is...they are a normal family who happen to have exceptional talents.
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She also talked about Snickers....



Put out for the Olympics :D

Great connection! And Prince mentioned walking on the beach in Bahrain drinking Coca Cola and eating Skittles.

Venetta connection to the Rainbow Connection?
Skittles - Taste the Rainbow http://www.skittles.com/
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Snickers – You’re so close you can taste it. http://www.snickers.com/default.htm
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Wow, great work guys! I never thought of these connections. French Toast = V for Vendetta. Snickers = BELIEVE. And Coca Cola...well, that's an obvious one!
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She also talked about Snickers....



Put out for the Olympics :D

Great connection! And Prince mentioned walking on the beach in Bahrain drinking Coca Cola and eating Skittles.

Venetta connection to the Rainbow Connection?
Skittles - Taste the Rainbow http://www.skittles.com/
also
Snickers – You’re so close you can taste it. http://www.snickers.com/default.htm


i dont see any connection regarding the skittle, ?
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This might be a connection.  The parent company of Snickers and Skittles, Mars, Inc., has a "long history of environmental stewardship."  Maybe someone is encouraging us to support this company with our pocketbook when we need our candy "fix."  Here's the first article that comes up on a Google search of "Mars Inc environmental stewardship":  http://www.mars.com/global/news-and-med ... 94&Id=1535.
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Well I heard he was a rotten cook and almost burnt the house down trying to make toasted cheese for the kids. I don't believe anything anyone says anymore!

Well, good cook or bad cook...I think there's something to be said for mentioning the fact that HE DID ATTEMPT TO COOK....the skill is irrelevant (hell, he's an entertainer, not Wolfgang Puck!)...at least he tried, which is more than most men will do!....besides, random people will say mean things about it just to be nasty & gossipy.  :(  You have to remember, Michael has always had everything done for him ever since he was little--personally, I applaud the effort ;)


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Quote from: "thepeacock2012"
I really think there could be something in this. I love the way we miss absolutely nothing, if there's a connection to be made, no matter how obscure, we make it. We might not always be right but at least we're still as focused on investigating as we ever were. We're still paying attention Michael! Has anyone wondered if maybe this interview with Oprah was arranged to try and get the attention of the non-believers as the message wasn't filtering through to them as he expected it would by now? Let's face it in the light of such staggering evidence showing he's not dead, most of us would be surprised that not more people, fans or not, would have got the idea by now

I just want to ask you and everyone else, as I am on another dimension- do you really think that the non-believers got a feeling of Michael being alive and this being a hoax after watching Oprah? Honestly. I am curious about your opinion. Because even some believers dropped some hope after this interview. Do you think that non-believers had the feeling of a hoax watching Mrs. Katherine crying?


I'm not so sure this show was for the "non-believer" as it was much more for "clarification" of who Michael was---how really normal he was and how things could be interpreted wrong and twisted by the media. Like the masks issue- Katherine's take on it was what most people would think---that it was bizarre or odd...but when you listened to Paris (his own child) explain why he did it, it took that "crazy wacko" aspect out of it and you understood the motive behind it.  Maybe the "non believer" after viewing this would start to look into other things about Michael  other than his music and try to see who he really was and eventually find their way here (like most of us) and maybe that's part of getting a "non believers" attention without them really knowing why they are more curious about him now.

This interview was very carefully orchestrated...Good show Jackson family :D


another side note...why do they keep mentioning the fact Paris has her room covered with pictures of Michael...they keep saying this over and over...anyone have any thoughts on it? :?:


Anna - you make some great points. I think the children are the ones that will play the main characters in clearing their fathers name. Whether Michael intended that or not, that is what I see happening. The world could not imagine that those children were normal, right? I think those children, especially Paris, almost single handed made the world stop and take notice. These are strange children? Oh, no! Quite the contrary. They are exceptionally bright, well-behaved, mature, funny, playful, talented, well spoken children who acts the total opposite of someone who has lived in a "Michael Jackson bubble" as people keep saying. These children are more normal and less spoiled than most children in an average home. Michael - you are exceptional and people need to stand up and listen to your advice on parenting.

About the Oprah interview...I don't think it was for the non-believers either. I think it was continuation to clear Michael's reputation. It's a process but you can see it happening. Today there was someone making horrible statements about those children being better off now that Michael is "dead" and Charles Thomson, a writer for The Huffington Post, wrote one of the greatest responses I've seen in a while from a journalist. In the end he said that Michael's biggest legacy may be the fact that he was a great father. Hmmm.....two years ago I would have paid big money that I'd never hear that from ANY journalist in ANY newspaper. Yet, it's in print. Forever etched somewhere in history. Amen.

That interview was odd - a lot of odd statements and some parts seemed very staged. Especially how the children came walking up in the group like they did (all united and everything). It was like "oops - sorry to interrupt. We were having a wonderful time playing with the cousins". While I do believe they get along well, I'm surprised that Oprah didn't settle them into a chair during a commercial break instead of showing the world that they are "normal children". Normal with their messy hair, etc. They were trying to relay a message with that. And I think people understood subliminally what that message is...they are a normal family who happen to have exceptional talents.

Great analysis of the Oprah/Kids exchange, Voice! I would like to read that Charles Thomson piece you mentioned...is this relatively new or are you referring to that great piece he wrote awhile back? Thanks!
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