welcome! jeremy freese is a professor in sociology at northwestern university. he finds blogging to be a good diversion from insomnia and a far better use of time than television.
Nope, you're not the only one.
I occasionally see the one-liner headlines but I don't go any further with it. I think if he truly has an artificial nose, then he is guilty.
I think he qualifies as scariest person alive. Of course, if you subscribe to the "Onion" theory, he was replaced soon after Thriller by an alien clone gone terribly wrong...
It would explain a lot, actually...
Reading about the latest update on the Jackson trial is the only thing that inspires me to get on the subway and got to work in the morning, myself.
my thoughts exactly.
Am I the only one who is increasingly convinced that he is not guilty of the act of which he's accused, but sees the presentations that lead to the (arguabl accurate) sense that he's "creepy" as an attempt to tar him enough that the jury wants to convict him?
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