Saturday, June 27, 2009

Saturday 9: I Want You Back

Hosted by Crazy Sam
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1. Where were you when you heard that Michael Jackson died? I was in my car driving home from work, listening to the local Rock Station on the Radio.

2. How do you think that he will be remembered? Hopefully for his talent and his music but after seeing the news this afternoon, it seems as if the media want us to remember all of the bad things.

3. What was your favorite Jackson tune? "Thriller", "Man in the Mirror", "Beat It" and a bunch more.

4. Did you watch the original Charlie’s Angels?
Yes, and even the reruns. Wow, that shows how old I am LOL.

5. Did someone you know have that poster of Farrah? Yes, but that was many many many years ago.

6. Did you consider her battle with cancer heroic? Anyone battling cancer is heroic. It is a harsh disease.

7. Were you a fan of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson? Yes! The Tonight Show was only good when Johnny was the star. It went downhill when he left. I never really liked Jay Leno or Conan O'Brien.

8. Did you like Ed McMahon on the show?
Yes, I did. He helped make the show good.

9. What else will you remember McMahon for? Hosting/Co-hosting a few shows like Star Search, TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes; a few films he was in and the spokesperson for Publishers Clearing House

7 comments:

  1. Michael was a great singer and performer but mostly he was a weirdo!

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  2. I honestly never liked MJ music, nothing against him though.

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  3. Definitely, hopefully for his talent.

    Good list.
    http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/06/saturday-if-i-had-magical-sunglasses-i.html

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  4. He did have a lot of great songs. Man in the Mirror is a great one.

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  5. You are right about The Tonight Show. I actually enjoyed Conan more before he got it. I find it unwatchable. Happy Saturday!

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  6. Hey, Shannon!!
    Well, you know how I felt about MJ but I participated anyway! LOL

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  7. I've never been able to stay awake long enough to watch the late night talk shows, so I remember Ed McMahon best from Star Search. And I think you're right on the situation with remembering Michael Jackson. Sad, but true.

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