would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by P dub » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:31 pm

well i dont have any children but someday want some and if they got invited to neverland or somehow ended up their i would allow them to stay the night alone or accompany them i would want to go thought just to say ive been to neverland hah. :tooexcite
Then me and Michael could watch movies :popcorn and laugh over stupid jokes :crackingu or tv series.

and just talk also :goodtalki
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by [O_o] » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:36 pm

No.
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by Dark_Eyez » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:36 pm

I would if I was with them. I don't care that he is Michael Jackson, but you just don't leave your kid by themselves with someone you barely know. You all know that I'm not saying he'd do anything, but its just sick how some parents do that.

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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by [O_o] » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:40 pm

This is a useless thread because that's what got MJ in trouble in the first place.
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by SpecialJanet25 » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:43 pm

Originally posted by '[O_o
']This is a useless thread because that's what got MJ in trouble in the first place.
I agree! These sleepovers are officlally over! Michael does not want to put himself in a dangerous, vulernable situation like this again. You all know that!
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by [O_o] » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:45 pm

All it takes is one person to say something to ruin it for everybody else. Thanks a lot Gavin.
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Post by SpecialJanet25 » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:47 pm

Originally posted by '[O_o
']All it takes is one person to say something to ruin it for everybody else. Thanks a lot Gavin.
You know, I would not point the finger at Gavin. The person who should be blame is the mother. She set her son up to framed Michael.
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by ~Vicky~ » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:48 pm

I don't like this thread..

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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by [O_o] » Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:48 pm

Call me crazy, but it takes two or more to make a problem.

The point is, people looking to MJ as their personal lotto has ended, and that means all those times kids went over to hang around in his room to watch TV or play on the computer is over.

The thing is, one person ruined it for everybody else.
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Post by ~Vicky~ » Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:00 am

Michael isn't going to have another sleepover with some kid that he hardly knows. By his own admission as well as Mesereau...it's just not going to happen.

You see how Michael suffered? You see the way he is now, I'd say it's going to take him awhile to recover and heal. Michael went through HELL. Seriously, he's never going to forget this...ever.

So this question is stupid.

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Post by frozen rose » Wed Jun 15, 2005 2:05 am

I would, that is that I go with them too. Because Michael said that he will never allow boys in his bed again... However that could mean any child for all we know. So I would, that is that I go with them too. Just incase Michael Jackson arranges that. Like:

"Children are allowed to come over, however, parents have been decided to come along too. I am no longer trusting anyone on their own. To warn you, I am no longer able to with stand being alone with any child, because of this happening, I used to believe that all children were innocent at heart, until now. So if the parents are happy with this arrangment, I am really happy to open up the gates of Neverlands once more..."

so something like that... This may happen, I am not trying to put words into MJ's mouth, I am just saying this may happen. But that may be in a years time. Michael is a tired, restless man, he needs his sleep and he needs to regain his strength.
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would you let your child sleep at Neverland?

Post by MJslave » Wed Jun 15, 2005 3:25 am

I still sleep in the same bed with my friends
*note to self: 3 people in a single bed is not a good idea
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