Michael Jackson died. I'm sorry for his kids. I'm sorry for his family. It's difficult losing someone you love, particularly when this was completely unexpected. All this hoopla, though? I don't get it. I mean, I understand that he was a wonder from a relatively young age. His life? Kind of shouldn't be put on a pedestal. He did questionable and bizarre things that frankly, I just don't get all the sobbing. His face was no longer originally his. That, too, I found flat out frightening to look at. By all the crying, moonwalking, tributes and programs on TV dedicated to him and his life, you would have thought he was royalty. Truly, he was just a very odd man who intrigued people by having them wonder what he would do next. (Much like Prince or the sign that he adopted or whatever name he has chosen to go by these days.)
Is it just me?