Monday, June 20, 2005

"One of his first hit songs at the superstar level, 25 years ago, was called, 'Don't Stop Till You Get Enough.' Nice young men and nice young girls would not use such language except in smokers. Certainly they would not bid for market approval in a song so labeled. Jackson not only did so, he was awarded a Grammy for it. Such data persuaded the jury that Jackson had to be thought of as a man from another culture, whose life was of another culture."

-- William "Grandpaw" Buckley on the Jackson verdict.

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