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BLU Touchbook 8.0 3g-Unlocked-White (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
BLU Touchbook 8.0 3g-Unlocked-White (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.0 out of 5 stars Blu wins again!, Aug. 16 2015
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This is a great tablet, works well. Some say it doesn't support a 64g sd card but it works well with mine. My card was used in another device before this one so that might make a difference.

Be Careful Who You Love: Inside the Michael Jackson Case
Be Careful Who You Love: Inside the Michael Jackson Case
by Diane Dimond
Edition: Paperback
Price: CDN$ 24.02
50 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Forget This One, Nov. 2 2009
I would suggest you leave this one alone. Diane Dimond is a known Michael Jackson hater. She has continually vilified him in the press. I would suggest staying away from anything she writes about MJ.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, I recommend it, Oct. 14 2009
This book is one of the best so far that I have read about Michael. The author focuses on the positive and although she does mention the negative things that have happened in his life, she believes in Michael's total innocence.

I recommend this book. You won't be disappointed.

The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation
The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation
by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Edition: Hardcover
35 used & new from CDN$ 1.21

30 of 38 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Forget This One, Sept. 27 2009
On September 25, 2009, three months after Michael Jackson passed, an interview with the Rabbi was aired on national television. Rabbi Shmuley claimed that Michael had given him permission to write a book, based upon the audio-taped, intimate conversations with the superstar that he now possesses. He does not provide any written proof of that permission, nor did he seek to publish these tapes and subsequent book while Michael Jackson was alive.

Furthermore, Michael Jackson distanced himself from the Rabbi, sometime before the superstar's passing, which would indicate that there was a dissolution of the friendship and any goals that the two had planned to accomplish with one another.

Deeply troubling is the release of tapes about Michael's very personal and momentary reflections regarding his thoughts and feelings about specific people in his life, for example, references made about his father, his sister, and Madonna. Would anyone really believe that Michael would want those very private thoughts to be aired on national television? That belief is not consistent with the very private Michael Jackson that he reportedly was, nor is he present to comment about the matter.

Equally troubling, Rabbi Shmuley contributed Michael's demise primarily to the childhood woundedness that he never recovered from, even though Michael highlights how the media, consistently stereotyped the superstar in a denigrating manner, which Michael was deeply wounded by.

The Rabbi's blatant oversight regarding the environmental forces that inflicted pain upon Michael, primarily through the media's stereotyping stigmatization of the superstar, which haunted him throughout his adult life, reveals how little the Rabbi truly understood Michael's internal pain process.

Dateline needed to research the evolution of the relationship between Rabbi Shmuley and Michael Jackson before agreeing to air this unethical and perceptually, as well as factually inaccurate 'interview'. Perhaps, the network would have discovered that Michael Jackson no longer trusted the Rabbi, discontinuing his friendship with the Rabbi, due to the misuse of charity contributions that the Rabbi was entrusted to oversee.

To put it mildly, I am most deeply disappointed in Dateline, as well as in Meredith Vieira's characterization of the superstar through her narrative. Lastly, I am most deeply outraged by Rabbi Shmuley's decision to request that these tapes be aired, in order to promote a book that is highly questionable as to there being permission given by Michael Jackson.

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