We want the wealthy to keep abusing money and people so that maybe we too someday can have a life free of genuine consequences. That’s the saddest thing of all.

We want the wealthy to keep abusing money and people so that maybe we too someday can have a life free of genuine consequences.

That’s the saddest thing of all.

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I defended Michael Jackson for YEARS. This was a BIG DEAL in 1993/4.

Part of it was because he was an idol. Part of it was wanting to believe he was misunderstood. And yes, a tiny part of it was, “Well, if he did, he’s in a position free of real consequence and wow, ain’t that lucky”.

I grew up since yet that tiny part of me still would love it all to just be a farce.

https://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/1994/01/orth199401

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