Wednesday, July 15, 2009


I want to share this video that I found on youtube with everyone. It is about the time when Michael Jackson was on Oprah and he was asked very personal and difficult questions. Though I believe most of us are interested in what Michael had to say about them. Here are the questions asked:
1. Are you a virgin?
2. Why do you always grab your crotch?
3. How much plastic surgery have you had?

Now here is the video clip:

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


One of Michael Jackson's song that truly touched my heart and soul is Heal The World. That song is very powerful in the message that it is trying to get across the globe, traversing across boundaries of countries and religion. May the people of the world not forget Michael Jackson through the passing of time.

Michael Jackson - Heal The World Live

What are the world events that you care about? I have taken part in dNeero's latest conversation on the topic and here are my results:

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


With the recent passing of the King of Pop: Michael Jackson, the world is once again shining the spotlight on him. It is ironic how one man can only be redeemed in death and not when he was alive. The recent media coverage has amassed a huge following on Michael Jackson including both existing and new fans alike. Here is the original video for Michael Jackson's They Don't Care About Us.

And this is Michael Jackson's final rehearsal video before his untimely passing featuring the same song:

It is sad to see that Michael Jackson was wronged when he was alive and now idolized when he is gone. May he rest in peace.

Latest dNeero conversation is about what you care about in life. Here is my take on it:

Saturday, July 4, 2009


Ever since dNeero ignited the previous conversation on endurance sports I have started doing some low impact exercises so that I can work up a good sweat. Usually I feel much better after that. I saw this video clip on youtube about The Spirit of the Marathon and I would like to share it with everyone. It has some interesting and insightful information on the sport of Marathon and it is definitely worth a look.

The Spirit of the Marathon

Continuing the previous conversation, dNeero has ignited a new one this time focusing on the questions asked by fellow dNeero-ites on endurance athletes. My question also appears in this one so do take a look and feel free to participate.