Don't Be Cruel

Life isn't easy for the childen of "the best father you could ever imagine."
He is alleged to be the real father of Michael Jackson's children. Another claim says he is being investigated for prescribing the singer dangerous narcotic pain medications and anesthesia. Now, Jackson's longtime dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, speaks out to address the rumors.
You spend lots of time wondering why you're not the same race that he is.
"All I can tell you is, to the best of my knowledge, I am not the father of these children," Klein said. "I can't answer it any other way. I don't want to feed any of this insanity going around." He did express a fondness for his friend's children adding, "These are brilliant children and I want them in no way to be harmed ... People should know the depth of [Jackson's] love of his children."
And a good chunk of your life has been spent wondering if your biological father provided the drugs that have the best dad in the world spending his life asleep.
Klein, a Professor of Dermatology and Medicine at UCLA medical school, and a favorite of stars such as Elizabeth Taylor, flatly denies any involvement in over-prescribing drugs to Jackson.
After the best father you could ever imagine is buried, will your biological father go to prison in connection to death?
He also denied being one of five doctors reportedly under investigation in the state of California for writing prescriptions for Jackson's medications. "I am not even under any examination by the police as one of those individuals," he said. "I have not been examined by anyone. I have not been contacted by the police in Los Angeles."
Alec Baldwin suddently looks like one of those guy's whose kids you envy for having such a great dad.
Now that he's gone, will you be raised by your 79 year old grandmother, your mother, who you don't recall if you've met, or even worse... one of your uncles?
Jackson's brothers, each wearing a single sequined glove in homage to his signature look, carried the singer's golden casket into the downtown Staples Center.
In the land of empathy and love, life can be pretty cruel.