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That’s Mr. Jackson if You’re Nasty

February 15th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

So you have to wade through a bit of this interview-preview, the parts where Piers is sort of doughy and weird and Janet is busty and weird, but it’s worth it for another small reveal of the terrifying (and yet, in some ways, wildly successful) parenting style of Joe Jackson.

I’m gonna try this on my kids, and it’s really gonna fuck them up. Especially because my name isn’t Joseph.


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  1. karen says:

    February 15th, 2011at 12:12 pm(#)

    I may not stop chuckling all day. Only because after I watched the video, I went up to re-read that last paragraph …

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