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I'm going to go on and do my own life and have my own marriage and my own kids and you'll always have me. He didn't want to lose things that mean't something to him." "As I grew up and started having boyfriends, I would share with him and he was like a little kid who talked about the bases... If you got to talk to him about music or about the future of technology, his voice would get deeper, he would start talking and it was as if he was this genius." "We go through so much together it's a miracle that we could stay together this long..a short tour right now, and he wrote me the sweetest note this morning.
what first base was, what second base was and it sounded very odd to the outside, I can imagine, but to the inside, to someone who's never really left his bubble, you can understand how he would be curious." "I was 13 when I first met Michael Jackson. It's good to have those days when we both do our own things.
Michael always knew he could count on me to support him or be his date and that we would have fun no matter where we were. Both of us needed to be adults very early, but when we were together, we were two little kids having fun.
After being out with her, he’d come to me and say things like, “She tried to kiss me. I was at the Academy Awards with Diana Ross and she just came up to me and said, “Hi, I’m Brooke Shields. Shields stated in that speech that she first met Michael when she was 13-years-old, and the two instantly became friends.Shields said: Thinking back to when we met and the many times that we spent together and whenever we were out together, there would be a caption of some kind, and the caption usually said something like 'an odd couple' or 'an unlikely pair,' but to us it was the most natural and easiest of friendships..." Shields responded that Cruise's statements about anti-depressants were "irresponsible" and "dangerous." She said that he should "stick to fighting aliens" (a reference to Cruise's starring role in War of the Worlds as well as some of the more exotic aspects of Scientology doctrine and teachings), "and let mothers decide the best way to treat postpartum depression." The actress responded to a further attack by Cruise in an essay "War of Words" published in The New York Times on July 1, 2005, in which she made an individual case for the medication and said, "In a strange way, it was comforting to me when my obstetrician told me that my feelings of extreme despair and my suicidal thoughts were directly tied to a biochemical shift in my body.