Kingston to Preload Michael Jackson's "This Is It" on USB Flash Drive

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LVmonkey

He was great with kids.

 And more on topic, is THIS the new CD? will this become the new medium for song and movie sales to come? I think the media companies need to come to terms with the need for a new business model because this copyright and punishing those whom actually buy a song with DRM and bad formating/medium (as oppossed to just downloading it) just ain't working for 'em.

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Shalbatana

 While I think this concept has a future, and personally I think it might be better off offering music/music videos than movies, and while I respect MJ's accomplishments and understand why people like him; personally, he's not my type of music.

I'd rather have the Ghostbusters drive.

(this caters to too small of a market)

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TechJunkie

Hey! It wasn't off-topic as it was about MJ. Is this article about an MJ product or about a 1971 ford Mustang fastback? Also, It wasn't off-color. It was in black and white just like every other comment.

Ya know what? You do own these forums and I see that the first amendment rights given to all of us don't apply here especially when they are not heynous or criminal. For that, I will discontinue my need for Max-pc as you get all your info from Engadget anyways because your a dollar short and 3 eggs shy of a pan of brownies. Later.

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Shalbatana

 sensitive, isn't he?

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Yusonice

I've done this last year!

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TechJunkie

 **Off topic and off-color post removed. - Paul Lilly**

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nedwards

Man, that's just unnecessary.

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TechJunkie

I agree. Just trying to add a little humor but if MJ can put himself in the spotlight the way he did publicly, then jokes about him should be just as public. Alot of the things he did was also unecessary. It goes both ways. But I respect your opinion.

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