Wow... there have sure been a lot of "celebrity" deaths lately. But two prompt me to ask this question. Steve McNair and Michael Jackson. After Michael's passing there were those who only could consider his "oddities" above his accomplishments. He was acquited on child molestation charges...yet his odd choices kept his "possible guilt" in the forethought of people's minds. Yet this man effected so much of(and so many in) entertainment during his lifetime and has now been found to have contributed more to charity than any other entertainer of his time.- Did you mourn the passing of a great master? The "greatest" entertainer the world has ever known"? Or did you think...good riddance to a (possible) pedophile? Now... Steve McNair. Many thought that this guy was a GREAT football player and an upstanding charity worker and philanthropist. But then at the end of his life he is definitely found to be in an adulterous tryst with a young woman, perhaps started to do her wrong, and she killed both of them. The pastor at his funeral said that we should remember Steve for the good things and not be so fast to judge him for "this gossipy situation" he ended up in. Huh... so how DOES one remember a person after they pass? And do you find that you have judged these two situations differently...even though one was proven and the other wasn't (at least not in a court-of-law-yet the court of public opinion doesn't seem to HAVE an acquistion clause). What do you think?