Where were you when Kennedy was shot?

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#1 Edited by iowastate (7873 posts) -

I walked home from my grade two class and was watching the news while eating lunch.

I can still taste the mayonaisse and balogna after all these years while hearing that terrible news

#2 Edited by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

inventing what the kid call "twerking".

#3 Posted by Iszdope (8951 posts) -

-2/10.

#4 Posted by roulettethedog (10855 posts) -

Wasn't born till May 1965.

#5 Posted by gamerguru100 (10104 posts) -

Not even close to being alive.

#6 Edited by THE_DRUGGIE (24886 posts) -

Crawling around in some Russian jungle.

#7 Posted by deeliman (1867 posts) -

My father's nutsack.

#8 Posted by airshocker (27301 posts) -

I wasn't born yet. So...yeah.

#9 Edited by GazaAli (21509 posts) -

Wow, TC is a geezer.

#10 Posted by cain006 (8625 posts) -

Not born yet. This is actually pretty weird though, my work has the driveshaft of the car that he was shot in in the lobby for the week.

#11 Edited by SirWander (5176 posts) -

I was too busy with non-existence to care.

@THE_DRUGGIE said:

Crawling around in some Russian jungle.

I think you've gotten one too many muzzle flashes in the face, that was in '64, that President was shot in '63.

#12 Posted by Jd1680a (5825 posts) -

I wasn't born yet.

Likely I get to talk to people who were alive at the time and they would recall in vivid detail where were they and what was going during the minutes of the assassination. I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

#13 Edited by JML897 (33065 posts) -
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

#14 Posted by GamerForca (7038 posts) -
#15 Edited by leviathan91 (7763 posts) -

I was behind the fence on the grassy knoll in Delaney Plaza, Dallas, Texas.

But really though, I was just an egg at the time so... yeah....

#16 Posted by wis3boi (30295 posts) -

I had just got off of Airforce One, and was riding in my convertible through Texas

#17 Edited by Capitan_Kid (6454 posts) -

I was swimming around in my fathers testicles

#18 Posted by theone86 (20439 posts) -

My dad hadn't even hit puberty yet.

@deeliman said:

My father's nutsack.

Actually, sperm dies off on a pretty regular basis. Unless he conceived you later that year (maybe even that same month or week) then you didn't even exist yet as sperm.

#19 Edited by Lord_Daemon (24174 posts) -

Still waiting to cause my mother to ponder abortion a few short months later.

#20 Edited by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

I was 2 years old at the time, so difficult to say.

I can say I was born when Kennedy was president though.

I do remember seeing Robert Kennedy getting shot in 1968. Looked like it was live.

#21 Posted by Aljosa23 (23629 posts) -

Man, I'll probably kill myself if I'm still posting on OT when I'm 50+.

#22 Posted by GoogleAndroid (125 posts) -

I didn't exist. Neither did my parents.

#23 Posted by Legendaryscmt (12532 posts) -

Swimming around in my dad's scrotum.

#24 Posted by deeliman (1867 posts) -

@Aljosa23 said:

Man, I'll probably kill myself if I'm still posting on OT when I'm 50+.

OT would've probably died out by then.

#25 Posted by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

I remember where I was then, where I was when I heard John Lennon was shot, where I was when I heard Michael Jackson died.

9/11 = at work at QVC, all TV was on that story, even the QVC channel

John Lennon = I was 19 in Air Force tech school watching the news from the dorms. I cried that day. Very much a John Lennon fan.

Michael Jackson = leaving the movie theatre with my nephew from the awful Transformers 2 movie, heard something about it in the bathroom, discarded the thought, then heard it on the car radio. MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

#26 Posted by deeliman (1867 posts) -

@theone86 said:

My dad hadn't even hit puberty yet.

@deeliman said:

My father's nutsack.

Actually, sperm dies off on a pretty regular basis. Unless he conceived you later that year (maybe even that same month or week) then you didn't even exist yet as sperm.

You must be fun at parties.

#27 Posted by konvikt_17 (21996 posts) -

i wasnt even a sperm yet.

#28 Posted by Nuck81 (5693 posts) -

I'm over 30 and my Dad was only 9 when Kennedy was shot.

Most of the kids on this forum, their parents weren't even born yet, or where still young children.

#29 Posted by Praisedasun (414 posts) -

I was driving the car.

#30 Posted by SUD123456 (4293 posts) -

I was wee so I don't remember it, but we were living in Germany and my parents cried (according to my mom).

#31 Posted by LittleMac19 (1530 posts) -

I was the janitor in the building the guy shot him from.

#32 Edited by Makhaidos (1427 posts) -

I was still within the æther. My reckoning had not yet come.

#33 Posted by HuggyBear1020 (445 posts) -

I was doing some random plinking/target practice on a grassy knoll in Dallas. I suspect I may have gotten a little carried away.

#34 Edited by Braun_Roid_Rage (635 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Wasn't alive when JFK was shot.

#35 Posted by JML897 (33065 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Yeah. If it was just some random dude living in your neighborhood, would anybody buy "I had kids in my bed but nothing sexual happened"? I highly doubt it.

And yeah MJ had a messed up childhood but you know who else had a messed up childhood? Most child molesters.

#36 Edited by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Wasn't alive when JFK was shot.

I said why he was a weird dude, good reason for that......but I'm certain he wasn't a child molester, I don't have any doubt that he was trying to gain a childhood he never had, and when he went into solitude for a long time it was to gain some privacy that he sorely needed and never had.

I could be wrong but I think the guy recanted his story. Besides do you not think it possible he was trying to get MJ's money?

Unlike you I was alive alongside the time of MJ, I don't think he was the monster people make him out to be. He didn't know how to act away from the stage, and thats because he was a private person always in the public eye, a nightmare for a private person.

#37 Edited by GreySeal9 (23312 posts) -

While the prosecution did fail to prove that Michael Jackson molested that kid beyond a reasonable doubt, it's perfectly possible that he actually did do it. Being really good at singing and dancing doesn't somehow preclude him from being a child molester, which is what so many of his fans seem to think.

#38 Posted by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

@JML897 said:

@Braun_Roid_Rage said:

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Yeah. If it was just some random dude living in your neighborhood, would anybody buy "I had kids in my bed but nothing sexual happened"? I highly doubt it.

And yeah MJ had a messed up childhood but you know who else had a messed up childhood? Most child molesters.

I see the situation different from you and I'm far from naive. I certainly don't think MJ was molested himself, theres never been any evidence of that, and generally that is a signature mark of many child molesters.

I stand by what I wrote, I'm pretty sure I'm on the mark.

#39 Edited by GreySeal9 (23312 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

@Braun_Roid_Rage said:

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Wasn't alive when JFK was shot.

I said why he was a weird dude, good reason for that......but I'm certain he wasn't a child molester, I don't have any doubt that he was trying to gain a childhood he never had, and when he went into solitude for a long time it was to gain some privacy that he sorely needed and never had.

I could be wrong but I think the guy recanted his story. Besides do you not think it possible he was trying to get MJ's money?

Unlike you I was alive alongside the time of MJ, I don't think he was the monster people make him out to be. He didn't know how to act away from the stage, and thats because he was a private person always in the public eye, a nightmare for a private person.

How can you be certain?

#40 Edited by Braun_Roid_Rage (635 posts) -

@AFBrat77: No one knows if he did or not. It wouldn't surprise me though if he did. Your fandom might cloud your opinion, but whatever. I was alive with MJ too and can't question his musical talent.

#41 Posted by foxhound_fox (85374 posts) -

My father was three and my mother was four.

I wasn't even a "sparkle in my father's eye" yet.

#42 Edited by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

@Braun_Roid_Rage said:

@AFBrat77 said:

@JML897 said:
@Jd1680a said:
I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.

I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class

MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.

Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.

Wasn't alive when JFK was shot.

I said why he was a weird dude, good reason for that......but I'm certain he wasn't a child molester, I don't have any doubt that he was trying to gain a childhood he never had, and when he went into solitude for a long time it was to gain some privacy that he sorely needed and never had.

I could be wrong but I think the guy recanted his story. Besides do you not think it possible he was trying to get MJ's money?

Unlike you I was alive alongside the time of MJ, I don't think he was the monster people make him out to be. He didn't know how to act away from the stage, and thats because he was a private person always in the public eye, a nightmare for a private person.

How can you be certain?

Not certain, but neither of us is certain either way. I have a feeling about it and I trust it, I've found that its usually on the mark.

#43 Posted by AFBrat77 (23915 posts) -

@AFBrat77: No one knows if he did or not. It wouldn't surprise me though if he did. Your fandom might cloud your opinion, but whatever. I was alive with MJ too and can't question his musical talent.

I liked some of his music, particularly with the Jackson Five and his solo album "Off the Wall" but I wouldn't say I was a fan, so no clouding there.

It would surprise me if he did, I just don't think that was his way. But its true, we won't know. I was sad to see his death.

#44 Edited by Shottayouth13- (6601 posts) -

My parents didn't even meet yet.

#45 Posted by ultimate-k (2348 posts) -

In the sea of infinite

#46 Posted by junglist101 (5428 posts) -

@deeliman said:

My father's nutsack.

This.

Me too but more specifically his testicle. I believe it was the left one but I could be mistaken.

#47 Posted by lamprey263 (21067 posts) -

MY FATHERS BALLS!!!

#48 Posted by mulalatum (32 posts) -

Just came back from desert storm

#49 Posted by angeldeb82 (972 posts) -

I wasn't around when JFK got shot, but my parents were. My mother had little memory of it, but my dad was in elementary school at the time. He heard the sad news, and he had to deliver newspapers about JFK's death. Those were sad times. My dad watched the funeral, and so did my maternal grandparents. :(

#50 Edited by SNIPER4321 (9926 posts) -

Of course i was not exist but from what i read he is only US president who was against corruption, against Freemans and their evil agenda. that is why he was assassinated.

he was good guy and punish for being a good guy.