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People haven't crowded around TVs around the office like this since the start of the Iraq War. What that says about our culture we don't know but everyone was anxious with anticipation for the verdict and The King of Pop is not guilty on all ten counts for which he was accused.

The fans outside are delighted. Before hand, they were randomly breaking out into tears.

We're just glad we can now get back to more important the cultural significance of the Family Hilton grand marshalling the Pride parade.