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Michael Jackson

Post by simmo on Fri Jun 26, 2009 3:25 pm

So, I'm intrigued to hear what people think.

I feel that it was sad to see such a talented individual spiral into someone so mentally unstable. I know he wasn't right in the head, and may, almost certainly, was inappropriate with a bunch of kids.

But I really feel for his own kids. They are gonna be messed up for the rest of their lives, and given MJ was pretty much bankrupt, without a lot of normal or decent support. I just hope it works out for them.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by NiteOwl on Fri Jun 26, 2009 3:49 pm

I feel nearly the exact same way, if it was possible to separate the entertainer from all of the other nastiness......on a more personal note, I'm starting to feel really old when all of these people I have grown up with start dying.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by the dirty digger on Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:56 pm

-Reports of Michael Jackson having a heart attack are INCORRECT. He was actually found in the children's ward having a STROKE.

-Michael Jackson Newsflash! His body was actually found in the Hudson River floating on a bouy.

-When Farrah Fawcett died, God granted her one wish. She wished for all the children in the world to be safe from harm - that's when Michael Jackson turned up.

-In a move to commemmorate his musical achievements, McDonald's have released the McJackson Burger - a 50 year old piece of albino meat, shoved between two 8 year old buns.

-BREAKING NEWS - Michael Jackson has passed away and his family have announced that they will be donating the body to Planet Ark, where they will recycle 73% of his face into limited edition credit cards.

-Reports are coming in the Michael Jackson's will states that his remains are to be melted down and made into toys so children can still play with him.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by Sledge Hammer! on Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:22 pm

...and that is a perfect example of exactly why I won't even be bothering to post in this thread beyond this post. Not that it matters one way or the other.

Anyway, don't mind me, moving on...

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by The Dr Of Style on Fri Jun 26, 2009 6:20 pm

I think his life was more of a case of someone who was surrounded by yes men his entire life....from the age of 6..... with no measuring stick the concept of normal is impossible.....

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by iNsaneMilesy on Fri Jun 26, 2009 6:52 pm

I say finally. So sick of the guy. He was a fucked up monster. Both physically and mentally. Between the Molestation charges and dangling his infant child out of a top floor hotel balcony I have zero sympathy for the person. God knows what else he's done. Fucken celebrities get away with so much shit and the public think they're Angels. Sickens me. Hopefully his "kids" aren't too far gone to live a regular life now.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by Rat Fink on Fri Jun 26, 2009 7:08 pm

Wow.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by NiteOwl on Fri Jun 26, 2009 7:09 pm

Whoa

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by BoloMusashi on Sat Jun 27, 2009 11:38 am

Sad to hear one of my childhood idols passed away at such an early age. I remember dancing and singing to all of his earlier albums - Off the Wall and Thriller - plus the earlier Jackon 5 stuff.

I remember trying to confince my old lady to order me a red leather jacket from the US when we were living in Indonesia. I remember balling my eyes out when I heard about his accident on the set of the Pepsi commercial. The King of Pop inspired many and brought enjoyment to many more.

I try not to think about MJ and the celebrity circus act, the molestation cases or how he went from a handsome looking bloke to a strange looking white lady. Maybe it's my way of trying to preserve my childhood memories.

I hope his kids finally get a break and are able to live their lives without being in the media spotlight.


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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by TheSweetestThing on Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:36 pm

Well, I haven't been bothered to read most of the posts in this thread due to their nature.
I grew up thinking of him as an older brother, a part of the family. He will always be a part of me. I can't stand to read the bullshit being spouted - whether it be the jokes or the accusations or anything else.
I acknowledge that he was very unfit mentally. But its like hearing someone dissing your best friend. As someone else who doesn't feel entirely mentally capable to handle life myself, its all very insulting.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by UncleCletusKasady on Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:54 pm

The dude was weird but a great performer.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by Dabigfella on Sat Jun 27, 2009 4:25 pm

UncleCletusKasady wrote:The dude was weird but a great performer.
Exactly, no denying he was a MAJOR TALENT!

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by TheGoodDr on Mon Jun 29, 2009 1:06 pm

I have wonderful memories of renting the Thriller video which contained a 'making of' documentary and all sorts of other supplimentary material on it. My siblings and I spent the entire weekend watching that video over and over again....we just couldn't get enough of MJ changing into a werewolf!
Watching his metamorphosis over the years since Thriller was both heart-breaking and perversely intriguing at the same time.
Listeing to his music on the radio and tv since his passing simply reminds me what a talent he really was.

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by Hemish on Mon Jun 29, 2009 4:17 pm

I love the guys music, but I'm over all the attention he's getting.
You cant turn on the news or radio without hearing about some new scandel.
Who gives a shit???
He's dead let it be and just enjoy what he gave us

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by The Dr Of Style on Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:24 am

That's news today saddly....when there is nothing to report we still get hit with endless updates from some reporter standing infront of a courthouse/football ground/ etc etc where they basically stretch "there is nothing new to report" into a 5 minute chat.....My mum always likened Jacko to Elton john.......crazy person but with some amazing talent

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by simmo on Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:26 am

I think Jacko had it all over Elton as far as craziness goes. Elton John's just...flamboyant Razz

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Re: Michael Jackson

Post by TheSweetestThing on Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:57 am

He's just an angry old queen Razz

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