Discussion:
Michael Jackson Toast?
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Loaf of Bread
2009-06-25 22:13:29 UTC
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Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.

TMZ says he is now dead and gone.

More to come.
The Master
2009-06-25 22:28:54 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
report was correct.
Loaf of Bread
2009-06-25 22:49:39 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well.  TMZ's early
report was correct.
Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
Stephen O'Connell
2009-06-25 22:56:34 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a
heart attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
report was correct.
Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
abacus
2009-06-26 01:12:34 UTC
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Post by Stephen O'Connell
Post by Loaf of Bread
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a
heart attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
report was correct.
Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
brace yourself for some bad news then......
The Doctor
2009-06-26 03:12:38 UTC
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Post by Stephen O'Connell
Post by Loaf of Bread
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a
heart attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
report was correct.
Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
Same here!
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John Fleming
2009-06-26 04:24:15 UTC
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On Thu, 25 Jun 2009 23:56:34 +0100, while chained to a desk
$>>> Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a
$>>> heart attack.
$>>
$>>> TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
$>>
$>> ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
$>> report was correct.
$>
$> Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
$
$So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
Considering she just passed away today too . . ..

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The Master
2009-06-26 15:21:45 UTC
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Post by Stephen O'Connell
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children within
25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts selling their
cookies door to door didn't have to worry though, Michael only liked the
boys.
Stephen O'Connell
2009-06-26 16:47:02 UTC
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Post by The Master
Post by Stephen O'Connell
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children
within 25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts
selling their cookies door to door didn't have to worry though,
Michael only liked the boys.
He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
was popular among the masses. But the whole thing has me bored. I really
was more saddened to hear of the death of Farrah Fawcett, although we
all knew she was on the way out as she had been battling cancer. The
death of Michael Jackson was more surprising. But he wasn't a bloody
saint... after all, he liked to spend his spare time in a bedroom with
little boys!
The Master
2009-06-26 18:36:33 UTC
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Post by Stephen O'Connell
He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
was popular among the masses.
It was full of sounds that many men make only when they accidently catch
their nuts in the zipper of their pants.
Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:43:08 UTC
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On Jun 26, 12:36 pm, The Master
Post by The Master
Post by Stephen O'Connell
He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
was popular among the masses.
It was full of sounds that many men make only when they accidently catch
their nuts in the zipper of their pants.
LOL
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:22:26 UTC
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On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 18:36:33 +0000, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium The Master
$
$> He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
$> appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
$> was popular among the masses.
$
$It was full of sounds that many men make only when they accidently catch
$their nuts in the zipper of their pants.
LOL

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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:21:51 UTC
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On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:47:02 +0100, while chained to a desk
$>
$>> So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
$>
$> You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children
$> within 25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts
$> selling their cookies door to door didn't have to worry though,
$> Michael only liked the boys.
$
$He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
$appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
$was popular among the masses.
I wasn't a big fan of Jackson's either. I just never liked
his style and would sooner listen to artists like Rihanna
and Beyonce.

That said, he couldn't have lasted as long in the music
industry as he did unless he had talent and an ability to
produce music people generally liked.
$But the whole thing has me bored. I really
$was more saddened to hear of the death of Farrah Fawcett, although we
$all knew she was on the way out as she had been battling cancer.
Farrah's passing was sad too.
$The
$death of Michael Jackson was more surprising. But he wasn't a bloody
$saint... after all, he liked to spend his spare time in a bedroom with
$little boys!
Agreed.

As you mentioned above, Farrah's battle with cancer was
know, and it was really only a matter of time before she
died. It was a question of when will she die rather than a
question of will she live.

Jackson's was unexpected, even though he was known to be in
poor health.

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The Doctor
2009-06-27 12:57:09 UTC
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Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:47:02 +0100, while chained to a desk
$>
$>> So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
$>
$> You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children
$> within 25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts
$> selling their cookies door to door didn't have to worry though,
$> Michael only liked the boys.
$
$He did nothing for me anyway. I didn't like his music, although I
$appreciate that his song and dance routines were very good and his music
$was popular among the masses.
I wasn't a big fan of Jackson's either. I just never liked
his style and would sooner listen to artists like Rihanna
and Beyonce.
That said, he couldn't have lasted as long in the music
industry as he did unless he had talent and an ability to
produce music people generally liked.
$But the whole thing has me bored. I really
$was more saddened to hear of the death of Farrah Fawcett, although we
$all knew she was on the way out as she had been battling cancer.
Farrah's passing was sad too.
$The
$death of Michael Jackson was more surprising. But he wasn't a bloody
$saint... after all, he liked to spend his spare time in a bedroom with
$little boys!
Agreed.
As you mentioned above, Farrah's battle with cancer was
know, and it was really only a matter of time before she
died. It was a question of when will she die rather than a
question of will she live.
Jackson's was unexpected, even though he was known to be in
poor health.
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Everyone knew of FF's battle with cancer.

Hey one moment, what about MJ's battle with reality?
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AlanSailsbury
2009-06-27 14:10:33 UTC
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Hey one moment, what about MJ's battle with reality?
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The Doctor
2009-06-27 14:32:48 UTC
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Hey one moment, what about MJ's battle with reality?
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 16:12:52 UTC
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On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 07:10:33 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium AlanSailsbury
$>
$> Hey one moment, what about MJ's battle with reality?
$
$You're one to talk!
The doctor's reality is Usenet.

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Bata
2009-06-27 17:32:31 UTC
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John Fleming
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What is a SNP?
The Doctor
2009-06-28 00:44:00 UTC
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John Fleming
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What is a SNP?
John ?
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The Doctor
2009-06-28 00:41:02 UTC
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Post by John Fleming
On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 07:10:33 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium AlanSailsbury
$>
$> Hey one moment, what about MJ's battle with reality?
$
$You're one to talk!
The doctor's reality is Usenet.
Back to the books for you John. Namely, Orwell's 1984.
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The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:02:10 UTC
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Post by Stephen O'Connell
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children within
25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts selling their
cookies door to door didn't have to worry though, Michael only liked the
boys.
On this I concur with the Master.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:16:42 UTC
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On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:21:45 +0000, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium The Master
$
$> So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
$
$You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children within
$25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts selling their
$cookies door to door didn't have to worry though, Michael only liked the
$boys.
He kind of trashed his reputation the first time he got into
trouble.

If he'd been smart, he would have stopped the sleepovers at
Neverland right then and there. Said something to the
effect that, while he'd enjoyed having them, developments
now made it impractical to continue the practice.

Instead, he went on hosting them, and less than a decade
later he was back in court facing similar charges.

It didn't help that, some people being turned off by the
pedophilia business and no longer buying his records, that
his cash flow was taking a hit.

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The Doctor
2009-06-27 12:54:59 UTC
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Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:21:45 +0000, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium The Master
$
$> So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
$
$You misunderstand... In my opinion, the parents of small children within
$25 miles of Jackson's home are all relieved. Girl scouts selling their
$cookies door to door didn't have to worry though, Michael only liked the
$boys.
He kind of trashed his reputation the first time he got into
trouble.
If he'd been smart, he would have stopped the sleepovers at
Neverland right then and there. Said something to the
effect that, while he'd enjoyed having them, developments
now made it impractical to continue the practice.
Instead, he went on hosting them, and less than a decade
later he was back in court facing similar charges.
It didn't help that, some people being turned off by the
pedophilia business and no longer buying his records, that
his cash flow was taking a hit.
Sums it up quite well Joh.

What ws this about MJ turning out the lights fir FF?
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Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:43:45 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a
heart attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
ABC news is now reporting Michael Jackson died as well. TMZ's early
report was correct.
Globe and Mail is also now reporting that he died too.
So what?! I'd be more upset at the death of poor Farrah Fawcett.
She died yesterday too.
Tom Evans, Awarded Crosspost Trolling Spambat Honors 1995 by Matthew Legare
2009-06-25 23:25:31 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
that was fast......must have been all those nosejobs....or blowj... oh
nevermind
<p>sychotic <c>hicken
2009-06-26 08:53:27 UTC
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Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.

This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.

And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.

I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Matthew Kruk
2009-06-26 09:38:24 UTC
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Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.

Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.

A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.

He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.

Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.

My $.25.
Bazza
2009-06-26 09:59:05 UTC
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Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't live
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
The Doctor
2009-06-26 13:09:55 UTC
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Post by Bazza
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't live
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
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sadako
2009-06-26 14:27:21 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of  the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay.  It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than  a child molesting freak who didn't live
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
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You shit stirring piece of shit troll!

Fuck off this thread- a subhuman freak mutant like you shouldn't even
speak of Michael Jackson's great legacy!
Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:48:49 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
You shit stirring piece of shit troll!
Fuck off this thread- a subhuman freak mutant like you shouldn't even
speak of Michael Jackson's great legacy!
Agreed 100%

Sure, Jackson was a bit weird. But he did some great music in his
lifetime.

All Yads has done is run a second rate ISP and annoy people in Usenet.
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:00:28 UTC
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Post by Matthew Kruk
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Post by The Doctor
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Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a hear=
t
Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improve=
d
Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of =A0the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. =A0There is=
no
Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give=
a
Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay. =A0It was everyone around him that were scum of the =
earth.
Post by The Doctor
Post by Matthew Kruk
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than =A0a child molesting freak who didn'=
t live
Post by The Doctor
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because=
of
Post by The Doctor
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviou=
r
Post by The Doctor
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
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You stirring piece of troll!
speak of Michael Jackson's great legacy!
Thus trolled mentally sick trol Tom80s the SADone!
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AlanSailsbury
2009-06-26 15:29:42 UTC
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Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
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The Master
2009-06-26 15:34:31 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
Sounds like a Pay-Per-View show:

The ultimate showdown, Pepsi vrs Coke. The future of Michael Jackson's
hair is up for grabs!

FFfffffuuuuuuuuushhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

Ah, my hair!!! put it out, put it out!
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:04:14 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Master
Post by The Doctor
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
The ultimate showdown, Pepsi vrs Coke. The future of Michael Jackson's
hair is up for grabs!
FFfffffuuuuuuuuushhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!
Ah, my hair!!! put it out, put it out!
As Neil young would say, this note is for you.
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The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:02:30 UTC
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Post by AlanSailsbury
Post by The Doctor
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
--
You're hardly in a position to call anyone a weirdo Yads.
Said irrational troll Zarbiface!
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:33:13 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 08:29:42 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium AlanSailsbury
$>
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$You're hardly in a position to call anyone a weirdo Yads.
Good point.

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The Doctor
2009-06-27 12:59:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 08:29:42 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium AlanSailsbury
$>
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$You're hardly in a position to call anyone a weirdo Yads.
Good point.
Must you agree with the inane?
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Stephen Wilson
2009-06-26 16:54:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Doctor
Post by Bazza
Post by Matthew Kruk
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't live
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
There's that "faux Christian" Yads showing his true colours. Not only is he
labelling Michael Jackson a weirdo (look who's talking!!), but he's also
speaking ill of the dead.

Oh, and this is nothing like a flame war. That's just something you're
hoping for, eh?
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:12:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by Stephen Wilson
Post by The Doctor
Post by Bazza
Post by Matthew Kruk
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't live
in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
different to Gary Glitter except richer.
Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
children will be abused by this nutter.
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
There's that "faux Christian" Yads showing his true colours. Not only is he
labelling Michael Jackson a weirdo (look who's talking!!), but he's also
speaking ill of the dead.
Oh, and this is nothing like a flame war. That's just something you're
hoping for, eh?
Nope, I know the starts of a flame war when I see one.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:35:23 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:54:07 +0100, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium "Stephen Wilson"
$>>> Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the
$>>> earth.
$>>>
$>>> My $.25.
$>>I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't
$>>live
$>>in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because
$>>of
$>>the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
$>>different to Gary Glitter except richer.
$>>Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
$>>which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
$>>children will be abused by this nutter.
$>
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$There's that "faux Christian" Yads showing his true colours. Not only is he
$labelling Michael Jackson a weirdo (look who's talking!!), but he's also
$speaking ill of the dead.
$
$Oh, and this is nothing like a flame war. That's just something you're
$hoping for, eh?
Better get out the asbestos suits, eh? :)

--

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Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:54:07 +0100, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium "Stephen Wilson"
$>>> Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the
$>>> earth.
$>>>
$>>> My $.25.
$>>I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't
$>>live
$>>in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because
$>>of
$>>the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
$>>different to Gary Glitter except richer.
$>>Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
$>>which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
$>>children will be abused by this nutter.
$>
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$There's that "faux Christian" Yads showing his true colours. Not only is he
$labelling Michael Jackson a weirdo (look who's talking!!), but he's also
$speaking ill of the dead.
$
$Oh, and this is nothing like a flame war. That's just something you're
$hoping for, eh?
Better get out the asbestos suits, eh? :)
Or head for the nearest nuclear bunker!!
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Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:47:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Doctor
Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
Not much weirder than you, Yads.
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:36:06 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:47:00 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$Not much weirder than you, Yads.
Given that Jackson was pretty weird, . . ..

--

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Edmonton, Canada

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The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:01:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:47:00 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$
$> Weirdo Jackson snuffs it and flame wars start.
$
$Not much weirder than you, Yads.
Given that Jackson was pretty weird, . . ..
Thank you for proving my point.
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Will Tingle
2009-06-26 16:56:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bazza
I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't
live in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only
because of the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal
defence.
well, that and the total lack of evidence...
--
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Remove YOUR_PANTS to e-mail

Questions For Agamemnon:
(most up to date answers will be added as they are given)

1. How old are you?
2. What do you do for a living?
3. Have you ever Had sex with a human?
"none of your business"
4. Where did you get your Physics Degree?
5. Is it racist to call a Japanese lady "JapBird" ?
"No it is not"
6. Do you, consider the word "Pakki" to be acceptable?
7. Is it racist to call a Greek man "Greek"?
8. Is a pigeon the same as a metaphor or isn't it?
"You are a fool!"
9. Please provide an example of Will Tingle's alleged racism.
10. Provide an example of ONE reputable historian who denies the existence of
oral tradition.
Michael Yardley
2009-06-26 18:43:51 UTC
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Post by Will Tingle
I'm afraid he was nothing more than  a child molesting freak who didn't
live in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only
because of the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal
defence.
well, that and the total lack of evidence...
--
Will Tingle
Remove YOUR_PANTS to e-mail
(most up to date answers will be added as they are given)
1.  How old are you?
2.  What do you do for a living?
3.  Have you ever Had sex with a human?
     "none of your business"
4.  Where did you get your Physics Degree?
5.  Is it racist to call a Japanese lady "JapBird" ?
     "No it is not"
6.  Do you, consider the word "Pakki" to be acceptable?
7.  Is it racist to call a Greek man "Greek"?
8.  Is a pigeon the same as a metaphor or isn't it?
     "You are a fool!"
9.  Please provide an example of Will Tingle's alleged racism.
10. Provide an example of ONE reputable historian who denies the existence of
     oral tradition.
Just file a complaint with Alberta's Human Rights Commission.They will
sort him out.
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:41:10 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:43:51 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium Michael Yardley
[snip]
$Just file a complaint with Alberta's Human Rights Commission.They will
$sort him out.
That only works if he is an Alberta resident.

If he isn't, the matter is outside the jurisdiction of the
Alberta Human Rights Commission.

--

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Edmonton, Canada

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And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:39:50 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:56:46 +0100, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium Will Tingle
$>I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't
$>live in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only
$>because of the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal
$>defence.
$
$well, that and the total lack of evidence...
Jackson's mistake was not discontinuing those sleepovers
after the first court case.

He could have discontinued them with a rationale along the
lines of, "Based on the recent court case and the advice of
my lawyer, it is best that I not hold any more sleepovvers.
Any further questions on them should be directed to my legal
counsel."

Instead, he went right back to hosting these sleepovers, and
it was only a matter of time before he wound up back in hot
water.

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:02:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:56:46 +0100, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium Will Tingle
$>I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't
$>live in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only
$>because of the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal
$>defence.
$
$well, that and the total lack of evidence...
Jackson's mistake was not discontinuing those sleepovers
after the first court case.
He could have discontinued them with a rationale along the
lines of, "Based on the recent court case and the advice of
my lawyer, it is best that I not hold any more sleepovvers.
Any further questions on them should be directed to my legal
counsel."
Instead, he went right back to hosting these sleepovers, and
it was only a matter of time before he wound up back in hot
water.
What was this about paedophile image?
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FishFood
2009-06-27 01:58:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than [snipped]
In an age of lies and illusions, you make no effort to
seek the truth. You choose to remain on the surface of
a lie. Armed with the knowledge provided by our lazy
tabloid summaries you scream your tired diatribe..

How to fool most of the people, all of the time? How to
manage talent when it appears contrary to the direction
of culture? How to contain a voice which dared to cross
the divide of age and cultures.

You revel in the lie that's now attached to his name, all
the other factors are either unknown, or ignored by you.
In your world no one would levy such an heinous accusation
if it were not so. In your world people don't lie or steal
or kill for money. In your world there is no unfairness.

The worst you could say with any honesty is that Michael
Jackson, in a climate bordering on hysteria, settled a
Civil suite.

To understand this you would need knowledge of those
times, you would need some idea of the many players
who stood to gain at his expense. We are talking about
Money, millions and millions of dollars, and influence
for which there is no price. Michael was a magnet for
these piranhas.

What you won't hear in our lazy tabloid summaries is
that at the time Michael Jackson argued for his day
in a Criminal court. Strangely that singular detail,
like so much of history is lost or buried with the
summary. Michael Jackson wanted to face his accusers,
ahead of any civil case, in a Criminal court where the
standards for truth and justice is as high as it can
be.

What you won't hear in our lazy tabloid summaries, is
how the father of the boy plotted a path to the Civil
courts, you won't hear how despite counter charges of
extortion by Michael, next to no effort was taken to
explore that obvious possibility.

You won't hear of the controversial drug used by this
father on his son, after the pretext of extracting his
tooth. A pretext which also entailed securing custody
of his son from his estranged wife.

Our tabloids won't mention how this father approached
Michael for a 'movie deal', and then concerned with
perjuring himself, did not go directly to the authorities
as any ordinary father would.

You won't hear of a premeditated plan discussed with his
lawyer which called for a third party to 'discover' the
boy's claims and then alert the authorities. Nor will you
hear of the near suicidal state of that boy was in whilst
in the sole custody of his father.

Details like this will not be known to the general public,
all the public has is that simple statement, Michael Jackson,
or should I say his insurance company, settled a Civil suite.

Background, background, background. You won't remember
the climate bordering on hysteria, as similar stories
routinely made their way to the fore of the press. You
won't hear of the many stories produced by the now
discredited practice of psychiatry called the 'recovered
memory syndrome'. You won't hear in the summary, of the
tabloid feeding frenzy, the ping pong between sources on
either side of the Atlantic, orchestrated by sources in
the Chandler camp. Then of course there was Court TV
with sources in the chandler camp, fuelling the tide of
opinion in that case. All this and more will be lost in
our simple headlines.

All you have for your false anger is that a Civil suite
was settled, at a time when justice on this issue, was
far from infallible.

There's an incredible story waiting to be told, if
anyone dares to look at what is actually known from
that period.

I won't mention the other stories going back to that
time, or the tape recording where Chandler says he paid
tens of thousands of dollars, money he didn't have, for
'evidence' he would use against Jackson.

As a clue See...

"Star surgeon 'mocked patients'"

A Hollywood plastic surgeon is alleged to have crudely
mocked celebrity patients - including Michael Jackson and
Elizabeth Taylor - while they were under anesthetic.

-------------------------------------------------------

If you don't make the effort to find truth, what finds
you will be some what short of the truth. The stuff
history is made of. Now cue the 'Fat Elvis' jokes made
by the happy buffoons without a clue why they hold the
ideas they do. Laughing as they've have been primed to,
showing no real concern, just this desire to share the
same group think.

Its so much more natural to go with the flow, to believe
what the group believes, to accept without thought, without
question.

Bottom line, no one owes you the truth about anything.

------------
"In a world filled with hate, we must still dare to hope.
In a world filled with anger, we must still dare to comfort.
In a world filled with despair, we must still dare to dream.
And in a world filled with distrust, we must still dare to believe."
Michael Jackson
1958-2009
The Doctor
2009-06-27 12:53:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by FishFood
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
shit about him except what they can make off of it.
He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
My $.25.
I'm afraid he was nothing more than [snipped]
In an age of lies and illusions, you make no effort to
seek the truth. You choose to remain on the surface of
a lie. Armed with the knowledge provided by our lazy
tabloid summaries you scream your tired diatribe..
How to fool most of the people, all of the time? How to
manage talent when it appears contrary to the direction
of culture? How to contain a voice which dared to cross
the divide of age and cultures.
You revel in the lie that's now attached to his name, all
the other factors are either unknown, or ignored by you.
In your world no one would levy such an heinous accusation
if it were not so. In your world people don't lie or steal
or kill for money. In your world there is no unfairness.
The worst you could say with any honesty is that Michael
Jackson, in a climate bordering on hysteria, settled a
Civil suite.
To understand this you would need knowledge of those
times, you would need some idea of the many players
who stood to gain at his expense. We are talking about
Money, millions and millions of dollars, and influence
for which there is no price. Michael was a magnet for
these piranhas.
What you won't hear in our lazy tabloid summaries is
that at the time Michael Jackson argued for his day
in a Criminal court. Strangely that singular detail,
like so much of history is lost or buried with the
summary. Michael Jackson wanted to face his accusers,
ahead of any civil case, in a Criminal court where the
standards for truth and justice is as high as it can
be.
What you won't hear in our lazy tabloid summaries, is
how the father of the boy plotted a path to the Civil
courts, you won't hear how despite counter charges of
extortion by Michael, next to no effort was taken to
explore that obvious possibility.
You won't hear of the controversial drug used by this
father on his son, after the pretext of extracting his
tooth. A pretext which also entailed securing custody
of his son from his estranged wife.
Our tabloids won't mention how this father approached
Michael for a 'movie deal', and then concerned with
perjuring himself, did not go directly to the authorities
as any ordinary father would.
You won't hear of a premeditated plan discussed with his
lawyer which called for a third party to 'discover' the
boy's claims and then alert the authorities. Nor will you
hear of the near suicidal state of that boy was in whilst
in the sole custody of his father.
Details like this will not be known to the general public,
all the public has is that simple statement, Michael Jackson,
or should I say his insurance company, settled a Civil suite.
Background, background, background. You won't remember
the climate bordering on hysteria, as similar stories
routinely made their way to the fore of the press. You
won't hear of the many stories produced by the now
discredited practice of psychiatry called the 'recovered
memory syndrome'. You won't hear in the summary, of the
tabloid feeding frenzy, the ping pong between sources on
either side of the Atlantic, orchestrated by sources in
the Chandler camp. Then of course there was Court TV
with sources in the chandler camp, fuelling the tide of
opinion in that case. All this and more will be lost in
our simple headlines.
All you have for your false anger is that a Civil suite
was settled, at a time when justice on this issue, was
far from infallible.
There's an incredible story waiting to be told, if
anyone dares to look at what is actually known from
that period.
I won't mention the other stories going back to that
time, or the tape recording where Chandler says he paid
tens of thousands of dollars, money he didn't have, for
'evidence' he would use against Jackson.
As a clue See...
"Star surgeon 'mocked patients'"
A Hollywood plastic surgeon is alleged to have crudely
mocked celebrity patients - including Michael Jackson and
Elizabeth Taylor - while they were under anesthetic.
-------------------------------------------------------
If you don't make the effort to find truth, what finds
you will be some what short of the truth. The stuff
history is made of. Now cue the 'Fat Elvis' jokes made
by the happy buffoons without a clue why they hold the
ideas they do. Laughing as they've have been primed to,
showing no real concern, just this desire to share the
same group think.
Its so much more natural to go with the flow, to believe
what the group believes, to accept without thought, without
question.
Bottom line, no one owes you the truth about anything.
------------
"In a world filled with hate, we must still dare to hope.
In a world filled with anger, we must still dare to comfort.
In a world filled with despair, we must still dare to dream.
And in a world filled with distrust, we must still dare to believe."
Michael Jackson
1958-2009
Michael 'Nobody' Jackson was hyped and no substance.
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Never Satan President Republic!
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AlanSailsbury
2009-06-27 14:07:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by FishFood
If you don't make the effort to find truth, what finds
you will be some what short of the truth. The stuff
history is made of.
And you know all this about Jackson because....?
FishFood
2009-12-27 22:21:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by AlanSailsbury
Post by FishFood
If you don't make the effort to find truth, what finds
you will be some what short of the truth. The stuff
history is made of.
And you know all this about Jackson because....?
How do i know all this?

Well for one, i have sought the truth. I have not
sat back and expected the truth to find me. I haven't
relied on the tidy summaries which purport to be
all one needs to know.

I have followed this story, I have questioned the
contradictions, i have sought answers for the odd
convergences which others would call chance or fate.

The truth is out there, as one would expect. There
is always more to the truth than meets the eye.

In Michael Jackson's case, as a public figure on
the world's stage with untold influence, there would
have been a perceived need to curtail his naive
influence. Beyond chance and fate, there is also
design. Public and vocal, from the 'wrong side of
the tracks', touring the world's capitals with an
international eye and a predisposition for concern.

To answer your questions, I've seen the official
documents which shows the timing of events in that
first case, documents which clearly shows the element
of premeditation i mentioned in the earlier post. I've
seen the drawing made by Jordan at the time he was in
his father's custody. Depicting him jumping from an
high building with the words "don't let this happen",
as well as the letter the father wrote to his lawyers
about this. I've noted how odd it was for a father to
ask for a '20 million dollar movie deal' from Jackson
when most parents first concern would be justice.

I've followed all the other tangential stories, such
as "Star surgeon 'mocked patients'" [goggle this for
relevance], I didn't just read the report in the press,
I've seen the court documents made by those who made
this allegation against the doctor, based on an incident
from 93'.

Then there is the transcript of a conversation made by
Evan Chandler on the eve of the allegations. I've
seen its mention of other figures, who do this day
remain unknown, the third parties or 'experts' who
introduced Chandler to the idea of profiting from MJ's
relationship with his son. Even the way Michael first
came to meet the Chandlers seemed some how contrived.
Again you would need to have followed this case in
detail to know why it was odd. More than chance or fate.

Then there's experience. A natural understanding of
time/ing. An appreciation for the substance of culture,
when its not simply looking to entertain. All this has
informed my opinion.

Of course if you want to remain on the surface with
the official tabloidised version of history, you are
perfectly at liberty [how the phrase mocks its use ]
to do so. On the surface of the illusion, adapting to
not perceive truth... dumbed down and loving it.


If you are really interested, my posts over the last
couple of weeks on this subject should still be there
for you to find.
Ignis Fatuus
2009-06-27 22:24:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by FishFood
If you are really interested, my posts over the last
couple of weeks on this subject should still be there
for you to find.
I've never 'believed' any of the hype surrounding Jackson - including
the notion that he was a musician. His fortune seemed to me to be out
of all proportion to his talent, and his lifestyle invited ridicule
and contempt, but in the end I think he was more to be pitied than
despised.

I detest the process of trial by media, and I don't think his
'musical' legacy will survive.
FishFood
2009-12-28 00:56:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Ignis Fatuus
Post by FishFood
If you are really interested, my posts over the last
couple of weeks on this subject should still be there
for you to find.
I've never 'believed' any of the hype surrounding Jackson - including
the notion that he was a musician. His fortune seemed to me to be out
of all proportion to his talent, and his lifestyle invited ridicule
and contempt, but in the end I think he was more to be pitied than
despised.
I detest the process of trial by media, and I don't think his
'musical' legacy will survive.
Any Musical legacy is as much about the use which might
still be made from a body of work, as any artistic merit
it contains.

Certainly we, the ordinary joe, don't control the culture
we are exposed to. In my opinion the dominant ideas
of culture are first selections, ideas which serves a
function.

Is there, in Michael's work, this element of function?
I would say yes. It all depends on how one reads culture
and the ideas which will still find their use.

But then one looks to the previous greats and the place
they occupied, for example Chuck Berry's "Go Johnny Go"
appealing to the saint in the devil, a moot point lost
on subsequent generation. That song/artist would have
courted this idea of function. How many now remember
this seminal figure from that period.

There is a story to be told through the lives and times
of Jackson, as there would be for most artists who
reflected their times, but whether we are ready, or
willing to preserve that sense remains a question for
the future. First though we need to separate truth
from /friction.

If nothing else the joy and vitality of his best works
deserves a place in our collective unconscious. I don't
think anyone is going to forget Mr Jackson any time soon.
Ignis Fatuus
2009-06-28 04:58:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by FishFood
Post by Ignis Fatuus
Post by FishFood
If you are really interested, my posts over the last
couple of weeks on this subject should still be there
for you to find.
I've never 'believed' any of the hype surrounding Jackson - including
the notion that he was a musician. His fortune seemed to me to be out
of all proportion to his talent, and his lifestyle invited ridicule
and contempt, but in the end I think he was more to be pitied than
despised.
I detest the process of trial by media, and I don't think his
'musical' legacy will survive.
Any Musical legacy is as much about the use which might
still be made from a body of work, as any artistic merit
it contains.
Certainly we, the ordinary joe, don't control the culture
we are exposed to. In my opinion the dominant ideas
of culture are first selections, ideas which serves a
function.
Is there, in Michael's work, this element of function?
I would say yes. It all depends on how one reads culture
and the ideas which will still find their use.
But then one looks to the previous greats and the place
they occupied, for example Chuck Berry's "Go Johnny Go"
appealing to the saint in the devil, a moot point lost
on subsequent generation. That song/artist would have
courted this idea of function. How many now remember
this seminal figure from that period.
There is a story to be told through the lives and times
of Jackson, as there would be for most artists who
reflected their times, but whether we are ready, or
willing to preserve that sense remains a question for
the future. First though we need to separate truth
from /friction.
If nothing else the joy and vitality of his best works
deserves a place in our collective unconscious. I don't
think anyone is going to forget Mr Jackson any time soon.
If you say so. I just can't imagine his music being remembered in
fifty years time. It all seems instantly forgettable.
Will Tingle
2009-06-28 08:22:37 UTC
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Post by Ignis Fatuus
If you say so. I just can't imagine his music being remembered in
fifty years time. It all seems instantly forgettable.
You forget that some of his music is already 45 years old
and well remembered...
--
Will Tingle
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Questions For Agamemnon:
(most up to date answers will be added as they are given)

1. How old are you?
2. What do you do for a living?
3. Have you ever Had sex with a human?
"none of your business"
4. Where did you get your Physics Degree?
5. Is it racist to call a Japanese lady "JapBird" ?
"No it is not"
6. Do you, consider the word "Pakki" to be acceptable?
7. Is it racist to call a Greek man "Greek"?
8. Is a pigeon the same as a metaphor or isn't it?
"You are a fool!"
9. Please provide an example of Will Tingle's alleged racism.
10. Provide an example of ONE reputable historian who denies the existence of
oral tradition.
marc_CH
2009-06-28 03:57:59 UTC
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Post by Ignis Fatuus
I detest the process of trial by media, and I don't think his
'musical' legacy will survive.
I'm no fan either, but his legacy will undoubtedly survive because there
are 750 million pieces of plastic in circulation containing his music.
--
marc

"Wrong. The anus was made to shit, not to fuck. Now if someone decided
to fuck their guitar instead of using it to play music, that would be
immoral." -- Aggy
Ignis Fatuus
2009-06-28 04:56:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by marc_CH
Post by Ignis Fatuus
I detest the process of trial by media, and I don't think his
'musical' legacy will survive.
I'm no fan either, but his legacy will undoubtedly survive because there
are 750 million pieces of plastic in circulation containing his music.
The disc is dead.

The trouble with Jackson is that I recognise his faces, but I can't
recall one of his tunes.
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:32:25 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:59:05 +0100, while chained to a desk
$I'm afraid he was nothing more than a child molesting freak who didn't live
$in the same world as the rest of us and escaped prosecution only because of
$the huge sums of money he was able to utilise for his legal defence. No
$different to Gary Glitter except richer.
$Granted he had musical talent but that doesn't excuse his other behaviour
$which his "fans" seem to conveniently ignore. The good news is no more
$children will be abused by this nutter.
I don't think all of his fans ignored it.

I understand that, after the first time he was in court on
child molestation charges, his record sales took a hit.

Not a big enough hit to sink him, but according to something
I read in the Globe and Mail today, the loss of income left
him living beyond his means and he never really did bring
his expneses under control.

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
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p***@aol.com
2009-06-26 13:13:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of  the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
That's a pretty stupid thing to say. He was a star of the '80s and
people remember him well enough now to make a fuss that he's dead.
That's what comes from being 'fortunate' enough to hit the big time in
the era of celebrities.
Post by Matthew Kruk
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
True, there are many better, and certainly far more influential,
musicians still living whose deaths undoubtedly won't receive the same
front page coverage as Michael Jackson's, from Fats Domino and BB King
to Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. But musical merit has no bearing
on how long an artist will remain in the popular consciousness, and to
imagine otherwise is to fundamentally misunderstand pop culture. I've
had no reason to think of Michael Jackson for the best part of 20
years, and not much before, but I still know who he is.

Yes, his stuff was disposable schlock and certainly it would be an
exaggeration to call anything he did a "masterpiece", but it fit the
tone of the decade and as mainstream pop of the time went, its
popularity was probably deserved - it wasn't bad by that admittedly
low standard.

Phil
Bazza
2009-06-26 16:45:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
That's a pretty stupid thing to say. He was a star of the '80s and
people remember him well enough now to make a fuss that he's dead.
That's what comes from being 'fortunate' enough to hit the big time in
the era of celebrities.
Post by Matthew Kruk
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
True, there are many better, and certainly far more influential,
musicians still living whose deaths undoubtedly won't receive the same
front page coverage as Michael Jackson's, from Fats Domino and BB King
to Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. But musical merit has no bearing
on how long an artist will remain in the popular consciousness, and to
imagine otherwise is to fundamentally misunderstand pop culture. I've
had no reason to think of Michael Jackson for the best part of 20
years, and not much before, but I still know who he is.

Yes, his stuff was disposable schlock and certainly it would be an
exaggeration to call anything he did a "masterpiece", but it fit the
tone of the decade and as mainstream pop of the time went, its
popularity was probably deserved - it wasn't bad by that admittedly
low standard.

Phil

It's also a well known fact Jackson was a key member of the Illuminati.
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:45:37 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 06:13:03 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
[snip]
$> Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
$
$That's a pretty stupid thing to say. He was a star of the '80s and
$people remember him well enough now to make a fuss that he's dead.
$That's what comes from being 'fortunate' enough to hit the big time in
$the era of celebrities.
Good point.

Elvis has been dead for 30 years now, and people still talk
about Elvis. Even claim to see him at supermarkets, bowling
alleys, strip clubs and beaches.
$> Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
$> substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
$
$True, there are many better, and certainly far more influential,
$musicians still living whose deaths undoubtedly won't receive the same
$front page coverage as Michael Jackson's, from Fats Domino and BB King
$to Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. But musical merit has no bearing
$on how long an artist will remain in the popular consciousness, and to
$imagine otherwise is to fundamentally misunderstand pop culture. I've
$had no reason to think of Michael Jackson for the best part of 20
$years, and not much before, but I still know who he is.
If absolutely nothing else, Michael Jackson had some pretty
good marketing on his side. And his music was popular.
$Yes, his stuff was disposable schlock and certainly it would be an
$exaggeration to call anything he did a "masterpiece", but it fit the
$tone of the decade and as mainstream pop of the time went, its
$popularity was probably deserved - it wasn't bad by that admittedly
$low standard.
If people are still listening to it in 50 years time, then
it is reasonable to conclude it has artistic merit. If it
is disposable schlock, in 50 years he will go from being
"Michael Jackson" to being "Machael Who?"

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:46:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by Matthew Kruk
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
The real value of his music won't be known for a couple of hundred
years.

If they are still playing Jackson songs two hundred years from now the
way we play Beethoven's music today, then his music is great. If not,
you are 100% correct.
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:46:14 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:46:10 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$
$> > This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
$> > my life.
$>
$> Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
$>
$> Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
$> substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
$
$The real value of his music won't be known for a couple of hundred
$years.
$
$If they are still playing Jackson songs two hundred years from now the
$way we play Beethoven's music today, then his music is great. If not,
$you are 100% correct.
Agreed.

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:04:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:46:10 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$
$> > This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
$> > my life.
$>
$> Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
$>
$> Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones.  There is no
$> substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
$
$The real value of his music won't be known for a couple of hundred
$years.
$
$If they are still playing Jackson songs two hundred years from now the
$way we play Beethoven's music today, then his music is great. If not,
$you are 100% correct.
Agreed.
Pmly 2 hits "Beat it" and "MAn in the Mirror"
were good. The rest was hyped trash!!
--
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Ici ***@nl2k.ab.ca God, Queen and country! Beware Anti-Christ rising!
Never Satan President Republic!
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:29:39 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 03:38:24 -0600, while chained to a desk
$>> Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
$>> attack.
$>>
$>> TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
$>>
$>> More to come.
$>
$> The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
$> that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
$>
$> This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
$> my life.
$>
$> And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
$> of his success and envious of his millions.
$>
$> I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
$> dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
$
$Wait 10 years, you won't even remmeber who he was.
I don't know about that.
$Most of his stuff was schlock orchestraed by Quincy Jones. There is no
$substance ... okay, maybe a bit.
As I've said elsewhere I never was a big fan of Jackson's
music.

That said, he producd stuff a lot of people liked to listen
to. And that made him a *fortune*. (All that debt he got
himself into is another matter entirely.)
$A lot of his sucess was abused by others around him - they didn't give a
$shit about him except what they can make off of it.
No argument there. For the record companies, he was a
wonderful cash cow.
$He even pissed of Paul McCartney when he bought the Lennon/McCartney
$catalog - this was a business grab and forget artistic stuff.
And probably quite a shrewd one at that.
$Jackson was okay. It was everyone around him that were scum of the earth.
Well, I'd agree except for the couple of times he got
dragged into court on pedophilia charges.
$My $.25.
My $0.26. :)

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
AlanSailsbury
2009-06-26 11:46:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
dead ....
That's a given.
p***@aol.com
2009-06-26 13:17:24 UTC
Permalink
Post by AlanSailsbury
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."

Phil
Stephen Wilson
2009-06-26 17:01:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by p***@aol.com
Post by AlanSailsbury
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
Yeah, but the people of Britain and America love to have someone they never
knew to grieve over. A public outpouring of grief. Happens every now and
then. People who wouldn't normally grieve for their own friends and
relatives, but suddenly find emotions for people they hadn't even thought
about until the headlines tell them what they should be doing. Princess
Diana. Jade Goody. And now Michael Jackson. The over-reaction is
spectacular, but not particularly unexpected.

Gives the media something to whip the population into a frenzy over. Also
deflects attention from news that governments and BBC executives will be
happy to see buried...
Will Tingle
2009-06-26 17:09:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by Stephen Wilson
Post by p***@aol.com
Post by AlanSailsbury
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
Yeah, but the people of Britain and America love to have someone they never
knew to grieve over. A public outpouring of grief. Happens every now and
then. People who wouldn't normally grieve for their own friends and
relatives, but suddenly find emotions for people they hadn't even thought
about until the headlines tell them what they should be doing. Princess
Diana. Jade Goody. And now Michael Jackson. The over-reaction is
spectacular, but not particularly unexpected.
Gives the media something to whip the population into a frenzy over. Also
deflects attention from news that governments and BBC executives will be
happy to see buried...
my sentiment whenever I'm expected to watch televised funeral and weep
over famous peoples passing is always "So? hundreds of people I don't
know died yesterday - why should I care about one in particular?" - that
almost got me lynched at word when Lady Died Di....
(yes, that was deliberate)
--
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Questions For Agamemnon:
(most up to date answers will be added as they are given)

1. How old are you?
2. What do you do for a living?
3. Have you ever Had sex with a human?
"none of your business"
4. Where did you get your Physics Degree?
5. Is it racist to call a Japanese lady "JapBird" ?
"No it is not"
6. Do you, consider the word "Pakki" to be acceptable?
7. Is it racist to call a Greek man "Greek"?
8. Is a pigeon the same as a metaphor or isn't it?
"You are a fool!"
9. Please provide an example of Will Tingle's alleged racism.
10. Provide an example of ONE reputable historian who denies the existence of
oral tradition.
p***@aol.com
2009-06-26 17:21:55 UTC
Permalink
On 26 June, 18:01, "Stephen Wilson"
Post by Stephen Wilson
Post by p***@aol.com
Post by AlanSailsbury
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
Yeah, but the people of Britain and America love to have someone they never
knew to grieve over. A public outpouring of grief. Happens every now and
then. People who wouldn't normally grieve for their own friends and
relatives, but suddenly find emotions for people they hadn't even thought
about until the headlines tell them what they should be doing. Princess
Diana. Jade Goody. And now Michael Jackson. The over-reaction is
spectacular, but not particularly unexpected.
Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
being a vacuous bimbo who died.

Phil
Bazza
2009-06-26 17:51:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by p***@aol.com
On 26 June, 18:01, "Stephen Wilson"
Post by Stephen Wilson
Post by p***@aol.com
Post by AlanSailsbury
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
Yeah, but the people of Britain and America love to have someone they never
knew to grieve over. A public outpouring of grief. Happens every now and
then. People who wouldn't normally grieve for their own friends and
relatives, but suddenly find emotions for people they hadn't even thought
about until the headlines tell them what they should be doing. Princess
Diana. Jade Goody. And now Michael Jackson. The over-reaction is
spectacular, but not particularly unexpected.
Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
being a vacuous bimbo who died.
Phil
That's a bit cruel...even dead Farah would still get it !
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:15:24 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bazza
Post by p***@aol.com
On 26 June, 18:01, "Stephen Wilson"
Post by Stephen Wilson
Post by p***@aol.com
Post by AlanSailsbury
I'm indifferent to the news.
I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
Yeah, but the people of Britain and America love to have someone they never
knew to grieve over. A public outpouring of grief. Happens every now and
then. People who wouldn't normally grieve for their own friends and
relatives, but suddenly find emotions for people they hadn't even thought
about until the headlines tell them what they should be doing. Princess
Diana. Jade Goody. And now Michael Jackson. The over-reaction is
spectacular, but not particularly unexpected.
Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
being a vacuous bimbo who died.
Phil
That's a bit cruel...even dead Farah would still get it !
How do we put of the flames?
--
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Never Satan President Republic!
Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength. -Eric Hoffer
John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:56:18 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 18:51:41 +0100, while chained to a desk
$That's a bit cruel...even dead Farah would still get it !
I think Farrah Fawcett's death has really been overshadowed
by Michael Jackson's.

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on that farm he had a genome E-I-E-I-O
With a SNP SNP here and a SNP SNP there,
Here a SNP, there a SNP, everywhere a SNP SNP
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:06:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 18:51:41 +0100, while chained to a desk
$That's a bit cruel...even dead Farah would still get it !
I think Farrah Fawcett's death has really been overshadowed
by Michael Jackson's.
Unfortuously.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:55:14 UTC
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On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:21:55 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium "***@aol.com" <***@aol.com>
wrote:

[snip]
$Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
$mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
$being a vacuous bimbo who died.
I'm sure, back in the 70s, many a male like Sharx spent many
a happy hour masturbating to a picture of Farrah Fawcett in
a red swimsuit.

Anyway, I wouldn't call her a complete bimbo. After all,
she was smart enough to realize that her good looks were
worth more than the producers of "Charlie's Angels" were
willing to pay.

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p***@aol.com
2009-06-27 07:49:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:21:55 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
[snip]
$Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
$mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
$being a vacuous bimbo who died.
I'm sure, back in the 70s, many a male like Sharx spent many
a happy hour masturbating to a picture of Farrah Fawcett in
a red swimsuit.
Anyway, I wouldn't call her a complete bimbo.  After all,
she was smart enough to realize that her good looks were
worth more than the producers of "Charlie's Angels" were
willing to pay.
I wasn't referring to Fawcett, but to the comment mentioning Jackson
alongside Diana and Jade Goody, who *were* vacuous bimbos who died.

Phil
John Fleming
2009-06-27 14:06:07 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 00:49:10 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:21:55 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$>
$> [snip]
$>
$> > $Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
$> > $mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
$> > $being a vacuous bimbo who died.
$>
$> I'm sure, back in the 70s, many a male like Sharx spent many
$> a happy hour masturbating to a picture of Farrah Fawcett in
$> a red swimsuit.
$>
$> Anyway, I wouldn't call her a complete bimbo.  After all,
$> she was smart enough to realize that her good looks were
$> worth more than the producers of "Charlie's Angels" were
$> willing to pay.
$
$I wasn't referring to Fawcett, but to the comment mentioning Jackson
$alongside Diana and Jade Goody, who *were* vacuous bimbos who died.
Mea culpa.

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The Doctor
2009-06-27 13:05:57 UTC
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Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:21:55 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
[snip]
$Shame to put Jackson in that company. Musically he may have been
$mediocre, but he did at least *do* somerthing other than be famous for
$being a vacuous bimbo who died.
I'm sure, back in the 70s, many a male like Sharx spent many
a happy hour masturbating to a picture of Farrah Fawcett in
a red swimsuit.
Anyway, I wouldn't call her a complete bimbo. After all,
she was smart enough to realize that her good looks were
worth more than the producers of "Charlie's Angels" were
willing to pay.
Bright business lady FF.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:50:16 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 06:17:24 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
$I was amused that Yahoo's headline blurb (didn't have any reason to
$read the article) described it as "sending shockwaves around the
$world". My reaction could be summed up in one word: "Oh."
It certainly would have shocked Michael Jackson's fans.

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Soze
2009-06-26 16:27:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s barely
crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned up at
Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent crowds
wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a head
turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly famous
person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal level it
doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with a dubious
private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message jokes by 9
`O clock this morning!
Bazza
2009-06-26 16:39:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by Soze
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s
barely crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned
up at Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent
crowds wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a
head turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly
famous person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal
level it doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with
a dubious private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message
jokes by 9 `O clock this morning!
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??

One played with "Majors" and the other played with "Minors"!

BOOM! BOOM!
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:10:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bazza
Post by Soze
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s
barely crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned
up at Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent
crowds wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a
head turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly
famous person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal
level it doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with
a dubious private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message
jokes by 9 `O clock this morning!
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
One played with "Majors" and the other played with "Minors"!
BOOM! BOOM!
TOuche. LOL!!
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Bazza
2009-06-26 16:40:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Soze
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s
barely crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned
up at Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent
crowds wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a
head turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly
famous person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal
level it doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with
a dubious private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message
jokes by 9 `O clock this morning!
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??

One played with "Majors" and the other played with "Minors"!

BOOM! BOOM!
Will Tingle
2009-06-26 17:05:47 UTC
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In message <oS61m.7$***@newsfe14.ams2>, Bazza <***@fsnet.co.uk>
writes
Post by Bazza
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
about 11 hours.
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The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:14:32 UTC
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Post by Will Tingle
writes
Post by Bazza
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
about 11 hours.
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MAybe.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:59:28 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 18:05:47 +0100, while chained to a desk
in the scriptorium Will Tingle
$writes
$>What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
$
$about 11 hours.
Good one.

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Nod
2009-06-26 18:39:36 UTC
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Apparently he's not really dead.
He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
Loaf of Bread
2009-06-26 18:42:57 UTC
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Post by Nod
Apparently he's not really dead.
He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
<GROAN!!>

That said, any day now people will start claiming they saw him at a
shopping mall. Jackson will be just like Elvis that way.
The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:16:06 UTC
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Post by Nod
Apparently he's not really dead.
He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
SICK!!
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 03:01:08 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 19:39:36 +0100, while chained to a desk
$Apparently he's not really dead.
$He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
LOL

Nornally I'd say this was sick, but given the number of
times Jackson was hauled into court on child molestation
charges, it fits.

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marc_CH
2009-06-27 09:15:19 UTC
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Post by John Fleming
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 19:39:36 +0100, while chained to a desk
$Apparently he's not really dead.
$He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
LOL
Nornally I'd say this was sick, but given the number of
times Jackson was hauled into court on child molestation
charges, it fits.
"On the corner of Hollywood and Vine sits a star along the "Hollywood
Walk of Fame," with loads of flowers, candles and pictures, surrounded
by fans of Michael Jackson. (Pictured in almost every newspaper this
morning). The star they have been surrounding all day is marked with the
name, Michael Jackson.

But the star does not belong to The King of Pop, it belongs to British
born radio host Michael Jackson, who has been an L.A. radio personality
for over 30 years. Seems the other Michael Jackson's star has been
covered since early Thursday morning. Covered by a red carpet. A red
carpet leading to The Chinese Theatre Hollywood premiere of Bruno."
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immoral." -- Aggy
John Fleming
2009-06-27 14:07:18 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 10:15:19 +0100, while chained to a desk
$
$> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 19:39:36 +0100, while chained to a desk
$>
$>> $Apparently he's not really dead.
$>> $He's in the children's ward having a stroke.
$>
$> LOL
$>
$> Nornally I'd say this was sick, but given the number of
$> times Jackson was hauled into court on child molestation
$> charges, it fits.
$
$"On the corner of Hollywood and Vine sits a star along the "Hollywood
$Walk of Fame," with loads of flowers, candles and pictures, surrounded
$by fans of Michael Jackson. (Pictured in almost every newspaper this
$morning). The star they have been surrounding all day is marked with the
$name, Michael Jackson.
$
$But the star does not belong to The King of Pop, it belongs to British
$born radio host Michael Jackson, who has been an L.A. radio personality
$for over 30 years. Seems the other Michael Jackson's star has been
$covered since early Thursday morning. Covered by a red carpet. A red
$carpet leading to The Chinese Theatre Hollywood premiere of Bruno."
LOL

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The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:10:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bazza
Post by Soze
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s
barely crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned
up at Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent
crowds wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a
head turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly
famous person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal
level it doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with
a dubious private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message
jokes by 9 `O clock this morning!
What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
One played with "Majors" and the other played with "Minors"!
BOOM! BOOM!
Quotefile!!!
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:59:55 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:40:21 +0100, while chained to a desk
$What's the difference between Farra Fawcett and Michael Jackson??
$
$One played with "Majors" and the other played with "Minors"!
$
$BOOM! BOOM!
<Groan>

--

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Edmonton, Canada

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The Doctor
2009-06-26 23:08:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by Soze
Post by <p>sychotic <c>hicken
Post by Loaf of Bread
Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
attack.
TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
More to come.
The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
my life.
And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
of his success and envious of his millions.
I'm indifferent to the news. Don't have any of his music. Thought he
was over-rated. Never met him. Don't care.
I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s barely
crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned up at
Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent crowds
wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a head
turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly famous
person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal level it
doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with a dubious
private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message jokes by 9
`O clock this morning!
On ly 2 songs are worth salt, Beat It and Man in the Mirror.
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:58:44 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 17:27:08 +0100, while chained to a desk
$I`ve never owned any of his albums, nor had any inclination to. He`s barely
$crossed my mind for the last 20 years apart from the time he turned up at
$Exeter City Football Club with Uri Geller and when he recently sent crowds
$wild by announcing new gigs. That said, his death was definately a head
$turning moment ( so to speak ) due to him being such an incredibly famous
$person. As Phil says, it`s Lady Di all over again. On a personal level it
$doesn`t affect me at all, he was nothing more than an oddity with a dubious
$private life, but it is major news. I`d had about 6 text message jokes by 9
$`O clock this morning!
Except he wasn't killed in a car accident while being chased
by a mob of paparazzi.

Anyway, I wouldn't be surprised if we don't see a bit of the
Elvis phenomena over the next 50 years with people, not
believing him dead, reporting sightings at places like
shopping malls.

--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
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John Fleming
2009-06-27 02:26:02 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 01:53:27 -0700 (PDT), while chained to a
desk in the scriptorium "<p>sychotic <c>hicken"
$> Globe and Mail says he was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart
$> attack.
$>
$> TMZ says he is now dead and gone.
$>
$> More to come.
$
$The amount of unadalterated GLEE that a human being has passed away
$that is being posted to the Internet I find absolutely sickening.
While I agree it is sickening, Jackson really made his onw
bed and now he has to sleep in it.

Let's face it, he got dragged into court, not once, but
twice, on pedophilia charges. And all that surgery didn't
do anything to help his image either.
$This guy actually produced some masterpiece songs that I know improved
$my life.
I was never a big fan of Jackson's music. That said, a lot
of people liked it and bought enough recordings to made him
one of the top selling pop artists of the 20th century.
$And there is almost a party atmosphere amongst all the people jealous
$of his success and envious of his millions.
$
$I only hope you cocksuckers throw an even bigger party when I'm
$dead .... 'cos I know I'll be well shot of the lot of you.
--

John Fleming
Edmonton, Canada

Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
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