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originally posted by: Justso
I actually had the buyer for Prince's purple house in the 80's and was at the grand opening for Paisley Park. He was very polite and soft spoken. Saw him several times at First Avenue in the late 70's-he was amazing. The only performer who sounded better in person-amazing. He will be missed and deserves all the adoration he is receiving-uniquely gifted-I am sad.
originally posted by: Bspiracy
whatever you dumb donkey
Prince was revolutionary in so many ways.. he was for the people and against the sheeple...
as a possible member of this forum, I present he following
FACT1] CHEMTRAIL SIUPPORTER
2 - Aware of the social implication of his power regarding his music and asspirations.. so much so he threw money to the wind in a way that proves he is a champion of life after reviewing and discarding a possible flaw in his musical releases..
Black Album -- my fav yet here is his action briefly explained for not releasing .
Stop bitching about coverage of someone so influential it makes you feel small..