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originally posted by: HerbertMountainDew
a reply to: Riffrafter
Damn shame what happened to that man. He was arguably the most musically talented man of the past century, but his legacy was corrupted by the hate of people and the negative nature of the collective consciousness.
originally posted by: 200Plus
She's 18 and got a taste of tabloid fame with the aborted attempt to cast a white man as MJ last month.
She must be attempting to get a show, book, or other attempt at fame.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
So all the arrows are that MJ said people were going to kill him one day?
Well god knows his diet, drug dependency, and lifestyle combined with an inattentive physician certainly couldn't have done it.
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
a reply to: odzeandennz
The best part of PsyOps is flipping the script. They perfected this craft (public propaganda) with Michael.
originally posted by: liveandlearn
a reply to: Riffrafter
Just my 2 cents.
I used to work post anesthesia recovery and was around when Propofol (Fentanyl) came out for anesthesia.
Often patients would come in not breathing or stop not long after arrival. We gave Narcan to reverse the effects at the ordered dose. The ordered dose (as per pharma's) direction would bring back the breathing and wake them up screaming in pain. Gradually the docs learned to give 1/2 to 1/4 the directions in order to reverse the breathing effects but maintain the pain relief and allow them to wake naturally.
Propofol is such a potent drug I can't even imagine a Dr would give it at home. And if so he should have been on a cardiac monitor and have his oxygen levels monitored. And for the Dr to leave him alone...well, you know what I think.
Also can't see anyone but an experienced Anesthesiologist to administer it is bad medicine. Course I don't know what kind of Doc he was.
One other point I would like to make, tho a bit off topic, There is a habit of Pharma and Docs to not look at a person's weight and not dose accordingly...as is common with children. A 100 lb adult gets the same dose as a 250 lb adult. This is a hugh mistake that is being made by pharmaceutical companies.