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Michael Jackson has heart attack / stopped breathing / CPR administered

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posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:42 AM
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When he died I heard about it via cell phone. I was so shocked I threw my water bottle down on the ground at the fair and started screaming. I was close to tears. I don't really care about what people had to say about him, he wrote great music.




posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:50 AM
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You know something bothered me when I watched him at the O2 arena. He looked different more thick set deeper voice I actually was questioning if it was him or not. If it was him maybe he was on some sort of steroids male hormones or such like that would make his voice that much deeper. And of course those things aren’t good for your heart. Of course that is just wild speculation. And I like everyone else is shocked and saddened by his death. I loved his music. Watch the video below and see what you think.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:52 AM
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Am I the only one who finds it disturbing that people are making such a huge deal out of this? I simply do not get it at all.

I'm not happy that he died or anything, and I really don't have much of an opinion on him in general. But to me the big deal people are making out of it is just like wow to me.

Is it really that big of a deal or impact on your life? really? If so, I have to question where peoples priorities are, and what you consider to be important.

I seriously do not get it.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:53 AM
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What the hell does this have to do with conspiracies or anything else normally posted here?

I'm sorry someone has passed. People do it every day.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:54 AM
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this is really sort of insane to me

it was a busy day, then i came to my computer, and read that headline

but it was "unconfirmed' and only "confirmed" by a anonymous source

i figured it being UCLA that if something like this were true, UCLA officials would come out and make a statement or something along those lines

so i just kept thinking it was some crazy hoax, or publicity stunt


i just couldnt believe of all people, Michael Jackson was dead, of some type of heart attack or something.


as members of the lower economic rungs i know myself and others look to a select few celebrities and athletes, and we like to think of them as almost invincible

we put them up on a pedestal to give us hope, if theyre invincible, maybe we do have a chance

but hearing and seeing such a giant star can pass so easy

it just gives a scary vulnerable feeling to life

its one thing to see people die in your everyday life

but to see someone with the world at their fingertips just vanish so easily is tough to swallow


we all flock to money, as a culture we create money to be the most important thing

this shows that is not

so often you hear money cant buy everything, you think its just the rich people saying that so we can stay in the dark

but this proves no matter how much money or power you have, you can still vanish, sometimes even faster then money can


knowing life is so vulnerable, so fragile, makes me even angrier when i see these absolutely ignorant governments forcing people around the world to kill each other

we have countries like iran and north korea making all these threats, we have the U.S. killing and hurting their own civilians over stupid absolutely b.s. terrorism laws

theres people starving, yet there are places where food goes bad from sitting too long, or just thrown out, or not transported, all because of politics (something that is nothing more then a word)



all i can wonder is when is humanity going to grow up, mature, and see the big picture

that we are all humans, and if we just worked together and ended the extremist bulls*** we could all live the hollywood happy ending


the only reasons any of us on this planet suffer is due to our own faults not necessarily personal ones, but ones we create collectively and have throughout our history


but hearing Hugo Chavez even comment on how horrible Jacksons passing is, at least gives me some hope that someday these governments can put the crap aside and allow all of the worlds civilians to live in peace, equal, and free


r.i.p. MJ

[edit on 26-6-2009 by Dramey]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 01:57 AM
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Originally posted by badmedia
Am I the only one who finds it disturbing that people are making such a huge deal out of this? I simply do not get it at all.

I'm not happy that he died or anything, and I really don't have much of an opinion on him in general. But to me the big deal people are making out of it is just like wow to me.

Is it really that big of a deal or impact on your life? really? If so, I have to question where peoples priorities are, and what you consider to be important.

I seriously do not get it.




im not just replying to you, but as a general reply to many others who share your opinion


he shaped what music is today

like it or not music influences a great deal of the world

proof of that is as simple as the economics in music, theres a great deal of money in that area

you ask why make a big deal about him?

same reason people still talk about elvis, biggie, pac, the beatles, etc

only thing is MJ was bigger then any of em


maybe a better question is why do we spend so much time and shine so much spotlight on so many other stupid ass things that have a hell of a lot less impact than this man has had



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:03 AM
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and to those wondering where the conspiracy is


well not to go starting any rumors


but he died unexpectedly

amidst a time period that is intriguing as so much as been happening with him lately

theres quite a few powerful people who arent happy with MJ at the moment

not too long ago i think he was being sued by some filthy rich Saudis

he took his whole magazine worth of belongings down from being sold which pissed off the company handling that for him


how do we know he wasnt killed?

we dont, we're still waiting on the autopsy, and even then there will still be conspiracies that pop up

IM SURE of that


just like elvis

20 years from now there will still be people saying they saw MJ

probably still be people going to neverland, etc, etc


personally i thought when princess diana died they were blowing it out of proportion but now that im older i understand it more

its the same situation here



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:03 AM
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May the Great Spirit Assist & Enlighten Michael Jackson in his passing from this world to the next.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:07 AM
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one last thing to say


when concerts, films and stuff like his tour are getting ready to happen


im pretty sure the people involved have to have insurance for the events to cover costs if he doesnt show up or anything like that


50 gigs overseas, and more added recently i believe


maybe we should look into who might benefit from that insurance policy if there is one



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:15 AM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.


Can't say I was a big fan of his music, or the man himself.

Those who were his fans at least have his music and the memory of a gifted entertainer to remember him by.

That having been said, some kids lost their parent, a family lost a brother and a son, and thats the real tradgedy here.

And so many more people will have that happen to them today as well.

So as suprising as this is, life goes on for those of us who are fortunate enough not to be in that position.


As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:21 AM
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in memoriam

he loved ET

rest in peace, michael

[edit on 26-6-2009 by reject]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:21 AM
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For those who want to bad mouth Michael?
It looks pretty suspicious to me you’re jealous.

You’re jealous because Michael brought a LOT of JOY into the lives of millions and for whatever reasons you didn’t get any of it.

How many people do you know that bring you JOY?

Joy is a priceless precious thing, and if people make an icon out of someone who brings it? That’s a pretty natural in my opinion.

If someone brings joy to your life - regardless if you've *met* them or not - you know them on a personal basis - and to mourn is only natural and expected.

For those that don't agree, or wont and just want to be combative, just leave off will ya? Have a little personal dignity.

I mean does it really bring you joy to stamp through peoples grief?

How sick is that? You don’t feel it or you can’t feel it so try to kill it in someone else? Ya sociopaths...

It doesn’t matter what your opinion is of the guy, if someone else is feeling grief over his loss, they feel loss and grief.

You’ve no right to tell others what they think or feel. How the hell do you know? You don’t.

Hey, you may think it’s your right to tell others to *suck it up* and *move on* but ya know what?

It only makes YOU look like you didn’t get enough attention from Mommy - so go get a pacifier and leave others alone to grieve.



Rest In Peace Michael.









[edit on 26-6-2009 by silo13]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:22 AM
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Originally posted by badmedia
Am I the only one who finds it disturbing that people are making such a huge deal out of this? I simply do not get it at all.

I'm not happy that he died or anything, and I really don't have much of an opinion on him in general. But to me the big deal people are making out of it is just like wow to me.


If you accept that, unlike you, other people can form an opinion regarding Michael Jackson, then all that buzz wouldn't sound that strange to you.

He had lots of fans -- I'm not on the list -- so that's why his passing is a big news. He was on the way to become an icon, coz his stellar career was pretty much pinned to 1980's, but he was still admired by his fans afterwards. Hence the media excitement.

[edit on 6/26/2009 by stander]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:23 AM
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Well, yeah!


It’s always so heartrending to see somebody bringing so much greatness to the world and still be tainted by scandals. Becoming larger than life while remaining just a vulnerable mortal has its risks. The exposure also attracts the inevitable crucifiers
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MJ was more and would have been more than just music but this drab world had to decide otherwise. If he was the true ICON that he was known to be, what he accomplished within his ability will transcend his unfortunate life and surely the vehemence of the conniving rats who tried to ruin his life.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:24 AM
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I was, and have been a huge fan of his music since 1982's Thriller. This came as a complete shock to me, and obviously everyone. For those who say it's "just another death, move on" I feel sorry for you.

Was JFK just another death? Elvis? Princess Diana? A family member dying is just another death? You are obviously welcome to your opinion, but don't S on everyone else's mourning. Yes, there are doubts about the charges against him over the years. .yes, he was strange in his later years and yes, he apparently died a drug addict. . .but that doesn't take away from how this man shaped the very way millions of people looked at music the first time we heard it. His humanitarian efforts have gone unmatched too(although Bono is doing a great job as well).

So, to all of you "it's just another death, move on" posters. . give it a rest for at least a GD day.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:26 AM
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What the hell does this have to do with conspiracies or anything else normally posted here? I'm sorry someone has passed. People do it every day.


The conspiracies will come later...he died of an overdose:




Life & Style reports that Michael Jackson was taking a cocktail of up to seven prescription drugs in the months before his death.



www.contactmusic.com...

www.kansascity.com...

www.examiner.com...

[edit on 26-6-2009 by Oatmeal]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:31 AM
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one last thing i want to speculate on as this is a conspiracy website


isnt it a very weird coincidence that at a moment in time when korea and iran are supposedly these nuclear threats, and US may have a missile fired at it, and korea is threatening to destroy us

that 3 GIANT people who are absolutely iconic of everything american die


is this some giant plot to take attention away from whats happening nuclear wise?


interesting timing conspiracy or not



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:38 AM
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Conspiracy?
That´s life and sometimes it ends earlier than we think.

The King of Pop has left the building - forever.

R.I.P.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:55 AM
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it is sad news. as a music composer, singer., and a songwriter. it is a loss for me. it was difficult for anyone other than michael himself to understand his head. (obviously it was difficult for micheal to understand his own head, not to be negative) it is difficult for those who are not musicians as well. he did perhaps suffer too much what with becoming an internantional rockstar at like age five or whatever. rip, music creator.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 02:57 AM
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which 3 iconic people were they? and in what time frame?




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