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posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:03 AM
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which 3 iconic people were they? and in what time frame?


Posted Earlier...

Ed McMahon...
Farrah Fawcett...
Michael Jackson...

All within 2 days...

RIP


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posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:05 AM
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Well if there is a funeral LA will be in pandamoniam that day.Previous posters mentioned crogenic presevation though which i could see him opting for.But if a funeral id bet it would be more chaotic than Elvis's.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:13 AM
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It wouldn't surprise me if it turned out that he commited suiciide.
He was massively in debt, he reached the big 50 (and having that Peter Pan syndrome must have made it tough), his concert dates for London kept being pushed back, I heard that he hadn't even seen anything about choreographies for his shows.....and last but not least, it seems that the guy was not really 100% there in the brain.
Plus he always seemed so frail.

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posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:17 AM
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This is sad so sad so really really sad im sad. Has webster made a statment yet?

[edit on 26-6-2009 by silverdemon71]



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:19 AM
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thanks , sorry i didn't see the earlier post, peace.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:22 AM
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this just crossed my mind. i just was reminded of something from this thread, my fellow ats members (and you lurkers) the trio of jim morrison, janis joplin, and jimi hendrix. a parallel if you will.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:36 AM
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It wouldn't surprise me if it turned out that he commited suiciide.


He O.D.'d on prescription drugs...



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:39 AM
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Indeed that's strange and cool . In fact I just posted on the ats that my favorite song in the world was chris cornell's version of billy jean. you can verify it by reading my posts. peace and love, ya'll.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 03:45 AM
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was that him or diana ross i couldnt really tell its not a good ending but i think theres some boy scouts accross america that might be indifferent to the news



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:05 AM
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A war cry sounds out across the earth
It is sung with one voice
We hear the voice
The voice is Michael

The world cry's for the loss of a Master Artisan
Humanity has been enriched by his presence
History will remember his name

Michael Jackson


CX

posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:16 AM
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Originally posted by Oatmeal
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It wouldn't surprise me if it turned out that he commited suiciide.


He O.D.'d on prescription drugs...


You know this how? Pretty good info considering they haven't even done the autopsy yet.


I can't understand all the debt talk. I've heard at least two news networks and MJ's past financial advisor say that he was worth about a billion dollars, but he was in half a billion dollars worth of debt.

Doesn't that leave him with roughly half a billion still?

I feel sorry for the guys family and all that, but i struggle to understand the extreme reactions from the fans.


Go onto any MJ forum and you see people virtualy unable to carry on with their lives because of this.

I understand how certain icons can have a marked effect on peoples lives, and they contribute a lot to society, but when people who don't even know the guy start throwing up with grief and saying they don't know if they can go on now.....i have to worry.

IMO, it will be like the Truman Show. In a couple of days time, most people will see there is lots more to life than just obsessing about one person. For the hardened fans, this may take a little longer....but life will go on.

CX.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:20 AM
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I got confirmation of his death when I was at work. It was hard to hold the tears back for 8 hours. As soon as I got in my front door I sobbed my heart out, still crying now. My condolence to his family, children, and to his millions of fans.
R.I.P Michael



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:28 AM
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Originally posted by silo13
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.


No, i just always remember the pulp lead singer calling him out.

He came about when music was false, and he had no one to even compete with.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:42 AM
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I love Pulp and Jarvis Cocker, regard Jacksons Music as a bit Meh generally but with one or two that I really liked, that is just a vagary of musical taste, we can't all be the same.

But comments like one or two I've seen above are just cheap and tacky. The poster who made it may have a point, but they have no class or dignity.

It is a tremendous shock that someone so iconic as Michael Jackson has just died, completely out of the blue like that and I can understand in an instant how his legions of fans are reeling.

How about a bit of human dignity guys. Can we summon that up to overcome our desire to be the first to put the boot in?

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posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:46 AM
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Originally posted by Dramey
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


Right, but his death doesn't really change all that. And it's not people that are just talking about him that I do not understand.

What I don't understand is all the people who overly emotional about it. I didn't understand it with Kurt Cobain either, and that happened when I was a teen and many of the other kids I knew were all bent out of shape. Nirvana is one of my favorite bands and has been for awhile. I thought it sucked when he died, but I didn't and still don't understand peoples emotional attachments to stuff.

To me, they are simply mourning their own loss, not the loss of that person. Like when Cobain died, I was at a loss of any future music, and that kind of sucked, but that was my loss and had nothing to do directly for his loss. As I didn't actually know him, his loss to me was no different than any other stranger dieing.

I also do not get people who faint and go all nuts over meeting someone famous either. I just couldn't imagine putting such importance on a person, and would imagine it to be a nightmare scenario if people did that me. I wouldn't feel "loved", I'd feel "used". How could they love me if they never knew me, all they loved was what I provided for them. If I hadn't provided that for them, then I would have been just like any other person.

I simply do not get it. Seems wrong to me.



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:47 AM
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god be with his kids my thoughts are with them its a sad day..
They have lost their father.
I hope Micheal is happy where he is now.

No matter what has been said about what he did

he did some funky tunes the thriller album will all ways bee the best seller.

RIP IN PEACE



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 04:52 AM
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but when people who don't even know the guy


You don’t have to *know* him.

He gave people, JOY...

How many people do you *know* that bring you joy?


In a couple of days time, most people will see there is lots more to life than just obsessing about one person. For the hardened fans, this may take a little longer....but life will go on.


Just like any other death of a loved one.

So let them grieve.

Don't’ let it “worry” you.

One day someone you care for, deeply, will die.

Then, you’ll understand...and not be...”worried” by seeing the reaction on others.

peace



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 05:10 AM
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R.I.P. Michael. a real legend who contributed so many great songs.

the messages of his songs are timeless



so true...



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 05:27 AM
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R.I.P. Michael and many thanks for touching the lives of many over two generations~blessings~



posted on Jun, 26 2009 @ 05:48 AM
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Very sad, i remember him when i was young in the 80's... listening to his albums and watching his movies.No doubt mentally he was not well,but there is no doubt in my mind he was not a paedophile...his view on children and how he interacted may not be socially acceptable for his age,but that doesnt mean he was a paedophile.Despite what we all think,he has already achieved legendary status and will live with the greats for decades to come.



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