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Old 2009-07-08, 07:33   Link #321
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Me & my boyfriend watched the entire funeral/memorial service unfold last night on TV together

It was really emotional & very moving in places to say least...I even cried myself
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Old 2009-07-08, 07:36   Link #322
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Regardless, I'll remember Michael as the white-suit clad superhero saving children, battling henchmen and zombies in the game Moonwalker. Go in peace, Mike, and take the moonwalk into the world beyond.
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Old 2009-07-08, 07:51   Link #323
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Regardless, I'll remember Michael as the white-suit clad superhero saving children, battling henchmen and zombies in the game Moonwalker. Go in peace, Mike, and take the moonwalk into the world beyond.
xD!!
I remember playing that on the Megadrive!!
Especially when the "death move" was him making them dance with him, then spinning and going 'pow!', in which they all collaspe and die xD
Completely forgot about the game back in the 90's, hee hee.
(Good ol retro days...)

And I really wanna see the memorial now...
(Though by the sounds of things, I'll need a tub of ice cream, tissues and my quilt to snuggle up with for the night)
*goes to haunt torrent sites in the meantime*
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Old 2009-07-08, 07:56   Link #324
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Don't forget that move takes up slightly more than half of Michael's health. So, during the charge up, be sure to run Michael into enemy ranks to send them flying before getting the remainder to dance til they drop.

Thinking back at it, it was a Fridge Brilliant moment: his dancing was indeed so intense that it took a lot out of him. As we enjoyed his moves on the stage, we didn't realise the strain he was under.
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Old 2009-07-08, 08:56   Link #325
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I never thought by watching the memorial service last night on TV that I would cry but I did

I've never really been a fan of his anyway in the first place, but it still got to me

Having his coffin up near the front of the stage like that whilst it was all going on *Sob*
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Old 2009-07-08, 11:30   Link #326
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For a little bit of humor thats kind of wrong but still funny here ya go

Hitler learns of MJ's death

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELyTBXzfQJ8
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Old 2009-07-08, 11:56   Link #327
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Another part of the memorial service I thought was a wonderful tribute was John Mayer performing Human Nature.

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Old 2009-07-08, 12:13   Link #328
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Miku doing the MJ dance LOL

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Old 2009-07-08, 12:21   Link #329
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Wow, thats pure genious.

Here is one of her doing Smooth Criminal.

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Old 2009-07-08, 16:53   Link #330
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Miku doing the MJ dance LOL

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Dunno who Hatsune is either, but that is so awesome.
Cookie for that, totally made my morning, thanks

For my two piece of random trivia...
Michael Jackson's patented "Smooth Criminal" leaning shoes

Thing is, later as i got older, I saw the 'behind the scenes' of the Smooth Criminal vid and was sure they mentioned use of mirrors for it. However for the live performance in the vid shown in the link, the dude seriously went all out for this effect xD
Ah the memories of trying this move as a child and ending up on the floor some
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Old 2009-07-08, 17:37   Link #331
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Wow.. I love those videos.

I really want to see Leon from Resident evil.. in his Pimp outfit doing that Smoothcriminal
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Old 2009-07-08, 19:43   Link #332
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Do people go to funerals and tell people to be sad for someone else?

People go to funerals to pay respects to the person they cared for.

This thread is a place for people who cared for Michael Jackson, for people who liked him to talk about him.
this thread is remembering michael jackson. i hated him.
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Old 2009-07-08, 19:55   Link #333
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Thing is, later as i got older, I saw the 'behind the scenes' of the Smooth Criminal vid and was sure they mentioned use of mirrors for it. However for the live performance in the vid shown in the link, the dude seriously went all out for this effect xD
Ah the memories of trying this move as a child and ending up on the floor some
I tried this one a lot too. I remember that the first time i've saw it, i thought "Wow. It can't be true. Michael must be a magician". So, it was quite of a bogus to see that it was made with mirrors, but when i watched that video where Michael did that in a live show i just had to accept that the guy was from another world, hehe. Even with kind of shoe, you need to be very strong to do something like this. I probably would break something trying, hehe.
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Old 2009-07-08, 22:43   Link #334
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After watching the memorial, I'm back to how I was in 25th of June. I wasn't crying, but deeply sad. Rest in peace, MJ...

I wish his family and loved ones the best. His daughter broke my heart. And as I said in YouTube comments, her older brother was a bit "...eh" chewing gum with bored-like face. Of course, those kids have no obligations to show us how they feel.
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Old 2009-07-09, 02:20   Link #335
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Damn.. after listening to a lot of his songs.. I can't decide which one is my favorite. I love and grew up mostly with Smoothcriminal but when I listen to any of the others.. like Human nature and beat it.. they're simply all just awesome.

I saw the memorial thing.. it was pretty amazing
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Old 2009-07-09, 05:37   Link #336
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an unforgettable era have gone with him
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Old 2009-07-09, 07:29   Link #337
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For my two piece of random trivia...
Michael Jackson's patented "Smooth Criminal" leaning shoes

Thing is, later as i got older, I saw the 'behind the scenes' of the Smooth Criminal vid and was sure they mentioned use of mirrors for it. However for the live performance in the vid shown in the link, the dude seriously went all out for this effect xD
Ah the memories of trying this move as a child and ending up on the floor some
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I tried this one a lot too. I remember that the first time i've saw it, i thought "Wow. It can't be true. Michael must be a magician". So, it was quite of a bogus to see that it was made with mirrors, but when i watched that video where Michael did that in a live show i just had to accept that the guy was from another world, hehe. Even with kind of shoe, you need to be very strong to do something like this. I probably would break something trying, hehe.
I yeah remember that move. When i was kid & saw him did i went "Wow!".
I been trying to do that move myself many times but i always fell.

When i became older, i learn & realize that a trick was used to do that move.
Even though i felted cheated, i was rather amazed MJ was able plan to that move.
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Old 2009-07-10, 11:31   Link #338
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http://www.nydailynews.com/entertain...ng_of_pop.html

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told ABC that he and his wife, Katherine, should have custody of the superstar's three children.

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Jackson said he hoped Paris might have a future in the entertainment business along with the youngest son, Prince Michael II, 7, nicknamed Blanket, who "can really dance."
I can see where this is going already. Jackson just died and already his father is making plans to ruin his kids lives the way he ruined Michael's.....
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Old 2009-07-10, 12:01   Link #339
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I can see where this is going already. Jackson just died and already his father is making plans to ruin his kids lives the way he ruined Michael's.....
I hope and I don't think this already 79-year-old man can do much with MJ's kids, though he will probably still be able to get some money off Katherine.
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Old 2009-07-10, 15:45   Link #340
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Michael Jackson Ghost NEVERLAND During CNN Larry King Interview with Jermaine Jackson

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