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Old 2009-06-25, 22:15   Link #101
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Never been a fan of him in a big way (Well, thinking now, I'm not a person who idolize singers that much), but I remember liking his songs - like 'Smooth Criminal', 'Heal the World', Don't Stop 'Til You get Enough' etc.

Well, Rest In Peace, Michael Jackson. Don't worry, I'll never forget your songs...
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Old 2009-06-25, 22:16   Link #102
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I remember when I was trying to learn to do the Moon Walk with my classmates.
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Old 2009-06-25, 22:20   Link #103
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I remember when I was trying to learn to do the Moon Walk with my classmates.
I've always been one of those people who idolizes his dancing abilities and tries to imitate them. No one will ever be able to be the kind of dancer Michael was.
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Old 2009-06-25, 22:24   Link #104
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I remember when I was trying to learn to do the Moon Walk with my classmates.
Honestly, at one point, I got really sick of that dance. Since all around me people were doing those moves to get the attention of the opposite gender. But, after the era changed, and after people started not to pay that much attention to it, watching it started to give a really good classic feeling.
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Old 2009-06-25, 22:38   Link #105
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Since I've seen a few negative posts already I'll be clear on this.

No one is saying that a contrary opinion is bad. However posts made in poor tastes are unwelcome. We don't need "humor" or people who can't get their facts straight when they make a hate post about a dead person. If the sum of your post is "good riddance" or "let's have some laughs at the expense of a dead guy", don't bother replying to this thread. If you can't resist those urges, don't be surprised if there's some consequences to your actions.

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Old 2009-06-25, 22:41   Link #106
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When I was a little girl, I was scared of him especially when I saw his zombie music video But he was a legend and he achieved so many things. So I'm also sad that he's dead. His life was filled with so many challenges and trials but he was such a wonderful performer.
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Old 2009-06-25, 23:42   Link #107
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I loved Michael Jackson's music when I was a kid, and I still like the stuff he did from the 80's today, so I am really upset that he suffered an umtimley death. Sure he was kind of a fruit cake, but he was a hell of an entertainer and I try not to let my personal views of someone get in the way of how I feel about their product, and Michael had a great product. R.I.P King of pop
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Old 2009-06-25, 23:53   Link #108
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I think MJ did quite well to survive the media industry up to the age of 50 for a man whose fame was so phenomenal.

Despite the blemish and scandals that tainted his reputation in his later years, it didn't change the fact this man was an international icon during the 80s till late 90s.

R.I.P MJ
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Old 2009-06-26, 00:13   Link #109
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Lived a short life... my deepest sympathy.

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Old 2009-06-26, 00:15   Link #110
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RIP MJ.

He's been to heaven and hell. Pity he died when he was in hell. All those late problems really did hurt his image.
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Old 2009-06-26, 00:22   Link #111
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R.I.P MJ, another childhood icon gone. =(
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Old 2009-06-26, 00:49   Link #112
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i was amazed when i first saw the moonwalk, tried to do it unsucessfully. listnd to his music and was uplifted. and now he's along with Lennon, Cobain, freddy mercury and Presely making great music in the afterlife.

one of the best things i heard on the news was that "it was the death of the last legends". so true....
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Old 2009-06-26, 01:12   Link #113
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My first experience with Michael Jackson was on one of my parents mix tapes. It was Billie Jean. I used to like to listen to footloose, but Billie Jean always used to catch my attention to. He really was a genius, especially with creating catchy beats.
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Old 2009-06-26, 01:13   Link #114
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Man, whoever he owned debt to is screwed now.
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Old 2009-06-26, 01:17   Link #115
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What a bad day for me, hearing the news while having a cup of coffee in the morning.
I used to imitate his moon walking way back in high school.

May you rest in peace, King of Pop.
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Old 2009-06-26, 01:50   Link #116
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A man truly worthy of his title as the King of Pop. He shall be missed.
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Old 2009-06-26, 02:36   Link #117
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Since I've seen a few negative posts already I'll be clear on this.

No one is saying that a contrary opinion is bad. However posts made in poor tastes are unwelcome. We don't need "humor" or people who can't get their facts straight when they make a hate post about a dead person. If the sum of your post is "good riddance" or "let's have some laughs at the expense of a dead guy", don't bother replying to this thread. If you can't resist those urges, don't be surprised if there's some consequences to your actions.

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So need more moderators like you in other places, seen so much bad taste displayed today that it's ridiculous.

I'd hardly consider myself anywhere near a Michael Jackson fanboy, but I guess it got to the point where people who made the tasteless jokes somehow got offended when you point out how stupid they're being.

He made good music, he went through tabloid hell, yes the man lived a odd life, but that's due in part to how he was brought up. I know it's not the same for others, but doesn't make it untrue. I've always poised the question to people....if the most popular/famous person in the world molested your kid...would you see justice done and put him in jail? or fall to greed despite whatever trauma your child has suffered, just to get paid? The fact those people took the money, gave me my doubts.
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Old 2009-06-26, 02:40   Link #118
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RIP Michael Jackson... you are the forever king of pop in my heart!
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Old 2009-06-26, 02:52   Link #119
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Yeah I agree with DjTrizz. We need people like Solace more to keep control in check. Now is not the the time for sick jokes, I can't imagine myself being the butt of a jest when I'm dead; if considering there is an afterlife.
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Old 2009-06-26, 02:58   Link #120
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RIP Michael Jackson he is a legend.
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