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Postby illusion » Sat Aug 20, 2005 11:11 pm

Dixie wrote:
leen__rasel wrote:IBLIEVE THAT HE IS GUILTY BECAUSE EVEN THE JURY BLIEVED SO BUT THE PROBLEM THAT THERE WERE NO ENUOGH EVIDENCE AND THE BOUYS WHO WERE FRIEND OF HIM WERE ALL STARS THEY HAVE POWER HE CANT HURT THEM BECAUSE HE WILL BE IN A BIG TROUBLE :x


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I actually think the same. He's been guilty to me all along...

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Postby Shazzam » Sat Aug 20, 2005 11:25 pm

The whole thing is madness anyway. Quite frankly it is over he was found not guilty so that is that. The crazy thing about the system in the US is that a couple of Jurors have now come and and said that they believe he is guilty but they didn't vote that way. But wait for it they both have book deals.

That is what this whole case was about money.

Lets face it no one knows for sure if he is guilty or innocent. He would be a target for many reasons. His strange lifestyle etc. Unfortunately I think alot of this case was motivated by money.

I can't see it ever happening again. I think Michael will just fade into the background of life now.

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Postby Shazzam » Wed Oct 12, 2005 1:10 pm

Michael Jackson has made his first public appearance since the trial in London a few days ago. Apparently he was swarmed by fans; they still love him.

It is such a shame ; because quite frankly why does he still have fans. I used to love his music; but when was the last time he released a hit. I can't remember.

He is a has been. Simple and true. The media needs to move on to people that are actually doing something; not people that used to do something?

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Postby mr_Love » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:08 pm

how old is he now???

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Postby Shazzam » Thu Oct 13, 2005 10:09 pm

mr_Love wrote:how old is he now???


He was born on 28th August, 1958. He turned 47 this year.

I wasn't sure myself so I checked it out on the web. :shock:

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Postby Danyet » Thu Oct 13, 2005 11:44 pm

shazzam1452 wrote:Michael Jackson has made his first public appearance since the trial in London a few days ago. Apparently he was swarmed by fans; they still love him.

It is such a shame ; because quite frankly why does he still have fans.
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At the risk of getting into another religious battle I must put it to you. Perhaps M Jackson still has fans for the same reason that the Catholic church still has fans even after The Inquisition.

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Postby Shazzam » Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:34 am

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shazzam1452 wrote:Michael Jackson has made his first public appearance since the trial in London a few days ago. Apparently he was swarmed by fans; they still love him.

It is such a shame ; because quite frankly why does he still have fans.
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At the risk of getting into another religious battle I must put it to you. Perhaps M Jackson still has fans for the same reason that the Catholic church still has fans even after The Inquisition.


So are you saying that Michael Jackson is like religion? :?

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Postby Danyet » Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:44 am

No. I am saying that many people take the attitude that, "My mind is made up. Don't confuse me with the facts". People are not persuaded by facts but by what they want to believe.

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Postby MissLT » Fri Oct 14, 2005 4:23 am

shazzam1452 wrote:Michael Jackson has made his first public appearance since the trial in London a few days ago. Apparently he was swarmed by fans; they still love him.

It is such a shame ; because quite frankly why does he still have fans. I used to love his music; but when was the last time he released a hit. I can't remember.

He is a has been. Simple and true. The media needs to move on to people that are actually doing something; not people that used to do something?

Someone likes him is hard to find. I meant, musical skills, not the other area :lol: . Thus, I think just because he doesn't release new albums we should forget him. A talented person is always appreciated through time. In addition, I think he's one of the idols that the old generation have left to admire of-- he reminds them of the old days. Just imagine how stupid it would be if the old generations were fans of the young ones like Hillary Duff, Christina Aguilera :roll: .

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Postby Shazzam » Fri Oct 14, 2005 4:54 am

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shazzam1452 wrote:Michael Jackson has made his first public appearance since the trial in London a few days ago. Apparently he was swarmed by fans; they still love him.

It is such a shame ; because quite frankly why does he still have fans. I used to love his music; but when was the last time he released a hit. I can't remember.

He is a has been. Simple and true. The media needs to move on to people that are actually doing something; not people that used to do something?

Someone likes him is hard to find. I meant, musical skills, not the other area :lol: . Thus, I think just because he doesn't release new albums we should forget him. A talented person is always appreciated through time. In addition, I think he's one of the idols that the old generation have left to admire of-- he reminds them of the old days. Just imagine how stupid it would be if the old generations were fans of the young ones like Hillary Duff, Christina Aguilera :roll: .


The fans that I saw on the television that were swamping him in England weren't older people Lenny they were people ranging from 17-20's from what I saw!

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Postby MissLT » Fri Oct 14, 2005 5:07 am

shazzam1452 wrote: The fans that I saw on the television that were swamping him in England weren't older people Lenny they were people ranging from 17-20's from what I saw!

Well, you have to admit his old albums are still way better than most the young ones' albums. Right? So if the old is gold, why turn our backs away from it? 8)

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Postby Shazzam » Sun Oct 23, 2005 6:32 am

LennyeTran wrote:
shazzam1452 wrote: The fans that I saw on the television that were swamping him in England weren't older people Lenny they were people ranging from 17-20's from what I saw!

Well, you have to admit his old albums are still way better than most the young ones' albums. Right? So if the old is gold, why turn our backs away from it? 8)


I agree that he is music is great. I must admit I think is old hat though. If he still wants adulation he needs to write a new album and do something. He can't keep sitting back on works he produced decades ago.

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Postby MissLT » Sun Oct 23, 2005 7:04 am

shazzam1452 wrote:I agree that he is music is great. I must admit I think is old hat though. If he still wants adulation he needs to write a new album and do something. He can't keep sitting back on works he produced decades ago.

You know what, actually I prefer it this way. He's had a good time, and now it's turn for the young ones to make their moves. I'm okay with him trying to relive his moments, but trying to rebuild it is quite meh to me unless his new album is a promise of best of the best (whatever this means :lol: ).

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Postby Shazzam » Sun Oct 23, 2005 12:38 pm

LennyeTran wrote:
shazzam1452 wrote:I agree that he is music is great. I must admit I think is old hat though. If he still wants adulation he needs to write a new album and do something. He can't keep sitting back on works he produced decades ago.

You know what, actually I prefer it this way. He's had a good time, and now it's turn for the young ones to make their moves. I'm okay with him trying to relive his moments, but trying to rebuild it is quite meh to me unless his new album is a promise of best of the best (whatever this means :lol: ).


Funny you should say that because alot of people felt the same way about artists like TINA TURNER and DAVID BOWIE and they did great things when the restarted their careers. I just think if he is going to do something he had better do it really soon. People get sick of has beens quickly. Especially ones with the sort of repututation that he is gaining. :oops:

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Postby MissLT » Sun Oct 23, 2005 5:56 pm

shazzam1452 wrote:Funny you should say that because alot of people felt the same way about artists like TINA TURNER and DAVID BOWIE and they did great things when the restarted their careers. I just think if he is going to do something he had better do it really soon. People get sick of has beens quickly. Especially ones with the sort of repututation that he is gaining. :oops:

But on the other hand, with the reputation he's having right now, he might not have as many people who will be curious in his new album. I mean, if he waited for awhile and then popped up the new album, peope would be really curious, "hmmm let's see what this guy is up to? New album? I wonder if it's good?" However, if he started right now, some people would be, "I'm not gonna listen to that children molester's music." A lot of negative effects are still going on. I think if he wanted to rebuild his past moment, he should wait for the tension to cool down (I don't think it'll ever be off since he's titled as a children molester even he won the case). To me, when people are no longer angry, they would transfer their feelings to curiosity to someone they were angry with. Don't you think?

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Postby jasminefu623 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 3:07 am

i don't think he is innocent, and to be honest, i hate him

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Postby Shazzam » Wed Jan 11, 2006 4:46 am

I heard yesterday that Michael Jackson has been living in Bahrain since the end of his trial. :shock: I mean what is that about?

The reason why this information has become public knowledge is because the vet that has helped him acquire and medically treat all the animals at 'Neverland' (his estate in America) is reluctantly sueing Michael because he hasn't paid his bill for something like two years.

What is it with this guy? He just hates having to pay his way, doesn't he? :roll:

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Postby ahmads » Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:46 am

Shazzam wrote:I heard yesterday that Michael Jackson has been living in Bahrain since the end of his trial. :shock: I mean what is that about?

I am not sure ,,
but I think he is going to move to Emirate because he has a brother there
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Postby ANDYTAN » Wed Jan 11, 2006 2:05 pm

LennyeTran wrote:
seal wrote:Quiet honestly I don't know what to do think about him. The whole thing is very confusing me. I wonder how the jury will decide.

The case has been going for too long. One of the jurors got kicked out of the team, Jacko is selling his Beatle collection ( I think), etc.
http://news.findlaw.com/ap/o/51/05-30-2005/e6a90017f6ea7b5c.html
If he's found guilty, he could face up to 20 years in prison. *sigh*.......
as I know, In usa have SO many people s in favor of him and hate him!!! :lol: about the case which I hear of many time ...i remember during the period , alway have guy stay out to throw stones at him... i ever so hate it when happening!! i hate him can't face up to the fact....

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Postby funnyboy » Sat Jan 21, 2006 3:14 am

I am listening to his songs now.
I love his songs.
If this case happened in our country,he would not have that trouble,giving his money to the judge,everything was ok!

Now in China, money is the god!
U have money ,u have all.
If you are rich,u can do everything,including killing your enemy.

The Communism Party is the big one,
what that he says right is right ,and ,what that he says wrong is wrong .

He said our people living happy lives,though many people were very poor ,many people did't have enough money to support their childen's education .

TVs, newspapers,broadcasts are all his slaves now .

U can not say anything which is acctually wrong wrong.

sigh..........

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Postby Shazzam » Sun Jan 29, 2006 12:45 am

There was a news report (with pictures) here this week that Michael was out shopping in Bahrain (with his son Prince Michael OMG :lol: ) dressed as a woman. :lol: :lol:

I mean honestly! What has happened to this guy :?: :idea: :roll:


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