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Dianic


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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 5:46PM

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 5:48PM
Just heard about that.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 5:57PM
WTF! This has been a crazy day! First Farrah, now Michael. Michael's was a total shocker!

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:02PM
Yep, just heard, though I'm also hearing conflicting stories like cardiac arrest, but not dead, yet. I guessing he is though.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:06PM
Could just be waiting for the family to get there, perhaps come up with a statement, stay tuned I guess.
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:10PM
4 of us has jackson in the death pool. Will update late4.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:14PM
Reporting he's in a coma now.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:16PM
TV still says he's hospitalized.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:18PM
TMZ says he's dead.
I'm a horrible person. I feel like some kind of weight has been lifted off the shoulders of mankind. It's the beginning of a new era or something like that.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:23PM
LA Times now reporting he's died.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:25PM
But Farrah's gone too.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:28PM
Its amazing how fast they updated his Wikipedia page.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:31PM
Broke Twitter too
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:34PM
I just heard about this now. He was taken to the same hospital my dad was. A music icon is gone.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:43PM
Tell them that it's human nature.
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 6:55PM
You can let your kids out now...

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:00PM
Does that mean his memorabilia sale is back on?

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:03PM
Gov. Mark Sanford appears to have caught a break.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:05PM
Love him or hate him. He is the biggest news story of the day. He preempted Farrah, 100,000 Koreans threating to kill Americans, Iran protests and Governor Hard-on.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:06PM
Regardless of his personal life, he was a music icon. And over the years, I had pulling for him to pull it together and make a performing comeback of sorts.
On another note, is there any possibility that when a thread is started in "World News & Nonsense" to announce someone's death, that perhaps the death pool comments could be kept in the death pool area? It's not like those of you participating don't check into that thread anyway.

It seems like I'm in the minority, but I am so turned off by even the idea of a death pool that I don't even like looking at a thread like this anymore.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:06PM
Sad news.
CNN reporting his death is still not confirmed.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:10PM
^Every other news agency is reporting it.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:12PM
Friends -
The markers of my own life just keep coming and going.
BSD

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:26PM
This is shocking news. What a long strange trip it's been. RIP MJ

Dianic

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:34PM
Well, you're not in a minority of one. It'd be nice to be able to re-visit these threads in the future and read more throughtful posts (like yours here and BSD's in the FF thread) and fewer ones about someone's over/under.
Edited by - DM/PR on 6/25/2009 7:34:47 PM
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 7:36PM
On a personal non-mod note, I agree with your sentiments. I can enjoy horror movies and serial killer documentaries through morbid fascination, but I find death pools to be a bit too creepy and crass. They are just not my cup of tea. However, I think that it might be difficult to get everyone to follow a rule like that. I would certainly try to stop thread derailment, but I think it will be tough to have people avoid mentioning the death pool altogether.
You can mention it to the bosses if you like.
Ironically, I just added another post about death pools to this thread by writing about how I dislike the posts about death threats too. Doh!
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:03PM
I feel bad for the guy. Too bad that he never got a chance to do those comeback concerts in Britan.
Rest In Peace

Edited by - fu_q on 6/25/2009 8:04:15 PM

 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:08PM
I agree with the changing of the era, but I suppose the weight being lifted from our shoulders depends on your memories of him and what you associate with him. I first thought of the Thriller era Michael with the sequined glove, and then the Jackson 5 era Michael with the groovy hair and 70s hits. With these memories, he seemed to be a pretty likable fellow, and even as we learned of his eccentricities, he didn't really seem that bad (argghh - excuse the poor joke). He did seem trapped by his fame and his lack of a normal childhood. Despite him being so rich it was a bit sad in its own way.
It is unfortunate that many people might remember the scandals that took place in his later years, for if they were true, his behavior with children was clearly unacceptable and more than mere eccentricity. By this point in time, his name was not as synonymous with "King of Pop" as it once was.
Somehow, I neglected mentioning until now that he was a remarkably good singer. I was never a fan, although I had the Thriller album on cassette (who didn't?) when I was a kid. I was ~8 years old and a year or two later I wouldn't have admitted ownership if you paid me.
BSDs one line post was spot on accurate, although it seems to me that I only recognize some of these people as markers when they pass.
Of course, it is much different when people who you never met or interacted with die than when a loved one passes. Compared to the passing of a loved one, ruminations such as the ones in this post seem rather inconsequential.
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:20PM
I just heard that he had, very recently, undergone some rather exhaustive physical examinations, at the behest of the promoters of his planned world tour.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:33PM
Wow,im in the UK and seen the sky news before i was going to my bed and it was about him being admitted to hospital and the same loop was running for ages,they were commenting on the fact he had been ill for ages and skin cancer was being denied by "his camp" but a cardiac arrest has taken him at 50.Has he got 3 kids.
He also has some crazy fanatical fans,i think his funeral will be unbelievable scenes?
Edited by - stinkfist on 6/25/2009 8:35:22 PM

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:34PM
He was an absolutely monumental icon. Regardless of any latter-day controversy, that aspect will always go undiminished. I doubt that there will ever be a solo artist as culturally important as him again.
R.I.P.

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4/05
Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:40PM
What a shame. I too had always hoped for him to get himself together and reestablish some form of positive popularity for himself. Jackson was such a great talent despite his troubled childhood and strange adult life. It's quite possible that the world will never see a singing talent such as his again. Well at least not for a number of generations. I for one am gonna remember the man for his music and the happiness it continues to bring me and so many others around the globe.
Rest In Peace Homie...
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 8:55PM
I am not a fan of MJ and never owned any album of his, but he deserves to rest in peace.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:04PM
[link inactive:404 - Page not found]what will become of the Beatles catalog?
 
Oblivious

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:21PM
^ I had thought (or assumed) that he lost them with his money troubles. I guess not.
Well, RIP anyhow. Shocking news.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:27PM
At the risk of sounding churlish, I can't stand watching the news when a person of this stature dies. I say this not out of grief (I'm not shaken up, merely reflective), but rather because the media overkill agitates me. I have had the TV on for less than an hour, and I already want to turn it off because I know the next few weeks are going to be 90% Michael. I find the tedious and repetitive dissection of every conceivable angle excruciating.
PS According to Geraldo, he was innocent of the bad stuff with kids. Also, I didn't realize that he had problems with painkillers and narcotics. Granted, I didn't follow his life as closely as others do. I find parallels in my mind with Elvis.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:39PM
I'm kind of surprised by how sad this had made me,but I can vividly remember watching Motown 25 and the premeire of the Thriller video in 1983,and I guess this is another reminder of where it's all ultimately heading.And time just keeps hurtling by.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:40PM
You're in good company. OK. Maybe not good company. You're in company.
 
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 9:47PM
I'm worried what Harri is going to say.
But for now...
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50. Too young. But I think the other King died at 42.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:10PM
First Ed McMahon, then Farrah Fawcett, and now Michael Jackson. I guess what they say about celebrities dying in 3's is true after all. I wasn't a fan of his but he was an incredibly talented musician, regardless of his bizarre behavior and eccentricities. And dying at 50 is way too young to go. Rest in peace, Jacko...

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:15PM
Earlier today I was complaining about the coverage of Farrah Fawcett's death. I mean 25 mins into the news and their still on her? The fuck? Then when I heard Michael Jackson was rushed to the hospital I joked about "Damn if he dies, just imagine the coverage." And here we are.

Dianic

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:17PM
Rest In Peace.
I'm sure I'm showing both my age and my grindhouse pedigree here, but my childhood memories of Michael are entwined with this film...
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:21PM
DAMN, The Thriller Is Gone...RIP!
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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:27PM
Children of the world can sleep a little easier tonight.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 10:38PM
For my generation, Michael Jackson was the biggest celebrity of our time. Music as we know it today would be completely different had it not been for Michael Jackson. Although I didn't know him personally, I doubt if there is a member of my generation who doesn't feel as if a member of the family has died. This is truly sad news. It reminds me of that song "American Pie." This is the day the music died all over again.
May he rest in peace.

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Posted - Jun 25 2009 : 11:54PM
It was shocking to hear when he went to hospital and when he passed away. I grew up listening to his songs and he was the first musical artist that I was a fan of.
Edited by - matchmaker on 6/25/2009 11:55:15 PM

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Posted - Jun 26 2009 : 12:16AM
I don't keep an eye on the news so I had no idea until well after most of the world was going crazy. I have to admit, I was completely shocked. I guess I shouldn't have been. The guy was crazy as near as I could tell. He was enormously talented but so strange. I should have known he'd eventually do something that destroyed his health. My guess is either drugs or he was simply pushing himself too hard for his age.
Anyway, one of my earliest memories was being terrified of the Thriller video. I still can't watch it because it reminds me of how bad it scared me.
Edited by - randomprecision on 6/26/2009 12:18:24 AM

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Posted - Jun 26 2009 : 12:38AM
^It wasn't the video that used to scare me, but the song itself. Actually, it wasn't even the whole song that scared me. The only part that I found scary about the song was Vincent Price's voice.
I remember how my cousins and I used to dance to Thriller, which we listened to on vinyl at the time. Speaking of which, my parents still have the vinyl Thriller album that they bought when it was originally released. Anyway, when my cousins and I would dance to it, I would do alright uptil the part when Vincent Prince would start talking about, "Darkness falls across the land..." Just that voice alone used to scare the daylights out of me.
Edited by - realtip on 6/26/2009 12:38:49 AM

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Posted - Jun 26 2009 : 12:45AM
I tend to agree but from the perspective that the music industry might have evolved into something better had MJ not become The King of Pop. His career redefined success in a way that forced record companies to attempt to repackage it in hopes recreating it again.
I don't mean to imply that I don't think MJ wasn't extremely talented.
 
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Posted - Jun 26 2009 : 1:25AM
I don't think I can think of anything other than the trial of the king of pop when ever I hear one of his songs. And I also heard that he mortgaged the beatles catalog to the hilt to pay of his debts so it will be years before his family will see anything on that score.
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