MJ: He's still a thriller

Jun 22, 2014 Full story: The Star Online 51

Five years have passed since his untimely demise on June 25, 2009, but Michael Jackson lives on in the hearts of every person who listens to music.

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Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#1 Jun 22, 2014
Nope, he's still a dead pedophile...

The internet article was obviously written by a French floon. Check out the hideous clown artwork. I liked how this internet article started:

"Five years have passed since his untimely demise on June 25th 2009, but Michael Jackson lives on in the hearts of every person who listens to music"

Oh, really?

Silly floons. lol.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#2 Jun 22, 2014
I'm embarrassed for the f'loon who wrote that. I think N. Rama Lohan was sitting on a Michael Jackson cushion, while writing it.

Since: Jun 13

Wilson, NC

#5 Jun 22, 2014
I don't like when people start their articles on the memory of a late musical artist they always say "their music lives on in the hearts of EVERY person who loves music..." Not EVERYBODY's gonna like the same person and they'll still love music. That goes for anyone, really.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#6 Jun 22, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
I don't like when people start their articles on the memory of a late musical artist they always say "their music lives on in the hearts of EVERY person who loves music..." Not EVERYBODY's gonna like the same person and they'll still love music. That goes for anyone, really.
Ditto. I also can't remember where I was, on the day Michael died.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#7 Jun 22, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
I don't like when people start their articles on the memory of a late musical artist they always say "their music lives on in the hearts of EVERY person who loves music..." Not EVERYBODY's gonna like the same person and they'll still love music. That goes for anyone, really.
That is because floons are obnoxious and think that the clown changed the world or something. They laughably believe that haters really love the dead pedophile as much as they do.

The dancing freak was a tabloid clown to me.
Morisson

Steenwijk, Netherlands

#9 Jun 24, 2014
Octopus wrote:
Nope, he's still
Silly floons. lol.
And you think your opinion matters because...? Ever concidered professional help for your angerproblem?
Morisson

Steenwijk, Netherlands

#10 Jun 24, 2014
Len is Disgusted wrote:
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Ditto. I also can't remember where I was, on the day Michael died.
Still disgusted Lenn? How many years have gone lost for you pretending to be someone you are not?

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#13 Jun 24, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Len is Disgusted, I think you are telling the forum an untruth, when you say you can't remember where you were when MJ died. Someone such as yourself, who is so interested in MJ, and you can't recall? Were you in a coma, that day? How about telling the forum something real. I dare you.
No, I can't remember where I was. More than likely, I was probably at work. But my interest is helping f'loons face the reality Michael was a drug-addicted pedophile.

Looks like you know he's dead, by your post.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#16 Jun 24, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Len is Disgusted, why would you assume I would still be on MJ forums if I believed MJ to be dead? I possibly would've given up all this business. What interests me is the fact that he's NOT dead, only pretending to be deceased.
Please stop. I was being sarcastic. But I'm not being sarcastic when I tell you he is dead, and you need help.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#17 Jun 24, 2014
Morisson wrote:
<quoted text> And you think your opinion matters because...? Ever concidered professional help for your angerproblem?
Millions of other people happen to dislike the dead Michael Jackson as well. Obviously, my opinions do matter. As for the clown being untalented and grossly overrated, he was not even a great dancer. He lip synced though stage performances, never played any musical instruments and was still doing kiddie pop on his last album while still breathing, the laughable and dated, "Invincible" in 2001. Of course, floons like yourself actually believe that everybody loves the tarnished clown and blindly follow the false Jackson public relation hype. Wacko was definitely a serial child molesting pedophile that died nude on his urine stained mattress, clutching his baby dolly.

No anger from me.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#18 Jun 24, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Octopus, if MJ was a dancing freak, he was a bloody good dancing freak. So imitated, today. Imitation, as you know, is the sincerest form of flattery. One doesn't get that many kids or teenagers or adults trying to imitate James Brown, for example, OK MJ did, but you know what I'm saying. MJ has mass-appeal, that's the difference. Elvis is perhaps the exception, as he's got hundreds of imitators across the globe.
I do not think Michael Jackson was a good artist, a good singer or even a good dancer. Sorry.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#20 Jun 25, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Octopus, millions of people would disagree with you. An artist doesn't reach MJ's height of popularity, if they aren't good. Maybe, nowadays an artist can. MJ is a good all-rounder. It's the end package, of what a listener hears on the record that matters. I, as a fan, never actually watched any/many of his stage performances, not until his "death". It's all about the singing on the record. That's what the average person hears on the radio, even if they do not seek out MJ's concert performances.
As far as I can gather, "Xscape" has only sold close to one million units worldwide since it was released in May. That should tell you how much Wacko's legacy has fallen. Of course, the Jacksons are going to use the promotional media to hype up these numbers to impress the clueless. Michael Jackson reached his height of popularity in the early to mid eighties. Since then, he has never quite topped Thriller. He obviously tried to made the same records over and over again with less successful results. Boring. In reality, the records had manufactured driving beats with a few ballads tacked on. I fail to understand what a listener hears when the clown just happens to be played on the radio. Overplayed and aging kiddie pop that many new manufactured hack pop stars are obviously influenced by? It is like watching and listening to Glee. There is a direct reason why the recording/music industry's overall sales drop every year. I do not think the clown was good for musical creativity when it comes to modern day pop. Pure garbage. Updated Disco made by untalented clowns. Michael Jackson was never that great of a performer, singer or dancer. Overrated and bland.
persephone

Sunnyvale, CA

#21 Jun 25, 2014
Octopus wrote:
<quoted text>
As far as I can gather, "Xscape" has only sold close to one million units worldwide since it was released in May. That should tell you how much Wacko's legacy has fallen. Of course, the Jacksons are going to use the promotional media to hype up these numbers to impress the clueless. Michael Jackson reached his height of popularity in the early to mid eighties. Since then, he has never quite topped Thriller. He obviously tried to made the same records over and over again with less successful results. Boring. In reality, the records had manufactured driving beats with a few ballads tacked on. I fail to understand what a listener hears when the clown just happens to be played on the radio. Overplayed and aging kiddie pop that many new manufactured hack pop stars are obviously influenced by? It is like watching and listening to Glee. There is a direct reason why the recording/music industry's overall sales drop every year. I do not think the clown was good for musical creativity when it comes to modern day pop. Pure garbage. Updated Disco made by untalented clowns. Michael Jackson was never that great of a performer, singer or dancer. Overrated and bland.
"Only" a million worldwide? Not bad for a dead person.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22 Jun 25, 2014
persephony wrote:
<quoted text> "Only" a million worldwide? Not bad for a dead person.
I'm sure that pedo is enjoying his paychecks.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#23 Jun 25, 2014
persephone wrote:
<quoted text> "Only" a million worldwide? Not bad for a dead person.
Those are horrible sales for a guy that ONCE sold one hundred and ten million copies of Thriller in his prime and twelve million copies of Invincible, eight years before his pathetic drug overdose.

Michael Jackson's legacy was definitely damaged by his pedophilia. No doubt about it. Wacko was dead for years before he actually stopped breathing.

“Evolution is fab!”

Since: Nov 12

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#24 Jun 25, 2014
Octopus wrote:
<quoted text>
As far as I can gather, "Xscape" has only sold close to one million units worldwide since it was released in May. That should tell you how much Wacko's legacy has fallen. Of course, the Jacksons are going to use the promotional media to hype up these numbers to impress the clueless. Michael Jackson reached his height of popularity in the early to mid eighties. Since then, he has never quite topped Thriller. He obviously tried to made the same records over and over again with less successful results. Boring. In reality, the records had manufactured driving beats with a few ballads tacked on. I fail to understand what a listener hears when the clown just happens to be played on the radio. Overplayed and aging kiddie pop that many new manufactured hack pop stars are obviously influenced by? It is like watching and listening to Glee. There is a direct reason why the recording/music industry's overall sales drop every year. I do not think the clown was good for musical creativity when it comes to modern day pop. Pure garbage. Updated Disco made by untalented clowns. Michael Jackson was never that great of a performer, singer or dancer. Overrated and bland.
Floons will be genuinely impressed by that figure, but that is dismal for an album, which has received heavy worldwide promotion from Sony. Even more embarrassing for Wacko Jacko and his bubblegum album is the fact that that type of music often dominates the music business these days due to the record companies and their endless conveyor belt of talentless pop acts.

But hardly anybody wants to buy Pedo Pan's bubblegum pop music any more, not even the kids.

Lol.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#25 Jun 25, 2014
Butterballs wrote:
<quoted text>
Floons will be genuinely impressed by that figure, but that is dismal for an album, which has received heavy worldwide promotion from Sony. Even more embarrassing for Wacko Jacko and his bubblegum album is the fact that that type of music often dominates the music business these days due to the record companies and their endless conveyor belt of talentless pop acts.
But hardly anybody wants to buy Pedo Pan's bubblegum pop music any more, not even the kids.
Lol.
Talentless dancing bimbos and manufactured boy bands are cheaper to produce. Since most kids like current living pop acts, that leaves the dead Michael Jackson with a limited audience. My nieces and nephews know that the clown was a fifthy pedophile that molested boys. As you might expect, my nieces do not like rock guitar but my nephews are more open to other forms of music. Michael Jackson is ignored. He is uncool and their classmates even know the clown was a piggy. They do not buy music like my generation with our Heavy Metal cassettes. Those days are long gone. Floons believe that Wacko was the only one that mattered in the MTV era and beyond. Actually, that certainly was not the case. The clown appealed to five year olds in 1984. Apparently, some floons are thirty-five years old and still listening to Barney Jackson. It like they are obviously living in the past, watching a purple dinosaur. They have not progressed into adult music. Jacko sucked musically but they are more impressed by Michael Jackson's ability to make money and his false publicity campaigns. Sony and the estate continue with their lies.
Rickey Bobby

North Kingstown, RI

#27 Jun 25, 2014
Len is Disgusted wrote:
I'm embarrassed for the f'loon who wrote that. I think N. Rama Lohan was sitting on a Michael Jackson cushion, while writing it.
Either that, or a Whoopie Cushion with Wacko's face on it.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#29 Jun 25, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Octopus, don't get too depressed over the sales. MJ is still a legend, no matter what. I don't believe that people who owned copies of MJ's CDs threw them away when MJ's image was supposedly tarnished. People still listen to their MJ music. They've bought and paid for the records.
I've witnessed them being discarded in the trash more than once. The used cd bins at FYE, Salvation Army and other Flea Markets were refusing to take anymore Michael Jackson because they could not resell them. I mean, I've never seen a more vicious backlash on any other pop star ever. It amused me. Of course, it is rarely talked about on the internet but Wacko cd's are worthless. You might say that they were bought and paid for but after the second accusation in 2005, Jacko sold zero. His career was over. Even on the day after his death, there were always plenty of cheap Michael Jackson, Jacksons and Jackson 5 available. You might listen to Wacko but the rest of the world doesn't. He raped little boys like seven year old, Wade Robson and ten year old, Jimmy Safechuck. Despite the internet media and Sony claiming the clown is bigger than ever, the real world is saying something compltely different. The Jacksons lie to inflate sales. I can pick up Wacko's entire solo catalog and then some, for less than thirty bucks. Just telling like it is, floon.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#32 Jun 25, 2014
Emily Barnton wrote:
Octopus, "I can pick up Wacko's entire solo catalog...". Why would you need to do that, when you have the mastertapes at your disposal?
If I were Wacko, I would have commited suicide years ago. His mastertapes are worthless and his so called live performances were lip synced. He has very few on stage bootlegs that would take him through the next thirty years. The clown will soon be forgotton. A shameful relic of a by gone era.

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