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Michigan

Belleville, MI

#1 Feb 12, 2013
Michigan

Belleville, MI

#2 Feb 12, 2013
May be able to read a little better if you enlarge the text on your computer

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/13/elvi...
King Elvis

Wahroonga, Australia

#3 Feb 12, 2013
Thanks.

And now, let's sit back, and wait for the tide of idiocy that is Lee to appear here, and spew her boring, repetitive anti-Cilla rants.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#4 Feb 12, 2013
And let's listen to the so called, Elvis fan, "King Elvis" always take the side of Priscilla.

There is more to it than what appears here, I saw it at the courthouse.

You always have the option of skipping over my posts, King Elvis.
Jim

Woodbury, NJ

#5 Feb 12, 2013
WOW! Nice Mercedes!

But then, Priscilla bought Elvis a $40,000 Rolls and Elvis gladly excepted it knowing it was about Priscilla expressing her love towards Elvis and was a sign that they were at peace with each other--And you know it, Lee.

I know you hate the fact that Elvis still loved Priscilla and she still loved him, but you just have to live with it and try to move on with your life--Yes?!
King Elvis

Wahroonga, Australia

#6 Feb 12, 2013
Lee wrote:
And let's listen to the so called, Elvis fan, "King Elvis" always take the side of Priscilla.
There is more to it than what appears here, I saw it at the courthouse.
You always have the option of skipping over my posts, King Elvis.
And you always have the option of kissing my arse, Fatty.

Since: Jan 10

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#8 Feb 12, 2013
I think Priscila and Elvis cared about each even after divorce-they held hands leaving courthouse. I also think Priscila has acted classy after Elvis died in honoring Elvis memory and helping to save Graceland. Elvis always had other women but he married Priscila and she had his child .Priscila kept Presley name and wants that distinction. Its ok with me even though it seems her leaving Elvis was biggest reason for his decline in health and death.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#9 Feb 12, 2013
Jim wrote:
WOW! Nice Mercedes!
But then, Priscilla bought Elvis a $40,000 Rolls and Elvis gladly excepted it knowing it was about Priscilla expressing her love towards Elvis and was a sign that they were at peace with each other--And you know it, Lee.
I know you hate the fact that Elvis still loved Priscilla and she still loved him, but you just have to live with it and try to move on with your life--Yes?!
No, I KNOW that Elvis still loved Priscilla. If he did not, she could not have hurt him the way she did.

As for her still loving him, she never did. If she did, she would not have treated him the way she did while they were married.

Yes, they were at peace with each other. Elvis did everything but grovel at her feet to make it that way.

As for the car that she "bought" him, she bought it with his money.

Lee

Burbank, CA

#10 Feb 13, 2013
jim - wrote:
I think Priscila and Elvis cared about each even after divorce-they held hands leaving courthouse. I also think Priscila has acted classy after Elvis died in honoring Elvis memory and helping to save Graceland. Elvis always had other women but he married Priscila and she had his child .Priscila kept Presley name and wants that distinction. Its ok with me even though it seems her leaving Elvis was biggest reason for his decline in health and death.
Yes, it clearly was.
She only began to talk about Elvis in a positive way to the press after he died. Before he died, it was "that's a part of my life that's over" (referring to Elvis) and asked if she had supported Elvis' career, she snapped, "I had my own career to think about".

She saved Graceland for herself and for Lisa. Not for Elvis. As for preserving his memory, she never did anything for him unless it got her own face on television.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#11 Feb 13, 2013
King Elvis wrote:
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And you always have the option of kissing my arse, Fatty.
Well if my post bore you so much, stop reading them!
Lee

Burbank, CA

#12 Feb 13, 2013
In divorce court, Priscilla said, "I could always go back to Elvis". To which Elvis later replied, "tell her not to be so sure".

But she was always very sure of Elvis' love for her. She never felt neglected.
Jim

Woodbury, NJ

#13 Feb 13, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, it clearly was.
She only began to talk about Elvis in a positive way to the press after he died. Before he died, it was "that's a part of my life that's over" (referring to Elvis) and asked if she had supported Elvis' career, she snapped, "I had my own career to think about".
She saved Graceland for herself and for Lisa. Not for Elvis. As for preserving his memory, she never did anything for him unless it got her own face on television.
As far as Priscilla saying, "[t]hat's a part of my life that's over"--So what! Most people that divorce try to move on with their lives. She was no longer married to Elvis and therefore had to make a living on her own despite a multimillion dollar settlement. She wanted to make a career for herself. Being hounded by the press and curious fans can be annoying or at the very least unwanted attention.

And considering she gave Elvis a $40,000 Rolls (which he truly appreciated), it's apparent they both didn’t fully move on. Priscilla still truly cared about Elvis and Elvis still truly cared about Priscilla. And they apparently regularly talked to each other and communicated their desire to get along and to remain close and in close contact despite the divorce. All this is evidence showing that, despite what Priscilla said about moving on, that statement was merely meant to discourage people from questioning her about her life and marriage with Elvis.

So your assessment that Priscilla only wanted to save Graceland for herself and Lisa Marie is unfair and inaccurate. Priscilla’s first priority was to save Graceland for Lisa Marie because she wanted her to have an inheritance, which is a respectable decision that no one in their right mind would question. She could have simply allowed Graceland to be sold to pay bills and simply move on with her life, but she didn’t. Instead she became intimately involved with saving Graceland for her daughter and promoting Elvis—and yes, making money for herself, which is completely acceptable and understandable. There is no doubt in my mind that Elvis is proud of Priscilla and is grateful for all her hard work and dedication towards saving Graceland and promoting Elvis.

You can trash her all you want but it only makes you look bitter—because this is what you have become. Priscilla’s past with Stone and whoever and whatever are irrelevant. Again, it is apparent that her statement about moving on with her life was obviously an off-the-cuff remark meant to discourage people from hounding her about the divorce and life with Elvis. But in the end and thereafter, regardless of mistakes she made, she did the right thing by her daughter and Elvis. She walked the walk and did a damn good job doing it.

These things give me good reasons to respect Priscilla as a mother, as a businesswoman, and as a person.
King Elvis

Wahroonga, Australia

#14 Feb 13, 2013
Lee wrote:
In divorce court, Priscilla said, "I could always go back to Elvis".
Another lie.

You made this up.

Never happened.

Shut up, Fatty.
King Elvis

Wahroonga, Australia

#15 Feb 13, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, it clearly was.
She only began to talk about Elvis in a positive way to the press after he died. Before he died, it was "that's a part of my life that's over" (referring to Elvis) and asked if she had supported Elvis' career, she snapped, "I had my own career to think about".
Another lie.

The only interview Cilla ever gave between the divorce and Elvis dying was for the Ladies Home Journal in August 1973.

http://www.elvispresleymusic.com.au/articles/...

And your quotes above do not appear in that article, as the above link proves, so where did you get them from?

Either a) you made them up (most likely) or b) you read them in one of the tabloid magazines you're so fond of slamming when they take a swipe at Elvis (also likely, as you'll take and twist anything to make an anti-Cilla statement).

Caught out again, Fatty ....
Lee

Burbank, CA

#16 Feb 13, 2013
Jim wrote:
<quoted text>
As far as Priscilla saying, "[t]hat's a part of my life that's over"--So what! Most people that divorce try to move on with their lives. She was no longer married to Elvis and therefore had to make a living on her own despite a multimillion dollar settlement. She wanted to make a career for herself. Being hounded by the press and curious fans can be annoying or at the very least unwanted attention.
And considering she gave Elvis a $40,000 Rolls (which he truly appreciated), it's apparent they both didn’t fully move on. Priscilla still truly cared about Elvis and Elvis still truly cared about Priscilla. And they apparently regularly talked to each other and communicated their desire to get along and to remain close and in close contact despite the divorce. All this is evidence showing that, despite what Priscilla said about moving on, that statement was merely meant to discourage people from questioning her about her life and marriage with Elvis.
So your assessment that Priscilla only wanted to save Graceland for herself and Lisa Marie is unfair and inaccurate. Priscilla’s first priority was to save Graceland for Lisa Marie because she wanted
Yes, she did want a career for herself. She wanted a show business career even before she married Elvis, and hid that from him. He had made it very clear from way before he met Priscilla that he would NEVER marry anyone who wanted to be in show business, so she hid it from him. But it was not too long after Lisa was born that the movie mags had little blurbs saying that Priscilla wanted to go into show business. Even now, Priscilla recently said, "I was not the type to sit home in a guilded cage". Well she knew that when she marrie d Elvis but she let him think that she would be willing to stay out of show business and take care of whatever babies they had. Then when Lisa was born, even Priscilla admits that she was so busy modeling and promoting herself that Lisa preferred the babysitter to her!
She had affairs as soon as Lisa was born and as soon as that magic five year mark came around (the time when you can get the best settlement) she left Elvis.
She did not "have to make a living on her own". She had the money that Elvis had given her, but she wanted what she had always wanted and hidden from Elvis--a show business career.
No her making money for herself off Graceland is not "perfectly acceptable". She should never have been allowed to make money off Elvis after what she did to him.
Elvis was still friendly with Priscilla because he still loved her. Priscilla was friendly with Elvis because of Lisa.
No woman who "still loves" a man walks out on him, sues him for so much money, and calls a press conference to tell the world she is dumping him for her new lover. And she DID do that, no matter what King Elvis says. It just has not made it to the internet.
Not only that, while Elvis was still alive and able to see the articles, she gave interviews to magazines proclaiming that she and Mike Stone had "made long, slow love".
At worst it was sadistically cruel. At best, it showed absolutely NO caring for how much she was hurting Elvis.
Yes, I am bitter, as is anyone who truly loved Elvis and saw what she did to him. And no, her affair with Mike Stone is not irrelevant. It hurt Elvis so much.
As far as her "in the end doing what was best for Lisa and Elvis", so what? He was ALREADY DEAD THEN!!!!
She should have done what was best for Elvis while he was alive!!!
Lee

Burbank, CA

#17 Feb 13, 2013
King Elvis wrote:
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Another lie.
You made this up.
Never happened.
Shut up, Fatty.
You are so ignorant.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#18 Feb 13, 2013
King Elvis wrote:
<quoted text>
Another lie.
The only interview Cilla ever gave between the divorce and Elvis dying was for the Ladies Home Journal in August 1973.
http://www.elvispresleymusic.com.au/articles/...
And your quotes above do not appear in that article, as the above link proves, so where did you get them from?
Either a) you made them up (most likely) or b) you read them in one of the tabloid magazines you're so fond of slamming when they take a swipe at Elvis (also likely, as you'll take and twist anything to make an anti-Cilla statement).
Caught out again, Fatty ....
No, that is not true. She gave a few interviews to local television stations in the south. But the words I quoted were from a later one.

They are the only ones you know about.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#19 Feb 13, 2013
King Elvis wrote:
<quoted text>
Another lie.
The only interview Cilla ever gave between the divorce and Elvis dying was for the Ladies Home Journal in August 1973.
http://www.elvispresleymusic.com.au/articles/...
And your quotes above do not appear in that article, as the above link proves, so where did you get them from?
Either a) you made them up (most likely) or b) you read them in one of the tabloid magazines you're so fond of slamming when they take a swipe at Elvis (also likely, as you'll take and twist anything to make an anti-Cilla statement).
Caught out again, Fatty ....
Well, it looks like I broke my own rule here. I always said you could never go by what someone said someone said, but only what you hear come from their own mouth or pen.

This was not a tabloid article. But I admit, it was not a video, it was a quote from an interview(I mean the quote where she said they made "long, slow love". It was in some magazine, I don't remember which one, so, since I give that break to Elvis, I have to give it to Priscilla too. I just READ that she said it, she could have been misquoted. In fairness to Priscilla.

But she did have the press conference with Mike Stone.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#20 Feb 13, 2013
King Elvis wrote:
<quoted text>
Another lie.
You made this up.
Never happened.
Shut up, Fatty.
She did say this.
King Elvis

Wahroonga, Australia

#21 Feb 13, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>Well, it looks like I broke my own rule here. I always said you could never go by what someone said someone said, but only what you hear come from their own mouth or pen.
This was not a tabloid article. But I admit, it was not a video, it was a quote from an interview(I mean the quote where she said they made "long, slow love". It was in some magazine, I don't remember which one, so, since I give that break to Elvis, I have to give it to Priscilla too. I just READ that she said it, she could have been misquoted. In fairness to Priscilla.
But she did have the press conference with Mike Stone.
That press conference NEVER happened, why can't you admit that you were wrong, Fatty?

NO biographer has ever mentioned it, no book, no magazine, there are no pics, no internet references, no person apart from you can recall it.

IT.

NEVER.

HAPPENED.

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