Albert Goldman -Elvis Suicide

Albert Goldman -Elvis Suicide

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Lee

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Mar 25, 2013
Albert Goldman being interviewed about his second book about Elvis claiming that Elvis committed suicide.

Does anyone know what "Dr." Albert Goldman had his doctorate in?

Since: Mar 13

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#2 Mar 26, 2013
Lee wrote:
Albert Goldman being interviewed about his second book about Elvis claiming that Elvis committed suicide.
Does anyone know what "Dr." Albert Goldman had his doctorate in?
"Adjunct Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University". "Mr." Goldman was an intellectual snob who thought his sh*t didn't stink. He, in writing this book, allowed his obvious hatred and envy of Elvis, to override his intellect![Adjunct], or supplemental Associate Professor, did not automatically make his an expert in Rock & Roll history, nor did it compel him to tell the truth. He wrote a disgusting, false account based on his own sick ideas and daydreams. One that he could not back with proof of any sort. So there you have it! Albert Goldman, assh*le extraordinaire!
Lee

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Mar 26, 2013
2kingsdaughter wrote:
<quoted text>"Adjunct Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University". "Mr." Goldman was an intellectual snob who thought his sh*t didn't stink. He, in writing this book, allowed his obvious hatred and envy of Elvis, to override his intellect![Adjunct], or supplemental Associate Professor, did not automatically make his an expert in Rock & Roll history, nor did it compel him to tell the truth. He wrote a disgusting, false account based on his own sick ideas and daydreams. One that he could not back with proof of any sort. So there you have it! Albert Goldman, assh*le extraordinaire!
Great post, Kingsdaughter. Why you don't hate Alana Nash same I don't understand.

Did you watch the video? Notice that the guys eyes look like the eyes of a shark??

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#4 Mar 26, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>Great post, Kingsdaughter. Why you don't hate Alana Nash same I don't understand.
Did you watch the video? Notice that the guys eyes look like the eyes of a shark??
I am not inclined to [hate] anyone. I do, however, hate Nash's book. I read the entire book. It was like an accident, I couldn't look away. And thank you, Lee. I do try...
Prufex

Lancaster, OH

#5 Aug 2, 2014
I remember the day Goldman died, it was a great day and I enjoyed it.

He was trash, plain and simple.
dreamingofelvis

Australia

#6 Aug 3, 2014
Prufex wrote:
I remember the day Goldman died, it was a great day and I enjoyed it.
He was trash, plain and simple.
Is there no end to your nastiness? I really think you must have suffered terribly in your life to have such an attitude.

Do I like and support Goldman? NOT for a nanosecond! Nor would I read the trash he wrote about the greatest singer and most loved entertainer the world will ever know. To celebrate the death of anyone no matter how much we dislike them though, is not something I condone. Do you think Elvis would feel the same way you do? Or do you think his Christianity would come to the fore in such a time? Just wondering.

DOE.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#7 Aug 4, 2014
dreamingofelvis wrote:
<quoted text>
Is there no end to your nastiness? I really think you must have suffered terribly in your life to have such an attitude.
Do I like and support Goldman? NOT for a nanosecond! Nor would I read the trash he wrote about the greatest singer and most loved entertainer the world will ever know. To celebrate the death of anyone no matter how much we dislike them though, is not something I condone. Do you think Elvis would feel the same way you do? Or do you think his Christianity would come to the fore in such a time? Just wondering.
DOE.
I think Elvis would agree with Prufex. I know I do, but I would like to ad I wish he was eaten by a pack of wild dogs. I could watch with a coke and a bag of popcorn.
dreamingofelvis

Australia

#8 Aug 5, 2014
Lee wrote:
<quoted text> I think Elvis would agree with Prufex. I know I do, but I would like to ad I wish he was eaten by a pack of wild dogs. I could watch with a coke and a bag of popcorn.
What happened to your cheese and chocolate?
I am at loss for words at the mentality of some of Elvis' so called fans. He would not applaud your attitude. He may not have liked Goldman, but he certainly would not be so EVIL in his response to someone's death!

I recently read where someone said we should not feed the trolls on message boards. I think I've been guilty of that, so it stops here. You and your "friends" will just have to starve.

You really have lost the plot.

DOE.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#9 Aug 5, 2014
dreamingofelvis wrote:
<quoted text>
What happened to your cheese and chocolate?
I am at loss for words at the mentality of some of Elvis' so called fans. He would not applaud your attitude. He may not have liked Goldman, but he certainly would not be so EVIL in his response to someone's death!
I recently read where someone said we should not feed the trolls on message boards. I think I've been guilty of that, so it stops here. You and your "friends" will just have to starve.
You really have lost the plot.
DOE.
I don't think Elvis would be foolish enough to be THAT forgiving. Remember what he said about people who said he was "strung out"? Remember that he wanted to have Mike Stone shot?

No, he was not that forgiving. And neither am I.
dreamingofelvis

Australia

#10 Aug 6, 2014
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think Elvis would be foolish enough to be THAT forgiving. Remember what he said about people who said he was "strung out"? Remember that he wanted to have Mike Stone shot?
No, he was not that forgiving. And neither am I.
Elvis got angry, but always tried to understand and forgive. Like I said, did it mean he liked what some people did. No of course he didn't, but he tried to emulate Jesus in his behaviour. I believe they were both big on that!

Yes, he did want Mike Stone shot. He wasn't the only one. He also wanted the same done to the Wests and Hebler. Some drug runners as well. Maybe even others, though I wasn't told about them. However, he always broke down apologized for thinking that way, and FORGAVE them. Given that, YOU are calling Elvis a fool.

DOE.
Lee

Burbank, CA

#11 Aug 6, 2014
dreamingofelvis wrote:
<quoted text>
Elvis got angry, but always tried to understand and forgive. Like I said, did it mean he liked what some people did. No of course he didn't, but he tried to emulate Jesus in his behaviour. I believe they were both big on that!
Yes, he did want Mike Stone shot. He wasn't the only one. He also wanted the same done to the Wests and Hebler. Some drug runners as well. Maybe even others, though I wasn't told about them. However, he always broke down apologized for thinking that way, and FORGAVE them. Given that, YOU are calling Elvis a fool.
DOE.
I don't think he forgave them. I think he realized he would ruin his reputation and go to jail. I know I don't forgive them.

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