Instant Karma's gonna get you

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“I DON'T SUCK DlCK”

Since: Jul 12

UNITED NATIONS

#1 Jul 11, 2012
Last night my husband was pacing the floor shouting about Michael Jackson's Earth Song and saying what a hypocrite he was to write it because he didn't live by what he preached. I agreed with him 100% so we had a nice civilized conversation. Then, because things seemed to be going well for once, and we were sharing an intimate moment where we were both on the same page ( a rare event), I said 'John Lennon was a hypocrite too' and that's when his eyes started bulging, that big angry vein in his neck started pumping, and he because a madman again.

Anyway, I snuck downstairs this morning leaving him snoring, mumbling and scratching his balls, and I found this on Google.

"Lennon was a perfect example of someone who lived by the hypocritical dictum of “do as I say, not as I do.” As his critics sometimes point out, all you have to do is go straight to his songs. The man who sang “imagine no possessions” lived a millionaire’s life in a posh New York hotel. The man who sang “imagine no religion” was obsessed with every spiritual and New Age fad that came his way, including Hindu meditation, the I-Ching, and astrology of all kinds. The man who sang “all you need is love” was a bitter, violent, and angry man who abused his family and friends. The man who praised having “nothing to kill or die for” helped finance and publicize radical groups who extolled the use of violence. Quite literally everything his fans see personified in the icon of John Lennon are ideals the man himself either couldn’t or wouldn’t live up to."



Discuss please. I have series 1-9 of of Desperate Housewives to watch, and I can't do that with him breathing down my neck. If you could tie him up for,oh, 600 or so posts, that would be god. I'l let you know when you can let him off your hook.

Appreciated!

“I DON'T SUCK DlCK”

Since: Jul 12

UNITED NATIONS

#2 Jul 11, 2012
Ignore my typos if you can. I hardly ever get to use the desktop because he's always on it so my typing skills are rusty. And I had to do this real quick before he wakes because if he can't smell sausages when he opens his eyes I really have it coming.

Here I go to the kitchen, the place where women are supposed to exist, when they're not being maid in the living room and a whore in the bedroom, that is.

Coming dear, the kettle's on....
Aunt Mimi

UK

#3 Jul 11, 2012
He called me Aunt Mimi. The working classes of the day used the word auntie. It was only middle class families such as ours that said aunt, and then he had the audacity to write about being a working class hero. Where did he come up with that stuff? How I used to roll my eyes and laugh when I would find his lyrics hidden under the doilies and the antimacassars.

Clever old John. He fooled them for a long, long time.

“VITILIGO”

Since: Jun 10

IS A BIOTCH

#4 Jul 12, 2012
Thank you for this, Mrs K. I ran it via Google and the entire list came up. Very interesting stuff.

http://listverse.com/2012/05/12/top-10-unplea...

An emotionally abusive, wife beating pathological liar who was politically clueless.

I've seen those traits recently. Your husband doesn't wear little round glasses, does he?

Since: Mar 11

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#5 Jul 16, 2012
John Lennon admitted he wasn't a perfect husband or father in his first marriage. He was too busy being "a star."

That's why he turned his back on the music industry to retreat to a secluded New York estate to be a devoted househusband to Sean with his beloved Yoko. As soon as Sean was old enough, John and Yoko returned to NYC to record one of the best albums of his career before he was senselessly murdered.

Isn't it interesting how feminists concentrate on John's faults to completely dismiss his humanitarian efforts and his parternal commitments to Sean and Yoko during the final years of his life?

Pretty sickening, actually.

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#6 Jul 16, 2012
"paternal"

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#7 Jul 16, 2012
You see, that outlines the vast differences between real men like John Lennon and phony, drug addicted pedophiles like Michael Jackson.

John wasn't afraid to admit his faults. He said, "Yes, I've made mistakes in my life. I'm human."

When was the last time you heard MJ say that????

Unlike the "King of Pop" (a name he invented for himself.) John didn't think the whole world needed to love him and that he was gonna "heal the world" by taking other people's children to bed with him.

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#9 Jul 16, 2012
What does a pompous, loudmouth feminist sound like?

Someone that writes how an outspoken, honest human being like John Lennon is "an emotionally abusive, wife beating pathological liar who was politically clueless."

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#10 Jul 16, 2012
Don't get me started on someone that's so desperate and weak, they have to imitate the spouse of another person so they can talk trash about them.

Pathetic.

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#11 Jul 16, 2012
Apparently, if all you know about life is what you've read in this forum, we're supposed to condemn a man that was too busy being a star to be a good husband and father but we're supposed to admire someone impersonating another person's loved one to tell lies about that individual.

(A spouse that has absolutely no involvement with Topix or this forum, incidently. She just happens to be the wife of someone that writes things that others don't agree with.)

I was watching "American President" last night. Michael Douglas plays the US president and he made an interesting point.

"You want free speech? Let's see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil, who's standing center stage and advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing at the top of yours. You want to claim this land as the land of the free? Then the symbol of your country can't just be a flag; the symbol also has to be one of its citizens exercising his right to burn that flag in protest. Show me that, defend that, celebrate that in your classrooms. Then, you can stand up and sing about the "land of the free".

I say God bless our freedom of speech and f*ck anyone that tries to disgrace someone for using it.

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#12 Jul 16, 2012
"The thing the '60s did was show us the possibility and the responsibility that we all had. It wasn't the answer. It just gave us a glimpse of the possibility.

And in the '70s everybody's going nah, nah, nah. And possibly, in the '80s, everyone will say, well, okay, let's project the positive side of life again.

You have to give thanks to God or whatever it is up there for the fact that we all survived. We all survived Vietnam or Watergate or the tremendous upheaval of the whole world. It's changed. We (the Beatles) were the hits of the '60s, but the world is not like the '60s.

I am going into an unknown future, but we're still all here. We're still wild about life, there's hope!"

-John Lennon

What an a**hole, huh?

Now it's 2012. You're another year older and what have YOU done?

Put other people down for not thinking the way you do?

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#13 Jul 16, 2012
This post is amply titled.

Not cuz John Lennon was "an emotionally abusive, wife beating pathological liar who was politically clueless,"

BUT

Instant Karma IS gonna get you!!

It already got Michael Jackson!!

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#14 Jul 16, 2012
INSTANT KARMA

Instant Karma's gonna get you
Gonna knock you right in the head
You better get yourself together
Pretty soon your gonna be dead

What in the world you thinking of?
Laughing in the face of love
What on Earth you tryna do?
It's up to you, yeah, you

Instant Karma's gonna get you
Gonna knock you right in the face
You better get yourself together darling
Join the human race

How in the world you gonna see?
Laughing at fools like me
Who on Earth do you think you are?
A superstar? Well, right you are

And we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Well, we all shine on
Everyone, c'mon

Instant Karma's gonna get you
Gonna knock you off your feet
Better recognize your brothers
Everyone you meet

Why in the world are we here?
Surely not to live in pain and fear
Why on Earth are you there
When you're everywhere
Gonna get your share

Well, we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Yeah, we all shine on
C'mon and on and on, on, on

This is about ALL OF US!!
Laurie

Moncton, Canada

#15 Aug 20, 2012
Mrs krackerjacks wrote:
Last night my husband was pacing the floor shouting about Michael Jackson's Earth Song and saying what a hypocrite he was to write it because he didn't live by what he preached. I agreed with him 100% so we had a nice civilized conversation. Then, because things seemed to be going well for once, and we were sharing an intimate moment where we were both on the same page ( a rare event), I said 'John Lennon was a hypocrite too' and that's when his eyes started bulging, that big angry vein in his neck started pumping, and he because a madman again.
Anyway, I snuck downstairs this morning leaving him snoring, mumbling and scratching his balls, and I found this on Google.
"Lennon was a perfect example of someone who lived by the hypocritical dictum of “do as I say, not as I do.” As his critics sometimes point out, all you have to do is go straight to his songs. The man who sang “imagine no possessions” lived a millionaire’s life in a posh New York hotel. The man who sang “imagine no religion” was obsessed with every spiritual and New Age fad that came his way, including Hindu meditation, the I-Ching, and astrology of all kinds. The man who sang “all you need is love” was a bitter, violent, and angry man who abused his family and friends. The man who praised having “nothing to kill or die for” helped finance and publicize radical groups who extolled the use of violence. Quite literally everything his fans see personified in the icon of John Lennon are ideals the man himself either couldn’t or wouldn’t live up to."
Discuss please. I have series 1-9 of of Desperate Housewives to watch, and I can't do that with him breathing down my neck. If you could tie him up for,oh, 600 or so posts, that would be god. I'l let you know when you can let him off your hook.
Appreciated!
So strange I read this, your husband is right , I have to agree, MJ DID NOT LIVE BY ONE WORD, and he has been send messages that from above. HIs song "all in your name" perfect example of not living by his words.

Man in the mirror another perfect example of how he oh just loved to help everyone. He only helped them if they were already working, had a house or a nice car and a good job and if not he would help them for his own benefit while watching others suffer, so I agree with your husband, yep perfect example of his songs. Lets not forget Will you be there.....he wasn't there for anyone unless he paid them for his own benefit. Trust me he is not anywhere close to what God wants from him

karma does come around.....to bad he died not know real genuine love or find someone besides teens

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