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Michael Jackson - The most popular man in the world.

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ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#1 Sep 7, 2012
Three years after his death, MJ has a forum where people spend their every waking hour on him.

No one in this world comes close to MJ.

He is the MOST popular man in the world.
And, if this forum continues, and I'm sure it will,
MJ will always be remembered and loved.

Haterz are just confirming his legacy for all time!

Thank you haterz, please never stop!

Fortunately, where their is hate, there is love.
And, love will conquer hate in the end, or the world will end.

Love must win, for all humanities sake and, it will!!!

InDaHouse

“New year, more f'loon denial”

Since: Jul 10

Dark Recesses, Your Mind

#2 Sep 9, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
Three years after his death, MJ has a forum where people spend their every waking hour on him.
No one in this world comes close to MJ.
He is the MOST popular man in the world.
And, if this forum continues, and I'm sure it will,
MJ will always be remembered and loved.
Haterz are just confirming his legacy for all time!
Thank you haterz, please never stop!
Fortunately, where their is hate, there is love.
And, love will conquer hate in the end, or the world will end.
Love must win, for all humanities sake and, it will!!!
Reverse psycholgy stops working on ordinary people from about age 5 - just because it works on f'loons of any age doesn't mean it works on sane people, Mr Racist Homophobe.
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#3 Sep 9, 2012
InDaHouse wrote:
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Reverse psycholgy stops working on ordinary people from about age 5 - just because it works on f'loons of any age doesn't mean it works on sane people, Mr Racist Homophobe.
You are always good for a laugh. It sure got you to respond, didn't it?
I guess that makes you under 5 yrs. old.

Your childish behavior and lack of understanding facts, truth and logic sure agree with your age proposition as well.

I guess since you couldn't argue my logic in this post, you had to try to resort to insults, and yet you ended up insulting yourself.

Please come again, I need another laugh.

Since: May 12

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#4 Sep 9, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
And, love will conquer hate in the end, or the world will end.
Love must win, for all humanities sake and, it will!!!
Yes, love will win.

InDaHouse

“New year, more f'loon denial”

Since: Jul 10

Dark Recesses, Your Mind

#5 Sep 10, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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You are always good for a laugh. It sure got you to respond, didn't it?
I guess that makes you under 5 yrs. old.
Your childish behavior and lack of understanding facts, truth and logic sure agree with your age proposition as well.
I guess since you couldn't argue my logic in this post, you had to try to resort to insults, and yet you ended up insulting yourself.
Please come again, I need another laugh.
What logic? Your premise is entirely false. If you had come from the fact that Wacko is infamous, you might have a point to make.
Hoots McScrottle

UK

#6 Sep 15, 2012
we still discuss Hitler's crimes, but that doesn't mean we love him. Most of us here discuss Scary Poppins and his abuse of boys and chimps, his wigs, his bogus children, and various other aspects of his "career" . Next we will discuss how and why he took 2 boys to a hotel in Vegas and spread doo over the whole room.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#7 Sep 15, 2012
Hoots McScrottle wrote:
we still discuss Hitler's crimes, but that doesn't mean we love him. Most of us here discuss Scary Poppins and his abuse of boys and chimps, his wigs, his bogus children, and various other aspects of his "career" . Next we will discuss how and why he took 2 boys to a hotel in Vegas and spread doo over the whole room.
I agree. Anyone that believes that because people will always talk about MJ means he will always be remembered lovingly must not be paying attention to what is being said about him.

For every comment that calls him a great man is another that calls him a child molester. Just because his fans cling to the squeaky clean image they formed of this man a long time ago doesn't mean he'll go down in the history books that way.

MJ permanently destroyed his reputation for billions of people.
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#8 Sep 15, 2012
ononothimagin wrote:
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I agree. Anyone that believes that because people will always talk about MJ means he will always be remembered lovingly must not be paying attention to what is being said about him.
For every comment that calls him a great man is another that calls him a child molester. Just because his fans cling to the squeaky clean image they formed of this man a long time ago doesn't mean he'll go down in the history books that way.
MJ permanently destroyed his reputation for billions of people.
This is only how your sick mind wants MJ to be remembered.
All you are doing is creating controversy, that fuels his memory for people who loved his gifts, and the kind things MJ did with his talents.

I'm done with you. I won't give you any further recognition.
You cannot make a life for yourself trying to condemn someone who did positive things in his life, with your negativity.

Your negativity makes you less than nothing. Nothing positive will ever come out of your life if you continue on this way.

I will not encourage negativity. Bye.
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#9 Sep 15, 2012
Hoots McScrottle wrote:
we still discuss Hitler's crimes, but that doesn't mean we love him. Most of us here discuss Scary Poppins and his abuse of boys and chimps, his wigs, his bogus children, and various other aspects of his "career" . Next we will discuss how and why he took 2 boys to a hotel in Vegas and spread doo over the whole room.
You racists just make things up as you go along. Brilliant and funny? NOT!!

Sick, twisted and demented? YES!!

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#10 Sep 15, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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This is only how your sick mind wants MJ to be remembered.
All you are doing is creating controversy, that fuels his memory for people who loved his gifts, and the kind things MJ did with his talents.
I'm done with you. I won't give you any further recognition.
You cannot make a life for yourself trying to condemn someone who did positive things in his life, with your negativity.
Your negativity makes you less than nothing. Nothing positive will ever come out of your life if you continue on this way.
I will not encourage negativity. Bye.
He was a brilliant performer, I'll give you that. If that's all that matters, then he's top of the heap.

The problem is that he was an extremely flawed individual. A lifetime of fame and wealth went to his head and he wasn't one of us anymore. If you want to remember him for the contributions he made to the world of entertainment, go ahead. I'm just saying he'll never be remembered as a great humanitarian.
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#11 Sep 15, 2012
InDaHouse wrote:
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What logic? Your premise is entirely false. If you had come from the fact that Wacko is infamous, you might have a point to make.
Your mind is twisted and closed to reason, truth or logic. So, really what's the point?

Your twisted mind won't convince rational, sane people. It is similar to the twisted mind of Charles Manson. Did people ever listen to him?
NO!!

Will rational and sane people ever listen and accept your twisted mind?
NO!!

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#12 Sep 15, 2012
Making a plea for global tolerance during his “We Are The World” days is a far cry from pleading for mercy so he can continue to do what would get the rest of us thrown in jail. That just doesn’t sound very neighborly to me. What happened to “WE” are the world? That sounds more like “I am your savior. Love me!” Michael Jackson couldn’t have saved the human race. He couldn’t even save himself. When Michael Jackson said that the world would be a better place if more adults would take children to bed with them, he didn’t really think that would happen. It was just pedophile talk for,“Why won’t you people leave me alone? You say that I make you happy with my music. Well, having sex with boys makes me happy! That’s a fair trade, isn’t it?”

Millions refuse to admit this. They grew up with him. They consider his problems, their problems. To admit that he made mistakes would be the same as admitting they’ve made mistakes. Many will insist that in the face of uncertainty, it’s best to accept Jackson’s innocence. The mystique surrounding this man is part of what his loyal following love about him. I believe that the way so many people want to keep his private life shrouded in a cloak of glamorous mystery indicates that he was guilty and as time marches on, more people that know the torrid details of Michael Jackson’s secret life will come forward.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#13 Sep 15, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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Your twisted mind won't convince rational, sane people. It is similar to the twisted mind of Charles Manson. Did people ever listen to him?
So anyone who dislikes washed-up pedo pop stars is now likened to Charlie Manson? Have you ever heard of the term,'empty hyperbole', Chassy? Didn't think so.

Say it again:'NAM-bla'
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#14 Sep 15, 2012
ononothimagin wrote:
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He was a brilliant performer, I'll give you that. If that's all that matters, then he's top of the heap.
The problem is that he was an extremely flawed individual. A lifetime of fame and wealth went to his head and he wasn't one of us anymore. If you want to remember him for the contributions he made to the world of entertainment, go ahead. I'm just saying he'll never be remembered as a great humanitarian.
Bye.
ChasUGC

Long Beach, CA

#15 Sep 15, 2012
An NFL Fan wrote:
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So anyone who dislikes washed-up pedo pop stars is now likened to Charlie Manson? Have you ever heard of the term,'empty hyperbole', Chassy? Didn't think so.
Say it again:'NAM-bla'
Obsessed with NAMBLA too now, aren't you?

I think you are the pedophile. You seem to have done a lot of research on NAMBLA?

Why? Why would anyone, but a pedophile, be interested in researching NAMBLA?

MJ didn't research NAMBLA.

But, clearly you have.

I bet researching NAMBLA give you a hard on too. Otherwise, why would you continue with such detailed investigations on NAMBLA?

Don't blame it on MJ. MJ never talked about NAMBLA, only you.

Sick man. Plain sick. You are really one sick perverted individual.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#16 Sep 15, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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Obsessed with NAMBLA too now, aren't you?
NAMBLA?
Why? Why would anyone, but me, a pedophile, be interested in researching NAMBLA?

MJ didn't research NAMBLA.
But, clearly I have.

I been researching NAMBLA and it gives me a hard on. NAMBLA?

MJ talked about NAMBLA, and now I do.

I'm a Sick man. I'm Plain sick. I am really one sick perverted individual.
You're obviously having panic attacks from the very mention of the subject, Chassy. How would YOU know Wacko Jacko didn't know of NAMBLA? He insisted that he knew of other middle aged men who also slept with children.

At least you're now repeating the word which frightens you so deeply. It's a first step to accepting who you really are.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#17 Sep 15, 2012
ChasUGC wrote:
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Bye.
You said that already.

Dear me, you are an angry little bugger, aren't you?

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#20 Sep 15, 2012
ononothimagin wrote:
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He was a brilliant performer, I'll give you that. If that's all that matters, then he's top of the heap.
The problem is that he was an extremely flawed individual. A lifetime of fame and wealth went to his head and he wasn't one of us anymore. If you want to remember him for the contributions he made to the world of entertainment, go ahead. I'm just saying he'll never be remembered as a great humanitarian.
Take a look at your own life Kracker.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#21 Sep 15, 2012
ononothimagin wrote:
Making a plea for global tolerance during his “We Are The World” days is a far cry from pleading for mercy so he can continue to do what would get the rest of us thrown in jail. That just doesn’t sound very neighborly to me. What happened to “WE” are the world? That sounds more like “I am your savior. Love me!” Michael Jackson couldn’t have saved the human race. He couldn’t even save himself. When Michael Jackson said that the world would be a better place if more adults would take children to bed with them, he didn’t really think that would happen. It was just pedophile talk for,“Why won’t you people leave me alone? You say that I make you happy with my music. Well, having sex with boys makes me happy! That’s a fair trade, isn’t it?”
Millions refuse to admit this. They grew up with him. They consider his problems, their problems. To admit that he made mistakes would be the same as admitting they’ve made mistakes. Many will insist that in the face of uncertainty, it’s best to accept Jackson’s innocence. The mystique surrounding this man is part of what his loyal following love about him. I believe that the way so many people want to keep his private life shrouded in a cloak of glamorous mystery indicates that he was guilty and as time marches on, more people that know the torrid details of Michael Jackson’s secret life will come forward.
More of your f..king nonsence. Fix your own life.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#22 Sep 15, 2012
ononothimagin wrote:
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You said that already.
Dear me, you are an angry little bugger, aren't you?
Chas angry? My God man take a look in the mirror!!!

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