Who's the King, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, the Beatles?

Jul 8, 2009 Full story: Associated Content 7,197

Who's the king of the three leading major players of the past half century? That is a tough one to decide, but one must consider carefully the accomplishments and the styles in order to make a conclusion.

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Shock

New York, NY

#5437 Nov 14, 2012
Pelvis isn't performing any of those video shows that you and skinhead keep boring us about. How stupid do you have to be to travel across the country to attend a video show. You can go to any mom and pops video store and pick that garbage up on vhs for $1.99. That don't prove pelvis is popular, just proves his fans are ULTRA STUPID!

Since: Jun 12

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#5438 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
Pelvis isn't performing any of those video shows that you and skinhead keep boring us about. How stupid do you have to be to travel across the country to attend a video show. You can go to any mom and pops video store and pick that garbage up on vhs for $1.99. That don't prove pelvis is popular, just proves his fans are ULTRA STUPID!
What are you rambling about?

I've seen MJ DVD's and memorabilia at The Dollar Tree.

I've also seen his used CD's collect dust in second hand shops.

Who has VHS anymore, goofy?
Shock

New York, NY

#5439 Nov 14, 2012
octo wrote:
<quoted text>
"Bad 25" is at the bottom of the billboard charts after only 6 weeks.
Besides, Elvis's catalog has been re-released on different titles.
Still selling, dude.
The Jackson 5 and The Jacksons are chocked full of throwaway junk.
That is way they sit in clearance bins unsold and dusty.
you can't expect anything more from your dusty 1 horse town of 50. Everyone there are pelvis fans and related. Even the places you travel (Vegas) is pelvis territory because your wife cherry pick where you go.
Shock

New York, NY

#5440 Nov 14, 2012
octo wrote:
<quoted text>
What are you rambling about?
I've seen MJ DVD's and memorabilia at The Dollar Tree.
I've also seen his used CD's collect dust in second hand shops.
Who has VHS anymore, goofy?
yeah, you keep saying that but I have to remind you that's only in your dusty outdated walmart. Tell your wife that Shock said let you loose to see the real USA.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#5441 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
Pelvis isn't performing any of those video shows that you and skinhead keep boring us about. How stupid do you have to be to travel across the country to attend a video show. You can go to any mom and pops video store and pick that garbage up on vhs for $1.99. That don't prove pelvis is popular, just proves his fans are ULTRA STUPID!
Elvis is popular , I know people of all ages that like Elvis. Thirty five years after his death people are still drawn to his music and image.
Shock

New York, NY

#5442 Nov 14, 2012
Making men cry and faint is the ultimate sign of greatness.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5443 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
<quoted text>call it what you want but pelvis...there, I finally gave into the temptation and said it, didn't have what it took to make them cry nor does anyone else. Btw, you're the last to talk about guys being like women, you don't wear the pants in your household. Your wife tells you when to sleep, when and where and what to eat, what dress to wear and she's no doubt the reason you listen to pelvis. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black, you're pathetically WEAK!
Women cried and screamed at Elvis concerts, you dipshit.

The guys actually watched the performance.

A friend of mine saw Elvis over 100 times in the seventies.

He said that in Vegas, he once pissed in a bottle under the table.

He didn't want to miss anything by going to the men's room.

But he never screamed and cried like a woman.

I've heard a concert where this guy grabbed a scarf from a woman.

Elvis saw it and said something to the dude from the stage.

He said, "I throw these things out for women, not guys"

He was pissed. It was funny though.

You actually think its cool for men to faint over the grasshopper.

Wow.
Shock

New York, NY

#5444 Nov 14, 2012
jim - wrote:
<quoted text>Elvis is popular , I know people of all ages that like Elvis. Thirty five years after his death people are still drawn to his music and image.
yeah, all ages from 50 and up.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5445 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
<quoted text>you can't expect anything more from your dusty 1 horse town of 50. Everyone there are pelvis fans and related. Even the places you travel (Vegas) is pelvis territory because your wife cherry pick where you go.
Dude, my Elvis fan friends live in the Bronx and Long Island.

You fail.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5446 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, you keep saying that but I have to remind you that's only in your dusty outdated walmart. Tell your wife that Shock said let you loose to see the real USA.
Las Vegas to Memphis.

We've spent two weeks in Las Vegas on our honeymoon.

We've been to Memphis this past May and met Lisa Marie.

You're just sore because you paid too much for "Bad 25"

It is already clearance material, just like the rest of them.

The clown can even be purchased at flea markets.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5447 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
Making men cry and faint is the ultimate sign of greatness.
Making men cry and faint is the ultimate sign of weakness of floons.
shock

New York, NY

#5448 Nov 14, 2012
octo wrote:
<quoted text>
Women cried and screamed at Elvis concerts, you dipshit.
The guys actually watched the performance.
A friend of mine saw Elvis over 100 times in the seventies.
He said that in Vegas, he once pissed in a bottle under the table.
He didn't want to miss anything by going to the men's room.
But he never screamed and cried like a woman.
I've heard a concert where this guy grabbed a scarf from a woman.
Elvis saw it and said something to the dude from the stage.
He said, "I throw these things out for women, not guys"
He was pissed. It was funny though.
You actually think its cool for men to faint over the grasshopper.
Wow.
men didn't cry at his concerts because pelvis couldn't bring it out of them. that takes an extremely special and extremely unique talent that only Michael had.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5449 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, all ages from 50 and up.
I've been to Graceland many times, dude.

All ages.
shock

New York, NY

#5450 Nov 14, 2012
octo wrote:
<quoted text>
Las Vegas to Memphis.
We've spent two weeks in Las Vegas on our honeymoon.
We've been to Memphis this past May and met Lisa Marie.
You're just sore because you paid too much for "Bad 25"
It is already clearance material, just like the rest of them.
The clown can even be purchased at flea markets.
you won't admit it but i'm sure lisa only talked about Michael the whole time even when you tried to divert the conversation. Michael was all that was worth talking about and worlds away more important than her father.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5451 Nov 14, 2012
shock wrote:
<quoted text>you won't admit it but i'm sure lisa only talked about Michael the whole time even when you tried to divert the conversation. Michael was all that was worth talking about and worlds away more important than her father.
She was at Sun Records signing her new CD.

Sun is Elvis turf.

No Michael.

There were 2000 Elvis fans in line.

We had to wait to get into the building but it was worth it.

A lot of fun.

We chatted with Lisa Marie.

Her father is more important than her fake marriage to MJ.

She said nothing about the grasshopper at Sun studios.

Honestly.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#5452 Nov 14, 2012
shock wrote:
<quoted text>men didn't cry at his concerts because pelvis couldn't bring it out of them. that takes an extremely special and extremely unique talent that only Michael had.
Dude, some men tried to kiss him but Elvis moved very fast!

It is on film.

“VITILIGO”

Since: Jun 10

IS A BIOTCH

#5453 Nov 14, 2012
Just booked to take my boys to Memphis next July - flying to Las Vegas then on to Memphis, Tupelo, Smokey Mountains and then a flight to New York. Cannot wait!

If I'm very lucky I might see freespirit when I'm there because apparently she wasn't able to go this year despite paying for the flights and hotel in full via a travel agent. Poor thing, she must have been gutted. Perhaps she'll be staying at The Peabody when we're there and we can have a nice little catch up.

Since: Jun 12

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#5454 Nov 14, 2012
shock wrote:
<quoted text>men didn't cry at his concerts because pelvis couldn't bring it out of them. that takes an extremely special and extremely unique talent that only Michael had.
Elvis had women throw their wet panties up on stage.

I have a photo of Elvis picking a pair of them up in 1974.

The woman had written his name on them.

The look on his face was hilariously funny.

Elvis had a great sense of humor and had a lot of fun with his fans.

You're bragging about the silliness of homosexuals at MJ concerts?

Whatever.
True EP Fan

Ennis, TX

#5455 Nov 14, 2012
Shock wrote:
Making men cry and faint is the ultimate sign of greatness.
You mean the ultimate sign of gayness.
King Elvis

Sydney, Australia

#5458 Nov 14, 2012
shock wrote:
wow...it boggles the mind every time i think about the sells of Thriller(110mil. and counting
Nope, not even close.

Try 42 million for Thriller.

Of course, shock the cock, if you can provide us with official sales figures of 110 million, then go right ahead.

Hint: MTV has made the 110 million as an estimate only, so don't bother posting that.

WHY must floons lie?

Oh, and guess what.

The Eagles Greatest Hits is now OFFICIALLY the biggest selling album of all time, finally surpassing Thriller, according to the RIAA.

http://www.riaa.com/newsitem.php...

"Earlier this year, it caught up with “Thriller,” at the 25 million sales mark. Today, as it reaches 26 million, it stands as the best-selling album of all time."

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