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#1 Jan 28, 2014
Octo loves to get high
maybe he will die
put him in an old box
don't forget the lox
He meets the prince of dark
Now he has met his mark
says...I am not in the right place
yes you are he says in his face
this is your destiny..don't try and fight
poor old Octo...with his eyes all a fright...
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#2 Jan 29, 2014
Jermaine 7 wrote:
Octo loves to get high
maybe he will die
put him in an old box
don't forget the lox
He meets the prince of dark
Now he has met his mark
says...I am not in the right place
yes you are he says in his face
this is your destiny..don't try and fight
poor old Octo...with his eyes all a fright...
Are you pissed that your poem failed to upset me, Jermaine?

I like it though.:)

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#4 Jan 29, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Are you pissed that your poem failed to upset me, Jermaine?
I like it though.:)
Don't care...
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#5 Jan 29, 2014
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text> Don't care...
Still angry at me, Jermaine?

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#6 Jan 29, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Still angry at me, Jermaine?
not angry just sick of your down talkin jive.

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#9 Feb 1, 2014
Brilliant!
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#10 Feb 1, 2014
What happened to Jermaine's "Chickena$$" thread?

That was really funny.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#11 Feb 1, 2014
"Angel Of Death"

In the fear of unknown passage,
The fire of truth within the sands of time,
Crawling towards the rainbow of the serpent,
The kiss of eternal destiny,
Creeping steps into the mist of darkness,
The quiet realm of the enchanted moon,
Morphine madness in the forbidden shadows,
Lurking hooded giants within the circle of faith,
The unspeakable sins of filth,
The angel of death shall come,
From pain and torment,
The freak of human nature,
His corpse dehumanized and degraded,
Blood spilling from the witches curse of nightmares,
The demons gathering at the gate,
The screaming head,
His decaying flesh in the hollow trees,
His twisted mouth forced by hand,
His tiny honker pinched and bruised,
His llama eyes flickering rapidly,
The doctor pressing the cotton of feathered pillow,
The suffering soul of the wicked clown,
His slobbering tongue of poisonous toad,
And the stink of the seed exploding from the egg,
His limbs dancing in Satan's closet,
Inside the mountain...
The devil squeezing him like a disgusting pimple,
And his bobbling skull was struggling with labored breath,
The palms smothering his white clown face...
MICHAEL I WANT YOU BACK

UK

#12 Feb 1, 2014
Poem for octopus

Octopus sitting alone in the dark of the night
Never again will he see daylight
Dark days fell upon him
His house is surrounded by the ghosts of his past
They'll tear at his flesh
With all his sins and lies of the past
You cant stop them now
Theres nowhere to hide
Octopus will go black in a little while
They had more then one bite
The more Junk he posts
You can hear the sounds of his inhuman Moans and grumbles.and his fingernails scratching
Turning black.and his tounge twisted by his lies
And the smell of his decaying flesh
How he screams when the dark shadow follows him through the night.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#13 Feb 1, 2014
MICHAEL I WANT YOU BACK wrote:
Poem for octopus
Octopus sitting alone in the dark of the night
Never again will he see daylight
Dark days fell upon him
His house is surrounded by the ghosts of his past
They'll tear at his flesh
With all his sins and lies of the past
You cant stop them now
Theres nowhere to hide
Octopus will go black in a little while
They had more then one bite
The more Junk he posts
You can hear the sounds of his inhuman Moans and grumbles.and his fingernails scratching
Turning black.and his tounge twisted by his lies
And the smell of his decaying flesh
How he screams when the dark shadow follows him through the night.
Excellent and bold attempt at creativity there, Donna!

But I am afraid it is not very original, just like Michael when copying from superior artists...

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#16 Feb 2, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Excellent and bold attempt at creativity there, Donna!
But I am afraid it is not very original, just like Michael when copying from superior artists...
When did Michael copy from 'superior artists'?
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#17 Feb 2, 2014
smilemjj wrote:
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When did Michael copy from 'superior artists'?
Michael was always a dancer from early on when The Jackson 5 signed with Motown. Since other performers at Motown were singing and dancing, how was Michael doing anything original? James Brown, Jackie Wilson, The Temptations, The Four Tops and countless others were doing the same thing. As for superior artists, Stevie Wonder was blind but he started out in the business as a child years before Michael Jackson. Marvin Gaye even made superior musical records. As luck would have it, Michael hit at the right time in the early eighties with Thriller because Disco was pretty much over with in favor of arena rock and the rise of Heavy Metal. Michael hit big with the kiddie set but he was surrounded by eighties MTV artists but Prince was more for adults because he actually wrote songs and played instruments. He was more sexual that gave the music a certain edge with women. In my opinion, Prince was way superior because he acted in his own box office smash, "Purple Rain" and other obvious reasons.

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#19 Feb 2, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Michael was always a dancer from early on when The Jackson 5 signed with Motown. Since other performers at Motown were singing and dancing, how was Michael doing anything original? James Brown, Jackie Wilson, The Temptations, The Four Tops and countless others were doing the same thing. As for superior artists, Stevie Wonder was blind but he started out in the business as a child years before Michael Jackson. Marvin Gaye even made superior musical records. As luck would have it, Michael hit at the right time in the early eighties with Thriller because Disco was pretty much over with in favor of arena rock and the rise of Heavy Metal. Michael hit big with the kiddie set but he was surrounded by eighties MTV artists but Prince was more for adults because he actually wrote songs and played instruments. He was more sexual that gave the music a certain edge with women. In my opinion, Prince was way superior because he acted in his own box office smash, "Purple Rain" and other obvious reasons.
Every artist gets inspiration from people they admire and appreciate, singers, performers, painters, anybody who contributes to the arts leave a legacy and an example that's emulated by others in the field. Michael admired many artists and many artists admired his talent. This is not copying.
As for the definition of 'superior artists', it's merely a matter of opinions and preferences. What or who you like, others dislike, it's just the way the world goes. Artists are people, and as such they're all different, not 'superior' or 'inferior'.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#20 Feb 3, 2014
smilemjj wrote:
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Every artist gets inspiration from people they admire and appreciate, singers, performers, painters, anybody who contributes to the arts leave a legacy and an example that's emulated by others in the field. Michael admired many artists and many artists admired his talent. This is not copying.
As for the definition of 'superior artists', it's merely a matter of opinions and preferences. What or who you like, others dislike, it's just the way the world goes. Artists are people, and as such they're all different, not 'superior' or 'inferior'.
Michael was basically bubble gum pop or just eightes dance music with a few ballads thrown in for good messure. He was very popular with the kiddie set that grew up with that kind of music in the eighties. Since Michael was heavily promoted, he was very successful. However, I never bought music because it happens to be a top seller. I buy music because I like the music that is on the disc by the band or perfformer. There are many lesser known artists who made great albums that are superior than Michael Jackson. You would just have to have a deeper ear and search a little harder to find them. You do not have to explore but if you do, you will hear some incredible stuff. In a way, by being too overplayed, Michael hurt himself. But then again, he needed attention at all times. He also had an over inflated ego and a complex that turned off a lot of people. I do not follow what others tell me. I find what I like myself. That is part of the fun of discovering great music. I never stay in one place. It may be based on opinion and everyone seems to have a different one but I rather listen to something with a little more substance. It doesn't have to be played on the radio.

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#21 Feb 3, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Michael was basically bubble gum pop or just eightes dance music with a few ballads thrown in for good messure. He was very popular with the kiddie set that grew up with that kind of music in the eighties. Since Michael was heavily promoted, he was very successful. However, I never bought music because it happens to be a top seller. I buy music because I like the music that is on the disc by the band or perfformer. There are many lesser known artists who made great albums that are superior than Michael Jackson. You would just have to have a deeper ear and search a little harder to find them. You do not have to explore but if you do, you will hear some incredible stuff. In a way, by being too overplayed, Michael hurt himself. But then again, he needed attention at all times. He also had an over inflated ego and a complex that turned off a lot of people. I do not follow what others tell me. I find what I like myself. That is part of the fun of discovering great music. I never stay in one place. It may be based on opinion and everyone seems to have a different one but I rather listen to something with a little more substance. It doesn't have to be played on the radio.
That was exactly my point, which you deliberatly ignored, choosing to attack Michael Jackson's name instead, once again.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#22 Feb 4, 2014
smilemjj wrote:
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That was exactly my point, which you deliberatly ignored, choosing to attack Michael Jackson's name instead, once again.
He was heavily promoted because had a massive public relations team working with him to create news to keep his name out there. That would include tabliods. It was because it made him money with very little effort and got him loads of attention that he craved. It was all about selling the music by inflating numbers to satisfy his ego. That is one of the reasons that he was such a clown. As art, his albums were kiddie like that of Barney, Bugs Bunny or Bozo The Clown. No real substance to chew on except for kids under five or ten. Eighties kids though. Definitely watered down pop vocals over pumping beats with sappy ballads. He certainly wasn't Journey with Steve Perry. They let the music be the focus and cut the albums and did the concerts every year therefore, had something new to present musically that showed growth as artists. Michael waited four or five years between releases.

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#23 Feb 4, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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He was heavily promoted because had a massive public relations team working with him to create news to keep his name out there. That would include tabliods. It was because it made him money with very little effort and got him loads of attention that he craved. It was all about selling the music by inflating numbers to satisfy his ego. That is one of the reasons that he was such a clown. As art, his albums were kiddie like that of Barney, Bugs Bunny or Bozo The Clown. No real substance to chew on except for kids under five or ten. Eighties kids though. Definitely watered down pop vocals over pumping beats with sappy ballads. He certainly wasn't Journey with Steve Perry. They let the music be the focus and cut the albums and did the concerts every year therefore, had something new to present musically that showed growth as artists. Michael waited four or five years between releases.
MJ was not like that...you got a big ego..octo...lol...bigggggggggg ggggggggggggggggggggggggggg ego...lol...
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#25 Feb 4, 2014
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>MJ was not like that...you got a big ego..octo...lol...bigggggggggg ggggggggggggggggggggggggggg ego...lol...
Get outta here.

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