remembering the dead (a-holes)

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  1. DCortez

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    I couldn't have said it better:happy0001:
     
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    I just encourage people to be respectful but not to lie.

    Therefore, I didn't say much about TK.

    I will say that MJ actually accomplished something in his life. In his day, Michael Jackson was one of the greatest musicians that ever lived. At the age of 9, he had the depth of emotion in his singing that have been matched by precious few singers thoughout history. The Thriller album, it can be argued, saved the music industry in the '80s. After a decade of disco crap in the '70s, and then techno-bop-ity-bop (Boy George, Devo, Duran Duran) of the '80s, the industry was ready for something with a bit of depth. Then Quincy Jones produced Thriller and not only was it good, it got people back in the record stores. Once people picked up their copy, then they hung around and usually bought something else.

    Then MJ started dressing like a Polinesian drum major and thinking he was Peter Pan, sleepin in tubes and changing his face.

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  5. DCortez

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    Wait til G "Pet Shop Boy" M reads that. :icon_popcorn:


    Back to your point, no need to lie about me when I'm gone. My friends and family already know what kind of guy I am. Speaking the truth would only make them laugh anyway...
     

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