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#386059 - 06/26/09 08:44 PM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Discipline]
Enigma777 Offline


Registered: 02/17/08
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Just a small note, sleeping with a child of another is perfectly acceptable in some cultures of the world.

Mike was rich and different, people wanted to be famous and get part of his money.

So they file lawsuits and make ridiculous rumors.

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#386061 - 06/26/09 08:58 PM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Enigma777]
Phineas Offline
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Then he should have moved to that part of the world and become a member of that culture.

The laws and culture in the US are what they are. The COS does not condone illegal activities, and strongly urges members to behave accordingly.

The same goes for drug use and abuse, another one of Wacko Jacko's little habits.
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#386063 - 06/26/09 09:06 PM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Enigma777]
Enigma777 Offline


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Sexual Harassment: When a guy says something nice to a girl.

Pedophilia: When someone shows love for children.

There are some places where if a dad holds his daughter's hands, you can ruin his life by reporting him for being suspicious.
I would think, it should be encouraged that a father hold his young daughter's hands at times.


And on another note, yes I agree that Negroes get pardoned too much here in America because they are Negroes.
It is unfortunate, annoying, and another problem that should be fixed.


Edited by Enigma777 (06/26/09 09:06 PM)

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#386065 - 06/26/09 09:24 PM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Enigma777]
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Registered: 06/20/09
Posts: 32
Loc: Harlingen, TX
this is ture. its the way society is now a days.

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#386074 - 06/26/09 11:31 PM Re: The King has fallen! [Re: Phineas]
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Registered: 02/11/06
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Loc: northwest
Fair enough, you both bring up things that I had forgotten about.

Mostly I remember being a kid and watching in amazement.

There are definately some things that I still highly admire as far as his professional career goes.

350 million copies is a feat not many have seen, ever. And I guess I have a little bit of what my father instilled in me such as respect for the dead. Thats all.

I'm not judging others views on this matter however, you may think and do what you will, in the end it really doesn't effect me one way or the other.
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#386079 - 06/27/09 12:11 AM Re: The King has fallen! [Re: Enigma777]
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Eccentric - You bet. Is that a 'bad' thing? Nah

What he did to his face - eh, I've seen worse. Joan Rivers comes to mind. grin

I have my doubts about the accusations against him.

What I can say for sure is the man had some cool moves on the dance floor.

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#386081 - 06/27/09 12:36 AM Re: The King has fallen! [Re: S810]
Phineas Offline
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I'm not judging others views on this matter however, you may think and do what you will, in the end it really doesn't effect me one way or the other.

That's the spirit!
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"I'm fascinated with how primitive the human mind still is. It can be misdirected so easily." John Gaughan


"Success is uncommon. Therefore, not to be enjoyed by the common man." Cal Stoll

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#386082 - 06/27/09 12:48 AM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Phineas]
Enigma777 Offline


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Posts: 291
Drugs?

Mike had many health problems and went through a lot of stress.
His hair and skin was caught on fire. He suffered many pains.
He had to take pain killers and medications. His doctors prescribed a lot of things. I also suspect a bit of foul play in their part. You know how people are nowadays.

Anyhow, the man worked murderously hard.
He pushed and pushed himself beyond the capacities of most normal people.
It shows in his work.

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#386089 - 06/27/09 01:28 AM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Enigma777]
Phineas Offline
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Yes, drugs.

Drugs.....

And more drugs.

Working murderously hard, as you put it, is no excuse for being a druggie. Prescription drugs included. Under correct medical supervision and use, OK. Not him though, he abused prescription medications. He was not heroic, or stoic, he was stupid. He did it to himself.

It seems the authorities have an interest in speaking with his doctor.
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"I'm fascinated with how primitive the human mind still is. It can be misdirected so easily." John Gaughan


"Success is uncommon. Therefore, not to be enjoyed by the common man." Cal Stoll

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#386091 - 06/27/09 02:05 AM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Phineas]
Spelled Moon
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It's strange, how man can destroy himself, when he thinks he'll become someone better from changes.
Like his changing of face and skin-color. He was so nice man before! Or few little operations, ok, but tenths?
He should have got psychiatrist instead of plastic surgeons... And if he had one, then he should have had some better one.
Just imo.

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#386093 - 06/27/09 02:24 AM Re: Final Words On Jackson [Re: Enigma777]
Drake_Bamboozle Offline
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Registered: 06/25/02
Posts: 10581
Loc: England
Originally Posted By: Enigma777
Drugs?

Mike had many health problems and went through a lot of stress.
His hair and skin was caught on fire. He suffered many pains.
He had to take pain killers and medications. His doctors prescribed a lot of things. I also suspect a bit of foul play in their part. You know how people are nowadays.

Anyhow, the man worked murderously hard.
He pushed and pushed himself beyond the capacities of most normal people.
It shows in his work.


My final words on the matter:


We all sometimes bring things on ourselves. We make mistakes. When you are in the public eye it will cost you dear.

Jackson obviously has suffered a few mental breakdowns. But hypothetically, let's say:


Through my CoS representation in the media a little group of local Christians where I live decided it wasn't acceptable - after all everyone knows what Satanists really do - and they start a little campaign to remove me from my home.

Rumours would be rife. I'd be spat at and attacked in the street. Soon evidence would start emerging - rumours that would be offered as fact - the police would have to follow up accusations. Oh well, the police are involved now, there must be something in it.

It would even make the local papers. Opposition to me would mount.

I wouldn't be able to hold my head up in the street. People would have me marked a s child and animal abuser.

The rumours accusations and "facts" would all culminate in something I would never really live down.

If such a thing were to happen I could suffer a mental breakdown. My subsequent behaiour would then add fuel to the fire.

If I, or any other Satanist, had Jackson's kind of money methods against me would, at this point, take a more financial route as people smelled their opportunity to get some of it.

Jackson was stupid to say some of the things he said. So there is an argument that he brought it on himself. Lack of wisdom and such naivety has effects.

But for anyone here to simply accept the manipulated media images as fact is even more stupid.

In this thread it's "Wacko Jacko"

I wonder if anyone thought of that themselves - or did they read it in the paper.
grin

But that really exemplifies my point.

He's not totally blameless. But that does not mean he is a child molestor. I'm really surprised how many people here have shown such lack of guille when it comes to their televisions - it serves as an ample reminder of just how easily people are manipulated.

As far as mental breakdowns are concerned:

There is a line in a Jane's Addiction song - "I was made with a heart of stone / to be broken with one hard blow."

They are poignant words. I've seen some good people, some strong people, be broken by what life can throw at us on our journey through.

This understanding might be seen as a weakness by some. But I'll tell you, it's an understanding that imbues me with a strength of my own.

Even big, bad, impervious Satanists can, and will, be broken at some point in their lives. Some will come through. Others won't.

But a Satanist who lacks human understanding isn't a Satanist at all. And that is just a comment - not directed at anyone in the thread.





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#386106 - 06/27/09 07:05 AM Re: Wacko Jacko Dirt Nap [Re: Magister_Harris]
Rodim Offline


Registered: 03/18/07
Posts: 239
Quote:
I'm not a fan of the man, especially in light of his (alleged) issues with children.


Judging from his childhood life and all the abuse, I'd say anyone would go at least a bit off the track. And end up with a bizarre habit or some creepy sexual tendency. Not necessarily children but something "Weird". eek

Quote:
But, honestly, how can you listen to any track off of "Off the Wall," and not just get up and dance?


Indeed, eh? MJ FEVER!
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A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.

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The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.

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#386121 - 06/27/09 10:51 AM Re: Final Words On Jackson [Re: Drake_Bamboozle]
Enigma777 Offline


Registered: 02/17/08
Posts: 291
Reverend Strongbone, did you ever write a book?
If not, have you considered?

I am quite impressed by your posts here and your analysis. smile

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#386123 - 06/27/09 11:22 AM Re: Final Words On Jackson [Re: Enigma777]
Rodim Offline


Registered: 03/18/07
Posts: 239
Originally Posted By: Enigma777
Reverend Strongbone, did you ever write a book?
If not, have you considered?

I am quite impressed by your posts here and your analysis. smile


Was wondering about the same thing actually, but you should check out Magister Nemo's "The Fire From Within", It will blow you away. Even High Priest Gilmore highly recommended it. wink


Edited by Rodim (06/27/09 11:23 AM)
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A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.

-Friedrich Nietzsche

The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.

-Horace Walpole

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#386133 - 06/27/09 01:00 PM Re: Final Words On Jackson [Re: Rodim]
Enigma777 Offline


Registered: 02/17/08
Posts: 291
Originally Posted By: Rodim

Was wondering about the same thing actually, but you should check out Magister Nemo's "The Fire From Within", It will blow you away. Even High Priest Gilmore highly recommended it. wink



You are right, I will get that book.

But I think anyone who has been here long enough knows this already.

I tend to check his profile often and read the posts.
The writing is easy to read and VERY wise and interesting.

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