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#1
I love Michael Jackson he seems like such a nice person.
#2
Surefire_MJ
I love Michael Jackson he seems like such a nice person.

but completely off his trolley
#3
currychops
but completely off his trolley

And probably not the first person I'd call to babysit for me.....
#4
is this interview for real?
#5
lol oh my god id only heard a second of it...!!! the bit about the home alone kid *shocked* who makes this stuff up?!!
[admin]#6
Aww.... bless the monkey loving, colour changing, moonwalking, peter-pan-esque fella- I'm sure he's just a normal bloke under all that make up, glitter and plastic..... :thumbsup: :giggle:

Seriously though, the bloke might be a bit bizarre but he's not exactly had a normal life and he is a LEGEND- Thriller is an awesome song- They play it in Baha in Newcastle on the big video screens and everyone starts dancing like zombies!!!.... or did I just dream that? :giggle:
#7
Michael Jackson wants Vegas robot

03/27/2007 4:00 PM, Yahoo! Music
Dotmusic

Michael Jackson is in discussions about creating a 50-foot robotic replica of himself to roam the Las Vegas desert, according to reports.

The pop legend is currently understood to be living in the city, as he considers making a comeback after 2004's turbulent child sex case.

It has now been claimed that his plans include an elaborate show in Vegas, which would feature the giant Jacko striding around the desert, firing laser beams.

If built, the metal monster would apparently be visible to aircraft as they come in to land in the casino capital.

It is the centerpiece of an elaborate Jackson-inspired show in Vegas, according to Andre Van Pier, the robot's designer.

Luckman Van Pier, his partner at the company behind the proposal, claims blueprints have been drawn up for the show and seen by the star.

"Michael's looked at the sketches and likes them," he told the New York Daily News.

On the subject of the robot, he continued: "It would be in the desert sands. Laser beams would shoot out of it so it would be the first thing people flying in would see."
#8
dave smith
Michael Jackson wants Vegas robot

03/27/2007 4:00 PM, Yahoo! Music
Dotmusic

Michael Jackson is in discussions about creating a 50-foot robotic replica of himself to roam the Las Vegas desert, according to reports.

The pop legend is currently understood to be living in the city, as he considers making a comeback after 2004's turbulent child sex case.

It has now been claimed that his plans include an elaborate show in Vegas, which would feature the giant Jacko striding around the desert, firing laser beams.

If built, the metal monster would apparently be visible to aircraft as they come in to land in the casino capital.

It is the centerpiece of an elaborate Jackson-inspired show in Vegas, according to Andre Van Pier, the robot's designer.

Luckman Van Pier, his partner at the company behind the proposal, claims blueprints have been drawn up for the show and seen by the star.

"Michael's looked at the sketches and likes them," he told the New York Daily News.

On the subject of the robot, he continued: "It would be in the desert sands. Laser beams would shoot out of it so it would be the first thing people flying in would see."


I'm speechless!!!!!!!:giggle: :giggle:
#9
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#10
Ludicrous, but very funny. There's almost certainly no truth in this, how on earth would a 50 foot robot sustain power? Jackson doesn't really have the money to be throwing at this type of venture anyway.
#11
Oh god, every week there seems to a be new 'Mad' rumour about MJ. I feel so sorry for that guy, he is such an easy target.

[LIST]
[*]People claim he has abandoned and sold Neverland, yet he denies this & still visits to stay!

[*]People claim he wants to build a 50ft robot in Las Vegas, yet he denies this and it turns out false.

[*]People claim he dresses up as a woman and wears high heels, yet he denies this and it ends up the pics were not of him!

[*]People claim he is a child abuser, yet he denied this & subsequently goes on to clear his name on 14 counts in a court of law.
[/LIST]

Sometimes I wish 'people' would just shut up and let his music speak. We all know he is naive and childlike in his persona, but only a genius could write and sing music like he does.

He may well be a sandwich short of a picnic but he sure as hell is emotionally & spiritually resillient. If I had been through half of what he has faced I don't think I would still be here today.

Credit to Jacko, I'd sure as hell still camp out overnight for a ticket to a concert of his. The music scene needs a jolt and who better to do it than the guy who sold more records than ANYONE in the history of music.

People underestimate him, so much so that William Hill have odds of Jacko having a number one in either 2007/08 at 100/1. I am seriously tempted to place a 100 quid bet at those odds!
#12
Surefire_MJ
Oh god, he is such an easy target!
People claim he is a child abuser, yet he denied this & subsequently goes on to clear his name on 14 counts in a court of law.


http://www.solidsender.com/dstrbo/news/jury.gif
[SIZE="5"]The infallible U.S. legal system at work....[/SIZE]
#13
LMFAO!!!!! :roll: :giggle:

Now you are being silly!

Give the guy a break! You obviously didn't watch the trial re-creations on Sky. The jury were VERY sane.

The guy is innocent and free, exactly as it should be. Cleared on ALL 14 charges. From someone who followed this Case from Day 1, I would like to think I have a more informed oppinion.
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Surefire_MJ
Now you are being silly!

That'll be one of those pot, kettle black situations...no wait, not black, could be white...no, no..it's black..but it doesn't look as black as it did does it!?!?
Damn you 'kettle'...what colour did you start out & what happened to change you so much......you used to see like such a normal little 'kettle'!?!!?!

The bottom line is that if any regular person without his money behaved the way he has they would have had their kids taken away or faced far more criminal charges than he has & if there was a proper public health system, been heavily medicated or sectioned!
#15
The bottom line is that if any regular person without his money behaved the way he has they would have had their kids taken away or faced far more criminal charges than he has & if there was a proper public health system, been heavily medicated or sectioned!

The way he behaved?!

I would argue that you base most of your oppinion on hearsay. I rely on facts alone, he was accused of a henious crime and he was aquitted. Now he is well on the way to making a welcome comeback if reports are to be believed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson's_2007_album

I'm sure Michael Jackson will leave a much longer lasting legacy than you or I could ever aspire to.

[COLOR=red]I leave you with a plea to watch the following short video where MJ himself addresses the allegations directly:[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=blue]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGcQktTov00[/COLOR]
#16
Surefire_MJ
The way he behaved?!
I would argue that you base most of your oppinion on hearsay. I rely on facts alone, he was accused of a henious crime and he was aquitted. Now he is well on the way to making a welcome comeback if reports are to be believed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson's_2007_album
I'm sure Michael Jackson will leave a much longer lasting legacy than you or I could ever aspire to.

Hearsay???? Yep...I made up footage of him dangling a baby out of a window with a blanket over his head.....(Documentary /news footage)
oh, & any normal grown man needs to share his bed with children (in an entirely innocent way of course)?!?!? (OWN admission)
[B]Damn, you've seen straight through my unfounded allegations.....

if only we could all be as intelligent as loyal Michael Jackson fans!!![/B]
#17
Hearsay???? Yep...I made up footage of him dangling a baby out of a window with a blanket over his head.....(Documentary /news footage)


Not once did I say I defended everything he did. He's not perfect, he's human and he made a mistake for which he later apologised. Haven't we all made grave mistakes in the past? The only difference is that MJ has the eyes of the world on him, watching his every move. What he did was ill-judged, however innocent the intention. Additionally, 'dangle' is a slight exaggeration on your part I think. He had the baby helf firmly in one arm. But I agree with you, it was ill-judged and I don't care how much he was caught in the excitement of the crowd below who wanted to see his new baby.

oh, & any normal grown man needs to share his bed with children (in an entirely innocent way of course)?!?!? (OWN admission)


He was under a lot of pressure to accept that what he was doing was wrong but I actually admire him for defending his actions and for continuing to challenge a whole host of dichotomies(sp?). This is not Joe Bloggs we are talking about here, this is Michael Jackson, NO-ONE on this earth can say they have experienced the circumstances in which he was brought up and so therefore NO-ONE can make a valid, professional judgement on his mental state of mind or how he should behave in a 'normal' society. In fact, watch any interview with him and he actually comes across as very articulate and intelligent IMO. His 'sleepovers' were innocent & not sexual, and 14 members of a jury agreed, however much perverted fantasists outside the courtroom thought otherwise.

if only we could all be as intelligent as loyal Michael Jackson fans!!!


I could spend literally days here refuting your haphazard, ill-educated 'observations' about a man you have never even met. However, I accept that I am not going to change your oppinion nor are you going to change mine. All I ask is that you make more informed character judgements in the future. God forbid if any member of your family were to be 'accused' of a crime you knew they didnt commit.

I respect and admire MJ, both the man and his music. You can't stand 'the weirdo's' guts. At this point, I acknowledge your viewpoint, however much I disagree. Now theres progress huh?! :thumbsup:
#18
Surefire_MJ

I could spend literally days here refuting your haphazard, ill-educated 'observations' about a man you have never even met.

It is so simple to blindly follow your feelings of loyalty rather than accept you too have never met this man & can therefore not make any more accurate judgements about either him or his state of mind or am I wrong in this too?!?!

http://www.morethings.com/log/pictures/mj_dangles_baby.jpg
As an 'MJ' fan, could you tell me what constitutes 'dangling' a baby over a balcony & how many floors up this was?!?!?!

Does a disturbed/eccentric/abnormal childhood mean people should ignore the behaviour of a supposedly normal grown man????
banned 1 Like #19
as he was very black as a child.. how come he is now white ..all very odd :whistling:
#20
Does a disturbed/eccentric/abnormal childhood mean people should ignore the behaviour of a supposedly normal grown man????


We all know he doesn't lead a 'normal' life. And no we shouldn't ignore his actions (both good and bad) but equally we have an obligation as compassionate humans to look at the good he has done as well as the mistakes he has made.

As a humanitarian, he has tirelessly worked all his life to highlight the plight of the less fortunate.

Michael Jackson is human, he has made mistakes and I'm sure he will continue to, just like we all do. But its naive and idiotic to categorize him as 'one of us' when he quite clearly has no semblance of what our 'normal' is. That doesn't mean he is dumb, quite the opposite in fact. It just means that . . . 'You cannot judge a man without first walking two moons in his moccossins' as the saying goes. With me?

Just take a more BALANCED view, learn to forgive peoples mistakes, especially when they apologise for them in due course and in the case of MJ, 'Never judge a book by its cover'.

Don't be so consumed by the media protrayal of this enigma. The Michael Jackson we all know so well is really quite far-fetched from the Michael Jackson behind closed doors.

He is an easy target and so are we as consumers. Its easy to believe that he wants to build a 50ft robot or that he 'wanted' to be 'white'.

For the record, I don't claim to know him by any means but I HAVE been fortunate enough to meet him once and I was present during the verdict in Santa Maria California. I was feat. in the SkyOne documentary 'Camp Michael Jackson' during the trial (2005).

I have seen his interaction with children away from the media spotlight and although it may have been brief (45 minutes), I saw what wonderful children they have grown up to be, very polite, well dressed and clingy to their father.

You are welcome to read my account of my visit to Neverland or my account of the verdict announcement I was present for in the Santa Maria courtroom in 2005.

In fact I'll answer any questions you may have. Just do me the dignity of being civillised and not cocky/sarcastic about someone who has had a major positive impact on mine and many tens of thousands of other peoples lives.

I like Michael Jackson and despite the fact that he doesn't know who I am, he has really helped me to achieve many of my lifetime ambitions and goals throughout my life. Thats something I am forever indebtted to him for, which is probably why I have so much admiration for the man.

http://www.chooseyourdestiny.com/images/prince8.jpg

http://www.chooseyourdestiny.com/images/prince2.jpg

http://www.chooseyourdestiny.com/images/princeb12.jpg
#21
As a very loyal fan you've seen him 'in real life' which I have not but when it comes to having a 'balanced view' it's yourself that seems to be lacking.
I can say that he's made some classic tracks in his career,
I can say that I have don't have 'inside' knowledge of what he may or may not have done & have therefore at no point said he is a child molester as many have done.
I have pointed out that his actions are not those of a normal man which even you acknowledge & respond that this is OK because of all his good work.
And finally, I find the blind allegiance of people that refuse to accept the possibility that their hero COULD have done something abnormal or illegal the funniest thing of all.
Can you even acknowledge the possibility that you could be wrong?
#22
[SIZE="4"]Is there some reason that you've just edited your previous post to add superfluous detail rather than respond to my post #23?!?!?[/SIZE]
#23
CHARLIETHIRTYTWO
[SIZE="1"]Is there some reason that you've just edited your previous post to add superfluous detail rather than respond to my post #23?!?!?


You clearly have your views as does surefire_mj, perhaps surefire_mj has decided that there is no point in pursuing this hence closure to a thread that is becoming nasty.
#24
pheonixwright2
You clearly have your views as does surefire_mj, perhaps surefire_mj has decided that there is no point in pursuing this hence closure to a thread that is becoming nasty.

I asked a perfectly reasonable question in post #23 in response to surefire's
In fact I'll answer any questions you may have.

They went back to edit their earlier post after I posted but wouldn't answer a simple yes or no question,
Can you even acknowledge the possibility that you could be wrong?
#25
I have pointed out that his actions are not those of a normal man which even you acknowledge & respond that this is OK because of all his good work.


No his 'dangling' episode was NOT ok, never said it was. It was unexcusable, no matter how innocent the intentions. But I just want you to realise that his life is intensely scrutinized unlike yours or mine; so its harder for him to lead a 'normal' life.

And finally, I find the blind allegiance of people that refuse to accept the possibility that their hero COULD have done something abnormal or illegal the funniest thing of all.


Michael Jackson is capable of doing anything, as is any human being.

I went to the trial hoping he wasn't guilty, at least I thought he wasn't.

However, the primary reason I went to the trial was to get inside the courtroom when I could and to establish for myself, in my own mind, whether or not he was guilty of administering alcohol & habitually sodomizing and/or physically abusing young children (noteably young boys).

After only 8 days of testimony, not only did I become convinced of his complete innocence but I began to question the motives of both the accuser and the prosecution. Yes I had a biased view but some of the testimony in the courtroom was pure fantasy!

Especially the part about MJ trying to kidnap the kid and fly him from Neverland to Brazil in a hot air baloon and leave him there! THAT constituted the 'conspiracy to abduct a minor' charge alone! Its no wonder he was found not guilty with charges as ludicrous as that!

And as for MaCauley Culkin being abused, it was a treat to see him take the stand under oath and utter the words, "These charges are ridiculous, I was never molested by Michael Jackson, he's my friend, he has been since I was a kid and you Mr. Sneddon {Lead DA & Prosecutor} know that. Did anyone even ask me prior to today whether or not I was abused? No."

Can you even acknowledge the possibility that you could be wrong?


Yes of course. Although I would stake my life on his innocence based on the court proceedings, the unravelling of the shameful prosecution and the shaky, inconsistent testimonies of the 'witnesses'.

To me, Michael Jackson was the victim of extortion and character defamation. Remember he STILL IS black, regardless of external appearance and people don't like that, esp. when he owns 50% of the rights to the WHITE Beatles back catalogue. But I won't go into that because its all politics and its only part of the reason why I believe he was arrested.

[CENTER]http://www.eastcoastbob.com/mjbruise.jpg [/CENTER]

But alas, I wasn't there so I cannot certify my oppinion as fact. So in answer to your question, yes . . . there is a possibility I could be wrong.
#26
Then I have a much greater respect for your opinions & reckon that as suggested earlier we go about our happy little lives rather than 'argue' over this topic.
#27
Then I have a much greater respect for your opinions & reckon that as suggested earlier we go about our happy little lives rather than 'argue' over this topic.


Awwww was beginning to enjoy this!

Done deal buddy, agree to disagree is fine by me. :thumbsup:

Now I'm gonna make like Michael and Beat It! :roll:
#28
Medically, it's perceived as normal for some men to have a maternal instinct!

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I've absolutely nothing against Plastic Surgery provided it's carried out by competent, experienced, qualified surgeons! Judging by the latest body enhancements, I genuinely think this is the best he has looked in a long time.

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