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(Daily Mail)   Michael Jackson was the filthiest person in Hollywood. G.G. Allin unavailable for comment   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 61
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2014-08-10 06:34:21 PM
Maids say house they are supposed to be cleaning is absolutely disgustingly filthy.

Next up, an editorial column on the deplorable state of journalism today...


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2014-08-10 06:58:06 PM
The dude always was a freak with serious mental health issues.

Never really got the apologists like in that article's comment thread.

Yeah, the guy could sing and dance well but so what?

The creep factor is too large to just ignore.
 
2014-08-10 07:18:42 PM
Headline: How the singer threatened to throw 'do-do laced snowballs'
Deck: The singer allegedly threatened throwing 'doo-doo snowballs' at staff
Body copy: 'Then, if you said something, he'd threaten to make doo-doo snowballs and throw it at you.'

I understand "doo-doo" is a colloquialism that is not found in the AP style guide. It's also not found in the overrated "Elements of Style" or the underrated "Working with Words." This means there was probably a round-table discussion about the word's proper spelling. At one of my jobs we needed to figure out whether "buttcheeks" was hyphenated, a single word or two separate words. Yay, journalism. We decided on the single-word form.

But consistency is important. You can't spell it "do-do" in the slug and "doo-doo" in future instances.
 
2014-08-10 07:22:47 PM
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2014-08-10 08:16:59 PM

GreenAdder: But consistency is important. You can't spell it "do-do" in the slug and "doo-doo" in future instances.



You do, that extinct dodo doo-doo Voodoo that you do spell so well.


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2014-08-10 09:32:16 PM
The Daily Mail sourcing the New York Post sourcing unnamed maids? Sounds legit.
 
2014-08-10 09:39:59 PM
Was GG Allin a Hollywood guy? I did not know that.
 
2014-08-10 09:55:10 PM

DrBenway: Was GG Allin a Hollywood guy? I did not know that.


That's what I was wondering. When I think Hollywood, GG Allin's not really what comes to mind. More along the lines of some back alley in the rust belt where a homeless junkie is sodomizing a three legged dog.
 
2014-08-10 10:03:24 PM
I heard he was so nasty that he had 12yo poop on his peter!
 
2014-08-10 10:05:30 PM

DrBenway: Was GG Allin a Hollywood guy? I did not know that.


Thought he was based mainly in New York. And since he never had major label distribution, the Hollywood guy premise is a little flat.
 
2014-08-10 10:05:35 PM
When reached for comment, Corey Feldman said he felt grateful for still having relevancy.
 
2014-08-10 10:11:56 PM
Sounds like a regular Howard Hughes.
 
2014-08-10 10:16:36 PM
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2014-08-10 10:23:10 PM
what about dog-doo sno-cones?
 
2014-08-10 10:24:39 PM
Was he able to see the Man in the Mirror?
 
2014-08-10 10:36:30 PM

quatchi: The dude always was a freak with serious mental health issues.

Never really got the apologists like in that article's comment thread.

Yeah, the guy could sing and dance well but so what?

The creep factor is too large to just ignore.


I think part of the apologist factor is pretty the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age i doubt many ever told him No.
 
2014-08-10 10:44:55 PM
Waldo Pepper: I think part of the apologist factor is pretty much the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age got Quincy Jones to produce his albums and people like Rod Temperton to write him songs > millions of albums sold, i doubt many ever told him No.

FTFY.
 
2014-08-10 10:47:10 PM
Don't even want to think about the state of that house with Bubbles.
 
2014-08-10 10:50:55 PM

Henry Holland: Waldo Pepper: I think part of the apologist factor is pretty much the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age got Quincy Jones to produce his albums and people like Rod Temperton to write him songs > millions of albums sold, i doubt many ever told him No.

FTFY.


i was thinking around the time of the jackson 5 cartoon well except i'm sure papa jackson still said no
 
2014-08-10 10:54:51 PM

Waldo Pepper: quatchi: The dude always was a freak with serious mental health issues.

Never really got the apologists like in that article's comment thread.

Yeah, the guy could sing and dance well but so what?

The creep factor is too large to just ignore.

I think part of the apologist factor is pretty the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age i doubt many ever told him No.


Which makes it fine to shiat and whiz on the floor and take baths and sleep in the same bed with kids who were not yours.
 
2014-08-10 11:07:29 PM

theflatline: Waldo Pepper: quatchi: The dude always was a freak with serious mental health issues.

Never really got the apologists like in that article's comment thread.

Yeah, the guy could sing and dance well but so what?

The creep factor is too large to just ignore.

I think part of the apologist factor is pretty the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age i doubt many ever told him No.

Which makes it fine to shiat and whiz on the floor and take baths and sleep in the same bed with kids who were not yours.


Yes that is exactly what I meant to say thank you so much for taking some of your precious time to correct the errors of my ways.
 
2014-08-10 11:11:11 PM

LectertheChef: That's what I was wondering. When I think Hollywood, GG Allin's not really what comes to mind. More along the lines of some back alley in the rust belt where a homeless junkie is sodomizing a three legged dog.


That sounds a little too high class for GG Allin.

Now if the dog is dead and the homeless junkie is covered with his own feces, that's a different story.
 
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2014-08-10 11:26:16 PM

Glitchwerks: Now if the dog is dead and the homeless junkie is covered with his own feces, that's a different story.


And if the man is giving the dog a good rogering in front of a daycare...
 
2014-08-10 11:27:35 PM
He did grow up in Gary...

mjvibe.com
 
2014-08-10 11:32:46 PM
I miss Michael Jackson. He was a terrific entertainer.
 
2014-08-10 11:40:32 PM

Notabunny: I miss Michael Jackson. He was a terrific entertainer.


i want to throw doo doo balls at you
 
2014-08-10 11:47:49 PM

433: Glitchwerks: Now if the dog is dead and the homeless junkie is covered with his own feces, that's a different story.

And if the man is giving the dog a good rogering in front of a daycare...


And then has a show at 'The Gas Station'...
 
2014-08-10 11:48:13 PM
That housekeeper claimed to the newspaper Jackson disregarded sanitation and urinated in front of her the day after his 1993 Oprah interview.
'He literally peed on the floor of the entryway, right where you saw Oprah walk in,'
she told The Post. ' It was surreal. He just stood there, unzipped his trousers and watered the floor.'


Any clue why the Oprah bit is relevant to ANYTHING?

some_beer_drinker: Notabunny: I miss Michael Jackson. He was a terrific entertainer.

i want to throw doo doo balls at you


No, the other poster's right. He WAS a terrific entertainer. Up until about the point where 'Smooth Criminal' came out. Then it all fell to shiat, but his 80s heyday was awesome, and he could move like nobody else... I'll give him credit for the years when he was still a Black man, but when he turned into an old Jewish lady, it was all over.
 
2014-08-10 11:52:24 PM
Jesus, Wikipedia is getting more like IMDB every day. They had this little nugget on the Wiki page for 'Smooth Criminal'.

The refrain of the song contains the phrase "Annie, are you OK?" This is a phrase used in CPR training courses. Resusci Anne, otherwise known as "Annie" in English-speaking countries, is the name of a mannequin commonly used in CPR training. As part of the training, trainees are taught to say "Annie, are you OK?" to the dummy in order to check that the patient is conscious and responsive. A paramedic in the field is supposed to address the patient by her actual name, but many have been known to say "Annie" out of habit. Michael Jackson once took a CPR course.

Well, that settles it then. Kinda of like when the IMDB "trivia" says something along the lines of "Richard Gere's character looks at a sign on a store that says "Charlie". This is an homage to the time that Gere walked past a person on the street named 'Charles'."

/Rant off
 
2014-08-11 12:13:06 AM
Flying DooDoo Balls is my GG Allin cover band name
 
2014-08-11 12:14:17 AM

nburghmatt: what about dog-doo sno-cones?


Keep them away from your eyes, Nanook.
 
2014-08-11 12:18:03 AM
Maid: "Who do doo-doo?"
MJ: "YOU do doo-doo!" (laughs, points at Maid)
Maid: "WHO do doo-doo?"
MJ (sheepishly): "I don't know......."
Both: "THIRD BASE!!!"

(curtain)
 
2014-08-11 12:34:04 AM
Doo doo laced snowballs? What is snowballing?
 
2014-08-11 12:46:13 AM

lelio: Doo doo laced snowballs? What is snowballing?


Just try not to suck any dicks on the way to the parking lot...
 
2014-08-11 12:49:03 AM
Bite it you scum.
 
2014-08-11 12:53:30 AM
 
2014-08-11 01:20:33 AM

Billy Liar: Maid: "Who do doo-doo?"
MJ: "YOU do doo-doo!" (laughs, points at Maid)
Maid: "WHO do doo-doo?"
MJ (sheepishly): "I don't know......."
Both: "THIRD BASE!!!"

(curtain)


I larfed way too hard.
 
2014-08-11 01:22:00 AM
"Amateur."

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2014-08-11 02:36:31 AM
The Daily Mail citing the New York Post: It's the circle of dubious reporting.
 
2014-08-11 02:37:50 AM
MJ and GG- if we're making a list of musicians that died from dfug overdoses we are gonna be here a while.
 
2014-08-11 04:30:28 AM
Also the raping young boys. There's that.
 
2014-08-11 05:34:08 AM
Jackson's living conditions reportedly led to a bedbug outbreak

Bed bugs infestations have nothing to do with hygiene.
 
2014-08-11 06:14:46 AM
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2014-08-11 06:24:56 AM

GreenAdder: Headline: How the singer threatened to throw 'do-do laced snowballs'
Deck: The singer allegedly threatened throwing 'doo-doo snowballs' at staff
Body copy: 'Then, if you said something, he'd threaten to make doo-doo snowballs and throw it at you.'

I understand "doo-doo" is a colloquialism that is not found in the AP style guide. It's also not found in the overrated "Elements of Style" or the underrated "Working with Words." This means there was probably a round-table discussion about the word's proper spelling. At one of my jobs we needed to figure out whether "buttcheeks" was hyphenated, a single word or two separate words. Yay, journalism. We decided on the single-word form.

But consistency is important. You can't spell it "do-do" in the slug and "doo-doo" in future instances.


We are talking about Doo-Doo. Matters of the Ca-Ca Dookey!
 
2014-08-11 06:45:15 AM
MJ: I took you on a ferris wheel, let you play with monkeys, climbed a tree, rode a giraffe, played video games ... gave you pills, wine, and sucked your d*ck. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT FROM ME?

I showed you a good time!

I thought you were dying, muthaf*cker, and you're getting stronger everyday, what's up with that?

/chapplle off
 
2014-08-11 06:50:44 AM

Waldo Pepper: I think part of the apologist factor is pretty the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age i doubt many ever told him No.


And if they did, he just found someone who would say "yes" for the right price. Hence, how he ended up dead while in a doctor's care.  If it hadn't been Conrad Murray, it would have been someone else. Unlimited resources get a person anything they want, no matter how ill-advised it may be.

As for the rest, the guy had major, major problems, but enough money to ensure he was surrounded only by people who enabled or at a minimum, allowed, the problems to carry on. The truth will probably never be known. As for the "doo doo" thing, think about this: he definitely had a child-like mind at best. He wouldn't say "I'm going to shiat on your face" - he probably would have said "doo doo" as strange as it sounds.  Not that the Post and Daily Mail combo is the best source ever, but it's not that far-fetched in the context of him thinking and behaving like a child.

The guy never had a chance, though, even if he wasn't genetically set to crazy to begin with.
 
2014-08-11 06:50:53 AM

brap: GreenAdder: But consistency is important. You can't spell it "do-do" in the slug and "doo-doo" in future instances.


You do, that extinct dodo doo-doo Voodoo that you do spell so well.


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2014-08-11 07:05:29 AM

Notabunny: I miss Michael Jackson. He was a terrific entertainer.


A few days after he died, I picked up the DVD of his top 10 songs to show my kids, and I was re-amazed at just how talented he had been. The previous decade of his weirdness and all the controversy surrounding him had completely eclipsed his showmanship and skill.
 
2014-08-11 08:27:08 AM

serpent_sky: Waldo Pepper: I think part of the apologist factor is pretty the man never had a chance at a normal life from the time he was little. once he hit a certain age i doubt many ever told him No.

And if they did, he just found someone who would say "yes" for the right price. Hence, how he ended up dead while in a doctor's care.  If it hadn't been Conrad Murray, it would have been someone else. Unlimited resources get a person anything they want, no matter how ill-advised it may be.

As for the rest, the guy had major, major problems, but enough money to ensure he was surrounded only by people who enabled or at a minimum, allowed, the problems to carry on. The truth will probably never be known. As for the "doo doo" thing, think about this: he definitely had a child-like mind at best. He wouldn't say "I'm going to shiat on your face" - he probably would have said "doo doo" as strange as it sounds.  Not that the Post and Daily Mail combo is the best source ever, but it's not that far-fetched in the context of him thinking and behaving like a child.

The guy never had a chance, though, even if he wasn't genetically set to crazy to begin with.


Agreed and this is why people are willing to give him such a major pass on a lot of his odd behavior.
 
2014-08-11 09:15:32 AM
Oh god no.. not the door OPRAH used!!

/fainting spell
//critical failure
///miss couch, end up in IDGAFland
 
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