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Snip from earthrainbownetwork.com news letter July 1, 2009


Deepak Chopra: Michael Jackson -- June 26, 2009

Michael Jackson will be remembered, most likely, as a shattered icon, a pop genius who wound up a mutant of fame. That's not who I will remember, however. His mixture of mystery, isolation, indulgence, overwhelming global fame, and personal loneliness was intimately known to me. For twenty years I observed every aspect, and as easy as it was to love Michael -- and to want to protect him -- his sudden death yesterday seemed almost fated.

Two days previously he had called me in an upbeat, excited mood. The voice message said, "I've got some really good news to share with you." He was writing a song about the environment, and he wanted me to help informally with the lyrics, as we had done several times before. When I tried to return his call, however, the number was disconnected. (Terminally spooked by his treatment in the press, he changed his phone number often.) So I never got to talk to him, and the music demo he sent me lies on my bedside table as a poignant symbol of an unfinished life.

When we first met, around 1988, I was struck by the combination of charisma and woundedness that surrounded Michael. He would be swarmed by crowds at an airport, perform an exhausting show for three hours, and then sit backstage afterward, as we did one night in Bucharest, drinking bottled water, glancing over some Sufi poetry as I walked into the room, and wanting to meditate.

That person, whom I considered (at the risk of ridicule) very pure, still survived -- he was reading the poems of Rabindranath Tagore when we talked the last time, two weeks ago. Michael exemplified the paradox of many famous performers, being essentially shy, an introvert who would come to my house and spend most of the evening sitting by himself in a corner with his small children. I never saw less than a loving father when they were together (and wonder now, as anyone close to him would, what will happen to them in the aftermath).

Michael's reluctance to grow up was another part of the paradox. My children adored him, and in return he responded in a childlike way. He declared often, as former child stars do, that he was robbed of his childhood. Considering the monstrously exaggerated value our society places on celebrity, which was showered on Michael without stint, the public was callous to his very real personal pain. It became another tawdry piece of the tabloid Jacko, pictured as a weird changeling and as something far more sinister.

It's not my place to comment on the troubles Michael fell heir to from the past and then amplified by his misguided choices in life. He was surrounded by enablers, including a shameful plethora of M.D.s in Los Angeles and elsewhere who supplied him with prescription drugs. As many times as he would candidly confess that he had a problem, the conversation always ended with a deflection and denial. As I write this paragraph, the reports of drug abuse are spreading across the cable news channels. The instant I heard of his death this afternoon, I had a sinking feeling that prescription drugs would play a key part.

The closest we ever became, perhaps, was when Michael needed a book to sell primarily as a concert souvenir. It would contain pictures for his fans but there would also be a text consisting of short fables. I sat with him for hours while he dreamily wove Aesop-like tales about animals, mixed with words about music and his love of all things musical. This project became Dancing the Dream after I pulled the text together for him, acting strictly as a friend. It was this time together that convinced me of the modus vivendi Michael had devised for himself: to counter the tidal wave of stress that accompanies mega-stardom, he built a private retreat in a fantasy world where pink clouds veiled inner anguish and Peter Pan was a hero, not a pathology.

This compromise with reality gradually became unsustainable. He went to strange lengths to preserve it. Unbounded privilege became another toxic force in his undoing. What began as idiosyncrasy, shyness, and vulnerability was ravaged by obsessions over health, paranoia over security, and an isolation that grew more and more unhealthy. When Michael passed me the music for that last song, the one sitting by my bedside waiting for the right words, the procedure for getting the CD to me rivaled a CIA covert operation in its secrecy.

My memory of Michael Jackson will be as complex and confused as anyone's. His closest friends will close ranks and try to do everything in their power to insure that the good lives after him. Will we be successful in rescuing him after so many years of media distortion? No one can say. I only wanted to put some details on the record in his behalf. My son Gotham traveled with Michael as a roadie on his "Dangerous" tour when he was seventeen. Will it matter that Michael behaved with discipline and impeccable manners around my son? (It sends a shiver to recall something he told Gotham: "I don't want to go out like Marlon Brando. I want to go out like Elvis." Both icons were obsessions of this icon.)

His children's nanny and surrogate mother, Grace Rwaramba , is like another daughter to me. I introduced her to Michael when she was eighteen, a beautiful, heartwarming girl from Rwanda who is now grown up. She kept an eye on him for me and would call me whenever he was down or running too close to the edge. How heartbreaking for Grace that no one's protective instincts and genuine love could avert this tragic day. An hour ago she was sobbing on the telephone from London. As a result, I couldn't help but write this brief remembrance in sadness. But when the shock subsides and a thousand public voices recount Michael's brilliant, joyous, embattled, enigmatic, bizarre trajectory, I hope the word "joyous" is the one that will rise from the ashes and shine as he once did.

*** Bless passionate, beloved Michael Jackson. He will be with us again! We are One. Bless us all.


---


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One of Michael Jackson's most inspiring songs . . . feel it in your soul!
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"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
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I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.

Deepak Chopra v. Joyce Weaver: Writer, doctor and spiritualist Deepak Chopra was involved in a set of hearings and a trial case instigated by former employee Joyce Weaver, who claimed "that she was wrongfully terminated because she had accused Chopra of sexual harassment."

After only 10 minutes, a jury dismissed the case and found Chopra innocent. Chopra himself commented that "maybe it is my karma to dismantle the corruption in the San Diego judicial system," a system which he often referred to as "one of the most corrupt in the country," according to Rediff.com India Abroad.



Snip from earthrainbownetwork.com news letter July 1, 2009


Deepak Chopra: Michael Jackson -- June 26, 2009

Michael Jackson will be remembered, most likely, as a shattered icon, a pop genius who wound up a mutant of fame. That's not who I will remember, however. His mixture of mystery, isolation, indulgence, overwhelming global fame, and personal loneliness was intimately known to me. For twenty years I observed every aspect, and as easy as it was to love Michael -- and to want to protect him -- his sudden death yesterday seemed almost fated.

Two days previously he had called me in an upbeat, excited mood. The voice message said, "I've got some really good news to share with you." He was writing a song about the environment, and he wanted me to help informally with the lyrics, as we had done several times before. When I tried to return his call, however, the number was disconnected. (Terminally spooked by his treatment in the press, he changed his phone number often.) So I never got to talk to him, and the music demo he sent me lies on my bedside table as a poignant symbol of an unfinished life.

When we first met, around 1988, I was struck by the combination of charisma and woundedness that surrounded Michael. He would be swarmed by crowds at an airport, perform an exhausting show for three hours, and then sit backstage afterward, as we did one night in Bucharest, drinking bottled water, glancing over some Sufi poetry as I walked into the room, and wanting to meditate.

That person, whom I considered (at the risk of ridicule) very pure, still survived -- he was reading the poems of Rabindranath Tagore when we talked the last time, two weeks ago. Michael exemplified the paradox of many famous performers, being essentially shy, an introvert who would come to my house and spend most of the evening sitting by himself in a corner with his small children. I never saw less than a loving father when they were together (and wonder now, as anyone close to him would, what will happen to them in the aftermath).

Michael's reluctance to grow up was another part of the paradox. My children adored him, and in return he responded in a childlike way. He declared often, as former child stars do, that he was robbed of his childhood. Considering the monstrously exaggerated value our society places on celebrity, which was showered on Michael without stint, the public was callous to his very real personal pain. It became another tawdry piece of the tabloid Jacko, pictured as a weird changeling and as something far more sinister.

It's not my place to comment on the troubles Michael fell heir to from the past and then amplified by his misguided choices in life. He was surrounded by enablers, including a shameful plethora of M.D.s in Los Angeles and elsewhere who supplied him with prescription drugs. As many times as he would candidly confess that he had a problem, the conversation always ended with a deflection and denial. As I write this paragraph, the reports of drug abuse are spreading across the cable news channels. The instant I heard of his death this afternoon, I had a sinking feeling that prescription drugs would play a key part.

The closest we ever became, perhaps, was when Michael needed a book to sell primarily as a concert souvenir. It would contain pictures for his fans but there would also be a text consisting of short fables. I sat with him for hours while he dreamily wove Aesop-like tales about animals, mixed with words about music and his love of all things musical. This project became Dancing the Dream after I pulled the text together for him, acting strictly as a friend. It was this time together that convinced me of the modus vivendi Michael had devised for himself: to counter the tidal wave of stress that accompanies mega-stardom, he built a private retreat in a fantasy world where pink clouds veiled inner anguish and Peter Pan was a hero, not a pathology.

This compromise with reality gradually became unsustainable. He went to strange lengths to preserve it. Unbounded privilege became another toxic force in his undoing. What began as idiosyncrasy, shyness, and vulnerability was ravaged by obsessions over health, paranoia over security, and an isolation that grew more and more unhealthy. When Michael passed me the music for that last song, the one sitting by my bedside waiting for the right words, the procedure for getting the CD to me rivaled a CIA covert operation in its secrecy.

My memory of Michael Jackson will be as complex and confused as anyone's. His closest friends will close ranks and try to do everything in their power to insure that the good lives after him. Will we be successful in rescuing him after so many years of media distortion? No one can say. I only wanted to put some details on the record in his behalf. My son Gotham traveled with Michael as a roadie on his "Dangerous" tour when he was seventeen. Will it matter that Michael behaved with discipline and impeccable manners around my son? (It sends a shiver to recall something he told Gotham: "I don't want to go out like Marlon Brando. I want to go out like Elvis." Both icons were obsessions of this icon.)

His children's nanny and surrogate mother, Grace Rwaramba , is like another daughter to me. I introduced her to Michael when she was eighteen, a beautiful, heartwarming girl from Rwanda who is now grown up. She kept an eye on him for me and would call me whenever he was down or running too close to the edge. How heartbreaking for Grace that no one's protective instincts and genuine love could avert this tragic day. An hour ago she was sobbing on the telephone from London. As a result, I couldn't help but write this brief remembrance in sadness. But when the shock subsides and a thousand public voices recount Michael's brilliant, joyous, embattled, enigmatic, bizarre trajectory, I hope the word "joyous" is the one that will rise from the ashes and shine as he once did.

*** Bless passionate, beloved Michael Jackson. He will be with us again! We are One. Bless us all.


---


We are the world
[link to www.youtube.com]
One of Michael Jackson's most inspiring songs . . . feel it in your soul!
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Chopra is currently being sued for $100 million by a former psychotherapist who claims that Chopra used portions of a copyrighted manuscript, Pattern Change Programming, Creating Your Own Destiny, in his 1994 book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success (Los Angeles Times, May 3, 1998).
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I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.

Deepak Chopra v. Joyce Weaver: Writer, doctor and spiritualist Deepak Chopra was involved in a set of hearings and a trial case instigated by former employee Joyce Weaver, who claimed "that she was wrongfully terminated because she had accused Chopra of sexual harassment."

After only 10 minutes, a jury dismissed the case and found Chopra innocent. Chopra himself commented that "maybe it is my karma to dismantle the corruption in the San Diego judicial system," a system which he often referred to as "one of the most corrupt in the country," according to Rediff.com India Abroad.

. . . .

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AC this is not about Deepak Chopra it's about Michael Jackson...... what is your point????

FYI - "lawsuit"
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
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Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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Thanks for posting that, Canuck.
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YES it is about Deepak... he is talking about MJ... when he himself has issues.... a tainted star.
I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.
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Thanks for posting that, Canuck.
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Very wellcome AC.....
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"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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YES it is about Deepak... he is talking about MJ... when he himself has issues.... a tainted star.
I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.
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FYI "lawsuit" and AC you are an idiot!!!!!

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CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

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Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
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I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.

Deepak Chopra v. Joyce Weaver: Writer, doctor and spiritualist Deepak Chopra was involved in a set of hearings and a trial case instigated by former employee Joyce Weaver, who claimed "that she was wrongfully terminated because she had accused Chopra of sexual harassment."

After only 10 minutes, a jury dismissed the case and found Chopra innocent. Chopra himself commented that "maybe it is my karma to dismantle the corruption in the San Diego judicial system," a system which he often referred to as "one of the most corrupt in the country," according to Rediff.com India Abroad.

. . . .




AC this is not about Deepak Chopra it's about Michael Jackson...... what is your point????

FYI - "lawsuit"
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why the arrogance?
Beyond one's own mind there is no dazzling light to come shining in from outside to wake one up. If one recognizes one's own intrinsic State as pure from the beginning and only temporarily obscured by impurities, and if one maintains the presence of this recognition without becoming distracted, then all the impurities dissolve. This is the essence of the Path-namkhai norbu.

Why is there a legend about the descent of Christ into hell? The Teacher addressed the lower strata of the astral world, saying: �Why, by cherishing earthly thoughts, bind oneself eternally to Earth?� And many revolted in spirit and rose higher.
Thread: I shot video of the earth from my spacecraft, enjoy!
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I'll not judge Deepak's words and teachings, since I find those quite enlightened, but the guy itself made himself known and "worshipped" through lies and deception, as he's not exactly what he claims to be.
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I am AMAZED that Deepak would write this given he has had his ow law suite issues with Sexual hassarment.

Deepak Chopra v. Joyce Weaver: Writer, doctor and spiritualist Deepak Chopra was involved in a set of hearings and a trial case instigated by former employee Joyce Weaver, who claimed "that she was wrongfully terminated because she had accused Chopra of sexual harassment."

After only 10 minutes, a jury dismissed the case and found Chopra innocent. Chopra himself commented that "maybe it is my karma to dismantle the corruption in the San Diego judicial system," a system which he often referred to as "one of the most corrupt in the country," according to Rediff.com India Abroad.

. . . .




AC this is not about Deepak Chopra it's about Michael Jackson...... what is your point????

FYI - "lawsuit"


why the arrogance?
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Because... this is not about Chopra and AC obviously needs to learn how to spell.... what's your point????

It's amazing isn't it, how everyone has an opinion..... mostly negative.
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"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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The point is CONSIDER THE SOURCE.

I'll not judge Deepak's words and teachings, since I find those quite enlightened, but the guy itself made himself known and "worshipped" through lies and deception, as he's not exactly what he claims to be.
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The point is CONSIDER THE SOURCE.


I'll not judge Deepak's words and teachings, since I find those quite enlightened, but the guy itself made himself known and "worshipped" through lies and deception, as he's not exactly what he claims to be.

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And I guess you are perfect? Sometimes people can be sickening..... just sayin....

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“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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I thought michael jackson was a child molester? Are you so manipulated by the msm that you are mourning the death of one of the most despicable humans to ever live? Maybe you'll celebrate his life by picking up some "jesus juice" and inviting the neighborhood kiddies over for a little sleep over? Oh wait, you don't have millions of dollars to pay for your little party, do you? You people are sick fucks and exactly what is wrong with our country today. 100 years ago that sick freak would have been strung up before he even had the chance to hurt someone other than himself.
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I thought michael jackson was a child molester? Are you so manipulated by the msm that you are mourning the death of one of the most despicable humans to ever live? Maybe you'll celebrate his life by picking up some "jesus juice" and inviting the neighborhood kiddies over for a little sleep over? Oh wait, you don't have millions of dollars to pay for your little party, do you? You people are sick fucks and exactly what is wrong with our country today. 100 years ago that sick freak would have been strung up before he even had the chance to hurt someone other than himself.
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He was never found guilty of abusing ANYONE.
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Another oportunistic "new age" guru.
He used to be an honest writer. He became a best-seller and there went his integrity and ethics.
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A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...
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Deepak Chopra is the Indian Tupac Shakur.
Pardon me for interrupting your premature celebration, but I thought it only fair to give you a sporting chance as you are new to this game.
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I thought michael jackson was a child molester? Are you so manipulated by the msm that you are mourning the death of one of the most despicable humans to ever live? Maybe you'll celebrate his life by picking up some "jesus juice" and inviting the neighborhood kiddies over for a little sleep over? Oh wait, you don't have millions of dollars to pay for your little party, do you? You people are sick fucks and exactly what is wrong with our country today. 100 years ago that sick freak would have been strung up before he even had the chance to hurt someone other than himself.
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Another "know it all"......


:Batfail:
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...
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I guess you think you're something special then????
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????
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Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?
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A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????



Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?
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I've got a couple of minutes to kill. Why not tell me everything you know.
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
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Re: Deepak Chopra - On Michael Jackson - June 26, 2009
A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????



Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?



I've got a couple of minutes to kill. Why not tell me everything you know.
 Quoting: Canuck



So you approve of attention whore quacks gathering attention from a dead freak?

Grow up, kid.
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Canuck  (OP)

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07/01/2009 03:49 PM
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Re: Deepak Chopra - On Michael Jackson - June 26, 2009
A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????



Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?



I've got a couple of minutes to kill. Why not tell me everything you know.



So you approve of attention whore quacks gathering attention from a dead freak?

Grow up, kid.
 Quoting: The Commentator


I've often wondered whether the chip is on your shoulder, or in your head, or both.
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)
The Commentator

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07/01/2009 03:55 PM
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Re: Deepak Chopra - On Michael Jackson - June 26, 2009
A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????



Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?



I've got a couple of minutes to kill. Why not tell me everything you know.



So you approve of attention whore quacks gathering attention from a dead freak?

Grow up, kid.


I've often wondered whether the chip is on your shoulder, or in your head, or both.
 Quoting: Canuck



Well, we know what is in your head, usually such waste is deposited in a toilet.

Apparently you find attention seeking quacks trying to profit from a dead freak is perfectly acceptable.

Glad I don't live in your world, it sounds pretty fucked up.
non sufficit Orbis

Being a zetatard means never having to make sense.

"Nancy pays me to post on Her threads"

Free Store admits to being a paid zetadrool shill

NO max/bridget EVER!!!!!
NO luser EVER!!!
NO clunker EVER!!!!!
Canuck  (OP)

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07/01/2009 04:04 PM
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Re: Deepak Chopra - On Michael Jackson - June 26, 2009
A quack attention whore riding the coattails of a dead freak. Big flipping deal...



I guess you think you're something special then????



Assumes facts not in evidence.

The fact an attention whore quack wants to get some attention from a dead freak says nothing about me.

Logic was not your strong suit was it?



I've got a couple of minutes to kill. Why not tell me everything you know.



So you approve of attention whore quacks gathering attention from a dead freak?

Grow up, kid.


I've often wondered whether the chip is on your shoulder, or in your head, or both.



Well, we know what is in your head, usually such waste is deposited in a toilet.

Apparently you find attention seeking quacks trying to profit from a dead freak is perfectly acceptable.

Glad I don't live in your world, it sounds pretty fucked up.
 Quoting: The Commentator



I'd like to give you a going-away present.....First, you do your part m'kay?
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as fraud.”
CARL JUNG IN 1919

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those who don't have it." - George Bernard Shaw

Cree proverb:
Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will you find, that money cannot be eaten.

"Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy - animals."
-Milan Kundera, "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1984)





GLP