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06/25/2009 06:53:27 PM · #1
Create an image that defines a moment from MJs career or something that symbolises it..

06/25/2009 06:55:14 PM · #2
ooh, a Thriller of an idea!
06/25/2009 06:55:21 PM · #3
Addendum: "A finer moment in his career" ;-)
06/25/2009 06:58:49 PM · #4
Rule! should be shot in black and white. they just played a clip of the black or white video on CNN. that song was intense.
06/25/2009 08:43:24 PM · #5
Originally posted by Bugzeye:

Rule! should be shot in black and white. they just played a clip of the black or white video on CNN. that song was intense.


How about in ebony and ivory?
06/25/2009 09:19:31 PM · #6
that would work too. :) To be serious for a moment. I do think this is a good idea. Although he was a little bit of a freak at times. He will go down in History as one of the true greats in the entertainment world. And certainly will be missed by millions upon millions of people.
06/25/2009 09:38:30 PM · #7
If the title of your Pic is "beat it"-- Im not looking
06/25/2009 10:07:55 PM · #8
That would be as easy as "1, 2, 3" and as simple as "do, re, me"
06/25/2009 10:08:33 PM · #9
Originally posted by buzzrock:

If the title of your Pic is "beat it"-- Im not looking


to funny...snort, snort
06/25/2009 10:10:28 PM · #10
Did he ever do anything with shoehorns?
06/25/2009 10:14:42 PM · #11
You would have to ask the overnight crew about that one. ;)

Not a fan, but I can certainly appreciate the magnitude of his contributions, the pop culture that he generated, the fads/gimmicks/trends he inspired. A great loss of talent for sure.
06/25/2009 11:34:23 PM · #12
Originally posted by Bugzeye:

... Although he was a little bit of a freak at times...

I like understatement.
06/25/2009 11:55:38 PM · #13
Originally posted by CEJ:

Not a fan, but I can certainly appreciate the magnitude of his contributions, the pop culture that he generated, the fads/gimmicks/trends he inspired. A great loss of talent for sure.

same as u, not a fan, but have lots of respect for what he contributed to the industry and pop culture. however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.
06/26/2009 12:00:13 AM · #14
Originally posted by crayon:

Originally posted by CEJ:

Not a fan, but I can certainly appreciate the magnitude of his contributions, the pop culture that he generated, the fads/gimmicks/trends he inspired. A great loss of talent for sure.

same as u, not a fan, but have lots of respect for what he contributed to the industry and pop culture. however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.


I understand and I agree. Some of the comments on the other thread were very tasteless. However, the challenge is an interesting idea.

perhaps is just should be a Michael Jackson challenge--leave tribute out of it. That way it's not quite as offensive if someone puts something questionable in.
06/26/2009 12:02:38 AM · #15
Originally posted by crayon:

...however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.

I'm sure your right, though it seems like a funny concern from someone with a urinal as their profile pic. :-p
06/26/2009 02:19:59 AM · #16
Originally posted by citymars:

Originally posted by crayon:

...however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.

I'm sure your right, though it seems like a funny concern from someone with a urinal as their profile pic. :-p

momma says, urinals let me piss happily without spillin' :)
06/26/2009 05:42:28 AM · #17
Originally posted by citymars:

Originally posted by crayon:

...however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.

I'm sure your right, though it seems like a funny concern from someone with a urinal as their profile pic. :-p


No, that's a Japanese-style toilet. For squatting.
06/26/2009 06:01:34 AM · #18
How about a Michael Jackson song title challenge only..?
06/26/2009 08:25:00 AM · #19
instead of tribute, why not a memorial challenge? I think it should be soon if it is going to happen.
06/26/2009 01:36:57 PM · #20
To avoid offensive shots, perhaps we should have a David Carradine memorial challenge instead?
06/26/2009 02:02:12 PM · #21
Originally posted by crayon:

same as u, not a fan, but have lots of respect for what he contributed to the industry and pop culture. however, i dont like the idea of an MJ tribute challenge on DPC because i'm there would be some disrespectful (maybe even distasteful) entries from some.


He was indeed talented and contributed much to the music scene. However, his personal life is a completely different story. Some might even call it dissrespectful, maybe even distasteful. Some perhaps worse.

It's a sad end to what was a very bright and talented individual.
06/26/2009 02:30:28 PM · #22
Originally posted by citymars:

To avoid offensive shots, perhaps we should have a David Carradine memorial challenge instead?


OK... Now this made me laugh out loud for the second time today in less then 5 minutes.. I just love sarcasm and witty people.. for the curious, the first was this quote..

"I'm hoping that when the autopsy is done, and they realize it was actually LaToya who died, I can hear something other than Thriller on the radio."- Michelle Tuttle (my best friend in Utah who is NOT a big MJ fan)
06/30/2009 02:15:01 AM · #23
Originally posted by citymars:

To avoid offensive shots, perhaps we should have a David Carradine memorial challenge instead?

who's that?
06/30/2009 03:20:38 AM · #24
Originally posted by crayon:

Originally posted by citymars:

To avoid offensive shots, perhaps we should have a David Carradine memorial challenge instead?

who's that?


He's the guy who played Bill in "Kill Bill".
06/30/2009 05:30:48 AM · #25
Originally posted by kiwiness:

Originally posted by crayon:

Originally posted by citymars:

To avoid offensive shots, perhaps we should have a David Carradine memorial challenge instead?

who's that?


He's the guy who played Bill in "Kill Bill".

but, he's dead too?
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