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Back/Front discussions / Re: Official back & Front thread
« on: May 31, 2012, 11:24:04 PM »
Lol I'm dying to know what that spot smells like  :Pulling_hair:

Back/Front discussions / Re: Official back & Front thread
« on: May 09, 2012, 08:44:19 PM »
I've been reading behind the scenes lately and although I don't really have anything to add to the investigation, I just wanted to comment on all of the exciting things happening in this thread. I love the photo montages Sim (you had to use pics from Keep it in the Closet  :-* lol)

Nice shirt front... ;D

TIAI ~ 2012 / Re: TIAI March 6
« on: March 06, 2012, 10:46:44 PM »
I don't like the tone of the article but I couldn't find a better link:

Ok, I've been hearing this doomsday stuff about the Mayan calendar and it's prediction of the end of the world. Well, sometimes we just don't think of the obvious. Here is a little tidbit that may just relieve your mind a little.
The Earth orbits the sun every 365 and a quarter days. The calendar gains a day every four years.
In 45bc Caesar created the leap year so the ancient roman calendar would automatically correct itself as it does to this day.
The Mayan calendar did not take leap year into account so they were off buy several months.
Today, without these added extra days, would be around the beginning of August 2013.
The end of the world would have occurred in June of last year.
So take a breath, pay your taxes, maintain your 401K, open your Christmas savings account, and don't burn any bridges.
We can all have a good laugh at the foolish that went underground on December the 20th as they come sheepishly crawling out a few days later.

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Basically, it talks about how the Mayan calendar didn't take into account leap years and thus, Dec. 21, 2012 would have already happened.

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i have my viewpoints on NWO. those who know me know my view...
i just want to say no one here should say what is and what is not true, as no one definiteively knows all.

to say something does or doesnt exist is not an educated statement, because there is much that the gov hides from us.

whether that be illuminati /NWO or simply the illusion of illuminati / NWO to create fear and keep control, we dont know.

hypothosies, hypertheticals, possible scanarios, ideas, etc are one thing. but to say without doubt that something does
or doesnt exist, is foolish, regardless of which side you believe...

as we are all in the dark, regardless of what version we believe or do not believe. therefore just as educated (or non educated
about the truth) as a believer who believes the opposite of us, re: illuminati and NWO


In conclusion, praise Jah, and may god bring a speedy end to this corrupt system!

Well said  bearhug

I read somewhere that his middle name is Joe but Michael liked Joseph better.

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 16, 2012, 11:10:09 AM »
 I'm more focused on the differences between Michael and Whitney's deaths. The differences in how long they tried resuscitation, the differences in how long before burial and the differences in reactions of close friends. To me, it makes Michael's death look more like a hoax while Whitney's looks more real.

Janet Jackson / Re: Janet Jackson Talks Whitney and her brother's passing
« on: February 15, 2012, 02:52:28 PM »
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I, too, have never heard anyone use the term "passed" until MJ‘s family started using it.  It’s an incomplete sentence!  It sounds like he passed gas or something. lol  I tell you - since June 25th, 2009 I feel like I’m living in Bizzaro World.

It's pretty common to use passed away instead of died (people think it doesn't sound as harsh) in the U.S. It's not as common to say passed by itself but I still have heard it a fair amount.

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 14, 2012, 11:20:45 AM »
I agree doesn't make sense that she would say that

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 13, 2012, 09:03:27 PM »
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And this is what the DEA requires all doctors to use, who are registered to write Opiates (tamper resistant Rx pads): You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login
As long as the person's real name is used, then the DEA has everything straight. I do have a feeling that many doctor's are going to have
their wrists slapped over this. There will be some bro-haha, and then only if they're caught, will they be penalized.

It's illegal for others to access anyone's medical records, other than those with a reason, period, the end! The woman who got into Farrah
Fawcett's records broke the law!

More info:
Doctors must register with the DEA, it's quite complicated - but it's done so, to weed out those who'd give out drugs freely.

FYI - this came down, either 2008 0r 2009, because of either Heath Ledger or Michael Jackson. I've been on pain medication for about 10 years now, and I do remember when docs didn't need this special paper, filed with the DEA.

In other words: Each, and every pill I swallow that's a schedule drug, is recorded by the DEA.
It's like that for everyone, who takes Opiates.

Please feel free to post these links where appropriate. It did take some digging.

Tink, the government breaks the law EVERYDAY, there is NO CONSQUENCES...PERIOD!

Your doctor works for BIG PHARMA!! 

Do American's really think their medical records are confidential?
Do American's know when they order a pizza from local pizza joint that your information is sold to local police departments so they can get you on a warrant?
You better hope your pizza arrives before the sheriff does.

And if you think your doctor has your best interest in mind......let me tell you they dont.......I'll tell you why....

When I was on my adderall, I was taking 60 mg in morning & 60mg in afternoon. The highest dosage my doctor ever prescribed. When I was going thru what I thought was depression, I went back to my doctor, he wanted to add ANOTHER anti-depressent.

I said no, i suggested an increase in my adderall. which I was at 50mg x2 daily. He said he wanted me to see a therapist to get thier opinion. I went there, she asked me why I wanted an increase, not knowing anything about the man-made disease of ADHD, I said I was getting distracted easily.  Bam...was there for less than 10 minutes....she gave me the prescription for 60mg x2= 120 mg a day.....

When I brought the prescription in to get filled....there was always a delay with it going thru to my insurance company. I asked the come there is a delay everytime I get this prescription filled? Pharmacist said she has to call insurance company to get it approved. But never told me why.....

I blew it my prescription & left......

I wasn't until after I was off my prescription that i called my insurance company on some claims & I decided to ask about why the pharmacy had to call everytime I got my Adderall filled.

What she said blew my mind...........Ma'am the dosage you we're on 120mg. It comes up with a warning of POTENTIAL OVERDOSE!....she asked if my doctor or pharmacist ever mentioned this when they prescribed this high of dosage for me?

NEVER, NEVER did my doctor, therapist, or pharmacist EVER MENTION A POSSIBLE OVERDOSE.

This is one example of "how they don't care about us" Michael Jackson.

While I do agree that pharmacies and doctors over prescribe medications, I do not think that that is the entire issue. You can not deny that some prescriptions are needed. There is a reason why our life span went up and deaths from many diseases decreased with the advent of antibiotics. So I respectfully disagree that all drugs are not not needed or that if someone is sick, they can always cure it with exercise and a good diet. The problem is that people abuse everything. I think it is dangerous to say that certain mental illnesses are fake because there are people out there who truly have chemical imbalances. However, there are people who think they are depressed or just want drugs and so they pretend to have these mental illnesses. The problem is that you can not test for these mental illnesses and so doctors have to go off of what the patient says. If the patient presents them with the appropriate symptoms, they are required to treat them. They can't just say that they think they are making it up. Just like if a drug addict comes in and says they are in pain, doctors have to treat that pain as it is very real and then they can report them to the appropriate people. So yes pharmacies and doctors over prescribe medications but people have to take responsibility too. It is their responsibility to know that you can't mix alcohol with certain medications and it is their responsibility to only take the directed dose. I guess what I am trying to say is that if we want to truly fix the problem, we have to fix all sides of the issue and not just one part.   

Prince, Paris & Blanket / Re: Happy 15th Birthday Prince Mike Jr.!
« on: February 13, 2012, 06:35:13 PM »
Happy Birthday Prince!

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 13, 2012, 03:38:39 PM »
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I wish TMZ , etc.. wouldn't show these pictures of the bathroom and "her final meal". It think it's totally disrespectful and in poor taste.

I believe this was a terrible tragedy, a mistake on her part to mix alcohol and medication and she simply passed out in the bathtub. I feel horrible for the family, especially her only daughter. My prayers have been constant since this happened, as I'm sure others are too.

I am glad that friends and celebrities are reaching out to her family. Tyler Perry seems like a kind soul offering up his plane like he did.


Well said.

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as for how we treat our artists and celebrities here in US....i agree with you again. here (generally) the idea is to "never grow old at all costs." except when artists (or every day people even) get botox, surgery, etc, they are criticized for not embracing aging. they can't win. everyone is damned if they do and damned if they don't. and you know who perpetrates that idea? the media.

Agree. It's a never-ending cycle. The media is very powerful and unfortunately, they use their power to perpetuate disgusting ideologies.

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 12, 2012, 06:21:35 PM »
Police Put Security Hold on Whitney Houston Autopsy Results

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There won't be real answers for weeks regarding Whitney Houston's technical cause of death, but not even the usual "inconclusive" placeholder is forthcoming this time.

The Beverly Hills Police Department has placed a security hold on any conclusions determined today by the autopsy performed on the pop icon, who died yesterday afternoon at the age of 48.

MORE: Bobby Brown "deeply saddened" by Whitney's death, mom Cissy Houston calls it "unimaginable tragedy"

"Nothing is being released at this time," says John Kades of the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner.

Authorities issued a statement earlier that there were "no obvious signs of criminal intent," but the BHPD will not be releasing any more information regarding its investigation until at least tomorrow.

Standard protocol is for the coroner's office to confirm that the autopsy proved inconclusive pending the result of toxicology tests, so a security hold in which no comment at all is available is out of the norm.

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TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 12, 2012, 02:22:18 PM »
Whitney Houston was incredibly talented. Her passing makes me so sad  :'( My prayers go out to her family

Jermaine Jackson / Re: Jermaine Jackson speaks about Whitney
« on: February 12, 2012, 02:14:03 PM »
He also mentions in his book that they had a connection with each other that went past friendship but nothing happened because he was married.

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