Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

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Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 04:20:38 PM
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Oprah is announcing her retirement with next season being her finale. She mentioned "Yellow brick road" before starting to tear.... I love Oprah!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 05:04:22 PM
So they are going to 'knock our socks off' starting from January.... also when the Murray's investigation is expected to be resumed and we'll see the TII DVD with some 2-3 hours of extra material which 'would reveal the plan' as KO said... perhaps a timing coincidence but still interesting! Also the stress on 25... which is no doubt a round number  ;)
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 05:54:15 PM
*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 06:38:24 PM
This is really interesting.... The Number 25 has a meaning in all of this also in my opinion.  It was the day MJ "died" and also since
this day there were things happening on the 25th of each month and tnz says it will be BAMSDAY on 25th of december ...

http://www.ridingthebeast.com/numbers/nu25.php

http://www.theetrinitycreation.com/insight.htm
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 06:54:07 PM
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So they are going to 'knock our socks off' starting from January.... also when the Murray's investigation is expected to be resumed and we'll see the TII DVD with some 2-3 hours of extra material which 'would reveal the plan' as KO said... perhaps a timing coincidence but still interesting! Also the stress on 25... which is no doubt a round number  ;)

"would reveal the plan"???? KO???
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 07:08:18 PM
You think Oprah changed her views of Michael and his innocence? prehaps she did but I do not believe it until I hear it. She makes me feel uncomfortable.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 07:59:31 PM
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You think Oprah changed her views of Michael and his innocence? prehaps she did but I do not believe it until I hear it. She makes me feel uncomfortable.

I think she respects the court decision. It's up them whether they believe or not, we cant change their minds. They are grown ups. Which ever way, I respect Oprah! Girl power!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 08:53:03 PM
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So they are going to 'knock our socks off' starting from January.... also when the Murray's investigation is expected to be resumed and we'll see the TII DVD with some 2-3 hours of extra material which 'would reveal the plan' as KO said... perhaps a timing coincidence but still interesting! Also the stress on 25... which is no doubt a round number  ;)

"would reveal the plan"???? KO???
what i miss???
someone can tell me??
thanks!

Well, he literally said it, check out this interview (already posted in another thread some time ago):

http://www.collider.com/2009/10/31/excl ... vdblu-ray/

Liten to Kenny on 2:45-ish, he says that there gonna be "good... fat 2-3 hours of additional footage that goes in deeper into the whole development idea... of the plan"! He could have of course been talking about the tour and concerts.... but why not to say so directly....  :?

Personally i have good hopes that the whole 'plan' shall be revealed in the period between Christmas and mid January, before the investigation kicks off and before the DVD is out!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 26, 2009, 11:16:37 PM
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*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!

thats exactly what i was thinking! the first place he would do an interview with!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 27, 2009, 01:17:40 AM
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You think Oprah changed her views of Michael and his innocence? prehaps she did but I do not believe it until I hear it. She makes me feel uncomfortable.

I'm with you.  Oprah threw Michael under the bus three times from what I recall.  Once in her interview with him at Neverland.  And again when she interviewed Lisa Marie and Priscilla Presley (actually they all threw the guy under the bus).   Now I don't think MIchael was totally naive throughout this but I do believe that he was being honest and open and IMO they took advantage of his trusting nature.  I also think Oprah felt a bit guilty once Michael "died" and tried  to make up for it.  So three strikes and your out Oprah and I don't think she is in on it...IMHO.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 27, 2009, 11:36:38 AM
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*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!

thats exactly what i was thinking! the first place he would do an interview with!

I'm with you! Totally... I can imagine, the first episode of the season finale. "And today, we start of our first episode with a mystery guest. He is the undisputed the king of pop and the greatest entertainer the world has ever seen. Let's give it up for MR MICHAEL JACKSON!" *Mj moonwalks onto the stage* Audience shocked, speechless and just breathless! And we, the hoax believer will scream in everyone's faces " I TOLD YOU....."  :D   :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D I WISH!
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 27, 2009, 12:33:08 PM
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*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!

thats exactly what i was thinking! the first place he would do an interview with!

I'm with you! Totally... I can imagine, the first episode of the season finale. "And today, we start of our first episode with a mystery guest. He is the undisputed the king of pop and the greatest entertainer the world has ever seen. Let's give it up for MR MICHAEL JACKSON!" *Mj moonwalks onto the stage* Audience shocked, speechless and just breathless! And we, the hoax believer will scream in everyone's faces " I TOLD YOU....."  :D   :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D I WISH!

Wow!! if that happens, i would be like the happiest person on earth, i swear! :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 27, 2009, 01:39:47 PM
Oprah is doing her own thing...pumping up her ratings and preparing to start her own network.  I'm not so convinced that she is in on a hoax or helping MJ in any way.  She held her "tribute" and interviewed KO prior to TII's premier but that may be all to expect from Oprah.  
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You think Oprah changed her views of Michael and his innocence? prehaps she did but I do not believe it until I hear it. She makes me feel uncomfortable.

I'm with you.  Oprah threw Michael under the bus three times from what I recall.  Once in her interview with him at Neverland.  And again when she interviewed Lisa Marie and Priscilla Presley (actually they all threw the guy under the bus).   Now I don't think MIchael was totally naive throughout this but I do believe that he was being honest and open and IMO they took advantage of his trusting nature.  I also think Oprah felt a bit guilty once Michael "died" and tried  to make up for it.  So three strikes and your out Oprah and I don't think she is in on it...IMHO.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 04:34:37 PM
Guys.. MJ will not be on Oprah..

 Oprah doesn't like MJ
SHe made that clear by bashing him on TV at the time of the trials in 2005 with Lisa marie and Priscilla Presley..

To me..Oprah.. is not a nice person at all.. first i loved her.. but she  gives me the creeps now.

my opinion didn't change because of MJ...this is a feeling that i have for 2 years now
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 08:16:24 PM
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Oprah is doing her own thing...pumping up her ratings and preparing to start her own network.  I'm not so convinced that she is in on a hoax or helping MJ in any way.  She held her "tribute" and interviewed KO prior to TII's premier but that may be all to expect from Oprah.  
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You think Oprah changed her views of Michael and his innocence? prehaps she did but I do not believe it until I hear it. She makes me feel uncomfortable.

I'm with you.  Oprah threw Michael under the bus three times from what I recall.  Once in her interview with him at Neverland.  And again when she interviewed Lisa Marie and Priscilla Presley (actually they all threw the guy under the bus).   Now I don't think MIchael was totally naive throughout this but I do believe that he was being honest and open and IMO they took advantage of his trusting nature.  I also think Oprah felt a bit guilty once Michael "died" and tried  to make up for it.  So three strikes and your out Oprah and I don't think she is in on it...IMHO.

I don't believe Oprah is a bad person, but she does put on airs. Not all the time, but enough to turn me frombeing an everyday viewer. I don't even try to watch if I'm not interested in the topic.

Then there is the Michael issue. She does throw him under the bus. It's like if she can bring him up to malign him or get a laugh she will. I remember her doing a show on body dismorphic disorder and guess what Oprah does.  She says "I wonder if Michael Jackson has it."  :shock:  Then they showed pictures of him. I'm thinking why did she even bring him up!!

And it seems like whenever Chris Rock is on the show, they manage to bring him up and have a laugh.  Like when Chris Rock was on Oprah for his hair documentary and he brought up Michael Jr.'s blond hair from the Bashir doc. He said that Michael had the boy's hair bleached blond. And Oprah's like "Oh, I don't remember that. I have to watch that again."  :shock:  And Chris Rock was blaming the Jacksons for his jacked-up Jheri curl, because the they were the trendsetters back then.  :roll:

I can be fine with Oprah and chalk things up to a difference of opinion, but with Michael I think she goes out of her way to just bash him. I think as intelligent as she is and with her caliber celebraty, she should know better.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 08:19:04 PM
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*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!

thats exactly what i was thinking! the first place he would do an interview with!

I'm with you! Totally... I can imagine, the first episode of the season finale. "And today, we start of our first episode with a mystery guest. He is the undisputed the king of pop and the greatest entertainer the world has ever seen. Let's give it up for MR MICHAEL JACKSON!" *Mj moonwalks onto the stage* Audience shocked, speechless and just breathless! And we, the hoax believer will scream in everyone's faces " I TOLD YOU....."  :D   :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D I WISH!

 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  I nearly spat on my screen then!!! loves it.  :P
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 08:22:38 PM
I'll agree that Oprah is a bit two-faced.
When Madonna mentioned in her speech at the VMA's how people had abandoned him, Oprah came to mind.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 08:36:40 PM
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*BAM*! MJ is back on the Oprah Winfrey show!

thats exactly what i was thinking! the first place he would do an interview with!

I'd be laughing and crying at the same time! Laughing while saying, "I told you so!" To my mother and friends, and crying tears of joy. lol  :D
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 08:38:16 PM
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I'll agree that Oprah is a bit two-faced.
When Madonna mentioned in her speech at the VMA's how people had abandoned him, Oprah came to mind.

Yeah and Madonna is a bit 2 faced as well. I think the main reason she abandoned him is because she wanted a lot more then just friendship, while MJ simply wanted to be her friend.
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Re: Oprah said "Yellow brick road"

  • on: November 28, 2009, 09:11:49 PM
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I'll agree that Oprah is a bit two-faced.
When Madonna mentioned in her speech at the VMA's how people had abandoned him, Oprah came to mind.

Yeah and Madonna is a bit 2 faced as well. I think the main reason she abandoned him is because she wanted a lot more then just friendship, while MJ simply wanted to be her friend.
Yeah, and Madonna is an opportunist. She might've wanted more from MJ, but I don't think it was sincere.
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