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Offline mdc

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Does anybody else see references...

  • on: February 05, 2010, 02:37:18 AM
After investigating this so long, does anybody else see references to the MJ hoax theories everywhere now?!  :D

I don't watch much TV but one of my favorite shows is "Bones" on Fox TV.  I wonder if a writer or producer there reads at these boards or is "in the know" about MJ.  A couple weeks ago they had an episode about the possible government cover-up of the JFK assassination and a Michael Jackson reference at the beginning of the episode.  This week they are investigating the corpse of a "hellboy" who has horns and a tail. Well they are led to a sanitarium by the name of Havenhurst of all things. lol  I was doing something else and when they said Havenhurst my head snapped around so fast I think I might have given myself whiplash.  :lol:  Anyway the interweaving moral of the story is about evil... with a little bit of prejudices thrown in with their misunderstood intern who happens to be of the Muslim faith. I've read theories from JFK, NWO, and government corruption to the religious and racial theories.  Now I see it everywhere, so I guess MJ did create more awareness. Anyway, everywhere I look now there are all these "MJ lessons" to be seen and I was just wondering if anyone else experiences the same thing or am I just off my rocker. :lol:  It's so bad I even questioned the black and white checkered tile floor at Havenhurst and the diner Bones/Booth eat at. Guess I just answered my own question...I'm nuts! lol

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Offline teine21

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Re: Does anybody else see references...

  • on: February 05, 2010, 01:14:07 PM
Probably irrelevant, but my brother watches the Superbowl & we saw a preview for one of the commercials that will be played during the game. Millions of people tune in for the commercials, anyways it was for Doritos & the concept of the commercial is a guy who fakes his death so he can eat Doritos in a casket, it shows him at the funeral for himself, in the casket full of Doritos & everyone's crying. All of a sudden, the casket falls over & he falls out in the middle of his own funeral. Corny & maybe irrelevant but the concept of him FAKING HIS DEATH is interesting to me, the fact that they are putting that idea out there is new & interesting.
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Offline Datroot

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Re: Does anybody else see references...

  • on: February 05, 2010, 01:22:40 PM
Wonder who made the commercial (TMZ or Sony perhaps)
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Offline StayTuned

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Re: Does anybody else see references...

  • on: February 05, 2010, 02:34:59 PM
I was on my pc and i had the t.v on and when i heard the word Havenhurst i did the same thing i was like wha? it was weird!
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Offline Grace

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Re: Does anybody else see references...

  • on: February 05, 2010, 03:42:23 PM
We have 5 songs of MJ in the radio.
Now you could argue why so few when he has written so many.
The interesting part of this is - before June 25, there was none, nada, niente, rien.
Now they are playing TDCAU, BoW, You are not alone, Earth Song, HtW.
Nothing else.
At exactly the same hour every day one of these five. On several stations.

Makes you go hmmmm.
As if there were sb watching, giving an order and sb obeying and executing.
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