Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 18, 2010, 11:12:30 PM
Posts like this is what depress me. Whats the purpose of coming here and saying thing like this. Just to bring us BELIEVERS all down???????? Im kinda on the thinkin of if you dont have something POSITIVE to say then why say it at all. Go ahead kick us in the stomach. Here black our eyes while your at it. Why you wanna hurt others who are praying he is alive so badly.    :|  Dang go away. Its hard enough facing each and every day with that thread of doubt that lingers.....

Sorry guys i couldnt keep my mouth shut any longer. I get tired of those who try to bring us down. Its like go find your own room to hand with all the negative folks. If im wrong then please forgive. Got that off my chest  :roll:
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 18, 2010, 11:52:53 PM
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When I first heard that SONY made the deal with the Jackson Estate, my stomach twisted into knots and my head started hurting. It was at that moment when my 50/50 (hoax/murder) belief shifted more toward 25/75. Maybe the optimist within me clings to a glimmer of hope with the 25%. The SONY deal just screamed of bad people getting what they wanted out of MJ. Why did I shift? I have never relied on BAM dates. I have merely looked for evidence … one way or the  other to believe that MJ was alive or dead. Fact: there are people…influential people…greedy people… who wanted MJ dead. They are far more powerful than we are. This isn’t a visit into Illuminati. There are other threads for that discussion. This is more about how rich and powerful people operate. They are very stingy and don’t like to share their wealth and power.  Fact: MJ set the standard and raised the bar for entertainers. Imagine being a lazy,  mediocre, handsome/pretty and talented singer. That person must measure up to the standard set by MJ. It must indeed piss off that entertainer. He/she admires MJ yet loathes him at the same time. MJ reached heights that no other person had reached and this is especially true for a man of color. I won’t harp on the racial component since we all already know the deal when it comes to race relations.  Bottom line: There were insiders of the music industry and outsiders who looked at MJ as a threat to their status quo.
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Your post was a very nice read and gave me some new ideas. Thanks for that. The ATV music catalog is now worth more than a billion. And Sony was very much interested in getting its hands on it.  The allegations that Michael Jackson had to face in 1993 and 2003 put him into a possition where he had to sell part of his catalog to Sony to get out of his debt. There are connections between Sony and the people that were the driving power behind the child allegation charges. This is just a hint in case someone wants to look deeper into this possibility. Michael Jackson was surrounded by people who slowly destroyed him to get into his money. He didn't know who to trust anymore, not even some members of his own family. He knew exactly what was going on, but he was not in the position to fight the power of the music industry and its bosses.

It just doesn't fit anymore for me. The more i know the more i doubt that Michael was still in charge of his own estate. I'm not here to spread disinformation. But the possibility of MJ's death is part of the hoax theory. It needs to be talked about as well, even if it's just in a thread somewere on the bottom of the page, and even if it's just for a healthy argument ;)
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 12:25:37 AM
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Posts like this is what depress me. Whats the purpose of coming here and saying thing like this. Just to bring us BELIEVERS all down???????? Im kinda on the thinkin of if you dont have something POSITIVE to say then why say it at all. Go ahead kick us in the stomach. Here black our eyes while your at it. Why you wanna hurt others who are praying he is alive so badly.    :|  Dang go away. Its hard enough facing each and every day with that thread of doubt that lingers.....

Sorry guys i couldnt keep my mouth shut any longer. I get tired of those who try to bring us down. Its like go find your own room to han with all the negative folks. If im wrong then please forgive. Got that off my chest  :roll:

I'm sorry, this was not my intention!!! I respect that he was and still is like a close friend or like family to many many people. I think i have already said enough. If someone would like to have a conversation about this topic, feel free to join me at the mjfiles.com forum. We don't have to hate each other just because we have a different opinion on things :)
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 01:15:03 AM
I guess the reason most people here find posts like yours about Michael being murdered fair but somewhat undesireable is that everywhere BUT here on this hoax forum and a few other places, that's all they talk about--how Michael is dead, foul play, murder charges, MJ's debt, poor health, and how he's forever victimized. This place is a breath of fresh air. Like the Jackson's tweeted, "Your eyes don't lie." We think we see a mind-bending hoax taking place rather than the official story, and they confirm it's true.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 01:30:22 AM
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Posts like this is what depress me. Whats the purpose of coming here and saying thing like this. Just to bring us BELIEVERS all down???????? Im kinda on the thinkin of if you dont have something POSITIVE to say then why say it at all. Go ahead kick us in the stomach. Here black our eyes while your at it. Why you wanna hurt others who are praying he is alive so badly.    :|  Dang go away. Its hard enough facing each and every day with that thread of doubt that lingers.....

Sorry guys i couldnt keep my mouth shut any longer. I get tired of those who try to bring us down. Its like go find your own room to hand with all the negative folks. If im wrong then please forgive. Got that off my chest  :roll:

I totally and sincerely understand what you are saying, and I mean this with absolutely no disrespect...but in defense of the OP, they did post this in the Murder Theory forum, which is the appropriate place to put such a thread. It wasn't meant to offend or hurt any or to bring anyone down. You do have the choice not to read the threads in this particular forum. The same way non-hoax believers have the option to stay out of hoax threads in other communities.

The OP was not trying to bring you down...and they did post "in their own room," because this forum "The Murder Theory" is the room (for all intents and purposes) for the discussion of the possibility of MJ's murder and death.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 02:30:19 AM
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japan mike in 2007 was rocking - no low energy there

[youtube:yx3w3v9u]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxPbdSTUJ8o[/youtube:yx3w3v9u]

He looks good here. Just as he does at the WMA 2006. But you just don't see him doing any of the usual amazing dance moves. He is only walking around. . .


That makes it sound like you expect to see him dance every time he makes an appearance somewhere. Just because he isn't dancing, does not necessarily mean he's weak or has low energy.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 02:33:11 AM
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The video of the WMA 2006 shows how low in energy he was just three years earlier:

 Are you serius ? :?  He looks GREAT here ! But he's shy and humble as allways when accepting an award.

As i sait before, this was supposed to be his big comeback. He was supposed to sing Thriller that night, which he couldn't do. So the management got someone else in and presented the whole replacement as a tribute to MJ. He was defenitly not very well at the time.

Here a video of the "Tribute":
[youtube:2lnm2sd5]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCQIPNWI9-g[/youtube:2lnm2sd5]

That's the first time I've ever heard that MJ pulled out and that's why Chris Brown did the tribute. Cite your information sources please.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 19, 2010, 02:10:39 PM
but that does not mean he was incapable there is a world of difference.

he looked very strong when he attended the awards - waving

he did not look frail

so what are you saying?
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 20, 2010, 06:54:34 PM
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That's the first time I've ever heard that MJ pulled out and that's why Chris Brown did the tribute. Cite your information sources please.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/6155968.stm
http://fametastic.co.uk/archive/2006111 ... ic-awards/
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 20, 2010, 11:49:51 PM
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he didn't look low in energy he was looking great  :)

The WMA was supposed to be his big comeback after allegation from 2003-05. He doesn't look like he had much energy there at all. Compare this with a video from 2002:
[youtube:2yjubn78]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op-zIagOeTo[/youtube:2yjubn78]

 :D this is my new favorite MJ clip!! :lol:  :lol:  8-) I love when he's singing out of breathe LOL sounds sexy  ;)
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 21, 2010, 01:17:36 AM
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The video of the WMA 2006 shows how low in energy he was just three years earlier:

 Are you serius ? :?  He looks GREAT here ! But he's shy and humble as allways when accepting an award.

As i sait before, this was supposed to be his big comeback. He was supposed to sing Thriller that night, which he couldn't do. So the management got someone else in and presented the whole replacement as a tribute to MJ. He was defenitly not very well at the time.

Here a video of the "Tribute":
[youtube:6qd7b8un]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCQIPNWI9-g[/youtube:6qd7b8un]
I agree with you totally.  MJ was a broken man after the trial.  Everyone can say what they want about This is It, but the fact remains, there is no footage on the entire DVD of him rehearsing an entire rehearsal of even ONE song from start to finish.  By the way, I never saw this footage of the "tribute" to MJ and I will tell you, it made me cry.  It made me cry because for once in my life, I saw MJ old enough to sit on the sidelines while someone else does his dance...something he should be doing while alive.  I also cried because this guy did a fantastic job and I hope MJ was proud of him.  I loved it!  I was a little girl when MJ first came out with Thriller.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 21, 2010, 09:53:28 AM
to be honest i thought chris brown was a bit rubbish
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: March 21, 2010, 10:59:09 AM
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No your not wrong, it is to discuss the murder theory, my ? is why would you come to a hoax site when your convinced he was murdered?  All are welcome here, I meant no offense...it just seems there has been more ppl that originally thought 'hoax' and now have switched gears to 'murder'...it feels like it is being planted.
Lol, I'll just sit back & shut my mouth now   :P


I think that many(if not most) of us on here have had some doubts at one time or another as to whether Michael faked his death or was murdered.

If we knew 100% there would be no need for a "Hoax Investigators  " site at all.   ;)

Plus, as good investigators, it helps to remain open minded enough to search out ALL possible clues.
Not just the ones that lead to what we want(ie - him faking his death and being alive and well).
Even ones that may lead to him having been murdered.

I think that the big problem is that either one is equally possible.
And the clues could lead to a murder cover up or a death hoax cover up....

You said it all!
 
And for those who are asking "why people keep coming to a hoax site if blah, blah..." there you go, the post above sume it up very well IMO...

 Being "selectively blind" (if does exists such a word  :? ) to some issues is fooling yourselves. That does not help you, nor this "investigation".

I'm not saying it is/ is not a hoax, but that some are denying thing that are just right in front of your eyes.

Also to me, (some of) the arguments used to defend some issues regarding Michael's "death", are less solid & more desperated every time. That makes this whole thing loose credibility.

JMHO. Peace. :D
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 20, 2010, 08:59:44 PM
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Always remember that we only know what the media & others tell us. I personally don't think we can go by the TII due to editing & the unknown amount of rehearsal time.

I believe that given the right avenues anyone can attempt to hoax their death & surely people with less money have done so.

Also, do we really know how much medication MJ took on a regular basis or if he even took meds on a regular basis? I don't believe the autopsy revealed that information.

The truth is coming soon enough and then and only then will we know IMO.

If we can't trust anything that the media or anyone tells us, how do we know the truth? In the end, there is nothing we can realy trust, not even our own memory sometimes. The more time passes by, the nicer seems the holiday from last year. Reality is a tricky thing. Sometimes hard to define. That's a whole topic on its own. But with Michael Jackson's death, i think the more we know about him, about his life, about his feelings, about his fears, the better the picture that we are then able to draw of him. Sometimes to hear the truth about MJ might even hurt. He was just a human being like you and me, and i think his health was not good when he died (i mean if he died).

Can I ask in sincerity why you are here - it doesn't appear that you believe Michael is alive and it seems like you are trying to put doubt into the minds of others about Michael's character. Sure Michael was a human being, but that doesn't mean we should believe what the media tells us about him. Thank you for being polite.

This is the murder theory thread so now I need to ask a question.  Why are you
asking why they are here?
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 20, 2010, 09:27:55 PM
Well, Michael didn't perform.  I don't know if he was supposed to or not.  It doesn't matter.  He looked great.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 02:31:30 AM
I disagree that Sony and Aeg thought MJ was worth more dead than alive. I believe they and Michael knew that he was worth more dead supposedly to the public and fans, and still alive generating more creative genious for future selling. Hoaxing his death as well as being creative behind the scenes thru film and innovation "never doing the same twice" was what Michael clearly has spoken wanted to do, his dream. They make their money, he fulfills his dream. Will.I.Am said the whole music industry needed a jolt, and only the maker of Thriller could put it back in. This Is It, thriller II (TII) something "never done before" where we are all part of Thriller and MJ coming back from the dead (a form of 3D). Sony and AEG know they could literally dominate the planet if this happens according to MJ's dream. "It's all a part of the plan".

Beyonce beautifully said the truth, she wouldn't be performing if it wasn't for Michael, and neither would the whole musical industry be what they are today if it wasn't for him. Black artists have literally dominated music genre today. When you saw that crowd cheer as he received his award and the incredible words from the Guiness rep, "Michael is the most famous person on the planet, and sold more albums that any other artist, 750 mill and 104 mill just for Thriller." That crowd wouldn't stop cheering and people in the industry know Michael is the goose that lays golden eggs. Why would all those same people turn around and together conspire to knock him off and cover gleefully for bloody murder, like Kenny Ortega and Randy Phillips, Travis Payne, Frank Dileo, and down the list for hundreds who must have known way more than us.  They and the family definately look fake sad, smirkingly happy. And I left out thousands of hoax proofs like Liberian girl connotations of Michael being behind the camera in all this.

You mentioned that it seems Michael doesn't have the energy for dancing anymore. Just this second I remembered a Utube clip of Michael in the van surrounded by his usual crowd, and one camera guy said, Michael can you still dance. And this stuck in my brain, Michael said, "Why wouldn't I still be able to?" Like "Dah! The MC at 02 said when he hugged MJ that he felt ripped. I loved that! Investigations here have shown strongly that he was likely MJ and not a double. As for someone dancing Thriller in his place, you think it was because MJ was unable. I think rather it honored him. Another clip Michael is surrounded again and someone is doing his dance on the street and MJ is killing himself laughing saying how he loves how he was doing his dance and really getting into it with even crotch grabbing and the police clears him away.

MJ had plainly intended on only touring so long so many years and backing away from that to other "projects", even before allegations, and  repeated his dreams to Geraldo in 2007. Yes I'm a diehard beLIEver, not just gut feelings but based on all that I have come to know about MJ. He is a consumate prankster, like Lou Ferrenger(?) saying he would put a dummy in an abulance as decoy to send the Paps in the opposite direction. Elvis wanted out of his situation to live peacefully, don't know whether he's alive or not and don't really care. But Michael is different, yes he wants peace and quiet, however he has a greater desire and that is that his life would be "the greatest show on earth", and he felt God had a special calling on his life that he needed to carry out for the children of the planet (and more).  

Today as I was walking the dog and natually listening to my man's music I was feeling pain and thinking how can I get out of this--I'm like a moth coming to the flame, powerless to get away. My heart is so desiring more of him and I dread the pain of withdrawal if 2011, 2012 and nothing. I'm thinking I'm such a fool, wasting all my time on this. Then I happen upon this thread where hoax or not is being battled out. I totally understand both lines of reasoning. MJ is such a genius in giving just enough evidence to be 99% convinced but it's not completely provable/could be explained away possibly, and the media and people in charge of maintaining the hoax like family and friends are doing such a good job, that we question our own sanity for believing otherwise.

The media have managed to put such a loathing for anyone considering any news story to involve a conspiracy or an unofficial version that conflicts with the main one. Even yesterday when I mentioned about the twin towers being imploded to my son, he said, "Oh mum you've got to stop with all those conspiracy theories". It's our brains that are literally being attacked here. Up is really down, and yes is really no. As I was walking I was thinking about whether Michael would really want this, us believers just going crazy with doubt, crazy with desire for him, and the irony is when we still had him here I wasn't even interested in him. But now we can't have him and we want him so badly...  We only have each other and the internet world of information, a hope and pain. Well there's my thoughts...sometimes I need encouragement myself, so I understand what some of you are going through. Some days I'm so thankful for the postings of other beLIEvers to bring me up from the dumps, so I hope this helps someone. :)
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 03:32:30 AM
It's all about the MONEY... it always is...

Give it time the truth will out one day...
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:13:40 AM
i think mike looked amazing in the above clips - in the 2002, 2006 and 2007 and  he moved in 2009 - this is it

i wish i could move a 1/100th the way he did - you cant take your eyes off him.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:20:43 AM
I think he looked great in those clips. He was probably emotionally & mentally exhausted from the trial. But he seemed truly happy accepting that award. He's just very humble, we know this already. Usually, at most awards shows when someone is presented with such a big award, newer artists honor them by singing their songs for them. That's what I think happened at the WMA. It may have been hyped to be his big comeback but that could have been media hype or a rumor. He was probably just there to accept the award & be honored like he should be. As for the performance clip I thought he did great considering he hadn't performed like that for a little while. He always has it, it's natural for him. I think he is still able to dance & sing & that he looks healthy even in 2008. I think he just wanted to do other things like someone else mentioned. He had 40+ years in the music business, he was ready to venture in other directions now. & maybe this whole hoax was being planned for a while, & he was trying to fool people into thinking he was ill, frail, etc. So that he could be out of the spotlight & behind the scenes. Who knows. All I know is there's no concrete proof either way, dead or alive. Just a whole lot of inconsistencies, conflicting stories, & TMZ.  :lol:  :roll: I hope & pray he wasn't murdered & I know it's hard to think about but everything should be thought about at some point. We feel that he's alive & we see things that make it seem like a hoax so that's what we're believing. But anything is possible, even the things we don't want to believe. All we can do is keep watching, wait for the trial, investigate what we can, keep the faith & hope the truth comes out  :mrgreen:
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:34:34 AM
sorry but just the mention of this kind of thing has me crying like a baby...i wont ever believe he is dead..........surely the fact that there are so very many questions to get answers to.....must make a murder seem impossible.......if we did not have all these unanswered things to look into....there would be a clearer road to accepting a possible murder...........when i have stopped being upset at the mere suggestion of murder i will.....................hopefully be more in a reasonable frame of mind....sorry.....love from diane....xxxx
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:17:45 AM
by MJonmind » Wed Apr 21, 2010 1:31 am
"...I was thinking about whether Michael would really want this, us believers just going crazy with doubt, crazy with desire for him, and the irony is when we still had him here I wasn't even interested in him..."

I was always interested in MJ, I was upset there was no video to butterflies and that every time he tried to have a release of some kind the media found something unsettling to report about him, I was always into MJ videos and concert clips, and often wondered about his whereabouts before the TII announcements... 8-)
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 28, 2010, 10:53:06 AM
Ok, for a start this is the Murder Theory thread. That is what gets discussed here. There is at least an equal probability that MJ is dead. Those that do not even want to contemplate this, i fear for you, really.

Put it this way, if i can hypothesize, if mj hoaxed then you have nothing to worry about. If MJ is dead and you had your head firmly in the hoax sand all this time.......what will you think then?

It amazes me that so many think nothing bad has happened here. Is the hoax merely a comfort zone? My prediction is there is going to be nasty shock soon. Just my prediction. Let's see what happens.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 28, 2010, 11:41:17 AM
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to be honest i thought chris brown was a bit rubbish

Lol! me too!  :lol: Not to be mean or anything but noone does it like Michael, no matter what age he is. Btw, on many other fansites they say Michael was never meant to perform at the VMA in 2006. He thought he was just accepting an award but the media (who else  :roll: ) had spread news about Michael being due to perform, so many fans that were there believed so too. I really do believe in some kind of conspiracy where things were arranged in a way to make Michael look bad/weird/weak, you don't have to be a believer to see that. Remember the MTV award show with Britney Spears? The bastards clearly wanted to humiliate him! Where was/is the respect that this amazing man fully deserves?
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 28, 2010, 12:02:47 PM
I've been to Steve Delve's site  [  they seem to have their own agenda and it's to do with their opinion on MJ's sexuality] so I'm not gonna listen to his opinions.
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Re: Michael Jackson didn't fake his death!?

  • on: April 28, 2010, 12:50:46 PM
Hoax: To trick into believing or accepting as genuine something false and often preposterous. So even if it's murder it's still a hoax, because it's played up as Wacho Jacko"s(I'm so sorry) bizarre behavior doing him in!!!!!!!!!!!
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"I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be shrewd as serpents and as innocent as doves."  




Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

 

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