Hi Subtle Eccentric,
It's my hope, my dream to write Michael's [B]definitive[/B] bio...some day. It may take awhile, but I will most certainly include all those things you mention.
Michael love to you,
I was watching Ghosts and the Making of yesterday as well! And every time I watch it I think it's a shame how relatively unnoticed by this brilliant work is by the general public. It's criminally underrated!
It shows what a great actor Michael was. It has crazy choreography. Cool effects. And most of all a deep message which culminates in the lyrics of "Is it scary":
I'm gonna be
Exactly what you wanna see
It's you whose haunting me
Your warning me
To be the stranger
In your life
Am I amusing you
Or just confusing you
Am I the beast
And if you wanna to see
I'll be grotesque
Before your eyes
Let them all materialise
I'm gonna be
Exactly what you gonna see
So did you come to me
To see your fantasies
Performed before your very eyes
A haunting ghostly treat
The foolish trickery
And spirits dancing
In the light
But if you came to see
The truth the purity
It's here inside
A lonely heart
So let the performance start
Masquerade the heart
Is the height of haunting souls
Just not what you seek of me
Can the heart reveal the proof
Like a mirror reveals the truth
See the evil one is you
I wish people would listen to the message in it! It's so true! When they assume evil in Michael it's the reflection of THEIR OWN evil side and evil thoughts!
I hope the film complete with Making of will be released on DVD/Blue-ray!
yep, me love this time of month
I just bought part 2 and 4 of RESIDENT EVIL... Already have part 3 and still searching for part 1... I love that kind of movies where you can shriek and laugh at the same time... I also bought season 1 of Buffy, the vampire slayer... I got hooked on season 7 though
Well, I always wanted to draw but I can't I just don't have those 'fine motoric skills'... it has always 'frustrated' me though... would be cool to help my 'storyboards' as when I write I see it in visions and dialogues and I can ONLY put it in words...
WOW, would love that doll... I love 'interactive' stuff like that...
I love Halloween. I once dressed up as Michael on trial wearing PJ bottoms (except mine were Spongebob bottoms) on and slippers, I didn't shower that day so my hair can get messy as Michael did that day. The father of one of the kid thought I looked like Ozzy Osbourne, but I clarified him to who I look like.
Now what I do for Halloween recently is that I can play Ghosts on VHS (I recorded through MuchMore), play the "Thriller video on from my iPod and play Naruto Episode 194 on my MacBook laptop. I didn't have any idea who I can dress up as this year, I think I'll dress up as the player of the Boston Bruins again. I can use glow in the dark fabric paint on the pumpkins. I can hang up Michael Jackson pics of Thriller and anything Halloween I can put up.
That's my Halloween
I love cartoons and animations like my fave one is Peter pan and Alladin and I also love Tom and Jerry but the fact is our 'cartoon' channel is 'dubbed' in Dutch and I HATE that so I hardly watched it and NOW I even don't have a TV anymore so...
If I can't take the NEWS online... I love to watch a Horror movie anything with zombies, vampires, monsters...
For me, it has to be DARK... I mean I'm TOO distracted to write when its light outside so I can only 'create' when its DARK outside... That sounds silly too, I know... Inspiration does POP up during the day sometimes on moments where you curse 'ARGH NOT NOW' but I'm always thankful though...
Oh, there is a difference between creating Fanfiction (MJJC BLOG ) and my Book project
Michael's music helps to 'create' the right sphere for my Fanfiction but 'silence' is needed for my book project...
Have a creative day,
[QUOTE=Severus Snape;bt416]Yeah, workplace "friends" are hardly friends. I used to work at a place where I thought things were going okay, and while I would never consider anyone there a friend, I would say we always got along as co-workers. Once I left to go to school, everything changed. I think I went back as a customer to shop for something, and the way they treated me was totally different. I know I wasn't the only one to notice this because a girl who left also had the same experience.
I'd say just get used to it. Definitely do not call late or out if you don't need to--it reflects badly on you, too. I think you've figured that out, though.[/QUOTE]
Rarely is it a good idea to continue a work relationship with someone after you have let. .
I have found it's best to not mix business with pleasure, it never works.
Some people but not all if it was a working relationship and you met this person durin the time after you were hired that person will have a hard time accepting when you it's time you move on and up to new and better employer.
That's is what my experience has been in the work place. Although I haven't had many employers, in my last employment was an exciting job but I didn't make personal relationships outside of it.
To make a long story short, it's best to not mix your work relationships outside of work.
They don't need to know what you do in your personal life because it can come back to bit you.
Just my opinion
It is true--reading has been my escape ever since I can remember. It's a nice way to block out the outside world. I guess you can probably guess who one of my favourite literature characters is.
My favourite novel of all time is Victor Hugo's Notre-Dame de Paris, and the Disney adaptation, while vastly different, is still worth watching in my humble opinion.
Yeah, workplace "friends" are hardly friends. I used to work at a place where I thought things were going okay, and while I would never consider anyone there a friend, I would say we always got along as co-workers. Once I left to go to school, everything changed. I think I went back as a customer to shop for something, and the way they treated me was totally different. I know I wasn't the only one to notice this because a girl who left also had the same experience.
I'd say just get used to it. Definitely do not call late or out if you don't need to--it reflects badly on you, too. I think you've figured that out, though.
You and I have much in common when it comes to animations. I love Disney and Looney Tunes cartoons, I love Nickelodeon cartoons like Spongebob Squarepants, Penguins Of Madagascar, Back At The Barnyard, Ren & Stimpy. What I love most is anime, Naruto, Bleach, Dragonball Z, Love Hina, Ai Yori Aoshi, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Negima, Shuffle! and such. I always love to read manga too.
I couldn't watch episode 47 of Naruto, because the part when my favourite character Hinata Hyuga got hit by the heart and being taken away by stretcher making me relive the June 25th, 2009 all over again, I hope I can watch the episode someday until I can get over that event. The world of Naruto heals my depression thanx to NaruHina (Naruto x Hinata- my favourite anime couple), everytime I see that they make me happy and hoping will be an offical couple.
Everytime I draw anime like Naruto, Love Hina, Negima, etc. they're always MJ inspired. Animations are my escapism.
I'm all for fantasies. I go for fantasies like when I watch or read Naruto and Spongebob for example as my favourites, I wanna get away from reality because reality sux. Anime and cartoons are always my greatest source of escapism. I love the creation of fantasy of some sort, because you wanna go to a world you belong forever. All reality stuff that happened like laws, crime, war, famine and such ruins a perfect world. Fantasy is a perfect world.
ALL FOR FANTASIES!!!
What a cool post
Indeed, I love reading... I love the "escapism" it brings... I love HORROR and suspense too and I'm NOT fond of tabloids too.
Reading is VERY important for your knowledge... Michael once said: "Knowledge is POWER".
Its also PERFECT for learning a language...
As a writer, I love to 'get lost' in a story I write... I love 'sweating' on it...
I too love a story with a message... with a kick... I love going to HORROR movies at the theathre and then you go home 'scared'.... Once again, its like Michael said: "Its fun to be scared sometimes..."