Oh somebody PLEASE bury MJ, ok??

Ok Consm folks out there: Who else is tired of hearing about Michael Jackson besides Jim Werbaneth and me? Was he talented? Yes. Was he on par with the greats in the music industry? No. He liked to be in the company of young boys and he should have been prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law regarding the child molestation cases. I just hope to hell no one tries to nominate this freak for sainthood.

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Comment by Jack Beckman on July 6, 2009 at 8:58pm
If you order in the next 15 minutes, we'll thrown in this roll of clear plastic, suitable for covering maps while you play, *at no additional charge*! Operators are standing by!
Comment by Tony on July 6, 2009 at 8:55pm
Thanks Jim, the cartoon is cool.
Billy Mays is great, a real down to earth blue collar guy that made it big with pure talent and hard work.

He could sell a monster wargame to a bunch of grass eating euro gamers and include the counter clipper for free.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on July 6, 2009 at 7:36pm
You're absolutely right.

One of the things that I noticed about Billy Mays was that he seemed completely normal, with a normal family, friends, and ties to his hometown. He was a normal guy with a most usual, and commercially viable, talent.


I didn't find this by the way, another ConsimWorld member did, who posted it on a Wargamer.com thread.
Comment by Katie on July 6, 2009 at 7:10pm
Billy Mays was a real human being. MJ on the other hand, while quite the performer, was nothing short of a circus freak.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on July 6, 2009 at 12:03pm
In the spirit of moving on to someone else...

Billy Mays was carried to his grave in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania by six pallbearers, all wearing blue polo shirts and khaki pants, in a funeral partially organized by Anthony Sullivan. I thought it was a great, even touching tribute, and strikingly normal next to the Jackson Circus.

Billy Mays Laid to Rest
Comment by Jim Millard on June 29, 2009 at 10:07pm
I'm with Kai- glad to *not* have TV right now; bad enough to hear about 'poor MJ' on every damn radio station I turn to, and the BBC even; this morning I was nearly ill at 3 AM hearing people from Kenya, Mumbai, blah blah blah 'how great he was'. Sheesh. Shuddup and move on to anybody else.
Comment by Eric Martin on June 29, 2009 at 9:08pm
When Farrah Fawcett arrived at the Pearlie Gates, God told Farrah that before she entered she could have one wish. Farrah told God she wished all the little children on earth should be safe...

so God killed Michael Jackson.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on June 29, 2009 at 1:06pm
Only if he neglects motorcycle safety. Either that or if he and Ed Begley hug a tree, and it hugs back a little too affectionately.
Comment by Lisa Scheer on June 29, 2009 at 7:55am
I had a weird dream last night. Jay Leno is next???
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on June 28, 2009 at 9:04pm
Gale Storm just died too.

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