Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

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Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 04:10:28 AM
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One of Conrad Murray's longtime patients is "pissed" with Judge Michael Pastor's decision to yank the Doc's medical license ... telling TMZ the Judge is "preventing a phenomenal doctor from working."



Robert Day -- a patient at Murray's Vegas practice -- says the judge made a "100% poor choice" because Murray "just wanted to help MJ."

Day adds, "[Murray] is the most compassionate reserved gentle giant you'll ever meet."

As we previously reported, Judge Pastor ordered the suspension of Murray's license as a condition to the Doc's bail in the Michael Jackson manslaughter case.


http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/11/murray-pa ... tle-giant/
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 09:52:41 AM
Of course he wanted to help - to put the hoax machine in motion.  8-)
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 01:28:35 PM
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One of Conrad Murray's longtime patients is "pissed" with Judge Michael Pastor's decision to yank the Doc's medical license ... telling TMZ the Judge is "preventing a phenomenal doctor from working."


Robert Day -- a patient at Murray's Vegas practice -- says the judge made a "100% poor choice" because Murray "just wanted to help MJ."

Day adds, "[Murray] is the most compassionate reserved gentle giant you'll ever meet."

As we previously reported, Judge Pastor ordered the suspension of Murray's license as a condition to the Doc's bail in the Michael Jackson manslaughter case.


http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/11/murray-pa ... tle-giant/
Yea a phenomenal doctor who doesnt kno how to do CPR correctly.  :roll: This Robert Day guy seems slightly familiar but I cant seem to put my finger on why.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 01:37:31 PM
oh yes...helping mj to heal  his insomnia with an anesthetic...very wise choice...good job for a doctor...very good...congratulations...i would never let to  touch myself from a murray like that....is better a veterinary...but these are useless comments we all know is hoax...isnt' it?
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 02:26:01 PM
Robert Day
Director | Camera and Electrical Department | Writer

Born:
September 11, 1922 in Sheen, England, UK

Mini Biography
Robert Day worked his way up from clapper boy to camera operator to full-fledged lensman in his native England before giving directing a shot in the mid-1950s. His first film as director, the black comedy The Green Man (1956) for the writer-producer team and Launder and Gilliat, garnered fine reviews and a classic notoriety; using this as a starting point, Day went on to become one of the industry's busiest directors. He relocated to Hollywood in the 1960s and began directing scads of TV episodes and made-for-TV movies on this side of the Atlantic. He occasionally turns up in bits in his own productions, including Grip of the Strangler (1958), Two Way Stretch (1960), the mini-series Peter and Paul (1981) (TV), etc.
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The Green Man (film)



The Green Man is a 1956 British comedy-drama film based on the play Meet A Body by Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat, who produced and adapted the big-screen version.

Freelance assassin Hawkins (Sim) has plans to blow up Sir Gregory Upshott, a Cabinet minister (Huntley) when the latter is discovered to be having an affair, about to be consummated at the Green Man Hotel. However his plans are accidentally uncovered and foiled by vacuum cleaner salesman Blake (Cole) who forges an unlikely alliance with Ann (Adams), engaged to be married a rather stuffy BBC announcer, Willoughby-Cruft (Gordon). The latter relationship breaks down when Willoughby-Cruft finds his fiancée under their bed with Blake and later, in her lingerie, accidentally entangled on the floor with him. As such, there are some romantic (and not-at-all romantic) interludes and Hawkins briefly has the task of trying to deal with his secretary, a friendly policeman, and prepare his bomb at the same time.
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This is getting too weird, I previously posted about this whole thing seeming like a black comedy!
http://http://michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=17048&hilit=+black+comedy#p290991

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I am sorry Michael but this is a really bad drama unless it is meant to be a black comedy.

Black humour
Black humour (from the French humour noir) is a term coined by Surrealist theoretician André Breton in 1935, to designate the sub-genre of comedy and satire in which laughter arises from cynism and skepticism. Black humour is often a satire on the topic of death.

The terms black comedy or dark comedy have been later derived as alternatives to Breton's term. In black humour, topics and events that are usually regarded as taboo, specifically those related to death, are treated in an unusually humorous or satirical manner while retaining their seriousness; the intent of black comedy, therefore, is often for the audience to experience both laughter and discomfort, sometimes simultaneously.
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And "Green Man" has been well documented on the forums but here it is again!  :lol:

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The Green Man
Michael appears as a “Green Man” in the video for the remake of the song “We Are The World”.



Osiris/Horus Connection.
Green man represents resurrection and is associated with Osiris, Jesus, the Messiah, as well as Peter Pan. “Michael tells us in the Bashir documentary “I am Peter Pan”…in other words, I am the Green Man. (I am the Messiah?) :shock:


Image from the hood of Michael's motorized cart from Neverland

"Green Man" represents resurrection and rebirth (but we already know that).
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 02:46:42 PM
is weird to know taht here in italy the "green man" movie is known as the title "murderess of trust" look the link...is murray a murderess of trust?

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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 02:50:53 PM
The Green Man motif has many variations. Found in many cultures around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural vegetative deities springing up in different cultures throughout the ages. Primarily it is interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, or "renaissance," representing the cycle of growth each spring. Some speculate that the mythology of the Green Man developed independently in the traditions of separate ancient cultures and evolved into the wide variety of examples found throughout history.
A more modern embodiment is found in "Peter Pan", who enters the civilized world from Neverland, clothed in green leaves. Even Father Christmas, who was often shown wreathed in ivy in early depictions, has been suggested as a similar woodland spirit.
Also there are legends of (Khidr) in which, like Osiris, he is "dismembered and reborn" and prophecies connecting him, like the Green Man, with the end of time. His name means the Green One or Verdant One, he is "the voice of inspiration to the aspirant and committed artist". He can come as a white light or the gleam on a blade of grass, but more often as an inner mood. "The sign of his presence is the ability to work or experience with tireless enthusiasm beyond one's normal capacities." In this there may be a link across cultures, …one reason for the enthusiasm of the medieval sculptors for the Green Man may be that he was the source of every inspiration.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 03:10:58 PM
I not that to do with TMZ, Robert Day, the green man, this one related this?

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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 03:54:54 PM
From seeingclues' blog more on Robert Day: http://http://www.seeingclues.blogspot.com/

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But for something even more eerie...

Robert Day also directed a film entitled, "Corridors of Blood". The main character develops an addiction to surgical anesthetics!
Information on this film can be found here:
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051542/



But a blog reader "Sarah" noticed a few interesting character names in the film. Let's look at the cast!



We have a "Resurrection Joe", and even more curious, a "Mr. Blount".  A paramedic with the last name "Blount" testified at the preliminary hearing.  Small world!!

As a side piece of trivia, an actor named Robert Day played a part in the 1980 film, "The Elephant Man".



Make no bones about it, it must also be a silly coincidence... :)

Thanks to all who have found interesting Robert Day connections.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 04:37:16 PM
I think this shows even more how Murray represents Michael in this trial, whereas his "patients" could symbolize the fans.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 04:52:41 PM
If he's such a brilliant doctor, how has it happened that he doesn't know how to do CPR?!Give me a break!All this needs to be a huge HOAX, otherwise, it's just a sick circus.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 05:12:05 PM
Also Boris Karloff who played the doctor in Robert Day movie "Corridors of Blood"
was also in a TV series with an actor named Vaughn Taylor called:

Thriller
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053546/fullcredits#cast

Vaughn Taylor
was in a the TV series "The Court of Last Resort"
He played Conrad Murray in an episode entitled "The Conrad Murray Case"
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0549697/

Vaughn Taylor was also in the film

Jailhouse Rock - Starring Elvis Presley
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050556/

Remember the similar scene from TII that resembles a scene from Jailhouse Rock?

[youtube:jgjqi9df]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpzV_0l5ILI[/youtube:jgjqi9df]
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 05:34:41 PM
All I have to say is "What!!!!"  This is Insanity!  Thanks TMZ!  This is some extensive spider web of hoax information... geez!  Does anyone still remember that original list of Murray's patients... it might have been on the old forum?  A bunch of strange names were on there also.  The script for this hoax must have taken MJ a long time to write, I bet it is bigger than the OPUS Book!   :lol:
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 05:37:03 PM
It was "Smooth Criminal" in TII

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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 07:09:13 PM
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by MashMike » Wed Jan 12, 2011 3:52 pm
If he's such a brilliant doctor, how has it happened that he doesn't know how to do CPR?!Give me a break!All this needs to be a huge HOAX, otherwise, it's just a sick circus.

About the CPR tale, could we not imagine where Doctor Murry was just asking the body guards, if they new how to do CPR so that they could rotate with him , if they also knew how to do CPR?
Maybe he was tired out, and needed their help. :?:  

I mean, Murry couldn’t possibly be a licensed  cardiologist here in the U.S.A. without at least knowing CPR.

 That is not  a believable story to anyone, including perhaps the judge , ,
who, I am sure knows about  the strict licensing requirements  Doctor Murry  must have had to fulfill, before securing his cardiologist license to practice medicine in several States no less, in U.S.A.. :?

All is not what it seems IMO.
. I am almost sure Doc. Murry knew how to do CPR,but I believe his only problem was that of panicking and losing it at the wrong moment when he saw/discovered, Mike had a bad reaction to the meds he gave him.  :shock:  :?

Murry  admitted from the beginning,  that he gave Mike his “milk” i.e. the same propofol sedative,  which   Mike probably  was used to taking for his insomnia way before Doctor Murry became his doctor anyway?.  ;)

There is no denying that  Mike was already battling insomnia.
 
And yes,if I am not mistaken, it is true, that  Mike also did travel with his own Anesthesiologist,at least,  when he was doing his world tours .
I am sure I read that story before somewhere.
So what did Mike take for his  insomnia problem when he was at home?That is one question to ask for sure. And who gave Mike his meds for sleep before?
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A man is innocent before he is proven guilty, and that courtesy   sure should apply for  for Doc . Murry too IMO.
. None of us were there , and we really don’t know what really happened there in that bedroom that fateful day.

Murry could be just set up, and all the guards are lying their butts off on Dr. Murry,,
saying now,  he did not know how to do CPR?
Like I said , it could just be, that Maybe Murry meant to ask fro rotation help from them, and  they are twisting things on him now?
If that is true, the question is why?
Were they also not to blame for some of the things that happened that day and even before?
Could they not have called 911 instead of hiding the meds and such things like that?

 What about,the guards  securing the house and not letting anyone come in and out. Surely they knew they should have done at least that? ;)

And what happened to  the Cash Mike had in the house.

 Could it be all of them were just trying to get their hands on the Cash first, before they helped Mike and called 911?

Too many things to think about, before zeroing in on just Doc. Murry and bashing him about this CPR thing, just  based on the guards testimony IMO.

After all Mike himself must have trusted this Doc for giving him these sedatives for at least two months every night before 6-24 and 6-25. per the testimonies in the prelim.  :?

Yeah..I also still have a shred hope left, that  all this hopefully may be just a joke and a hoax that was planned by Mike,though, I admit,that  it is more and more ,becoming  very very hard to believe, that it really could be that way.

Nevertheless, in the end,  anything and everything just may be a possibility,including this bizarre/strange case ,just being just a  hoax idea..  ;)
Let us hope it is.  :)  
God bless Mike where ever he may be. :)
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 07:24:32 PM
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Also Boris Karloff who played the doctor in Robert Day movie "Corridors of Blood"
was also in a TV series with an actor named Vaughn Taylor called:

Thriller
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053546/fullcredits#cast

Vaughn Taylor
was in a the TV series "The Court of Last Resort"
He played Conrad Murray in an episode entitled "The Conrad Murray Case"
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0549697/

Vaughn Taylor was also in the film

Jailhouse Rock - Starring Elvis Presley
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050556/

Remember the similar scene from TII that resembles a scene from Jailhouse Rock?

I went down one of these Robert Day "rabbit holes" and didn't like what was down there. Had to come back up with a nasty taste in my mouth. Sometimes these "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" are just wrong on so many levels. And I'm not sure if I care to elaborate.
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 07:39:48 PM
didn't i see somewhere in the testimony part where at the time murry said that he was treating mj for dehydration?

wasn't it after he disappeared for a while that he admitted that he had given him anything? has anybody asked him in court what happened over that time?

did anyone figure out if he ever got back in the house? the body guard testified to having called someone to have the house emptied and lockdown.

but then family was supposed to have been there later in the night.

did i make this up or what?

the what being i need a nice time out in my pretty little jacket :?
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 08:12:41 PM
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by suspicious mind » Wed Jan 12, 2011 6:39 pm
didn't i see somewhere in the testimony part where at the time murry said that he was treating mj for dehydration?

Yeah ,it is true Murry said that, but also that he was trying to wean Mike off his addiction to anesthesia and other meds Mike was on.

That is his story anyway. He gave his word to the police detective, and the detective testified, that Murry said ,Mike was begging him to give him something to go to sleep or else he would not show up to rehearsal.

 If true,Murry was hired to make sure to see to it, that Mike did go to the rehearsals and thereby honor his “contract” to AEG etal.He got paid by them after all.
 
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wasn't it after he disappeared for a while that he admitted that he had given him anything? has anybody asked him in court what happened over that time?

Well, there was testimony heard from the paramedics, Murry accompanied the “body” to the ER.
So, I do not know how Murry supposedly had disappeared at all. He was present when Katherine was at the hospital.
He stayed there until Mike was announced dead :? That much is verified , I think. :?

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did anyone figure out if he ever got back in the house?

 the guards testified, that Murry  asked them to take him back to the house to retrieve the famous “cream” Mike wouldn’t wish the world would know about . :?
 Strange Cream? But, they testified that they lied and said to Murry,that they had no transportation to take him back,and that the  keys to the cars were  given to police etc...Wonder why they lied to Doc . Murry like that ?

The question is how soon did they,the bodygurards, themselves got  back to the house?
 And what happened there?
Including the security tapes? These gurads were highly  trained guards . NOI? :?

 
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the body guard testified to having called someone to have the house emptied and lockdown.

I am not aware of that . But, either way, they ,all of them, knew that there were valuables in that house, and I doubt, if that did not cross their mind at some point? :? . :?  

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but then family was supposed to have been there later in the night.

Yeah, at midnight or so for La Toya’s visit. But, Janet too later helped clean out the house. :?
 Strange move on their part,Instead of having the place secured and called the police to do that, with full inventory taken.etc etc..?  :?

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did i make this up or what?

the what being i need a nice time out in my pretty little jacket


Oh, well.... :lol:  :lol:
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 12, 2011, 08:38:55 PM
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43 minutes ago by TMZ Staff  




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One of Conrad Murray's longtime patients is "pissed" with Judge Michael Pastor's decision to yank the Doc's medical license ... telling TMZ the Judge is "preventing a phenomenal doctor from working."



Robert Day -- a patient at Murray's Vegas practice -- says the judge made a "100% poor choice" because Murray "just wanted to help MJ."

Day adds, "[Murray] is the most compassionate reserved gentle giant you'll ever meet."

As we previously reported, Judge Pastor ordered the suspension of Murray's license as a condition to the Doc's bail in the Michael Jackson manslaughter case.


http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/11/murray-pa ... tle-giant/
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 13, 2011, 06:47:49 AM
TMZ has previously reported on Robert Day too.

Dr. Conrad Murray Has Patients
8/18/2009 1:00 PM PDT by TMZ Staff

Dr. Conrad Murray may be on the hotseat with the LAPD over Michael Jackson's death, but that's not going to cramp his style when it comes to proving to the world he's a beloved MD.



In addition to his "thank you" video, Dr. Murray posted contact info for 14 of his patients who would give testimonials. They wouldn't talk Propofol, but were more than eager to give props to the good doc.

Here are a few highlights:

Rev. Floyd Williams: "If Murray wasn't black, none of this would be happening. It's the media hype to show that black folks are still the minority"

Eliza Robertson: "If Katherine [Jackson] is that concerned she should have stopped all of the painkillers [Michael] was taking before. I would have tried to get him on a better road."

"[Dr. Murray] would leave Las Vegas and come take care of me in my home [in Houston], and pay me visits, and give me checkups. I don't believe that Murray would have given or prescribed MJ anything he didn't ask for."

Ben Mask: "When Dr. Murray moved his office into my neighborhood there wasn't a lot of money out here just a lot of old people living off checks. When he came out here he was behind on his bills and he needed the money. If I was in his shoes I would have taken the money too. It was an offer he couldn't refuse. It could be a set up ... You just never know, things are so crooked."

Robert "Bobby" Day: "He was the type of doctor that people would want to hug on their way out. He never rushed people and he was wonderful with following up. Everyone adored him."
http://http://www.tmz.com/2009/08/18/dr-conrad-murray-michael-jackson-patients/

There is also another Robert Day known as Bobby Day.

Bobby Day
Bobby Day (July 1, 1928 - July 27, 1990), was an early African American rock and roll and R&B musician. Born Robert James Byrd, (making him Bobby Byrd - not to be confused with the funk musician/Famous Flames member of the same name), in Fort Worth, Texas, he moved to Los Angeles, California at the age of fifteen. As a member of the R&B group, The Hollywood Flames, he used the stage name Bobby Day to perform and record. He went several years with minor musical success limited to the West Coast, including being the original "Bob" in the duo Bob & Earl. In 1957, Day formed his own band called the "Satellites" following which he recorded three songs that are seen today as rock and roll classics.[citation needed]

Day's best known songwriting efforts were "Over and Over" made popular by the Dave Clark Five in 1965 and "Little Bitty Pretty One" popularized by Thurston Harris in 1957, Clyde McPhatter in 1962 and the Jackson Five in 1972. However, Day is most remembered for his 1958 solo recording of the Billboard Hot 100 No. 2 hit, "Rockin' Robin", written by Leon Rene under the pseudonym Jimmie Thomas. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. "Rockin' Robin" was a song covered by Bob Luman at Town Hall Party on 28 October 1958, The Hollies in 1964, Gene Vincent in 1969, Michael Jackson in 1972, and by McFly in 2006.

Sometimes referred to as a one-hit wonder, because despite numerous recordings with a variety of record labels, Day never achieved another Top 40 hit apart from "Rockin' Robin".

Day died of cancer in 1990, and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.
http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Day

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Bobby Day was born Robert James Byrd, (making him Bobby Byrd - not to be confused with the funk musician/Famous Flames member of the same name.
The other Bobby Byrd.

Famous Flames
The Famous Flames was an R&B vocal group founded by Bobby Byrd that performed with James Brown during the early years of his career. On recordings such as "Please, Please, Please", "Try Me", "Think"," I Don't Mind ","Shout and Shimmy", "Bewildered", "Oh Baby, Don't You Weep", and "I'll Go Crazy" the group's smooth backing harmonies contrasted strikingly with Brown's own rough, impassioned delivery, and their synchronized dance steps were a prominent visual feature of his live shows. The Famous Flames performed with Brown on many of his live and studio albums, including his breakthrough Live at the Apollo, and appeared with him in the films The T.A.M.I. Show and Ski Party. They also made appearances on television programs including American Bandstand and Where the Action Is (both hosted by Dick Clark) and two episodes of The Ed Sullivan Show.

The Famous Flames appeared less and less often on record as Brown's music moved beyond his original R&B style and into the realm of funk; he later claimed that "[t]hey were a good stage act, but they couldn't really sing all that good." Their last studio recording with Brown was "Maybe the Last Time", the B-side of his 1964 proto-funk single "Out of Sight". They continued to appear with him on stage until 1968. After briefly leaving him in the late 60s, Byrd continued with Brown in a supporting vocal role into the 70s and beyond.
http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famous_Flames
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 13, 2011, 07:40:15 AM
Joe Jackson: "This movie features body doubles, no doubt about it. I think people will tear this movie apart."

Is there another meaning for the reference to body doubles, besides the literal one?

The hoax is "This Is It" not just the movie that we saw in theatres.

Are we seeing the different doubles?
How there are more than one person (body) with the same name that are relevant to the hoax. Dual meanings, two managers, two hospitals, two versions of so many things...all these "doubles".

And we are tearing the hoax apart, digging deeper, looking beyond the superficial veneer so Joe was right!

Just a thought.  :D
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 14, 2011, 03:33:01 PM
I put a video up about all of this and I watched the films and TV series that were connecting to this "Robert Day" name and I noticed something. In the film "Corridors of Blood" (by Robert Day which previously mentioned in this thread), the main character, who becomes addicted to anaesthetic, is mixing chemicals at one point for his anaesthetic concoctions.

The Camera focuses on a specific bottle "VITRIOL".





After the tragic Arizona shooting, the word “vitriol” was everywhere in the news. What is its literally dangerous meaning?
January 10, 2011

After Saturday’s shocking attack on Arizona lawmaker Gabrielle Giffords and a crowd of bystanders, an unusual word proliferated through all forms of media. Shortly after the shooting tragedy, Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik cited “vitriolic rhetoric” as a potential source for the violence.

This article is not about politics or the relationship of media and violence in American culture. The topic at hand, of course, is “vitriol.” What is it?

Vitriol is an old-fashioned name for one of the most dangerous chemicals you can find: sulfuric acid. This substance is incredibly corrosive, meaning it eats away other substances due to chemical reactions. When sulfuric acid meets water, it produces an exothermic reaction, meaning that the chemical reaction with water produces heat. Reactions between the two are responsible for many horrific burns.

The acid is so corrosive that, even in diluted form, a drop of it will burn through a piece of paper. Medieval chemists named this substance vitriol after the Latin vitrium, “of glass.” In solid forms, sulfur compounds can have a glass-like appearance (like the image of crystallized copper sulfate above.)

Vitriol has been used poetically to refer to harsh speech since the 1700s. Sheriff Dupnik’s remarks are not the first time that the caustic word has been used to describe recent political discourse. In April, 2010, President Obama referred to some politically-themed talk shows as vitriol.
http://http://hotword.dictionary.com/arizona-vitriol/

This struck me because since the Arizona shooting of Gabrielle Giffords and others, this word has been flying all over the place in the blame game. This isn't a commonly used word and I find it to be another very strange coincidence. I wrote the definition for this word in the thread about this shooting after hearing the Sheriff use it in his interview..

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Freedom of Speech, in regards to criticism of government policies, is being attacked after this shooting. They want you to be quiet and not speak out if you don't agree with the government. The sheriff is stating that those who spoke out about the health care bill are in essence to blame for this man's actions...

Vitriol
1. Bitterly abusive feeling or expression.
2. speech, writing, etc., displaying rancour, vituperation, or bitterness.
3. abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will.
4. subject to bitter verbal abuse
http://http://www.thefreedictionary.com/vitriol

[youtube:3ujmkl18]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB5NgR8j9a4[/youtube:3ujmkl18]
http://http://michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=17145&hilit=+giffords#p293365

Maybe it's nothing but it just stood out for me given what has been going in regards to the Tea Party movement, freedom of speech issues (including the internet), all the talk of NWO Conspiracies etc.  :shock:
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 14, 2011, 04:38:47 PM
Corridors of Blood - 1962 - UK)


Director: ROBERT DAY


Starring: BORIS KARLOFF - CHRISTOPHER LEE - FRANCIS MATHEWS


In the 19th century a British doctor (Boris Karloff) experiences with anesthesia and becomes addicted to narcotics. The good doctor is then blackmailed by two profanadores tombs (including Christopher Lee), requiring to sign false death certificates.

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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

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Corridors of Blood - 1962 - UK)


Director: ROBERT DAY


Starring: BORIS KARLOFF - CHRISTOPHER LEE - FRANCIS MATHEWS


In the 19th century a British doctor (Boris Karloff) experiences with anesthesia and becomes addicted to narcotics. The good doctor is then blackmailed by two profanadores tombs (including Christopher Lee), requiring to sign false death certificates.

Yes, I saw that too. It's in my video.  :D
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Re: Dr. Murray Patient -- Med Board Made 'Poor Choice'

  • on: January 15, 2011, 02:16:15 AM
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Also Boris Karloff who played the doctor in Robert Day movie "Corridors of Blood"
was also in a TV series with an actor named Vaughn Taylor called:

Thriller
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053546/fullcredits#cast

Vaughn Taylor
was in a the TV series "The Court of Last Resort"
He played Conrad Murray in an episode entitled "The Conrad Murray Case"
http://http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0549697/

Vaughn Taylor was also in the film

Jailhouse Rock - Starring Elvis Presley
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050556/

Remember the similar scenes from TII that resemble scenes from Jailhouse Rock?

[youtube:3htur3fb]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpzV_0l5ILI[/youtube:3htur3fb]

[youtube:3htur3fb]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wFwmbHwGdo[/youtube:3htur3fb]

On today's TMZ live "Lawyer Friday", the mentioned Murray and his legal funding/child support controversy but they also did a quiz about Legal related songs and "Jailhouse Rock" came up. It's at about 7:35 in the video and they tell us the following:

"Jailhouse Rock" was Number One for 7 weeks in 1957.

TMZ Live
http://http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/14/tmz-live-lawyer-friday-harvey-jason-dr-conrad-murray-lindsay-lohan-kate-gosselin-gary-busey-kelsey-grammer/
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