Heavy Logix.

Lateral Thoughts on Life.

The King is Dead.

Normally they say “The King is Dead. Long Live the King” for even as we mourn the passing of a great leader we acknowledge that his heirs have potential to do great also.

Today Michael Jackson the King of Pop Music The greatest performer who ever lived died and there will be no other like him. He was, whatever his flaws may be, unique.

The King is Dead.

Somehow it’s like saying that gravity no longer exists. Something in the very fabric of the Universe has shifted.

The King is Dead.

His music and Dance moves will Live Forever.


Rest in Peace Michael.


June 26, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,


  1. Michael was a great musical genius. An icon.

    Re: The word ‘ever’… the greatest ever… you mean ever as in, what you’ve seen thus far, right?? Not ever as in ever ever ever, as in nobody will ever be greater or do better…?? Certainly not that last ever, because then you disregard my generation and yours all the ones coming after us… Certainly we expect to do more than our predecessors?

    Just random thoughts.

    That aside, Michael was unmatchable in every sense of the word. There will never be another Michael Jackson. He’s an irreplaceable legend.

    Comment by ruthibelle | June 27, 2009 | Reply

  2. I meant to put a comma after ever lived. I think that may clear up the confusion. I don’t ever expect to see another performer even close to him. Ever.

    Comment by heavylogix | June 28, 2009 | Reply

  3. Something in the universe has indeed shifted. May his soul finally rest in peace, please God. Beautiful thoughts, Heavylogix, in so few words. Thank you.

    Comment by Nicole Sharpe | June 28, 2009 | Reply

  4. R.I.P. Michael.

    Comment by ESTEBAN AGOSTO REID | July 1, 2009 | Reply

  5. A great icon passes.

    Comment by Stunner | July 9, 2009 | Reply

  6. No matter the flaws he owned, being human, he was among the best of us on this earth. I cant think of many others who would become so rich only to give so much away. I believe he donated more than 325 million dollars to charities around the world, not counting the countless visits to terminally ill children in hospitals that the press never promoted, not counting the countless kids from poor and empoverished neighbourhood he let run rampant in his Neverland funscape, not counting the millions of people whom derived hope and joy from his music.

    I am ashamed to be human, part of the race of beings that spawned the likes of Jordan Chandler, Gavin Arvizo and their families who pave their way forward in life, not by hard work and determination (like Michael did, in spite of all his hardships), but by blackmail, deception and greed.

    The King may be dead, but his legacy will live, and prosper with those inclined, forever.

    Comment by Hans Christian Vang | September 3, 2009 | Reply

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