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Reply #90 posted 09/26/17 6:57am

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But you are implying it. By saying he took a class or two in 'middle school' that he needed no one else to teach him or refresh him. So should we be similarly upset with the people at the Dance school in 1984 who talked about teaching him?

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If you look at it in the content of while he and the band(s) are taking these dance instructions in 1984, Prince & Susannah walking down a quiet street and Prince saying "I need to get that move down, show it to me again" and they are twirling in the street. How is that such a cause of contention? I mean this is what happens in real life and love.

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Well you say you are a women, and I can understand your reaction to other women who actually had a relationship with Prince and how you think they should be behave.

Yeah you do 'give a fuck' with who Prince got with, that is why you knew of Lala(who?) and that she and Prince were supposedly having sex(while he was either celebate or with Bria Valente)

But you are implying it. By saying he took a class or two in 'middle school' that he needed no one else to teach him or refresh him. So should we be similarly upset with the people at the Dance school in 1984 who talked about teaching him?

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I am saying in plain English she is mentioning it to get attention for herself. She is attentioning seeking.

The people at the dance program are teachers they are suppose to teach.

If you look at it in the content of while he and the band(s) are taking these dance instructions in 1984, Prince & Susannah walking down a quiet street and Prince saying "I need to get that move down, show it to me again" and they are twirling in the street. How is that such a cause of contention? I mean this is what happens in real life and love.

Not contention. It is just Suzi Q inserting herself when she does not have to.

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Well you say you are a women, and I can understand your reaction to other women who actually had a relationship with Prince and how you think they should be behave.

Yeah you do 'give a fuck' with who Prince got with, that is why you knew of Lala(who?) and that she and Prince were supposedly having sex(while he was either celebate or with Bria Valente)

So all women who call out his old girlfriends are angry because they did not get to sleep with Prince? Not the fact that I am commenting on asshat behavior an example would be Marva King and her crazy ass post. So know women can comment on anything these crazy chicks are saying unless we are envious? Do you realize how that comes across and how you come across for going there?

I know who La La is because she mentioned on this board prior to that I had no idea who she was. I checked out her Facebook and IG because she said some really nice things about him and for a while was the only person who knew him who came right out and said the rumors were B.S. You know something a friend should do. I do not know or care if she was having sex with Prince and she never said anything of the sort. We just know when she was around because of the videos she was in. Dr. Funkenberry even posted some still shots from some of the vids she did so he knows her as well.

One thing La La is not doing is making a living off of Prince's memory which I guess is why you do not who she is.

You implied it, you were the one that started bitching about it. You implied it.

You informed me of all the background of 'Lala' the video chick

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Reply #91 posted 09/26/17 7:02am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

laurarichardson said:

But you are implying it. By saying he took a class or two in 'middle school' that he needed no one else to teach him or refresh him. So should we be similarly upset with the people at the Dance school in 1984 who talked about teaching him?

.

I am saying in plain English she is mentioning it to get attention for herself. She is attentioning seeking.

The people at the dance program are teachers they are suppose to teach.

If you look at it in the content of while he and the band(s) are taking these dance instructions in 1984, Prince & Susannah walking down a quiet street and Prince saying "I need to get that move down, show it to me again" and they are twirling in the street. How is that such a cause of contention? I mean this is what happens in real life and love.

Not contention. It is just Suzi Q inserting herself when she does not have to.

.

Well you say you are a women, and I can understand your reaction to other women who actually had a relationship with Prince and how you think they should be behave.

Yeah you do 'give a fuck' with who Prince got with, that is why you knew of Lala(who?) and that she and Prince were supposedly having sex(while he was either celebate or with Bria Valente)

So all women who call out his old girlfriends are angry because they did not get to sleep with Prince? Not the fact that I am commenting on asshat behavior an example would be Marva King and her crazy ass post. So know women can comment on anything these crazy chicks are saying unless we are envious? Do you realize how that comes across and how you come across for going there?

I know who La La is because she mentioned on this board prior to that I had no idea who she was. I checked out her Facebook and IG because she said some really nice things about him and for a while was the only person who knew him who came right out and said the rumors were B.S. You know something a friend should do. I do not know or care if she was having sex with Prince and she never said anything of the sort. We just know when she was around because of the videos she was in. Dr. Funkenberry even posted some still shots from some of the vids she did so he knows her as well.

One thing La La is not doing is making a living off of Prince's memory which I guess is why you do not who she is.

You implied it, you were the one that started bitching about it. You implied it.

You informed me of all the background of 'Lala' the video chick

I implied it because it was not nessacry for Suzi Q to bring it up at all. Just like the nonsense about teaching him about Jazz from the Leeds.

The information about La La was already discussed on this board a long time ago.

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Reply #92 posted 09/26/17 7:03am

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IMO, of the women, the ones who've been the most respectful are Damaris and Bria. The whole topic though is kind of a double-edged issue, because there would also be less to know or have about Prince without those who talk and sell things. πŸ˜€ [Edited 9/26/17 6:57am]

But isn't that based even on our perceptions.
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I read earlier last year, in the threads where people were asking for associates/girlfriends and if they commented on Prince's passing. Bria came up and people accused her of not being respectful by not saying something.

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so as varied as people are, we will get varied responses.

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Women talk more than men in general (and we see that with the male associates vs the female)

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Men grieve/release/express differently than women, (and we see that with the female associates vs the female)
.
Female 'fans' are being much more vicious with the women in general. Men are not.

What's the matter with your life
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Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
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Reply #93 posted 09/26/17 7:05am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

You implied it, you were the one that started bitching about it. You implied it.

You informed me of all the background of 'Lala' the video chick

I implied it because it was not nessacry for Suzi Q to bring it up at all. Just like the nonsense about teaching him about Jazz from the Leeds.

The information about La La was already discussed on this board a long time ago.

wow Laura, are you not displaced in this or what?

Did you even listen to the interview from RR Auction?

Are you serious?

/

THe auctioner asked her for background information on each piece. The same way he did with Eric Leeds and the same they would do for ANYONE their are receiving pieces from. This is what is generally the process.

She brought it up because she was asked, by the auctioner.

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Lala or La La? aren't those 2 different people...

What's the matter with your life
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Reply #94 posted 09/26/17 7:17am

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OldFriends4Sale said:



anangellooksdown said:


OldFriends4Sale said:




It depends. I look at 'possessions' much differently now, especially after having dealt with an aunt who has a hording issue. The emotional attachment to things is very strong.


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Before I bought my home, I lived in a house that was family owned since their Italian grandmother bought it in 1940 something. The manys father passed away a few months after I moved in. The man/son for years just would not remove anything, update the house(outside of where I lived-I just would update it and tell him) But old rocking horse in the basement, the grandmothers things in the attic, couldn't touch the rosebushes -even though a weed tree was growing right up in the middle of one etc. He didn't live there physically, but he was still tied their emotionally.


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I think the holding on of things or the letting go of things during a loss or greiving process will always be different for each person. There cannot be a set pattern for grieving. The time needed for each individual is going to be different. But if someone is still stuck in process 20yrs later, that is not healthy. But also depending on what it is, if someone shuts down and 'tries' to cut off very early, I don't think that is healthy either, but more understandable. 'Love your neighbor as yourself' If someone is lashing out at people, hurting people etc as a part of their grieving or holding on to the deceased, that is a serious problem.


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My cousin passed away from cancer a few years ago. I watched her parents deal with that.
I also watched the 'get rid of everything' that belonged to her. It was really shocking to see it.


You would think people would hold onto a lot of stuff. But being 70something and living light affected it. The kept all pictures though, and they had one of those 'amusement' park pastel portraits she did when she was young, they kept that and framed it. But I talked them about how they processed it. And it was too much stuff was painful to hold on to, they gave a lot of items to her siblings.


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I'm going to hold onto things from people I 'physically-intimately' know much easier than a 'star' I love Prince as much as you can someone you don't know, but it would be easier for me to part with 'Prince' items vs my parents siblings friend or lover. I do think about what is going to happen to my Prince collection (albums, cds, photos and my own 'vault' of unreleased music) if I don't wake up tomorrow.



Yes there is a balance about what to hold on to and what to let go of. Here's a thought: if Susannah can let go of love notes and a marriage proposal from someone who's both a star and a past love, why not just give them away?


Because she also knows the importance of stuff in the 'canon' of Prince history?



The RR auction is about curators, people who will know how to 'keep' / 'preserve' items for the future. I thought to myself too, why not give them to Paisley Park. But for some reason I think PP is still too wishy washy.





I feel these items are too personal for PP: love notes etc.
I also agree, in my own words I am VERY worried about PP, I want to be sure it stays open for years to come. In this case she could sell them for almost nothing or give the $ to PP. or have some kind of fun thing to support P in some way.
[Edited 9/26/17 7:19am]
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Reply #95 posted 09/26/17 7:25am

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OldFriends4Sale said:



anangellooksdown said:


IMO, of the women, the ones who've been the most respectful are Damaris and Bria. The whole topic though is kind of a double-edged issue, because there would also be less to know or have about Prince without those who talk and sell things. πŸ˜€ [Edited 9/26/17 6:57am]


But isn't that based even on our perceptions.
.
I read earlier last year, in the threads where people were asking for associates/girlfriends and if they commented on Prince's passing. Bria came up and people accused her of not being respectful by not saying something.


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so as varied as people are, we will get varied responses.


.


Women talk more than men in general (and we see that with the male associates vs the female)


.


Men grieve/release/express differently than women, (and we see that with the female associates vs the female)
.
Female 'fans' are being much more vicious with the women in general. Men are not.



I don't mean to be vicious, I'm just being honest about what I see. I see your point about men fans. Yeah, I agree. Women are different I guess.
And the men associates have been mostly more authentic. You can just see Morris Day's love for P. I know his song and video was ALL from love. Also he never mentioned that he was the musical director for the tribute concert last year. I just found that out yesterday. I can't tell you how much I respect that man! I don't follow him so I would never have known he was such a great musician if someone else didn't say it looooong after the fact. Now that's what I'm talkin bout!
[Edited 9/26/17 7:33am]
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Reply #96 posted 09/26/17 7:33am

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anangellooksdown said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

But isn't that based even on our perceptions.
.
I read earlier last year, in the threads where people were asking for associates/girlfriends and if they commented on Prince's passing. Bria came up and people accused her of not being respectful by not saying something.

.

so as varied as people are, we will get varied responses.

.

Women talk more than men in general (and we see that with the male associates vs the female)

.

Men grieve/release/express differently than women, (and we see that with the female associates vs the female)
.
Female 'fans' are being much more vicious with the women in general. Men are not.

I don't mean to be vicious, I'm just being honest about what I see. I see your point about men fans. Yeah, I agree. As for the men associates though, they have been mostly more authentic. You can just see Morris Day's love for P. I know his song and video was ALL from love. Also he never mentioned that he was the musical director for the tribute concert last year. I just found that out yesterday. I can't tell you how much I respect that man! I don't follow him so I would never have known he was such a great musician if someone else didn't say it looooong after the fact. Now that's what I'm talkin bout! [Edited 9/26/17 7:30am]

Oh no no no, I'm not talking about you Angellooksdown, not at all heart

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Reply #97 posted 09/26/17 7:35am

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anangellooksdown said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

But isn't that based even on our perceptions.
.
I read earlier last year, in the threads where people were asking for associates/girlfriends and if they commented on Prince's passing. Bria came up and people accused her of not being respectful by not saying something.

.

so as varied as people are, we will get varied responses.

.

Women talk more than men in general (and we see that with the male associates vs the female)

.

Men grieve/release/express differently than women, (and we see that with the female associates vs the female)
.
Female 'fans' are being much more vicious with the women in general. Men are not.

I don't mean to be vicious, I'm just being honest about what I see. I see your point about men fans. Yeah, I agree. Women are different I guess. And the men associates have been mostly more authentic. You can just see Morris Day's love for P. I know his song and video was ALL from love. Also he never mentioned that he was the musical director for the tribute concert last year. I just found that out yesterday. I can't tell you how much I respect that man! I don't follow him so I would never have known he was such a great musician if someone else didn't say it looooong after the fact. Now that's what I'm talkin bout! [Edited 9/26/17 7:33am]

That was Morris Hayes, not Morris Day

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Morris Hayes has talked about it, but that is ok.
You have to talk about things or they just get lost in the time.
History and people forget if people don't talk about periods of time.

.

I think Prince's history and those with him are worth it. As well as many other artists musicians dancers poets etc who I might not know.

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the matter with your world
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Reply #98 posted 09/26/17 7:58am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

laurarichardson said:

I implied it because it was not nessacry for Suzi Q to bring it up at all. Just like the nonsense about teaching him about Jazz from the Leeds.

The information about La La was already discussed on this board a long time ago.

wow Laura, are you not displaced in this or what?

Did you even listen to the interview from RR Auction?

Are you serious?

/

THe auctioner asked her for background information on each piece. The same way he did with Eric Leeds and the same they would do for ANYONE their are receiving pieces from. This is what is generally the process.

She brought it up because she was asked, by the auctioner.

.

Lala or La La? aren't those 2 different people...

I have never heard of an audio interview for an auction? It is just a means for trying to push these items and to try and explain herself which if she was really okay with it she would not have to do in the first place. That is my opinion.

I listened not impressed.

La La is one person. eek

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Reply #99 posted 09/26/17 8:01am

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laurarichardson said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

wow Laura, are you not displaced in this or what?

Did you even listen to the interview from RR Auction?

Are you serious?

/

THe auctioner asked her for background information on each piece. The same way he did with Eric Leeds and the same they would do for ANYONE their are receiving pieces from. This is what is generally the process.

She brought it up because she was asked, by the auctioner.

.

Lala or La La? aren't those 2 different people...

I have never heard of an audio interview for an auction? It is just a means for trying to push these items and to try and explain herself which if she was really okay with it she would not have to do in the first place. That is my opinion.

I listened not impressed.

La La is one person. eek

Did you hear it or not?

I don't even think you listened to it originally

or know anything about auctioning

You don't make sense here sister

What's the matter with your life
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Reply #100 posted 09/26/17 8:02am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

anangellooksdown said:

OldFriends4Sale said: Yes there is a balance about what to hold on to and what to let go of. Here's a thought: if Susannah can let go of love notes and a marriage proposal from someone who's both a star and a past love, why not just give them away?

Because she also knows the importance of stuff in the 'canon' of Prince history?

The RR auction is about curators, people who will know how to 'keep' / 'preserve' items for the future. I thought to myself too, why not give them to Paisley Park. But for some reason I think PP is still too wishy washy.

Graceland runs Paisly Park this is a company that has been managing Graceland for almost 40 years. They are coming up on there one year anniversity for PP and appear to be doing fine.

Nothing wishy washy is going on they just are not going to give Suzi Q money for some old legwarmes.

We can' t you admit this is about money?

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Reply #101 posted 09/26/17 8:06am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

laurarichardson said:

I have never heard of an audio interview for an auction? It is just a means for trying to push these items and to try and explain herself which if she was really okay with it she would not have to do in the first place. That is my opinion.

I listened not impressed.

La La is one person. eek

Did you hear it or not?

I don't even think you listened to it originally

or know anything about auctioning

You don't make sense here sister

I listened to it and I have been checking out this types of auctions for years. The person selling usually has a slight narrative to explain the item and how they came to have it. Sometimes their is a letter of authencity or a photo showing the item. I have never come across an audio for these types of sales.

They are trying to sell this crap and not getting the big bids they thought they would and Suzi Q is trying to put a good face on what she is doing.

I know Marketing and Sales. I also suspect she has more stuff to sell at a later date.

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Reply #102 posted 09/26/17 8:12am

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ok LR

What's the matter with your life
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Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
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I hope she makes a fortune off this crap, sure why not, and I hope you all feel better for passing judgement, sure why not. Everyone wins.

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I hope she makes a fortune off this crap, sure why not, and I hope you all feel better for passing judgement, sure why not. Everyone wins.

Anyone in the public eye has judgement passed on them. If she did not want judgement passed on her she could have remain anonymous but then she would not be able to prove the authenticity of the items and therefore not make money.

I hope she sells it all and actually goes out and finds a job but I am sure we have not heard the last of her and I will come back and remind you all when she starts selling more stuff or promoting her book.

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Reply #105 posted 09/26/17 9:25am

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laurarichardson said:

jaawwnn said:

I hope she makes a fortune off this crap, sure why not, and I hope you all feel better for passing judgement, sure why not. Everyone wins.

Anyone in the public eye has judgement passed on them. If she did not want judgement passed on her she could have remain anonymous but then she would not be able to prove the authenticity of the items and therefore not make money.

I hope she sells it all and actually goes out and finds a job but I am sure we have not heard the last of her and I will come back and remind you all when she starts selling more stuff or promoting her book.

lol lol

Oh I don't doubt that for one second.

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Reply #106 posted 09/26/17 9:53am

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laurarichardson said:

I listened to it and I have been checking out this types of auctions for years. The person selling usually has a slight narrative to explain the item and how they came to have it. Sometimes their is a letter of authencity or a photo showing the item. I have never come across an audio for these types of sales.

They are trying to sell this crap and not getting the big bids they thought they would and Suzi Q is trying to put a good face on what she is doing.

I know Marketing and Sales. I also suspect she has more stuff to sell at a later date.

The leg warmers are selling for over $3300 last I checked.


The items are selling for more then they asked for, a few of the handwritten notebooks are going for $14,000.00 - $16,000.00 already.


The auction is going really, really well.

[Edited 9/26/17 10:00am]

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OldFriends4Sale said:



anangellooksdown said:


OldFriends4Sale said:



But isn't that based even on our perceptions.
.
I read earlier last year, in the threads where people were asking for associates/girlfriends and if they commented on Prince's passing. Bria came up and people accused her of not being respectful by not saying something.


.


so as varied as people are, we will get varied responses.


.


Women talk more than men in general (and we see that with the male associates vs the female)


.


Men grieve/release/express differently than women, (and we see that with the female associates vs the female)
.
Female 'fans' are being much more vicious with the women in general. Men are not.



I don't mean to be vicious, I'm just being honest about what I see. I see your point about men fans. Yeah, I agree. Women are different I guess. And the men associates have been mostly more authentic. You can just see Morris Day's love for P. I know his song and video was ALL from love. Also he never mentioned that he was the musical director for the tribute concert last year. I just found that out yesterday. I can't tell you how much I respect that man! I don't follow him so I would never have known he was such a great musician if someone else didn't say it looooong after the fact. Now that's what I'm talkin bout! [Edited 9/26/17 7:33am]



That was Morris Hayes, not Morris Day


.


Morris Hayes has talked about it, but that is ok.
You have to talk about things or they just get lost in the time.
History and people forget if people don't talk about periods of time.



.


I think Prince's history and those with him are worth it. As well as many other artists musicians dancers poets etc who I might not know.





LOL! Too funny. It was Morris HAYES, not Morris Day. Ok. Thx for the correction.
Yes things should be talked about so they can be known and documented. I do respect a person who lets others talk about them instead of themselves, but sometimes it is necessary that they share it themselves.
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laurarichardson said:

jaawwnn said:

I hope she makes a fortune off this crap, sure why not, and I hope you all feel better for passing judgement, sure why not. Everyone wins.

Anyone in the public eye has judgement passed on them. If she did not want judgement passed on her she could have remain anonymous but then she would not be able to prove the authenticity of the items and therefore not make money.

I hope she sells it all and actually goes out and finds a job but I am sure we have not heard the last of her and I will come back and remind you all when she starts selling more stuff or promoting her book.

ain't no body judging them but a few fan ladies in waiting...stiiiiill waiting. Prince ain't coming.

What's the matter with your life
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Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
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OldFriends4Sale said:

That was Morris Hayes, not Morris Day

.

Morris Hayes has talked about it, but that is ok.
You have to talk about things or they just get lost in the time.
History and people forget if people don't talk about periods of time.

.

I think Prince's history and those with him are worth it. As well as many other artists musicians dancers poets etc who I might not know.

LOL! Too funny. It was Morris HAYES, not Morris Day. Ok. Thx for the correction. Yes things should be talked about so they can be known and documented. I do respect a person who lets others talk about them instead of themselves, but sometimes it is necessary that they share it themselves.

lol

Yes I agree on both points

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Reply #110 posted 09/26/17 12:47pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

anangellooksdown said:

OldFriends4Sale said: I don't mean to be vicious, I'm just being honest about what I see. I see your point about men fans. Yeah, I agree. Women are different I guess. And the men associates have been mostly more authentic. You can just see Morris Day's love for P. I know his song and video was ALL from love. Also he never mentioned that he was the musical director for the tribute concert last year. I just found that out yesterday. I can't tell you how much I respect that man! I don't follow him so I would never have known he was such a great musician if someone else didn't say it looooong after the fact. Now that's what I'm talkin bout! [Edited 9/26/17 7:33am]

That was Morris Hayes, not Morris Day

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Morris Hayes has talked about it, but that is ok.
You have to talk about things or they just get lost in the time.
History and people forget if people don't talk about periods of time.

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I think Prince's history and those with him are worth it. As well as many other artists musicians dancers poets etc who I might not know.

^^^i honestly believe that is why people speak about Denise, not to cause upset, or because she is necessarily their

favorite. Just because of this, in most cases.^^^ my feeling.

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Reply #111 posted 09/26/17 12:55pm

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laurarichardson said:

Anyone in the public eye has judgement passed on them. If she did not want judgement passed on her she could have remain anonymous but then she would not be able to prove the authenticity of the items and therefore not make money.

I hope she sells it all and actually goes out and finds a job but I am sure we have not heard the last of her and I will come back and remind you all when she starts selling more stuff or promoting her book.

lol lol

Oh I don't doubt that for one second.

Mayte sent out a invite for an upcoming auction. Trust me more stuff is coming from Suzie Q as well.

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Reply #112 posted 09/26/17 2:18pm

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laurarichardson said:

jaawwnn said:

lol lol

Oh I don't doubt that for one second.

Mayte sent out a invite for an upcoming auction. Trust me more stuff is coming from Suzie Q as well.

They don't want it, they might as well put it out there, so those that do can get it.

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Reply #113 posted 09/26/17 2:32pm

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PennyPurple said:



laurarichardson said:




jaawwnn said:



lol lol

Oh I don't doubt that for one second.



Mayte sent out a invite for an upcoming auction. Trust me more stuff is coming from Suzie Q as well.



They don't want it, they might as well put it out there, so those that do can get it.


Give it to the museum and I believe this will be Mayte's third go around.
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Reply #114 posted 09/26/17 3:48pm

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laurarichardson said:

PennyPurple said:

They don't want it, they might as well put it out there, so those that do can get it.

Give it to the museum and I believe this will be Mayte's third go around.

Nah, the museum has soo much stuff as it is, this little stuff means nothing to the museum. Hell the diamond/engagement rings are probably pretty numerous too. biggrin

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Reply #115 posted 09/26/17 4:03pm

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PennyPurple said:

laurarichardson said:

PennyPurple said: Give it to the museum and I believe this will be Mayte's third go around.

Nah, the museum has soo much stuff as it is, this little stuff means nothing to the museum. Hell the diamond/engagement rings are probably pretty numerous too. biggrin




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β€œDo I dare Disturb the universe?”
― T.S. Eliot

β€œOnly by acceptance of the past, can you alter it”
― T.S. Eliot
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Reply #116 posted 09/26/17 4:24pm

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morningsong said:

PennyPurple said:

Nah, the museum has soo much stuff as it is, this little stuff means nothing to the museum. Hell the diamond/engagement rings are probably pretty numerous too. biggrin




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Reply #117 posted 09/26/17 6:15pm

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PennyPurple said:

laurarichardson said:

PennyPurple said: Give it to the museum and I believe this will be Mayte's third go around.

Nah, the museum has soo much stuff as it is, this little stuff means nothing to the museum. Hell the diamond/engagement rings are probably pretty numerous too. biggrin

lol right.

It would be cool to have a 'timeline' wall with all these notes and cards from 1977-2016

that would be pretty artistic, with a photo of Prince from each period moving along with the notes and an image of the people they were for at the time

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the matter with your world
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Reply #118 posted 09/26/17 8:03pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

PennyPurple said:

Nah, the museum has soo much stuff as it is, this little stuff means nothing to the museum. Hell the diamond/engagement rings are probably pretty numerous too. biggrin

lol right.

It would be cool to have a 'timeline' wall with all these notes and cards from 1977-2016

that would be pretty artistic, with a photo of Prince from each period moving along with the notes and an image of the people they were for at the time

I'm sure PP have a lot of notes and cards on hand. Maybe they could have a wall of the engagement and wedding rings and the girls pics. lol

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Reply #119 posted 09/27/17 12:36am

Leopard52

Everyone has an opinion. It's not right or wrong just an opinion. Mine is that she's after money, period. If she loved him so and they were so special together she would keep them. If not they should be given to Paisley. But it's her decision to make because she ended up with them.
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