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Reply #30 posted 09/21/22 9:35am

Genesia

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paisleyparkgirl said:

laytonian said:


Quit repeating your rando theories. Replying to yourelf?
Dull.
We've ALL read reports of women jumping into his tour bus, then getting out at the next stop and being replaced by others. OR the massive amounts of condoms purchased for himi by his assistants to have on hand in various locations.

Je was not the sad shrinking violet of your dreams. Just stop it.

I haven't heard those reports. It's all hearsay.

Morris and Miko have spoken about how they were getting way more groupies than Prince.


Right. Because men never lie about shit like that. rolleyes

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Reply #31 posted 09/21/22 11:52am

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Genesia said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

I haven't heard those reports. It's all hearsay.

Morris and Miko have spoken about how they were getting way more groupies than Prince.


Right. Because men never lie about shit like that. rolleyes

LOL for sure. Plus, they didn't have the security. I think our little friend has forgotten when troll school opens wink

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Reply #32 posted 09/21/22 12:05pm

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paisleyparkgirl said:

I haven't heard those reports. It's all hearsay.


Like your posts.

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Reply #33 posted 09/21/22 3:22pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

I haven't heard those reports. It's all hearsay.


Like your posts.

Is this your attempt at being funny ?

Not impressed try harder.

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Reply #34 posted 09/21/22 3:33pm

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paisleyparkgirl said:

TrivialPursuit said:


Like your posts.

Is this your attempt at being funny ?

Not impressed try harder.


Oh no sis, I'm dead fucking serious.

And you can relax about being impressed. It's literally not even on my list of things to do. I've no need for anyone else's approval. So, win-win! You're off the hook!

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Reply #35 posted 09/22/22 8:30pm

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I'm more curious about the fact that Prince died alone. With all the staff, yes men, supposed love interests and such always being with him; all these years later, I truly still do not understand at all, HOW the fuck that happened? confuse

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Reply #36 posted 09/22/22 8:51pm

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

I'm more curious about the fact that Prince died alone. With all the staff, yes men, supposed love interests and such always being with him; all these years later, I truly still do not understand at all, HOW the fuck that happened? confuse



He sent them away.
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Reply #37 posted 09/23/22 8:03am

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LoveGalore said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

I'm more curious about the fact that Prince died alone. With all the staff, yes men, supposed love interests and such always being with him; all these years later, I truly still do not understand at all, HOW the fuck that happened? confuse

He sent them away.

Okay. Let's start there.

Is that something Prince normally did? Send EVERYBODY including his security personnel away? If so, why hasn't anyone acknowledged that? If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm

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Reply #38 posted 09/23/22 8:17am

LoveGalore

HatrinaHaterwitz said:



LoveGalore said:


HatrinaHaterwitz said:

I'm more curious about the fact that Prince died alone. With all the staff, yes men, supposed love interests and such always being with him; all these years later, I truly still do not understand at all, HOW the fuck that happened? confuse



He sent them away.

Okay. Let's start there.

Is that something Prince normally did? Send EVERYBODY including his security personnel away? If so, why hasn't anyone acknowledged that? If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm



Are u ok
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Reply #39 posted 09/23/22 8:54am

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

LoveGalore said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said: He sent them away.

If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm

Who knows. 6 yrs later and the mystery still hasn't been solved.

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Reply #40 posted 09/23/22 10:30am

Genesia

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

LoveGalore said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said: He sent them away.

Okay. Let's start there.

Is that something Prince normally did? Send EVERYBODY including his security personnel away? If so, why hasn't anyone acknowledged that? If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm


Do you think his security was stationed at the door to his bedroom? wacky

I'm guessing he had a "patrol" type of security - i.e., they drove past PP a couple times a night. And probably intruder alarms that were set when the last staff member left for the day.

I'd be very surprised if it went beyond that.

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Reply #41 posted 09/23/22 10:58am

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LoveGalore said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

Okay. Let's start there.

Is that something Prince normally did? Send EVERYBODY including his security personnel away? If so, why hasn't anyone acknowledged that? If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm

Are u ok

No, I'm not. Honestly, I haven't been since that horrid April 21, 2016 morning.

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Reply #42 posted 09/23/22 11:01am

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paisleyparkgirl said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm

Who knows. 6 yrs later and the mystery still hasn't been solved.

yeahthat

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Reply #43 posted 09/23/22 11:04am

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Genesia said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

Okay. Let's start there.

Is that something Prince normally did? Send EVERYBODY including his security personnel away? If so, why hasn't anyone acknowledged that? If not, why isn't anyone acknowledging that? hmm


Do you think his security was stationed at the door to his bedroom? wacky

I'm guessing he had a "patrol" type of security - i.e., they drove past PP a couple times a night. And probably intruder alarms that were set when the last staff member left for the day.

I'd be very surprised if it went beyond that.

[Edited 9/23/22 10:31am]

No panick alarm for cases of emergency?

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Reply #44 posted 09/23/22 12:00pm

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

Genesia said:


Do you think his security was stationed at the door to his bedroom? wacky

I'm guessing he had a "patrol" type of security - i.e., they drove past PP a couple times a night. And probably intruder alarms that were set when the last staff member left for the day.

I'd be very surprised if it went beyond that.

No panick alarm for cases of emergency?


What - like a medic-alert necklace? Or the entire place wired like assisted living? He was 57 - not 85.

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Reply #45 posted 09/23/22 12:12pm

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Genesia said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

No panick alarm for cases of emergency?


What - like a medic-alert necklace? Or the entire place wired like assisted living? He was 57 - not 85.

What about his pain issues ?

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Reply #46 posted 09/23/22 12:42pm

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paisleyparkgirl said:

Genesia said:


What - like a medic-alert necklace? Or the entire place wired like assisted living? He was 57 - not 85.

What about his pain issues ?


What about them?


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Reply #47 posted 09/23/22 1:01pm

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Genesia said:



paisleyparkgirl said:




Genesia said:




What - like a medic-alert necklace? Or the entire place wired like assisted living? He was 57 - not 85.





What about his pain issues ?




What about them?




Lmao, they really out here thinking Prince was in hospice.
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Reply #48 posted 09/23/22 1:13pm

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Genesia said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

What about his pain issues ?


What about them?


Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?

Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.

If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?

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Reply #49 posted 09/23/22 1:15pm

LoveGalore

paisleyparkgirl said:



Genesia said:




paisleyparkgirl said:





What about his pain issues ?




What about them?





Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?



Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.


If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?



Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.
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Reply #50 posted 09/23/22 2:45pm

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LoveGalore said:

Genesia said:


What about them?


Lmao, they really out here thinking Prince was in hospice.

Right? rolleyes lol

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Reply #51 posted 09/23/22 3:07pm

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LoveGalore said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?

Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.

If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?

Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.

He needed these painkillers to be able to function. Without them he couldn't. I call this pretty debilitating.

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Reply #52 posted 09/23/22 3:09pm

LoveGalore

paisleyparkgirl said:



LoveGalore said:


paisleyparkgirl said:



Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?



Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.


If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?



Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.



He needed these painkillers to be able to function. Without them he couldn't. I call this pretty debilitating.



It isn't true that he couldn't function. He could. He just couldn't play without pain. This is discussed between him and Judith on the Moline plane.
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Reply #53 posted 09/23/22 3:14pm

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The last 10 years: I think he traveled a lot, first in between MN & LA and appearances (he was working with Tamar etc and doing other shows), then he met Bria who was at PP a lot when people visited so she probably stayed there for I think quite a time, then he met Andy who we know went on tour with him then I believe when they returned she was at PP for some months but also in Sac at some point, then they both seperately traveled when they stopped seeing each other regularly or maybe he just wanted her to go do her thing and he was in many other places touring w/3rd Eye Girl.

After that he seemed for the last year to be alone without a GF but always had his music.

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Reply #54 posted 09/23/22 4:49pm

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LoveGalore said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?

Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.

If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?

Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.

A severe addiction can be debilitating. Supposedly that was a serious concern, so much so that the night before Prince's death the opioid addiction doctor from California had been contacted. I just still find it quite unsettling that the very morning he was supposed to get some help, Prince died alone.

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Reply #55 posted 09/23/22 5:20pm

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

LoveGalore said:

paisleyparkgirl said: Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.

A severe addiction can be debilitating. Supposedly that was a serious concern, so much so that the night before Prince's death the opioid addiction doctor from California had been contacted. I just still find it quite unsettling that the very morning he was supposed to get some help, Prince died alone.

And that when he was found he had already been dead for 6 hours. Where was everyone before that ?

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Reply #56 posted 09/23/22 6:55pm

LoveGalore

HatrinaHaterwitz said:



LoveGalore said:


paisleyparkgirl said:



Are we going to pretend that they weren't debilitating ?



Or maybe Prince was doing great and all was well.


If this is case why are talking about him in past tense ?



Debilitating is a pretty strong word. You can see video footage of him walking in the days and weeks up to his death. Does that look like a debilitated man to you? The word you may be looking for is severe. His pain was severe and chronic. People still live normal lives without 24/7 monitoring in that state.

A severe addiction can be debilitating. Supposedly that was a serious concern, so much so that the night before Prince's death the opioid addiction doctor from California had been contacted. I just still find it quite unsettling that the very morning he was supposed to get some help, Prince died alone.



Yeah I get that you think that is particularly remarkable, but it's explained why he was alone in the police reports. What should people do - reject his order to leave him alone?
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Reply #57 posted 09/23/22 9:44pm

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LoveGalore said:

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

A severe addiction can be debilitating. Supposedly that was a serious concern, so much so that the night before Prince's death the opioid addiction doctor from California had been contacted. I just still find it quite unsettling that the very morning he was supposed to get some help, Prince died alone.

Yeah I get that you think that is particularly remarkable, but it's explained why he was alone in the police reports. What should people do - reject his order to leave him alone?

The people that were supposedly so concerned about his well-being enough that they had to contact an opioid addiction doctor from California? Yes...ABSO-FUCKING-LUTELY! hammer

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Reply #58 posted 09/23/22 10:30pm

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paisleyparkgirl said:

And that when he was found he had already been dead for 6 hours. Where was everyone before that ?


He's a grown man, so he didn't need to be babysat. He was at his home and Kirk went home to his wife & kids (which wasn't far away, actually). It's what grown folks do.

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Reply #59 posted 09/24/22 1:23am

LoveGalore

HatrinaHaterwitz said:



LoveGalore said:


HatrinaHaterwitz said:


A severe addiction can be debilitating. Supposedly that was a serious concern, so much so that the night before Prince's death the opioid addiction doctor from California had been contacted. I just still find it quite unsettling that the very morning he was supposed to get some help, Prince died alone.



Yeah I get that you think that is particularly remarkable, but it's explained why he was alone in the police reports. What should people do - reject his order to leave him alone?

The people that were supposedly so concerned about his well-being enough that they had to contact an opioid addiction doctor from California? Yes...ABSO-FUCKING-LUTELY! hammer



Yeah you're not being very realistic. It's easy to critique from this vantage point.
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