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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 18:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Welcome back Demitrius. I've missed reading your interesting and thought-provoking posts. It's good to have you back.

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 18:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

^ Don't joke about that. Johnny Depp and Nicole Kidman have Dissociative Identity Disorder and it's not funny. ;_;


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 18:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

LMAO.

Hi Demitrius! xD

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 18:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Demitirius, please report to this thread and say hello. Tell us where you have been all this time.

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 22:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i agree wit u!!!!i thot it was strange how FReddie acted so tuff on stage but was a completley diferent person in real life......


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 22:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i think there were 2 sides to freddie but there is to everyone.

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 22:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i agree wit lillian


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 22:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

^ also, it's spelled WITH

N.1quen_fan wrote:

i agree wit u!!!!i thot it was strange how FReddie acted so tuff on stage but was a completley diferent person in real life......


Sorry to be a bitch, but I HAVE to do this:


I agree WITH YOU!!!! I THOUGHT it was strange how Freddie acted so TOUGH on stage but was a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT person in real life.....


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 23:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

everyone has 2 sides to them.freddie was human and normal imho.no matter what freddie was was i will love him..
he was alot more saner than the britneys spears of the world lol

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 23:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=Mercury>Deaky's Bitch<h6>Yum wrote:

^ also, it's spelled WITH

N.1quen_fan wrote:

i agree wit u!!!!i thot it was strange how FReddie acted so tuff on stage but was a completley diferent person in real life......


Sorry to be a bitch, but I HAVE to do this:


I agree WITH YOU!!!! I THOUGHT it was strange how Freddie acted so TOUGH on stage but was a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT person in real life.....




its the grammar/spelling police! XD



ive gotten away with only tickets to far >.>


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 23:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

lucky you then ;)

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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 06:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm surprised that people find it strange or are themselves surprised at his different persona off-stage. Basically cause it's a well-known fact that you can be someone different on stage and act out a different life, almost.

I did that recently with the WWRY show and I got a comment from my brothers' girlfriend that she didn't have a clue I was like that. Someone who has seen me as quiet, shy, etc. for the last 3 years.

The stage is a wonderful thing. It gives power to those that don't ordinarily have it so much in real life. It can be good and bad in that respect. But it's not a disorder. NO! It's like someone has just said, it's a normal human thing.

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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 07:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Adam Baboolal wrote:

I'm surprised that people find it strange or are themselves surprised at his different persona off-stage. Basically cause it's a well-known fact that you can be someone different on stage and act out a different life, almost.

I did that recently with the WWRY show and I got a comment from my brothers' girlfriend that she didn't have a clue I was like that. Someone who has seen me as quiet, shy, etc. for the last 3 years.

The stage is a wonderful thing. It gives power to those that don't ordinarily have it so much in real life. It can be good and bad in that respect. But it's not a disorder. NO! It's like someone has just said, it's a normal human thing.

Adam.


Absolutely agree with you, because I feel every human being who is involved in art and/or is an artist in whichever way (or even generally said: in an area in which there is a notable difference between private life and your 'public appearance'/stage appearence) indeed faces this characteristic or distinctiveness 'real life'/'fantasy' or 'image'.

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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 07:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<b><font color=B22222>daria wrote:

Adam Baboolal wrote:

I'm surprised that people find it strange or are themselves surprised at his different persona off-stage. Basically cause it's a well-known fact that you can be someone different on stage and act out a different life, almost.

I did that recently with the WWRY show and I got a comment from my brothers' girlfriend that she didn't have a clue I was like that. Someone who has seen me as quiet, shy, etc. for the last 3 years.

The stage is a wonderful thing. It gives power to those that don't ordinarily have it so much in real life. It can be good and bad in that respect. But it's not a disorder. NO! It's like someone has just said, it's a normal human thing.

Adam.


Absolutely agree with you, because I feel every human being who is involved in art and/or is an artist in whichever way (or even generally said: in an area in which there is a notable difference between private life and your 'public appearance'/stage appearence) indeed faces this characteristic or distinctiveness 'real life'/'fantasy' or 'image'.

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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 07:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sparrow wrote:

<font color=Mercury>Deaky's Bitch<h6>Yum wrote:

^ also, it's spelled WITH

N.1quen_fan wrote:

i agree wit u!!!!i thot it was strange how FReddie acted so tuff on stage but was a completley diferent person in real life......


Sorry to be a bitch, but I HAVE to do this:


I agree WITH YOU!!!! I THOUGHT it was strange how Freddie acted so TOUGH on stage but was a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT person in real life.....




its the grammar/spelling police! XD



ive gotten away with only tickets to far >.>


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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 09:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've no doubt at all that a stage will turn you into someone else. You cannot *bribe* me into singing unless there's a microphone and some lights.

Whether or not this is a good thing.... meh!!


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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 09:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Same here, when I go on stage, I have an energy that makes me go wild; when I meet people afterwards they look up at me as if I was still gonna jump around and stuff like that but I'm very calm and just joyful.
It's no disorder, it's something you must do to hold people's attention for quite some time.


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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 12:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

joxerthemightypirate wrote:

Sparrow wrote:

<font color=Mercury>Deaky's Bitch<h6>Yum wrote:

^ also, it's spelled WITH

N.1quen_fan wrote:

i agree wit u!!!!i thot it was strange how FReddie acted so tuff on stage but was a completley diferent person in real life......


Sorry to be a bitch, but I HAVE to do this:


I agree WITH YOU!!!! I THOUGHT it was strange how Freddie acted so TOUGH on stage but was a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT person in real life.....




its the grammar/spelling police! XD



ive gotten away with only tickets to far >.>


book them Danno!
{puts on his hawaian shirt}



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NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!


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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 17:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry Demetrius but D.I.D is not FM or any actor/actress. The stage clearly allowed him to be the alter ego he possibly longed for based on how shy and insecure he was when off stage. On stage he commanded the audience / he could do no wrong, could he? In the real world he would have been severely castigated and mocked on the pavement, unless with the more avant garde parts of society which accept that flamboyance.

Note Disorder= illness, inability to cure without some form of intervention, a prime and current example would be Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. FM was just a brlliant showman where it was safe=on stage.

There is a musician (very talented too) called Roy Wood he would wear outrageous gear and make up to hide behind a fierce insecurity he held. I met him in the bar at Thin Lizzy's Thunder and Lightening tour in Birmingham UK-Got a marvellous photo Green velvet jacket silver sandels and a face covered in bizare make up and red lens glasses. A nicer bloke you couldn't wish to meet-unpretentious etc but clearly a shy man when off stage or not performing. FM the same. My view, hope its another view you may consider. Regards


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Posted: 28 Apr 07, 15:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You will probably find that most half decent frontmen had some sort of mental/ social disease, Axl Rose springs to mind immediately.Also doesnt Brian have something also, depression or something?