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    • Planet Janet Rules   07/07/2015

      General Rules for Planet Janet Welcome to Planet Janet! The main objective of this board is to express your love for Janet, your opinions, and to interact with an important segment of the Janet fandom.  To enjoy your experience here, below are general rules and guidelines to make your experience here be successful: The N Word Please be aware that the N word is going to be filtered on this forum. Most importantly, this word is not acceptable on this forum in any form; therefore, if it is used again by ANY member on here, it will result in an immediate and permanent ban. Consider this the first, only, and last warning regarding this. Music Download | Copyright Infringement Illegal download links to music from any artist are not permissible to be posted on this forum at any time. If you have posted an illegal download link, you must take it down immediately. Failure to remove the links, and/or subsequent, repeated offenses will result in disciplinary action up to and including a permanent ban from the forum. Fan Threads of Other Artists Generally, we like to keep threads and/or topics about other artists within an Official Artist Thread.  This helps to eliminate clutter and redundancy throughout the forum and allow a one-stop shop to view comments on that particular artist not pertaining to Janet.  If there is HUGE news related to an artist and generates a lot of discussion, it is okay to have a standalone thread on that topic outside of the Official Thread. A good debate is OKAY in the Official Threads of other artists.  Official Threads are not complete sanctuaries of devotion of that particular artist; however, there is a need to be civil with other members.  Please refrain from personal attacks and arguments that devolve into personal attacks. Additionally, do NOT use Janet as means to defend an artist.  This forum is made in her honor, and putting her down to boast your particular artist is prohibited. Exercise good judgment and common sense.  If not, then the moderating team will exercise disciplinary action depending on the egregiousness of the action.  Please utilize this announcement as a first warning. Personal Attacks

      Each member has a warning percentage - most of them are at zero right now but a few have been warned before. Each warning is worth 10%, and once it gets to 100% the member is automatically banned from the forum. 

      Each time a member gets into an argument with another member that includes personal attacks, if it is reported or viewed by a member of the moderating team, each participant in the personal attack will get an increase in their warning percentage.  They will be notified via PM, and, prior to posting again, will receive a receipt acknowledging that warning before they can post again. The Moderating Team will never divulge a member's warn percentages on the forum or to other members.

      What this means is you are now responsible for your own future on this forum. The Moderating Team will not keep asking you to stop and being ignored. Learn to let things go and learn to moderate yourself before posting; if you end up banned it will be your own fault. Personal attacks and include attacks on one’s race, age, religious creed, color, gender, national origin, physical, mental or visual disability, medical condition, ancestry, marital and military status, pregnancy or sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and general physical appearance/looks. Depending on the nature of the personal attack there will be corrective action up and including permanent banning. If you have any inquiries about your warning percentage, feel free to PM a mod for an answer. If you need any clarification on the rules, feel free to reach out to The Moderating Team.
       

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  1. bzebabe added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   


    Angie, when the pics of Janet and Wissam in NYC came out, she said Janet's people should talk to Wissam about not smoking around Janet because he will ruin her brand by smoking......child, what?????? her ass got read to the nines honey lol
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  2. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    I'm almost tempted to go on the Xone just to read her comment
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  3. bzebabe added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   


    when Janet comes for that ass chile......
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  4. Angela added a post in a topic HAPPY BIRTHDAY HOTBOY   

    Happy Belated
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  5. Greg/Dean added a post in a topic Film spoilers inside: Early reviews for Colored Girls so far   


    It sounds like a carefully considered review. Tyler is growing and what more can be asked of him. Janet, however can do no wrong, in my book. I would watch her open an close a paper bag for two hours.
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  6. Elixabef added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    She seems to be the main one who hasn't come to grips with the fact that Janet and JD broke up - I think she's accepted that it's happened, but she keeps finding bizarre and hilarious reasons to hate Wissam. It's kind of sad amusing, actually.
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  7. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    I don't get it. If Janet has moved on, why can't she?
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  8. aed05 added a post in a topic HAPPY BIRTHDAY HOTBOY   

    Happy Birthday....for the second time today.
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  9. art added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    Very much so. The girl is really touched
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  10. art added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    Not sure

    Tbh, this is really cute for him. I've never heard Janet's other men speak of her like this.
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  11. henrietta. added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   

    I wonder if he has a younger brother
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  12. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    I'm guessing that's someone still in denial of their relationship
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  13. Elixabef added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    Not yet, but I think that's largely because Cabmia hasn't yet made an appearance.
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  14. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    I just need one car... and one house and I'm good

    Does he have a nephew or something?
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  15. bzebabe added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   


    there yo ass go...Janet finna cut yo ass
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  16. Little Miss Strawberry added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    are they in meltdown yet
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  17. DJ Y2K Malone™ added a topic in All About Janet   

  18. ray. added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    verdad que sí.
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  19. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    I could use a new car
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  20. bzebabe added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   



    *speaks to self* Angie in here scheming on how she can throw Wissam the punani *whistles*
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  21. Angela added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   




    I doubt it
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  22. art added a post in a topic WIssam claiming his woman in a new interview   

    That's cute now all the kids on J|X can sleep well tonight.
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  23. Greg/Dean added a topic in All About Janet   

    Good Press
    She Is Janet. Hear Her Roar.
    Why do men always try to protect Michael’s little sister? With a new movie, look, and perspective on life after a painful year, Miss Jackson is serving notice: she can handle her own bruise control.

    Rocco Laspata / Blackglama
    Maybe it’s the big brown eyes. Maybe it’s the baby-doll voice. Maybe it’s her unusual family. Whatever the cause, Janet Jackson has long noticed she has a peculiar effect on men and, frankly, she doesn’t get it. “For some reason, men always want to protect me from something,” says Jackson, 44, her eyes and that voice as vulnerable as always. “I find it interesting because I consider myself strong and perfectly able to take care of myself. But I’ve had that reaction all my life from men. It baffles me.” In the last few years, the role of Jackson’s chief protector has been played by director Tyler Perry. He’s been there through breakups and breakdowns, as a friend and, possibly just as important, a source of constant employment. While her music career has cooled, Perry’s cast her in his last three movies. In fact, she was in the middle of filming Why Did I Get Married Too with him in Atlanta when her mentor, idol, and older brother Michael died from an alleged drug overdose. Perry promptly hired extra security and prohibited photos of her from being released to the tabloids. He even changed the ending of the film—over her objections—because it featured her in a scene at a funeral. “It was just too eerie,” says Perry. “When I think of Janet, I just want to protect her. Not that she needs it—she can handle whatever comes her way, and she has. But when I see what she’s been through, it makes me want to intervene in any way I can.”
    All of which explains how they came to work together on their latest movie, For Colored Girls. The two had just wrapped up Married Too when Perry called to invite Jackson to see an Atlanta production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf, the landmark 1974 Ntozake Shange play about a circle of African-American women who face so many hardships—rape, infidelity, infertility, the death of children—they could found their own Prozac nation. Typically, Jackson thought the invite was another one of Perry’s safety checks. “He worries about me a lot and calls sometimes just to see how I’m doing, so I had no idea he was thinking of making a movie out of the play—or that he’d want me in it, for that matter,” she says. Neither of them had ever seen the play. “I remember being about 10 years old and visiting Michael in New York when he was filming The Wiz. It was on Broadway then,” she says. “I always remembered it as the play with the really long name.” Perry had been hearing for years from women—most recently Whoopi Goldberg—who wanted him to adapt it. “I knew that some women really consider it the black woman’s bible,” Perrysays. “That was fascinating to me.”
    Shange’s beautiful and haunting play is an especially un-film-friendly work. The original piece was told, in a very ’70s way, largely through dance and verse. None of the characters even had names. The women in Perry’s version (played by Thandie Newton, Kimberly Elise, Kerry Washington, Loretta Devine, Phylicia Rashad, and Goldberg) do break into soliloquies at unexpected moments, and one of them teaches dance. But Perry has deftly updated their situations to feel more true to 21st-century Harlem, though you still must get past the dated idea that all the women feel consumed and defined by their relationships with men (and that the men, with the exception of one noble policeman, are worthless).
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