You better do something interesting, as your kids will be asking you what you did when Jacko died. The legend starts here.
The beginning: the Jackson Five. The middle: the Superstar. The end: the Freak.
We are the Michael Jackson Generations. He healed our world and made it a better place. Forget walking on water – this guy could moonwalk! And God were carpets being moonwalked, from Manchester to Mali, by spotty teenagers in fedoras. By me. He was more famous than Jesus.
He was everything to everyone. He was white; he was black, male yet female. Michael Jackson the freak seemed to have soaked up every obsession of our twisted world and amplified it. In his 20s his face became the most recognizable in the world. He changed it. Never allowed to age, he was Peter Pan exiled in his Neverland. He seemed more and more immortal with every operation and oxygen tent. (That’s part of the shock – he looked so artificial that it feels odd that he could actually die.) Even his bankruptcy coincided with the global credit crisis. He was a true product of the world.
The freak will be forgotten. Blame it on the Boogie.
*Neverland is a fictional world featured in the works of J.M. Barrie. It is the dwelling place of Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys. The Lost Boys are a tribe of orphans who do not want to grow up and so remain in Neverland, where time has no meaning.
Subject: SHOCKING NEWS. SANTA BARBARA, During a search for evidence at the Neverland Valley Ranch, investigators discovered a corpse that has been identified as that of Michael Jackson, “Coroners have officially pronounced Michael Jackson dead. From what we can tell, he died between 18 and 20 years ago,” forensic investigator Tim Holbrooke said. “We are not certain, at this time, who-or what-has been referred to as Michael Jackson.
Summer fruit covered in white chocolate
- really ripe Gooseberries
- really ripe Strawberries
- really ripe Blackberries
- Green& Blacks White Chocolate
Set spotify to Michael Jackson, melt the chocolate and dip… But, If You’re Thinkin’ About My Baby It Don’t Matter If You’re Black Or White…