Michael Jackson Live's On

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  1. getpaidtopost profile image40
    getpaidtopostposted 9 years ago

    Michael Jackson late last night went to number 1 on Itunes downloads, After the news of his passing astonished the world.
    I think we are set to see a new era Michael Jackson and his music.

    1. Mac Mission profile image60
      Mac Missionposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      yes exactly

  2. Pete Maida profile image59
    Pete Maidaposted 9 years ago

    For a while he will be more popular dead than alive.

  3. Davinagirl3 profile image60
    Davinagirl3posted 9 years ago

    It seems that, once a person dies, he/she is remembered for his/her contributions rather than personal faults. Michael Jackson was a pioneer, regardless of his personal predilictions, no matter how strange.  His music reminds me of my childhood... learning the "Thriller" dance.  His death just makes me feel sad for the loss of that era.

  4. Pearljr profile image61
    Pearljrposted 7 years ago

    Sounds Crazy But Watch This!

    The announcement that Michael Jackson died shocked the world on June 25, 2009 as he prepared for his record-breaking 50-date ComeBack performances at AEG’s London O2 Arena.  Many believe the timing of his death to be suspicious, coupled with the recording of his rehearsals in high-tech high-definition video and the FACT that AEG owner, Philip Anschutz, owns more movie theaters than anyone else in the world.  All this leads to the worldwide release of the highest-grossing musical documentary in history, “This Is It” just months later.

    But this is simply the tip of the iceberg when examining the death or many would say the disappearance of the King of Pop.  Just like with Elvis and other superstars such as Jim Morrison and Tupac Shakur, the fantasy that somehow someway they faked their death leaves them forever alive in the minds of millions.  But with Michael Jackson, could he have possibly upped the ante and really faked his death just to shock the world and truly have the BIGGEST COMEBACK IN WORLD HISTORY?

    “Alive!  Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?” is a see it to believe it documentary produced by independent journalist Pearl Jr. who covered Michael Joe Jackson’s 2005 child molestation trial.  Pearl Jr. along with her partner, Cecil Holmes of Elbow Grease Productions, released the first documentary film that detailed the FACTS of that case. Now she has diligently investigated the possibility that Michael Jackson played a death hoax on the world by planning, executing and convincing the world that he has died in a most ridiculous manner—at the hands of an incompetent cardiologist who allegedly over-administered the anesthetic propofol in Michael’s home and didn’t know CPR to resuscitate him.

    One must be prepared and open-minded for this most fascinating documentary that dives into the FACTS surrounding the missing Michael Jackson.  The last photo of Michael in the ambulance will be proven to be faked, and is the ONLY photo evidence of Jackson in distress.  Over a year after MJ’s “death”, there is no name on his grave, the preliminary hearing never confirmed the body in question was in FACT that of Michael Joe Jackson’s, and a note confirmed to be written and released by the King of Pop in May 2009 stating, “See You In July 2011” confirms this possibility is REAL.   

    If one needs more titillating information to watch this jaw-dropping documentary, here’s just one more clue out of hundreds.  There was a book published on June 24, 2009 that focused on the death of Michael Jackson, just one day before the King of Pop vanished.

    “Alive!  Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?” delivers proof, evidence, and ridiculous slip-ups that will be the talk of the water cooler for those who have the courage to speak about the possibility that Michael Jackson faked his death.

    This see it for yourself documentary is something one must see to believe.  After all, the main reason for any disagreement is because someone doesn’t know what the other knows.  The Michael Jackson “beLIEvers” are vast, worldwide and thought to be crazy, but after seeing all the information presented in “Alive!  Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?” people will completely understand why hoards of MJ fans believe that Michael Joe Jackson isn’t dead, but planned the biggest ComeBack in world history.

    “Alive!  Is Michael Jackson Really Dead?” is a worldwide DVD, on-demand, digital release available on March 1, 2011.  It’s a MUST-SEE!

 
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