Friday, 26 June 2009

Feedback Friday :: Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson.

Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson.

Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson.

Michael.


Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson.



Michael Jackson.

Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson.



Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson.

Deepak Chopra. Newsnight.

Oy.



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8 comments:

Beleaguered Squirrel said...

Mi M-m-
Mi M-m-

Mi M-m-
Mi M-m-

Mi M-m-
My my my.

notkeith said...

It's enormous news, you arse. Musically, very important. But, as one of the first celebrities whose eccentricities practically created a media sub-industry all its own, er, bigger significant. I'm on the wine.

Larry Teabag said...

What about him?

Alexandra Sheppard said...

I'll have to agree with notkeith there - it is MASSIVE news.

That said, I wish everyone would remember that he *did* dangle his baby out of a hotel window.

And I wish that the news channels would get back to Iran now.

Panda said...

But doesn't it get increasingly embarrassing - all the utterly pointless interviews with people who only vaguely knew MJ? On the day he died, the BBC proudly announced that they were going to be interviewing MJ's 'scriptwriter'. The guy came on: it turned out he once wrote a script for MJ to speak at Oxford Student's Union.

I'm going to put BBC News 24 on now - I wonder what I'll see.

Oh, what a shock.

Wimbledon.

(But the news item afterwards was MJ).

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Anonymous said...

Hi, personally, just think that as much as it is a shame, SKY NEWS really needs to remember that there is more going on in the world and stop the 24 hour a day coverage!!!!!

amy grace said...

I'm with you, Bete.

We already know everything about MJ, anyway. The only part of it that's news is "He died."