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Michael will be buried today. Maybe.

September 3, 2009 | Uncategorized | editor | 0 Comments

Michael Jackson died on June 25th, and it may seem odd that his family hasn’t buried him yet, but remember this: the Jacksons are a bunch of fucking retards.

But now, just 71 days after his death, MSNBC says today may be the day.

Michael Jackson’s burial will finally take place at Glendale Forest Lawn Memorial Park on Thursday. He’ll be laid to rest near many of his longtime heroes, such as Walt Disney and Nat King Cole.
Aside from immediate family, expect Jackson family confidants, such as Rev. Al Sharpton, to attend the 4 p.m. PT burial.
As for the ceremony itself, “it won’t be a religious one,” according to the family source. “The kids (Paris, Prince and Blanket) might say something, too, but the plan is to have (Jackson’s brother) Randy deliver the eulogy.”
The family has said it wants this to be a private event; however, sources close to the clan say to expect to see “private” portions surface on the A&E reality show about the Jackson brothers that is currently being taped.

Of course it’s gonna be filmed for a TV show. Why wouldn’t it be.  What’s the point in burying someone if you can’t make any money off it?  They probably had to wait so long to finish a Michael mannequin to go in the coffin, because Joe ground his bones into a powder months ago.  He stirs it up as a drink and sells it to aspiring singers.  If you want Joe to wear a big scary witch doctors mask while you stand in a circle of candles on the spot where Michael died as you drink it, that’s extra.

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