Nu stiu daca a mai fost pusa acesta stire dar este interesanta Michael Jackson Might Be Alive, Says Publicity-Seeking Uri Geller
by MATTHEW LAIDLOW on MARCH 11, 2010 42 COMMENTS
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Magic: is it actually real, a clever illusion or just a load of made-up bollocks?
Despite it being more of a myth, millions of wacky Michael Jackson fans are wondering if their idol will one day reappear in a puff of smoke with the seven of hearts in his palm. Anyone with a grain of intelligence will know that poor old Michael won’t be coming back any time soon.
But tell that to Uri Geller, who was roped in to help prove that a conspiracy theory whipped up by teenager Tom Pickering – claiming that Michael Jackson is alive – could be plausible and not a load of twoddle. Though we assume it is.
The never-ending saga that is the death of Michael Jackson has been going on for longer than anyone imagined. After all, his body has been cut up and dissected, buried in a coffin with gold foil wrapped around it and his chum Dr. Conrad Murray has been accused of manslaughter. That’s right Uri Geller. Ruddy manslaughter – that means that someone is dead.
Even David Gest and June Sarpong hosted a show with rubbish dead people talker Derek Acorah, where Derek talked to Michael Jackson’s ghost because he is dead. They weren’t able to afford Bruce Willis. In a special Sky One live séance, Derek took some emotional unstable Michael Jackson fans, creepy stalker fans and fans that had plastic surgery like their hero to recreate that wonky nose look. And guess what? It worked.
In the amazing one hour time slot dedicated to the seance, Derek managed to speak to Michael Jackson. Did he ask the all important questions that all Michael Jackson fans wanted to hear? No, instead he passed on stupid messages. Utterly rubbish. He never even made Derek Acorah do the moonwalk or touch his crotch.
So, Uri Geller. What’s he all about then? If you have spoons, then you’d better chuffing run as he makes them bend like crazy. And that’s all he does. Seriously, he didn’t appear on a reality show or bum a famous person. He makes metal objects bend. But he was Michael Jackson’s friend, and he clings on to this fact. Kind of what dog shit does on a fresh pair of white Adidas trainers.
Anything involving his late mate would make him instantly run to the Geller-copter to see what the fuss was about. This week sees the spoon-bender come to face with young conspiracy theorist Tom Pickering, who believes something was a bit fishy about Jackson’s cardiac arrest and weak pulse. He told getreading.co.uk“It didn’t seem to add up because that is not the kind of thing you associate with a cardiac arrest and when I started to look into it, there were other people thinking the same thing. I was never a huge fan of Michael Jackson although I always appreciated his music but the circumstances surrounding his death seem too suspicious. If you listen to This Is It backwards, it refers to how he wants to leave the world but he is still alive. It is a clear message.”
So when the spoon-bender met Tom Pickering, did he bang heads with the youngster and explain to him that Michael is dead? No, he released this stupid generic statement:“Tom has some very interesting viewpoints and some of the evidence is very compelling but there are always conspiracy theories around legends like Michael.”
Legend? It’s not like he was a pirate or something. We’re not writing books about him called Michael Jackson And The Curse Of The Emerald Seagull. Come on Uri, sort it out. Or at least learn to bend some forks.
Think it’s still a load of monkey bollocks like us? Well check out the website that was set up by Tom Pickering. Convincing, huh?http://www.hecklerspray.com/michael-jac ... 044392.php