Connecting dots…Are you a dot?
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Finally I register on the site http://www.michaeljacksontributeportrait.com/.
At first glance, an ordinary fansite with organized action of creating a portrait of Michael Jackson from the points.
The motto of the site 1 Dot = 1 Fan.
Who made these first point? And why the administration site apologizing?
Since then begin strangeness.
Among many there tab – Write a Message.
“Compose Message To Michael. Write your message to Michael below, then click “Post Entry.”
So, to whom I should write a letter?
And who ultimately will read it? Site administration … or Michael Jackson himself.
I think the second … Lol.
The site owner Jerry Biederman. Producer and writer.
Among his works is the script for the show Criss Angel “Mindfreak” (2002).
An interesting coincidence is not it?
Strong video. I first saw this movie last summer.
No mention of the death.
And the new version…
Familiar faces. On the connection many of them with the hoax death you already know.
But I want to elaborate on Maya Angelou. She is a famous poet.
And her poem read at the memorial Queen Latifah July 7, 2009.
But interestingly this:
“Riverside, Oct 7 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The noted author and poet Maya Angelou who was supposed to be sick and even passed away is all hale and hearty. She sent a video of her good health and set the record straight. On Saturday, various news sources and blogs, such as TMZ, were reporting that Angelou was supposed to be honored at the BraveHeart Awards but had been hospitalized prior to arrival.According to Maya, she was never supposed to have attended the award function, so she had instead sent a taped speech on her behalf. This may have been the root cause of all the confusion.“It’s been a burden—I have family here and family of friends all over the country who called me responding to an erroneous account that I was sick and maybe even dying,” Angelou said. She refrained from specifying any media sources that initiated the false information but still managed to shed light on what she thought about the situation and the news sources that publicized it. “I feel sorry for a person who only has that much of life. Life is for the living and life loves the liver of it. You should be trying to live your own life, not trying to talk about somebody else’s death—that’s stupid.”“I think people rely on them too much. I know people who go to those sites faithfully. Celebrities can’t blow their nose without paparazzi,” said Brittany Long, a junior television production major. “How are you just going to say Maya Angelou died?”
Since the posting, TMZ.com needed to revise the false information and added that Angelou is “alive and well.”
And by the way I am a dot.
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