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I read this morning that they might preserve his body in moonwalking position and put it on display next to bubbles  :tired:



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I read this morning that they might preserve his body in moonwalking position and put it on display next to bubbles  :tired:

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However, it has emerged that his body may not be buried at all, but could be preserved for ever in his famous moonwalk stance.

The claim was made by German doctor Gunther von Hagens, who has gained notoriety for embalming corpses in polyurethane.

His "plastination'' process enabled him to create a London show featuring preserved human bodies, many displaying internal organs.

On Friday, Dr von Hagens said: "An agreement is in place to plastinate the king of pop.''

He said he had agreed with representatives of Jackson's family "months ago'' that his body would be plastinated and placed next to the singer's late chimp Bubbles, who was preserved after his death and is on display in the show at the O2 arena, where the singer was due to appear next month.

http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/story/0,28383,25702369-5019114,00.html

oops, was meant to edit my post instead of quote myself
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* shakes head *


That is stuffed.  :?


Anyhoo, I thought he was already plastinated???   :p



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A dozen fans of Michael Jackson reportedly commit suicide

    * Lifeline receives calls from fans
    * Reports of suicides overseas
    * Seek help if feeling overwhelmed

MICHAEL Jackson's death has reportedly led at least a dozen people to kill themselves worldwide while Australians seek help from a suicide prevention hotline.


Some callers to Lifeline Australia, which speaks to about 50 suicidal people each day, have told counsellors that Jackson's death on Friday had left them distressed.

http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/story/0,28383,25712012-5019114,00.html



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Thank you very much for the lesson. I knew that I can do this in better way.





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Nice try - now back to Neverneverland with you. :teehee:



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poor old Michael...

can't even spell his own name.....



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