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2005 Uri Geller: Michael Jackson’s career comeback to be “most dramatic ever seen in showbiz”

Posted in Center for inquiry by Skepdude on July 1, 2009

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In a 2005 interview published in London’s Daily Telegraph, 1970s spoon-bending psychic / magician / alleged fraud Uri Geller spoke of his confidence that his friend Michael Jackson would soon make the greatest comeback of his career: “I’m quietly proud of my part in relaunching Michael’s career. This comeback of his is going to be the most dramatic ever seen in showbiz…. In fact, the only thing that could beat this would be for Elvis to come back from the dead.”

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Jackodolia

Posted in Bad Astronomy by Skepdude on July 1, 2009

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Michael Jackson in a greasy pan

He wasn’t the King of Kings of Pop, but he can still thrill a greasy drip pan.

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The death of a giant

Posted in Skepdude by Skepdude on June 26, 2009

Michael Jackson was a giant, no ifs or buts about it. He was controversial, eccentric, some may even say bizarre, but he was undoubtedly spectacularly talented and quite probably the most influential musician of the past few decades.  He was truly a global superstar. Too bad he died thinking the whole world hated him, when it is clear, since yesterday, that many, many people did not.