All of a sudden it has taken the radio & tv stations by storm.Â Its in the newspaper, people talk about it, and I’ve even received jokes about it less that 24hrs after he was reported dead.Â Its all everyone can think of.Â Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson!!!Â Some people have even been fooled into thinking that he may still be alive, but thank you for clearing that up for us Hannah Lowen.Â But honestly, I don’t care.Â Jackson fever seems to be spreading faster than swine flu, and its effects are definitely worse.Â People are behaving like complete morons!!!
I think its completely absurd, and maybe even a bit retarded that people are now, all of a sudden, idolizing this man, who they were ripping apart a few months back, because he’s claimed to be a child molester.
Because I didn’t know him personally, I cannot claim to be sure of any of this, neither can I say that he was an amazing person.Â In my eyes, he was just another guy… Another person trying to make their way through life, wanting to be appreciated & loved.Â Just a pity that he probably never experienced either of those.
In a recent poll, these were voted the top ten most ridiculous British laws…
1. It is illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament (27 %).
2. It is an act of treason to place a postage stamp bearing the British monarch upside-down (7 %).
3. In Liverpool, it is illegal for a woman to be topless except as a clerk in a tropical fish store (6 %).
4. Mince pies cannot be eaten on Christmas Day (5 %).
5. In Scotland, if someone knocks on your door and requires the use of your toilet, you must let them enter (4 %).
6. A pregnant woman can legally relieve herself anywhere she wants, including in a policeman’s helmet (4 %).
7. The head of any dead whale found on the British coast automatically becomes the property of the king, and the tail of the queen (3,5 %).
8. It is illegal to avoid telling the tax man anything you do not want him to know, but legal not to tell him information you do not mind him knowing (3 %).
9. It is illegal to enter the Houses of Parliament in a suit of armour (3 %).
10. In the city of York it is legal to murder a Scotsman within the ancient city walls, but only if he is carrying a bow and arrow (2 %)
I would like to know the origin of these!!!