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Sleeping with Michael Jackson’s stuff?
Blog Guy, I need some personal advice from a supportive, caring person. Have you read about that Michael Jackson thing in Japan? You can spend the night of June 25th, the anniversary of his death, actually sleeping amid Jackson’s belongings at an exhibit in Tokyo.
Oh Lord…. No, no, no… Please don’t make me be supportive.
But I’m such a huge Jackson fan! PLEASE say it’s normal to do this!
Okay, I can’t believe I’m saying this, but if you liked him that much, and you have a chance to spend a night in opulence surrounded by his things, I guess…
Not so much with the opulence. We’d be sleeping on the floor.
Oh. Well still, I guess if it’s free….
No, we have to pay up to $1,000 to sleep on the floor.
Yikes. Help me out here. I suppose if you already have a ticket…
I don’t have a ticket. We can start lining up for those a month before the event.
Look, I’m up against the wall. I’m trying not to tell you this is the single most moronic thing I’ve ever heard…
I’m tossing you a lifeline, okay? It’s perfectly normal to stand in line for the possible chance to spend $1,000 to sleep on the floor with a dead guy’s belongings, uh, let’s see, IF you get a nice big gourmet brunch the morning after. How’s that for being supportive?
No brunch. They’re throwing us out at 8 a.m.
YOU DON’T EVEN GET BRUNCH? RUN LIKE THE WIND, CHUMP, RUN LIKE THE WIND!
Pop star Michael Jackson waves to fans as he leaves after the “Premium VIP Party with Michael Jackson” in Tokyo in a 2007 file photo. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota/Files
A hat, a pair of glasses and a glove sit on stage at the Michael Jackson public memorial at the Apollo Theater in New York, June 30, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson