the dancers looked so happy puzzling how that can be

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the dancers looked so happy puzzling how that can be

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It still is going round my head how the dancers fromtii have taken all this they seem to be smiling and happy at the memorial and funeral . They at last go the chance to work with their idol got to know him and talk to him be trained by him they must have been in 7th heaven then the worst thing happens Michael "dies" they must have been devastated but they just dont look like it. A lady i worked with suddenly died just after christmas we are all shocked and upset nobody is laughing about it she was a ball of energy and had lot more to do with her life and she left 3 children no body can smile about that..it just goes round my head and i cant work it out.
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I was wondering why the dancers were used as ushers at the "private" burial instead of the Forest Lawn staff or the staff of the funeral home they used....all wearing jackets from the Victory Tour...strange indeed.....
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you just would have thought that their idol who they so admired and cheered when he was dancing in tii  it would have all been so upsetting for them and they would have had very teary eyes but they still looked excited like it was a big honour for them to be there maybe they were being proffesional but still cant work it out  and why have they got work now when they should have been at the 02 with mj
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you just would have thought that their idol who they so admired and cheered when he was dancing in tii  it would have all been so upsetting for them and they would have had very teary eyes but they still looked excited like it was a big honour for them to be there maybe they were being proffesional but still cant work it out  and why have they got work now when they should have been at the 02 with mj
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I was wondering why the dancers were used as ushers at the "private" burial instead of the Forest Lawn staff or the staff of the funeral home they used....all wearing jackets from the Victory Tour...strange indeed.....
aeg getting their monies worth
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^^Oh, I guess.........but still strange....
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also strange that the family would let aeg take over
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also strange that the family would let aeg take over
Thats a very good point when they are blaming them now or they seem to be
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also strange that the family would let aeg take over

Yes! Unless they let AEG pay for it.....i heard that Janet put about $45,000 out of her own money for the burial...i just don't know! lol....confused.....
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I was wondering why the dancers were used as ushers at the "private" burial instead of the Forest Lawn staff or the staff of the funeral home they used....all wearing jackets from the Victory Tour...strange indeed.....
I think the Jacksons are in general strange :?  in their behavior.
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but how would you all feel if after a lot of hard work and training all your life you at last met MIchael and danced with him and was guided by him leading up to the most wonderful concert ever then you get that news.  you would be heartbroken and to see that coffin would make anybody breakdown and they did not seem to has anybody got pictures of the sobbing I have not seen any not unless as I said they know something or they are good at their job in controlling themselves
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unless everyone is on tranq's i dont understand, the rest of the public cry and they know him and its smiles
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yes it keeps playning on my mind and they all seem to be getting on with their lives now i know they are probably not allowed to talk about it i just hope we are right .
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I have also thought it strange how these dancers came from all over the world to audition
for TII because mj was their idol.But they all look so happy when he died.
Somethings up guys, they know it and we know it!
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also strange that the family would let aeg take over

Yes! Unless they let AEG pay for it.....i heard that Janet put about $45,000 out of her own money for the burial...i just don't know! lol....confused.....
wow tht 50p to her, and she claimed it back from the estate
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I have also thought it strange how these dancers came from all over the world to audition
for TII because mj was their idol.But they all look so happy when he died.
Somethings up guys, they know it and we know it!
just selfish pp seeking the limelight
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I have also thought it strange how these dancers came from all over the world to audition
for TII because mj was their idol.But they all look so happy when he died.
Somethings up guys, they know it and we know it!
just selfish pp seeking the limelight

Yeah, people will do anything for their 15 minutes   :x  I'm not judging them just saying it's possibility. The whole 2 year contract probably means they're not allowed to talk about the rehearsals which is worrying too... AEG might just want to make sure they have their a**es covered. They're all saying that Michael was healthy and excited whereas fans that met him say the opposite claiming he was being pressured. The murder theory is making more and more sense to me but I really don't want it to... :(
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if mike was in this terrible state of being hooked up everynight, needing tubes etc very uncomfortable, wouldn't cm have to report it to aeg, did they know?

and this situation could not be new so who was doing it before cm?
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if mike was in this terrible state of being hooked up everynight, needing tubes etc very uncomfortable, wouldn't cm have to report it to aeg, did they know?

and this situation could not be new so who was doing it before cm?

CM might have some agreement with them and they might thus have known but for them it's a win-win situation, if Michael does the 50 shows they win and if he dies they still win. Just look at how much money has been made since his "death", music sales, TII in cinemas and merchandise etc. I might be oversuspicious here but human nature can be pretty ugly. Michael said himself that he hates to tour and he even told a friend back in 2001 that if he toured again it would kill him, so why did he even agree to do these shows?! Many people said he needed to pay of debts, e.g to Sony and therefore they put pressure on him. I'm not sure if this is true or not but we all know that didn't like to tour though... :?

We've also heard he passed all the physicals which is strange if you'd go by the recent AR where we can tell that his lungs obviously are in a terrible state. What's included in a physical then? Wouldn't this be quite obvious? Idk i'm not a dr but it seems weird...
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but how would you all feel if after a lot of hard work and training all your life you at last met MIchael and danced with him and was guided by him leading up to the most wonderful concert ever then you get that news.  you would be heartbroken and to see that coffin would make anybody breakdown and they did not seem to has anybody got pictures of the sobbing I have not seen any not unless as I said they know something or they are good at their job in controlling themselves

I would've been on the floor in a puddle of tears.  That has always puzzled me that even the girls seemed to move right on from point A to point B.  I would have been  so depressed that I never got the chance to do that Dirty Diana production on stage or even in practice with MJ tied to that bed :oops: How could they all be smiling?  It's unnatural, unless of course...
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Quote from: "mumof3"
but how would you all feel if after a lot of hard work and training all your life you at last met MIchael and danced with him and was guided by him leading up to the most wonderful concert ever then you get that news.  you would be heartbroken and to see that coffin would make anybody breakdown and they did not seem to has anybody got pictures of the sobbing I have not seen any not unless as I said they know something or they are good at their job in controlling themselves

I mentioned this before in a previous post:

KO,Orianthi,TII dancers,chorists,desingner...This was supposed to be the GREATEST comeback EVER...unless I missed something, I saw no one broke down,not once...all smiles...I mean,this should have been one hell of a desapointement,to say the least!! It really doesn't make any sense like so many other things...
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but how would you all feel if after a lot of hard work and training all your life you at last met MIchael and danced with him and was guided by him leading up to the most wonderful concert ever then you get that news.  you would be heartbroken and to see that coffin would make anybody breakdown and they did not seem to has anybody got pictures of the sobbing I have not seen any not unless as I said they know something or they are good at their job in controlling themselves

I mentioned this before in a previous post:

KO,Orianthi,TII dancers,chorists,desingner...This was supposed to be the GREATEST comeback EVER...unless I missed something, I saw no one broke down,not once...all smiles...I mean,this should have been one hell of a desapointement,to say the least!! It really doesn't make any sense like so many other things...

what is going to cm defence - here i am being cheeky but i would like them to say, i am not guilty because the real mj is not dead, the ar is fake, the death cert is fake, mike is not buried, and in fact.. grand entrance  here he is.. yeah that would be so good.

i  have this feeling that cm messed up big time, and that they wanted to switch of life support, and that the family refused and that he is on life support somewhere out of sight.
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I was wondering why the dancers were used as ushers at the "private" burial instead of the Forest Lawn staff or the staff of the funeral home they used....all wearing jackets from the Victory Tour...strange indeed.....


To me it seems the hospital wasn't "officially" involved or the cemetery. They used their own for the death announcement and funeral!!
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^^Right! Like Jermaine being the "official" one to announce the news...not a doctor, UCLA medical staff, police, nothing....If i was at the hospital where my sibling JUST passed away, I wouldn't have the strength at that point in time to go in front of cameras and ANNOUNCE it??????? I would be on the floor in a puddle of tears...I know different people handle grief in different ways, but still.....
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But, don't you see, IT IS THE GREATEST COMEBACK EVER......  

There are too many people (US) OUTSIDE of Michael's "inner circle" (family, friends) who are STILL questioning things daily ....  We have said many, MANY times that the "inner circle's" reactions don't add up.....

We all need to trust in ourselves...our ability to SEARCH OUT the TRUTH, as we've been doing since June 25th, 2009.  IT's not just one, two, or even 1,000 people who are questioning things.....  !!!!!  

Michael had to "step out of sight".....(HE could not "personally benefit" as there are so many who'd like to see him FAIL).....so that the TRUTH would be revealed.  

Again, until things even BEGIN to add up, I will follow the TRUTH in my HEART...!   ;)

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Quote from: "mumof3"
but how would you all feel if after a lot of hard work and training all your life you at last met MIchael and danced with him and was guided by him leading up to the most wonderful concert ever then you get that news.  you would be heartbroken and to see that coffin would make anybody breakdown and they did not seem to has anybody got pictures of the sobbing I have not seen any not unless as I said they know something or they are good at their job in controlling themselves

I mentioned this before in a previous post:

KO,Orianthi,TII dancers,chorists,desingner...This was supposed to be the GREATEST comeback EVER...unless I missed something, I saw no one broke down,not once...all smiles...I mean,this should have been one hell of a desapointement,to say the least!! It really doesn't make any sense like so many other things...
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