Sunday, 28 August 2011

Today, New York, Los Angeles, And Munich! Tomorrow….Oxford!

Wait. What?
Mum-of-two Ms Longshaw, 49, from Charlbury, says she is co-ordinating the rally along with members of the international Justice4MJ group from Los Angeles, who hope to stage other rallies in New York, Los Angeles, Munich, Paris and Sydney.
Never, ever has the phrase ‘Get a life, woman!’ been so apt…
She said: “It has been a long wait – two years for Dr Conrad Murray to come to trial – but we fans want to make sure his trial, which is set to begin on September 20, and what really happened to Michael, is in the front of everyone’s minds.”
She added: “Our goal is no longer to bring Conrad Murray to justice. We are aware we have no influence over the justice system in LA…”
That’s some self-awareness, there…

Anyone wondering ‘Why Oxford..?’ should be in no doubt that it’s a hub of Michael Jackson history.
Jackson visited Oxford in March 2001 to address the Oxford Union.
Hundreds of fans gathered in the city for a chance to spot their idol.

Ms Longshaw said: “Michael has a history here and I feel there will be people who will want to join me in supporting the cause for justice for him…”
And, are there?

Well….
While Michael Jackson has millions of fans worldwide, Ms Longshaw admitted her search for Oxfordshire-based fans has so far drawn a blank.

“I have been on forums everywhere trying to contact Oxfordshire-based fans, without any luck so far. There must be some out there. I’ll be waiting to hear from them.”
Good luck with that, sweetie.

15 comments:

Henry Crun said...

She's asking the wrong people...perhaps a trawl of the kiddy-fiddler fora might produce better results.

Captain Haddock said...

Ha Ha .. Brilliant .. good to see that Old England can (despite the horrors inflicted upon us by 13 long years of Marxist diktats) still produce its own nutters ..

White 'un said...

One wonders, cynically, if a trial might reveal things about the King of Pop that loyal subjects might not want to hear.

Will be interesting...

Gallovidian said...

MJ got justice, just a bit late.

Greencoat said...

The Princess Diana factor strikes again.

Laban said...

Charlbury is a pretty little commuter village/town (Oxford or Paddington) with lots of wealthy residents. Cameron and Clarkson country.

She must have plenty of time on her hands.

SBC said...

I'm deeply disappointed and had expected better of this site....

WHERE ARE ALL THE MJ JOKES?!?!?!?!?!

Ringmer said...

"Charlbury is a pretty little commuter village/town (Oxford or Paddington) with lots of wealthy residents. Cameron and Clarkson country."

Rich and un-enriched...blissful.

Angry Exile said...

Oh, fuck Jacko and his funfair, I'm still waiting for someone to indict Elvis's toilet. But for SBC's benefit, I did hear that Jackson's will said that all the plastic in his body was to be removed and recycled into a playground slide... so kids could carry on going down on him for years (not my joke but it was about the sickest one I can remember hearing at the time).

SBC said...

"so kids could carry on going down on him for years"

SNORK! Hadn't heard *that* one before!

David Gillies said...

I heard it was going to be plastic bags so he'd still be dangerous for kids to play with, but whatever.

I think my favourite is Michael Jackson to Woody Allen: "got two tens for a twenty?"

Charles said...

Q. What does MJ have in common with the State of Israel?

A. They both knew when to pull out of Jordan

Captain Haddock said...

@ Charles ..

I never knew MJ had shagged her ..

Wouldn't have thought she was his type, or within his usual age range ..

John Pickworth said...

I wonder if Jackson's doctor ever gets asked if he remembers what he was doing the day Michael died?

Anyway, to be honest, I never really cared that much for MJ. His best work was the product of others and I wouldn't have said he could dance that well, just some moves that looked good the first time you saw them.

JuliaM said...

"She's asking the wrong people.."

:D

"The Princess Diana factor strikes again."

*shudder*

"I think my favourite is Michael Jackson to Woody Allen: "got two tens for a twenty?""

LOL!

"Anyway, to be honest, I never really cared that much for MJ. His best work was the product of others ..."

He was a triumph of marketing, really, wasn't he? I do like some of his stuff, but others make me cringe.