On Michael Jackson’s birthday flag fly at half staff

MJJ and JDJJOn Michael Jackson’s birthday flag fly at half staff

 

Senator Kennedy recently passed away after suffering from brain cancer who loss the battle Wednesday 26 August 2009.  President Obama declared a proclamation to have the flags fly at half staff until sunset of 30 August 2009.  Michael Jackson will be buried on his birthday 29 August 2009, at which time we would have made 51 years old.  Michael Jackson died July 25th of this year, almost exactly on month apart

Ted Kennedy died at age 77 and Michael Jackson at age 50 as both will be laid to rest on the same day 29 August 2009, which is be a day of mourn across the United States and the world.  On this day the flags will fly at half staff? 

On the better said of things:

Janet Jackson completed the filming of the Tyler Perry Movie, “Why did I get married too.”  She is the process of making a new album to be released in 2010 and now her biography is officially in the process of being written, as for now it is being called “The true you,” to be published by Simon and Schuster and written by David Ritz whom she worked with before.

 

With the book signings, album promotions, movie promotions and who knows perhaps a tour, Janet is going to be a very busy woman in 2010.  May the year 2010 be a successful year for Janet Jackson, I mean who is more deserving in the industry?

Obama: Flags at half-staff for Kennedy

 

 

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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Hi everyone just thought I would let you know about our brand new site which is dedicated to the late Michael Jackson and his Song Thriller, check it out its at http://www.JacksonThriller.co.uk we miss you Michael.

  2. Michael Died June 25th, NOT JULY 25th as you stated above.
    Or did he die in July?
    Hmmm?


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