Kansas City Michael Jackson Candlelight Vigil Planned for Tonight!!!



Interesting invite turned up in my e-mail this morning. There are a couple of vigils being planned for the late King of Pop tonight. Here's one being organized using Obama's information infrastructure:
Michael Jackson Memorial Candlelight Vigil (Meeting)
Please come show your love and support with millions of fans across the world to celebrate the life and mourn the loss of the greatest musical genius of all time, Michael Joseph Jackson. There will be a candlelight vigil for the King of Pop at the Charlie Parker Memorial located on 18th and Vine and Paseo on Friday, June 26, 2009 at 7PM. Please bring your candles and Micheal Jackson memorabilia tonight as we gather together to pray and honor the fallen star and beloved legend tonight at the Jazz District.
At a glance: Michael Jackson Memorial Candlelight Vigil (Meeting)
Time: Friday, June 26 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host: Yancy Davis
Location:
Charlie Parker Memorial (Kansas City, MO)
18th & Vine
Kansas City, MO 64108

Don't expect the news cycle to end on this one anytime soon. I mean, c'mon. We could be fighting about healthcare or something equally boring.

Comments

  1. Not to nitpick, but it will be about 95' and still blazingly sunny at 7pm.

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  2. Wow,important stuff being discussed here.

    Nevermind that the largest tax increase in history is being voted on in the name of preventing photosynthesis.

    I would venture a guess that the seven bawling morons holding candles tonight will likely all be unemployed bloggers.

    Who cares if momma can't afford to air condidtion your basement home anymore?

    Maybe you all could hold fake candles to do your part in starving the trees of the co2 they breath.

    I always thought you yahoos hugged trees, now I realize you were just trying to choke them.

    Do the moonwalk for me moonbat.

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  3. WTF? Granted, MJ put out some great music back in the '80s, but how many people could honestly name a song he's done since then? Why all the celebration of a washed up musician who hasn't had a hit in years? The only thing that kept MJ from teetering over the brink of irrelevancy has been his utter weirdness and "freak factor."

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  4. This must be a joke right? We are going to honor a pop celebrity whose greatest moment was 20 years ago and since has had a steady decline of sanity and solvency until he dies at 50 under questionable circumstances 400 milliion dollars in debt?

    Ok, count me in.

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  5. Yeah, like real people will go to that neighborhood with all those drunken apes on the loose....

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  6. Anybody see my other glove?6/26/09, 4:18 PM

    Is NAMBLA sponsoring one? Oh, rim shot!!

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  7. Crowds will turn out to mourn a man they never met, while kids are getting killed in the metro.

    Yup, sounds about right(sigh)

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  8. where is the love?

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  9. WTF - for a minute there I thought anony 3:54 was talking about Elvis.

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  10. When I heard The King Of Pop had died, I thought they meant one of the Jonas Brothers.

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  11. And Yancy requests that all you White people stay away.

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  12. It was not something I planned and organized. I just posted the info on the OFA site.

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  13. It was not something I planned and organized. I just posted the info on the OFA site.

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  14. Bullshit Yancy.

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  15. marnie cumshoak6/27/09, 8:09 AM

    he was a monster

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  16. Very Bad News, We have Lost an Extraordinary Person who rolled his life completely on dance and music. Jackson is No more but god will soon gives a solution.

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  17. died from eating to many 12 year old nuts.....

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  18. why are people so rude, if you died and people talked about you this way your family would be mad. show some fucking respect. who the fuck are you to judge MJ. cuz i know not a single one of you motherfuckers is perfect.

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