All right, this is a Mindanao blogger's desperate attempt to ask anybody out there...a kind-hearted generous person (hehe) who can possibly send me a copy of the latest issue of People magazine. Okay, so this is more like a cry for help :D I know that once this magazine hits our shores, I'll have a difficult time buying a copy and OMG I want to have one!!!
I want to have a copy of it because it's a special edition featuring the King of Pop himself, the Gloved One --- Michael Jackson! As I previously mentioned here in Mindanaoan, I am a huge fan of the King of Pop!
Check out the cover of this special People magazine I want to get my hands on:
So to anybody who wants to send me a copy, please, please, please CONTACT ME! I'd forever be grateful! :)
, Mindanaoan Update
Please feel free to share your thoughts! I would love to hear from you...WHO WAS MICHAEL JACKSON TO YOU? Who was Michael Jackson, the renowned "Gloved One," the "King of Pop," to you? How did his life, talents, skills and accomplishments affect you? When he died, how did you feel? What were your thoughts?
Today, June 26, 2009 (June 25, 2009 in the U.S.), the world awakens to the sad news of Michael Jackson's death. The Los Angeles coroner confirmed that at roughly 2:26 PM of June 25, 2009 (U.S. time), MJ passed away.
Michael Jackson, despite all of the controversies hounding him, will undoubtedly remain as one of the greatest artists of all time. He was a part of our childhood. His music, talent, grooves, style, love and the capacity to draw people together at least in the spirit...
Like millions of fans around the world, I woke up today shocked and with tears in my eyes. I woke up to the sound of a CNN report saying that the King of Pop - THE Michael Jackson - has been hospitalized and then went into a deep coma. A few minutes later, L.A. Times, AP and Fox News confirmed that Michael Jackson has died at the age of 50.
Interestingly, and even right at this moment as I am blogging this, CNN STILL has not yet confirmed the news that Michael Jackson has died. Which is a good thing because basic journalism ethics state that news should always be verified before you broadcast it, lest you want to create senseless or unreasonable commotion.
Right now, at this very moment, tears are rolling down my eyes. In my heart, I am hoping that Michael Jackson is still alive....