HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PIC ?? Is this for real ??

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Offline MJonmind

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Re: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PIC ?? Is this for real ??

  • on: July 18, 2011, 06:13:59 AM
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[glow=red:16hodjj7]Its not about why they are smiling.......but because of who they are...[/glow:16hodjj7]

These are the paramedics from the ambulance, Fire station #71 and the chief..........WHY ARE THEY BACKSTAGE AT THE MEMORIAL ??????????????????????????


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Thank you for posting this pic! Let's say that family indeed invited paramedics to the memorial, which is very doubtful in my opinion. WHY IN THE WORLD PHILLIPS WOULD TAKE A PICTURE WITH THEM? And WHY are they wearing their uniform???? "Hey people look at us, we are the paramedics who couldn't save Michael Jackson!" I remember somewhere here we had a shifts schedule at Fire station #71, if i'm not mistaken. It would be great to see if they were supposed to be working on 7/7/9 or not. I'll go and search for it typing/ , if someone can help please help.

These paramedics would have had no prior relationship with MJ as a patient or his family/friends, and they were unsuccessful in saving his life, which is a negative. Randy Phillips is totally to do with the stage production/promotion which includes TII (theme for the hoax as well) and Magic Johnson. You could say posing were actors, production/promotion and a little "magic" for the hoax. albino/

How many of you here who are medical people, go to funerals of your patients, or linger afterwards with the family?
Especially ones who died in your hands/care?

I found this article on Randy Phillips posted by the newspaper today.

Randy Phillips profile: Michael Jackson's promoter is making all the right moves
"He's 50 but he's going to dance his ass off," says the confident, quick-talking Randy Phillips, chief executive of AEG Live and promoter of acts from Britney Spears and Prince.
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Randy Phillips is President and CEO of AEG Live.
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Michael Jackson during a press conference to announce his comeback tour at the o2 Photo: JANE MINGAY
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Crowds queue for Michael Jackson tickets which went on sale at 7am at the O2 Arena in London Photo: PA

By Rowena Mason
12:01AM GMT 14 Mar 2009

This is the man who persuaded Michael Jackson, that elusive, reclusive eccentric, to return as the King of Pop for a tour at AEG's O2 venue, the ex-Millennium Dome. "He's working on a new move. Something like the Moonwalk, but different."

Phillips clearly understands how to whet the appetite of Jackson's scrums of fans. More than 250,000 joined the online queue, with 800 turning up to the O2 itself to get seats for the 50 dates.

Watching him order tea at the Dorchester Hotel, Phillips has the neurotic chatter of a Woody Allen.

"I've gotta have Dorchester blend with honey and skim milk, right? And multigrain sandwiches... salmon, egg and maybe a few chicken," he says.

This precise, organisational mastermind has kicked up a global ticketing storm just four months after a high-pitched "yes" was uttered from Jackson's pinched lips. The pair go back 15 years – they lost touch, but after the promoter joined AEG he made a "hit list" of acts to entice. Jackson was at the top.

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"We finally made Mohammed come to the mountain of the O2," Phillips grins. Jackson refused twice, but several months ago, the idea arose as the superstar was putting together a restructuring plan for his finances. Not hat we should believe rumours that Jackson is struggling, after spending a fortune on security and lawyers after his famous child abuse trial – which ended with his acquittal.

"They make out Michael's finances are much more dire than they are," Phillips assures me. But he needed the cash, right? "I asked him straight off: why say yes to the tour now? Was it the money? He said: you know what, my kids are old enough now." Jackson agreed to do 10 dates for AEG, before relenting to 40 more. The star "worships" London, but plans to stay in a country house where his children can play. If any Daily Telegraph readers have a plush rural pad for rent, Phillips wants to know.

He estimates Jackson will make $50m-$100m from the London dates. This could rise to $500m if he does a world tour.

So how much is AEG getting out of this? Phillips laughs. "We're not in this for the money. We're taking a huge risk on Michael. Forgetting tickets, the local economy will get $500m."

Things haven't gone entirely seamlessly for AEG since they put their money behind Jackson. Most tickets are being sold straight to fans for £50-£75. But AEG claims its premium ticket partner, Viagogo offered seats for re-sale in bulk, allowing touts and other re-sellers to push up prices. A court has now ordered Viagogo to stop selling to anyone not believed to be an individual fan, until a further hearing.

Another potential hitch is that they do not yet have insurance covering Jackson's appearance at all 50 gigs – but Phillips insists any risk will be worth it.

"If Mike gets too nervous to go on, I'll throw him over my shoulder and carry him on stage. He's light enough."

In recent days, there has been furious speculation about Jackson's health, which Phillips dismisses. "Making up rumours about Michael Jackson is a cottage industry," he exclaims. "We were having dinner when I got a Google alert that he had a flesh-eating disease. He was sitting opposite, healthy as ever."

Among the other urban myths he demolishes: Jacko is not as weird as I may think, but a devoted parent, and though famed for Jesus-like shows, "not a confident person".

Jackson's nerves aside, the deal could have been off if Phil Anschutz, the billionaire behind AEG had not taken to him.

"Phil had to give me permission to spend all this money. I joke that I'm going to make him a millionaire – from a billionaire." Anschutz has been described as prickly, but Phillips says he is "respectful, a good listener and brilliant".

Anschutz built up his empire from property and launched AEG to take on the force of Live Nation: its corporate nemesis.

"We are under assault by an 800lb gorilla called Live Nation, planning to merge with Ticketmaster. It's not good, but we are there doing better."

AEG is certainly putting its all into making the tour superlative. Hiring Kenny Ortega, the man behind High School Musical, booking superstar guest appearances, putting money into a new 3D film of Thriller and developing new technology to make it a historical spectacle.

"Now we have the biggest artist in the world at the best arena in the best city," Phillips declares, digesting the news that 750,000 tickets have sold out in five hours. He has the satisfied look of a man who has just pulled off an inconceivably ambitious plan.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/news ... moves.html
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Offline _Anna_

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Re: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PIC ?? Is this for real ??

  • on: July 18, 2011, 07:09:07 AM
Can someone please re-upload the photo? it was deleted. And on mjhoaxlive the photo is too minuscule to see anything. How can you know those are the paramedics? you can't even see the faces. Does anyone have th e photo in a better size?
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