Katze (schadenkatze) wrote,

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The Bullet List... of Death!

For lack of substantial content, I have chosen to provide a Power Point post today (alliteration unintentional).

  • Complete autopsy reports for Michael Jackson could take weeks.

    • Initial reports suggest Jackson died of an overdose of Demerol or other narcotic.
    • Leaked details state Jackson’s body weighed only 112 pounds.
    • Needle marks scarred his body, purportedly from numerous daily narcotic injections.
    • His body was devoid of hair and badly bruised.

  • The Jackson family claims foul play.

    • Jackson family plans to pay for an independent autopsy to support or dispute official findings.
    • Jackson’s personal physician denies prescribing and/or administering narcotics in tablet form or injections.
    • Family is currently working to obtain legal custody of Jackson’s children.

  • True Blood is the best show on television.

    • Three episodes into the second season and I am already positive that a third season is locked and loaded.
    • Eric, played by Alexander Skarsgard is the best onscreen villain since Al Swearengin (my beloved Ian McShane).
    • First show I have ever watched that I do NOT want spoilers for, in fact, I avoid them like the plague, almost to the point of skipping ads and trailers.

  • Many local friends and family gathered at the airport Saturday to bid farewell to loved ones deployed to Iraq.

    • Most soldiers are to be stationed at an internment facility in Baghdad.
    • Tears flowed freely as our bravest and best marched in formation to board the aircraft.
    • Local television news crews covered the event with video footage and interviews from family members.

I guess that’s all I have to say for now. Please return to your regular activities.
Tags: iraq, michael-jackson, true-blood
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