So for all the people who bawled their eyes out and beat their chests when ETOnline.com showed an image of Michael Jackson in death, I wonder how they will react now that it appears his family would like for there to be a public viewing of his corpse at Neverland? Who knows, they might even charge. I am wondering how long it will take for this greedy, desperate family to have the audacity to ask fans to contribute to a fund for the formerly rich man's children even though his likeness and recordings will eventually wipe out his debts?
I said before that there is a history of famous bodies being displayed, and of course it's still quite common for funerals to be open-casket. Like Rudy Valentino and Elvis Presley before him, both also huge icons and huge lovers of spectacle, it's only fitting that he would be gussied up EIGHT DAYS after his death so his fans can check out the ultimate Madame Tussaud's exhibit. Why not just drive him around the country? Quite gross—if true.