I have a feeling we haven't seen the last of Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
I have a feeling that Michael Jackson is about ready to start touring the world again.....his body has been embalmed...the family has held their private memorial service at Forest Lawn....there was the HUGE public memorial at Staples Center.
But now, no one quite knows where Michael Jackson's body is.  
MSNBC has been keeping tabs of events going on up to and during the service and his body wasn't returned to Forest Lawn after the memorial service.  They even have a statement that: Jermaine, has expressed a desire to have him buried someday at Jackson's Neverland estate in Santa Barbara County. 
Someday....what do they mean by someday?  Like tomorrow or the next day or in a few years?
I have a feeling that Michael Jackson may just end up like Evita Peron and go on tour, selling out stadiums across the world, saying goodbye to his fans and selling memorabilia along the way.
Think about the money that could be raised though? Concert promoters for his sold out 50-concert series in London have convinced fans to let them keep the money they spent on his tickets in exchange for a commemorative ticket to the event. How many millions will they stand to make from this ploy - and all they have to do is print up some tickets and mail out to the fans.
I know it's sick and morbid and twisted, but think about it. Evita Peron toured Argentina for almost 24 years before she was buried - of course she was hiding out for a lot of that time. Valdimir Lenin died in 1924 and his body is STILL on display in Russia, which is longer than he was alive!
So it really isn't out of the question that Michael Jackson's body could go on tour around the world and then be "set-up" at Neverland Ranch a la Lenin's Mausoleum where fans could go and pay their final respects to "The King of Pop"
The real question though is, If Michael Jackson's body "went on tour" would you buy a ticket?
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  • The King of Pop went out in style. The total cost of the memorial is estimated at $4 million. The city of LA is looking for donors, similar to the Laker's parade. Read more and watch a video here, http://pfx.me/yD

  • In reply to informationdesk:

    Thanks for that update InformationDesk. I wonder if the city of LA should approach the Networks for some money to cover the bills. The Networks sold advertising and, I'm sure, made booku bucks so why shouldn't they share the expense?

  • In reply to informationdesk:

    Thanks for that update InformationDesk. I wonder if the city of LA should approach the Networks for some money to cover the bills. The Networks sold advertising and, I'm sure, made booku bucks so why shouldn't they share the expense?

  • In reply to informationdesk:

    Thanks for that update InformationDesk. I wonder if the city of LA should approach the Networks for some money to cover the bills. The Networks sold advertising and, I'm sure, made booku bucks so why shouldn't they share the expense?

  • In reply to informationdesk:

    Thanks for that update InformationDesk. I wonder if the city of LA should approach the Networks for some money to cover the bills. The Networks sold advertising and, I'm sure, made booku bucks so why shouldn't they share the expense?

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