Thursday, July 02, 2009

Is Michael Jackson alive?

Well, that's what a vast population on Internet is thinking and even Television channels beaming the news like anything. Jacko is getting ready to be cremated at the Staples House but news channels are showing a new story, of course courtesy Internet, that MJ faked his death and the person dead was his body double with his face changed to MJ's through plastic surgery. Now, this is one bullshit that nobody is going to believe, but believe me everyone has been listening to this news with great sort of speculation as if they are again going to see Moon walker live on stage. The same rumour spread after Saddam Hussain was hanged that the person caught and hanged was not actually Saddam but his duplicate. The rumor mongers have given a very convincing reasoning behind MJ being alive that he just wants to begin a new life under a new name and new face so that he can get rid of all the debts he had and is now living in an 8-story bunker somewhere...

Well...let's forget all these rumors. Let us all give the king the warmest send-off we can. Everyone is trying to cash on even after MJ's death. In fact, even Michael Jackson's last will is now available on Internet for people to read. Now, even a deadly e-mail virus claiming to contain MJ's unrecorded songs and photos in a zip file is circulating on Internet.

As per Sophos, The email comes with the subject "Remembering Michael Jackson" and is sent from "" It tells recipients that an attached file titled "Michael songs and" contains secret songs and photos of the pop music icon, who died of a heart attack in the United States on June 25.

Sophos has warned computer users not to open the attachment. "By opening the attachment, computer users are exposed to infection. Once infected, a computer will begin automatically spreading the worm onto other Internet users." Besides spreading via email, Sophos experts note that the malware is also capable of spreading as an Autorun component on USB memory sticks.

So, even the hackers are now trying to cash on the immense popularity of the King of Pop. It's my humble appeal to everyone let MJ's soul lie in peace...

© 2009 Ranjan Kumar

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