BRANDOLAND: Talking to God...For You!

Monday, April 04, 2005

The Real Brandoland

Well...

Now that we know that the Pope is gone - and Terri's gone - and Saddam's whole "mobile lab" thing was made up by a CRAZY DRUNK named "Curveball" (please read Saturday & Sunday's posts) - and Oil is up to a record high ($58.28/brl) - we can turn our attention to something that really matters:

"Jacko could beat it to BRANDO paradise"

No, not my Hollywood one-bedroom, Marlon Brando's Polynesian paradise:
If Michael Jackson ever left the country, he could live out his days on a tropical island paradise - thanks to his friend Marlon Brando.

A notarized deed obtained by the Daily News shows that on June 5, 2003, Brando granted Jackson sanctuary on one of the Pacific islands he owned "for the rest of [Jackson's] natural life."

According to the deed, Brando transferred use of a half-acre on the islet of Onetahi, in the French Polynesian atoll of Tetiaroa, "in consideration of gratitude and affection."

"I can't easily describe the pleasure that has come our way with your invitation to Neverland," wrote Brando, who signed the letter "Love, Dad."

But the deed raises the question of whether Brando, who died last July, may have intended Onetahi as a possible refuge for the embattled singer.

At the time of the property transfer, child welfare groups were pressing Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon to investigate Jackson, who had admitted on TV that he shared his bed with a then-12-year-old cancer survivor.
I'd like to CUT TO the EXT. SANTA MONICA AIRPORT, but I'm not...because I'm not sure where "they" keep the plane gassed and ready.

Hey, speaking of Neverland:

"Al Qaeda Says 7 Suicide Bombers Struck Iraqi Prison"

Al Qaeda? Could've sworn the attack on Abu Ghraib was the work of Mujahadeen Without Borders.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's wing in Iraq said on Sunday seven suicide bombers spearheaded its brazen overnight raid on Abu Ghraib prison that wounded 44 U.S. soldiers, according to an Internet statement.

In a statement on Saturday's raid on the notorious facility outside Baghdad, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's group said its fighters killed "dozens of Americans," destroyed more than 15 vehicles and shot down an Apache helicopter.

It said 57 fighters attacked watchtowers from four sides and "silenced them" as seven suicide bombers detonated vehicles laden with explosives around the facility.
"What does that have to do with Michael Jackson?"

Nothing. Absolutely nothing.

Regular Unleaded is up to $2.51 at the Mobil on Sunset & Fairfax.

"In BizzarroAmerica, gas is $.99 a gallon, on account of our quick, death-less victory in Iraq and our superior deal with the New Iraqi Oil Ministry."

More later. I swear to God...

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