Michael Jackson’s leprechaun dream

September 21, 2006

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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson, who has left the United States after his acquittal from child molestation charges, has been spending time in Ireland and decided his dream would to be open a theme park with a leprechaun theme. According to MSNBC,

“Michael is deadly serious about this idea,” a source told Ireland’s Daily Mirror. “He loves the whole idea of leprechauns and the magic and myths of Ireland. It would cost around 500 million Euros [about $635 million] to do. He’s always wanted to open his own theme park and he thinks Ireland is the perfect place and it will all be built around the leprechaun theme.”

According to Wikipedia, in Irish mythology a leprechaun is male fairie who is now used as a draw for tourism. However, since Americans are one of the biggest touriism markets, what self-respecting man would take his family to an alleged child molestor’s theme park or more importantly, what investor would consider letting an alleged child molestor be the figure head of a theme park. We might as well Hitler as the figure head of Hillel because that would be just as stupid.

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drdisaia September 21, 2006 at 8:22 pm

Scary for all the small children in Ireland.

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