Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Michael Jackson Photos

My husband has uploaded the Michael Jackson photos from the Hoop Dee Doo Revue onto my Facebook page. We're working on a way for people to see them without having to join Facebook or friend me.

Okay, here we go. You can view the photos here:

http://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc1/hs190.snc1/6400_1168467301075_1509735743_30450038_4612152_n.jpg

and here:

http://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc1/hs190.snc1/6400_1168467421078_1509735743_30450039_2658764_n.jpg

9 comments:

SerenityLife said...

*faints* OMG, thank you. I'm not to sure if you are familiar with flickr.com but that's a great way to share pictures.

http://www.flickr.com/ it is free unless you want extra security so then you pay.

I appreciate you sharing your MJ story. So special!

Lisa Iriarte said...

Thanks. Haven't tried flicker. Maybe next time. Just realized I linked to the same photo twice. It's fixed now. The bottom one is different.

Phebe Lemert said...

hey miss iriate! its phebe!

I saw your michael jackson photos, and they are awesome! :)

Luis said...

I can't beleive this.

Nathalia said...

wow this is so cool i love your Michael Jackson photos :D

Andy said...

Michal Jackson shall live on!

Heath said...

Do you happen to remember exactly what floor the Michael Jasckson suite was on at the Royal Plaza. I was trying to figure out exactly which four rooms of the hotel it was and what rooms or suite it is now. I have stayed at the Royal Plaza before but is is not nearly as nice or hip as it was in the eighties.

holly said...

wow, cool pics

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. I'm a grown adult but I can see myself doing the same things i.e. watching him at the restaurant, checking out the hotel, etc. :) And I don't even consider myself one of those 'ultra' fans. I don't know a lot of details about his life but if I came across the fact that he was at the hotel, I'd take a look :) I missed the 80s but I also missed all the negative media coverage that happened in the U.S. & U.K. Never much of a t.v. watcher and I don't seem to see many tabloids where I shop. All I heard of the trial was the beginning and the verdict via the national radio news in my country which didn't cover the trial. All I knew was his music and dancing. So I guess don't really understand why anyone would feel any embarrassment to be a fan. Just want to tell you there's no need to feel embarrassed. All of you who got a chance to see him are very lucky.