Friday, June 26, 2009

Anarchy Tour Diary #6: Tragedy in L.A.

Posted By on Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 1:00 PM

Editor's Note: Due to a missed connection, this entry of the Anarchy Tour Diary, which was sent on Friday, is being posted on Monday, June 29. It will be dated to the day it was sent for continuity's sake.

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James Christos: What up KC?!!! We pulled in to L.A. yesterday. Got to my peoples' crib, turned on the TV and saw Michael Jackson being taken by ambulance to UCLA Medical Center. We were watching it on the local news so it was very surreal. It was live. And nothing could have prepared us for what was to transpire within the following couple of hours.

I usually love coming to L.A. But the whole city has a really weird vibe to it right now. It just doesn't have the same energy. Maybe it's just me. Shortly after hearing of Michael passing away, we had our first setback of the tour. As usual, when the King of Pop is demanding the spotlight, everything else comes to a halt. We were no exception. So with this diary entry I'll just pay my respects to Mr. Michael Jackson and give my condolences to the Jackson family. I'm gonna save reporting the tour misfortunes until Monday.

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