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Wednesday, 16 February 2011

(Published 2090) - LAYER G, LOS ANGELES - The building of a new Layer Transit port was delayed today in Los Angeles after the founding of the music god 'Jacko'.

Jacko, who was recorded in legend as one of the great gods worshipped by the people of the tribal democracies, has been nearly degraded since its burial in 2009.

"Oh for crying out loud," said the owner of the site, Fred Firefox George. "This is the fifteenth god we've found this week. Already we've found some 'Paris Hilton', a 'Just Beiber' or whatever and a George Bush. Apparently, these were famous people in my grandfather's day during the tribal period of democracy."

Archealogists have found archives that date to his death saying 'Jacko we miss you' and other stuff.

"This shows how loved this god was," said Dr. Hubert Newyorktimes Graham. "He would often grant gifts of music and give tales of child rape. He was obviously a glorious god in those days."

What astounded scientists is the fact that the body was nearly fresh. After days of analysis, and even getting in a robot, they found out that the body was made of a substance called 'plastic'.

"Ah yes," said Dr. Graham. "According to medical records, Jackson was given a gift of plastic to wrap around his body to keep it as fresh as it was then. Possibly to ensure the god would remain pleased with his people. It appears that this 'plastic', although skin-like in appearance, would actually not decompose. Apparently this was a source of great pollution."

Scientists also found some of his works in the 'democracy classical' section of the World Music Bank.

"Well," said Graham. "They've just found the body of the world's greatest tribal leader: Obama. He was near a McDonald's-Starbucks."

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