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Published:August 8th, 2009 12:58 EST
Ancient Egyptian Bust Resembles The King Of Pop

Ancient Egyptian Bust Resembles The King Of Pop

By Robert Paul Reyes

"There`s an eerie sight in Chicago`s Field Museum. An ancient Egyptian bust that`s a dead ringer for Michael Jackson.

The bust is actually of a woman and it`s about 3,000 years old.

Much like Michael`s nose, the nose on the Egyptian statue is starting to disappear."

The Egyptian bust is a dead ringer for the King of Pop. The work of art looks more like Michael Jackson than most Jackson impersonators.

The statue is of a woman, and in his later years Michael Jackson looked more like a lady than a gentleman.

The nose of the ancient artifact is crumbling, and Jackson`s beak had fallen off his face. Jackson`s prosthetic nose is missing from the morgue. If it`s ever found maybe it can be superglued to the statue.

The statue is made out of limestone, and the King of Pop was made primarily out of plastic. Does plastic outlast limestone? If Jackson`s body is dug up a hundred years from now his plastic face may still be intact.

The Egyptian statue will one day completly disintegrate, and even Michael Jackson`s plastic face will eventually disappear, but the King of Pop`s music will live forever.