Is Michael Jackson's anti gravity fake?
No,he built them for his video Smooth Criminal
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a lot of "free" anti-viruses wont work, some are the viruses themself. i have had a fake antivirus destroy my entire computer, then leave without a trace. so, if its Talk Talk, or Mcaffe, safe, if its spysherrif, or something like that, no. SpySherrif is an antivirus that is fake. Be careful out there. Answer: some do, some are fake.
Assuming you mean the singer ... The "real one" is dead. Any that are still alive are fake. Some dead ones may also be fake, but I'm not sure why anyone would care. It's also possible for a couple with the last name of "Jackson" to name their child "Michael", in which case he'd be a "real" Michael Jackson, but not necessarily the one you're thinking of.
To do the act of Fighting Gravity you got to have alot of money. Buy a white hoodie and white jogging pants. Fill the the white jogging pants with pillow feathers and form a foot at the end of the jogging pants then strapped the jogging pants to you. There is your fake legs to do Fighting Gravity. Hook black handle bars at the far back of the fake legs so the guys dressed in…
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