Truthful Tuesday, Feb. 14
I have little to no desire to see Star Wars: Episode I (in 3D) in theaters. In fact, today was the first day it occurred to me that it is now showing. Does that make me any less of a Star Wars fan for not wanting to spend $10 on a movie I own and don’t think is that good?
The Beatles Challenge Day 27
27- Your favorite Beatles concert Day Rooftop Concert January 20, 1969 Fur coats. Rosewood Fender Strat. Billy Preston. Spontaneous. Last ever concert held by the Beatles. Brilliance epitomized.
The Beatles Challenge Day 26
26- Favorite Beatles moment Day Maharishi Mahesh Yogi meets The Beatles 1968 Is meditation the answer to all our spiritual problems? I am not sure. Did it influence the Beatles? Surely. The trip to India probably didn’t help either. Is this my favorite Beatles moment? I am not sure. Is it one that is worth mentioning because it produced more positivity than negativity? Surely.
crumpeteatingwoofter replied to your post: Right now, reading the news about English football makes me feel like I’m watching a real life “Game of Thrones.” Hahaha, yes! I would happily watch a video of JT being slapped for 10 minutes, crumpeteatingwoofter replied to your post: I turned on a local radio station, assuming I’d hear classical music, instead I hear the...
I turned on a local radio station, assuming I'd...
The Beatles Challenge
25- Favorite Beatles poster Day The Beatles at Plymouth Hoe 1967 Caption: Ringo: “Is that a yellow submarine?” George: “You must be having a bad trip.” Paul: “I don’t know, it looks like one.” John: “I read the news today and they said there might be one.”
Dinsdale was perfectly normal in every way. Except, inasmuch as he was convinced...– John Cleese (in drag) about Dinsdale Piranha of the ‘Piranha Brothers.’ Monty Python’s Flying Circus
The Beatles Challenge Day 24
24- Favorite staff members of the Beatles Day Neil Aspinall Road Manager, Personal Assistant to The Beatles Neil Aspinall (on the right of the photo above) was a friend of Paul and George as a schoolboy in Liverpool. When the Beatles needed someone to drive them around Britain to play to their growing legion of fans, Neil stepped up to the plate and performed the thankless and necessary task...
Right now, reading the news about English football...
(Think about how well that analogy works. John Terry can be Joffrey - since he’s the worst.)