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Re: This Day in Beatles History

Posted by **backbeat** on Oct 27, 2017 at 7:27:01 PM:
In Reply to: Re: This Day in Beatles History posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Oct 27, 2017 at 1:43:25 PM:

*********November 6 1962 - Ringo bumps his head getting into the Cavern.
*********June 2 1965 - John wakes up from a hangover and lip synchs Norwegian Wood while taking a bath in take #254.
*********January 23 1967 - Paul loses his guitar pick and buys a new one that was just as nice as the first.
*********March 14 1968 - George finds a shilling in front of the Abbey Road recording studio and saves it in a shoe box.
*********December 5 1969 - John, on a whim, smokes a Marlboro cigarette while watching a movie at 4:00 am.
********You're so clever.
*******Really? It was a joke.
******which was the point - it's such an - oh so clever incredible demonstration of wit and repartee
*****Or it's the product of a frustrated English major putting his useless writing abilities to use.
****A real knee slapper!
***I had fun writing it.
**Well, that's what's important, isn't it?
**I think Stephen enjoys posting too and I appreciate that!
*His posts do contain much information - I was just lampooning the daily Beatles history web site. I don't read them anymore - not much in them interests me that much.

that's rich coming from your enlightening posts of:

"Lennon hitting women" - when he, not rightly so, slapped his girlfriend Cynthia once, and once only, never to do it again, as she emphatically stated - and yet you compare Lennon's actions to OJ and Spector's murders

as well as your other ever so insightfully meaningful posts:

On Stereo Today

Posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Oct 23, 2017 at 12:02:41 PM:

US Albums, in shuffle order:

Rubber Soul
Yesterday & Today


Best Album?

Posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Oct 18, 2017 at 11:57:45 AM:

Just a bit poll.

Please list your favorite album(s), with a brief comment(s)

Thank you!

Mine (not in any particular order):

Rubber Soul
The Beatles (White Album)


Three More Clues

Posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Jul 25, 2017 at 8:30:36 AM:

Oh my, once you are on a roll you see death clues everywhere!

Look at the 1967-1980 blue album, and 1962-1966 rec album covers.

Upper right and immediately below are John (top right) and George (bottom right). Clock wise, the first two, chronlogically in that order, to die.

Pepper, John (far left) and George (far right) flank Ringo and Paul. And going from left to right, John and Ringo were the two oldest, Paul and George (in that order) the youngest.


Revolver. Again, like the red and blue album covers, Going clockwise from top right to left, John on the top, George below, the two surviving Beatles next.

Rubber Soul. John and George standing together on the left, John first, followed by George, going clockwise. The two surviving Beatles to their right.

In fact, going earlier, on Beatles '65, going counter-clockwise from right to left, John, first on the right, died first, George, on the far left, next.

Beatles VI, on the right, going counter clockwise, Geroge, far left, and John to his immediate left. Again, standing together. His hand is over John's, with the middle finger partially extended and his index finger fully extended, alluding to that he would be the second one to go.

Yesterday & Today, clockwise from the left, John, sitting on the meat locker, the first to die, followed by George to his right, the second.

Something New, going counter clockwise, John, far right, the first to go, followed by George, the second, to his immediate left.

Hard Day's Night, from top to bottom, John on the top, first to die, followed by George, second to die.

The Beatles Second Album, top middle photo of the group, John first on the right, and to his immediate left, of course, George.

Meet the Beatles. left to right, John on the far left, first to go, followed by George to his right, the second to go.

All coincidences, I know. But you know what? Omniscient, as only creepy clues can be.

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