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Paul interview - The Sunday Times magazine - September 2, 2018

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      The Sunday Times magazine, UK, September 2, 2018

      Love the beard stubble

      Wonder why some words are scratched out?

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        Yeah, anyone from the U.K. have that mag and can tell us what it says?

          If you go to Paul's twitter, the guy who did the interview with Paul also posted a photo of the cover, and it was scratched out too!    Either they don't want to release what it says yet... or... that's the way the artwork was decided, as a teaser... 

            No interview here? 

                  Thanks, Oobu!  I tried to find a link to the article, but The Times is subscription based and couldn't be read...

                    I ordered a copy of the magazine from the UK and should have it within a week or so, hopefully!

                      TheCatInSatinTrousers wrote:

                      I ordered a copy of the magazine from the UK and should have it within a week or so, hopefully!

                      Thanks!  Looks like it will be an interesting interview.  Can't wait to find out what the words are that are crossed out! lol

                        oobu24 wrote:

                        https://twitter.com/i/status/1035182407400542209

                        Looked like a joint in his mouth in that one pic circa 1965! Lol!

                          He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                          I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                            Jonathan Dean says:

                            Everything he says seems to carry some weight. Here is a quote that didn’t make the piece

                            Another bonus quote:

                              oobu24 wrote:

                              He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                              I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                              In Britain a closet is called a cupboard sometimes I think. 😉

                                Here's a link to the online version. The date on the print issue is Sept. 2nd, which is tomorrow. So maybe check back. 

                                https://www.thetimes.co.uk/magazine/culture

                                  Nancy R wrote:

                                  oobu24 wrote:

                                  He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                                  I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                                  In Britain a closet is called a cupboard sometimes I think. 😉

                                  I think all the time rather than sometimes. I don't know anyone who uses the term closet, its always cupboard.

                                    Kestrel wrote:

                                    Nancy R wrote:
                                    oobu24 wrote:

                                    He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                                    I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                                    In Britain a closet is called a cupboard sometimes I think. 😉

                                    I think all the time rather than sometimes. I don't know anyone who uses the term closet, its always cupboard.

                                    Here, a cupboard is a kitchen cabinet, usually an open one displaying dishes. And we put our coats in the closet. You put your coat in a cupboard?

                                      beatlesfanrandy wrote:

                                      Here's a link to the online version. The date on the print issue is Sept. 2nd, which is tomorrow. So maybe check back. 

                                      https://www.thetimes.co.uk/magazine/culture

                                      Thanks Randy! I registered so was able to read the whole thing!

                                        Kestrel wrote:

                                        Nancy R wrote:
                                        oobu24 wrote:

                                        He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                                        I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                                        In Britain a closet is called a cupboard sometimes I think. 😉

                                        I think all the time rather than sometimes. I don't know anyone who uses the term closet, its always cupboard.

                                        I wasn’t positive, hence the term sometimes. Thanks Kestrel! 

                                          oobu24 wrote:

                                          Kestrel wrote:
                                          Nancy R wrote:
                                          oobu24 wrote:

                                          He says "there was a cupboard full of percussion things".

                                          I've always heard the story as the "percussion things" were in a closet. Is that possibly the same thing?

                                          In Britain a closet is called a cupboard sometimes I think. 😉

                                          I think all the time rather than sometimes. I don't know anyone who uses the term closet, its always cupboard.

                                          Here, a cupboard is a kitchen cabinet, usually an open one displaying dishes. And we put our coats in the closet. You put your coat in a cupboard?

                                          😂😂 They put their coats in what we call a closet and they call a cupboard. 

                                          P.S. All my cupboards/kitchen cabinets that hold my dishes and glasses have doors.

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