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Paul's WIRED video interview

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Posted by SusyLuvsPaul

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      Absolutely delightful showcase for Paul as he personally answers google questions about himself. The link appeared on his twitter account Sept 13th

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Pf19jV1NYw

        Omg Paul made me laugh! Especially when he said, How dare you ask.me that! LOL!!! I also though his sarcastic tone of voice to some of the questions was funny too! and I liked how he said that he is letting his hair turn greay appropriate for his age ar the end of the video. He looks handsome right now like that. 

          He cracks me up because he can’t remember the year he wrote Yesterday or how old he was when he joined the Quarry Men. We are all “busy living our lives” but I remember many many significant (and not so significant) dates and how old I was. He just had too many of them to keep them straight. 😂

            Yeah and it is funny he said that its better to ask his hardcore fans because they know and remember the dates better than he does! 

            but yeah Paul made me laugh throughout the video He is so funny! 

              This brought a big smile to my face. Loved watching this. He's such a lovable guy.

                Loved watching this!    He was so cute, and delightful, charming and witty, and did a good job of answering on the spot questions, most of which weren't too difficult.   Again have to say that I love the way he's styling his hair now, he looks terrific and it's a flattering cut, very relaxed and natural.  

                Most of the questions were ones we've heard before, but wondered what the question was at the 1:55 mark where he pretended to be angry, lol

                 

                 

                  LadyLeslie wrote:

                  Loved watching this!    He was so cute, and delightful, charming and witty, and did a good job of answering on the spot questions, most of which weren't too difficult.   Again have to say that I love the way he's styling his hair now, he looks terrific and it's a flattering cut, very relaxed and natural.  

                  Most of the questions were ones we've heard before, but wondered what the question was at the 1:55 mark where he pretended to be angry, lol

                   

                   

                  Nothing. That was just staged for laughs! 

                    I could not help myself. I just had to watch this again! Omg he just had me rolling with laughter! When he answered the qquestion if he is happy he saoid yes then he said "Don't get me mad" in a joking way! He is just so funny!!!! I think this is my favorite interview of him so far answering google questions about himself!

                      Nancy R wrote:

                      He cracks me up because he can’t remember the year he wrote Yesterday or how old he was when he joined the Quarry Men. We are all “busy living our lives” but I remember many many significant (and not so significant) dates and how old I was. He just had too many of them to keep them straight. 😂

                      Yes, indeed ! Paul Macca has had the most wonderful, incredible life, jampacked with all the good things...love, creative satisfaction, tremendous career success, true appreciation of nature he feels keenly, great wealth, world travel with exposure to virtually all cultures and peoples and discovery of many many beautiful landscapes, a big warm loving extended family with lots of children and grandchildren, all the friends he could want and everybody celebrated and fascinating wants to be friends with him, genuine appreciation of fine art, and so much more...balanced with deep pain, of course, losing all those Beatle people one right after the other including some of his most beloved; yet even that exposes him to the awe and grandeur of the ultimate mystery. He's reconciled that  basic human agony of great loss through death with a healthy, life-affirming  "let it be" attitude of there will be an answer, of "everything will be alright." I know of very few people who have been bestowed greater blessings in life. And the point is, he deserves all this, or he would not have experienced all these extraordinary blessings. He's extraordinary.  Not to sound like a gushing fan person, but he's unique, he must be. How many can you think of with a life such as his. "It's been a blast" as he sings in a new song, and the joyride is ongoing. Still going on. And it will forever for everyone, I sometimes think, in moments of great optimism.

                        SusyLuvsPaul wrote:

                        Nancy R wrote:

                        He cracks me up because he can’t remember the year he wrote Yesterday or how old he was when he joined the Quarry Men. We are all “busy living our lives” but I remember many many significant (and not so significant) dates and how old I was. He just had too many of them to keep them straight. 😂

                        Yes, indeed ! Paul Macca has had the most wonderful, incredible life, jampacked with all the good things...love, creative satisfaction, tremendous career success, true appreciation of nature he feels keenly, great wealth, world travel with exposure to virtually all cultures and peoples and discovery of many many beautiful landscapes, a big warm loving extended family with lots of children and grandchildren, all the friends he could want and everybody celebrated and fascinating wants to be friends with him, genuine appreciation of fine art, and so much more...balanced with deep pain, of course, losing all those Beatle people one right after the other including some of his most beloved; yet even that exposes him to the awe and grandeur of the ultimate mystery. He's reconciled that  basic human agony of great loss through death with a healthy, life-affirming  "let it be" attitude of there will be an answer, of "everything will be alright." I know of very few people who have been bestowed greater blessings in life. And the point is, he deserves all this, or he would not have experienced all these extraordinary blessings. He's extraordinary.  Not to sound like a gushing fan person, but he's unique, he must be. How many can you think of with a life such as his. "It's been a blast" as he sings in a new song, and the joyride is ongoing. Still going on. And it will forever for everyone, I sometimes think, in moments of great optimism.

                         

                        Paul Mc. has much to be thankful for today, on Veggie Turkey Day, methinks (see above) ! So many blessings and accomplishments