I believe they took over some reporters chair on tour and were just messing about, imitating a reporter telephoning in a scoop and typing an article. Just one of innumberable silly shots they always had to do for the press!
Curious: does Paul actually do the choosing, or do his people in the audience do some scouting in advance? And if people really want to complain about the selection process: how about the people in the cheaper seats? When's the last time one of them got picked, eh? Just kidding...I think!
For those of you with the tats, just wondering: why get it on a part of your body which you yourself can't see? I think I would want to be able to gaze at it whenever I want!
It's great to see fans get up on stage, and it does give everyone hope of maybe...
I just bought 8 books having to do with the Beatles in one way or another, from an outlet place. Like I don't already have way too many books about them! Can't help it; I have to devour every word ever written about them!
Thanks, Fulow, you lucky girl, you! (I agree with the bass on the back: it's the perfect place for it!)
Sorry about the typo!
Myyoung niece, a relatively new Beatles fan, recently asked me what a bunion was. After I told her, she asked me why John was singing about a cat's bunion. Turns out she was talking about Glass Onion! I thought it was great: I could actually see John using that in a lyric!
Is the woman who got her back signed on Sunday a boardie? Just wondering. Also wondering if she has a PR person, because she is all over the news! And I do mean ALL OVER! Oh, boy...good thing the tour is almost over, because now everyone will be trying it, for sure!
I see he's quite late, again! Wonder why he waits till the last minute? Why not get there earlier in the day, or even the night before? Oh, well...as long as he gets there, I suppose, but I was just curious.
@DrivinFan: That is SUCH an impressive history list you have! I am very jealous!