"I Came, I Saw, I Stuck Around!"
LOL!!!!(Thanks for this, Doug -- I needed the laugh this afternoon.....)
I'm just glad You Tube had it. I was listening to the CD soundtrack from the movie--I had misplaced it for many months--and really enjoyed hearing the tunes again
Thanks Tess. I imagine The Beatles started viewing their most fervent fans as being a bit horrific. ;-)
This was awesome...and I totally stole it and posted it on Facebook :)
Oh great videos doug. The trouble is I can't look at John Lennon without wondering, had he not been murdered, what would have been the next stage in his life. He went through a few interesting changes didn't he?Thank you for that posting...Cassandra
Well done Shedrick.
All true sad and true Cassandra. There was a major documentary about The Beatles about ten years ago on television. Over and over in my mind, I thought, "What would an elder John Lennon have said about those days portrayed in part in "A Hard Day's Night" and their monster tours? To the very end of his tragically short life, he never ceased to call matters just as he saw them.
Yes, it's frustrating wishing to turn the clock back but knowing we can't. One can't help but wonder how he would have gone on to live out his life. John Lennon was always willing to try out new things, so who knows how he would have surprised us. Sometimes we feel robbed by events, don't we?
Yes, Cassandra, its that surprise and those evolutions in a public person's creative ife that we can't help wondering about. Whatever John Lennon did, outrageous like the "bed peace" business with Yoko Ono during the Vietnam War, or in interviews, he almost always brought a sharp twist to the subject and leavened the view point with some humor. And so, we do feel robbed when we see so much happening in the world he might have written or sounded off about.
ROTFLOL. I just had to watch this... just for the concept! LOL
It really does seem to go together nicely I think Stephen.
Not so funny if like me you were actually a passenger on that train Doug...how can anyone sleep (including the dead) with that racket going on in the next coach?...it's the last time I'll be catching the 8.15 to Bognor Regis anyway tsk tsk.
Very insensative of me, AA, I beg your pardon for not noting those who were neither screaming fans nor the wailings flesh-eating members of the reanimated dead who disturbed the peace of British Rail on that particular run. I certainly hope they gave you a first-class ticket for your trouble.
How come zombies never wear glasses....death must be good for you eyesight I guess?
It very well might AA. Of course, once dead, the need to read that latest best-seller to impress your friends is likely greatly diminished.