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1 March 2011
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Wow I feel like in the market giving away apples!! Lots of newbies that's cool!!


Welcome Day Tripper your avatar is awesome! a-hard-days-night-george-4

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
2 March 2011
Mean Mrs. Big Mustard Coming Together With Prudence and that
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McLerristarr said:

Hello, I'm Matt Clayton. I found this site a while ago when it was new but didn't really start reading it and appreciating it until the second half of 2009. I was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England on 21 September 1992 and moved to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia when I was almost 7. When I was young, although not that much younger than today since I'm only 17, I used to listen to my Dad's tapes in the car (back when cars still had tape players). I didn't realise that one of my favourite tapes was a Beatles compilation he had made. I had no idea that loads of my favourite songs were all by The Beatles. I've always been a music fan but didn't realise it until I was about 11 when I discovered my Dad's CD collection and listened to Revolver and The White Album (the only Beatles CDs he had). Over the years, my love of the Beatles grew. When I was 14, I recorded all my Dad's Beatles vinyl onto the computer, hearing them for the first time. Since then, my love has grown into an obsession. At first I denied that was obsessed but now I've come to be proud of being a huge fan of the greatest band the world will ever see. I'm currently studying film, television and sound production at university. One of my many dream jobs is to become a sound engineer and work for Apple Corps on Beatles projects.

I like music (especially The Beatles, Arctic Monkeys, The Who, The White Stripes, Queen), comedy (especially Monty Python, Rowan Atkinson), Manchester United and Italian food.

I dislike war, organised religion, fascism and American spelling (sorry to any religious people or Americans - no offence intended!).

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3 March 2011
Mean Mrs. Big Mustard Coming Together With Prudence and that
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GniknuS said:

Hi, I'm Jimmy and I'm a Beatles-addict, as I'm sure you all are as well. I just can't really stop listening to this band, even as I grow in musical tastes. I remember when I was about 16 and I first got my car and I was putting a few cd's in my car. I had heard the obvious Beatle songs before then, Hey Jude, Yesterday, Let It Be, Come Together, etc (my favorite was always Taxman) but I hadn't really heard the Beatles. So I took six cd's in my car: Revolver, Rubber Soul and Pepper, and I took 3 Rolling Stones cd's: Some Girls, Tattoo You and It's Only Rock n Roll. Well the months went by and I still hadn't gotten around to listening to those Stones cd's. And then a year went by. And then two years went by. I would like to apologize to Mick Jagger and the rest of the Stones for not really giving you guys a fair shake, but it really wasn't my fault! It was those damn Beatles! I can still remember getting goosebumps the first time I heard the line 'Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream.' Pure genious! As the years have gone by I haven't been able to stop listening, and who would ever want to?

Now, on to the Beatles, I would say my "favorite" Beatle would be Ringo because I think he is the embodiment of the Beatles spirit. Sure, Lennon sang 'All You Need Is Love' but I think Ringo was the only one who truly believed it. He was so uneducated as a kid that it almost seems like his education was the experience of being in the Beatles. And what could be a better education than peace and love?

My favorite song would be.........I don't really know actually. I guess I've been playing Girl alot on my ukulele lately, so I suppose it could be that. I also love the really lyrically profound songs, like You Know My Name (Look up the Number) and I Want You (She's So Heavy)a-hard-days-night-ringo-7Favorite album: Rubber Soul/White Album/Abbey Road. Favorite line: You were in a car crash, and you lost your hair.

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