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31 March 2012
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Egroeg Evoli
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How did I find the Beatles Bible, you ask? Well, it just so happens that I was on an African safari, wanting to fulfill the Beatles' dream of going on safari, something they suggested, but they decided to create an album called Revolver instead. a-hard-days-night-george-10 Anyway,  there was a zebra standing in the middle of nowhere, holding a piece of paper in its mouth. I took the piece of paper, and it said: "You better Run For Your Life if you can, little girl." My first thought was, "I'm not a little girl!" And my second thought was: "AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!! RUN!!!!!" And I ended up in South America, and there was Bungalow Bill with his elephant and gun (and mom), about to kill a tiger. I jumped on top of the tiger and rode away, but Bill didn't bother chasing us because the Sun King was chasing him away from the tigers. I found out that the tiger I had saved was actually a shape-shifting sheepdog (say that ten times fast!) named Martha. I took Martha back to Loretta Martin, her owner, and then I went home, saying to my mom, "I'm So Tired." I didn't want to go to bed yet, so I went on the computer and Googled the Beatles. This website was one that came up. I clicked on it and read some interesting Beatles facts. Then, I read some of the Fab Forum posts, and I decided I wanted to join. And the rest is history.

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Silly Girl

Geometry, wisdom, tangerines... "The time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something more to say..."

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Purple stuff... ellipses...

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 I was Google image searching George Harrison and I found that gorgeous picture of him playing the guitar (the one that's on the first page of the BeatlesBible George biography) I ended up read all of the Biographies and then all the History (it still amazes me that there's an entry for every single day of their career, kudos to Joe) and then I noticed Fab Forum. I was reading the Overrated vs Underrated Songs thread and thought, "I'll Get You and I Me Mine are so underrated, why has no one mentioned them?"...so I had to join.

"I don't think we were actually swimming, as it were, with shirts on, 'cos we always wear overcoats when we're swimming,"-

George Harrison, Australia, June 1964

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I've told the story ages ago, when I was "Funny Paper", but I'll tell it again, if ye like, children... Gather 'round the fire of Norwegian Wood and I'll tell ye the story of Something That Happened on the Way to the Forum (an obscure reference to a delightful 1966 comedy with an all-star cast including Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers, Buster Keaton, Jack Gilford) and -- coincidentally enough, directed by Richard Lester, who also directed A Hard Day's Night and Help!)...

All seriousness aside (as Steve Allen used to say), one day a friend emailed me to tell me he'd found an interesting tidbit of data on the Net indicating that Yoko Ono sang backup on The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill (from the White Album).  I said No way! -- really?  He said Way!  (Children, forgive the dated slang...)  I said Where did you find that out?  He gave me the link, and the rest is the continuing history of Pineapple Records...

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a coffee dessert, yes you know it's good news...

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