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Did John Lennon have gay leanings?
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Paul's typewritten note was validated by forensics conducted by Scotland Yard -- from the report dated 12 May, 1968:

"Sgt. Hatherfordshire noted a call to the residence of Mr. Paul McCartney at Cavendish Ave. where Ms. Ono presented officers Worcestershire and Gallumphries with the typewritten paper in question.  Preliminary dusting revealed the sheet had brick matter matched to the same brick Mr. John Lennon allegedly used to shatter the window on the southeast side by the garage.  "Franny" Schwartz confirmed this, but Mr. Lennon, who was present, protested that he would not throw that brick until 1970, almost two years in the future.  "Put that in your pipe and smoke it, ya bobbers...!" he is reported to have said.  The officers then had to restrain Mr. McCartney from french-kissing Mr. Lennon as they grappled in seemingly friendly fashion upon the snooker-table in the parlor.  It was deemed suitable to call in MI-6 at that point..."

 

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Funny Paper said
Paul's typewritten note was validated by forensics conducted by Scotland Yard -- from the report dated 12 May, 1968:

"Sgt. Hatherfordshire noted a call to the residence of Mr. Paul McCartney at Cavendish Ave. where Ms. Ono presented officers Worcestershire and Gallumphries with the typewritten paper in question.  Preliminary dusting revealed the sheet had brick matter matched to the same brick Mr. John Lennon allegedly used to shatter the window on the southeast side by the garage.  "Franny" Schwartz confirmed this, but Mr. Lennon, who was present, protested that he would not throw that brick until 1970, almost two years in the future.  "Put that in your pipe and smoke it, ya bobbers...!" he is reported to have said.  The officers then had to restrain Mr. McCartney from french-kissing Mr. Lennon as they grappled in seemingly friendly fashion upon the snooker-table in the parlor.  It was deemed suitable to call in MI-6 at that point..."

 

Do we need Judge Judy to help us settle the matter?

This would be good for a reality t.v. show too. You know, one of those cop/bobber shows.

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Yes -- "CSI: Abbey Road."

Or:

"Law and Order: SBU (Special Beatles Unit)"

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Funny Paper said
Yes -- "CSI: Abbey Road."

Or:

"Law and Order: SBU (Special Beatles Unit)"

Oh, yeah! When is the season premier for each one of these?

Will Lewisohn give us the definitive answer on John's sexuality?

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"CSI: Abbey Road."

Episode #1:

Detectives Mackenzie and Rigby (played by Ian Holm and Diana Rigg) at the crime scene -- the famous crosswalk outside Abbey Road studios.

Mackenzie: What are we doing here?

Rigby: We're dusting for prints -- we had to stop traffic all day.

Mackenzie: Prints of what?

Rigby: The Paul McCartney double, which will give us clues about the murder of the original Paul back in 1968.

Mackenzie: You can lift prints all these years later?

Rigby: Yes, our advanced technology allows us to detect bare footprints left on asphalt up to 50 years in the past, though of course our lab techs will have quite a job sorting out the thousands if not millions of superadded prints on top of that.

Unnamed Officer:  Detectives! I think I've found something!

Rigby: What is it?

Unnamed Officer [pointing with his stylus on the ground]: It looks like cigarette ash...

Mackenzie: From Paul's cigarette?

Rigby: We'll have to take it back to the lab to make sure...  [carefully lifts a portion of ash with her popsicle stick to her nose and takes a whiff]  It doesn't seem to smell like Paul's brand, Woodbine filterless...

Mackenzie: But if we're dealing with the Paul imposter here, wouldn't he have taken pains to use the same brand as the real Paul?

Rigby: Unless he is just that dastardly, to try to fool us by doing what we don't expect!

Mackenzie [turning to Sherlock Holmes, who happens by at that moment]: Inspector Holmes, what do you make of this business...?

Sherlock Holmes:  As I noted during The Case of The Ahhs in A Day In The Life, "once you have ruled out the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth!"

Mackenzie: Very sound counsel, Inspector Holmes!

Sherlock Holmes: And otherwise, if you find yourself at logger's end, I always find it fruitfully conducive to boil up a 7% solution of cocaine, inject it into a blue vein in the forearm, and sit back to listen to a Grammaphone disk of an early recording of Glass Onion.

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But what would be Francie's motive for making up the story about the typewritten note?

"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon
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Wholey poop this thread is still going.  

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

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BWAHAHAHAHA!!! Nose coffee again.....

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No need for forensics. The report is dated 12th May 1968, Yoko didn't start making Two Virgins (nudge nudge wink wink) with John until the 19th May 1968 so Paul would have no reason to write the note as John was still living with Cynthia. Case wrapped up in time for a bacon roll and my retirement partner to be hit on the head with a hammer and killed as he closes his desk drawer for the last time. I should be awarded the gallantry medal for exceptional deductions.

I think I just saved the world a few billion quid so how's that John clone coming on?

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No need for forensics. The report is dated 12th May 1968, Yoko didn't start making Two Virgins (nudge nudge wink wink) with John until the 19th May 1968 so Paul would have no reason to write the note as John was still living with Cynthia. Case wrapped up in time for a bacon roll and my retirement partner to be hit on the head with a hammer and killed as he closes his desk drawer for the last time. I should be awarded the gallantry medal for exceptional deductions.

I think I just saved the world a few billion quid so how's that John clone coming on?

But is the hammer silver? a-hard-days-night-george-10

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Next week on "Law and Order: SBU" (Special Beatles Unit): Sgt. Pilcher breaks into George and Patti Harrison's house and busts them for marijuana possession. Meanwhile, Alan Kein, played by Danny DeVito, plots how to become the new manager of the Beatles.

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Next week on "Law and Order: SBU" (Special Beatles Unit): Sgt. Pilcher breaks into George and Patti Harrison's house and busts them for marijuana possession. Meanwhile, Alan Kein, played by Danny DeVito, plots how to become the new manager of the Beatles.

Will the full season be on Netflix?

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"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

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Let me show you a thing...

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That is all.

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

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Those pictures are lovely LHL. John really did look at Paul in a special way at times. It does seem like a look of awe at Pauls beauty! (Or maybe I'm reading too much into it!) 

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Sure can't blame him if he did fancy Paul. Um, um, um.a-hard-days-night-paul-7

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Sure can't blame him if he did fancy Paul. Um, um, um.a-hard-days-night-paul-7

 

There you go again, you she-devil you...

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There's something I like about McLennon. Does that mean I have gay leanings?

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There's something I like about McLennon. Does that mean I have gay leanings?

Nope.  I love it, and I'm a straight woman.  a-hard-days-night-john-1

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

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