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Paul's "Out There" tour (contains spoilers)
11 November 2013
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I'm sure it does. Wingspan is pretty good, although it doesn't get into as much detail as I would've liked. It's all on YouTube (here's part 1, the rest of the parts are contained within):

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Thanks for the link.

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DrBeatle said
I'm sure it does. Wingspan is pretty good, although it doesn't get into as much detail as I would've liked. It's all on YouTube (here's part 1, the rest of the parts are contained within):

LOVE this.  Watched it more than once.  Mary interviewing him is so cute. 

"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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Meant to x-post this from the news last night: A photo, a summary and the setlist from Paul's Osaka concert at The Macca Report. Nothing about the robot, darn.

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14 November 2013
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Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
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"What is your favourite Japanese food?"

Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

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parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

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Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

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meanmistermustard said

parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

parlance

Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

It is different from the monthly Q&A. However, the questions are on the same sub-basement level.

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Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said

parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

parlance

Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

It is different from the monthly Q&A. However, the questions are on the same sub-basement level.

Oh, thanks. Another to add to the pointless list. Is this down to twitter's 140 character limit or just sheer banality?

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meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said

parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

parlance

Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

It is different from the monthly Q&A. However, the questions are on the same sub-basement level.

Oh, thanks. Another to add to the pointless list. Is this down to twitter's 140 character limit or just sheer banality?

We can't blame this on Twitter. I'm finding these on his actual site.

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meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said

parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

parlance

Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

It is different from the monthly Q&A. However, the questions are on the same sub-basement level.

Oh, thanks. Another to add to the pointless list. Is this down to twitter's 140 character limit or just sheer banality?

It's just a spin-off version of the monthly Q&A specifically for the Japanese fans since he is on tour there. The way they space out the questions, it makes it seem like they had to work really hard and coming up with the questions and that Paul had to do heavy labor to think up his answer.

Paul's website homepage has some Japanese writing on it for the time being.

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parlance said

meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said

parlance said
Paul answered another question at his site:

QUESTION 2:
PaulMcCartney.com:
"What is your favourite Japanese food?"
Paul:
"Having been vegetarian for many years, in support of animals rights and the environment, my favourite Japanese food is vegetarian sushi with avocado and cucumber."

parlance

Is this part of that fascinating monthly fan club asking Paul questions thing or something far more revealing? Next up i'm going for what Paul's favourite Japanese word is. Asking about his time in jail or memories of times past in Japan would be far too dull.

It is different from the monthly Q&A. However, the questions are on the same sub-basement level.

Oh, thanks. Another to add to the pointless list. Is this down to twitter's 140 character limit or just sheer banality?

We can't blame this on Twitter. I'm finding these on his actual site.

parlance

Then it should be made into a competition - which set of questions contain the crappiest questions?

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17 November 2013
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I won't keep you guys in suspense any longer. Question #3 has been answered.

QUESTION 3:
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What are your favourite places in Japan?

Paul:
"Although I don’t know all of Japan two of my favourite places are Tokyo and Kyoto. Tokyo has a modern city vibe which I always find exciting and Kyoto has the historical ancient traditions of Japanese culture which is interesting to people like myself."

 

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I won't keep you guys in suspense any longer. Question #3 has been answered.

QUESTION 3:
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What are your favourite places in Japan?
Paul:
"Although I don’t know all of Japan two of my favourite places are Tokyo and Kyoto. Tokyo has a modern city vibe which I always find exciting and Kyoto has the historical ancient traditions of Japanese culture which is interesting to people like myself.

 

parlance

Sounds like some copy and pasting from Wikipedia happened for that answer.

18 November 2013
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The McCartney Photo Blog posted a photo of Paul meeting with victims of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Tokyo, and I found a Belfast Telegraph article on the meeting.

Sir Paul McCartney has welcomed families who were forced to leave their homes as a result of the Fukushima nuclear disaster to a concert in Tokyo.

The musician invited 10 people who had been displaced by the meltdown at the Japanese power plant, which occurred as a result of the earthquake and tsunami in the region two and a half years ago.

Around 160,000 people are still unable to return home after being moved from the disaster zone due to safety fears.

Sir Paul invited the group, including a couple in their 50s, a 30-year-old man and his 20-year-old niece from the evacuation area to a performance at the Tokyo Dome, which was part of his Out There tour.

He met them - all keen fans - beforehand, shaking hands and giving words of encouragement as he listened to their stories.

The party also included two pupils and a teacher from the Iwaki Municipal Middle School, which has been taking in youngsters who have had to leave areas with high radiation levels, and a couple whose shop and house were destroyed by the tsunami and have since had a baby.

Sir Paul said: "At this time, we are focused on a lot of the problems that Japan has had, particularly in the last year or two. So, I always like to think that our concerts can have a healing effect, that they can help people through crises."

 

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Question #4:

QUESTION 4:
(Japanese Fan Question submitted via 'You Gave Me The Answer&#39a-hard-days-night-george-10

Mika asks:
“What is your favourite type of tea?”

Paul:
"I have two favourite types of tea; English Breakfast tea if I’m in the mood for a traditional British ‘cuppa’, or green tea that I like to take not quite as strong as many Japanese people take it. I find it light and refreshing."

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Question #4:

QUESTION 4:
(Japanese Fan Question submitted via 'You Gave Me The Answer&#39a-hard-days-night-george-10

Mika asks:
“What is your favourite type of tea?”
Paul:
"I have two favourite types of tea; English Breakfast tea if I’m in the mood for a traditional British ‘cuppa’, or green tea that I like to take not quite as strong as many Japanese people take it. I find it light and refreshing."

parlance

Sorry Paul but the best tea is Tetley. a-hard-days-night-paul-11 

Fascinating by the way, i can hear all the authors around the world quickly editing their biographies of you to insert this new bombshell of information.

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Fascinating by the way, i can hear all the authors around the world quickly editing their biographies of you to insert this new bombshell of information.

I'm at the point where I enjoy posting these just to read the comments.

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parlance said

meanmistermustard said

Fascinating by the way, i can hear all the authors around the world quickly editing their biographies of you to insert this new bombshell of information.

I'm at the point where I enjoy posting these just to read the comments.

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But the shallow question and answer are all atoned for by the picture that would accompany the information in the revised biographies:

This is the official picture that came with the Facebook post regarding the tea question.

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Paul really hasn't gotten the idea of celebs on facebook, he really should have a picture of some Twinnings Breakfast Tea in his hand and link to the company. And just for partiality Twinnings is horrible. 

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Paul really hasn't gotten the idea of celebs on facebook, he really should have a picture of some Twinnings Breakfast Tea in his hand and link to the company. And just for partiality Twinnings is horrible. 

I guess he doesn't want the advertisement $/€/£ from the company. But, if they were to agree to donate to one of his causes, he might do a product placement ad.

Another observation, Paul has had that same white cup with him throughout this tour. I've noticed it in so many pictures.

 

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