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"You Gave Me The Answer" contest on Paul's website!
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unknown said
I've always thought about that, too. Would the early Beatles like what they would become, or would they find it too strange? If you did that, then they e wouldn't have
Sgt. Pepper's though, because they would see those songs as somebody else's. That would probably be mad confusing to them, too, since they would be hearing music that sounds like them singing, but they wouldn't know, and Paul had already written When I'm 64. 

Wouldnt it cause a time paradox and rip a hole in Time and Space? If you go back and play the '62 Beatles Pepper then there is a huge chance they wouldnt record the album in '67 so the '67 Beatles wouldnt make the album resulting in you not being able to take the album back and play it to them. This is the huge problem i have with the Disney film 'Meet The Robinsons'.

The problem and danger with time travel is that if you go back then any and every action you make can have a huge affect upon the universe from that time since every action has a consequence, be it small to incredibly humungous, therefore the present you were in when you left might not be the same changing your present before you left for the past as well as changing youre future and all events around you and your universe. Traveling into youre future will more than likely alter youre stance and attitude in youre present and the road, decisions you take, again resulting in the future being different to what you saw.

Therefore for me i would travel forward but stay from anything to do with my own life. And to take heed from Red Dwarf i want a time machine that not only allows me to travel in time but also change my location.

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New answer from Paul:

Today we're pleased to announce that the second question for 'You Gave Me The Answer' comes from James in ‘Blighty’ (for fans outside of the UK ‘Blighty’ is English slang for Britain):

James asks: "Who was the biggest influence upon your bass playing?" During a recent trip to the PaulMcCartney.com office Paul gave us his answer: "Thanks for sending in your question, James. The biggest influence on my bass playing was James Jamerson who played on many of my favourite Motown releases."

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meanmistermustard said

unknown said
I've always thought about that, too. Would the early Beatles like what they would become, or would they find it too strange? If you did that, then they e wouldn't have
Sgt. Pepper's though, because they would see those songs as somebody else's. That would probably be mad confusing to them, too, since they would be hearing music that sounds like them singing, but they wouldn't know, and Paul had already written When I'm 64. 

Wouldnt it cause a time paradox and rip a hole in Time and Space? If you go back and play the '62 Beatles Pepper then there is a huge chance they wouldnt record the album in '67 so the '67 Beatles wouldnt make the album resulting in you not being able to take the album back and play it to them. This is the huge problem i have with the Disney film 'Meet The Robinsons'.

The problem and danger with time travel is that if you go back then any and every action you make can have a huge affect upon the universe from that time since every action has a consequence, be it small to incredibly humungous, therefore the present you were in when you left might not be the same changing your present before you left for the past as well as changing youre future and all events around you and your universe. Traveling into youre future will more than likely alter youre stance and attitude in youre present and the road, decisions you take, again resulting in the future being different to what you saw.

Therefore for me i would travel forward but stay from anything to do with my own life. And to take heed from Red Dwarf i want a time machine that not only allows me to travel in time but also change my location.

My sister was watching a TV show called Wizards of Waverly Place and the wizards went back in time to save their wizard lair. But if they saved it after time traveling, it should have been fine in the present because they had already saved it. But if it had already been saved, they wouldn't have a reason to go back in time, so they wouldn't go back to save it, but then it wouldn't be saved, so they would have to go back in time and save it... it's an endless cycle. But apparently that didn't actually happen in the show, so it's an unrealistic show. Then again, the show is about wizards, so it's already unrealistic...

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fabfouremily said 

By the way, Egroeg Evoli, I've just seen you're signature. Love the first part! heartahdn_george_08

Thanks! :)

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parlance said
New answer from Paul:

Today we're pleased to announce that the second question for 'You Gave Me The Answer' comes from James in ‘Blighty’ (for fans outside of the UK ‘Blighty’ is English slang for Britain):
James asks: "Who was the biggest influence upon your bass playing?" During a recent trip to the PaulMcCartney.com office Paul gave us his answer: "Thanks for sending in your question, James. The biggest influence on my bass playing was James Jamerson who played on many of my favourite Motown releases."

parlance

I don't know if I can do this every month, I probably sent in one thousand questions last month. I have to put in too much time and energy to do that, so I think I'm done with all that nonsense. 

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parlance said New answer from Paul:

Today we're pleased to announce that the second question for 'You Gave Me The Answer' comes from James in ‘Blighty’ (for fans outside of the UK ‘Blighty’ is English slang for Britain): James asks: "Who was the biggest influence upon your bass playing?" During a recent trip to the PaulMcCartney.com office Paul gave us his answer: "Thanks for sending in your question, James. The biggest influence on my bass playing was James Jamerson who played on many of my favourite Motown releases."

parlance

I don't know if I can do this every month, I probably sent in one thousand questions last month. I have to put in too much time and energy to do that, so I think I'm done with all that nonsense. 

Three James! James from 'Blighty', James Paul McCartney and James Jamerson =o

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unknown said

parlance said
New answer from Paul:

Today we're pleased to announce that the second question for 'You Gave Me The Answer' comes from James in ‘Blighty’ (for fans outside of the UK ‘Blighty’ is English slang for Britain):
James asks: "Who was the biggest influence upon your bass playing?" During a recent trip to the PaulMcCartney.com office Paul gave us his answer: "Thanks for sending in your question, James. The biggest influence on my bass playing was James Jamerson who played on many of my favourite Motown releases."

parlance

I don't know if I can do this every month, I probably sent in one thousand questions last month. I have to put in too much time and energy to do that, so I think I'm done with all that nonsense. 

 

It does seem tiresome.

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Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at Vimeo or YouTube.

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