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5 August 2013
5.09pm
mccartneyalarm
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Okay…of all the Beatles offspring, who is the most talented? And, then, who do you think should just keep it to him or herself that his or her dad was a Beatle?

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5 August 2013
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parlance
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We've kind of already talked about this in a favorite Beatle kid thread. No offense, but I really hate this topic because it just makes me feel bad for the ones that inevitably get dumped on, and they certainly couldn't choose the families they were born into.

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5 August 2013
10.06pm
unknown
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I agree with Parlance. How could you say one is more talented than the rest anyways? They aren't all musicians, and then there are a coupe of them who keep out of the public eye. And none of them should just keep it to themselves that their dad's a Beatle. It really doesn't matter that much. Even if one of their kids was a serial killer, because kids can have the best childhood and still end up messed up.

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6 August 2013
3.57am
vonbontee
Inside a Letterbox
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Here's the link, if there's further discussion to be had on the matter:

http://www.beatlesbible.com/fo…..4316406250

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9 August 2013
5.10pm
mccartneyalarm
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This is a strange question, but here goes…does anyone know where the Beatles' kids went to school? (I'm not asking for actual school names). We know where each member of the Royal Family went to school, but where did James & Mary McCartney or Zak Starkey Or Dhani go to school? Did they go to schools in their respective hometowns or were they home-schooled? Where did Sean go to school in NYC? I'd imagine Yoko probably hired a tutor. Just wondering.

"And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make."

9 August 2013
5.44pm
Von Bontee
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Howard Soames' "Fab" (Paul bio) mentioned a detail or two about the schooling of Paul's children, if memory serves. I'm pretty sure that Paul made a point of sending his kids to a regular school, so they could be just regular students among many.

Speaking personally, I have no idea where any member of the royal family attended school – Liverpool Art College? West Beverly Hills High? Brooklyn P.S. No. 33? Maybe Hogwarts!

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
9 August 2013
7.11pm
Linde
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Didn't Sean go to some boarding school in Switserland?

As for the rest, no idea. Oh and I don't have a clue as to where the members of the Royal Family went to school. Don't care about it either.

9 August 2013
10.40pm
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I think when Wings went touring the kids went with Paul and Linda and so were taught at home (or on a bus/plane depending on how you see it) but im happy to be totally wrong.

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