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Old Dec 20, 2011, 07:46 PM   #21
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I have every reason to believe Paul truly regretted getting involved with Francie Schwartz. She is a troll and a crackpot, yes, a CRACKPOT who has harassed people on the music boards.

I think that woman is many hounds short of a pack and she wrote a sleazy, tell all book. She shagged rock stars. That seems to be the sum total of her resume. It's like she tabled her life after adding notches to her garter belt and I think she is a very tragic figure.
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Old Dec 20, 2011, 08:06 PM   #22
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I heard her on Youtube implying Brian and Paul were having an affair. I thought you sick person. Paul does not deserve to have his name slandered by scum like her.
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Old Dec 20, 2011, 08:09 PM   #23
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I heard it too and I think Francie is a very unbalanced person.

All I can say about her is that she is depriving a psychiatrist a livelihood.
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Old Dec 22, 2011, 07:55 AM   #24
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I saw Francie on that message board and I just didn't like that general tone of hers with all her insults to everybody and just plain nastiness even when others didn't say anything mean to her first.

Brian having an affair with any of the Beatles doesn't upset me. (one of his secretaries has hinted he 'serviced' one of them as well but won't say who, only it's not the one I first guessed)
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Old Dec 22, 2011, 09:08 AM   #25
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Although I respect alternative lifestyles and have friends and family that are gay, I can't picture the Fab Four being bi curious. Although anything is possible, they were always 100% ladies men to me. Although I'm sure they cared about their gay friends and fans deeply.
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Paul said in an interview that no way in creation was he or John gay or bisexual. Paul said that even when they were stoned or plastered out of their gourds they never had any interest in other men. Paul said that if that was part of John, it would have come out in some way and it never did.

I don't think the boys were ever interested in any man sexually. Brian Epstein was another story. He was gay and he apparently had a very lonely life as people who were gay were targeted and had to be extra discreet in those days.
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I saw Francie on that message board and I just didn't like that general tone of hers with all her insults to everybody and just plain nastiness even when others didn't say anything mean to her first.

Brian having an affair with any of the Beatles doesn't upset me. (one of his secretaries has hinted he 'serviced' one of them as well but won't say who, only it's not the one I first guessed)
Frankly, I don't care if the Beatles had an affair with a 1964 Thunderbird and a Honda! As for Francie, you know what I think of her. I really think she is a very tragic figure; vindictive; a crackpot and a troll. She HARASSED, yes, HARASSED a former moderator in the early 2000s and she is infamous for acting a fool. I feel sorry for anybody who ever slept with her. If I was a heterosexual man instead of a heterosexual woman, I'd rather wrestle a tiger; tongue kiss a bulldog bitch and smell a pail of than have ANYTHING to do with Francie Schwartz!
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I can't picture them with men either. They loved women too much! Like I stated earlier, chill about Francie.
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Although I respect alternative lifestyles and have friends and family that are gay, I can't picture the Fab Four being bi curious. Although anything is possible, they were always 100% ladies men to me. Although I'm sure they cared about their gay friends and fans deeply.
I guess you never heard all those rumors about John then, or Ringo? (Google Ringo STarr Gay and you'll understand). Plus Ringo's great interveiw in 1982 on the Tomorrow Show where he talks about the homosexual connotations of his rings.

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Paul said in an interview that no way in creation was he or John gay or bisexual. Paul said that even when they were stoned or plastered out of their gourds they never had any interest in other men. Paul said that if that was part of John, it would have come out in some way and it never did.

I don't think the boys were ever interested in any man sexually. Brian Epstein was another story. He was gay and he apparently had a very lonely life as people who were gay were targeted and had to be extra discreet in those days.
Personally, I always felt that if Brian's secretary's story was true, it was a BEatle being manipulative.

But Paul loves teasing the slashers big time.
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George's last words to Ringo are priceless...just showing how much these guys counted on each deep down, at least in the past, and George probably meant them, too...he would have gone with Ringo, if he could.
Not only that, but the story is so indicative of George. Sure, he would have went with Ringo, but because the suggestion was so outlandish it was another perfect example of George's terrific sense of humor, wit, and love for his friends.

It is perhaps my favorite of all story/quote's of George and his life. Dying on a hospital bed, his friend Ringo's daughter facing brain surgery, I can HEAR his Scouse accent.... I'm sure he deadpanned it too. No smile or giggle or change of
voice, like the famous haircut line. "I had one yesterday."

"Dew yew wunt me to go weeth yew?"

He said that for Ringo, not for himself, of that I'm sure.
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I don't think the boys would have ever been intimate with any other man. I think the exchange was just banter and nothing more.

I could very easily hear George saying in his perfect English deadan, "Dew yew wunt me to go weeth yew?" to Lee. George was the master of deadpan.

The man stole every damn scene he was in in "A Hard Day's Night."
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