January 8th, 2007

somber

News Items ~ George's Housebreaker Dead, Paul Likes Old Junk. ~ & 2 vids.

You probably read this somewhere already, but just in case...


BBC News
George Harrison in the '90's

Remember the crazy lady in 1999 who broke into George Harrison's house in Hawaii, cooked a pizza, drank a root beer and did her laundry before being arrested? Well, looks like she was recently killed in a murder-suicide.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Boston.com
The Australian
MSNBC.com

= MORE FABS SHTUFFS =

~Paul admits he likes collecting old junk...



Beatley pics set to a rehearsal audio of my all-time personal favorite Beatles song
"And Your Bird Can Sing"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApI7YXQTVZQ
From the "Take 2 Revolver Session" boot.
My my, it sounds like their first attempt at it or something.
Hmm... you can be sure they were toking just before or during this one!

Now, here's a nice vid made using the
And Your Bird Can Sing ~ final version
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKxtiha3vcE
...but why did they cut it off before that little bass riff at the end?
:(
somber

SuperStarkey ~ Dutch Interview Video ~ Carmen's Party ~ Gayety


News found by merryb87 ~~

Well, finally! Stan Lee's Starkified Superman is coming to DVD soon!
[ SEE HERE ]

I had posted it before [ HERE ]




As promised, here are the links to the 3-part Dutch Interview converted off YouTube to Windows avi format, using the website WXII-FLV Online Converter.
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Thanks again, van, for giving us the link to this great webbytool! ♥



CARMEN WITH BRIAN AS A CLOWN
At Georgie Fame's party for Carmen's 21st birthday



TODAY IN BRIAN EPSTEIN HISTORY

1967, January 8 - Brian, dressed as a clown,
attends a fancy dress party thrown by Georgie
Fame at the Cromwellian club, celebrating the
21st birthday of his bride, Carmen Jimenez.

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The Non-Human Gay World
This, to me, is proof that homosexuality is not a "crime against nature,"
simply because statistics show that nature seems to embrace the behavior.

Another homo-centric link ~ The gay gene
Gay links brought to you courtesy of Simon Napier-Bell