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Old 09-14-2014, 09:23 PM   #76
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OMG, I LOVED Michael Landon as Pa Ingalls on Little House. I also crushed on his friend Jonathan Garvey (Merlin Oleson)
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Oh yes Michael Landon! He was cute as little Joe too in Bonanza



I always thought James Brolin was so hot in the Amityville Horror. Wild haired and bearded!

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Cat Stevens back in the day ! YUMMY, and what a voice!

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Do you like any of John Lennon's solo stuff like "Mind Games", "Double Fantasy" or did you dislike him post Yoko?
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Old 09-15-2014, 11:53 PM   #82
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LOL Sorry! I didn't see your earlier post. Paul has always been my favorite. It's hard to decide who was the better singer. They all had different voices. John was better at pure rock and Paul was a better ballad/ love song singer. I really like George's voice too. He had some good songs with The Beatles. Something, Don't Bother Me, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Here Comes The Sun,etc. Ringo? Not so much but as a group they were unbeatable! I always thought that Paul was the best looking. But that's no secret around here!

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LOL Sorry! I didn't see your earlier post. Paul has always been my favorite. It's hard to decide who was the better singer. They all had different voices. John was better at pure rock and Paul was a better ballad/ love song singer. I really like George's voice too. He had some good songs with The Beatles. Something, Don't Bother Me, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Here Comes The Sun,etc. Ringo? Not so much but as a group they were unbeatable! I always thought that Paul was the best looking. But that's no secret around here!

Ok, you can quit talking to yourself now!

Ok, I thought you were being mad at me for not picking Paul as number one. So I was confused. Sorry, I am a John Lennon fan. I pick him as number one singer and George as best looking, but I do think Paul did look very good at times. Ringo, not so much. And Ringo wasn't a very good singer. He wasn't a very good drummer either.
All in all, my favorite Beatle was John Lennon.
Now you can hate me seeing as how you are a huge Paul fan!
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Ok, I thought you were being mad at me for not picking Paul as number one. So I was confused. Sorry, I am a John Lennon fan. I pick him as number one singer and George as best looking, but I do think Paul did look very good at times. Ringo, not so much. And Ringo wasn't a very good singer. He wasn't a very good drummer either.
All in all, my favorite Beatle was John Lennon.
Now you can hate me seeing as how you are a huge Paul fan!

I could never hate a fellow Beatles fan! And I liked John a lot too! But I've always had a lot of respect for Paul . He was a family man. He took his wife and kids on tour with Wings. That certainly kept him from getting into trouble with other women/groupies! So sad that he lost Linda. They were soul mates. Her death really devastated him.
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I could never hate a fellow Beatles fan! And I liked John a lot too! But I've always had a lot of respect for Paul . He was a family man. He took his wife and kids on tour with Wings. That certainly kept him from getting into trouble with other women/groupies! So sad that he lost Linda. They were soul mates. Her death really devastated him.
I have to agree with that. Paul was definitely a loving and adoring husband to his soul mate Linda. They were perfect for one another.
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I have to agree with that. Paul was definitely a loving and adoring husband to his soul mate Linda. They were perfect for one another.

So cute. They were a perfect couple!


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They were cute when they were young!

The actor who played a young Mick Jagger in the James Brown Biography "Get on up" was cute. He only had a very small part, pretty much was only on a minute. He was cute and I wished he had a bigger part in the movie!

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They were cute when they were young!

The actor who played a young Mick Jagger in the James Brown Biography "Get on up" was cute. He only had a very small part, pretty much was only on a minute. He was cute and I wished he had a bigger part in the movie!

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The Mick Jagger actor was cute.
I liked the actor who played Bruce Lee in the movie Dragon.

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