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July 22, 2014


George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed by Actual Beetles

(Thanks to Jay Brandes, Mike Ester, Jon Harris and Sharon Chapman)


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Maybe it was pining for the Taxman

Glad I checked here before I sent this in -- I don't have a judi I can fire.

In other Beatles news, Rassmussen Reports™ that

more Americans (82%) are willing to declare as false the theory that Paul McCartney was killed in a car crash in 1966 and replaced by the Beatles than are willing to reject any of the other conspiracy theories we asked about.


Goerge Harrison is arguebly the least respected
Beatle, but I think was extremely talented
and creative. Love his "Poor Little Girl" which
never became a pop hit, and the live (or 2000)
version of "My Sweet Lord" make the pop-45 version sound weak.

A quote from the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: "It ain't over till it's over."

Taxman was their greatest song. Great message and great rock.

Can we get a replacement from the Norwegian Wood?

Wouldn't a memorial bridge have been more appropriate ?

You are probably asking yourself why the Actual Beetles did this.

I read that this morning. Hmmmm, kind of funny in a way

I thought video killed the radio star.

"Goerge Harrison is arguebly the least respected

Who would argue that George was less respected than Ringo? I mean, maybe that he didn't get the respect he deserved, but not that he was the least respected.

Any clues on what happened to the Adam Ant Tribute ficus elastica?

I bet it was Japanese Beetles!

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