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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 11:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

He was a sweet man :( And a great manager :(


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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Did you work with him or what?

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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 11:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I also miss these guys...

- Jesus
- Albert Einstein
- Socrates
- John F. Kennedy
- Pablo Picasso
- Mahatma Gandhi
- William Shakespeare
- Jimmy Hendrix
- Abraham Lincoln
- Thomas Edison
- Walt Disney
- Martin Luther King
- Buddy Holly

Now why do I miss guys who weren't even alive when I was born? Simple, I was buddies with all of them before I re-incarnated and I became one with the force (Ask Qui Gonn how to do this). I still have their phone numbers, pager numbers and e-mail addresses. I kinda ended up in bad terms with Pablo Picasso after he never paid me back the money I gave him to bang a French hooker in 1908. I still miss the guy, though.


[QUOTE][QUOTENAME]Brandon wrote: [/QUOTENAME]... and now the "best you can offer is Mr. Jingles? HA! He's... just pathetic.[/QUOTE]
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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 11:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian Epstein was the founder of the NRA... and she blew him away Serry...
It takes only one shot between the eyes... right Ghetto? :-)))


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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 12:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

I also miss these guys...

- Jesus
- Albert Einstein
- Socrates
- John F. Kennedy
- Pablo Picasso
- Mahatma Gandhi
- William Shakespeare
- Jimmy Hendrix
- Abraham Lincoln
- Thomas Edison
- Walt Disney
- Martin Luther King
- Buddy Holly

Now why do I miss guys who weren't even alive when I was born? Simple, I was buddies with all of them before I re-incarnated and I became one with the force (Ask Qui Gonn how to do this). I still have their phone numbers, pager numbers and e-mail addresses. I kinda ended up in bad terms with Pablo Picasso after he never paid me back the money I gave him to bang a French hooker in 1908. I still miss the guy, though.


LOL!


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Posted: 21 Jul 05, 01:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

I also miss these guys...

- Jesus
- Albert Einstein
- Socrates
- John F. Kennedy
- Pablo Picasso
- Mahatma Gandhi
- William Shakespeare
- Jimmy Hendrix
- Abraham Lincoln
- Thomas Edison
- Walt Disney
- Martin Luther King
- Buddy Holly

Now why do I miss guys who weren't even alive when I was born? Simple, I was buddies with all of them before I re-incarnated and I became one with the force (Ask Qui Gonn how to do this). I still have their phone numbers, pager numbers and e-mail addresses. I kinda ended up in bad terms with Pablo Picasso after he never paid me back the money I gave him to bang a French hooker in 1908. I still miss the guy, though.


It is Jimi Hendrix BTW 8-B

And in regards to this stupid topic

Post that on a Beatles forum.


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Posted: 21 Jul 05, 06:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian Epstein was a genius! I really never thought that somebody remembers him. I respected his work, and maybe I'm not the only one saying without him The Beatles lost themselves. I mean not musically, but as a band.
Do I miss him? I don't know really. I miss the whole Beatles.

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Posted: 21 Jul 05, 10:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

tupincs wrote:

Brian Epstein was a genius! I really never thought that somebody remembers him. I respected his work, and maybe I'm not the only one saying without him The Beatles lost themselves. I mean not musically, but as a band.
Do I miss him? I don't know really. I miss the whole Beatles.


I'd say more that without George Martin as a producer, the Beatles might have lost themselves. He was a bigger influence from the musical aspect.

As a business manager, Brian Epstein was indeed a very smart man.


[QUOTE][QUOTENAME]Brandon wrote: [/QUOTENAME]... and now the "best you can offer is Mr. Jingles? HA! He's... just pathetic.[/QUOTE]
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Posted: 21 Jul 05, 13:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I love Brian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I miss him too he was a great man and I'm glad somebody else appreciates him. Have you read the book "The man behind the Beatles: an intimate biography of Brian Eptein"? It's good and it has lovely pictures as well. I took it out from the library and then I managed to run into it at Goodwill for 10 bucks! (I bought it natrually)


Madam, you have between your legs an instrument capable of giving pleasure to thousands and all you can do is scratch it.

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Posted: 22 Jul 05, 06:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

tupincs wrote:


I'd say more that without George Martin as a producer, the Beatles might have lost themselves. He was a bigger influence from the musical aspect.

As a business manager, Brian Epstein was indeed a very smart man.


Oh yes, I must admit I forgot George Martin. From the scoring he was the genius.

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Posted: 22 Jul 05, 09:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

tupincs wrote:

Brian Epstein was a genius! I really never thought that somebody remembers him. I respected his work, and maybe I'm not the only one saying without him The Beatles lost themselves. I mean not musically, but as a band.
Do I miss him? I don't know really. I miss the whole Beatles.


I'd say more that without George Martin as a producer, the Beatles might have lost themselves. He was a bigger influence from the musical aspect.

As a business manager, Brian Epstein was indeed a very smart man.




i thought brian epstein was meant to have been naive in his managerial methods. such as seltaeb the beatles us merchandising company offering him and the beatles 10% of all merchandise sold, which he accepted losing the beatles millions of dollars


we've no ancestral halls, no haughty portraits on our walls, no family monuments at all, unless it's my cousin sheila's stupendous clevage.
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Posted: 22 Jul 05, 18:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

dimcyril wrote:

Mr.Jingles wrote:

tupincs wrote:

Brian Epstein was a genius! I really never thought that somebody remembers him. I respected his work, and maybe I'm not the only one saying without him The Beatles lost themselves. I mean not musically, but as a band.
Do I miss him? I don't know really. I miss the whole Beatles.


I'd say more that without George Martin as a producer, the Beatles might have lost themselves. He was a bigger influence from the musical aspect.

As a business manager, Brian Epstein was indeed a very smart man.




i thought brian epstein was meant to have been naive in his managerial methods. such as seltaeb the beatles us merchandising company offering him and the beatles 10% of all merchandise sold, which he accepted losing the beatles millions of dollars


He was not perfect because he didn't have any experience, but he managed to get the Beatles a record deal, made their image, and helped them really get started, mainly because of his overwhelming enthusiasm. It was not just a job for him.


"Brian May, Freddie will."
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Posted: 22 Jul 05, 18:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Queenleaf wrote:

I love Brian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I miss him too he was a great man and I'm glad somebody else appreciates him. Have you read the book "The man behind the Beatles: an intimate biography of Brian Eptein"? It's good and it has lovely pictures as well. I took it out from the library and then I managed to run into it at Goodwill for 10 bucks! (I bought it natrually)


Not yet, but I read his autobiography!!!


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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 10:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=#F003300><font>Mercuryworks wrote:

Mr.Jingles wrote:

I also miss these guys...

- Jesus
- Albert Einstein
- Socrates
- John F. Kennedy
- Pablo Picasso
- Mahatma Gandhi
- William Shakespeare
- Jimmy Hendrix
- Abraham Lincoln
- Thomas Edison
- Walt Disney
- Martin Luther King
- Buddy Holly

Now why do I miss guys who weren't even alive when I was born? Simple, I was buddies with all of them before I re-incarnated and I became one with the force (Ask Qui Gonn how to do this). I still have their phone numbers, pager numbers and e-mail addresses. I kinda ended up in bad terms with Pablo Picasso after he never paid me back the money I gave him to bang a French hooker in 1908. I still miss the guy, though.


It is Jimi Hendrix BTW 8-B

And in regards to this stupid topic

Post that on a Beatles forum.


It has already been said time and time again: if you don't like my posts, no one is making you read them.


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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 11:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color =#CC00FF>***Marial-B*** wrote:

BEATLES RULES!!!!!!

If someone messes with them, they're messing with me so...

F**K OFF Y'ALL WEIRDS :P.


Does that include dissing John Lennon for allowing that freak Yoko to twist his mind and break up his band?


[QUOTE][QUOTENAME]Brandon wrote: [/QUOTENAME]... and now the "best you can offer is Mr. Jingles? HA! He's... just pathetic.[/QUOTE]
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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 13:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Didn't Yoko Ono also not reply to Brian's letter asking for permission to release Dream Is Over on the Brixton Academy cd?

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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 14:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

FreddiesGhettoTrench wrote:

Queenleaf wrote:

I love Brian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I miss him too he was a great man and I'm glad somebody else appreciates him. Have you read the book "The man behind the Beatles: an intimate biography of Brian Eptein"? It's good and it has lovely pictures as well. I took it out from the library and then I managed to run into it at Goodwill for 10 bucks! (I bought it natrually)


Not yet, but I read his autobiography!!!


What was in that autobiography?

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Posted: 24 Jul 05, 10:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

FreddiesGhettoTrench wrote:

Queenleaf wrote:

I love Brian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I miss him too he was a great man and I'm glad somebody else appreciates him. Have you read the book "The man behind the Beatles: an intimate biography of Brian Eptein"? It's good and it has lovely pictures as well. I took it out from the library and then I managed to run into it at Goodwill for 10 bucks! (I bought it natrually)


Not yet, but I read his autobiography!!!


A Cellar Full of noise? I really want to read that!


Madam, you have between your legs an instrument capable of giving pleasure to thousands and all you can do is scratch it.

-Sir Thomas Beecham to a lady cellist
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<font color =#CC00FF>***Marial-B*** wrote:

BEATLES RULES!!!!!!

If someone messes with them, they're messing with me so...

F**K OFF Y'ALL WEIRDS :P.


I second that! There are a lot of Beatles fans on here so...don't mess with us!


Madam, you have between your legs an instrument capable of giving pleasure to thousands and all you can do is scratch it.

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Posted: 24 Jul 05, 10:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color =#CC00FF>***Marial-B*** wrote:

Mr.Jingles wrote:

<font color =#CC00FF>***Marial-B*** wrote:

BEATLES RULES!!!!!!

If someone messes with them, they're messing with me so...

F**K OFF Y'ALL WEIRDS :P.


Does that include dissing John Lennon for allowing that freak Yoko to twist his mind and break up his band?


Just diss with yoko, she casted a spell on John and break the band :D.


I think you can get away with dissing Yoko. I do'nt know too many people that like her!


Madam, you have between your legs an instrument capable of giving pleasure to thousands and all you can do is scratch it.

-Sir Thomas Beecham to a lady cellist