First of all, by that logic you could only have made your first statement if you knew him personally, which I doubt you did. Also, you don't have to know a person personally to assume that they aren't greedy assholes, especially when they were public figures, just like John Lennon was. Judging by his personality, my first statement made much more sense than yours.
John Lennon wasn't at all the type to go "crying into his piles of money whenever things felt hard".
It's not like the Kardashians are the only Armenians around. It's stupid to base your opinion on only a few sort-of Armenian women
I think the biggest reason it annoys me so much when people do this is that I'll get excited that someone in my grade likes the Beatles, Rolling Stones, or whatever band is on the shirt they're wearing, but when you ask them about it they never care about the band so your hopes are ruined
To be fair though, he's known for his signing and songwriting for the Beatles, not really for his bass-playing
The bass in "The Real Me" is really good though! I think it's the best part of the song
My 1st grader cousin told me this joke but it was hard to hear her speaking over her laughter:
Q: what's a cow's favorite movie?
A: A cow's favorite movie is a cow's favorite movie!
I've lived in Manhattan my whole life, and most of the people are middle class. Yes, there are very rich people, and yes, some are very poor, but the majority fall in the middle.
This is a quote by George Gobel, and I'm pretty sure he did stand up comedy at some point. Chances are, this is a joke. Just saying.
I actually find that listening to the Beatles can be a gateway to more music from the time period... I know a lot of people, including myself, who heard about bands like the Kinks and the Zombies after listening to the Beatles
I think that Dancing in the Street should win for best video /every/ year
I don't get why you'd want someone young-ish to die when they still make a lot of people happy, really
The Beatles might not have gotten hate over the Internet, but they did have radios refusing to play their music and large groups of people around the US burning their records. The Internet isn't the only means of hate, is what I'm trying to say.
I don't really agree, just because the Beatles were the band for several years, and the game that they had had never been reached by any other band before. But now, One Direction has just as much fame as, say, Justin Beiber did. Also, there's a difference in creativity and talent and whatnot, but I think the main difference here is just how popular each group was and is