Paul Mccartney Thanks 'The Boys' At Walk Of Fame Ceremony - Comments and Message Board

First, for the record, although articles related to Paul getting his star read as if he's been long neglected, i.e., the last Beatle to get his star, he could have had it in 1993, but he declined because his schedule didn't permit. Secondly, for once I would like to hear him thank John Lennon for inviting him to join "his" band. His thanking the "boys" is typical (makes it sound like they were his back up band), he will not specifically give John credit for opening the door for him. While Paul is very talented, and acts the nice guy -- it's very important for him to be liked, underneath it all he's very self serving. Before everyone goes postal regarding any negative remarks about St. Paul, do your homework and read beneath the great PR he has.

Posted 5 years 7 months ago by LenThea

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First, although articles related to Paul receiving the "star" make it seem like he's long been neglected, he could it have it in 1993, but his schedule didn't permit it. Secondly, for once I would like hear him thank John Lennon for inviting him to join "his" band. Thanking "the boys" is so typical, almost as if they were his back up. Of course he is unable to thank John because then it would give John credit for making a difference in his life. Yes, Paul is very talented, but beneath that nice guy face he likes to wear -- he's a very self-serving individual who has a need to be like by all, but not enough to be gracious and thank John. Before everyone goes postal for any negative remarks about St. Paul, do your homework and learn what's beneath his great PR.

Posted 5 years 7 months ago by LenThea

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First, for the record, although articles related to Paul getting his star read as if he's been long neglected, i.e., the last Beatle to get his star, he could have had it in 1993, but he declined because his schedule didn't permit. Secondly, for once I would like to hear him thank John Lennon for inviting him to join "his" band. His thanking the "boys" is typical, he will not specifically give John credit for opening the door for him. While Paul is very talented, and acts the nice guy -- it's very important for him to be liked, but under it all he's very self serving. Before everyone goes postal regarding this remark, do your homework and read beneath the great PR he has.

Posted 5 years 7 months ago by LenThea

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They should use a picture of Paul not some guy from a tribute band! First clue? Paul is a lefty.

Posted 5 years 7 months ago by superdash8

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