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Mick Jagger Delivers Top 10 List on Letterman

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Richland123, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. Richland123

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    The reverse mortgage line made me LOL.
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    Maybe funny
  5. bluewine

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    I'm a huge 59 year old fan. The man can do no wrong.

    Hilarious

    Blue
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    mjac28 50th Anniversary Ed Sullivan February 9, 1964 Gold Supporting Member

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    +1 where is the world going to be when Mick and Sir Paul aren't around?
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    What the hell was Jagger thinking?
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    The world will be a far better place once we do not have to endure the Stones. They have made a lot of money, but they aretruly one of the worst sounding live acts ever.

    Sir Paul is a different story...
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    I thought it was great; I love the Stones, both live and on record, and Mick could do just about anything and I'd enjoy it. Truly one of the acts that gets called "overrated" too often, because you just can't overrate an act that good.

    The Stones are one of the greatest bands in the history of rock and roll, and no amount of naysaying can change that.
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    Do you mean worse sounding bands to you?

    I'm 59 and have been going to Stones shows since 1972. They always sound like the best rock and roll band in the world to me.

    But I see your point, it's probably why they have been selling out stadiums, arenas and theatres for 50 years.

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    +1

    A man that knows what he's talking about.

    Were talking about the guys that had a significant hand in setting the rules and benchmarks for performing to, maintaining and managing large crowds.

    Blue
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    Probably that his fans like me, would love it.

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