Maybe I'm Amazed: The McCartney Interview

Ifandorbut

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Amazed that Gary was able to get Sir Paul...yeah, yeah, yeah!!!!!

The first McCartney interview of 2001 was one of Howard's best interviews, I am looking forward to this more than anything they've hyped on Sirius...even more than the "tapes". I only hope that Robin is kept in check and that Artie doesn't turn the conversation into his life drama.

Advice to Artie....please be quiet...crack wise every so often, pay your respect and be quiet....oh, and don't go to any after show Buddy Holly parties that Paul might be throwing.

I hope Howard takes a call from Sour Shoes.
 

rickster53

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I hope Howard takes a call from Sour Shoes.

God, I hope not. The first McCartney interview was so great because most of the other people stayed out of Howard's way enough to let him develop a real conversation with Paul. The worst thing they could do tomorrow is break up the conversation with "bits" (Sour Shoes, Artie going off on a tangent, anything involving SalandRichard).

Anyway, I can't wait to hear this!
 

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I cant wait for artie to step all over the interview.

50/1 says that artie claims to have had an amputee girlfriend/whore/prostitute and tries to bond with Paul on the subject.
 

Ifandorbut

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God, I hope not. The first McCartney interview was so great because most of the other people stayed out of Howard's way enough to let him develop a real conversation with Paul. The worst thing they could do tomorrow is break up the conversation with "bits" (Sour Shoes, Artie going off on a tangent, anything involving SalandRichard).

Anyway, I can't wait to hear this!
The thing is, Sour Shoes is such a huge fan...I also think Paul would get a bit of a kick out of him. He wouldn't be on for more than a few seconds and more than likely not until Howard was wrapping things up.

I root for Sour Shoes, I think he's talented. Yeah, keep Artie and Robin's comments to a minimum and keep richardandsal out of the studio.

I'm psyched.
 

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The guest line-up this week has been pretty amazing. I think Howard has taken the whole, "He's irrelevant" critiques personally and has been working overtime to book A-listers. I don't think for a second that retarded half-ape had anything to do with the all-star line-up; I think Howard's been making some calls personally.
 

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Good interview. I wish it could have been a bit longer but Paul probably has a ton of other media to do today as well.
 

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I didn't hear much from Artie, but I was only half-listening.
He was really quiet. Say what you will about Artie, but I think that he knows when to shut his fat yapper. Times when guests like Paul McCartney are in is one of them. Bencio Del Toro, not so much.
 

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Oh yeah, one other thing -- Did anyone catch Robin trying to tell Sir Paul that she was low maintenance? HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA <deep breath> HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH
 
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He was really quiet. Say what you will about Artie, but I think that he knows when to shut his fat yapper. Times when guests like Paul McCartney are in is one of them. Bencio Del Toro, not so much.
Like the increasing quality of the guests, I also think this is Howard's doing.
 

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Like the increasing quality of the guests, I also think this is Howard's doing.
I think Artie probably takes cues from Howards reaction. This isn't a new thing, though - there have been examples of Artie not saying much in the past, too. Though those could all just be the result of his napping thanks to heroin :D
 

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I think Artie probably takes cues from Howards reaction. This isn't a new thing, though - there have been examples of Artie not saying much in the past, too. Though those could all just be the result of his napping thanks to heroin :D
He was probably just nodding off.;)
 

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Oh yeah, one other thing -- Did anyone catch Robin trying to tell Sir Paul that she was low maintenance? HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA <deep breath> HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH
Yes, I did catch that. I had a similar reaction as you did. :D
 

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I have about 10 minutes left to go on it, and enjoyed it so far. Nothing revolutionary, but Sir Paul in studio is just about as good as it gets.
 

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Yes, I did catch that. I had a similar reaction as you did. :D

I guess Paul won't be dating Robin any time soon. Douche chill moment: When she said, "I guess I'm being rejected", the silence was deafening....Paul was more vocal on "I Am The Walrus".
 

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Haven't heard the interview yet, but I hope Howard played that Ringo recording for Paul..."PEACE AND LOVE!"
 

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I guess Paul won't be dating Robin any time soon. Douche chill moment: When she said, "I guess I'm being rejected", the silence was deafening....Paul was more vocal on "I Am The Walrus".
Well, it is awkward. Paul could do way better than Robin. If we still had concubines nowadays, then maybe she could be one of those, but not his wife.