@NewYorker
The New Yorker
a month ago
John Lennon “could be quite caustic and witty, but once you got to know him he had this lovely warm character,” Paul McCartney writes. “I was more the opposite.”
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@T3MB1
T3MB
a month ago
@NewYorker 💙🇺🇲🙏VOTE BLUE VIRGINIA🙏🇺🇲💙
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@brigid_mason
Brigid Mason
a month ago
@NewYorker Look at these babies.
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@NEAbraham
Nadia
a month ago
@NewYorker I’m so excited to read this book! What a lovely essay. 🤍
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@chris_navin
Chris Navin
a month ago
@NewYorker At Peace Pavilion West, the Beatles fresco is finished. John and Paul recline in the lap of a sucking Gaia. George and Ringo gaze, with empathy, upon a newly inked Peace treaty. Musical notes are fed tenderly, like wisdom, into the open mouths of Empathetic pilgrims.
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