I've been reading this thread for a while now. And I have to be honest, I am shocked by how many people are "disappointed" in Paul of late. Really? Isn't disappointed just a wee bit strong a word? I mean...his set lists may not be perfect for me, but I think they're good. Even a little bit surprising. And I may not love every song on every album, some I may not even like, but to say I am disappointed in him for that makes me wonder if I think the word means the same thing you guys think it means.
I can be disappointed in myself, or my kids, or even my wife...because I rely on them (and myself) to sustain a certain degree of morality and loyalty, maybe even honesty to continue my expected everyday value of life. Those are the things that matter to me most.
We are talking about a rock star here, peeps. Rock stars are supposed to lead a decadent lifestyle. Drugs, women, tales of destroyed hotel rooms. Rock stars aren't supposed to be perfect. And we shouldn't ask them to be. They are not our role models. I never really cared much for the album Pipes of Peace. I still don't. But I would never say I was disappointed in it. I save that word...that emotion...for the things in life I really count on.
I mean, if we are so disappointed in him at a Paul funsite...what must they think of him at a John site, or a Rolling stones site?[ Post made via Mobile Device ]
I want to tell her that I love her a lot, but I got to get a belly full of wine.