is extremely true and very unfortunately a very sad indictment on human nature and the need to be percieved as cool by what society/fashion etc dictates as the 'coolest'. The sadest part is that this disregards honesty for designer fabricated 'I like this as it is cool' often fake opinion .For whatever reason, it somewhere/sometime became perceived as "being hip" to knock on Paul, so people go out of their way to knock him because they think they're being cool.
is spot on.they praise albums/songs/artists whom thier egos tell them is good...or the artists agents/brokers
ComeOnBrotha wrote:Yes I have seen some of these idiots and much worse than you posted. I find it interesting that these dolts are interested enough to seek him out on YouTube just to disparage him. I think they do it mostly to annoy fans in a weak attempt to try and ruin it for us. I don't think it has anything to do with his music for the most part. It just makes them look pathetic and unhappy with themselves. There are always plain old nut-jobs out there, too. That POS who killed Lennon was obsessed with him to the point where he thought John was an impostor who he needed to get rid of, thinking he was the real John Lennon.
The people who really are annoying are those who say he is too old and should retire. Many of these same people disrespect older people in general, which I find despicable. Some day we all get old if we're lucky enough to live that long. I am really enjoying the fact that Paul is 71 and still making great music and is full of life. He has taken great care of himself, loves what he does and he makes people happy by sharing his great talent. And that gets under the skin of people who have done very little with their lives, have given up or have simply resigned themselves. I know which path I prefer
bravefan wrote:It was vogue for a long time to love John and hate Paul. John the hip radical who had all these ideas to save the world. Paul just kept putting out music and tried to get everybody to like him. The result is an overwhelming body of music probably matched by no one. I'm not knocking anybody's opinion but is there really a person alive who can't admit the musical contributions of this living legend? And yes, they'll wait until he's gone to jump on the bandwagon praising him. A worldly treasure not acknowledged by people trying to be too cool. Maybe I'm Amazed!!
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