Well, first of all, I find it hard to generalize and just call John Lennon a "swine." Sure, he may have made a lot of wrong decisions, but he also did a lot of good for peace and humanitarianism. Especially as he grew older, he cared very deeply for people, and he contributed to charity after charity. Furthermore, at the end of his life, he became very at peace and in touch with himself, and from everything I've read, made peace with Paul, and even grew closer to Julian. I believe in forgiveness, and you can't blame a guy for what he did when he was younger, if when he got older, he changed. But after saying all this, yes I agree that Lennon did some questionable things that made me feel a little differently about him. Like barging into Paul and Linda's house and putting his foot through a painting he gave Paul when he was upset because Paul didn't show up for a recording session, but instead stayed home with Linda to celebrate their anniversery or something. But even then, it was supposedly Paul's fault because he left everyone hanging at the studio and didn't bother to call to say he wasn't coming in. And it also always bothered me that John would kind of downplay Macca's talent and genius. Yes, I think he was insecure in his talents and genius. Even George Martin himself admitted that he thinks John was jealous of Paul because melodies came so easily to Paul, and John really had to work at it. But regardless, those wounds were healed. And John Lennon changed as he matured. So I find it pretty hard to call John Lennon a swine. By the way, you have to remember that "How do you sleep?" was actually a response to McCartney's "Too Many People."