What Rhymes With Joke-o?


Professional widow, Yoko Ono decided to run her mouth at a British awards show the other day.  According to this article, the late John Lennon used to bemoan the fact that people covered McCartney’s songs instead of his.  I dunno John, maybe because none of Paul’s songs are about a mind-controlling, harbor-bombing harridan? 

Way to bite the hand that feeds you, Yokie.  Next time your part of the royalty check for "Yesterday" or "Eleanor Rigby" comes in the mail, try not to spend it all in one place.


3 Responses to “What Rhymes With Joke-o?”

  1. Rex L. Camino Says:

    I can’t hear news about Yoko without recalling this Denis Leary quote:We live in a country, where John Lennon takes six bullets in the chest, Yoko Ono was standing right next to him and not one fucking bullet! Explain that to me!

  2. nancilator Says:

    Ah yes, once again Denis Leary cuts right to the heart of the matter. Yoko, aside from being about as appealing as a shar-pei on mushrooms, definitely has an overwhelming need for attention. I suppose we should just pity her.John Lennon was pure genius; in fact, I prefer his work to Paul McCartney’s for the most part. But this displays such a lack of taste and civility. Not to mention…she’s 72? How the hell did THAT happen? I’m only twenty…no, thirty…oh screw it.

  3. Sarcastro Says:

    I have to respectfully disagree, Nance.Lennon’s post-Beatle stuff mostly sucks. If his solo output were a blog, it would be called navel-gazing, at best. Self-indulgent limosine liberalism masquerading as political awareness at worst. McCartney’s output is certainly more cloying and fey, but it still makes for a better pop song.

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