Lennon's Lover & Harrison's Admirer
I’m quite good at ruining happy moments.
Michael Daaboul (via michaeldaaboul)

"My theory is that when it comes to important subjects, there are only two ways a person can answer. Which way they choose, tells you who that person is. For instance, there are only two kinds of people in the world, Beatles people and Elvis people. Now Beatles people can like Elvis and Elvis people can like the Beatles, but nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice. And that choice, tells you who you are.” Mia Wallace, Pulp Fiction [deleted scene that was included in the special collector’s edition]

"My theory is that when it comes to important subjects, there are only two ways a person can answer. Which way they choose, tells you who that person is. For instance, there are only two kinds of people in the world, Beatles people and Elvis people. Now Beatles people can like Elvis and Elvis people can like the Beatles, but nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice. And that choice, tells you who you are.” Mia Wallace, Pulp Fiction [deleted scene that was included in the special collector’s edition]

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The Beatles gathered at EMI Studios (3 Abbey Rd, London) on the morning of Friday 8th August 1969 for one of the most famous photo shoots of their career. Photographer Ian Macmillan took the famous image that adorned their last-recorded album, Abbey Road. 

Prior to the shoot, Paul McCartney had sketched his ideas for the cover, to which Macmillan added a more detailed illustration. (image 1)

A policeman held the traffic as Macmillan, from a stepladder positioned in the middle of the road, took six shots as the group walked across the zebra crossing just outside the studio.

imonlysleeping:

John Lennon’s Christmas card to Cynthia Powell, 1958

beatlesarthistory:

The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse // “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles

beatlesarthistory:

The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse // “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles

beatlesarthistory:

The Lament for Icarus by Herbert James Draper // “Blackbird” by The Beatles

beatlesarthistory:

The Lament for Icarus by Herbert James Draper // “Blackbird” by The Beatles

After seeing pictures of children dying in Gaza I just realized that perhaps, Scarcity of natural resources is not our greatest dilemma, I think it’s the scarcity of empathy among us.