Friday, 26 September 2008

"Banned" - Shona Laing, 1992

After having been banned from performing there many years ago - with the Beatles - Sir Paul McCartney has performed for the first time in Israel. That's very exciting, especially since McCartney is promoting Middle East peace while in the area. I really do hope that his contribution will help the process.

Here's a link to some of the BBC's coverage of the event.

After work yesterday, John had an especially perceptive comment about McCartney's concert. He's guessing that Paul's first song in Tel Aviv last night might have been...

"Hey Jews"

Sorry. That's about as awful as my pun earlier this week. You can see why John and I were attracted to each other, can't you?



At 27 September, 2008 01:30 , Blogger Jannie "Funster" said...

Hey Jews! That's funny!!

I sure wish we could all give peace a chance but that may have to wait until the Afterlife, people being people and breeding hate and violence and all, what do you think?

At 27 September, 2008 06:45 , Blogger Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Yes this even made it onto the Okieland news yesterday!

At 27 September, 2008 14:12 , Blogger Stevyn Colgan said...

Hard goys night? Long tall Solly? And of course the album Rabbi Soul ... there were a lot worse, believe me.

At 28 September, 2008 13:17 , Blogger Brit' Gal Sarah said...

You're a winner at mine!

At 30 September, 2008 01:05 , Blogger John said...

Here comes the Son of God? All my Levin? (Don't) carry that weight (on the Sabbath)? Oy-bla-di, Oy-bla-da? Magical mitzvah tour? Red sea submarine? This goy?


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