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  • User AvatarRandie In this April/May 1982 New Music Express interview with Paul McCartney he's asked about how he feels about John's murder and the it's a drag comment that he didn't mean and how horribly up set he really was and is and how he and John really loved each other.Paul also... – Feb 09, 5:29 PM
  • User AvatarRandie This is a great August 1986 hour long Paul McCartney interview by Barbara Hower from Entertainment This Week. She asked him a lot of great intelligent questions including how he felt about John Lennon's horrible,tragic murder and she got a rare great interview out of him and he comes across... – Feb 09, 5:28 PM
  • User AvatarNancy Carr Also worth noting that despite "alt facts" claims to the contrary, these marches were undertaken voluntarily and without pay. Many people bought plane tickets and rented hotel rooms to participate, making the scale of the marches even more remarkable. – Feb 08, 7:10 AM
  • User AvatarSir Huddleston Fuddleston Respectfully disagree. Military operations were conducted by different countries with different goals for each battle. Three million men died at Stalingrad, but that took more than a year. The greatest battles in history made use of only 1-2 million men. Really -- the magnitude of this march is beyond any... – Feb 07, 12:19 PM
  • User AvatarMichael There were at least 55 military operations during the first and second World Wars that involved more people, so I guess those should probably count as coordinated human activities. But I agree with you that the women's march was the greatest coordinated human activity that truly effected meaningful change in... – Feb 06, 6:00 PM
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