Mancow: Paul McCartney Cranks to Life @ Wrigley Field in Chicago

Paul McCartney on a HOT summer nite in Chicago took a couple of cranks to get started like my old Chevy Impala in winter…

And everyone there seemed more content just being in the same vicinity of the legend, than they did being swept up in the energy of the concert.

After his facelift he looks like an old English Python Woman now to me…

But Sir Paul was exuberant and very much game @ Wrigley Field.

As with all Macca concerts, when he sings in front of thousands, quietly to John, "Many ways you’ll never know / all the ways I’ve tried," that’s always the highlight for me.

Everything else was paint by numbers formality. C’mon babe, let’s beat the traffic and turn the lights off and listen to The White Album in the dark.

@ McCartney a lot of middle-aged women went on shopping sprees 2day @ Forever 21…
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6 Responses to Mancow: Paul McCartney Cranks to Life @ Wrigley Field in Chicago

  1. Kerouac says:

    That’s him ‘after’ a facelift?
    Where did they do it… in the road? (no one WILL be watching us)

    Forget the baker & the candlestick maker – did the butcher carry malpractice insurance?

  2. Hearne Christopher says:

    I dunno, I think he looks pretty good. I mean, how many has he had, as many as Michael Jackson?

    At 70-something probably.

    But while money obviously hasn’t been able to buy him love, looks like it has worked out pretty good in terms of plastic surgery.

  3. Kerouac says:

    … or looks it, my opine. Know when to say when.

    “I dunno. I think he looks pretty good.”

    – really? First glance, I thot he was Kenny Roger’s distant cousin/shared his knife. Actually he just turned 69, and so upon second look perhaps he just forgot to rinse aft. Speaking of ‘Monty’ British women, he does evince Eric ‘old’ Idle a bit…

  4. chuck says:

    I don’t know Hearne…
    I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party, but, From Me To You, the first picture, makes him look like he had a Hard Days Night, but the second picture, Don’t Bother Me. The wrinkles are gone, it looks like they got Every Little Thing.

    I Shoulda Known Better than to listen to Kerowhack. Hey Kerowhack, Tell Me Why your so critical. From now on I’m Looking Through You. Just Let It Be. Chill out and maybe We Can Work It Out.

    Help! smartman!!

  5. Kerouac says:

    “Hey Kerowhack”

    – [ CHARGERS 31 kcindy 0 ] – which is to say: yes chuckie cheese lowe, what is it now ye embracer the lower class/case lot in life?

    “Tell Me Why your so critical”

    – [ reiterating, I love it when they beg ] – My ‘so’ is naught critical – in fact, I own not an single one. Beyond said, this talent does as He can, this genius as He must. Which is to say: I am a professional – do not attempt these narrative moves yourself, ‘Paperback Writer’.

  6. Hearne Christopher says:

    I’m with you. I think he has money to burn, he burning it and all things considered it’s a win-win deal

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