Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DDragon, Jun 6, 2016.
Ben doesnt like it and tells you what he thinks about it.
The Beatles (and their individual work) are highly overrated.
Watched a video of this guy the other week and was impressed with him....not so much here....he's really over-analyzing this to fit his religious and political world view.
Yeah its just a song. Who cares, really but I still thought his commentary was funny.
The 88' doc was awesome.
"It's the single worst song in human history"
Really the worst song in human history?? So many people sing it and love it when it's on. Yeah...the "single worst song in human history".
"None of them knew how to read music. Call me an elitist." "For me to call you a great musician, you have to know how to read music."
Rated R for nudity.
Imagine there's no Yoko.
you admitted to being impressed by a moron.
I did just watch the video after this though...it is funny him singing no possessions with that expensive piano and in that giant house. Also thought it was weird this strange lady (Yoko) sitting next to him the last 30 seconds of the song with a serial killer look on her face.
At least I admit when I'm wrong
...plenty of blind musicians would disagree with him.
I think it was a video I saw of him arguing with black people about white privilege and black lives matter and stuff....it was pretty good. Maybe he should stick to that though.
Hes one of the few guys in the media who calls out the Jews when they deserve it. They are like sacred cows and never get criticized but he practices what he preaches and isnt afraid to call out non religious Jews on their BS. Watch his video on why Jews vote democrat, he completely nails it. Spittin stats left and right it made my head dizzy lol.
"was it a millionaire, who said 'Imagine no possessions'?" - Elvis Costello The other side of Summer
Naw, that would be "Seasons in the Sun" from 1974. That song makes me want to vomit blood. (Not my own.)
He's one fast talking Jew.
"Imagine there is no Heaven..."
"There isnt for you, buddy."
It definitely sounds like the communist lie. I'm not sure if that was John Lennon's intention or not.
Well, yeah. It sounds like he's doing a bit to celebrate John Lennon's death anniversary. So it's forced.