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  1. Lizzie says:

    do you call that a tank top? (i should have formally studied english, instead of quitting school and going to the abbey road university and the cavendish avenue college…). whatever it’s called, i like it a lot!

  2. Tammy says:

    Yes Miss Lizzie, tho in Australia (as if that matters) it’s called a singlet.

  3. Alex of the Bronx says:

    Wish John didn’t get involved with either Jerry Rubin or Abby Hoffman. These two along with Magic Alex were the most opportunist no talent bums John ever hung out with, and for the most part if it wasn’t for John no one would remember them.

  4. Kwai Chang says:

    Don’t be fooled. Rubin is scum…
    I bet he was paid to lead John into harm’s way
    (and onward to deportation)

  5. Cara says:

    Wow, Alex and Kwai… tell us what you really think! ;-) I think you guys are a little harsh on Rubin and Hoffman. They used John, yes… not cool! But they were true believers in the revolution… and Hoffman was until the very end. Even Rubin in his way.

  6. Hitachi says:

    Lovely pic from the early Dec 1971 interview for the French TV show “Pop 2″ which aired in Jan 1972. Yeah, John was a fairly bad judge of character for his so-called “friends” at least while in America.

  7. Kwai Chang says:

    @Cara…
    I thought John’s attraction to NYC was its anonymity…
    I don’t see how they helped him be anonymous.
    I apologize for the negative comment. I agree…they used John.

    When I first saw this picture, all I thought of was
    Yoko is so pretty when she is having fun.
    She is like the Sun…
    she warms me up!

  8. Alex of the Bronx says:

    I’m not apologizing they were bums !! HAHA !!
    Didn’t Pete Townsend kick Abby Hoffman in the ass and off the stage @ Woodstock ?
    Users and one way streets.
    Love to All
    Us Beatle Buddies are the real deal not those guys.

  9. Michael says:

    You are correct, Alex. Pete literally kicked his ass. And he deserved it. Looks like Jerry’s cutting something up (out) on the table?

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