JOHN AND YOKO IN JAPAN:

Tags: , ,

7 Responses to “JOHN AND YOKO IN JAPAN:”

  1. Kwai Chang says:

    I would say “probably not worth the risk” about those cut-off jeans…
    and that’s without the bicycle…
    (Pedaling is just tempting fate, in my view)

  2. Kwai Chang says:

    I hope there’s a chain guard on that thing…

  3. Kathy says:

    Ahhhh that clown thing in the background is scary!!!

  4. Nick says:

    Well, hopefully, he had good support!(and I don’t mean Yoko!)

  5. Karen says:

    John in jean cut-offs….lord have mercy.

  6. Twoowoo says:

    Although many people would probably consider it a throwaway book in the bottomless chasm of Beatles lit, “Dakota Days” by John Green really is a not-so-revved up account of John in his NYC era. Green, as you probably know, was a Tarot reader for the Lennons and it’s really endearing to read his cool story of his friendship with John. Green describes the John I always knew he was– funny, ironic, sarcastic but usually patient to an almost superhuman degree in response to Yoko’s mercurial and sometimes unreasonable demands. The part that had me howling involved the Lennons trip to Japan and John’s assessment of the situation, particularly as it pertained to the “Japaneices.”

    Sorry. I didn’t mean to run on like that, but the bike picture hit my memory with a big stick.

  7. Twoowoo says:

    “Japanieces,” even.

Leave a Reply