Little Flint introduces himself, but Mother Flo keeps a protective hold around his waist. Jane Goodall extends the back of her hand, fingers turned away, telling Flo that she intends no harm
National Geographic | December 1965
Imagine all the people laughing till they’re sick. - John Lennon
Signatures collected by Stephanie Pinter, was co-president of the Dallas chapter of the National Beatles Fan Club and met The Beatles when they arrived in Dallas in September 1964
As the time passed 2am, Brian Epstein told the girls that they would need to leave soon. He asked Stephanie if she’d gotten the boys’ autographs. She admitted she was so deep in conversation with them that she hadn’t thought of it. Brian handed her his own pen and a pad of notepaper from the Cabana and told her to get their signatures. She went around to all four and collected them all on a single piece of paper. After Stephanie had gotten all four Beatles to sign, she walked over to Brian to thank him for making the meeting possible. He was very gracious and so she asked him to sign the paper as well. Stephanie said that Brian was very reluctant to sign at first because he didn’t want to mar the Beatles’ autographs with his own. Stephanie insisted that he sign, so he found a spot on the lower right-hand side of the sheet and signed along the edge, just to be sure he didn’t obscure any of the Beatles’ autographs.
i tried to draw paul mccartney’s eye
*freddie mercury voice* 1 YEAR….1K……ha! ONE GIVEAWAY!
Today, September 5th, is not only the birthday of my main man Freddie, but also the 1 year anniversary of the beginning of this blog. About a month ago, I hit 1,000 followers, so, why not give away a bunch of records I’m probably not going to listen to much anymore?
Paul McCartney, Miami Beach, 1964.