--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Sal Sunshine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> Yeah, asking MMY perfectly obvious questions about his 4 most
> famous followers is really pushing the poor guy around.  I mean, 
> who could have predicted he'd ask that?  That awful reporter pushed 
> so hard it's a wonder MMY didn't just fall right off the brink at 
> that point.
> Why you and the other TBs here are always so annoyed by questions 
> about the Beatles or even any references to them is beyond me, 
> since without them it's unlikely most others would ever have heard 
> of MMY.

That's really amazing.  Somebody needs to get Sal to
a professional to treat her hallucinations.  She'll
no doubt be loath to part with them, though.

At least this time she quoted the post she was
hallucinating about, in which, obviously, I neither
said the reporter was "really pushing the poor guy
around," nor did I indicate the *slightest* annoyance
at his questions about the Beatles, since I wasn't
in the least annoyed by them.

> On Mar 18, 2006, at 12:12 AM, authfriend wrote:
> >  On the other hand, I didn't think MMY reacted badly
> >  (same caveat about not having seen the video).
> >  The reporters, although perfectly polite, were
> >  certainly *prodding*, and MMY simply didn't let them.
> >
> >  That's pretty much par for the course when reporters
> >  interview a Big Deal.  The reporters push, and the
> >  Big Deal pushes back and says what *he* wants to say.

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