<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Let's say that she got half of his reported $1.5 billion. I realize
> that $750,000
ooooops that is supposed to be "....I realize that $750,000,000 is
not too much money..."
is not too much money, certainly not as much as most
> people commenting on how this will impact poor Paul make. But I think
> if he really kept his eye on his money, and made certain that every
> time he used the atm machine he actualy wrote it down in his
> checkbook, he should be okay.
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Sal Sunshine <salsunshine@>
> > I don't understand it either, esp. since all the other Beatles went
> > through divorces and, as far as I know, nobody lost their shirts.
> > they all have prenups? Doubtful, since at least John and Ringo got
> > married before they became famous.
> > Sal
> > On May 18, 2006, at 2:36 PM, authfriend wrote:
> > > But I don't quite understand the buzz about how much
> > > money he's going to lose. Is she suing him? They've
> > > said the separation is amicable. Why does everybody
> > > assume she's going to take him for as much as she can
> > > get?
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