Paul McCartney to postpone all the June schedules in America to October too


Following up this article..


On 5/20/2014, a spokesman for Paul McCartney announced he is going to cancel all the rests of the shows in Japan. The illness is described as “inflammation by virus”, but none of the details are stated.


He postponed the shows of 5/17 and 5/18, but decided to cancel them, the show on 5/21 of Tokyo National Stadium and 5/24 of Nagai Stadium.

His physical condition hasn’t been improved and doctors ordered to focus on resting.

(Paul McCartney to cancel all the shows in Japan [URL])


On 6/9/2014, it is announced on his website that he is going to postpone the concerts scheduled this June in America to October.

Paul states, “I’m sorry but it’s going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again.”.

The detailed symptoms are not explained.


He cancelled all the concerts in Japan and South Korea. Originally he was supposed to start the American tour from Lubbock, TX on 6/14/2014, but all the concerts from 6/14 to 6/26/2014 will be rescheduled to October.



You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


Français :

Paul McCartney reporte toute sa programmation aux USA de juin sur octobre


Suivi de l’article :

Le 20 mai2014, un porte-parole de Paul McCartney a déclaré qu’ils allaient annuler tous les autres concerts prévus au Japon. Sa maladie est décrite comme “une inflammation d’origine virale” mais aucun détail n’est précisé.

Il avait repoussé les spectacles des 17 et 18 mai mais ils ont décidé de tous les annuler, ainsi que celui prévu le 21 au stade national de Tokyo et celui du 24 mai au stade de Nagai.
Son état physique ne s’est pas amélioré et les médecins ont exigé qu’il se consacre à son repos.
(Paul McCartney annule tous ses spectacles au Japon)

Le 9 juin 2014, il est dit sur son site  web qu’il repousse sur octobre tous ses concerts prévus pour juin en Amérique.
Paul écrit “Je suis désolé mais c’est parti pour qu’il y ait quelques semaines de plus avant qu’on puisse à nouveau faire du rock en Amérique”.
Le détail de ses symptômes ne sont pas communiqués.

Il avait annulé tous ses concerts au Japon et en Corée du Sud. A l’origine il devait commencer une tournée en Amérique le 14 juin 2014 à Lubbock, au Texas, mais tous les concerts entre le 14 et le 26 juin 2014 sont reportés en octobre.

Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

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  3. Mr. Duff might like this article:

    Quote: “Asked what he remembers most about June 16, 1958, Bill Clark said simply, “Everything.”

    That was the date of the worst nuclear accident in Oak Ridge history, and it changed his life. Clark is the only remaining survivor of the eight men who received severe doses of radiation in the criticality accident — an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction — at the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant. Now 81 years old, he still thinks about that day and his frightening encounter with radiation.”

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    1. Taking over wher Bill left off, I see. If you don’t have anything interesting to say, fuck off.

  4. Mark Twain … on swearing

    The idea that no gentleman ever swears is all wrong. He can swear and still be a gentleman if he does it in a nice and benevolent and affectionate way.
    – Private and Public Morals speech, 1906

    When angry count four; when very angry, swear.
    – Pudd’nhead Wilson’s Calendar

    There ought to be a room in every house to swear in. It’s dangerous to have to repress an emotion like that.
    – Mark Twain, a Biography

    Under certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer.
    – Mark Twain, a Biography

    http www twainquotes com/ (Profanity) html

      1. Let us swear while we may, for in Heaven it will not be allowed.
        – Notebook, 1898

        He began with that word “H”. That’s a long word and a profane word. I don’t remember what the word was now, but I recognized the power of it. I had never used that language myself, but at that moment I was converted. It has been a great refuge for me in time of trouble. If a man doesn’t know that language he can’t express himself on strenuous occasions. When you have that word at your command let trouble come.
        – Speech, 19 February 1908

        All through the first ten years of my married life I kept a constant and discreet watch upon my tongue while in the house, and went outside and to a distance when circumstances were too much for me and I was obliged to seek relief. I prized my wife’s respect and approval above all the rest of the human race’s respect and approval. I dreaded the day when she should discover that I was but a whited sepulcher partly freighted with suppressed language. I was so careful, during ten years, that I had not a doubt that my suppressions had been successful. Therefore I was quite as happy in my guilt as I could have been if I had been innocent.
        – Mark Twain’s Autobiography

        Profanity is more necessary to me than is immunity from colds.
        – Letter to Orion Clemens, 14 May 1877

        …quadrilateral, astronomical, incandescent son-of-a-bitch.
        – Letter to William Dean Howells, 13 February 1903

        When you’re mad, count four; when you’re very mad, swear! But most of us don’t wait to count four! at least I don’t!
        – quoted in A Lifetime with Mark Twain: The Memories of Katy Leary

    1. Biblically, how does one restore life to a “bag of dead bones”?
      Tell them the truth.

      1. I can’t answer your question, but there is some good music …

        ‘Ezekiel Saw The Wheel’, The Charioteers, https ://

        ‘Dry Bones: Exekiel Saw The Wheel’ (1953) – By The Missionary Quartet
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