To diverse gods Do mortals bow Holy Cow And Wholly Chao
I have a feeling the answer is 3 AM!
...and when Paul Sargent, a plain-clothes man from 4th street, comes in at three in the morning and busts everybody for being incredible, nobody really gets angry—just a little illiterate...
...then Savage Rose and Fixable come by and kick him in the brains and color him pink for being a phony philosopher—then the Clown comes by and screams “You phony philosopher!” and jumps on his head—Paul Sargent comes by again in an umpire’s suit and some college kid who’s read all about Nietzsche comes by and says “Nietzsche never wore an umpire’s suit” and Paul says “You wanna buy some clothes, kid?” and then Rome and John come out of the bar and they’re going up to Harlem... we are singing today of the WIPE-OUT GANG—the WIPE-OUT GANG buys, owns and operates the Insanity Factory—if you do not know where the Insanity Factory is located, you should hereby take two steps to the right, paint your teeth and go to sleep...
Sir Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono will be among the guests celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Beatles-inspired stage extravaganza 'Love' next month, reports say.
The show sees the Beatles' music, specially tailored by Sir George Martin and his son Giles, married to French Canadian troupe Cirque du Soleil's spectacular acrobatic displays.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, also set to attend the special performance on 8 June at Las Vegas's Mirage Hotel and Casino will be George Harrison's widow Olivia and Beatles producer Sir George Martin, who is musical director of the show along with son Giles.
Originally conceived by the late George Harrison, the show has had an extremely successful run since it opened in 2006. In 2007, a similar reunion took place to honour the first anniversary of 'Love'. That night Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison convened for an interview with Larry King prior to the show, which was then broadcast from the 'Love' stage.
I think my invitation got lost in the mail
Can you send a new one, guys? Wouldn't be much fun w/o me there
I can convene an interview prior to the show too!
convenire "unite, be suitable, agree, assemble," from com- "together" (see com-) + venire "to come"