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Starr Asks Fans Not To Write

Saying he no longer has time to respond, drummer Ringo Starr announced that he would not accept any more fan mail or objects to be signed after Oct. 20. What do you think?
  • "But it's not just Ringo. I've been writing to George Harrison, and he hasn't responded, either."

    Charles Bent Systems Analyst
  • "Oh, man, then I better hurry over there with this subpoena."

    Carrie Masterson Process Server
  • "Well, that's the end of the Ringo Starr trade. At last I can sell my station wagon and not have to sit in the hot sun at flea markets all summer anymore."

    Jeff Ridges Flea Market Vendor

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