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Folks--it's called AN OPINION- you can disagree, no problem. total respect. But to dismiss, insult, belittle etc simply because you think differently- well then F You.
Think of IORR as a "China shop" right now.
What animal is viewed with the most animosity in a China shop?
seriously? some of you are so frail and precious that merely voicing a (heartfelt) opinion about the show going on causes such fervor and hate?
I think you should take a deep breath and stop jumping up and down...that's just my opinion.
Maybe one final tribute concert with special guests Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor at Hyde Park, then one final bow?
Not that my opinion matters, but here it is. Pull the plug on the US tour. Plan a couple of tribute type Stones shows in the UK for 2022 with appearances from Bill and Mick and multiple drummers sort of like the Ginger Baker Tribute. The US tour is jinxed and pushing through it in these times is a mistake.
RIP Charlie, you brought a lot of happiness to so many people in your lifetime.
Sympathy to the Watts family during this time.
I know this will just be another post in this soon to be very long thread. I'm from Germany and 22 years old and the Rolling Stones bought so much joy to my life, with even one concert resulting in me getting together with my first girlfriend.
Those 10 concerts I've been to are all just memories now, and Charlie was part of all of them, one time even one of his sticks hitting my hand, which I sadly didn't get to take home. I'm writing this in tears right now as I was just so excited to see him back in 2022 in Europe and make new amazing meories. This just comes as a shock. I can't put into words what I feel as all those memories go through my head. All those questions about my favourite drummer of all time and my favourite band.
Rest in peace Charlie. You gave my life so much. I will play your music loud tonight.