Caught right-handed again. During interview following incident in the Philippines.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I4KPlDF-Tc
Some PIDers claim you can tell 'Faul' took over as Paul at the 8-28-66 LA Interview because he's smoking right handed. And that Paul McCartney's last interview was in Memphis a couple days earlier.
Where HE TOO smokes right handed. Funny how PIDers never mention that.
Youtube link: (skip to 2:45) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCsb3pR6tbw
And look who's drinking right-handed while Lennon apologizes for his "more popular than Jesus" remark.
using a lighter right-handed here.
I've tried to use a lighter with my left hand, just to see if I could. Mission Impossible.
Pouring a drink!
Paul eating an apple during an interview. Right and left handed.
More right-handed Photos from the vintage scan site: http://jojoplace.org/Shoebox/James_Paul_McCartney.org/
batting right handed, 1965.
Here are more right-handed Pauls from vintage Beatlemania mags.
http://www.jamespaulmccartney.org/album ... gagain.jpg
http://www.jamespaulmccartney.org/album ... otMilk.jpg
If 'Faul' is deliberately holding a cig in his right hand in this staged photo to signify that Paul McCartney is dead...
Then, shouldn't that mean the same thing in this photo?
used on the sleeve of one of their early singles.
Cig in right hand in Beatles For Sale inner gatefold image.
Next to Paul's head is Jayne Mansfield in her role as Billie, from It Takes A Thief.
both hands here, again-
He's barefoot and using his right hand here, shouldn't that mean it's a PID clue? I guess the PIDer loop-hole would be no, because he's not in a "funeral procession".
But there's still no reason why smoking right-handed in the 8-28-66 interview should mean it's 'Faul'* and all the other times he smokes right-handed (before that) it's Paul.
Either Paul McCartney was ambidextrous, meaning the use of 'Faul's' right hand should be excluded as a clue. Or there were left-handed Pauls, right-handed Pauls and ambidextrous Pauls, meaning there were multiples. You have to pick one, PIDers.
There seems to be no evidence of any 'PFauls' in any era writing or playing guitar right-handed in an image that is not flipped.
*Their other reasons for it being 'Faul' is the he was "nervous" and put his hands up to his face. Both of which are exaggerations. Besides, that would mean every time Paul is nervous or puts his hand up to his face, it means it's really Faul. Besides, why would they replace Paul when there were still public appearances to be made? They say you can tell it's when Faul took over because it was their last show and interview. If they were going to replace Paul, wouldn't the safest time to do that and really get away with it be after the tour?
He seems nervous and he has his hand up to his face here, that must mean it's "Faul".
PIDers also say you can tell it's 'Faul' in the Penny Lane promo film because he starts to hold his bass guitar as a right-hander. (though, he first grabs it as a lefty).
Well, in AHDN, he grabs for a drink during the press conference with his right hand.
and a sandwich
"Hope no one saw!"
The point of this thread is that PIDers are wrong when they say that "Paul never used his right hand for anything before 1967."
Many believe this is footage of McCartney playing a guitar right-handed (top) seen in the Anthology.
When in fact it was flipped. In the non-flipped image (bottom), we can see the hair part, lip scar and shirt buttons are in the proper place. Also, he is playing a right-handed guitar restrung for a lefty.
If it were not flipped, he would be playing a guitar upside-down, which is non-sensical.
smoking right-handed during this 1964 interview -
where he also drinks right-handed.
same thing here in 1966, smoking and drinking right-handed during an interview.
More from the PID/MH forum which were used to display 'the real Paul'.
very often drinking right handed.
I don't know about anyone else, but if I tried drinking with my non-dominant hand, it would be all over my shirt.
Paul eating an apple right-handed. If this photo had been taken after 1966 PIDers would be screaming 'Faul' from the mountain tops. But since it's 1964 they will say 'real Paul' was just using his right hand because his left was busy with something more important. And the photo isn't flipped because you can read Australia on the girl's sash and on the tray. And the jacket buttons are correct.
John seems to be holding the tray with his right hand. What was Paul doing with his left hand, tickling Ringo?
And remember he ate an apple with both of his hands in an interview this same year.
Paul smoking right handed, as usual.
Japan press conference 1966
this was before they toured America later that summer of '66.
much more right-handed smoking and eating.
Here's another shot of him holding that big cigar with his right hand.
and a wider shot of the right-handed baseball 'Paul' of 1965.
Here is a video version of this presentation: