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The Beatles Documentary

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Well, let me say the sinful part first — I am not a huge Beatles fan, and I like them; I don't live and breathe them.

And let's get this out of the way, too — holy crap, they all looked high af!

I like them and, as a music fan, am in awe of their talent and the scope of music that they created, but like…

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