Yoko Ono: Can Someone Please Make Hybrid Cars as Comfortable as My Bentley?

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago
yoko ono can someone please make hybrid cars as comfortable as my bentley

And that's it: the whole story, via contactmusic.com. While some of us have never forgiven the former Mrs. John Lennon for breaking-up the Beatles, this stunning example of political incorrectness is bound to awaken an entirely new generation of Ono detractors. You know, provided she said it. 'Cause we can't find the origin of this remark, which the aforementioned Beatles fans are sure to spread throughout cyberspace (with our help). Anyway, THIS is the time for Lexus PR to step up to the plate and promote their forthcoming 600h L. Something tells me Ms. Ono wouldn't mind accepting a free loaner in exchange for promoting the world's most expensive– and luxurious– hybrid. Of course, she'd need to keep making stupid statements to get enough publicity to make it worth their while, and God knows WHAT she might say. I dunno, something like, curry powder prevents Alzheimer's. Wait, done.

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  • Robert Schwartz Robert Schwartz on Aug 30, 2007

    "While some of us have never forgiven the former Mrs. John Lennon for breaking-up the Beatles" That would be me.

  • Donal Donal on Aug 30, 2007

    I don't think the Beatles breakup can be entirely laid at the feet of Yoko Ono. The lads were heading in radically different directions, and their egos were outgrowing their camaraderie. Patti Boyd just revealed in a tell-all that George Harrison was fooling around with several women, one of whom was Ringo's wife, Maureen. I'll bet Ringo didn't think that was Fab.

  • Gfen Gfen on Aug 30, 2007

    I don't like the Beatles. Think they're overrated. So, Yoko's past has no real issue to me. While I may not live at her level, I can't argue with her statement.

  • Dave M. Dave M. on Aug 30, 2007
    I don’t like the Beatles. Think they’re overrated. You had to be there. Anyway, Yoko didn't break up the Beatles, she just became the convenient excuse. Regardless, she was just an asterisk prior to December 8, 1980, and irrelevant since.