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Today's Poll: 04/21/2015

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At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction Yoko Ono dubbed Ringo Starr "the most influential Beatle". Who do you think is the most influential Beatle? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Ringo Starr
George Harrison
Paul McCartney
John Lennon
Other/Undecided (explain in comments)
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christina1984
on 04/21/15
dont know the beetles
Nascarfan15
on 04/21/15
John Lennon
kestril00
on 04/21/15
grew up in the Beattles era and was never a fan...who cares?
Swaagmaster1
on 04/21/15
s
MJRMedia
on 04/21/15
Nascarfan15 liked this  
IMAGINE! ... by far the most performed and influential song of 20th century - by John Lennon. IMAGINE: A world at peace without the barriers of borders or the divisiveness of religions and nationalities, and consider the possibility that the focus of humanity should be living a life unattached to material possessions.
QULO
on 04/21/15
Nascarfan15 liked this  
Before my time, so I don't know...
leemckee05
on 04/21/15
Not really a fan so I don't have a clue
BruisedEggplant
on 04/21/15
I don't care enough to have an opinion
kschember
on 04/21/15
I have no idea...they were before my time.
katkar
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
cant pic one
Moraed
on 04/21/15
Nascarfan15 and 1 others liked this  
Uh...not Ringo. :|
red0269
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven liked this  
Can't just pick one all
thekinetic
on 04/21/15
Lennon, he wrote 95% of their music!
elvisfreak
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 2 others liked this  
I think each one contributed equally but in different ways. Together, they made the Beatles. I cannot imagine anyone else in that group.
JAKG
on 04/21/15
lgengoii and 1 others liked this  
Waiting for someone to complain, "Where's the Pete Best option"?
clueless46060
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven liked this  
There was one that was more influential? I don't think so. There's no I in team.
jersma
on 04/21/15
funny how the results are going. most of the young'uns today havent a clue who the beatles are or what they stood for back in the '60's
etjada
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
Their influence was as a group -with all the individualities of their members
CaptainCrouton
on 04/21/15
Is the cockroach a beetle? I would vote for that one.
CaptainCrouton
on 04/21/15
SusanH98 liked this  
Nope, the cockroach is not a beetle. But the ladybug is. So I'd say that one is most influential. It even has a poem. "Ladybug ladybug, fly away home."
foodiepatootie
on 04/21/15
clueless46060 liked this  
I like their music, but I couldn't care less who people think is 'more influential.'
hrtheisen
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
no one was more influential, they werew a team and worked well off each other
avonmom74
on 04/21/15
clueless46060 liked this  
have no idea
judeh
on 04/21/15
I would say it's even with John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Apparently they worked very well together.
awedrxyg879
on 04/21/15
I like the Beatles just don't listen to them on a regular basis
kayanam123
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven liked this  
all of them
mindstreamswag
on 04/21/15
None...
KRAZIKAT
on 04/21/15
All are ICONS!
sashashimp
on 04/21/15
don't care because this is a stupid question!!!
angel351977
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
I don't think any of them are any better than the rest. They were all a very important part of the group.
zoom25
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven liked this  
George had the best solo albums.
Auggren
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 4 others liked this  
I wouldn't put any one above the other.
MRTOMSERVO
on 04/21/15
LouiseFred liked this  
I cant stand the beatles
twlite
on 04/21/15
Not sure
pammeyepoo
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
Without each, they would not have contributed what made The Beatles so influential. I cannot say that one was more influential than another. Some may have been less vocal, others more so, at times.
LoveysbyLea
on 04/21/15
All of them as "Beatlemania" made the group popular.
Dillo1960
on 04/21/15
dboothe2525 and 6 others liked this  
The dung beetle is most influential. No wait the lady bug, this is too hard.
Swizzlenut
on 04/21/15
pammeyepoo liked this  
I can relate to the dung beetles plea, i am also knee deep in feces on a regular basis because of the people i work with.
Lrcoop23
on 04/21/15
i don't know.
KhromePink
on 04/21/15
I really don't know much about any of the Beatles, as I've never been a fan of them. I've honestly only listened to about one song of theirs, and that's where it ends. For all I know, they could have done wonderful things, but they aren't in any history books I've read. Plus, I'm not a huge Beatles fan, so I'm not informed enough to say who was "the most influential Beatle".
-Other/Undecided
Nancy1357
on 04/21/15
Have no idea.
SOgrandma
on 04/21/15
MRTC821 and 4 others liked this  
Never liked Yoko Ono. I think she was a bad influence on John Lennon.
Velezgi
on 04/21/15
thebookmaven and 1 others liked this  
I think she gets a bad wrap overall. Not a big fan of her caterwauling but I don't think she was a bad person.
CNSninja
on 04/21/15
I hope you've seen the bit Bill Burr did about Yoko Ono performing with John Lennon and Chuck Berry. A fan animated it on YouTube and it's absolutely HILARIOUS!
samf36
on 04/21/15
don't know don't care.
GrandmaRita
on 04/21/15
Never gave it much thought. Enjoyed some of their music growing up.
Velezgi
on 04/21/15
pammeyepoo liked this  
Emergent properties of the Beatles, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Unlike say an N*SYNC or a Menudo where breakaway stars are bigger and more influential separately.
Caspita
on 04/21/15
A lot of their music is too dark and moody for me. Not a fan.
jcerr
on 04/21/15
I never thought any of them as influential...
1polcat
on 04/21/15
pammeyepoo liked this  
love em all
zephyr359
on 04/21/15
pammeyepoo liked this  
I chose "other". They influenced the world as a group -- Beatlemania! :)
But, for me personally I'd choose John Lennon due to his lovely song "Imagine".
CNSninja
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 liked this  
Sadly, John Lennon was nothing like the personification applied to him largely due to that song... :(
On another note, interestingly enough, "Imagine" is one of John Lennon's LEAST imaginative tunes...
It's still one of my favorites anyway.
Velezgi
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 liked this  
Imagine was more about forgetting barriers, forgoing what has stratified and separated everyone.


Kind of like Steve Martin's wish for all the children of the world to join hand and sing a song in the spirit of harmony. What better song than Imagine? I guess We Are The World works too, but you get my point.
JustRamblingOn
on 04/21/15
Other...I think they each had an impact on the world. And I think that as a group they had the biggest influence.
HimechanKK
on 04/21/15
Other/Undecided - I wasn't even born/around during their big time to give a better input.

I'm not really sure who was the most influential Beatle as they all seemed to of been special in their own way(s). If it wasn't for one or the other, they probably wouldn't of gotten as big as they did. ;)
onslaught616
on 04/21/15
None. There was really nothing special about them. Just right place, right time.

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