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Apr. 3rd, 2007 @ 12:07 am Rant #10
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From:padawansguide
Date:April 3rd, 2007 03:09 pm (UTC)
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Gee, why would Jane have a problem committing to the "worst womanizer of the bunch"? ;-)

Seriously though, O' Anonymous Ranter (hee hee, I totally know who you are!) - I don't think Jane was in the wrong for wanting to have a career, thoughclearly that had an impact on the relationship, because Paul clearly wanted a certain kind of woman who was there for him in a certain way. I think the 60s were a very different time and many women did have to chose career over marriage. Hopefully there were a few enlightened guys back then who did not make their significant others choose, but I suspect the Beatles were not that enlightened. Today is different and I don't think women have to choose career over relationship, and thank God for that!

I doubt Jane has any regrets over her choice, especially after catching Paul in the act. I don't know why Paul didn't cheat on Linda - either Linda was just the one and Jane wasn't, or Paul was just ready to grow up and move on from that behavior - not sure which. But I don't think Jane and Paul were right for each other.



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From:padawansguide
Date:April 3rd, 2007 06:11 pm (UTC)
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I guess I just think it's sad that Jane's wanting a career affected their relationship. Paul was away a great deal of the time too, but it's never said that his career impacted their relationship, because he's a man, and thus it's ok for him to have a career. It's just a bit of a double standard I guess!

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