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NEW YORK - Former Beatle Paul McCartney will perform with Nirvana's Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic at 12.12.12 benefit gig for Superstorm Sandy.

Here is an imaginary mashup setlist of the songs they might play tonight in New York:

1- Smells Like The Walrus

2- Come As Lady Madonna

3- Lucy In The Sky With Lithium

4- Your Mother Should Know You're Right

5- She Came In Through Molly's Window

6- Back In A USSR School

7- Mean Mr. Moustache

8- Drive My Aero Zeppelin

9- Oh Darling! Rape Me

10- I Want To Hold Your Big Cheese

11- Tomorrow Nevermind

12- Carry That Stain

13- Heart-Shaped Revolution

14- The Magical Mystery Beans

15- Happiness Is A Warm Son Of A Gun

16- I Wanna Be Your Man Who Sold The Word

17- Help! I Hate Myself I Wanna Die

18- About Another Girl

Encore:

19- All Apologies, I'm a Loser!

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Fresh graves of soldiers who died defending Ukraine at the cemetery of Bucha, near Kyiv.

Sophia Constantino, Laure Gautherin, Anne-Sophie Goninet and Bertrand Hauger

👋 Hei!*

Welcome to Wednesday, where Ukraine continues to advance on the ground while Putin officially signs annexation, Elon Musk’s Twitter bid is back on, and the Nobel in Chemistry goes to three “click chemistry” scientists. Meanwhile, Argentine writer Ignacio Pereyra has a different take on the meaning of Federer and Nadal’s recent PDA that the whole tennis world was gushing over.

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