Star Trek CCG Easter Egg - Paul Rice

Look on the picture side of the card.
Right after the copyright it says "daed si laup".
This is backwards for "Paul is dead" which of course pays homage to the Beetle's famous easter egg in "I am the Walrus"

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 08-22-1999
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John Walker writes:
What's wrong with that guy above?? 'hopped along' is a perfectly good colloquialism. May I suggest the prudish pedantic pr*ck look up "manners" on the Internet. It may take him longer than three minutes to learn all about them, but its a start.
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mushtang writes:
Close, but no cigar. The phrase "daed si laup" refers to many clues the Beatles left behind pointing to the "fact" that Paul McCartney died. Not John. In one song the lyric goes "...The walrus is dead..." and on the front of the Sgt Peppers album Paul is dressed up as a Walrus. At the end of Strawberry Fields Forever the phrase "I buried Paul" (not John) is heard. Incidently the front of Abby Road shows the band dressed differently to signify a priest, a grave digger, the corpse (Paul not wearing shoes), and I forget the fourth right now. On The White Album there's a song that repeats the phrase "Number Nine" several times. Played backwards it says "Turn me on dead man." There are others, but I don't remember them all. They shouldn't be too hard to find on the web.
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Eboreg Onxre writes:
You mean the Beatles, and I think you also mean "Strawberry Fields Forever", which is supposed to contain the phrase "I buried John" in the background (weird, given the fact that John did that track)...
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mcsnee writes:
Clarification: The lyric is "Here's another clue for you all... The walrus was Paul," from "Glass Onion" on The White Album. I don't think there's a lyric anywhere that says "the walrus is dead." Also, Paul was dressed as a walrus on the cover of the Magical Mystery Tour EP, not on the cover of Sgt. Pepper.
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Apollyon writes:
the reason for this is paul was becoming a sell out and john was going weird which helped in the break up when yuko ono hopped along
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Soukey writes:
All of the Beatles death clues are compiled in several facinating books. My favorite is "The Walrus Was Paul" http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0684850621/qid=1026029397/sr=8- 1/ref=sr_8_1/103-3981921-6175054
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lewarcher writes:
Incidentally, the phrase at the end of 'Strawberry Fields Forever' is "cranberry sauce", not "I buried Paul", although the two sound similar.
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stevefah writes:
"Yoko hopped along"??? I know a lot of internet users type with foot in mouth (or brain disengaged)... but this is ridiculous. Why don't some of you people a) learn to type b) learn to write correct English (assuming you're from an English-speaking country... which assumption isn't necessarily correct on the internet) and c) look something up BEFORE you type it in. Most of this information can be found in less than 3 minutes.
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