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Re: Roger calling it quits?

Is it possible that he meant to say or it was taken out of context...

---It is a fitting way to end the LAST year of the band, one of uncertainty?
(the context was past tense?  not saying it is the last as a future
reference as it is written)

Just a thought.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Schrade, Scott" <sschrade@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <thewho@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: Roger calling it quits?

> > Just noticed the following post on O&S.
> >
> > For those of you in Britain, there is a short piece on Roger on Channel
> > 4 Teletext page 351.  He basically says that he hopes the new album is
> > a fitting way to end the last year of the band, and that he still feels
> > the presence of John and Keith on stage."
> >
> > The plot thickens?
> This is getting confusing.  What's "Teletext page 354" mean in the above
> post?  And now, on Pete's chatboard, someone posted this:
> ==========
> According to a report of a RD interview in the London Evening Standard The
> Who will finish this year.  Roger is quoted as saying that,
> "We`re determined to give our last year in the business the best shot
> got"
> It also says that The Who`s new album will mark their last year together.
> ==========
> Roger recently mentioned the "John & Keith's presence" thing in an Evening
> Standard blurb a few days back.  And he talked about Pete's arrest.  But
> no mention in that article of this being "the last year" of The Who.
> - SCHRADE in Akron
> The Council For Secular Humanism
> http://www.secularhumanism.org/