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(Daily Mail)   After death of girlfriend, Mick Jagger comforted by very ordinary eldest daughter whose mom inspired Brown Sugar. "He's never been one for needy women. And Karis has never asked him for anything. Not one thing - unlike all his other children"   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 62
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2014-03-30 12:30:18 AM
She's my age.  I wonder how many half-siblings she ended up with?
 
2014-03-30 12:53:23 AM
That is one classy lady.
 
2014-03-30 01:25:16 AM
Could that headline be any longer?
 
2014-03-30 01:25:48 AM
Mick's dad looks younger than he does ;)

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2014-03-30 01:37:27 AM

SpinStopper: Mick's dad looks younger than he does ;)

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x746]


That's a 2001 picture.. I'm guessing Dad doesn't look so good now.
 
2014-03-30 01:41:58 AM
The music died, unqualified.  What else has he got?

Leave him be.
 
2014-03-30 02:10:57 AM
That's his dad? I thought it might have been the 'special' Jagger sibling that used to live in the attic before Mick got rich.
 
2014-03-30 02:17:06 AM

Alphax: SpinStopper: Mick's dad looks younger than he does ;)

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x746]

That's a 2001 picture.. I'm guessing Dad doesn't look so good now.


Especially since he's dead now.
 
2014-03-30 02:21:01 AM
 
2014-03-30 02:21:24 AM

SpinStopper: Alphax: SpinStopper: Mick's dad looks younger than he does ;)

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x746]

That's a 2001 picture.. I'm guessing Dad doesn't look so good now.

Especially since he's dead now.


I thought that very likely.. he looks rather like my paternal grandfather did, who died at the age of 94.
 
2014-03-30 02:22:29 AM
Mick sounds like an incredible douche in this article, trying to evade responsibility for his numerous byblows and then demanding they all come support him when his 50th girlfriend dies. And what is up with shaming his other kids for asking for help from their multimillionaire dad? Seriously, the rich are bizarre.
 
2014-03-30 02:40:23 AM
So Brown Sugar is about sex with black girls!
 
2014-03-30 02:54:31 AM

deadsanta: Mick sounds like an incredible douche in this article, trying to evade responsibility for his numerous byblows and then demanding they all come support him when his 50th girlfriend dies. And what is up with shaming his other kids for asking for help from their multimillionaire dad? Seriously, the rich are bizarre.


Sometimes, the people who produce our entertainment content are not so nice in private life. Which is kind of weird. You like their music, writing, whatever and think they must be something special - just to find out they're a bit of a coont.
 
2014-03-30 03:14:37 AM

deadsanta: Mick sounds like an incredible douche in this article, trying to evade responsibility for his numerous byblows and then demanding they all come support him when his 50th girlfriend dies. And what is up with shaming his other kids for asking for help from their multimillionaire dad? Seriously, the rich are bizarre.


When you're 70 years old, feeling your own mortality, and your much younger partner commits suicide, you would probably reach out to your family for support as well.

/Well, we all need someone we can lean on...
 
2014-03-30 04:09:45 AM
TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.
 
2014-03-30 04:45:00 AM
Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.
 
2014-03-30 05:24:37 AM

petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.


O_o
 
2014-03-30 06:24:36 AM

petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.


There's a difference in him doing something because he wants to, and her asking for it.  Especially if she didn't.
 
2014-03-30 06:31:44 AM
I'm not generally the type to give a fark about celebrities' lives but I liked this article. I've lost loved ones and have had support from people I didn't expect it from so I can relate.
 
2014-03-30 06:31:55 AM

Alphax: That's a 2001 picture.. I'm guessing Dad doesn't look so good now.


Made it to 93, though. Good run.
 
2014-03-30 06:34:31 AM
After he gets over his grieving, he should put up his profile on christianmingle.com so he can meet some sexy, god-fearing babes.
 
2014-03-30 06:45:48 AM

Atomic Spunk: After he gets over his grieving, he should put up his profile on christianmingle.com so he can meet some sexy, god-fearing babes.


Sympathy for the Devil?
 
2014-03-30 06:53:20 AM
What was the old joke?  Mick Jagger and David Bowie slept together, because each of them had already slept with every woman in the UK, and weren't ready to start repeating them yet.
 
2014-03-30 07:28:05 AM

Alphax: What was the old joke?  Mick Jagger and David Bowie slept together, because each of them had already slept with every woman in the UK, and weren't ready to start repeating them yet.


That's a joke now?
 
2014-03-30 07:39:07 AM
 
2014-03-30 07:48:18 AM

markfara: Alphax: What was the old joke?  Mick Jagger and David Bowie slept together, because each of them had already slept with every woman in the UK, and weren't ready to start repeating them yet.

That's a joke now?


Yes. Not a joke:

Mick Jagger slept slept with David Bowie because he had already slept with every woman in the UK, and wasn't ready to start repeating them yet.
 
2014-03-30 08:14:09 AM

Greybrd: I'm not generally the type to give a fark about celebrities' lives but I liked this article. I've lost loved ones and have had support from people I didn't expect it from so I can relate.


Pretty much this.  I grew up in a "non traditional" and dysfunctional family. You learn to weave your own support network from an unlikely patchwork of family and friends. Money cannot buy trust or love. Good for him!
 
2014-03-30 08:15:53 AM

petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.


?? You said yourself it was a wedding present, how in the world does that spin into her not being self-sufficient?

Mick never claimed to be anyone but who he was/is. There's a lot of misinterpretation and butt-hurt in these comments. Jelly?
 
2014-03-30 08:23:15 AM
Tho the Daily Mail can often induce major eye-rolling, I really liked this article. Especially this line: "No wild parties or attending the opening of an envelope for her".

Glad he has someone to lean on. Real love can be an elusive thing; pretty sure Mick has learned that. Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.
 
2014-03-30 08:25:22 AM

jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.


Yet here you are.
 
2014-03-30 08:41:27 AM

lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.


You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.
 
2014-03-30 08:47:51 AM

lindalouwho: petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.

?? You said yourself it was a wedding present, how in the world does that spin into her not being self-sufficient?

Mick never claimed to be anyone but who he was/is. There's a lot of misinterpretation and butt-hurt in these comments. Jelly?


Must be jelly, 'cause jam don't shake that way.

/wait, what?
 
2014-03-30 08:47:57 AM

jso2897: lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.

You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.


Yeah. The "If you don't care, why are you posting?" thing is needlessly obnoxious, in my opinion.
 
2014-03-30 09:17:39 AM

Tyrone Slothrop: lindalouwho: petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.

?? You said yourself it was a wedding present, how in the world does that spin into her not being self-sufficient?

Mick never claimed to be anyone but who he was/is. There's a lot of misinterpretation and butt-hurt in these comments. Jelly?

Must be jelly, 'cause jam don't shake that way.

/wait, what?


;-)
 
2014-03-30 09:30:35 AM

jso2897: lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.

You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.


Ok, fair enough. Just wondered why you would read it. I don't follow many things "famous", but having grown up with the Stones I find the evolution of Mick interesting - that's why I read the article.
 
2014-03-30 09:36:13 AM

markfara: jso2897: lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.

You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.

Yeah. The "If you don't care, why are you posting?" thing is needlessly obnoxious, in my opinion.


Why let it bother you? Perhaps not in this case, but it's often a legit question. I think that's the first time I've written that and to his/her credit jso2897 anwered the query.
 
2014-03-30 09:44:01 AM

lindalouwho: markfara: jso2897: lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.

You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.

Yeah. The "If you don't care, why are you posting?" thing is needlessly obnoxious, in my opinion.

Why let it bother you? Perhaps not in this case, but it's often a legit question. I think that's the first time I've written that and to his/her credit jso2897 anwered the query.


See? you're doing it again. ;-)

Just a pet peeve of mine; no biggie in the ultimate scheme of things. In my book, it's one of those phrases that's just a paraphrase of "shut up." It's obnoxious, and I see it on these boards too much for my taste.

/Seeing it again most likely won't ruin my day, though.
//Have a good one.
 
2014-03-30 09:55:03 AM

markfara: lindalouwho: markfara: jso2897: lindalouwho: jso2897: Mick Jagger is a talented man who created a lot of music that I liked a lot when I was young, and I wish him the best - but I haven't the slightest need or desire to have insight into his personal tragedies or family life.

Yet here you are.

You, too.
I'm not expressing indifference, you know. Just not especially interested in the gory details - I've experienced loss in my own life, and don't need thoes details to feel empathy. Just an expression of a personal view, much like the sort that an individual might post on a public discussion forum. Hope that's OK with you.

Yeah. The "If you don't care, why are you posting?" thing is needlessly obnoxious, in my opinion.

Why let it bother you? Perhaps not in this case, but it's often a legit question. I think that's the first time I've written that and to his/her credit jso2897 anwered the query.

See? you're doing it again. ;-)

Just a pet peeve of mine; no biggie in the ultimate scheme of things. In my book, it's one of those phrases that's just a paraphrase of "shut up." It's obnoxious, and I see it on these boards too much for my taste.

/Seeing it again most likely won't ruin my day, though.
//Have a good one.


So, "doing it again" is asking a question? Good to know.

/fwiw I do see your point of view
 
2014-03-30 10:09:51 AM
So the one that turned out humble, noble and kind is the one he denied at first then had the least to do with through her formative years. Pretty telling about his influence.
 
2014-03-30 10:14:51 AM

batlock666: So Brown Sugar is about sex with black girls!


Right, that's why it's called Brown Sugar.

Everyone knows "brown" refers to Mexicans and Arabs.
 
2014-03-30 10:17:44 AM
If he doesn't want people to rely on him for anything, doesn't popping out kids with whomever would allow him in their pants defeat that purpose? Kids are supposed to ask you for things.
 
2014-03-30 10:20:09 AM

lindalouwho: Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.


They broke up prior to her ending her life.
 
2014-03-30 10:33:34 AM
The question I want answered is can Mick name all his children?
 
2014-03-30 10:35:39 AM

lindalouwho: Tho the Daily Mail can often induce major eye-rolling, I really liked this article. Especially this line: "No wild parties or attending the opening of an envelope for her".

Glad he has someone to lean on. Real love can be an elusive thing; pretty sure Mick has learned that. Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.


All the women he's pursued for the last 50 years have been those he met at wild parties or the opening of an envelope.  As he once said "you can't expect me to go with shopgirls".
 
2014-03-30 10:38:54 AM

Huggermugger: lindalouwho: Tho the Daily Mail can often induce major eye-rolling, I really liked this article. Especially this line: "No wild parties or attending the opening of an envelope for her".

Glad he has someone to lean on. Real love can be an elusive thing; pretty sure Mick has learned that. Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.

All the women he's pursued for the last 50 years have been those he met at wild parties or the opening of an envelope.  As he once said "you can't expect me to go with shopgirls".


The fark is a "shopgirl"? A girl you pick up at a shop (shoppe?)? Those British.
 
2014-03-30 10:48:05 AM

Huggermugger: lindalouwho: Tho the Daily Mail can often induce major eye-rolling, I really liked this article. Especially this line: "No wild parties or attending the opening of an envelope for her".

Glad he has someone to lean on. Real love can be an elusive thing; pretty sure Mick has learned that. Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.

All the women he's pursued for the last 50 years have been those he met at wild parties or the opening of an envelope.  As he once said "you can't expect me to go with shopgirls".


In the article that line is in reference to the daughter who is helping him.

Other than that, you are absolutely right.
 
2014-03-30 10:53:29 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: lindalouwho: Hope he recovers, probably thought he would be with L'Wren for the rest of his life.

They broke up prior to her ending her life.


What??! I haven't read that; off to dig further into articles...
 
2014-03-30 10:58:47 AM

lindalouwho: petuniapup: TFA says he bought her bungalow as a wedding present.  Maybe not a moocher, but not quite the self-sufficient daughter I anticipated.

?? You said yourself it was a wedding present, how in the world does that spin into her not being self-sufficient?

Mick never claimed to be anyone but who he was/is. There's a lot of misinterpretation and butt-hurt in these comments. Jelly?


he claimed not  to be her father.
 
2014-03-30 11:00:35 AM

rudemix: So the one that turned out humble, noble and kind is the one he denied at first then had the least to do with through her formative years. Pretty telling about his influence.


Or about her strength, and character.
 
2014-03-30 11:02:00 AM

lindalouwho: Jelly?


Of not being able to name most of my children? Highly unlikely.
 
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