"Are you really Beatle fans?"
I gave him a look as if to say, "Uh . . . who isn't?"
He proceeded to talk about the Beatles like they were some obscure be-boop group from the 60's that no one had ever heard of.
"I was one of their biggest fans growing up. I even had tickets to see them in Toronto . . . but I didn't go because I got strep throat."
Strep throat, huh? You couldn't fight through strep throat to see the Beatles? Some fan you are!
I told him my aunt-in-law saw them at Candlestick with an air of authority as if I had actually been there myself. It had the intended affect.
"Wow! The Beatles in San Francisco?"
"Yep, 1966. It was great."
"Well, it's was sure nice talking to you."
"Anytime at all."
This video's for you, Aunt B!
(Update: I changed the video because I finally found one that was actually from the concert at Candlestick . . . still can't find Aunt B in the crowd shots, though.)