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Enter the Find Ringo Sweeps for a Chance to Win

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Are you a Ringo Starr super fan?  Do you want a chance to win a Ringo Starr Fan Pack? All you have to do is post on the ‘Find Ringo’ topic below and you will be entered into the sweepstakes!

We have hidden nine Ringo Starr images throughout the October/November issue of AARP The Magazine. Tell us where you think they are in your post below. Just by posting you will be entered to win one of ten Ringo Starr Fan Packs valued at $50.

Fan Pack includes:  One (1) hardcover copy of the Ringo Starr book ‘Photograph’, one (1) set of Ringo Starr promotional drumsticks and one (1) tote bag.

Here’s how to enter:

1. Sign in or register with AARP
2. Post to the ‘Find Ringo’ discussion board
3. That’s it. You have entered the sweepstakes.

Enter today, contest ends December 10, 2015. See Official Rules and Terms of Service.

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Forgot to list the page numbers for RINGO contest:
2, 11, 12, 22, 42, 60, 78, 90, 92
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I totally agree.
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Loved the Beatles from first time I heard their music in the early 60's. Ringo seems to have a great attitude as he matures and loves being a granddad. Keep on keepin' on!
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So, they don't want us to id where the pics of Ringo are in the mag? Oh well.
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Ringo can be found on page 2,13, 14, 2 on page 18.  64, 84, and 94

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Ringo is on the following pages 2, 14, 18, 22, 42, 64, 84, 94, 96
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Always loved the BEATLES and watched 'A Hard Days Night' and 'HELP' and always thought Ringo was the actor in the group.  Loved in  AHDN the scene where  Ringo went off and took photographs.  Excited about his induction into Rok and Roll Hall of Fame. Sang along happily!

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The Beatles were so influential.  They 'revolutionized' music but also our culture!  The Beatles, 4 individually talented young men, whose as a group exceeded the sum of their parts.  RINGO, our favorite, always brought a smile to our faces.

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I don't understand how this works.  Am I responding to someone who already posted or am I posting something that will give me an entry?

 

Ringo is on pages 2, 13, 14, 22, 42, 64, 84, 94 and 96

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Long time fan I have had the chance to se all of Ringo's All-Starr tours sans one.  Also saw the Beatles twice the first time in Las Vegas 5th row from the stage and the second at the Hollywood Bowl.  Just love 'em.  The Ringo photo appears on the following pages of November/December issue of AARP:  Pages 2,13, 14, 22, 42, 64, 84, 94, 96.

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We have always loved Ringo!

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We found Ringo on pages: 2, 13, 14, 22, 42, 64, 84, 94, 96.

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Ringo's photo is on pages 2, 13, 14, 22, 42, 64, 84, 94, 96. Saw him in concert in 2000!

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Ringo found on pages 2, 13, 14, 18, 22, 42, 64, 84, 96

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I've found the following Ringos:

1  p92 among the heads behind Ben Stiller

2  p90 beneath the crossword answers

3  p22 on the 100 dollar bill

4  p78 at the gate behind the sailors

5  p62 among the ladies in India

6  p42 at the top of the skewer

7  p2 (which was the given one)

8  p11 at the top of the page

9  p12 at the bottom behind Marcia Gay Harden

 

Wish me luck 🙂

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found Ringo on pages: 2,11,12,22,42,62,78,90,92

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Looking forward to receiving my Ringo memoir, Photograph. Those were the days!

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On the cover page there is a ring.
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I'm a Beatles fan since 1964. Best music ever. I found Ringo pictures on pages 2, 11, 12, 22, 62, 42, 78, 92, and 90. Would love to have this memoir!!!
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I learned about music and the Beatles with my sister listening to her stereo in her bedroom. I still remember all the homemade posters she made of the Beatles hanging on her walls. Thanks aarp magazine for showcasing Ringo Starr in this month's issue and letting me go down a "long and windy road" of my childhood!

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I first noticed Ringo on page 90. He has always been very cute! After reading about the sweepstakes, I started looking for more cute faces. I found Ringo on pages 2, 12, 22, 42, 62, 78, 90, 92, What a fun sweepstakes!
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I saw ALL the Ringos on pages 2, 11, 12, 22, 42, 62, 78, 90 and 92. Is this how you enter??  SO confused....

Kay Creed

kfcreed@gmail.com

 

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I found the pictures of Ringo on pages 11,12,22,42,62,78,90,92.

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I FOUND RINGO!  pages 2, 11, 12, 22, 42,  62, 78, 90, and 92. do the two pictures on page 16 count?  Karen

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I FOUND RINGO!  pages 2, 11, 12, 22, 42,  62, 78, 90, and 92. do the two pictures on page 16 count?  Karen

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Found all the Ringo faces in the AARP magazine!  I have a fond childhood memory of a young Ringo in "A Hard Days Night"  gloomily walking solo with "This Boy" playing in the background. What  Ringo's drumming added to a Beatles song  can be compared to icing on a cake.  Ringo Keep Rockin!!

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I've always enjoyed the Beatles. Ringo seemed the most level headed of the group.
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