I never said Paul or Ringo owe Pete anything. I agree that a get together, whether it's a press conference, a beer summit or better yet - a new song would be a lot of fun.
I know you didn't say that anyone owes anyone anything. The point I was making was, the way you worded the original subject line was that this is a must do before one of them dies. You are assuming one of them should want to meet.
I don't know how long you have lived. So I won't assume you have or have not experienced what I am about to describe. When a person gets older. There are parts of their life that are truly behind them. They have completely lived that experience and they have no desire to dig up any of it. The memory is at peace where it is. If you are young, it is unlikely that you have experienced this very much. If you are older, I would think that this description would resonate with you. The past is the past. Life moves on. Maybe Paul and Pete have moved on too.
By the post I wrote yesterday I indulged your fantasy.
A Press Conference??? Press Conferences are usually to announce something. What would they announce?
Beer Summit? Here let's draw as much attention to ourselves as we can. They might as well pull their pants down and show their weiners to the world. "Look at me!"
New Song, who would write it? If Paul wrote it, then that could be kind of patronizing to Pete.
Paul: "Come on Pete, you can play drums on my song."
Pete: "Go sod yourself! I don't want your sympathy."
If Pete wrote it, it would have to be really good. Then it would be such a novelty, it would be hard to take it serious.
This is why I said, just an interview. An interview on their memories of playing in Hamburg and the Cavern. No questions as to why Pete was fired.