THE ROLLING STONES 50th
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LONDON (AP) -- Mick Jagger and the boys are getting a chuckle over some old photos of themselves. At a new exhibit in London that celebrates The Rolling Stones' 50 years together, Jagger says the pictures reveal what their attitudes were like back in 1962. He say they were just having a laugh and didn't care that much about anything. Keith Richards, meanwhile, says his biggest regret is the death in 1969 of guitarist Brian Jones, but calls the band's career, overall, "an incredible adventure."