"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela (1918 - 2013)
Sounds like a plan to me... HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!!!
you too sweetie! MWAH!
KOOL! I'll add this to next year's Bloggerama playlist for you and Superman to dance to.
oh, I think I would choose spo or the cajun or mark for a dance. but yeah, add it to the playlist!
Had to postpone playing this until a radio prog was over. Every Sat aftie we get the pop charts from two past years, and this week it was 1970 & 84. The latter was part of the happiest few years of my life - 'sunshine' years before the clouds gathered and the storm broke. Records included Laura Brannigan's 'Self Control' (Remember that? Marvellous!), Prince's 'When Doves Cry' and Frankie's 'Two Tribes' as well as the unequalled 'Relax'. Oh, what wonderful days! - AND, being the BBC, there are NO commercials!But I've now played 'Kool', limping and hopping around the floor as much as I could manage - my former foot problem, which never really went away, is again as bad as ever. But please DON'T feel sorry for me - I'll never forgive myself if I knew that you did. (Tee hee!)
oooooooh, yeah, I remember all those songs! so what happened after 84? :(I give you 50 points for getting up offa yer arse! :)
Points accepted with thanks, A.M. .After '84? I didn't mean to be cryptic but I was really referring to the thing that came along and bowled some of us over like skittles, while we lucky, surviving few tottered and got more lonely almost by the month. (In other words, the Big 'A')But also, coincidentally, the mid-late 80s was also the time I had most money - having a lucrative senior post, I could afford to fly off to various parts of Europe about 20 times a year just for 'fun-breaks', long week-ends and the like. I could do virtually anything I wanted, within reason. And here I am, over two decades later, a completely different, humbled creature, still waiting and hoping for those days to return. Ah, poor me! ;-)
the big A; damn, that's almost 30 years ago. :(
Yup, it's something that's hardly ever in the news now - partly thanks to medical advancement, which is a huge positive, though it's still powerful enough to leave lots of tragedy in its wake.Anyway, 'nuff of that - let's get back to dancing!
YEAH BABY YEAH! shake that rump!
That got me up and dancing!
YAYZ! I give you 50 points for getting up offa yer arse too! :)
We should play this next week!
FUCK YEAH! may I have the next dance? :)
I love "Kool and the Gang". They came on DWTS 2 or 3 years ago. Nice guys! I love "get down on it".
I have not put "get down on it" into my SNDP mix; that will be resolved forthwith!
no dancing for me: it's Sunday night and I am poopedI need to get my rest to come visit this November !
honey, we ALL need our beauty sleep (some of us [me!] more than others).
My mind must be failing with age. I certainly remember Kool & The Gang but this song is brand new to me. Guess I wasn't clubbing at the time. Great song.
nope, your mind isn't failing; your database is full; time to dump it. now shake that moneymaker! :)