Saturday, March 21, 2015

Saturday Night Dance Party!



This is how I am feeling right now.

Dance like no one's watching.

Sing like no one's listening.


"And We Danced" - and danced and danced and danced!


SPRING IS FINALLY HERE!  Welcome 6 inches of fresh new snow. :(

PS - tru fax: my parental units used to take my younger sister and I to this drive-in theater in the 60s.  It's now a fucking shopping center (boooooooooooooooo!).  And The Hooters are a Philly group, so you betta RECOGNIZE!

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  1. M'ning, A.M.,
    Regretfully this video, to which you've go some allegiance, isn't playing, so I'll have to catch up on it by other means.
    I see 'The Hooters' only had one moderate 'hit' here, 'Satellite' getting to our #22 in 1987, but can't say I remember it.

    No special news here, 'cept that though it's Spring (ushered in by close-to-total solar eclipse here, though obscured by thick cloud in these parts, wouldn't you know it!) temps here too are lower than they ought to be - but at least it's snow-less. Come on, sun - do what you're there for!
    Hope all are well and are just about to embark on a fab w/e.
    See ya later,
    Byeeeeeee!

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    1. no spring OR eclipse here. today the sun came out and melted 4 of the 6 inches of snow.

      how is little tortie?

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  2. I can honestly say, I though id never complain in my life about another 6".

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  3. Great tune to start the weekend!

    We're cool today, and rainy tomorrow, but not near as cold--and not a lick of snow--so I won't complain .... much.

    Maddie. Six inches. =)

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    1. that's our maddie, the size queen...(wink wink nudge nudge)

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  4. We only got a little over 4" here.
    I've never heard of "The Hooters" before today but I have been on the Lincoln Highway. 8-)

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    1. it DOES look like everyone had fun making that video, doesn't it?

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  6. I didn't know they were a Philly band. How cool it that? With new snow you don't have the spend the weekend on garden clean up like I do.

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  7. I hate their food, but they were a great sponsor in NASCAR. Oh, wait. You mean the band! ;-)

    Johnny B is a great song, too.

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    1. bwhahahahahahahaha!

      ate at a hooters once; da boobs did NOTHING for me! ;-)

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  8. I'm sorry sweetie, I don't remember the Hooters either! But I have fond memories of being taken to our local drive-in movie theatre as a child in the 60s. There are very few of them left anywhere. :-(

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    1. oh well, add a new song to your collective memory. not too many drive-ins left down here either; most of them are out in the west.

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  9. I moved to Florida in the fall of 1977, I can't remember any drive inns in Florida, There were a couple of them near the farm in Michigan (near as in withing 15 miles.)

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    1. none at all? interesting! the exton drive-in was about 20 minutes from the parental unit's house. in the opposite direction from their house was the main line drive in. we visited both, depending on what movie they were playing.

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  10. Neat tune, hadn't heard it before.....! Shopping centre's are dumped on us everywhere, our town's hardly recognizable to some.

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    1. and it sux dirty donkey dick! who needs more damn stores to buy the same damn cheap-ass junk?

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