Of music and blogging.
Lemme go OOOUUUT like a blister in the Su-Un..
I love to revisit the 80’s from time to time.
That really has no bearing on anything except me playing a little music while I blog.
Tainted Lo-Oove … Don’t TOUUCH me PLEEZE, I cannot stand the way you..TEEZE
I’d be doing the “Carlton Dance” from “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” if I wasn’t typing. (Okay- pecking and backspacing a lot would be a more accurate description.)
The heat finally broke, with the promised cold front shepherding in a flock of pastel clouds just in time for sunset.
All I could think of (besides “wow”) was- Very “Velvet Elvis”.
In my warped little mind, the only thing missing was the ghost ship across the moon and the King taking a dump on the throne, backstopped by vague images of wolves howling at some forlorn memory of the biker who cut a few lines, chased it with a fifth of Jack, and rode off in the dark never to be seen again.
Not to poke fun of Mother Nature- who does marvelous work in my opinion- but rather, those cheesy tee-shirts seen at NASCAR races and roadside stands.
When I was a kid, the roadside stands would sell these paintings done on black velvet that were- to say the least- abhorrent to the eye, unless you had just done a lot of acid. At that point, I’m sure that and a blacklight kept you inside for a week.
Mostly, all I really remember about the seventies was the onset of puberty, avocado green shag carpet and burnt orange appliances. As a result, the very sight of shag carpet produces a spontaneous erection, and I begin to fear that I’ll be called up to the blackboard to my everlasting chagrin, while the girl with the Dorothy Hamil haircut points and laughs.
I spent my formative years in the
I never had a Dorthy Hamil haircut.
Last time I recall you still don't stay away from the beach, and your still looking at the young girls..lol(at least for your vacations)
Which probably means I'll get horny and desperate- And do something stupid soon.
I hope you keep that stupidity to a low level.
I really thought you might have the answer to The Good Neighbor question..not to worry. I shall figure it out.