I file this one under Italo, Sub-Genre – Bodymap Classics
Big ups to Bob Renk for sending us this mind hurting video.
1. This is not a lost French and Saunders sketch.
2. The Petticoat 5 was real.
As far as specialty computers go, the only one I can think of that might be anything would be, “The SeniorMac” by APPLEsauce, because for one thing, I can’t even read these tiny letters on this gigantic screen anymore. Honestly. Not a single word…and I’m still typing. Tippy Tippy tap tap tap.
type to talk. type to blog. type to post. No talking please. Typing only.
I miss pencils.
You need it. Download it FREE FROM ME and you’ll always have it. You’re welcome. If you are lucky enough to be falling in love then even the lyrics are perf. If you are everything else besides falling in love then just enjoy the groove. This is the Fantasy/Honey Special 12″ Version – Two Tons Of Fun are Martha Wash and Izora Armstead. check em rule. That’s just undisputed truth. This catchy cutie was written by Eric Robinson and Victor Orsborn. It was produced by the great Harvey Fuqua. The year was 1980.
Morris W. and Fannie B. Haft Auditorium
Marvin Feldman Center, Second Floor
The fifteenth annual fashion symposium, Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch, will explore the creative links between Bartsch’s 30 years of sartorial self-expression and its influence on the global fashion scene.
Twenty speakers will discuss the impact and the influence that Susanne Bartsch has had on fashion and nightlife. Speakers include Simon Doonan (Creative Ambassador-at-Large of Barneys New York), Stephen Jones (milliner), and Peter McNeil (professor at University of Technology Sydney and at Stockholm University).
Admission to the symposium is free!
Oct 23rd – 2-5pm
Joey Arias and Dr. Peter McNeil, in conversation”
Zaldy and Dr. Valerie Steele, in conversation
Waleed Khairzada and Jessica Grindstaff, in conversation
Jeffrey Hinton and Billy Beyond (Erb), in conversation, followed by a screening of the film 80’s Is a Blur, by Jeffrey Hinton
I love any song that’s asking, “How can I not be crazy yet?”
Too much thyme will ruin anything. It’s strong – you have to be careful. But I’ll tell you one thing, a little sprig right on top of a Pina Colada (virgin or not) will blow your mind – just don’t get too much of it…on your hands…because then you’d have…too much thyme…on your hands…yeah.
This is basically a straight forward disco format here. I need that boulder shoulder jumpsuit. Very nice.
You don’t even need to share a cab! This will take you there. The spirit’s in it ( As Patty Says )