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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Hey It’s Saturday!

Well, Saturday Night, actually.

Remember these guys?

It’s Rollermania!

Don’t even act like you’re not singing along. Because you know you are.

14 comments:

  1. Now THAT was truly evil.

    I need some brain bleach.

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  2. Just try to get that out of your head, you'll be singing that all day.

    All day.

    S. A. T. U. R. D. A. Y. Night!

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  3. Goddamnit, Jim - all I had to do was read your last line in that comment and now it's in my head!

    S. A. T. U. R. D. A. Y. Night!

    "Come on Eileen,
    I swear (well he means) At this moment you mean everything..."

    There, take that!

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  4. Aaaaaaaaah! Must. Not. Sing. Come. On. Eileen. Nononono.

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  5. Those are people who died...Died...DIED...DIED!

    What? That one doesn't fit the theme?

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  6. (I may have some superfluous "died"s in there.)

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  7. I thought it was "dyed" not "died"

    It was the 70's after all.

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  8. Actually, it was 1980 when The Jim Carroll Band released "People Who Died."

    So there.

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  9. Here, wash your brain out with this.

    I love that video and the song.

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  10. Like the brain wash. Almost worth thinking about guys in capri pants;)

    cass_m

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  11. How serendipitous. On Thursday I saw a very surreal version of this song which featured guest vocals by Ann Margaret and an elderly audience. You have been warned:

    http://video.yahoo.com/watch/7524236/19938661

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  12. Your warning, Mensley, was insufficient.


    However, it must be said that Anne Margret's outfit was awesome. Just. Awesome.

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  13. HOLY SHIT!

    Where the hell did they find that audience?

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  14. Ah, the Bay City Rollers. I had posters of them from all over my bedroom walls :D

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