"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008




  1. I see that you have posted footage of the last time that I had danced back in the 70's. This is exactly what I was talking about with you before. I thought that this was a private matter between me,and you , and all of the kind folks listed on your site meter. How humulating.

    Oh it's a true statement that the same people that laugh with you , will laugh at you as well.

  2. ROFLMAO, too!!

    Can you see where the SNL writers get their material?

  3. Forgot to mention, the guy way back in the center forgets the moves when the song begins! LOL!

  4. Nuh uuuhhhhhhhhhh!!!!! this is HYSTERICAL!!!

    Can you believe that these people were serious when they DID this thing????? LOL

    BTW, what kind of grammar is this: "Are you just pretender?" Sounds like Hindglish to me! Hey, maybe this is bollywood produced! ;)

  5. I just can't get over this one:0)

    Say, check out how the lead male singer exits the stage between 2:28 and 2:29.

    "But what about tomorrow." LOL!!

  6. Tom - I know! I cannot get over it either. The choreography is priceless.

  7. OMIGOSH! This is where "two wild and crazy guys" came from!

  8. I had to come back and watch it again. Once was not enough.

    I do think the outfit the lead girl singer is wearing is cute.. sort of 1950's...

  9. "Yeah, it looks pretty sweet. It looks awesome. That suit, it's... it's incredible."

  10. Where do I begin?
    The woman reminds me of the barmaid from Cheers, and the chorus line may well have been the inspiration for Le Ballet Trocadero de Monte Carlo. "Gallumphing" is the kindest word.
    I suspect this has survived because choreography professors use it as an object lesson.

  11. Come to think of it, the man looks like the singer for Blue Swede, if anyone remembers them.

  12. Jeannette9:31 AM

    My teenage daughters asked me if I ever used to dance like that. I assured them I didn't, but they think I am pretender.


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