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ESPN debuts, a dedicated network to sports fans (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network), The Soviet Union and the United States sign the Salt II Treaty, Margaret Thatcher was elected as the Prime Minister of the UK, the first snowboard was invented in the US, oil prices increase due to the crises in Iran, the Sahara desert experiences snow for 30 minutes, International Year of the Child begins, Voyager 1 photo reveals Jupiter’s rings, The Sony Walkman introduced Sony.
Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Dallas Cowboys, 35-31 in Miami Super Bowl, “The Dukes of Hazzard” premieres on US TV network CBS, Average Cost of new house $58,100.00, average income per year $17,500.00, average monthly rent $280.00,
cost of a gallon of gas 86 cents, 13 tornadoes ripped through Texas and Oklahoma.
I was still loving disco in 1979. Disco was both partnered and solo dancing. We practiced for hours to perfect our steps and moves. We wanted to be seen swinging, twirling and in sync with the music with the greatest of ease. There were disco floors that radiated positive energy and glittering lights. And of course, there was the disco ball above our heads adding more to the aura of the glamor and glitz. We dressed to the nines to go discoing. This was a happy time in life for me.
Let’s see – a few steps to the right, left, back and forward to beat, which the basic steps are simple but then there were several disco step patterns-Latin Hustle, American Hustle, Street Hustle, Continental Hustle, New York Hustle, Disco Swing, and more. And don’t forget to count your beats.
The birth of the Year of the Child
This is a given to make one smile
You know music does a lot
There’s no end, there’s no plot
We got the Village People and the YMCA
Their #1 hit sold oodles each day
The Y filed a libel cos it wasn’t okay
Pink Floyd’s in-person marvels with The Wall
They didn’t waste time shopping at a mall
What they yakked about at dinner
Tuned them in as a winner
You know it takes more than one hand to clap
But only one thumb and a finger to snap
Paper dolls of the world decomposing in brawls
They didn’t get the memo about awes and flaws
Our perception of deception seems too lame
As we ponder the resolve with no one to blame
A blurry lens and murkiness one in the same
Hollow souls lost in quicksand appear tattered
The end of the rainbow is all that mattered
Nineteen seventy-nine a measureless year in time
But all in all just “Another Brick in the Wall”
“Long you live and high you’ll fly, and smiles you’ll give, tears you’ll cry and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be”
― Pink Floyd
“Breathe, breathe in the air,
Don’t be afraid to care…”
― Pink Floyd
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finding happiness in everything
Punch Drunk Press is not your grandmother’s publishing company
A Garden for Birds, Bees, Bats and Flowers
Hey, I’m Candace. Welcome to my blog.
Ever since I can remember I’ve been interested in drawing and painting.
I love all art forms and one day I might just try my hand at music and sculpting again.
So why do I create pictures and comics?
I believe all humans are inherent “storytellers”.
We are communicators.
We share experiences, ideas, inspirational thoughts and epic tales of the imagination.
This is Tuesday Chatter, a weekly event where you can leave the link to your blog, giving others a chance to appreciate your talents. Here’s the link for the how-tos- Tuesday Chatter
Please stop in and visit my new blog ThusNSuch, dedicated to poetry and quotes – ThusNSuch
I’m Eugenia and it’s time to wrap up this chat and move along. Buh-bye from this week’s Tuesday Chatter and have a great week!