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Old 05-03-2002, 10:05 PM   #11
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Dangerous is right.. Let's Dance
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Is it just me or does Mike's body look a bit beefy?
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Old 05-03-2002, 10:07 PM   #13
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Wow did you see that Jackson5 clip? Michael still has a nose!!! Oh... He's getting older now, bye bye nose, hello crotch grab
yeah the child molester just finished.i'm not going to watch it though.never watched it before,so why watch a retrospective?
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LOL I think I'll wait until "Soul Train" has it's anniversary celebration. Dick Clark can't hold a candle to Don Cornelius and the Soul Train dancers. I watched Soul Train every Saturday Morning (it was on opposite AB) much to my mother's chagrin...I guess she thought I was going to turn into a funkmeister or something, LOL!!

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Old 05-03-2002, 10:12 PM   #15
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I ran from the show when they started the Disco clips! [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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Wow did you see that Jackson5 clip? Michael still has a nose!!! Oh... He's getting older now, bye bye nose, hello crotch grab
yeah the child molester just finished.i'm not going to watch it though.never watched it before,so why watch a retrospective?[/QUOTE]Well the freakshow is over now, movin on once we get past those pesky wet (but just BARELY) toilet paper commercials ... [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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I Hope he stays inside a little more I guess Not quite right somewhere there. ?? Just my opinion.
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LOL I think I'll wait until "Soul Train" has it's anniversary celebration. Dick Clark can't hold a candle to Don Cornelius and the Soul Train dancers. I watched Soul Train every Saturday Morning (it was on opposite AB) much to my mother's chagrin...I guess she thought I was going to turn into a funkmeister or something, LOL!!

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LOL Saz! I watched those Soul Train shows ages ago, of course I had no choice, I lived in the country away from all civilization and only got five TV stations, so it was Soul Train or Tarzan mostly in black and white every Saturday at noon! This American Bandstand Anniversary show though isn't really showing dancing, mainly showing singers and bands who "debuted" there. Got "Great balls of fire" going now, yee haww! [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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I ran from the show when they started the Disco clips! [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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Oh c'mon, you liked Disco, admit it! You are such a brooder, you need a bit of Disco to frivilize your soul LOL. Just smile and dance and sing, let it all out now, shake that groove thing yah yeeahh! [img]smile.gif[/img]

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LOL I think I'll wait until "Soul Train" has it's anniversary celebration. Dick Clark can't hold a candle to Don Cornelius and the Soul Train dancers. I watched Soul Train every Saturday Morning (it was on opposite AB) much to my mother's chagrin...I guess she thought I was going to turn into a funkmeister or something, LOL!!

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LOL Saz! I watched those Soul Train shows ages ago, of course I had no choice, I lived in the country away from all civilization and only got five TV stations, so it was Soul Train or Tarzan mostly in black and white every Saturday at noon! This American Bandstand Anniversary show though isn't really showing dancing, mainly showing singers and bands who "debuted" there. Got "Great balls of fire" going now, yee haww! [img]tongue.gif[/img] [/QUOTE]It probably would be fun to watch; unfortunately, I'm upstairs and the TV's downstairs. BUt that's ok...I'd rather be here anyway. Sounds like everyone's enjoying it, at least!

It was the dancers on Soul Train that I loved the most. That's what shocked my mom so...nice little *cough*white*cough* deep south boys didn't make moves like that in the late 1960's and early 1970's. Glad that's changed now! (and yes, I still love funk!!!)

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