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  1. I agree and I'm amazed he gets the parts he does. He must be highly regarded by comedy people, but....not by me!
  2. I understand why she kept the name, my point was it would be an odd situation for her ex-husband. Like checking into a hotel in the 80's. Clerk: Last name? Mr. Benatar: Benatar Clerk: You mean like Pat Benatar? Do you know her? Are you related to her? Is she here???? Does she have a concert tonight? Mr. Benatar: NOOO!!!!
  3. All joking aside, it must be odd for the ex-husband. She marries the guy in 1972, they get divorced in 1979. She hits it big and keeps the guy's last name.
  4. I hope everyone can indulge me for a bit here. Hearing all these songs from '81 has brought back a lot of high school memories for me. I have been thinking a lot about this song (it is from '84 so safe to mention I think). https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SyMN3IJpdd4 My best friend Trent and I were dating women that were best friends and they were moving to another city. I was in College so I couldn't leave and join them and Trent was working at his family's business so he couldn't leave either. We had our last night with the girls at a local club where this band was playing.
  5. I seem to remember paint or glitter being put on a drum and when the drummer hit it, it would splash up in the air. I think I saw that a lot.
  6. It's too bad Prince died. He could tell Stevie what it sounds like when they cry.
  7. I should point out I was not trying to diminish Tim's efforts in this thread or others like it with my post. Music has always been an integral part of my life and I love taking the trips down memory lane that these threads take me on. I associate music with the events that happened in my life at that time, so the memories come flooding back when I read about the songs and listen to them. Hats off to Tim (and the others) for the time and effort they take to make these threads and put up with the griping (and support) that results from their choices.
  8. You are just asking to get chewed out, aren't you? ETA - the song was released in December of 1980, so you may have dodged a bullet. Uh oh, the album was released in 1980, this song was released as a single in 1981. T&P.
  9. I understand your feelings on the subject. But, seeing somebody post an over/under on how many songs a certain artist will have on Tim's top 100 doesn't ruin the enjoyment of the thread for me. Most of us that were alive in 1981 can probably guess around 75% of Tim's selections. The mystery comes in how he ranks them and what he selects with the other 25 or so spots.
  10. I think you have to understand these threads attract some "newcomers" (myself included to some extent) to music threads that don't know all of the established rules or lingo.
  11. Somewhat related. I was watching an episode of Seinfeld recently and that guy shows up as The Maestro.
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