Category Archives: 80s

Eat For Two / 10,000 Maniacs

In My Tribe by 10,000 Maniacs is one of my top five favorite albums of all time. It came out at a point in my life when I was ready to hear it and ready for a journey off the … Continue reading

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A decision made

Well, after polling the readers of this blog a couple weeks back about which iPhone case I should get, I chucked all the options out the window and went with this 11th hour decision. I think it suits me quite … Continue reading

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What a feeling

A lot of people I know have had a big bad breakup with Glee this season.  While we have certainly been less enamored with it than we have in the past – as evidenced by the fact that we’re still … Continue reading

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Any old music will do

I blew the virtual dust off of Tina Turner’s 1984 comeback album Private Dancer this week. Private Dancer was the first of three albums Tina released in the 80s that I really love – the others being Break Every Rule … Continue reading

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Fandom gone wrong

In an attempt to make folding laundry a little bit more palatable, I put on a documentary on Netflix Streaming called I Think We’re Alone Now. This documentary had been recommended to me by my friend Rachel. When I realized … Continue reading

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More than you know

I figure that today’s a day that a large percentage of the blogosphere will be blogging about Lady Gaga’s new video, which I find to be a classic spectacle video in the grand Madonna tradition. But I decided that rather … Continue reading

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SAW (non-Kylie)

I was on my way home this morning after dropping Anna off at school and a song came on my iPod that got me to thinking about Stock, Aitken & Waterman. Most of those who read will immediately recognize SAW … Continue reading

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