Well I'm of an Irish background. Should I start whining about how the Notre Dame mascot, logo and name stereotype the Irish as violent? Or is how a culture acts and comports itself of more importance than how they are portrayed on a sports jersey or cap?
Why isn't the name of the restaurant/bar listed nice and big on each slide? I don't even see it on some of them.
Ive been seeing shows at the agora for many years and have never had a paranormal experience there...I might now...now knowing this...
You may watch it online. just go to ScreenVariety . Switch to and enjoy :) There you can watch that game without any blackouts or some other popups
Where's the Day 3 photos from pig and whisky?
Looking for a non-shed dog under 20lbs. shi-tzu or like
I remember three of the shows I saw there although I think I was there more than that. I saw Henny Youngman and Girls, Girls, Girls. They were Vegas style dancers with the huge headdresses and were otherwise topless. When the show started the girls would run down the aisles covering their breasts with their hands. As the show progressed they dropped their hands to their sides while they were in the aisles. I had an aisle seat and one of the girls stopped right next to me with her hands at her side, she turned and smiled at me, then dipped her headdress right in my face. I laughed my ass off.
Henny was on stage afterwards for over an hour, and when he left the stage my face hurt from laughing so much. He was truly the King of the One-liners.
I also saw Johnny Mathis there. His opening act was a little known, at that time, comedian named Jerry Seinfeld.
The last act I saw there was Dan Fogelberg. The only thing disappointing about that was that he didn't sing my favorite song, Longer. My wife and I had that song sung at our wedding, but I guess Dan had been divorced from the woman he wrote the song for, so he no longer performed it during his concerts.
Eagles were there on a New Year's Eve. Circa 1975. Anyone sure of what year that was????
Welp.... I guess gay men can't live in Cincinnati 😂😂😂😂
Pretty weak list, but at least you didn't put the Beatles on there. And there are a ton of older bands that should join the list: The Eagles, Kiss, and more. PTxS
It's hilarious that everyone is so upset over this. The fact that everyone is commenting with anger is almost proof in itself that the bands are overrated. Also, just because these songs are in the top charts or have won awards, doesn't mean that they are automatically the greatest. And just because they are overrated doesn't mean they aren't good, just not as good as they get the credit for in comparison to other bands. The article was not to give publicity, but to point out something that some don't realize everyday. So please, keep your harsh comments to yourself, it was just an opinion of someone. Bashing someone based on their thoughts accomplishes nothing.
Yes i totally agree with this list, minus the comment about fools gold, i never understood the lyrics right enough but damn its nice to get stoned to, my music taste is second to none, this is quite simply a fact, all of these bands are seriously overrated, especially the doors, they made one good song and everybody went absolutely nuts to the point a bad word can't be said about them, just cause your music taste isn't good doesn't mean the rest of us should be punished.
I was five years of age - plus the gestation of course - i was in short suit with a little suit jacket and a white shirt. Barry Richard and Martha Louise had taken me alone to the Front Row Theatre to watch the "Sonny & Cher" Performance. Cher approached the rotunda stage that rotated - today is a check out counter! though then, it was a great thing to be seeing. I later watched Bb King and The Fabulous Thunderbirds perform - though that was years later.
As Cher approached the stage she turned - in full headdress and sequins and then walked to my Aisle seat - where she leaned over and stated "I found my dentist" and then smiled at Barry Richard and Martha Louise. Though she leaned over and kissed my cheek! I have not forgotten that show. "The Beat Moves On" and so many memories since then are not beta blockable - not even close!
I have a fondness for the feathering of that headdress! I have little clue what in the 10 MILLION to One modelling they would be - though Cher's headdress seems logical.
Great show - I even fell asleep. Not dissimilar to Brad Pitt's Film about cutting the foreheads of foes! Not exactly similar - though close. Great effort - I simply was very tired. Though at the Pitt film - that was not from Cher - hmmmmm - yeah - last time i can recall starting something that I actually delivered||// as is all the rest of those that i have ever delivered - absolutely - and each one legal - not ever a mind to commit a deft stupidness called - X-X-P-E.
I agree I live in Ohio and know most of this facts are not true , being a small town police officer right below Columbus... I'd like to think though throwing snakes would be illegal .
I used t love as a child going to Corbo's having cannoli ad Italian ice. Being able to run around up and down the hill. Ah the good old days wish we could go back.
I am still in awe that 1987 is vintage.... Lol I graduated from LHS in 1988
Actually, that Malley's was on Detroit, at Newman, in the old A&P building. It was torn down to make way for Discount Drug Mart.
Malleys is on Madison not on Detroit!
Uhmmmm this is Madison!
That "made up language" is Icelandic.
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