Friday, February 18, 2011

For no particular reason


I'd like to point out, once again, the 70s were often propelled by the "power of cocaine imagination".

A lot of it.

Megadoses.

5 comments:

DanF said...

Where have you gone, Doug Henning, a nation turns it's rainbow eyes to you. A nanu-nanu.

JW said...

1) Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN) proposes govt cost-cutting measure--- stripping Pentagon sponsorship of NASCAR teams.

2) The conservative response?

http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/documents/2011/02/mccollum-hate-mail.php?page=1

pansypoo said...

as a kid i did not like most teevee. cept columbo and similar. got i hated watching that shit. ok, i liked some game shows. but i hate flinstones. ugh scooby doo. hated hated hanna-barbara. tho i miss that era PBS nature docs.

Drouse said...

Cocaine? I guess it depended on where you were. Those were my teen years and they were powered by pot, Hostess baked goods and Royal Crown cola.

Anonymous said...

the seventies started with Vietnam, ended with the oil embargo and I was working night and day to provide for a wife and four kids. Don't recall a lot of time to be frittered away with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or/ and mindless teevee.
vox