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The Royal Variety Performance 1985
American Bandstand 1969
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And the Same to You. Made in 1960. Comedy
A trip back, if you grew up in the 70's
Life In 60's Britain
How To Maintain A Healthy Level Of Insanity :
1. At lunch time, sit in your parked car with sunglasses on and point a Hair Dryer at passing cars, and watch them slow down!
2. On all your cheque stubs, write 'For Marijuana'!
3. Skip down the street rather than walk and see how many looks you get.
4. Order a Diet Water whenever you go out to eat, with a serious face.
5. Sing along at The Opera.
6. When the money comes out of the ATM, scream 'I Won! I Won!'
7. When leaving the Zoo, start running towards the Car Park, yelling, 'Run For Your Lives! They're Loose!'
8. Tell your children over dinner: 'Due to the economy, we are going to have to let one of you go....
9. PICK UP A BOX OF CONDOMS AT THE PHARMACY, GO TO THE COUNTER AND ASK WHERE THE FITTING ROOM IS.
And The Final Way To Keep A Healthy Level Of Insanity: My Favourite:
10. Go to a large Department store’s fitting room, drop your underpants to your ankles and yell out: “THERE IS NO PAPER IN HERE”!
When you’re feeling incredibly sad
And there’s nothing you can do
I walk for miles just my dog and me
And glance round at the view
It all seems very peaceful
On a road that never ends
The trees seem bare and lifeless
With this virus we must contend
The days are getting longer
As spring is on the way
Some bulbs will soon spring into life
In my mind I hope and pray
It’s going on forever
Causing havoc in its path
It’s not getting any easier
We’re left to deal with the aftermath
I miss my family, I miss my friends
I miss my trips away
I miss the fun we used to have
The rules we now obey
But remember mostly what we have
The things we take for granted
Our home and things around us
And a life that is enchanted .
By Sandra Seck
They said the world was closed today
So I went to have a look,
I found it with the shutters down
And the phone was off the hook.
So I stood there for a little while
But no one was around,
Then silence came and startled me
With the most alarming sound.
I asked him where the others were,
And why the streets were bare,
He whispered ‘Life had ran away
While death was playing there’
‘Oh no’ I said ‘It can’t be true
For life is not afraid’
‘But no one ever goes’ he said
‘Where death has ever played.’
I understood and walked away
As Hope was standing there
With Courage in her afterglow
And the sunlight in her hair.
She said ‘Go home to those you love
This is no place to be,
For if we walk these streets today
Then no one shall be free’.
She threw her light to lead the way
And showed me where to go,
The very road that life had gone
Where the future flowers grow.
Then death showed me another way
But I didn’t want to look,
So I stumbled home in time for tea
And I read another book.
It was called The World is Closed Today
And the streets we shouldn’t roam,
The first line said ‘Just please be safe’
And the ending - ‘Stay at Home’
Stay safe. Keep others safe.
Poem by Peter D Hehir
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