Friday, January 1, 2010

Pagan Sphinx Entertainment Highlight - Benny and the Jets


 I like the frames in this video of Bernie Taupin, the lyricist of those great, early Elton John songs.

While I don't hold out much hope for world peace anymore, I will continue to strive to find peace in myself. 

Good 2010 to you!

7 comments:

  1. Pretty cool for an ol' poofter! Loved the feathered suit, though I'd be reluctant to go to work in it.

    Happy Teens to you, PS. And here's hoping the new year is better than the old, which shouldn't be much of a stretch!

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  2. Happy New Year, CRK! heh heh heh ;-)

    Guess who I just got through talking to for an hour? None other than Queen Lentil Bean (Linda) !!! We laughed 'til we pissed our panties!

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  3. Happy New Year!

    'Oh but they're weird and they're wonderful' Must be talking about bloggers!

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  4. We could all stand to be a bit more flamboyant and out in the open! Might do the world some good to take off our disguises and be real!

    Peace my friend... in 2010...

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  5. I do not truly believe that world peace is a possibility, so long as the world is inhabited by human beings. But, as the lyrics say, I will never stop striving for it. When you stop trying, you might as well stop living.
    So - Peace to you and yours.

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  6. I've come to understand that the only way we find peace in the world is one person at a time - starting with ourselves. It's worth the effort and I'm glad of your help :-)

    Happy 2010, Gina :-)

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  7. CR: I like you better in leopard print, luv! ;-)

    SB: We are weird and wonderful, arent' we? :-D I wish I could get me some electric boots, though!

    Mark: disguises are fun at times but if I personally were to don too many, too often, I fear I would forget who I really was. I think that may happen to the ultra-flamboyant. Elton has managed to hang in there! I guess it works for him.

    Regarding world peace: I've given up on that ever being a reality but as Bobbie said, I can't stop trying. Not as long as I have a voice.

    Susan: thanks. Love to you and many hugs and good things.

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