A friend of mine put this on Facebook the other day and I could not help but sharing it with you. This is....amazing. The 1970s was a confusing decade made.
On January 4, 1977, Augustus Hawkins, a congressman from California, introduced what became the Humphrey-Hawkins Act. This full employment bill initially promised making the government the employer of last resort.
Let's do this, Friday pic.twitter.com/ewdQJkusnj— 70s Dinner Party (@70s_party) December 2, 2016 In more amusing news than most of what we are seeing in the world these days, I'm glad.
What in the hell was wrong with the 70s? Donny & Marie want to do a Star Wars spoof? Great. Let's get Kris Kristofferson to play Han Solo! And Redd.
Oh, OK: When Mr. Bowie moved to Berlin, Mr. Pop occupied a room in Mr. Bowie’s apartment there “over the auto parts store,” he said. The title song for Mr..
In the 1970s, James Brown and Porter Wagoner became friends. Wagoner was of course a major player in country music and so he managed to schedule the Godfather of Soul.
There's a new Twitter feed dedicated to the food of the 1970s. You should follow it. Some examples: Checkmate, bitch pic.twitter.com/HpQc7Q0RuZ— 70s Dinner Party (@70s_party) December 12, 2015 I thought.
This reprint of a 1977 profile of Reggie Jackson is amazing. It goes up there with the Ken Stabler profile. In fact, there should be more reprints of old sports.