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RIP Donna Summer

Thats sad. RIP Breast cancer…man cancer in general…just sux

Dammit will this gluten epidemic never end.

RIP

:frowning:

While Wikipedia isnt the most reliable source of info, it said she died of anal cancer? I didn’t read anything of breast cancer.
Regardless, we’re losing a lot of the best performers known. I’m saddened that the next generation won’t know powerful music without the use of profanity. Songs about love. Songs of empowerment. RIP Mrs. Donna Summer.

[quote]Nikki9591 wrote:
While Wikipedia isnt the most reliable source of info, it said she died of anal cancer? I didn’t read anything of breast cancer.
Regardless, we’re losing a lot of the best performers known. I’m saddened that the next generation won’t know powerful music without the use of profanity. Songs about love. Songs of empowerment. RIP Mrs. Donna Summer.[/quote]

SAY WUUUUTTTT!!!

sad. I had a mad crush on her in the…late 70’s (yeah thats right I said it 70’s). RIP.

Welcome back Young Nikki.

I just to jack off to her song.

Ooooo ahhhhhhh

Love to love ya baby

Oooooooooooooo

Ahhh

Lemme hit up youtube and pay tribute loads

[quote]four60 wrote:

[quote]Nikki9591 wrote:
While Wikipedia isnt the most reliable source of info, it said she died of anal cancer? I didn’t read anything of breast cancer.
Regardless, we’re losing a lot of the best performers known. I’m saddened that the next generation won’t know powerful music without the use of profanity. Songs about love. Songs of empowerment. RIP Mrs. Donna Summer.[/quote]

SAY WUUUUTTTT!!!

sad. I had a mad crush on her in the…late 70’s (yeah thats right I said it 70’s). RIP.

Welcome back Young Nikki.[/quote]
x2

I had the 45 with ‘MacArthur Park’, with ‘Once Upon a Time’ as the B-side.

RIP

“I feel love” one of my fav disco songs. Sad news.

PS: ID, thought you was taller than that

[quote]A.Lurker wrote:
“I feel love” one of my fav disco songs. Sad news.

PS: ID, thought you was taller than that[/quote]

Nah.

But hey, one good lookin’ manlet, huh!

First Chuck Brown, then Donna Summer…who’s next?

I think that ID checks the obits every day.

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Build a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Build a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.[/quote]

Good routine.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Make a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.[/quote]

When do you lift?

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Make a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.[/quote]

When do you lift?[/quote]

Lift?

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Make a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.[/quote]

When do you lift?[/quote]

Lift?
[/quote]
the iron and you missed #7

[quote]simpstr1 wrote:
First Chuck Brown, then Donna Summer…who’s next?[/quote]
Earlier in the week Donald “Duck” Dunn died. That’s a far bigger loss to the musical world imho…

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]Christine wrote:
I think that ID checks the obits every day.[/quote]

LOL

It’s on our Dwarf Daily Do list.

  1. Rise and shine… literally.

  2. Make cookies.

  3. Check obituaries.

  4. Make more cookies.

  5. Practice the ball-sack attack maneuver (our preferred fighting strategy, because you never know).

  6. Make more cookies

  7. Make a stool.

  8. Eat all the cookies

  9. Build a ladder.

  10. Go to bed.[/quote]

When do you lift?[/quote]

Lift?
[/quote]
the iron and you missed #7[/quote]

#7 is there.

???

[quote]imhungry wrote:

[quote]four60 wrote:

[quote]Nikki9591 wrote:
While Wikipedia isnt the most reliable source of info, it said she died of anal cancer? I didn’t read anything of breast cancer.
Regardless, we’re losing a lot of the best performers known. I’m saddened that the next generation won’t know powerful music without the use of profanity. Songs about love. Songs of empowerment. RIP Mrs. Donna Summer.[/quote]
SAY WUUUUTTTT!!!

sad. I had a mad crush on her in the…late 70’s (yeah thats right I said it 70’s). RIP.

Welcome back Young Nikki.[/quote]
x2

I had the 45 with ‘MacArthur Park’, with ‘Once Upon a Time’ as the B-side.

RIP[/quote]
“Last Dance” always brings me right back to every Sweet 16 and prom I went to in high school. It was always, of course, the last song of the night.