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Something Stupid on an open thread


Tonight’s Friday night cocktail hour features Frank Sinatra and adoring daughter, Nancy.

“Somethin’ Stupid” was written by C. Carson Parks and originally recorded in 1966 by Parks and his wife, Gaile Foote, as Carson and Gaile. Frank Sinatra played Parks’ recording to Nancy Sinatra’s then producer, Lee Hazelwood, who recalled, “He asked me, ‘Do you like it?’, and I said, ‘I love it, and if you don’t sing it with Nancy, I will.’ Frank said, ‘We’re gonna do it, book a studio.’ Frank and Nancy’s version was recorded on February 1, 1967; Lee Hazelwood and Jimmy Bowen were listed as producers with the arrangement by Billy Strange. “Somethin’ Stupid” reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on April 15, 1967 and remained No.1 for four weeks.

  • Cary Morris

    nice very enjoyable.

  • DemocracyRules

    Keep Your Eye on NKorea.
    There is far more danger here than what the MSM has admitted. For years the MSM has been hiding the truth. NKorea and Iran collaborate on all these nuke and missile projects. China helps both countries. So does Russia. NKorea already has dozens of working nukes. This is well-documented. They are working on methods to vastly increase the power of their bombs with Lithium 6,

    When Trump is forced to act, the MSM will be surprised and outraged. Expect Trump to use “Prompt Global Strike”. One method is an ICBM with no nuke in it. It strikes the target like a bullet, but it goes so fast, it can leave a crater the size of the meteor crater in Arizona.

    SKorea will be in deep trouble, because NKorea has a massive artillery collection, hidden and aimed at Seoul. They have massive chemical weapons stockpiles and nukes that can be delivered by truck, ship, or airliner. They have EMP weapons, that fry all the electronics for hundreds of miles.

    • Mark Steiner

      We, Japan, South Korea are being tweaked. The last missile, fired a few hours ago April 29, achieved 44 miles altitude before fizzling. But – they are getting better.

      Who is willing to “take out” Kim Jung Butterball?

      You were off topic but not flippant – thanks.

      • DemocracyRules

        I agree. China won’t stop the Norks. The MSM is pro-socialist, and they won’t criticize commies. The NKoreans have been cannibals for years. Mostly through grave-robbery. Things are very bad there. The missile that just fizzled was a NK-17. It’s a modified Scud that can be maneuvered before it lands. It’s designed to destroy US aircraft carriers.

        These Scuds are liquid-fuel missiles. The Norks also have solid-fuel missiles, which are much more dangerous. They are easier to hide, and they can be launched very quickly.

      • DemocracyRules

        Good point. Who is willing? The UK and Europe behave as if this is solely a US problem. But if the Nork/ Iran /China /Russia secret alliance seriously damages and disables the US, Europe will tank.

        As for the Nork leader, he is not insane, he is just following his father’s footsteps. Since he has advanced his weapons, he has also increased his threats.

        Prompt Global Strike could turn his house into a big meteor crater within about 20 minutes. The problem is that the artillery bombardment of S Korea would then begin.

        • Mark Steiner

          Yes. Some 3000 artillery pieces, tanks and about a half-million of NK’s best are poised to attack Seoul, barely 30 miles from the DMZ.

          • Ron Cole

            I wintered in Korea in at the end of the “Conflict”. I missed the fighting.
            i will never forget the faces of the Marines retreating from the North.
            All I remember now is the terrible cold*, and refugees carrying thier only saved possessions fleeing the commie hordes, and the war torn cities.
            I grew to admire the Koreans for their forbarence and toughness.
            Later in college I was “givien” a Korean student sent ther by his Methodist Mission in Seoul.
            He did not speak English well and I was selected because I spoke some Korean.
            We became lifelong friends. A finer man does not exist. He went to to marry a lovely Korean nurse and himself became succsssful in his chosen field. he never complained about his lost family nor for his isolation. All of the Koreans I knew were tought, resourseful, bright, and
            never complained.

            * We Marines had South Pacific type gear. Frost bite was our main Enemy. My High School teachers sent me insulated boots, heavy wool socks, and wool mittens so I was one of the lucky few to not suffer frostbite.

          • Mark Steiner

            Great testimony, Ron. Thank you.

            Some of it reminds me of the plight of German general Heinz Guderian who, as early as mid-October, 1941, was demanding heavy boots and heavy wool socks for his soldiers after the arrival of early snow. He found many soldiers in his Second Panzer Army were frostbitten by mid-November that year.

    • Midnattsol

      The US government recently held an EMP drill in New York and New Jersey, simulating the effect of a 10 kiloton bomb (North Korean tests have been 10 to 20 kilotons) exploded 20 kilometers above the ground.

      The sad thing is that the west is very ill prepared for an EMP no matter what drills are done. One Second After (the most well thought out hypothesis of an EMP) is a scary book.

      • DemocracyRules

        Yes, and an EMP burst launched from space can damage even more electronics.

        Obama cooked the American goose on purpose. Of course Iran and NKorea cooperate. The Israelis have known this for years. Obama’s ‘Iran Deal’ just enabled Iran to outsource its nuke development to NKorea, while Iran concentrated on missile delivery systems.

        Obama knew that NKorea had dozens of bombs, and had a production line. Obama’s refusal to tell the public, or to act, was treasonous.
        John Bolton: If North Korea Gets Nuclear Missiles, ‘Iran Could Have That Capability the Next Day by Writing a Check’

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  • Alleged Comment

    Somebody called this the “incest” song. I never ever thought of it that way.

    • Scorpio

      Yeah, it’s kind of a weird song for a father to sing with his daughter. But that’s just me.

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