Re: The Prisoner to be remade
- From: LK <fountainmdomeb5@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 13:52:39 +0000 (UTC)
On Fri, 5 May 2006 11:48:44 +0000 (UTC), Wendy of NJ
I'm also pretty sure that they've decided that people get nostalgic foI've always liked the hip hugger style because it actually fit my body
for their childhoods. Maybe they've also figured out the 20 year
repeat pattern (that I mostly notice in fashion and music). The one
thing that's sucked being of my particular age is having to live
through disco TWICE so far. In another 10 years, it will be three
times. Blech. At least I caught the second "art rock" wave of the
-Wendy (still regretting getting rid of her hip-hugger bell bottoms
from high school, regardless of being able to fit into them anymore)
without the gaping space at my waistline and it lengthens my torso
--"my precious, torso!"-- and looks a better proportion. (i hadn't
really noticed that until this morning when I put on the paint-stained
pants to do gardening.) Of course, when I first wore the style it was
the early '70s and the style was a body-suit underneath so no skin
I don't recall seeing a return to "granny glasses" or "granny dresses"
from the '60s but the dumpy, baggy pants maybe the equivalent of
excess length and fabric.
And I've noticed that politically Karl Rove said yesterday-- when some
people actually paid to hear to hear him talk-- "It's not enough to do
the right thing. It's important to win." ...Vir would be
In the '60s and early '70s the Jesus Movement and civil rights and
women's rights, were about doing the right thing because it was the
right thing. It wasn't a "winning thing".
"Vir for president."