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Saturday, December 31, 2005

It's Not Times Square, Revisited 

Remember what I wrote last December 31? Well, I received the following comment from Lois Lane on January 4, 2005:

I must say I was very upset with the lack of Dick this New Year! I've started every year for all of my adult life with A good dose of Dick. This year was not nearly as good. Regis VS. Dick... no comparing the two!

Little did Lois know that a year later, she could have Regis AND Dick.

Sort of:

Dick Clark was back on television after a stroke in 2004 forced him to miss his first New Year's Eve celebration in 32 years, though with speech slightly slurred and speaking from a studio. Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, joined by city workers who helped with the Hurricane Katrina relief effort, officially started the ball's descent and counted down the final 10 seconds....

Dick Clark, now 76, returned briefly to ABC-TV's "New Year's Rockin' Eve" for a worldwide broadcast audience estimated at 1 billion people, though his voice was slow and slurred and his appearance was short.

"It's real good to be back with you again this year," Clark said. "You and I have been a part of each other's lives for so many New Year's Eves that I wouldn't have missed this for the world."

[OE 1/6/2006: Did God strike Dick Clark down for promoting dancing? Perhaps.]

From the Ontario Empoblog (Latest OVVA news here)

I dunno. I think my memory and thoughts of Dick woudl be better pre-stroke....
I know I am going to hell over the thoughts of Dick and stroke in the same thought. Therefore, I shall keep my mouth shut on the matter and just say I am happy to have had my fair sare of Dick this new year. :)
Lois Lane
But did you have enuf Duff?
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