So You Are A Star

“I don’t know if we each have a destiny, or if we’re all just floating around accidental-like on a breeze, but, I think maybe it’s both. Maybe both is happening at the same time.”—Forrest Gump As a college kid in the ‘80s, I used to marvel at the phenomenon of sorority girls—or any cluster of girls partying together—going crazy when certain songs came on over the radio or nightclub sound system. It was like this song was the group’s “anthem” …

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4 comments on “So You Are A Star

  1. Janet Adams on said:

    I have no idea what that article had to do with the field of Parks & Recreation, but it was the funniest darn article I’ve read in a long time. Great writer!

  2. Bernie Rangel on said:

    Thanks for the article. It fits most of our people in Washington and others who hold public office at this time.

  3. Where is that flake-o-meter? Let’s take it to a high school (any high school) and watch it explode!

  4. Robin on said:

    Aw geez Ron! Having a song touch you is not neccessarily “adding drama”. Music has an amazing power to reach the hidden parts of your being. The words of a song do not need to be literally translated. It may be the harmonies, it may be a special sequence of rhythm and melody that just sticks in your gut and speaks to you. Sure, we were all still a little new to hormones in college and things got dramatic but there’s no need to sneer at people who have been touched by the magic of music.

    Music has been part of our human culture for a very long time, and for a very good reason. Ever have a bad day and have a good tune put a smile back in your heart?

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