Fake The Boots Part I
Sharleena's Fake Boot
Hey, I'm Maurice, Dig My Clothes And Thank Me Later (Earth, Wind & Fire)
Dear friends of TBN:
This is one of the happiest days of my life.
After years of sterile discussions, personal insults, and disagreements of every kind, I've accepted my sister's severe ear disfunction - I've learned to accept her the way she is. You see, my little sister suffers from the debilitating "Disco Fancier's Syndrome".
Life was not easy, living with her DFS. I tried many times to diminish the influence of 20 pernicious characters such as Barbie and Sarah Kay that made my sister prefer pink or light-blue blouses, while, at the time, I wore something black combined with something black (with black boots). I played the role of the older sister the way it had to be done: torturing her with my vinyl records, posters, and magazines. But she was a tough girl, and, to this day, all I could ever achieve was a feeling of shame from her regarding me...The brain damage from DFS was permanent and she was a lost cause. Today, she is a prosperous Medical Doctor. And, she finally has what she deserves - this boot, which holds all the tunes she dreamed about on those Saturday nights so
long ago - on her way to the Disco.
Thanks, TBN. You've made my little sister very HAPPY.
Sharleena (older Sister from 1971)
SOFA's Fake Boot
Buddy, Can You Spare A Leg? (Jethro Tull)
Why the world needs this boot: Ian Anderson is an inspiration to physically challenged people everywhere - but especially to the rapidly vanishing eye-patch-peg-leg-pirate type person. Sea Shanties - as we know them - could cease to exist without singers of Anderson's stature.