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11 hours ago, jjeffeory said:

 

News flash!

 

It was cheesy then too....  VERY cheesy...

Cheese goes great with beef.

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8 hours ago, 2000Cadet said:

 

Yet you both were probably on your feet screaming "beef". :lle:

First time I saw the show live, I was on my feet in awe of the show, then I heard the "beef" yell and wanted to barf!  

Can't deny the show otherwise though.

Most of the younger poster might not know that THAT particular music was part of the "Beef. It's What's For Dinner" American advertising slogan and campaign aimed to promote the benefits of incorporating beef into a healthy diet. 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, jjeffeory said:

First time I saw the show live, I was on my feet in awe of the show, then I heard the "beef" yell and wanted to barf!  

Can't deny the show otherwise though.

Most of the younger poster might not know that THAT particular music was part of the "Beef. It's What's For Dinner" American advertising slogan and campaign aimed to promote the benefits of incorporating beef into a healthy diet. 

 

 

Which is my point. They did it because it was in that commercial. It may have been "cheesy" but it was still funny. And the show was great. 

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9 hours ago, 2000Cadet said:

 

Yet you both were probably on your feet screaming "beef". :lle:

Nope. I didn't even see a show in person in 1996. 

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5 hours ago, jjeffeory said:

First time I saw the show live, I was on my feet in awe of the show, then I heard the "beef" yell and wanted to barf!  

Can't deny the show otherwise though.

Most of the younger poster might not know that THAT particular music was part of the "Beef. It's What's For Dinner" American advertising slogan and campaign aimed to promote the benefits of incorporating beef into a healthy diet. 

 

 

In the spirit of full disclosure, the allusion to beef and commercials was a retro, previously done by some group from Dublin, Ohio. The effort was a hit back in '84, in fact they did various versions for several seasons and were enjoyed by later audiences as well. So like DCI, ha, ha. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idnwh6iDnX,  

but the original still resonates...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riH5EsGcmTw

 

 

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