“Oh boy…”

1989, the year of Tiramisu, that decadent Italian desert inspired by someone saying, “Sure chocolate is great but why isn’t there any alcohol in this?” 1989, the year Steve Urkel first precosiously asked, “Did I do that?” and Scott Bakula made the Quantum Leap into rural veternarians and crooked boxers from the past to solve all their problems, 1989, the year Nintendo released its’ Game Boy portable video game system.

“The Ford government’s intensive championing of the interests of the few at the expense of the interests of the many is so pervasive that I cannot list every single compelling negative the Conservatives have created for the average person in one article. I can however focus on this government’s actions/inaction that have been most impactful to the present and future of you and your loved ones.”

She was Coco Cool in The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Susan Jacks in Elvis Presley’s The Speedway, is Frank Sinatra’s daughter, Lee Hazlewood’s singing partner. But mostly, mostly she artistically lifted all boats and gave the world some of the most compelling music of her time. She’s Nancy Sinatra, she’s more awesome than you think and she’s following me on Twitter…

“On the latest instalment of, “Which Brings Us To…” we travel back to 1987 to talk coconut cream pie, a German teenager navigating his way past Russian air defences to land his Cessna in Red Square, Pat Lafontaine and the Easter Epic, the debut of Full House and The Simpsons and the last vestiges of greatness of Minnesota’s Prince and The Replacements.”