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Why you should respect disco

So I know some of you readers simply just don't get it.

Why pop music is the best thing in the world. Life changing.

But you know what music SAVES lives?!

Not hip hop. Not your electro-pop. No, ambient, not you either.

Disco, bitches.

There's a news story that a woman saved her 53 year old husband's life to the tune of the Bee Gee's "Stayin Alive" by giving CPR to the song's beat.

Michael Jackson could have been saved by the Bee Gees. It's so simple.

OF COURSE! Think about it, it must have been formulated to stop cokeheads from OD'ing in Studio 54, huh?

Disco saves lives. I always knew there was something special about it. So you all need to start roller discoing your way to the roller rink and bring back cheap coke and lame...

Oh wait.

At any rate, hipsters, when your friend is dying at some shitty concert full of pretentious douches, don't listen to the beat that the anorexic at the synth is pounding, listen to the bee gees and consequently listen to your heart.

PSA motherfuckers PS MUTHAFUCKIN A



Check out your savior. He's gonna get you far from the light and you'll love it.

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  1. People who dont like the beegees are terrorists. No question.

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