During the criminal trial, Curatolo testified that he also saw other students on a bus that night coming from a disco in town.
I decided to start with the letters from the middle of his tenure—1977-79, the Days of disco.
For young white men at Comiskey Park, that target was disco music.
I remember thinking that it looked like a holdover from the disco days.
But on the first day of school, the bus rolled up to the campus and I saw the words “disco Is Dead” on the school wall.
Directly after leaving disco they fell in with the ice, and had fought their way the whole distance to their present position.
disco, speechless with amazement, rose up and sprang to the helm.
disco also fired and wounded another, which bounded away in wild alarm with its fellows.
Harold lay down and gasped, disco followed his example, and sighed.
disco advanced to the edge, gazed intently into the water, and saw nothing except his own reflected image at the bottom.
disco- or disc- or disci-
: show up for a disco party and fashion show
: We discoed the night away