The sea in which I swim contains a large group of ABBA fans (EMM call your office). Say the words out loud: Swedish, 1970's Pop band. Sounds horrible doesn't it? Then why does everybody know the words to about a half-dozen of their songs? The article linked in the title explains some of it. (And this movie pairs Colin Firth with Abba so gentlemen get a testosterone shot if you must go because the estrogen generated in the room from that combination would make John Wayne grow breasts).
One line from the article stands out: "It takes a big man to admit he likes ABBA."
And here is a big man I did not expect to fess up:
Here is the comment:
Granted, [McCain] was a little defensive: "Nobody likes them, but they sold more records than anybody in the history of the world, including The Beatles. But everybody hates them. You’re a no-class guy if you like ABBA. Why does everybody go see ‘Mamma Mia?’ Hypocrisy! Rank hypocrisy! I’m not embarrassed to say I like ABBA, ‘Dancing Queen.’” McCain said. I can not imagine what demographic he thinks he's appealing to here.
I can only assume he likes the them of French defeat in "Waterloo" and Fernando is looking for "Comprehensive Immigration Reform."