Friday night video/music favorites

Feel free to post your favorites!

I’ll lead with a couple of favorites of mine – both are of dancers.

The first one I love because it pairs modern music with dance from the past. To accompany this, here is a quote by – yes, you are hearing me right – Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand considered tap dancing to be her favorite form of dance saying that “it cannot express tragedy or pain or fear or guilt; all it can express is gaiety and every shade of emotion pertaining to the joy of living.”  She cited Bill Robinson and Fred Astaire as its best exponents.

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AOC’s aunt comes out in support of Trump on Puerto Rico aid

DAILY MAIL

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shared images on social media last week showing her grandmother’s severely damaged house in Puerto Rico
  • She blamed the damage on former President Donald Trump for blocking aid to the island ravaged by Hurricane Maria
  • Conservative Matt Walsh raised more than $104,000 to help repair the home,  but the congresswoman refused it
  • DailyMail.com tracked down the 81-year-old’s home to a quiet community just outside the coastal city of Arecibo on Puerto Rico’s north coast
  • Blue tarps are seen atop her grandmother’s home, which appears to still sustain damage since the passing of Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Irma
  • A woman who identified herself as AOC’s aunt told us, ‘We are private people, we don’t talk about our family. We don’t speak for the community’
  • Her aunt said: ‘In this area people need a lot of help. Many people have needed it for the past four years and haven’t had anything’

Her aunt said: ‘In this area people need a lot of help. Many people have needed it for the past four years and haven’t had anything.’

Yet she did not pin that on Trump, adding: ‘It’s a problem here in Puerto Rico with the administration and the distribution of help. It is not a problem with Washington. We had the assistance and it didn’t get to the people.’

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Today’s Twitter pick . . . Covid vaccine edition

Two passengers aboard the first fully-vaccinated cruise ship in North America have tested positive for COVID-19. My guesses are that either the tests given are faulty (most likely), or the vaccine didn’t work, or the two people (traveling together) lied about their status.

NOTE: Any of these possibilities may be true. Vaccines are never 100% effective, and the PCR tests are definitely not 100% correct. Since they have no symptoms …

Celebrity Millennium issued this statement Thursday:

“Today two guests sharing a stateroom onboard Celebrity Millennium tested positive for COVID-19 while conducting the required end of cruise testing. The individuals are asymptomatic and currently in isolation and being monitored by our medical team. We are conducting contact tracing, expediting testing for all close contacts and closely monitoring the situation.

Celebrity Millennium is sailing with fully vaccinated crew and guests and following comprehensive protocols that align with our destination partners and exceed CDC guidelines to protect the health and safety of our guests. All guests on Celebrity Millennium were required to show proof of vaccination as well as a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before sailing from St. Maarten this past Saturday. This situation demonstrates that our rigorous health and safety protocols work to protect our crew, guests and the communities we visit.”

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America’s Audit: Behind the scenes

Get a behind the scenes update of America’s Audit with AZGOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward as she reports on her tour of the audit facilities: The counting continues and imaging evaluations begin. WE WILL FINISH THE AUDIT!

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General Discussion, Friday, June 11, 2021

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Patriotism isn’t dead. Most Americans love this country!

This gave me chills – and hope. Choked me up, it did!

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Today’s cartoon pick – Teaching CRT is unconstitutional

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General Discussion, Thursday, June 10, 2021

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Sidebar with Firearm & Criminal Attorney Ian Runkle – Viva & Barnes Live

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Today’s Meme, “Rice Krispies” …

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