Well, hell, this sucks. Because I didn't join YouTube until after May 2009 I may not be able to switch to my other GMail and G+ accounts for my YouTube.
Love this little video! Good to see you in action, brief thought it is, my friend, and your daughter is cute. :-D
Thank you, my friend, so glad you liked it, as it encourages me to finally think about getting back to doing more.
Thank you Amanda, my friend! I just now learned you left this very encouraging comment.
I really need to check THIS particular e-mail more often. :-D
My hope is to get back to making more soon.
No, sadly Nikita and Elvira do not have a fountain. :-D
I have an Uncle who had, around 20 cats, over 20 yrs, of various ages, some as old as 25.
Now they are down to 5.
These Cats raised a Purebred Rotweiller male, from birth to death, at age 10.
They enjoyed the experience so much that a yr later they adopted a girl of the same breed, at birth, and she is still with the family.
People would see them all roughhousing around, & think Bloody Murder was about to ensue, hee, hee!
After a day or 2 of initial embarrasment, I'm fine with it.
As for not having my natural hair...
Um, what, you think I'm wearing a wig or something? ;-D
What you see in the aftermath of the haircut is all mine!
Now, I'll admit that the coloring is not the same as before the haircut, and may be grayier once it grows back, but I'm cool with that as I've been getting grayer the last few years anyway, not that I'm into my Senior Years.
Tamar, Nikita, & Elvira's, Daddy here. ;-D
Brilliant, and humorous, puts my meager video talents to shame, my friend.
Absolutely hilarious, & dead on!
A video w/a sense of fun. Combines images, & song, to make it's point, & poke fun @ those with no use for humor unless to use it to spew hate @ Conservatives, White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, Male, Female, Straight, Gay, or Vaiety is the Spice of Life, with a brain that they are not afraid to use.
I was a Reagan Dem in 78, became a Clintonista, in the 90's, & finally came to my senses with Bush 2.
Conservatives...Humor, well done, is a useful tool.
Yes, I was very lucky, indeed.
You never know what can happen. ;-D
Lucky I didn't try to actually ride up the thing. ;-D
Sadly, my Dad died in 1988.
Dad chose never to teach his kids the language, or even talked much about life there, or the culture ( and spent the last 18 years of his life in mental hospitals ) as I guess he figured it would have no practical value for us in our lives as Americans, especially since we more than likely would never visit the old country.
Great Sportscaster, and Sports Commentator in his day, despicable Fringe Media Journalist and Political Commentator for MSNBC, now, but you know what?
This moving tribute was a joy to watch.
My sincere sympathies, Keith.