Yeah, she's a fraud. That's why a few hundred million people all over the world love this woman. Because she's a fraud. Sure.
Get a life, haters.
Just a little note to people making fun of the fellow crying in this clip.
I don't say this out of anger but sadness.
You will never know what that man was feeling at that moment. But I'm a grown man his age and I DEFINITELY understand and so do literally millions of people around the planet.
If you're too young you can't possibly "get it" and you shouldn't be expected to... but when you make fun of it remember... it's your loss, and you'll never know how huge a loss it is. Beyond words...
One can say this a thousand times but insecure Christians will not accept it...
But here goes. Life of Brian is not about Jesus.
As to Mr. Cleese supposedly "despising Christianity" (which these clips show no evidence of,) I'd wager a month's paycheck that Jesus himself, if he were to return to Earth, would despise contemporary Christianity as well.
Jesus was a great and wise teacher. And that's it. I don't hold him responsible for the ongoing perversion of his words by others.
Emily, sweet girl... when you say that you "left your soul in Iceland" it brought a lump to my throat - I know EXACTLY what you mean. I spent two weeks in Reky recently and literally fell in LOVE with the place and the people. I retire in four years, I've traveled all over deciding where I would expatriate to (from the US.) - after I was in Iceland for three days I KNEW it was Reykjavik. I could feel it. I knew it as truly as anything I've ever known. Broke my heart to leave, like yours. THANKS!
This claim that the landing was hoaxed... and hear me well you lonely little people sitting on your Doritos-stained couch in your Mom's basement...
This claim of a hoax is the single easiest to disprove in the entire history of conspiracy theories. A twelve year old with very basic scientific and photographic knowledge could easily debate any one of you into the ground. Perhaps in his sleep.
The central problem here is, of course, that unless the Russians decide to release their own recordings from this supposed flight, of the US government has a version of their own, the validity of this tape cannot possibly be verified in any way.
I think it's entirely possible that this is genuine, but possibility is in no way proof of fact.
If the tape is genuine... it's profoundly heartbreaking and may this brave woman rest in peace.
The credibility of this film is destroyed in the first minute when onboard video (actually a kinescope) is shown that is actually Valentina Tereshkova, not the lost cosmonaut... and the craft shown bears not the slightest resemblance to the Vostok craft.
You couldn't correctly define the term Socialism if you were left in a library for a week with a couple of professors to assist you.
Young fans might note the great passion with which oldies like me describe Humble Pie. Trust me, it's well deserved and real.
HP were without argument an untouchable, incomparable, stunning, iconic, KILLER and FUN live band. Nobody that saw them live ever forgot the experience. God Bless Humble Pie and God Bless Steve Marriott, the greatest showman to ever front a rock and roll band. Period.
When I remember their shows I sweat and I smile, and my fellow HP veterans know exactly what I mean.
You've "seen several songs from these shows."
Well, kinds says it all, doesn't it. Guess I'll just have to bow to your superior judgement. Enjoy American Idol. and other rockless experiences. I guess disco lives...
As someone who has looked carefully at this case for most of my life, I am convinced that Sirhan committed this act, and that he should never be released.
But I'm convinced beyond one atom of a doubt that there was a second shooter. The evidence is undeniable unless you literally suspend the laws of physics and math.
Sirhan is guilty but I believe he THINKS he's telling the truth. There is some element of this story that remains a mystery, and sadly we will never know what really happened.
Many thanks to whoever posted this, what a gorgeous song, my favorite work by Oldfield, I've played it for decades... and it's very, very hard to imagine a more beautiful woman, my God...
And yes it's lip synched but, y'know... so what. Appreciate it for what it is.
I'm an agnostic. I believe there MAY be a higher power... but that power is beyond our capacity to comprehend it. I think a human claiming to know God is like an ant claiming that it can fly the Space Shuttle. I believe in evolution... but I think its complexity may be proof of that higher power. I don't believe the two positions are contradictory.
I greatly appreciate the host's interview style and the respect he shows his guest. He's wrong but he seems a good, honest, decent man.
THANKS for a GREAT VIDEO! GOOD JOB!
I've worked for 37 years in the concert business, running mid sized halls, I've booked hundreds of bands and I've seen just about every act out there.
I saw Garbage on this tour, in Richmond VA, and I have to tell you... honest to God... seriously...
Garbage are the single greatest live rock and roll band I've ever seen in my life. I don't know of any act out there that can come in a close second.
And by the way, the nicest folks you'd ever want to meet.
Aside from the fact that Garbage are without exception the single greatest live rock and roll band touring today... THIS video is another example of why I dearly love this band so much. I've briefly met them all and they're very down to Earth, friendly and humble people and they're absolutely keyed in to their fans.
Yet another very classy and human move on their part.
If you've never seen them... you must. There's no act out there that can touch them. They're at the peak of their powers.
Quick note from a US citizen.
I'm a pretty hardened guy, a straight fellow who has watched US politics surrounding this issue with absolute disgust..
This is one of the most extraordinarily beautiful and moving clips I've ever seen and I'll confess that it brought a tear to my eye.
I can only hope that someday my own government and people achieve the level of decency, basic common sense and simple human compassion that the people and leaders of New Zealand have shown by this action.
Jenna - quick note from a 60 year old male fan.
I've had a great life, a cool career in historic theatre restoration, produced hundreds of concerts of all kinds, traveled extensively, lots of friends and lovers, lots of WOW moments, been to receptions at the White House, etc. etc... all pretty good for a guy who quit high school...
My point is... Not once did I ever know what I wanted to do with my life. Don't overthink it. You'll be fine!
I love you for making me laugh. Just ride the waves!
Thanks SO much for posting this. This was my very first exposure to anything Les Miz and it stopped me in my tracks. I had turned on the Donahue show and was about to turn it off... but thankfully something stopped me. I saw Ms. Graff and the full production soon after, and she just killed it, she was transcendent. I'll admit as a grown man that she reduced me to tears. To hear this from twenty feet in front of you... well, I pretty much lost it. It still gets me. BRAVO MS. GRAFF!
We all have our favorite Fantines, mine being Randy Graff back in 1987, but these comments miss a central point and I'm often guilty of it myself...
Somehow we all seem to forget to mention the songwriters Claude Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil.
This has to be quite literally one of the most astonishingly moving and painful and heartbreaking songs ever written. I don't know anything that can touch it.
People will know this work 200 years from now and it will still bring tears to the eyes.
The first time I saw the stage production I met a couple at intermission who had seen the show 6 times. Very weird, I thought... get a life. Well, after now having seen it 17 times in three different countries, I understand.
But I wonder if I'm the only fan of the stage show who made the decision NOT to see the film... not just for the odd casting and dicey reviews, but simply because the stage production exists so fully and perfectly in our heads?
THANKS for posting this. Great footage, remarkable performance.
What was the camera brand and model? I'm amazed it handled the volume with so little distortion.
So great to see this woman EAT THE AUDIENCE ALIVE. Maybe the greatest live band I've ever seen.
If I am entering or leaving the United States, of which I am a citizen, and I am asked by a security person or immigration employee for information I will provide it and I will submit to a search. I have zero problem with that.
If I am asked for the same information within the United States and I am nowhere near an international border... and the officer cannot tell me what their probable cause is for asking me their first question, I will peacefully and politely refuse to comply.
Well done, thanks and I'm ordering it. Now let's hope for a remastering of "Child's Adventure," as you know a REMARKABLE work.
Gee. I wonder who knows more about this topic. A highly decorated cop or a US Senator.
Rest in Peace Mr. Huxley. Seven or eight huge international hits, first band to knock the Beatles out of the #1 spot on the UK charts, sold out tours, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame... Good Job, Sir!
Huffington Post this AM described the DC5 as a "middle of the road pop-rock band."
What idiocy. The DC5 were a monster band, powerful, driving, a monumental force and any of their hits played through good speakers will still knock you right out of your chair.
God Bless the DC5...
You have to be a sick, demented, sophomoric idiot to make such a comment. Your world must be very cold and lonely.
In my preceding post I neglected to THANK YOU SO, SO MUCH for making this clip available on Youtube. You have no idea how much pleasure it's given me for the past day or so. It took me right back to 68/69.
God Bless Jools... and God Bless Brian and the boys... PHENOMENAL live band, we've never seen their like since.
THANKS SO MUCH for putting this up... as rare a clip as I've ever seen on Youtube. BRAVO.
I'm a huge Julie fan, saw her live just once at the Boston Tea Party, sat about ten feet from her and have never fully recovered.
I share your frustration, I'd give a left toe for the full film. Anyone have any clues?
Lived In London just a few years after this wa shot... captures the scene perfectly... and there's Blind Faith in Hyde Park...
A simple question. After a GIGANTIC plane supposedly hits the Pentagon.
The question is this.
When you have a massively successful 43 year career, friend, with millions upon millions of people loving you all around the planet when you're 66... you be sure to let us know....
Congratulations on your excellent taste, young friend... from a 60 year old who has been following Bowie since 1972!
Literally one of the most perfect couple of minutes ever put on vinyl.
The world stops turning on its axis every single time I hear it.
Love you forever, Ms. Lester
Thanks so much for posting this, God what great memories...
Saw the Faces at least a dozen times in London and Boston, almost always in small venues. (Any Boston Tea Party attendees out there?) Never anything less than great fun and dirty, raw rock and roll and Rod's amazing voice.
Got to spend a good bit of time with them backstage at the Roundhouse (when I was 21... centuries ago) and I promise you, to a man they were the nicest, most generous guys you could ever want to meet.
More than any film of an LSD experience, trust me, this clip portrays it's reality. Some I've shown it to say that this woman has temporarily lost her mind, her grasp on reality.
To most of us who have traveled this path, however, it shows a woman who has found her reality. I feel nothing but joy for her as I watch.
I wish we could find an interview with her ten years later. I'm sure she learned what most of us did... that you are never the same person after you've taken LSD. Fortunately.
I've worked in the concert business for 33 years and have to say that this is the single most astonishing last number and stage exit I've ever seen.
Simply breathtaking. Exquisite. A work of genius, both Mylene's and her set and lighting designers. And what a band...
My young friend, you're learning a very valuable lesson which is that insecure people will make fun of anyone they sense is more intelligent than they are, especially an attractive young woman.
Do not be deterred. your very big heart is telling you what kind of a career to choose. Listen to your heart.
I'm 60, I've traveled a great deal in my life and I can say that Seaworld is the single most depressing, sickening and consciously evil place I've ever visited.
Keep up the good work, friend.
Thanks for your "rant," which resulted in my pre-ordering the book you've discussed.
I admire the good work you're doing, my young friend, and encourage you to stay strong and committed, which I know you will.
I've just turned 60, I've traveled a great deal in my life... but the single most depressing and evil place I have ever visited... was Seaworld. 20 years have passed and the memory almost literally nauseates me to this day.
As a Sixties activist... I'm proud of you. Peace to you.