Saturday, October 25, 2014

Saturday Solace

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The videos I have selected for this post are:

A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire

Los Angeles in the 50's

3 Year Old Russian Figure Skating Star

The Big Vibration - Kalimba Song

For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.










Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

28 comments:

  1. that's a very interesting clip of what los angeles was six decades ago ... time makes a real difference; things looked calmer then :)

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  2. Ah.....that little three year old is precious!!! We will be seeing her in the Olympics someday.....

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  3. Gosh! LA in the 50's already so advanced and developed compared to my little town today. :(

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  4. amazing little girl!

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  5. Hello Linda! Thinking of you.

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  6. Hello Linda,
    It's so funny to visit your blog. Great that first movie again.
    So great to see them always. That's laughing with that death man.

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  7. That little girl skates way better than I do. I can barely stand up.

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  8. That little skater is just adorable!

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  9. The little Russian girl is so cute :)

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  10. Bonne fin de semaine Linda et merci pour tous tes partages.

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  11. Loved seeing Los Angeles in the 50's. That 3 year old skater was amazing. Enjoyed the quotes. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  12. This was just simply wonderful ~ from the outrageously funny gag, to vintage LA, to the adorable skater, the music, and the incredible quotes that all rang so true. I think I see a future Olympian skater. She has already learned to work the crowd and dust herself off when she falls. And she has tremendous focus for someone her age. Thanks, especially for sharing that! I would have shown it to my third graders to illustrate perseverance and tenacity! Have a happy day, Linda!

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  13. Hope you are having a nice weekend Linda! :)

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  14. The casket gag's brilliant!

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  15. Helen Devries12:37 PM

    Thanks Linda!

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  16. Bonjour ma belle Linda, merci pour ce beau moment douceur! Bise et bon week-end dans la joie!

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  17. Nice on a Saturday evening, Linda !

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  18. you always collect the best within your post my friend!!!

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  19. When we look back into time, I am always surprised by the cars.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  20. The casket old man, is a bit creepy Linda, but fun. I wish you a great Sunday.

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  21. the little russian girl is so funny !

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  22. I am going to take that move at your own pace card with me next time I go see my doctor:))

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  23. Hi Linda, I hope you are having a nice weekend. Dreary and raining here today in the Gaspe. A log of vehicles in the 50's in LA. I enjoyed your quotes.
    I would have like to eliminate my last name in my Blog Title, but couldn't. Google would not let me. I had changed my Blog Address (tried to shorten it). I changed it back but left my Blog Title. This should work now. Thanks for your support. I need a book "Blogging for Dummies" LOL...take care

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    1. LOL Thelma! I also need such a book. :)

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  24. I like the quote with the turtle

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  25. Linda, I love that last quote... I believe we are meant to explore this Earth and learn of all it's beauty xox

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