"In the entire history of mankind there has never been a political elite sincerely concerned about the well-being of regular people."--Christine Anderson, European Parliament”
You should be ashamed of yourselves.
Found this to be hilarious: Girls are giddy over a handsome male teacher, and boys gush over a pretty female teacher. In spite of our society's attempts to suppress the most natural of human behavior, you just can't change biology and how people (of any age) react to attractiveness!
In reading the financial statements for Moderna, Inc. Their first and only commercial product is the Covid vaccine -- sold to the US and other countries' governments.
* For the 6 months ending June 30, 2020, before the vaccine, the company had LOSSES of $241 million.
* One year later, they had PROFITS of $4 billion,
It's also worth noting that, in 2016, the Gates Foundation gave Moderna access to funding of nearly $100 million.
Draw your own conclusions, but it's just another example of how this whole damn vaccine scam is sleazy as hell. My God, at the very least Americans should have been informed that if he or she was going to receive the Moderna vaccine, they would be guinea pigs for the efficacy and safety of the first and only commercial product from a company that, until then, was losing an extraordinary amount of money.
As most of my formative years (teens and early twenties) were during the 1980's, I spent my music-listening time ear-deep in New Wave and MTV pop of the first half of the decade and big hair rock and (freestyle) dance bands of the second half. Even now, I remain steadfast that Company B's 1987 release "Fascinated" is the greatest dance song ever produced, though I will concede that my love for Haddaway's 1993 "What Is Love" places it equally high on that list.
The 1980's were a glorious time for dance music: Shannon's "Give Me Tonight" and "Let The Music Play," The Cover Girls' "Inside Outside," Expose's "Point of No Return" and "Come Go With Me," to say nothing of Neneh Cherry, Taylor Dayne, Salt-N-Pepa, Miaimi Sound Machine, Sheila E., Madonna and those that didn't fit into the freestyle category but were equally danceable, Soft Cell, Human League, Go-Go's, Bananarama...
I could go on...
But I won't because here is my latest release, "What's It Like (To Be In Love)?" is, in part, an homage to the 1980's. Enjoy!
Alfred C. Martino
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