I think this clip is from the beggining of the '80s. History!
a very young Yehudith Ravitz singing 'Slichot', ('Forgiveness') a classic israeli song based on a poem by Leah Goldberg.
You came to me, to open my eyes.
To me your body was a view,
A window and a mirror.
You came as night comes to the owl
To show him, in the darkness, all things.
And I learned: There's a name
For each eyelash and fingernail,
And for every hair on the exposed flesh.
And the scent of childhood,
The scent of paste and pine,
Is the night aroma of the body.
If there were torments -
They've sailed towards you.
My white sail into your darkness.
Allow me to go, oh allow me to go
And kneel on the shore of forgiveness.
- Leah Goldberg (1911-1970) - translated from hebrew by Chanah Shuvaly
and the next is 30 years after. 2005. Yehudith Ravitz remember the very song that opened doors for her when she was 22.
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Ministry of Agriculture of Japan started a campaign to bring back japanese people to traditional diet based on rice, veggies and fish - the new 'american diet' of BigMacs is producing big health problems already in the island.
(topic and video, from Good Magazine)
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Joe the plumber was supposed to appear at a John McCain rally today, but didn’t show up. Yeah. So, apparently, the guy really is a plumber.
Yesterday, the Secret Service arrested a man who climbed over the White House fence. Yeah, the Secret Service told the man, "Get back here, Mr. President. You have two more months."
— Conan O'Brien
Did you all see Barack Obama’s infomercial? I especially liked the end, where Barack rose to the heavens on a cloud. Wasn’t that unbelievable?
And how about last night, when Barack Obama had his half hour infomercial TV special. I mean, thank God! It’s about time this guy got some media coverage, don’t you think?
I thought it was one of those heartwarming infomercials. It had a wonderful ending. In the final scene Barack Obama is adopted by Angelina Jolie.
On a campaign bus trip, John McCain actually snubbed Sarah Palin. But to be fair to McCain, Palin was busy shooting squirrels outside the bus’s rear window at the time.
- Dave Letterman