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Enjoy a principal’s hilarious MC Hammer remake, the twin brothers discovering “old” tunes and inspiring stories that remind us that sacrifice and perspective are key in tough times.
Dr. Quentin Lee, a principal in Childersburg, Alabama, went viral with his Lysol cans and killer dance moves in his “Can’t Touch This” COVID remake of MC Hammer’s hit. Is it wrong to call his enthusiasm "infectious"??
You may have seen Tim & Fred Williams - twin brothers with priceless reactions as they discover “old music” (old to them!) - hearing Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” from archaic 1981. The clip has millions of views! But don’t miss their take on Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” - adorable for their excitement over the country classic from ancient 1974. Another oldie but goodie to them is the Spice Girls' “Wannabe” from '96, where they watch the music video & marvel at what cars looked like in that “historic” era.
A waitress at the Cabby Shack in Plymouth, Massachusetts, was surprised when a man ordered three beers but walked out leaving two on the table, until she saw why. Hear more from WHDH-TV about this touching tribute to two fallen soldiers while we raise our glasses to them from afar.
It’s not all work and no play on the International Space Station, as Commander Chris Cassidy shows us. Though suffering goes on across the Earth, he gives a good dose of perspective floating high above with a Travis Tritt song that reminds us “It’s a Great Day to be Alive.”