• Yammy M.
    08/21/2020 05:27

    Hahaha dami ko Tawa dto

  • Matsudaira I.
    07/28/2020 19:38

    CASSANDRA CROSSING Entertainment DVD my collection 1976year

  • Dhanapal S.
    07/24/2020 13:43

    Is Trump going pardon the whole lot in big batch for a fee a billion each..then all better start wearing a mask...Presidential Pardon in Mask costing a billion each...guess he is going to the banks laughing with a mask on....politicking at best...

  • Caylee M.
    07/23/2020 16:12

    It not as bad as they claim some people get really bad yes but there lacking in diet vitamins calcium and vitamins d3 this is what causes people to get so sick taking this all the time while your sick and after will help. Garlic is good turmeric and honey mixed together are natural antibiotics. This is how i beat it. And never wound up in the hospital don't forget the nebulizer that works for the lungs. And over the counter medication that clears mucous from the lungs.

  • Lottie L.
    07/20/2020 20:55

    😂😂😂 who was the politician that had the face mask over his eyes? 😂 he looked helpless

  • Ola J.
    07/18/2020 05:24

    Habits are hard to break, but I am definitely trying to be more aware.

  • Robin L.
    07/15/2020 19:54

    our factory gives a mask every 3 days, so that reuse thing is a problem,

  • Wyatt C.
    07/15/2020 19:24

    And they work for us?

  • Cynthia K.
    07/15/2020 15:54

    This is how to use a medical mask in a healthcare setting, and shows just one reason reusable cloth masks in everyday setting are ineffective and actually increase touch transmission risk.

  • Brenda M.
    07/13/2020 07:48

    The nation is grappling simultaneously with a pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 130,000 Americans; the most severe economic downturn since the Great Depression; and horrifying police killings, which have generated the largest outpouring of grief and action against systemic racism in memory. It is America’s great misfortune that these crises have emerged at a time when its leadership is too incompetent to respond to them, if not maliciously dedicated to worsening them. Donald Trump has not only refused to contain Covid-19 but is actively pushing Americans into harm’s way, demanding the nation “reopen” while cases and deaths continue to rise. Meanwhile, he’s siphoning federal money intended to dampen the economic crisis into the pockets of his cronies and family. And he is deliberately stoking racial tensions to energize his “base” for the upcoming election. As if this weren’t enough, Trump continues to attack the rule of law, on which a democracy depends in order to deal with these and all other challenges. But he could not accomplish these abhorrent feats alone. Senate Republicans are either cheering him on or maintaining a shameful silence. Trump’s biggest enabler is the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell. McConnell’s response to Trump’s overt appeals to racism? “He is not a racist,” says McConnell. His reaction to Trump’s failure to contain Covid-19? “President Obama should have kept his mouth shut” rather than criticize Trump. McConnell’s take on Trump’s multiple attacks on the rule of law, including Friday’s commutation of former Trump campaign aide Roger Stone’s prison sentence? Utter silence. But McConnell has been a vocal opponent of the HEROES Act – passed by the House in early May to help Americans survive the pandemic and fortify the upcoming election – calling it a “liberal wishlist.” In fact, it’s a necessary list. McConnell and his fellow Senate Republicans don’t want to extend the bill’s extra-$600-a-week unemployment benefits, enacted in March but due to expire on July 31st. They argue the benefits are higher than what low-income workers are likely to earn on the job, so the money is a disincentive to work. Baloney. Few jobs are available to low-income workers, and most are in so-called “essential” work rife with Covid-19. Besides, the US economy can’t be revived unless people have extra money in their pockets to buy goods and services. Even before the pandemic, nearly 80% of Americans lived paycheck to paycheck. Now many are desperate, as revealed by lengthening food lines and growing delinquencies in rent payments. Yet McConnell and his ilk are happy to give away trillions of dollars in bailouts to Wall Street bankers and corporate executives, on the dubious premise that the rich will work harder if they receive more money while people of modest means work harder if they receive less. In reality, the rich contribute more to Republican campaigns when they get bailed out. McConnell and Senate Republicans quietly inserted into the last Covid relief bill a $170 billion windfall to Jared Kushner and other real estate moguls. Another $454 billion went to backing up a Federal Reserve program that benefits big business by buying up debt. But McConnell urges lawmakers to be “cautious,” warning that “the amount of debt that we’re adding up is a matter of genuine concern.” He seems to forget the $1.9 trillion tax cut he engineered in December 2017 for big corporations and the super rich. Is he willing to roll it back to provide more funding for Americans in need? The inept and overwhelmingly corrupt reign of Trump and McConnell will come to an end next January if enough Americans vote this November. Trump’s polls are plummeting and Senate Republicans seem likely to lose at least four seats, thereby flipping the Senate to Democrats and consigning McConnell to the dustbin of Capitol Hill. But will enough people vote during a pandemic? The HEROES Act provides $3.6 billion for states to expand mail-in and early voting but McConnell isn’t interested. He’s well aware that more voters increase the likelihood Republicans will be booted out. (Which is also why Trump is claiming, with no evidence, that voting by mail will cause widespread voter fraud.) If there is another coronavirus bill, differences between McConnell and the House will have to be resolved within two weeks after Congress returns from recess on July 20th. McConnell says his priority will be to shield businesses from Covid-related lawsuits by customers and employees who have contracted the virus. If he had an ounce of concern for the nation, his priority would be to shield Americans from the ravages of Covid and American democracy from the ravages of Trump. What do you think? Robert Reich

  • Mary C.
    07/10/2020 17:57


  • Miguel O.
    07/09/2020 22:46

    This so stupid if can't put a mask on go see a doctor cause something is wrong with you

  • Gangadhar S.
    07/09/2020 19:24

    If you're serious about pendamic, use it properly.

  • Suganthi
    07/09/2020 01:15

    True,wearing it through out the day is not good for people working outside and in hospitals.

  • Claire B.
    07/08/2020 17:58

    DeSantis is such a 🤡 lmao

  • Benjamin S.
    07/08/2020 12:23

    The one desantis was wearing is a construction dust mask. He was wearing it correctly

  • Benjamin S.
    07/08/2020 12:21

    This is how stupid people actually are. We deserve this

  • Christophe R.
    07/08/2020 12:03


  • Wayne P.
    07/08/2020 10:50

    Don't touch the mask at all

  • Peter B.
    07/08/2020 09:40

    I bet Brut prefers masks with the swastika on them.