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calango lengo - the eternal dance between life, death and water

 
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Sadly I can not watch videos on this computer, can you please post the URL? that way I can bring it up on my phone to watch it.
 
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Bryant RedHawk wrote:Sadly I can not watch videos on this computer, can you please post the URL? that way I can bring it up on my phone to watch it.



Bryant, I've learned something lately...if I open a post using the 'quote' button I can see  the code in that message...so when I did that with Burra's I was able to see and copy and paste the url here....I just left off the brackets that embed the video.

Hope it works.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bh5GtyP0PK4
 
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You might also be able to right click on the video and choose the 'copy video URL' option, if your operating system works anything like mine.
 
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Thank you both. I have it now.

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Thank you for sharing this, Burra! My whole family got a big kick out of it. It was my 4 year old's first actual "Tom & Jerry" old-fashioned cartoon, and his peals of laughter at all the pratt-fall jokes really made my day! It's amazing how little language is needed to convey the importance of water in winning against death and starvation.

And, I learned something new, too! I did not know that the patron saint of Brazil is the Mother Mary, termed "Our Lady of Aparecida" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_of_Aparecida)--though I never would have thought to picture Mary riding a cloud and shooting lightning! :-D
 
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I agree.  This is a great cartoon.  So amazing to see something, and understand so little of the language but understand completely the gist of every part of it.  Art is great.  :)
 
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