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Sunday, November 17, 2019

My 1,500th Post in this Blog -- Part 6

Continuing from Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4 and Part 5

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The groups of links in this Part 6
The Best and Worst Videos

GIFs and Video Clips



Arts and Crafts


I will provide more groups of links in my Part 7.

The Best and Worst Videos

Home-Made Dirty Dancing Videos

The Five Best Home-Made Dirty Dancing Videos


Miscellaneous Videos

The Five Best Miscellaneous Videos

The Second Best Five Miscellaneous Videos

The Third Best Five Miscellaneous Videos

The Fourth Best Five Miscellaneous Videos

The Recent Five Best Miscellaneous Videos

The Recent Second Five Best Miscellaneous Videos

The Recent Third Five Best Miscellaneous Videos

The Recent Fourth Five Best Miscellaneous Videos


Mini-Dress Videos

The Five Best Dances in Mini-Dresses

The Second Five Best Dances in Mini-Dresses

The Third Five Best Dances in Mini-Dresses


Weirdos Videos

The Five Worst Weirdos Wasting Our Time

The Five Second-Worst Weirdos Wasting Our Time

The Five Third-Worst Weirdos Wasting Our Time

The Five Fourth-Worst Weirdos Wasting Our Time

GIFs and Video Clips

Dirty Dancing GIFs

Dirty Dancing Video Clips on the Yarn Website


Dirty Senior Portraits

Photographs of Anna Grace Moore for her 15th Birthday

Autumn Harrison's Photographs

Sarah Eden's Photographs

Tara Whittaker's Photographs

The Wedding of Johnny and Frances

Dirty Ballerina Dancing

Instagram Photographs at dirtyddancing

More Instagram Photographs at dirtyddancing

Photographs on Instagram at dirtyddancing

More Photographs on Instagram at dirtyddancing

Photographs from Oh My 80s on Tumblr

Snapshots From the Filming Locations

Marisa Scheinfeld's Photographs of Borscht-Belt Resorts

More of Marisa Scheinfeld's Photographs of Borscht-Belt Resorts


Dirty Dancing Drawings on Deviant Art

More Dirty Dancing Drawings on Deviant Art

Yet More Dirty Dancing Drawings on Deviant Art

Additional Dirty Dancing Drawings at Deviant Art

Even More Dirty Dancing on Deviant Art

Further Dirty Dancing on Deviant Art

Some More Drawings from Deviant Art

A Few Dirty Dancing Drawings

Drawings by Marlène Marques

Elisabeth Janerka's Drawings

Drawings on Instagram at dirtyddancing

Drawings and Poems on Tumblr

Lesbian Dirty Dancing Drawings and Videos

Flickr Images -- 1

Flickr Images -- 2

Drawings on Instagram at dirtydancing

Dirty Drawing

Dirty Drawing - 2

Drawings in Tumblr

Images in Tumblr

Images and Videos on Twitter at #DirtyDancing

Arts and Crafts

Dirty Dancing Crafts at Etsy

More Dirty Dancing Crafts at Etsy

Dirty Dancing Stuff on Pintarest

The Final Scene Depicted with Toy Bricks

The Final Dance Done by Batman and Lego Toys

The Dirty Dancing Official PC Game

Dirty Cross-Stitching

Dirty Dancing Tattoos

Dutch DenDennis Dirty-Dancing Dolls

The Dirty Dancing Facebook Game

Dirty Dancing Slot Machines

Dirty IPhoning

Dirty T-Shirts

Dirty Keychains

Broadway Merchandise

Dirty Sims - 1

Dirty Sims - 2

Dirty Rotoscoping

Dirty Lego Videos - 1

Dirty Lego Videos - 2

Dirty Paper Dolls

Dirty Dolls

Dirty Sculpting

Decorating a Calendar Planner with Dirty Dancing Stickers

Dirty-Dancing Figurines

Portrayals of Bungalow Bunnies

Skinny Cow's Dirty Dancing Videos

The Farmville Romance Resort Contest


Dirty Rhyming - 1

Dirty Rhyming - 2

Drawings and Poems on Tumblr


Pink Garlic Dill Pickles for Dirty Dancing

30 Ways to Bring More Watermelon Into Your Life

Dirty Cake Decorating


Continued in Part 7

The Abortion Decision on "Downton Abbey"

Earlier this year, the PBS television channel began rebroadcasting the entire Downton Abbey series, which originally was broadcast during the six years 2010-2015. I had not watched the series, so I took advantage of my opportunity to watch it now. Now I am watching the fifth year of the six-year series.

The Wikipedia article about the series summarizes it as follows:
The series, set in the fictional Yorkshire country estate of Downton Abbey between 1912 and 1926, depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants in the post-Edwardian era — with the great events in history having an effect on their lives and on the British social hierarchy. Events depicted throughout the series include ...

* news of the sinking of the Titanic in the first series;

* the outbreak of the First World War, the Spanish influenza pandemic, and the Marconi scandal in the second series;

* the Irish War of Independence leading to the formation of the Irish Free State in the third series;

* the Teapot Dome scandal in the fourth series;

* the British general election of 1923, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, and the Beer Hall Putsch in the fifth series.

* The sixth and final series introduces the rise of the working class during the interwar period and hints at the eventual decline of the British aristocracy.
The Crawley family has three daughters, Mary, Edith and Sybil.

(left to right) Edith, Mary and Sybil Crawley 
In the series' fourth year (1922-2923), the middle daughter Edith becomes involved in a love affair with a magazine editor named Michael Gregson. He is married, but his wife has been confined to an insane asylum for many years. In order to divorce that wife and then marry Edith, Michael moves to Germany for a while in order to become a German citizen, where the laws would allow him to divorce his insane wife.

Shortly after he arrives in Germany, however, Michael disappears. Edith cannot find out what happened to him, but it seems that he might have been killed as an innocent bystander during the constant conflicts between Germany's Nazis and Communists.

Meanwhile, while Michael is disappeared for a few months, Edith finds that she is pregnant from her love affair with Michael. Because of her aristocratic family's social status, she must conceal her pregnancy in order to avoid a horrible social scandal. Eventually, she decides to get an illegal abortion. Edith confides in he Aunt Rosamund, who accompanies her to an abortionist's office.

While she is in the abortionist's office, however, she changes her mind and leaves. Later she travels with her aunt to Switzerland, ostensibly to improve their French languages. The real purpose for the trip, however, is for Edith to give birth secretly. Then she will return to England and give the baby to a local farmer family to raise for her.

Here are scenes from the abortion subplot.

I am enjoying this series. If you have not watched it but get an opportunity to do so, I guarantee that you too with enjoy it.