Bill O’Reilly Is Super Salty About Millennials Standing And Dancing At The Fleetwood Mac Show [Video]

first_imgAfter postponing a number of dates due to Stevie Nicks‘ illness, Fleetwood Mac will resume their rescheduled tour in October. For more information, head here. Conservative political commentator and disgraced TV host Bill O’Reilly has plenty of experience being indignant about things. He did it on TV for years as a network and cable news anchor until he was canned by FOX after details of his many sexual harassment incidents came to light. Now, he complains on his podcast, No Spin News.There’s plenty to be testy about in today’s political climate. But you know what O’Reilly’s really up in arms about? Millennials standing up to dance at concerts.On a recent episode of his No Spin News podcast, O’Reilly complained about his experience at Fleetwood Mac‘s March show at Madison Square Garden. “The music of Fleetwood Mac is classic, it’s timeless. And there are some songs where you want to jump up and dance. And that’s fine, that’s fine. But the Millennial/Generation Z people would never sit down. From the time it started to the time it ended, they were standing up. And there were people behind them! … There were people behind them, and the Millennials didn’t care. Not at all.”After bragging about how much all the MSG ushers love him, he went on to recount a harrowing story about a personal encounter with one of these wretched, inconsiderate Millennials during the show. “This drunken guy stands right next to me and my party, on the aisle, he didn’t have a seat. He just kinda ran down and stood in the aisle, weaving like this …” Don’t worry, big Bill stood up and scared away that dastardly wook.But O’Reilly wasn’t done whining there, continuing, “The people who were standing and dancing, they couldn’t care less…what they were doing. … And some of these people were gyrating… and I’m going, ‘You know what this is all about? This is about narcissism.’” He went on to mansplain how younger Americans are all addicted to their phones, and that’s why they like to stand up at concerts…or something.Sorry, Bill. Some people just like to dance. You should try it sometime.You can watch the clip below:last_img read more


Nicaraguan Labor Aids U.S. Construction of Hospital Wing

first_img Local news website 100% Noticias highlighted the fact that the HA/DR program has built 15 health centers and 11 schools since 1996, in addition to repairing bridges and building drinking water wells in different rural communities throughout Nicaragua. The U.S. Southern Command’s (SOUTHCOM) Military Group in the Central American country coordinated the effort with sponsorship from the U.S. Government’s Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) Program, and took advantage of an opportunity to inject thousands of dollars to the community by using local labor, according to a press release by the U.S. Embassy in Managua. By Dialogo February 14, 2012 Lt. Col. Pedro González, Air Component Command chief at the U.S. Military Group in Nicaragua, said the that through the Military Group in country, SOUTHCOM considers many factors when deciding where to direct aid, such as projects that will help not only a community but the country as a whole. Lt Col González made clear that “this is part of our diplomatic mission objective,” according to the daily. The public health project took over two years to be completed and includes larger areas for beds, bathrooms and more private and well-equipped areas for labor and delivery. Additionally, most of the materials for the investment of almost US$ 400,000 were purchased locally, reported local newspaper El Nuevo Diario. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visited the department of Jinotega, Nicaragua to build a maternity wing for the Victoria Motta Hospital, which was originally built in 1945. last_img read more