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A third-generation-born Pittsburgher on her mother’s mother’s side, Varda moved to Israel 34 years ago and is a crazy political animal who spams people with right wing political articles on Facebook in between writing about education as the communications writer at Kars for Kids, raising her 12 children, and noshing constantly on fried food
Latest posts by Varda Epstein (see all)
- Exclusive Interview With Shmuel Waldman, Plaintiff in PLO Terror Trial - February 24, 2015
- Video: It’s A Dog’s Life - February 23, 2015
- Adele Biton: What Adva Saw - February 18, 2015
- The Soft Underbelly Of Judaism And The Threat To European Jewry - February 16, 2015
- Egypt “Executes” Russian National Anthem - February 12, 2015
Everyone was sharing this clip last week.
Several IDF soldiers were break-dancing at the Central Bus Station while waiting for their buses. They took turns jumping into the circle and showing off their considerable dance skills to an enthusiastic crowd.
It was spontaneous. It was cool. And it was the IDF and Israelis love their chayalim, so the clip went viral.
But watching the clip, I couldn’t help thinking it was kind of grainy and the dancing wasn’t stellar.
For me, it was all about the drummer. Man, can that guy ever percuss (is that even a word?). The dancers were okay, and they’re our guys, but with nothing but overturned buckets and some sticks, that drummer totally rocked the scene.