“On the campaign trail and trips to the southern border, President Trump has called his big, beautiful wall ‘tough’; ‘virtually impenetrable.’ On a September visit to the Otay Mesa border site in San Diego, he boasted, ‘This wall is not something that can be really knocked down.'”

Knocked over by winds this week, it fell on some trees on the Mexican side.

Trump once again loses a battle to his old nemesis – wind.

Also, we have found that gates have to be left open in summer.

“President Trump’s border wall probably will require the installation of hundreds of storm gates to prevent flash floods from undermining or knocking it over, gates that must be left open for months every summer during ‘monsoon season’ in the desert, according to U.S. border officials, agents and engineers familiar with the plans. The open, unmanned gates in remote areas already have allowed for the easy entry of smugglers and migrants into the United States.”

And finally – supporters of the wall don’t seem to grasp the concepts of drones and tunnels.

But apart from all that, everything seems to be planned perfectly.

Petite, 19-year-old Linnea Quigley dances up a storm while stark naked in Auditions (1978)

I had never seen this particular scene before today, but dancing naked was kind of her signature move. She did it in the sensitive film treasure, Psycho From Texas:

And her most famous such scene was the legendary tombstone boogie in The Return of the Living Dead.