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"larry math" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Oh, that's cool. Yeah! Yeah, and it's been listening to Randy Crou- and John Hammond album that was produced by Tom Waits. About ten twenty years ago on, we'll tell us. What, what's the name of the record again? Sweet memories okay. Where did you record this? This is recorded in Indiana. My friend has a studio up there. Larry Math is. Also an English teacher like myself and has a studio in his house, electric land and in the. Of the Clark's. Electric Larry Land. It's Larry's. Who all played on this record was unusual cast of characters. No, this was all me all the songwriting all the instruments, so it's very different. Project Dow very cool Do you think? Did you feel you had a week? Position in the instrumentation was drum tracking more difficult than playing keys or anything like that well, it was different because all of my my other four records have a keyboard on them. This record doesn't have a keyboard. My last record recorded in California was done mostly live as I think a blues record should be. This one was layered with different guitar tracks, and I took a completely different approach because I was the only. Person An instrument. Layered, guitar tracks very cool all right well. Let's listen to a cut from the album. What's the first one we're going to hear This one is called How long do you know about the being empowered making changes and having a voice? How long for the album? Sweet Memories? Here's Jimmy Adler DV. Raise! Radio. Way. A. Salmi. DV E. Sports. Gambling is a baseball is back in. Microsoft is here with sports on the DVD morning show? Sports is brought to you by sportclips. Anybody else that Yankees. Dodgers Parlay last night one for one. Phrase Rolling down a track Nice Nice baseball. Started last night and the buck goes. Crank it up tonight in Saint Louis. Opening Night Joe Musk Grove on a mild and the first game is a manager for the bucks new skipper Derek Shelton. We've heard a lot about Shelton today. How engaging he is is humor his positively, but one thing we have talked about is his incredibly maniacal attention to detail that goes guys to the extent. He's going to be manager too big leagues for the first time tonight. He has already practiced the pre-game speech to the team. They did address rehearsal dry run. Derek Shelton speaking to a team for the first time as a major league manager, and as we sometimes do here on the morning show. We've uncovered that audio for you. I'm not much forgiving. Inspirational address. Every newspaper in the country. That's picked us to finish last. The local press seems to think we'd save everyone a lot of time and trouble if we just went out shot so. I'm wasting sports writers time so I'd like to hang around and see if we can give them all nice big. Burger.
"larry math" Discussed on Making Gay History
"Spotlit in a board. And and Mabel Mercer's playing on the phonograph right so I describe this little Dr Fry in Dr Fries. Reaction was I. Don't I wouldn't see those guys anymore factory and that's what Gail was like that's going to so there wasn't there wasn't a local gay student group you to call it was. I mean I love going back to Yale now and this is my real yardstick of of how far we've come even though. I'm always yelling about how we've not come far enough. I go back to Yale and Yale is like the college now and there's the dance every year for well over a thousand gay men and women in in you know across the campus from where I tried to kill myself because I thought I was the only one so that is your yardstick for change. It certainly is. Yeah that thirty years time you were completely alone thirty years. It is. God doesn't long time. So where does that leave us? A lot of change no change well. I guess it's in. It's in my nature to be impatient and I only got politically involved because of AIDS and there is no question that we have lost the war to AIDS and that we've lost and we'll continue to lose a great many people when we did not have to lose and that the speed of research treatment education you name. It has been tragically in an inhumanely. Slow it's an epidemic that need not have happened and that we should have listened There's no question that that enough people knew what was happening. Should've list we'll specifically. You should listen well the community. I mean the gay press the gay leaders. You were there before. It was an epidemic or just as it was becoming. Well I think now we know that even when we found out eighty one it was much bigger than we thought but we thought it was just the beginning right. Eighty one in this very room in August. Eighty one eighty men sat with Dr Freeman keen from Nyu who told us in no uncertain terms exactly what was happening and and he was right at eighty one in. August of eighty one. The New York Times article that alerted. Everybody really was July third eighty one. The New York Times headline was freer. Cancer Semen forty-one homosexuals and said that all the guys had the same history which was a history of of having had all of these sexual diseases. Amoeba was hepatitis A. and B. and mononucleosis syphilis gonorrhea n-name it. When I saw that in the New York Times I was scared. Because I'd had all of that and I guess the penny dropped the English say or the bell rang or something I call Larry. Massu was was it is my friend. Who's a doctor? And who had written some articles? He wrote a health column for the native and had written about it before the Times had and And I guess I've spoken to Him peripherally about it but not it had. The Bell Hasn't Rung Until The Times. That's the way of making you really stood up and say wow of times covers. It has to be real so he said go talked. Alvin to Dr Freeman keen which I did and Alvin who turned out to be gay and we turned out to have mutual friends. Said this is what's happening. You GotTa Stop Fucking. You're someone well known in the Gay Community. You have to do something about it. Somebody's got to go out there and tell them and it was because of that that I invited Larry Math and I and two other guys. Now dead Donald Been Paul. Rapoport invited everyone. We knew to come to this. First Meeting in August include people from from political groups capable? He got on the phone and we call everybody we called. Anyone could think of political people rich people media people doctors none them showed up and It was a good cross section and It was a lot of people didn't believe him. Did you know this was a hot political football when you picked it up or did you expect people to respond to you or to what you have to say that very meeting that night with without the early evening with Alvin so that I mean there are a lot of very nasty questions put him? There are a lot of people saying you know you're a born again How can you make all of these assumptions on the basis of so few cases? And how can you expect to hope community to stop talking and you know there was no virus? Then people say there's no virus now but it certainly wasn't a virus then that didn't come for another couple of years people could say you have no evidence to base this on and anyone say even if there's the slightest possibility well that's what he was saying and that's what I was saying and It wasn't so much the people that Paul Popham and Nathan Fain who came to be my big adversaries and Gamons health crisis. It wasn't so much that they didn't believe or not believe what was happening. Paul had of course lost a couple friends by them and the lover it was that he didn't think it was Jimmy sees or anybody's position to tell anybody else how to live their lives and that people had to make up their own lines so a lot of valuable time was lost. Not BEING THE CONDUIT. I thought I was setting up or funny to help. Set up with others an organization that was going to do one thing and that organization became and still is another. What was what was set up to spread information and to fight to fight to make the system accountable and to spread the word of what was happening and that you know we got a cool it. It was not that at all it was. It became very quickly. It was taken over by the social workers and and then it is now what it is then. It's a social service in a very good social service organization but it again. That's our tragedy. It's an organization that that helps people to die and is not an organization that helps the living go on living and we still don't have an organization to do that is that maybe act up. Bush came along much too late Beverly for never but much too late. I BLAME MYSELF. I I am very cognizant of of a great failure on my part that I did not have the ability to be leader that I did not have the ability to deal with my adversaries and still be friends. God didn't there is a God. Did Not give the gay community leader when the gay community needed a leader and you feel awesome and you failed in that role and I failed in that role. I feel very strongly failed role. What does the future hold? Then I think age is.
"larry math" Discussed on Making Gay History
"I've talked before in this series revisiting the archive about anger. How it can fuel action? How an anger is partnered with love? It can produce a kind of righteous rage that propels us those of us who lived through the AIDS crisis. Know about it. Some of US learned it from Larry Kramer who died this week in Manhattan where he's lived for. Decades Larry was famous for being one of the first billions to sound the alarm during that last epidemic. The one that began forty years ago he was on the front lines even before aids was called AIDS and became a global epidemic at swept away more than thirty million lives before AIDS. Larry was best known for his work as a screenwriter and author but the virus that was claiming so many lives in the political indifference political negligence that greeted it turned Larry into a very public activist. His friends were dying and he felt compelled to do something more than to just bury the dead and mourn their loss in nineteen. Eighty-two Larry co-founded a gay men's health crisis now known as GM five years later he co-founded act up the AIDS coalition to unleash power. Act Up came to be known for its brilliant use of public protests to bring attention to the epidemic by early nineteen eighty nine. When I I met Larry AIDS take in more than sixty thousand lives. Most of them. Gay Men Larry quickly earned a reputation as an uncompromising firebrand with a fierce temper. I'm not proud of it. But that kind of person generally inspires me to run in the other direction. I was more than a little anxious. I approached the door to Larry's apartment in a building that fronts Washington Square Park in New York. City's Greenwich Village. As I said when this episode originally aired I got myself worked up. Nothing I brace myself for a tornado and found the teddy bear. Here's the same. Larry welcomed me into a spacious apartment and showed me into his all white book line living room and I took a seat opposite him across a broad desk as I said at my tape recorder and attach the Mike to his shirt. We talked about how we both had wanted to find a husband early in life and settle down and that led us back in time to Larry's memories as it confused and Unhappy College student in the Early Nineteen fifties. I pressed record interview with Larry Kramer Thursday January twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty nine at the home of Larry Kramer in New York City. Interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one. When I went to Yale I thought I was the only gay person in the world and tried to kill myself because I was so lonely. Did try to What am I think that was fifty? Three was the year my freshman year. Yeah is awful. I mean I do want to go back that far curious because I was a college student on seventy six desperately unhappy. We're at Vassar College. There were there were a lot of gays. They weren't that many people think there were a lot if there were so many gays. Why was I so unhappy? Miserable person and And deaths seemed very appealing at moments during my freshman year when I was dating a woman in making off the man by in life and fifty three must have been much more difficult than seventy six at Vassar. You can even start in shifty. Three Easter I knew I was gay. I think from the day I was born and I think that there have been I. I now know that there were isolate. They were experiences all through before. I even got to Yale. And they were all covert in guilt. Inducing on on everybody's part so the it seemed as if all those early years were spent trying to deny these feelings the feelings would sort of get to strong erupt in and I would have an experience. Which would autumn always make me feel guilty in one way or another and then you put it you become. Sylvia's would come down for a while a week a week or two and Yale was awful. There was a gay bar called parolees. It was awful the time when I finally have the courage to go there. It was only two blocks from campus. But it was a million years away. It was very dark and grey and inside and smokey and and filled with old old older man and I only went the once and somebody picked me up. A car drove for like hours before we found a place that was quiet to do it and then he drove me back where you didn't say a word all of that list of yourself. I eight two hundred aspirin. Oh my God talk about slow and Miss. You must have been pretty miserable to swallow two hundred and yours anymore. Will after you wanted out. Was that who knows. It's a scene. I'll never forget the scene of taking pills the Yup and find you're still better. I didn't wake up. I I went to bed and I got scared and I call. The campus. Police came took me to the hospital and put myself and that was in woke then I fell asleep and I woke up in a room with bars and after grace new haven hospital and there. Was this very unpleasant hospital psychiatrist. Who said all right Mr Cramer? Why did you do it and I go fuck yourself or words to that end he said? I'm now you're not going to be let out of this hospital until you tell us why you did it. And I just had a few rubbed me the wrong way and I wouldn't have told who who knew why I did it anyway. So my brother who's always sort of looked after me came and got me out and he was friends with the dean of Freshmen. My brother had been the before me and And it was you know ordinarily when something like that happen you were shipped off to go join the army really in those days. Yeah and then you come back to Yale and you've grown up but they let me stay. If I went to the University of Coyote. Just his name was Dr Fry Clement Fry. And he was about in the sixties he had silver hair and it was a good looking man he whereas reptiles button down shirt and You just knew that. He cared more about Yale and he ever did about you
"larry math" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"larry math" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Booked in you talked about the Obama plan GM and GM changed our plans. Workers bosses in companies changed their plan. So nobody had any idea that that was going to happen. So we can't really blame. Hi, Larry math. No economist, but I would just point out with the balance of trade issue. There's another side of that question. And that is the books are always balanced. They had earn extra money. They don't just fight and. A vault somewhere, but they take it and spend it somewhere and a lot of it goes back to. Lambing to both the US government. Company. So that's the other side of that which nobody ever talks about. We do have to do something about the issue. But we have to remember that as long as we keep borrowing money. The foreign countries are going to have the balance of trade issue with it. Triple eight nine seven one eight triple eight nine hundred eighty one seventy two or three larryelder. Relieffactor dot com studio. What do you mean? No one ever talks about that. I said from the very beginning when President Trump talked about how many countries have trade surpluses with us. That really isn't the test. We want to buy stuff from somebody else. Why can't we buy it? And he also said Trump did eroneous lead that we don't have traipse with anybody. When in fact, we have crates are posted with a number of countries. Anyway, thank you very much for the call. Now. Who wants to be a police officer? The head of something called the police executive research forum is a man named Chuck Wexler. And the police executive research forum is a think tank in Washington DC. Article about him in about this in Washington Post. Recently was a room full of chiefs. And he asked them to raise their hands. If the if any of them wanted their own children to follow them into a law enforcement career. He said not a single hand went up. Washington Post says nationwide interest in becoming a cop down significantly take Nashville job applications dropped from forty seven hundred and twenty ten to nineteen hundred last year. In seattle. Application for the police force declined. Nearly fifty percent. And this is the department with a starting salary of seventy nine thousand dollars. FBI said they had a sharp drop in applications per year from twenty one thousand applications to just thirteen thousand last year. Retaining officers is harder to. According to the police executive research forum survey of nearly four hundred police departments twenty nine percent of those who left their police job voluntarily had been on the force. Listen a year in additional forty percent had been on the job less than five years. At this think tanks gathering in DC. Police chiefs and commanders across the country. Attributed decline numbers too. The diminished. Perception and diminish respect for the police in the years after the shooting and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Police chief from Hampton Virginia said this, quote, there's an increase potential for officers to be criminally liable for making a good faith mistake. We're seeing a lot more media coverage of officers being prosecuted and that weighs heavily on a lot of officers hearts. That's a stressor on whether I wanna stay in this position or not into quota. Police chief of Montgomery County, Maryland, Russ Hamel said he prefer that his own kids. Enter another profession, even lawyers. He said. I see the treatment of our street officers out there. I think it's time for somebody else to take the torch. Applications down almost sixty percent. Four hundred department surveyed. They said their applications had decreased sixty six percent part of it. We have a healthy economy and people have options. But pay isn't the main reason, according to the Seattle deputy police chief his name is Garth green. The number one reason he said is validation the validation that they're putting their life on the line. There's no respect for that. End of quote, and you blame the news media for undermining respect for police authority. All I know is that during the Obama administration. From the time Obama, I came into office from saying the Cambridge police acted stupidly when they did not. To if I had a son he looked like Trayvon. Terrier colder going to Ferguson and saying I'm here and not just as attorney general muscle. Here is a black man. To Loretta Lynch, inviting members of black lives matter in. Put it all together. Officers are perceived to be systematically institutionally. Racially profiling blacks. The Washington Post piece also said there was a steep decline, of course in blacks applying for the. Position as police officer. Charles shere, a criminal Justice professor and university of southern Mississippi. Said African American students are often deterred by family members who were not too hot on the idea. Close quote, a relative become a cop. So here's the trick bag. We find ourselves in. On the one hand. Ferguson PD was accused of being virtually lily white only had three officers who are who were black in a town that sixty six percent black. On the other hand you apply for the force your own relatives. Mock you for you to be a sellout. And then you wonder why there aren't more officers of color on the force. Roy manual the mayor of Chicago. Said that the police have roll themselves up into a fetal position. Because of fear of being accused of being a racist cop. And as a result in some areas, you seen crime go up as a bad guys realize that officers are not out there. We saw an uptick in crime in Saint Louis near Ferguson. 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"larry math" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Have a country to save. And now, here's Larry elder. Larry math. I'm thirty. I just want to let you know what I think the. Republican planning. Up with agape. And when somebody comes and says, I wanna silent or whatever at the gate. Say okay, come back and three weeks or three months or three years and bright over there. Not the US US property. You're hearing pass you're hearing you're hearing you gotta go back that way, they're never in the United States. There's never any children involved in this thing. Other than the legal aspects of it. Easy. Thank you. I watch you go on. You have changed my life. And I'm very very thankful for that. I was not born and raised in this country act an immigrant, and I had this. No. Allow. In my life. I wanna tell the community. What? Four. All the black. Youngest. Listening all. Malta's death is happening around. People screaming about racism, all these. Shop for all these Honduras coming up too. The United States. I understand listening mother sourcing that they've been paid. Who says Oregon? The democratic political stunt. I don't know what they're trying to through. But if you're a libertarian if you're a conservative, you're an independent. The Democratic Party is so whacko you need to vote serve. Unbelievable. Thanks. Kratz wackle. Unreal. I can't believe we should keep the house. Which? Know, what's the matter with American? Thanks for listening. Very fair to story on the news from some scientists saying the reason we don't have contact from outer space is because we're not pushing hard enough. No, no, no you oppose land here. All the time. The problem is when they do people call the cops the cops call the military in the military takes the UFO's away. That's what happened to me. When are you into my backyard a few years ago? So I waited a few days. I finally called them up and say, hey, what happened in my backyard? No, you say,.
"larry math" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"With these people being mad like you only mac is not happening to your team no because i'm in that bill wagon i'm saying there's no competition there's no we already know but you and you're saying that negatively if feels your team your senate pasta you'll still what you say you don't wanna watch 'cause there's no when their pills hovering to your team you're like noodle watch saying yes lada the leaned is host the year break records than a no competition it'll be like we are fan of merck the whole league but says is having to give people saying it's bad i don't know if i could say that we all lived through the jordan era and you ended it i don't know i loved it but at the same time that one no super team knows we all we were all we were all kids growing up in europe they were deep in the kanka para san to happen gordon's they were nobody was touching they did not have competitions like the engine they were i mean yeah because one person i want it was it more was it was a team but also you got the best rebound on me who was the best overseas ran like you what you had at what everybody offer you base had d best or one of the best in the league will give jordan across krause made sure that he had people join the people around here too so as you should buy yet once storrow support he had a lot of trust with the front office has four kids saying in aden's jordan wasn't the know what my when it was just jordan nobody else he seems like now this this dude is talented but we i'm the pieces around ride in at as part of have agreements so this downfall happened the cleveland that was poor gm gm 'cause there's no reason why will branche head that type high seas on his own by keeping love him kevin love there was still reason for his for him to do it yeah in lebrons superstar as g here but you know what has involved no brown we can't we got about the volatile run you don't you're not the owner so you can't show this we can talk we'll take these chains this move at see going wrong way that purchased by that by the we need to add him or at swiss them to train whatever you gotta do that that's a gm was supposed to do a good year did is best as you gotta remember that's a new gm first of all so he didn't even construct the first original that team he came in and having worked with risi but to his credit though you can't play for these flames these guys they brought in was doing decent during the season during the always the until the playoffs came disappear via what if that's not on the gm you know what i'm saying these guys was hot five in each other's my own lebron want yeah if you'll team don't play well in the players that's on the players not the gm is like i can't play field you know what i'm saying rack you if you suck it right now them you gotta take that ownership you know what i'm saying so was like jordan clarkson larry math don't be stupid well when i got there yeah then once spotlight got bigger we end the big stage right now some loon note in one last question christmas games which would you take who you think chris they always the same sparks except dishes including something isn't it lands ninety lecture yeah chris where they got a bit yeah they got a big tv labour's they lace of when they suffer they don't let i'm thinking lakers bosses of thinking lakers in boston they may drawing later wards because you got to remember they're in the same yet they're gonna play yeah this is an easy versus wet yet new that they're literally provision is so they don't blame with four times throughout the.
"larry math" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Name orange fear david letterman interviews malala yousafzai on my next cares no introduction is already relationship between officers in a royal and so he went michigan ridge do not darted chalets old boy rally at how they either of the legendary president under drops next wall just as well as much as two thousand jones swiss kill lovie who was marsh sharing watch eaters dancing during albion's wired and 1995 here provided goals and i as well as oliver stone's the door loyalist girls are actually looked the more to his prohibits fireup center littering away one i ended in a gun violence eyesight of ainu lewis adding of insane saying let me here or deserted houses award assegais and one having about more joint amazon primal the that was on murder blast a little girl arousal and the 1997 up thriller break down goal of the fairly or others combi are handing in in monterey hornet out passed on to president trump mccarthy farming a small portion that a very gun adept and arguing again hardware you'll need to hurry screw attacker knew investigating and delayed university for hariri's plane on a true american preconceived board dr larry math artery boxes yet unite us has described the key man weekly obzor jerry beketov of officers nasdaq user unimaginable severe back right where he showed mike imsa survivors has got rewards the broker the departments l would help actually which straighter vertically handle sexual assault complaints about what's dr amid accusations that ms canal face legal president thirds i love this should have more to investigation bureau metal this year i have us allows this badge wrath your heart your weeklies boy can ours will close on wall street mario andretti the danone razor other at one point i'm also time meals on wheels volunteer i've raced against the sport's biggest personalities but i ever.
"larry math" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Or farmer or even an outlaw so this is also kind of a lone ranger ish element to his sister larry math except maybe even a little more inch saying yeah i think so because he went to some serious trouble in these disguises i think in one really authentic yes i'm one really well known mission reeves was pursuing two outlaws in the red river valley of the chickasaw nation and he heard that they were hiding out somewhere near the texas border so he wrote out that way with us posse by the way at this time deputy marshalls would travel around indian territory with a few posse men a cook in a wagon just because the area they were patrolling in hunting for outlaws in with so vast demean a typical loop was around a typical loop that they would travel would was around eight hundred mile lines are at would be eight hundred mile right so they'd be out there for a while so the posse set up camp about twenty eight miles from where these two outlaws they were pursuing were supposed to be hiding out at their mother's house so then reeve's disguised himself south as a tramp he really paid attention to every detail to you remove the heels from an old pair of shoes he carried a came with them and then he put on a floppy hat that he had shot with a few bullet holes to look goal roughed up he also of course concealed the handcuffs than the pistol in the badge that he was carrying underneath his close then he started walking twenty eight miles travelling on foot to the mother's house when he got there he asked her for some food you know complaining that his feet really hurt 'cause he'd been walking in trying to escape from this posse that was pursuing him the mother really sympathize with him she let him in she fed him she told him that our sons were running away from the law to she even suggested that maybe he should hang out with her and team up with her own son so they could protect each other when the suns came home they agreed to this plan this deal that mom has set up for them in and that night they set up a.
"larry math" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Um the pilgrims actually being subsidised by venture capital of the day the hudson's bay company into canada of the indian venture for britain was it started the venture stirred as corporate the future was explored by companies by by capitalists of a sort in area is fa now imperialist yeah and then i went with larry math is a come all about these come with an actually cut in interest on point because imperialism at and it did create horror fix a disruptions we still suffer from in the middle east and africa and elsewhere was also a civilising force so yeah i mean it's not completely it's not it's not a black and white hereby did not know this did you notice john that on the dashboard of the roadster is a matchbox roadster with a tiny starman in it oh no all head in the matchbox roaster on the dashboard is another even tight noam disturbing either his own player and what he always a road there is all the way down would be very good grigory cod there's also some kind of new mechanism to to store only older as knowledge and a new format was put on the roads jer oh interesting jyle i wonder what else is worthy put linking pedia audit you know put a little less drive with wikipedia on it that would be easy not it would that that aliens or anybody were getting it would be able to read it but at least you know kind of fund the say you did it there is at the equivalent of the big gold disc it was unfortunate jer no but there was a little desk what the hell was oh hell i saw this story on he was some kind of a new format for better what didn't didn't store much.
"larry math" Discussed on Lip Service
"Know what i mean there's an area grabbing a transform because we identify and share the he and you know extreme enemy in so it's gonna take some time but one day someone's going to share their their truth and their relationship people have though i mean i'm glad that you just said that 'cause i feel like even like me because i don't really know like maybe are that i should know maybe i'm a little ignorant is there anything but like i would have before you said that like i would have thought like chan's woman and a man they i gave relationship yes i would have thought that game in don't like trans girls they don't like anything hurling really you ever seen a gay man with anything girlie will now that you say now i actually really like very masculine men larry math made it they like to turn i was just about to say that most of my gay friends are attracted to straight man yet and i'll be like how your state check with the straight man at makes them gay if they dylan would you and they're like well you wanna download but as a whole different arms because they are in the same they're the same actual sex and same actual gender being trans is the third gender it's not the same you know what i mean you can't compare us the same as a gay guy were not made the same mary no we don't chemically think the same were not built the same we don't behave the same is just not the same now what's your favorite position sixty nine i know you said earlier if this his some really good day i like missionary okay i want to new robert arms around your neck and by is who you and hold on killing it like i like missionary cough it out no no way i too i like missionary that's is one of my love for its but you know.