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"mr louder" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr louder" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Your love spin to be on my lips take a little thin privacy to shoot crazy flourished, a figure that's my That's my type. That's my type eight months bagel. That's the type Provided writing down night operation a figure that's right, Frank. That's my Hey, this bagel. That's right. That's my life. Thinking of the last trick Got my which been thinking I had a but she had me in the long run. It's just my luck Stop. One based on life living scandalous time games like my religion, you could be voted with the dog and start you with this sweet scrub Some love and very close to you Stand like you want it. Maybe if you got a better friend, let the liquor help you get a bonus. I'm still 50 from last night hoping the walls as opposed to the fast life. I tried to honor but you take saying you ain't impressed with the money you make. It gets true What they're telling me out of jail like hail from a black Celebrity. So that's the reason why maybe you wouldn't fantasies of a sweating cannot hit it A drip into the things you do is still true. What I'm saying is, this is all about every other week Go every other so the West no matter where I go while still Yeah. Every soul of man. No matter where I go doesn't mean others. Football girl was longer. Want her get all the rest won't hurt how to risk slaughter? Yeah. Her high risk, smarter water. All the respect, slaughter. Want her all the risk is water. If I was being I'm gonna pay for some friends. I'm gonna pay for some friends. If I'm just saying I'm gonna pay for some friends. I'm gonna pay for some friends and I got to pay for some friends. Let me play with some friends from the span shot to break your friend. God, I'm chugging away. I'm gonna write to you like juvenile with that back home. You want to risk pay your table terra bathroom when we go something? You want me to buddy back home? You don't like it when I hop out with that bag on you don't like it wasn't much of my tongue. That's the only way where I can get you home. I got what you want. I know what you want. Want to restrict? Come, I pull up on the wall. I want to wish coming from your mouth. But forget about that. Listen to that all the risk, Mr Louder wrist, they launched it. The ladders out of snow auction. What you say on her kick other receivers longer Want her? Get all the response long her. Can we gonna stop owner? All the risk is water. Yeah. Want her risk? Voter? Yeah. Want freed all the rescue hurry from the screen on her. See, I hold up in a car in the dry Anybody got through my want to fight me outside. Fight me outside might be outside used to say I pulled up in the car. The drive..

"mr louder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr louder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Nobody excites you or takes the roof off a building and he's doing it without fans in the building is Steph Curry. So he is on an absolute terror right now. The way shooting right now, 48.7%. Overall 42.9% from 3 92.9% from the free throw line, and he's averaging 29.6 points a game. It's a rare thing to go 50 40 90 right with the 50 40 90 Club to 50% from the field 40% from 3 90% from the free throw line steps one of eight guys in league history to do it, and the last time he did it that unanimous M V p season, So we're in the midst of something special right here. I know every night. It seems like we're here and Steve Kerr say This is The best. I've seen him play, but there's something to be said about that People can say Yeah, well, you should be putting up big numbers with with guys that are on this roster, with Brad Wanamaker stepping out of bounds for no reason what I make. It was driving me nuts last night. By the way, I did a little dive on Wanamaker stats, and I don't wanna I don't wanna tear down Brad Water maker. I went off on a little rant last night with Murph when the Warriors were still kind of in the thick of it before the Steph Curry 16 point, third quarter 16 of the first act. By the way, there's like 16 in the 30 just went nuts on the On the San Antonio Spurs last night. Um, but Wanamaker as a right now, he's like averaging a career low and field goal percentage, three point percentage, and it's It's by a lot. He's low on three point percentage by like 14%. He's shooting 10% below his career average for field goal percentage. Or he's his best See. Excuse me his best season average or normal average for a field goal percentage. He's also attempting 43 pointers again he's ever attempted before, which is not a much higher clip. But still when your percentages are worse, and you're shooting more, it could be a little frustrating Everybody on the Warriors roster last night with a positive plus minus or when he played, I should say, though there were some some rough shooting next, Kelly, you berate junior 12 points on 14 shots, but 10 rebounds for him. Draymond Green had an incredible four game stretch here as far as he distributor goes double digit assists in all four of these Texas Games for Draymond Green. He had six points last night as well to go with his 11 assists and seven rebounds. So warriors win this 1, 13 and 12 Is their record to into in Texas. Got to feel pretty good about that. Considering Eric Paschal came back last night. So you played small ball the entire seat the entire four game run, right? You go to into stay above 500. You feel pretty good about that. And a couple off days off today and off tomorrow before they pick it back up. Excuse me off today. They pick it back up tomorrow against the Orlando Magic is they started four game. Home stand. They gotta feel pretty good to not having his fuel markets. Aldridge in that back to back against the Spurs act. It's just a fact. Yes, absolutely effect. So you still had, by the way, James Wise, Mr Louder with the Friends sweatshirt on last night. That was kind of funny Still, so get these guys back at these guys out there getting healthy and Steve Kerr did say after the game, he thinks that there Ask him about how he thought the team handled the small ball, And obviously, he praised him for for how they played. He looked like he was going nuts a couple of times last night with the rebounding that they were allowing under the hoop and the Warriors were struggling early in the game at making the layups that it seems like they were just struggling. Run around the rim. But again, you got Steph Curry on the floor. He can carry you. For just a little bit so He thinks they're playing well, he said. He's proud of how they played, considering they didn't have a center coming into this serious. So this this four game Texas swing, so they come home now four game home stand chance to get right. They've played much better at home this year at Chase Center than they have on the road. I think they're not five and seven on the road, so 500 team's still looking to put a little street together are these warriors They lost three or four before this one, but they got right last night won 14 91 the final over the San Antonio Spurs, 13 and 12 is the record on the other side. We're gonna talk to Greg on, and he covers the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the athletic going to pick his brain about what's going on entitled Town told me yesterday. Actually, that they're calling it Coming a champ Obey. That's what they're calling it down in Tampa, He got the Stanley Cup. You got your you got your Super Bowl title. And of course, they want a American League pennants American League Championship. I don't know Champa Bai anyway, pick his brain a final thoughts on unruly what happened the NFL season and then we'll do a little sound survey. We'll mix in some warriors as well as Some baseball sound. Yesterday, Giants make another acquisition, a left handed pitcher, a bullpen arm, Jake McGee coming over from the L. A Dodgers. That's actually pretty good signing. I think I'll be good from the left side, Terry Crowley said. Likely to fill that that Tony watching role. I know it's not a move that super excites anybody or really get you moving in your loins. But you it's a move that I think is going to be important. And I think Giants fans need to understand or should understand. Maybe more than anybody that bullpen arms can win Houston Championships as we've seen 10, 12 and 14 It's important to stop that bullpen and then Sprinkle in some other pieces. These were like acquisitions the Giants made right before they went on their run, right. You think about when Jeremy Affeldt came over and see the sign? Definitely 2000 and eight right? He's not here with, like Alex Hinshaw, serious mottoes and Sergio Romo. They started building these guys up before before the run happened. So anyway, I'm not saying they're there yet, But an acquisition by the Giants will get you a little bit of the sound regarding that, and we'll talk some baseball after we talked to Greg Arm and who covers the Tampa Bay Bucks for the athletic. All that is coming up. It's a Wednesday morning. It's a hump day. You're in the lead out spot. KNBR, one of 45 and 6 80. You're listening to these sports leader. Polices the leadoff spot with Adam Copeland on FM, and this is KNBR 1045 and 6 80, these sports leader, a better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. Your home can be a hot spot for covert 19. Dr Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. Many of us.

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"mr louder" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr louder" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Answer is simple, Kinda gay man. Did you ever meet any big spots? That center concert tonight got cancer? Not any talent scripts. How many pitches swung on and the president might have had with them were lining up down in China way he's hitting 2 83 21 Whole 49 bad and Donald Trump to release them. Let's release them here on the Marlin Peter Defensively, Jared and made Very few mistakes in the game to the Yankees made a lot of Mr Louder. The crowds have gotten sector or error, the last three games in a high top talent out of play. So I imagine Aaron Boone has more address than just the words of our great umpire. You know, it was interesting before the game. Yes. You rarely see this with veterans have especially year throughout doing early infield worry. Hardly. Pitchers feel their practice before the game. Yes, and I hope people a peaceful, didn't we are the people. Two down runner at third and boy pretty swings and fouls it on. Not heard. I was disappointed that this is for the Yankees down the stretch. They know they gotta tighten up things on and Peter on the other side, and Leo Terrell on Briana employee who is 29 to perform last night's game, a strong right handed batter with 21 homers and 49 little sapper out in front of the plate coming, picking it up his Rogers throws to first spinach. With a nice recovery after a double right double play ball and a 123 put out, and that's it for the Yankees were scoreless, headed to the second on the Marlins Radio network..

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"mr louder" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr louder" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"You ever listening to Charles Lawton Norman Carbons, adaptation and production of Sandberg First of an American village e based on the works of three great modern writers. With Mr Louder than the cast where Hans Conrad while he man Residues mccambridge Dick Ryan Joan Lauren will ride. Joe Grandba- Lorraine Tunnel Bob Bruce Norman. Field Ross Horace Willard. Jong Franklin Parker Harry Bartell, Edmar and Earl Robinson. Bernard, Herrmann composed and conducted the original score. At the same time next week CBS. We'll bring you the second program of an American trilogy Carlin's production of selections from the writings of Thomas. Again with an original score like Olympia has prize winning Bernard Hermann. The ionized these big John Program was cancelled tonight in order to bring you the previous broadcast. Big Town will be heard at the same time next week over these stations. Let the CBS the Columbia Broadcasting System. It's up to the minute coverage of the invasion of western. Europe. CBS World now brings the latest news development followed by reports by its correspondents at home and abroad. I for the latest news dispatches here is John Daly. Here is what we know officially about the progress of the invasion of Europe at this moment, the second communique from Supreme Allied Headquarters issued early this evening, eastern wartime told us that our forces succeeded in their initial landings, and that fighting continues. Our landings were affected undercover of a heavy air and naval bombardment. We know officially that our naval casualties were light, much lighter than expected rather than Roosevelt, told his radio best conference after noon today, eastern wartime United States naval losses where to destroy US and one landing ship for tanks. To rear admirals of the United States Navy would have bought cruises which took part in the naval bombardment, which preceded the landings Rear Admiral Alan Goodrich, Kirk, commander, of one of the Task Forces Watch the operations from his flagship the cruiser. And Rear Admiral Morton L. Deo was in command of the cruiser Tuscaloosa in American, battleship Nevada pace. The thousand allied ships that made up the striking ARMATA. We know officially to modern. The thousand troop-carrying planes and gliders dropped allied paratroopers and other airborne troops behind the German lines in France. The airborne phase of the operation met with what the Allied High Command described as unexpected success and prime minister Churchill told the House of Commons earlier in the day, but I'll parachute. Troops seized the number of vital bridges before the Germans had time to blow them up. Churchill gave the only official allied indication of just where our troops landed, and how father have advanced. He announced that allied invasion spearhead penetrated the railroad town of Khan nine and a half miles inland, but reports from the German indicate tonight that forces pushed inland from seven and a half to ten miles at key points along a sixty mile front, and the radio said where thirteen miles inland one point north of come. While the official reports are happening, but meagre in detail we do know from the request correspondence and allied pilots who flew over the battle area. That I'll progress appears to be good in every area. We know too that there's no German counterattacks up to this time. Although such attacks are expected momentarily at eight PM Eastern wartime the German controlled Peres radio that an important American naval. Squadron was cruising off Chevron. CBS correspondent child culling would reports that we have already taken some German prisoners. He saw them line up at the end of one of our beachheads. At the same time, the first wounded men from the invasion front have landed back in England and about them. We have this report. Despite their wounds, many were cheerful and smiling. To round out the unofficial reports in the invasion, the London Daily Mail seven dispatch from Stockholm, but Adolf Hitler is expected to make a speech soon from somewhere in the west, where he said to be personal command of the Anti invasion operation, and that's the best news we've had today considering his record debate as commander of the German forces in the field. Now a picture of American fighting men, and how they react in battle by one who has seen them in action. Here is Colombia's war quarter when Reynolds. I know nothing about the mass strategy of war, and it would be presumptuous for me to try to guess what will happen tomorrow or the next day, and I have no idea tall to the final outcome of this most daring all military operation. But I do know Gi Joe. I saw him in action in Sicily and Salerno and I know his reactions. I, know his hopes and his fears. I know that he has been looking forward eagerly to this test. Just as he wants, looked forward to playing and a big high school football game. All. He was a bit nervous about it, but he knew that once it began. His nervousness would leave. It was tough. The Gi Joe Crossing the channel last night. Because, he knew they were enemy minefield that had to be crossed. Then, sitting there on the deck of a ship. Had nothing to do. Nothing to do but think. It was a chaplain. Every lodge ship in the invasion Amada. Chaplain was running during the Sicilian invasion during the Solano operation at Anzio. The G. Gi Joe doesn't want. Any sermons preached to him just. Before we goes into battle. He wants a pat on the back. Sometimes he wants to talk. To unburden himself. That's what Gi Joe did last night. That's got talking with the Padre. And it didn't matter much. What faith the Padre belong to? All chaplains wear the same uniform. And there was only one God at the front. and. The invasion fleet mid the enemy code. Now Gi Joe tightened up. Examined as M, three submachine gun Catholic took it apart, but it together thing it is clips Savannah Munition. He kept telling himself that he wasn't afraid. Telstar once said and Warren piece. Every. Soldier is afraid that he will be week at the decisive moment. Telstar was right. G. I O. G. I joe felt that way. Well. They got near the enemy coast. Nervousness increased. Maybe, he lit a cigarette, then tossed into the deck when an office called sharply, but that out. And, then it was h our. It was tumbling over the side into a waiting LCI. Himself because there was a slight swell, and he grin weekly at his pals indistinct in the same dog. They all spelled as he did. was like that high school just before the kick-off. then. The boat started tug Shar. Wasn't much opposition as I went to show. The boat grounded a few feet from the beach and Gi Joe out keeping his gun high over his head. Adjusting steel helmet. The German, modern machine gunfire opened up. He! Had the bullets whistling past and he ducked instinctively. And he laughed sheepishly. There are no foxhole meaningless channel. He surged fall within the Cold Water Abrasive. Many hit land. Sappers attached to his company dashed ahead to be sure that we're. No mind. Now suddenly, the nervousness left G. Joe. He looked cooley ahead. And when he saw flash, the automatically lifted as Tommy got an sprayed clip of bullets. Now, his long training tone. He did things the right things instinctively. Avoid booby traps and.

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"mr louder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

16:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr louder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Education devices and a prohibition on election system, internet, inter connectivity, congresswoman, Zoloft grin chairs the house administration committee. The ranking Republican is Rodney Davis election security should not be a partisan issue, and I'm frankly, disappointed that are majority chose not to work with our Republican colleagues all three of us on this committee for that bipartisan solution to strengthen our nations election security, and instead they decided to put forth legislation that stands no chance of being signed into law. It's disappointing for the American people who deserve a Bill that allows them to trust in their election system, and have their votes preserved and protected during the debate in this committee on HR won. The majority insisted that the Bill contained serious election security components. That's the case. Why are we here HR one fell flat in the media, and with public opinion? Now, we're here, discussing HR twenty seven twenty two. Another Bill aimed at federally mandating elections. This is simply more of the same what we're aren't going to hear about today is the work done last congress to provide funding for election infrastructure, and to create unprecedented cooperation among the states and federal stakeholders, hence the result, and not a single instance, has been reported of interference in the twentieth eighteen midterm elections, which experienced record midterm turnout Congress's role is to assist states to strengthen their election security, not create a federal takeover of election systems. That's why introduced along with my colleagues, Mr. Walker. Mr. louder milk. The election security assistance act that will provide assistance to states in updating their aging invulnerable election infrastructure empower state officials to secure elections and provide additional resources for improving cybersecurity. These are what I was asked to do. By my election officials who are a bipartisan group of folks that work to secure our elections at the local level in the thirteenth district of Illinois, every democrat, who every democrat, and every Republican county clerk and election official in my district, who came to a meeting Toby. These are their priorities. Congressman Rodney Davis ranking Republican on the house administration committee. The committee approved this Bill today on a party line vote, Democrats. Yes. Republicans no debate and a vote in the full house expected next week. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held today for the new headquarters of the department of homeland security. It's on the site of the old, Saint Elizabeth's hospital later used as a homeless shelter in Washington DC, and the acting secretary Kevin McLean was on hand the beautiful morning but it's also a beautiful new campus and I hope you get a chance to walk out to the point and see the view of Washington DC in the river. But it's more than just a beautiful place. It's an incredible asset to the department that will allow us to better accomplish our mission. Consolidated headquarters, the men and women of Asia's will be able to better coordinate and collaborate as, as the Senator noted tend to defend our nation against the many threats we face, and those threats continue to increase in scale and complexity and our missions of correspondingly expanded. It's absolutely vital for us out of permanent headquarters here as where we can collaborate across agencies and continue to strengthen the entire homeland security enterprise. Coastguard was I San for Addis. We're proud to join them as a headquarters element and to continue to build a bring more of the family here to the campus. So it's, it's a really proud moment to see that this has become a reality. I can tell you that from eight and a half weeks or so working out of this facility is phenomenal. And it's the first time that we've had facility that's commensurate with our mission and operate. Nations and enables us to be effective as a team. The homeland security acting secretary, Kevin Macalinsan DHS facilities had been spread among more than forty buildings in the Washington DC area before this consolidation. Also today's ceremony was the congressional delegate. For the district of Columbia, Eleanor Holmes Norton. This is the first federal agency ever to be located east of the anacostia. It is located in the. Poorest ward in the district of Columbia warning. Second. We and I don't mean simply a building. We're all being the headquarters for a complex. Buildings. I won't name them all. Of course you've already seen one as you came in this building at that, of course, was the US coastguard, the first that we opened the president's budget. Ten Danes money for FEMA. Which is only one of the agencies yet to yet to come. As construction began. I've worked with GSA. Onto establish an opportunity center. And I am so pleased that that cetera. Still opening. We've enables residents in the district of Columbia, secure work here and to get small business. It was not easy getting to this space, we have had to go back to the congress, several times we have reduced footprints so that we are able now to, to accommodate more resonance by doing. So we have reduced the cost of this building by many billions of dollars. Today have since cured along with my colleagues two billion dollars wall consolidation. These delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton, the General Services Administration says the new homeland security department headquarters is the largest construction project in their history four and a half million square feet of office space up to fourteen thousand employees. On Wall Street today, the Dow was down thirty four NASDAQ down nineteen in SNP down. Three tomorrow is the seventy fifth anniversary of president Franklin Roosevelt signing into law. The servicemen's readjustment act of nineteen forty four commonly known as the G I Bill, the president explained in a radio dress in the summer of forty three what he wanted from this legislation. Today, laying plans for the civilian life. Gallant men and women and the onset of it. They must not be mobilized into one environment of inflation. Uninviting. Place on the breadline are on a conta- selling apples. We must time have plans ready. Instead of leading to face to pick him Elkins, a job at the last moment. I have a show on men in the for the American people would not let them down. And the law. Believed the, which they're entitled it seems to me. Something like this. Mustering out pay. You'll ever member of the armed officers legend, Lorraine when he'll be is over the discharge mustering out pay lodge enough in each case to cover a reasonable period of time. The cleaners from the finding of a new job. Secondly in phase. No job is found after diligence said, then unemployment insurance, if the individual registers with the United States and finance. An opportunity on members of the armed services. Yet further. I'd pay paid training at the cost of that. I'm allowance of credit, all members of the armed forces under unemployment compensation and federal old, age and survivors insurance fall that theory of these clemencies they ought to be created as if they had continued their employment in private industry. Enfold liberalized provision for hospital as a. Pay for medical staff. Disable members of the on offense and the much marine and finally sufficient pensions, but this able members of the armed faucet president Franklin Roosevelt in a radio address in one thousand nine hundred ninety three it took a year for the GI Bill to make it into law. And the president signed it on July twenty second nineteen forty four seventy five years ago. Tomorrow, other headlines today, I head of expected trade talks between President Trump and the president of China. The United States is blacklisting, five Chinese organizations involved in supercomputing, calling them, national security, threats, cutting them off from critical US technology. President Trump is denying an accusation by longtime advice, columnist e Jean Carroll, that he sexually assaulted her in a department store in one thousand nine hundred five or ninety six the president put out a statement saying, I never met this person in my life. She's trying to sell a new book that should. Indicate her motivation, and federal agents, have searched the home of the chair of the Washington. Dc transit authority. Also councilman Jack Evans days after he announced his resignation over an ethics violation. C span radio is live every morning with the Washington journal. Here's a look at Saturday. C Span's Washington journal live every day with news and policy issues that impact you coming up, Saturday morning, a look at recent tensions between the US and Ron with Steph Jones of the center for strategic and international studies, and then Ian, a news reporter Nina, Fara, talks about EPA's announcement repealing President Obama's signature climate change policy, the clean power plan. And as the use of artificial intelligence increases. CQ roll-calls, go Paul rotten will join us to talk about Congress's role in the oversight and regulation of artificial intelligence. And join Washington journal Sunday where we Mark the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall riots, a key turning point to the gay rights movement. We'll take your calls and questions starting at eight thirty AM eastern on Washington journal. And download the free C span radio app to listen anywhere and get C-SPAN podcast including this program, Washington today, thanks for joining us today. Enjoy the rest of your night and weekend. This is the weekly for Friday, June twenty-first. I'm Steve Scully in Washington. When a group of gays lesbians and transgenders stood up to police rating pocket gay hang out in New York City on the night of June twenty eight nine hundred sixty nine they had no idea where their actions would lead the became known as the stonewall riots and this month marking the fifth anniversary of the pricing on this episode of the weekly our guest is Brock Thomson. He is a columnist for the Washington blade newspaper. He talks about stonewall the history of the LGBTQ movement equality and his own personal journey. We begin with this from C-SPAN threes American history TV in petty rule of the Newseum, which is hosting exhibit, marking the anniversary day Americans lived in fear and secrecy for much of the early twentieth. Century gay cable could be arrested for showing affection, public police proud parks for to arrest gay people who are seeking s evasions there. It was a difficult time to get their there. This is when you see the ri-. Is of few early LGBTQ group's social groups such as the Mattis, sheen society and the daughters of elitest when people are meeting in secret in their homes, largely to talk about what it's like to be a gay man to talk about what it's like to be a lesbian woman to socialize dance to have fun. But out of these social groups rose movements for social Justice, where instead of simply seeking tolerance, by the public, they decide they want more than that. They wanted actual acceptance and here you see some artifacts from the Mattis, sheen society, a matchbook, which would be passed on to people in public places of people that they thought were like minded people. Again, a very secret way to say, are you gay? I am too. Let's talk about it, and here is a legal book that was published for gay people who are arrested by police that gave them advice about what their rights are when dealing with the police from C, span threes, American history, part of our American artifacts tour and join. Us in our studios here in Washington is Brock Thomson. He is a columnist for the Washington blade. And as we look back at the stonewall riots, which spanned over six days beginning on Saturday, June twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine and where we are today, what's changed, what's changed is visibility. That's the one word to sum it up as Domo riots. Of course, we commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of those events taking place in New York City's Greenwich Village June twenty eighth to July first nineteen sixty nine. The public perception, public attitudes towards game lesbian Americans LGBT Americans has changed dramatically and acceptance visibility. Why was that such a seminal moment? Well, that's a great question. Stonewall has come to mean I think so much more than what had happened on those few nights in Greenwich Village is just become such a rallying cry for the LGBT movement. Basically, what happened the first on June twenty eighth in that stretch of Greenwich. Village fiftieth block of Christopher street was a police raid, which were very common at the time. On gay bars, the stonewall riots. Essentially gays had had enough and decided to fight back, essentially, and that's what we credit with the beginning of the sort of modern LGBT movement. And police initially made twenty one arrests for what, what was the violation? Well, they're needing really be violation. It could have been anything from public drunkenness disorderly conduct was quite common. What would they be called any sort of perversion that they sought to? Stamp out in New York City, the mayor the time made it very well known that he wanted all gay bars out of New York City. So they hadn't really needed a reason to raid. They just they just they did, so at their at their own discretion March. The goal is the author of the book and then idea, and he recently spoke to New Jersey public television about what he saw as an eyewitness as a gay American in Greenwich Village fifty years ago. Let's listen what happened? Well, I got into New York six weeks before I was eighteen year old kid just out of high school, and I did what any gay kid at that time, did move to the big city, because that's the only place we thought that gay people were they didn't exist. We were invisible. There were no cable stations then there were there was no internet..

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"mr louder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr louder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Community. Also, Mr Speaker, we have fifty states we have fifty state governors. We have fifty secretaries of state whom I know my governor a secretary state have not been involved in this process. And it has a drastic impact not only up on the voting rights of the people in Georgia. But also on the budget of Georgia, the fiscal cost, Mr Speaker, I'd like to yield two minutes to my good friend and gentlemen, from Pennsylvania. Mr perry. Remember from Pennsylvania's recognized for two minutes. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And I thank the gentleman, Mr. louder milk for the time. And I to thank the majority leader for his comments. But I don't think it should it should be removed from history that that the governor of Alabama at that time ran on segregation multiple times ran on segregation. And it was the Republicans in this house. The majority percentage of Republicans that carried the day for the Voting Rights Act. Mr Speaker this Bill among other things forces states to count votes cast outside of voters assigned precinct. Just think about that. Vote for you over here. Even though I don't live there. That's going to be great at what we all want people that don't live in our neighborhoods voting for the people that decide our fates in our policies, Mr Speaker for the people act, that's what it's called. But I wonder which people is that the people here are the people out there. It seems like it's for the people here when powerful voices on the left and the right opposed. This Bill voices like the ACLU voices like the NRA and Planned Parenthood because Mr Speaker while you might want to contribute to one of those organizations because you believe in their cause you don't want the protest to show up on your doorstep. It's bad enough that it shows up the protest at Planned Parenthood or the NRA or the gun chair, whatever. But now the protest is gonna show up at your door at your door because the people that are opposed to the things you believe in. We're gonna find out you set your five bucks in. And they're gonna come to your door and say, well, I don't agree with you. I don't like you. And I don't think he should be spending your money on those things is that what we want an America. That's what this Bill does Mr Speaker. Essentially, it's going to empower the federal elections commission to carry out the actions of Lois Lerner and the rest during the last administration in an attempt to silence opposition to the politicians in the swamp in this place, regardless of which side, you're on I Geno vote for this Bill, Mr Speaker gentleman from Pennsylvania yields a balance of his time gentlemen from Georgia reserves, the balance of his time gentlewoman from California's now recognize chairman, I would like to yield to the gentleman from Rhode Island. Who has served so faithfully on the house homeland security committee, Mr Lange one minute gentlemen from rowlonin recognized for one minute..

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