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Richard Rhodes: 2010 National Book Festival

Richard Rhodes: 2010 National Book Festival

>>From the Library of Congress in Washington DC.>>A man I have the honor of introducing today needs little introduction to a literary crowd such as this. With 23 books to his name Richard Rhodes is among the most prolific authors here today. His best known work maybe the making of the atomic bomb for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in non fiction, a National Book Award, a National Book Critics Circle Award, and it was the first volume in…

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Aai, Bappa & Me (Part 2): Society’s Ganpati | #bhadipa

Aai, Bappa & Me (Part 2): Society’s Ganpati | #bhadipa

Hey Dhol. Where are you going? We don’t want any. Mom. It’s me! But why have you bought a Dhol? I haven’t bought it, there’s no place to keep it in the society’s store room. Where are you taking it inside? In your room. In our room? But you father is there. What? I meant, where would he sleep otherwise? I’m not gonna keep it on the bed. I’ll find a small corner for it. Babu, see Dhol. Ani, Smile…

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Jeannette Walls – 2009 National Book Festival

Jeannette Walls – 2009 National Book Festival

from the Library of Congress in Washington DC good afternoon good afternoon and welcome I’m Ron Charles the fiction editor of The Washington Post book world which is a charter sponsor of the National Book Festival before we begin I’ve been asked to remind you that these proceedings are being recorded for all time by the Library of Congress which may broadcast them at some future date after the author’s presentation there’ll be time for questions from the audience from…

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Diana Gabaldon: 2010 National Book Festival

Diana Gabaldon: 2010 National Book Festival

>>From the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. [ Applause ]>>Diane, come on up. She is not only your favorite author, but she is the favorite author of the National Book Festival. [applause] In the straw vote that the Library of Congress ran, Diana received the most votes of all the authors appearing today, close to 400,000. [applause] So, hearty congratulations and hurray for her. Now I’m supposed to introduce her, but rather than be bum rushed off the stage…

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Förlåt Mamma! (2016) — Swedish Short Film

Förlåt Mamma! (2016) — Swedish Short Film

FORGIVE ME, MOM! What the hell are you doing?! I just talked to a person who claims that you stole a car. Is that true? Well, I don’t know. You know I wouldn’t do something like that. Do you think I’m stupid in the head?! Could you listen to me?! You may feel very tough with your friends, and so. But I can promise you that soon you will be caught, and then you will not feel so tough anymore…

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Lois Lowry – 2009 National Book Festival

Lois Lowry – 2009 National Book Festival

from the Library of Congress in Washington DC hello my name is Rachel Shay I’m the editor of The Washington Post book world The Washington Post is proud to be a sponsor of the National Book Festival and I am very pleased to be introducing the next author Lois Lowry didn’t publish her first novel until she was nearly 40 but in the many years since she has more than master the art of children’s literature she’s won two Newberry…

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Margaret Peterson Haddix: 2010 National Book Festival

Margaret Peterson Haddix: 2010 National Book Festival

>>From The Library of Congress in Washington, DC>>Member of the Washington Post Sunday outlook section. The post is very, very proud to be a charter sponsor of the festival again this year. Before we get started I need to inform you that the pavilions presentations are being filmed for the Library of Congresses website and for their archive. Please be mindful of this as you enjoy the presentation. In addition, please do not sit on the camera risers that are…

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Iwakuni Summer Music Festival kicks off 4th of July patriotism

Iwakuni Summer Music Festival kicks off 4th of July patriotism

Service members stationed on Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni came to celebrate at the Summer Music Festival held at the Ironworks Gym Sport Courts. The festival was one activity scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend to bring service members together who would miss out on the American traditions because they’re stationed overseas, serving their country abroad. “The purpose of the music festival is to bring people together cause we’re a family. We have to spend time together, bring morale…

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Fox News Casually Admits Liberals Are Right About Weed

Fox News Casually Admits Liberals Are Right About Weed

Fox News in the middle of a segment talking about drugs on all Riley show I krauthammer who he’s talking to you is gonna Abidine and casually be like a NRA you’re totally right about all this except you’re totally wrong and liberals are right about drug policy W me once a child gets involved with intoxication and any cock any cock childhood is over their whole life changes and not for the better and this is what’s happening here…

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