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CSPAN
Nov 12, 2016 3:00pm EST
booktv's "after words" program at 10 p.m. eastern, george boar house discussed the impact of immigration on the economy. and we wrap up our saturday prime time lineup at 11 with former banker bradley birken fed's book, "lucifer's banker." that all happens tonight on c-span2's booktv. >> the national book awards will be presented this wednesday. every year five nonfiction books are nominated and one is selected. four of those authors have appeared on booktv this year, and we're airing those authors beginning now on booktv on c-span2. first up, the book nothing ever dies: vietnam and the memory of war. [inaudible conversations] >> tonight's wisconsin book festival. i'm here as a member of the board of the wisconsin humanities council, and it's really a tremendous pleasure to be able to introduce the next speaker and to thank, first of all, the madison public library the library foundation, humanities council, all the other sponsors. this is probably a good time to remind you to check and make sure that your cell phone is silent. everybody reaches for the cell phone immediately. and the boo
CSPAN
Oct 23, 2016 6:00am EDT
in love with, the daughter of his boss, the general. known by one name, like john, paul, george, ringo, and mary, because i'm a screwed up catholic, wanda stepped on stage, black lace lace gloves and thigh-high leather boots. my hard would've paused at the boots, the heels or the flat smooth slice of her belly. linked between miniskirt and bustiers. but the combination of all three rest in my heart altogether and beat it with the vigor of a los angeles police squad. [laughter] they didn't laugh at that in los angeles, it was easily limping by her torch song. she turned on the heat with her first number, the unexpected i love you to want me. i think most people are thinking i want you to want me, it's not the case, it is i love you to want me. if you are in the 1970s or 80s you knew who the person was. i heard this before some only by men. i love you to want me was a theme song of the bachelors and unhappy elite married males of my generation. whether in english original or the french a vietnamese renditions. what it expressed was unrequited love. we men of the south love nothing
CSPAN
Dec 12, 2016 7:00am EST
paul george ringo and mary because i'm a screwed up catholic lana stepped on stage, leopard-print min skirt andloves thigh-high boots. naked in between mini skirt andh bustier.rest i [laughter] >> they don't laugh about that in los angeles. it's a little too close to reality. she turned on the heat with her first number, the unexpected i'd love you to want me. most people think most americans think i'm referring to i wantne you to want me but that's not the case. if you're a vietnamese person who knew who this person was and i had heard this before some only by men. i love you to want me was a song of the bachelors of unhappily married males of my generation whether in english original or superb french and vietnameselisr renditions. we men of the south love nothing more than unrequited love. after cigarettes, coffee and conac. all i wanted a night to remember forever. every man in the room shared my emotion as we watched, her voice enough to move the audience or rather to steal us. nobody talked and nobody stirred except to raise a cigarette or a glass and concentration not broken for
love with, the daughter of his boss, the general. now known by just one name, like john, paul, george, ringo, and mary -- because i'm other screwed up catholic -- lana stepped on stage, clad in a red velvet mini-skirt,black laced gloves and high leather boots with stiletto heels. but the combination of all three arrested my heart and beat it with the vigor of a los angeles police squad. they don't laugh about nat in los angeles. it's a little too close to reality. she turned on the heat with her first number. the unexpected, i love -- i'd love you to want me. most americans think aisle revving to, i want you to want me, by cheap trick, but that's not the case. i want you to love me was sung lo lobo. i hear that only sung by men. want you to love me, as a song of then happy bachelors and unmarried males of myf the ba generation. what the song expressed to perfectly from lyric to melody was unrequited love, and we prepare of the south loved nothing more than unrequited love. after cigarettes, cover fee and corps cognac. listening to lana sing all i wanted was to get a night with her to
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