I'm proud to be a New York Giant. There ain't no team but the New York Giants. I'd rather be a New York Giant I’m proud to be a New York Giant. All visiting teams, small things to a giant, 4th and long, small thing to a giant, A touchdown run, a small thing for a giant, I'm proud to be a New York Giant. It’s the...
Put down the remote, Because a song what I wrote is a welcome you should not miss, Tonight the Emmy is hitting the crowd so put down the remote!
"I wish I had better news for you but the biopsy came back positive for cancer."
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"It's a genuine thrill for all of us and an honor to introduce our guest tonight. Please welcome the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama ladies and gentleman."
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"So what I'm saying to you, all I'm saying to you sweet heart, is you're gonna buy a home, you're the landlord, you go over there you just go over there to pick up the mail once a month and get your butt up out of there and your girlfriend goes some place else. But I would not be hanging around that house for anybod...
Man: "I can be the one basically put up the house for her and she can perform tricks in the house." ACORN: "Yep."
"After all, homosexuality, we know, studies have been done by the National Institutes of Health to try to prove that it’s genetic and all those studies have proved it’s not genetic. Homosexuality is inflicted on people."
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Something terrible is happening. Something terrible is happening. Something terrible is happening. Something terrible is happening. Health insurance executives are getting a bad rap. As the healthcare debate heats up… We need to remember who the real victims are. Health insurance executives. People are saying a lot...
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"Later this week, I will work with my colleagues at the G20 to phase out fossil fuel subsidies so that we can better address our climate challenge. And already, we know that the recent drop in overall U.S. emissions is due in part to steps that promote greater efficiency and greater use of renewable energy."
"We must also energize our efforts to put other developing nations -- especially the poorest and most vulnerable -- on a path to sustained growth. These nations do not have the same resources to combat climate change as countries like the United States or China do, but they have the most immediate stake in a soluti...
Robbie always managed to have friends. Course he probly wanted to suck their dicks.
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Crab: She doesn’t even look like a model. She got chubby ankles. Fast forward I want to see if she gets eliminated. Patrick Duffy: No, no, no I want to see the acting challenge. Tyra says it’s very important for models to know how to act. Crab: Well you know more about that. Patrick Duffy: What is that suppose to...
"Hollywood doesn’t appreciate talent unless it comes in a pretty package."
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Barbara Walters: This is a cook book for kids. Obesity is the No. 1 problem for kids today. Everything you have here is enormously fattening. You tell kids to have cheesecake for breakfast. You tell them to have chocolate cake and meatloaf for lunch. And french fries. Doesn't it bother you that you're adding to this...
"I recently heard from a small business owner from New Jersey who wrote that he employs eight people and provides health insurance for all of them. But his policy goes up at least 20 percent each year, and today, it costs almost $1,400 per family per month – his highest business expense besides his employees’ salar...
"Over the past few months, I’ve been pushing hard to make sure we finally address the need for health insurance reform, which has been deferred year after year, decade after decade. And today, after a lot of hard work in Congress, we are closer than ever before to finally passing reform that will reduce costs, expa...
Chirped by @bobomarinov
Oh baby, baby, how i lose my mind Time is quite the killer when you're left behind The airbag held you 'til the engine slept At home your pillow cooled while the willows wept [CHORUS] They come and go, love (Come and go, but they, but they) But they're all the same (d-da, d-da, da da, da da) even big, bad bad boys ...
Your socks on the wood floor the moment I'd hoped for I'm terrified to think you might be real I curl up behind you fit my body to yours like a shell I smell your ahir, oh love, I can't believe you I squeeze you to make sure you're really here and I'm overwhelmed [CHORUS] I've been waiting for so long to touch you ...
Fifteen years I raged against the constant C, the speed of light the diagrams and haunted sleep, fozen sheets, in bed, my dreams your garden grave, I'd climb inside, hold your bones and slowly die the cooling space inside your chest, my broken bride, you never breathed again Circuits fail, the cosmic strings like ru...
So rapid the raptors, as coursers they came all the scratching and screaming, I barely escaped while the fuel cells they drained far too fast, I am dragged like worms on a hook through the hole to the blackness beyond at the end of days, where the world bleeds and burns The sun is black as sackcloth made of hair th...
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"Twitter ain’t nothing but a sess pool of shit and piss and vomit!"
Who's that riding into the sun. Who's the man with the itchy gun. Who's the man who kills for fun! Psy-cho Dad. Psycho Dad. Psycho Dad! He sleeps with a gun, but he loves his son. Killed his wife 'cause she weighed a ton... Psycho Dad!
"I find you physically repulsive."
"For the land of the free and the home of the brave!"
"This week, we joined with the United Kingdom and France in presenting evidence that Iran has been building a secret nuclear facility to enrich uranium. This is a serious challenge to the global nonproliferation regime, and continues a disturbing pattern of Iranian evasion. That is why international negotiations wit...
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Chirped by @Last_Clarion
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"But it looks like Green Bay they're playing nickel against the Vikings."
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"But through all of this you have to say to yourself what really happened and what really happened is you can’t be victimized by criminals so you have to go ahead and push back if you’re being pushed by something illegal like this."
"Last week on the show I told a little story about being black mailed and I wasn’t gonna talk about it anymore but it seems like people want to talk about it."
Chirped by @krogil
"Don't you think there's something a little bit patronizing about the way you put that."
"Please call me Richard."
"The claims are made by people who are just ignorant."
"NBC will become a paid TV channel, for every hour you watch it they will pay you 50 dollars."
"Chrysler will offer anyone who buys a PT Cruiser a money back guarantee for 60 days or for the life of the car, whichever comes first."
"The New York Mets will finally start playing wining baseball after they institute their newest fan promotion, bring a Major League ready prospect to the game night."
"Kirstie Alley ill pull her ham string. Not the hamstring in her leg, but the 900 pound string of hams that she pulls behind her wherever she goes."
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"I mean this earning your plug I think I'm gonna have to play the race card tonight. You know we get two a year now that we have a black president."
Wanda: "Ima be me." Jay: "Ima be me…" Wanda: "It don't even sound right coming out your mouth." Jay: "It sounds like a pancake mix to me."
Larry David: "He went to Queen Isabella and said I want to go look for the fountain of youth can I get a couple of ships." Joy Behar: "And she said sure." Larry David: "She said yeah put this guy in charge of an expedition. He wants to find the fountain of youth, go, go, look for it maybe it's there." Joy Behar: "So...
"That’s why I’m working closely with my economic team to explore additional options to promote job creation. And I won’t let up until those who seek jobs can find them; until businesses that seek capital and credit can thrive; and until all responsible homeowners can stay in their homes."
Peter Venkman: "Dana, are these the eggs?" Dana Barrett: "Yes, see, I was over there, and these eggs just jumped right out of their shells and started to cook right on the counter." Peter Venkman: "That is weird." Dana Barrett: "And that's when I to hear that awful noise from the refrigerator." (Venkman ...
Peter Venkman: "Oh, my God! ... Look at all the junk food!" Dana Barrett: "No, God damn it! Look, this wasn't here." Peter Venkman: "You actually eat this stuff?" Dana Barrett: "Look! This wasn't here! There was nothing here! There was a space, and there was a building or something with flames coming out of it, a...
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I wanna be, the very best Like no one ever was. To catch them is my real test, To train them is my cause. I will travel across the land, Searching far and wide. Each pokemon to understand The power thats inside. Pokemon! Gotta Catch 'em! It's you and me! I know it's my destiny! Pokemon! Ohh You're my...
Chirped by @NNoticias
"Alice will you bring in that check? Look at that, Alice here plays the Power Ball every week so I thought she’d like to hold the check."
00:50 - Featured weekly reader: Karen Savage. This is in Multilingual Poetry Collection 003. Other readers can be heard here: http://librivox.org/multilingual-poetry-collection-003/
"Also I would ever off myself with pills, if I had to do it I would it I would do it the way that everyone else would do it by hitting myself with pots and pans."
Zach Braff: And now to play us out Donald Faison with an R&B rendition of Wind Beneath My Wings. Donald Faison: Did you ever know that you're my hero? You're everything I wish I could be.
10:55 - Read by Hattie. This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer, please visit LibriVox.org. LV SS Collection 30.
50:11 - Read by Mark Nelson. This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer, please visit LibriVox.org. LV Short Mystery Collection Vol. 001.
"My expectation is that when you look back on these years, you will see a time in which we put a stop to discrimination against gays and lesbians -- whether in the office or on the battlefield. (Applause.) You will see a time in which we as a nation finally recognize relationships between two men or two women as jus...
In response to Palin's suggesting that he experience was somehow normal, an exhaustive comparison (and exhausting, to me and to you!) of Governor Palin's experience as compared with every other Vice President in U.S. history. Twelve minutes of exhaustion.
Talk given at Accenture about the need for an identity layer in the Net. Builds on Zittrain's work, and the work of the Identity Gang.
Chirped by @NNoticias
Jules: "So course I've got to find myself some baby pee but it's no biggie cause Ellie's just gonna hook me up." Grayson: "You know, people can't unhear the things you say."
On January 20, 2009 President Barack Obama was sworn in as 44th President of the United States and delivered his Inaugural Address. (public domain)
The President gives his third prime time press conference from the East Room of the White House. (public domain)
The President offers proposals to curb tax havens and replace tax advantages for creating jobs overseas with incentives to create them here at home. (public domain)
The President and Mexican Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan speak at a day-early Cinco de Mayo event in the East Room of the White House. (Public Domain)
The President gives remarks after hosting what was a remarkable health reform meeting, both for the $2 trillion in national savings that was discussed, and for the stakeholders in attendance. May 11, 2009, (Public Domain)
The President and the Vice President speak at a ceremony honoring the National Association of Police Organizations Top Cops award winners in the Rose Garden. May 12, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President gives remarks at Arizona State University's Commencement. May 13, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President, Speaker Pelosi, and Leadership from the House of Representatives emerge from a meeting together with a new target on moving forward with health reform: pass legislation through the House by July 31st. The President speaks to the press in the South Drive at the Oval Office. May 13, 2009. (Public Dom...
The President speaks on the situation in Sri Lanka and detainee photographs. May 13, 2009. (Public Domain)
At a town hall in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, the President emphasizes his commitment to signing the Credit Card Bill of Rights into law by Memorial Day. May 14, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President hosts the 2008 World Champion Philadelphia Phillies at the White House. May 15, 2009. (Public Domain)
Remarks by the President in nominating Governor Jon Huntsman as Ambassador to the People's Republic of China. May 16, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President dedicates his day to a one-on-one meeting, an expanded meeting, and a working lunch with Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel. Watch their remarks to the press afterwards. May 18, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President gives remarks at the University of Notre Dame Commencement. He speaks of finding common ground and respect on the divisive issues of our time, including abortion. May 17, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President delivers remarks at a ceremony honoring the National Small Business Award Winners in the East Room of the White House. May 19, 2009. (Public Domain)
The makings of a change in the culture of Washington can be seen as the President announces a breakthrough on fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions. He is joined by the Presidents, CEOs, or other top executives from Ford, Toyota, General Motors, Honda, Chrysler, BMW AG, Nissan, Mercedez-Benz, Mazda, Volkswagon, ...
The President signs the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act and the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act into law, landmark pieces of legislation addressing the problems that helped set off the economic crisis we are fighting through now. May 20, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President speaks at length on how American values and security are intertwined, touching on issues form closing Guantanamo to State Secrets. May 21, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President speaks at the US Naval Academy Commencement in Annapolis, Maryland, and reminds us that our military is made up of hundreds of thousands of individual stories, each guided by a common set of values. He connects his admiration for the service of sailors and Marines to the values he espoused yesterday at...
It can be difficult to think of an issue that touches more people, or can get a rise out of more people, than credit card fine print, fees, and staggering interest rate hikes. The President signs legislation to put an end to all that. May 22, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President signs long-overdue legislation to reform our government's defense procurement processes. May 22, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President gives remarks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons test. May 25, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President nominates Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, read his remarks and get to know her. May 26, 2009. (Public Domain)
On the 100th Day since the President signed the Recovery Act, he sees the fruits of green jobs at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, and takes stock of the successes so far. May 27, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President is joined by Nancy Reagan when he signs the Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission honoring his memory. June 2, 2009 (public domain)
"A New Beginning" The President gives a speech in Cairo, Egypt, outlining his personal commitment to engagement with the Muslim world, based upon mutual interests and mutual respect, and discusses how the United States and Muslim communities around the world can bridge some of the differences that have divided them....
The President comments after touring Buchenwald Concentration Camp in Weimar, Germany on June 4, 2009. (public domain)
The President commemorates the day 160,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy, France to liberate mainland Europe from Nazi control. (public domain)
The President announces that banks have paid back $68 billion in TARP funds, and comes out in support of legislation to make Pay As You Go the law of the land, ensuring every new dollar spent must first be saved elsewhere. June 9, 2009. (Public Domain)
In Green Bay, Wisconsin the President holds a town hall to talk directly to the American people about the need for real health reform -- no excuses, no endless delay. June 11, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President and Prime Minister Tsvangirai of Zimbabwe give remarks after a meeting in the Oval Office. June 12, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President gives brief remarks in the Rose Garden on the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, and takes one question on the Iranian elections. June 12, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President gives his most extensive remarks to date detailing his vision for health care reform to the American Medical Association in Chicago. June 15, 2009. (Public domain)
As the culmination of a months-long process in which the President consulted with the most expert and experienced regulators, leaders in Congress, and his entire economic team, he announces his vision for desperately needed financial regulatory reform. A major brick in the new foundation for Americas economy. June 1...
The President signs a Presidential Memorandum expanding benefits for partners of gay federal employees. June 17, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President speaks at the Esperanza National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast and Conference on the role faith and immigration have played in America’s history, and the role they will play in America’s future. (public domain)
The President signs the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, calling it change that's been decades in the making. June 22, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President announces a deal with pharmaceutical companies to close the infamous "doughnut hole" in Medicare coverage and reduce costs by $80 billion over 10 years. June 22, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President meets with governors who helped host the White House's regional health care forums during the spring as reform heads into yet another pivotal period in Congress. June 24, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President speaks to the press after meeting with a bipartisan group of Congressional leaders to discuss ideas for immigration reform. June 25, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President delivers remarks at the White House on the importance of passing an energy bill that will create new jobs while helping end our dependence on foreign oil. June 25, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President makes remarks shortly after the House's passage of historic legislation on clean energy. (public domain)
The President and Merkel Of Germany speak to the press after meetings in the White House. They address questions on Iran and the relationship between the two countries. June 26, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President and First Lady host a reception for LGBT Pride Month in the East Room of the White House. June 29, 2009. (Public Domain)
After some brief remarks on Iraq, the President speaks on the importance of finding innovative solutions to our nation's challenges at the community level. June 30, 2009.(public domain)
The President honors military heroes and their families during a barbecue on the South Lawn of the White House. On this nation's celebration of independence, he also commends the transfer of control of all Iraqi cities and towns in Iraq's government to Iraqi Security Forces. July 4, 2009. (public domain)
The White House Office of Urban Affairs and the Domestic Policy Council host a roundtable about the future of America's urban and metropolitan areas. In his remarks, the President addresses some of the challenges facing these communities, and highlights innovative solutions. July 13, 2009. (Public Option)
The President welcomes the Columbus Crew, Major League Soccer Champions, to the White House. July 13, 2009. (Public Domain)
The President honors Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin on the 40th anniversary of man's first steps on the moon. July 20,2009. (Public Domain)
On the 19th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the President and Secretary of State laud the signing of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Proclamation. July 24, 2009. (public domain)