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I wouldn't skip the end of the video...unless you want to miss some killer dance moves that is... Drake released "Passionfruit" in his album More Life, and it's been his most popular song from the album since the release date. The lyrics aren't too deep, but they are cool and, I think, well written. But in any case, thanks for joining me for this song reaction/explanation of "Passionfruit" by Drake. Thanks for watching and comment a Drake song you want to hear me explain! My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ThePopSongProfessor My website: https://www.popsongprofessor.com The Pop Song Classroom: https://www.popsongprofessor.com/pop-song-classroom/ My Podcast: http://songmeanings.libsyn.com/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cliffordstumme/ My Twitter: https://twitter.com/CliffordStumme Disclaimer: The content of this educational video is covered by fair use. My explanations are transformative and add interpretation and analysis to the original work much as happens when I teach poetry in a university classroom. When I explain songs, I use only the lyrics or short clips of the original song or music video and thus have not hurt this song’s salability or provided a market substitute. All copyright claims will be disputed and appealed. Please see me as your ally in my attempt to use a literary perspective to enable fans to better understand and enjoy your wonderful and interesting piece of music.
This video is a brief ESPN recap of the 1984 Busch Series season but the real highlight is footage of Sam Ard's career ending crash at Rockingham. Ard never raced in NASCAR again despite what is said in the video.
Paul Nadeau, Hostage Negotiator and consultant for World News Networks speaks with Wendy Mesley on the terrorist attacks in Paris, France January 9, 2015
i only post this for, lets say "historical" purposes, i am in no way glorifying this accident. Many people have wanted to see how things happened. The video includes the crash some replays, an interview with Jimmy Means, and the announcement of JDs death at the end of the 1 hour 45 minute red flag. RIP JD McDuffie
Barbaie Nadeau and retired FBI Investigator Steve Moore are interviewed back to back by Sanjay Gupta for CNN about the Knox/Sollecito case in Italy. Moore has been looking for an opportunity to discuss her coverage of the case with her but it appears as if Nadeau's segment may have been taped. She did not have a chance to respond when, in response to Gupta's inquiry about what hurt Amanda's case, he said: "...what hurt her were two things; a prosecutor who was willing to do anything and say anything to get a conviction and yellow journalists like Barbie Nadeau who wrote books before she was convicted called (Angel Face) the true story of Amanda Knox Student Killer. They poisoned the water and made it impossible for a fair trial to happen." Special Agent John Douglas is a legendary figure in law enforcement and the model for the Scott Glenn character in The Silence of the Lambs. As chief of the FBI's Investigative Support Unit Douglas is the man who ushered in a new age in behavioral science and criminal profiling. He recently had this to say about the case: "Amanda is innocent—I'm convinced of it...The Italian police completely contaminated the crime scene..." The New Yorker recently had this to say about Ms Nadeau's book: "Beast Books, has condensed the publishing process down to a matter of months for such newsy titles as their latest: "Angel Face: The True Story of Student Killer Amanda Knox," by Barbie Latza Nadeau. Brown described Beast Books to the Times in 2009: 'There is a real window of interest when people want to know something. And that window slams shut pretty quickly in the media cycle.' Giving the customer what they want is a reasonable goal for any business. But what customers are we talking about here? And is this what they, or anyone, even want? Books are not simply "content delivery devices," useful only to fork information onto an ever growing pile. Perhaps this speed-first idea of publishing says less about what all books need to do, but rather, is a tacit acknowledgment of the disposable quality of this kind of quick-hit moneymaker. Regardless, we should worry about more than just the bottom line if securing future for publishing means mastering the fast and furious con job of the media cycle." http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2010/12/insta-books-whats-the-hurry-1.html#ixzz19Y9R6ahB To His Excellency Giorgio Napolitano, President of the Italian Republic from the Committee to Protect Journalists: http://www.cpj.org/2011/04/journalists-threatened-for-reporting-on-murder-cas.php Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
“SHIA LABEOUF” is a song by Rob Cantor. It tells the true story of an actual cannibal. Learn more here: http://www.robcantor.com Purchase the song on Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/1zjiH5Z Behind-the-scenes: http://www.facebook.com/robcantormusic Tweets: http://www.twitter.com/robcantor FEATURING: The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles -- Dr. Joseph Nadeau, Artistic Director The West Los Angeles Children’s Choir -- Barbara Klaskin Silburg, Artistic Director The Argus Quartet CREDITS: Directed by Scott Uhlfelder Produced by Erica Harrell Arranged by Greg Nicolett Mixed by Gregtronic Choreographer: Stacey Tookey Asst Choreographer: Bruce Weber Director of Photography: Scott Uhlfelder Editor: Randall Maxwell First Asst Director: Tyler Reynolds Second Asst Director: Chandra Anna Marie Second Second Assistant Director: Daniel Erikson Camera Operators: Marco Cordero, Jonpaul Douglas & Andy Melo Asst Camera: Seth Smigelski Data Management: Ben Piety Gaffer: Brian Sorbo Electric: Lucas Pitassi Production Designer: Sara Kugelmass Rigger: Bobby C. King Art Assts: Tamara Gurevich & Shannon Malone Costume Designer: Alison Uhlfelder Asst Costumers: Nicole Gemma & Mary Russell Makeup Artist: Jenn Rose Asst Makeup: Samantha Ward, Sheila Curtis Technical Effects Supervisor: Jeff Barber Asst Effects: Amanda Barber Button: Andrew Laurich Production Assts: Michael Dris, Katie Kaniewski, Cyndi Lynott, Nina Mahdavi, Steven Peltzer, Max Philips, Desiree Proctor, Justin Ridge, Jud Scott & CK Spitler Audio Engineer: Kip Smedley Sound Mixer: Lindsey Alvarez Craft Services: Allison Kurtzer & Natalie Santana BTS Video: Matt Fuller BTS Photo: Zach Callahan Maker Rep: James Koo Visual Effects: Demis Lyall-Wilson Colorist: Marco Cordero CAST: NARRATOR: Rob Cantor BASSIST: Zubin Sedghi DRUMMER: Bora Karaca VIOLIN I: Jason Issokson VIOLIN II: Clara Kim CELLO: Joann Whang VIOLA: Diana Wade PIANIST: Greg Nicolett SMALL MEN’S CHORUS: Eric Aufdengarten, Marcus Connaghan, Liam Gillen, Jason Frazier, Shawn Ingram, Jack Inman, Zachary Kasman, Rich Meyers, Tommy Monks, Adam Parker, Melvin Robert, Dale Sheldon, Brandon Steele, Lee Stickler & J.T. Williams FEMALE DANCER 1: Amanda Cleghorn MALE DANCER 1: Chris Jarosz CHILDREN’S CHOIR: Ky’lee Abrams, Arielle Martinez Cohen, Matthew Goodman, Sophia De’Shea Lavender, Julia Lim, Valerie Mata, Coco Meritt, Jair Miles, Jack Thompson, Alexis Turner, Amadi Weser, & Catherine Zelensky HARPIST: Courtney Flynn FEMALE DANCER 2: Zola Williams FEMALE DANCER 3: Savannah Latimer FEMALE DANCER 4: Haley Erbert LARGE MEN’S CHORUS: William Aguila, Eduardo Amador, Edwin Cabatit, Jerry Cordora, Thomas Patrick Cullen, John Dennehy Jr., E. Rene Fette, Thomas Franklin, Steve Goodwillie, Fred Gooltz, Michael A. Graham, Charles Holmes, Steven R. Holzer, William Kolschreiber, Nicholas Kuefler, Raul Martinez, John Mews, Joseph P. Nadeau, Brian Nichoalds, William Steve Pieters, Samuel Saison, Scott Williams, Gavin N. Thrasher & Manuel Zermeño ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS: Jean-Paul Barjon, Tulsi Carpenter, Grant Cornish, Kristen Fields, Mary Catherine Finney, Jeff Grant, Charlene Huang, Jaclyn Kim, Constance Millecan, Eileen O’Neall, Ellen Ushijima & Joy Yi MALE DANCER 2: Kevin Mylrea MALE DANCER 3: Patrick Cook MALE DANCER 4: Eric Schloesser KUNG FU MEN: Rayne & Bradley Holzer AERIALISTS: Alison Lockfeld & Maggie Moon and SHIA LABEOUF as himself Filmed at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center Cultural Arts Manager: John La Rock Technical Director: Jack Meyer Stage Manager: Jerrold Root Master Electrician: James Blickensderfer Follow Spot Operator: Robert Ory Follow Spot Operator: Dewain Robinson Flyrail Operator: John Swaffield Stage Technician: Jonathan Reyes-Flores Audio Engineer: Sylvia Krawczyk 3D Papercraft Shia Heads designed by Eric Testroete Assembled by Lindsey Alvarez, Bora Karaca, Allison Kurtzer, Tamara Gurevich, Scott Uhlfelder, Alison Uhlfelder & Rob Cantor Additional Recording by: Charles Scott at The National Typewriter Company in Santa Monica, CA. Grant Cornish at Endless Noise in Santa Monica, CA Kip Smedley at ABI in Los Angeles, CA Ethan Carlson at Stagg Street Studio in Van Nuys, CA Aerial silks provided courtesy of Kinetic Theory Theater in Culver City, CA. Very special thanks to John Crosby & John McCauley. Special thanks to Becky Ackley, Glenna Avila, Sam Becker, Roni Black, John Boyd, Todd Burke, Alice Dutton, Jeff Elmassian, Elise Henry, Andrew Horowitz, Charlene Huang, Eric Jacobs, Brian Kaufman, Katie Kaniewski, Dan Karas, Morgan Karr, Ben Ketai, Dan Konopka, Zach Krasman, Anna Krendel, Andrew Laurich, Ricky Lax, Allegra Lily, Cyndi Lynott, Luis Medina, Alex Novakovich, Steven Peltzer, Aniela Marie Perry, Jim Raycroft, Ray Reinebach, Corey Richardson, Mark Robertson, Matt Saver, Isaac Schankler, Jeff Sneider, Cris Sposito, Anne Tomlinson, Justin Trauben, Chris Verdugo, Darren Yan & Nate Zeisler. Executive Producers: Maker Studios, David Britz, Cyndi Lynott, & Rob Cantor
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