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Three Junes is a vividly textured symphonic novel set on both sides of the Atlantic during three fateful summers in the lives of a Scottish family. Three Junes "almost threatens to burst with all the life it contains...extraordinary," says Michael Cunningham, author of The Hours.
"Beautiful Narration of a Wonderful Story!"
Anthony trades in his Mustang for a Jaguar, we talk to Kenny, there’s lots of sex crimes at Grand Central Station, Anthony goes to the DMV, we check to see if we’re on our high school’s lists of famous people, we talk about the Commack Motor Inn, Jim makes the news with his MSNBC comments, we go over a list of offensive patents, and the Supreme Court rules on patent trolls.
The author of this book, Arthur James Lyon Fremantle, has, perhaps, achieved more renown in recent years than at any time since the publication of his literary efforts. Those familiar with the film Gettysburg will recall the unusual figure of a British Guards officer attired (inaccurately) in his full dress Guardsman's scarlet uniform among the ranks of the Virginians at the famous and pivotal battle.
Today on O&A, Sam hosts the Pre Show, Jonah Hill might be in trouble for what he said to a photographer, we recap the Barry Williams phone call, MSNBC apologizes for their Ann B. Davis coverage, we try to find out why Jonah Hill won’t come on the show, and we talk about Star Wars.
"Wider War" by Dexter Filkins; "Poll" by Ian Frazier; "The Disruption Machine" by Jill Lepore; "Liner Notes" by George Saunders; "The Id Girls" by Nick Paumgarten; "The Skeptic" by Sasha Frere-Jones.
The Ron and Fez Show is a radio talk show hosted by Ron "Tex" Bennington and Fez "Marie" Whatley.
Three years ago, Lou Jackson, eldest son, died in a work accident. And nothing has been the same since for the Jacksons. They lost their heart and soul the day Lou died, even as matriarch Evelyn tries to keep them together. But things are changing and the family will either find their way back to each other. Or they’ll be torn asunder.
In This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible, award-winning civil rights scholar Charles Cobb Jr. describes how the Second Amendment became an integral part of survival and liberation for blacks in America - from the troublesome years of Reconstruction through the civil rights movement. Then, in 1994, Steve Wright retired from a 13-year career in the National Football League. Wright became an entrepreneur and developed the first mist cooling system used on NFL sidelines.
We talk some more about Willie Randolph. We talk about offshore drilling. Gene Simmons is going after Radiohead. We talk about Google Earth. Would you read someone's diary? We talk about the use of cigars in comics. AFI has another list of top movies. There is a Disney lawsuit. Lilly is mad at Dave & Pitzy for hanging out with her ex. We talking about drinking and feeling guilty. Dave talks about being a dad.
Welcome to Forbes for June 23rd, 2014 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles. In the cover story: The Forbes 2014 Investment Guide: The Best Advice of All Time. We've rounded up the 20 finest market minds - dead or alive. Be warned: You just might get rich.
G-8 and his Battle Aces rode the nostalgia boom ten years after World War I ended. These high-flying exploits were tall tales of a World War that might have been, featuring monster bats, German zombies, wolf-men, harpies, Martians, and even tentacled floating monsters. Most of these monstrosities were the work of Germany’s seemingly endless supply of mad scientists, chief of whom was G-8’s recurring Nemesis, Herr Doktor Krueger.
This week on Car Talk, kids give the "Golden Rule" and a few other maxims an innocent (yet funny) twist. Then it's off to Arizona where Lily's Taurus is making a noise that she hopes will lead her husband to make another noise-- namely, "Let's buy you a new Mustang." But all is not well in Mustang-land for Martin--his is emitting blue smoke, so his wallet may be emitting a large boat payment.
Today on O&A, we talk about the blown call that ruined a perfect game last night. Ken Griffey Jr. retires. Anthony buys a new gun. Paul McCartney sticks up for Obama. We talk about the oil spill. Kenny makes some production. We talk about Dickie Goodman. We listen to the Gary Coleman 911 call and talk about his terrible wife. Jim does some Jimspirations. Joran van der Sloot is accused of killing another girl. John Mark Karr is trying to have sex with more young girls.
Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the storm chasers who die, and the 60 Minutes coverage on artificial limbs. Bob Levy calls in, and Jim discuss rape jokes. Kevin Smith joins us in studio to talk about sex and the recent Michael Douglas comments. We continue in studio with Kevin Smith and we discuss his new web video about how Superman would shave and Amy’s Baking Company. We learn that Bob Kelly had his baby, Bobby the Champ calls in to discuss his invention of “No Homo” and we discuss Roy Hibbert’s comments at a post-game press conference.
A conversation with Jack Keane and Vali Nasr. A discussion about the arrest of Whitey Bulger, with Kevin Cullen. And finally, a conversation with Time magazine’s managing editor, Richard Stengel.
Today on O&A, we talk about Sandy Kane being sued by the Naked Cowboy. We listen to some news reports about it. Sam interviews Sandy. We watch Sandy on the morning news. The top US general in Afghanistan is in trouble for criticizing the president. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. We talk about the documentary I Am Comic and discuss Carlos Mencia stealing material. Sandy Kane and The Naked Cowgirl both stop by.
From out of the pages of Operator #5 magazine steps a dramatic hero who pits himself against threats to national security from all origins. Whether it's a subversive internal threat, or a full-scale invasion from an enemy land, James Christopher stood ready and resolute to defeat it. James Christopher did not technically belong to the U. S. Secret Service. He was a top agent for an America's unnamed Intelligence Service. It was in his blood.
Today on O&A, we start the show by recapping yesterday’s Paris Hilton interview. We talk about some old fashion slang terms and try to get definitions on them. We talk politics and update everyone on the Anthony Weiner situation. Ant gives everyone a Casey Anthony update and talks about one of his new favorite shows, Breaking Bad.
Today on O&A, we start the show talking about Lindsay Lohan going back to court. Ant talks about what was going on yesterday with the Casey Anthony story. Police caught the Medford pharmacy killer. We talk about the latest in Ryan Dunn’s death and listen to Bam Margera talking about what happened. Mobster Whitey Bulger was finally caught. Uncle Paul talks about his favorite scenes in My Girl. We have Sex Bagel come up with songs to come back from break with based on news stories.
"Missing Elijah Wood segment"
On today's Ron & Fez show, the guys discuss Chris Stanley's World Cup jinx and Fez's recent dating troubles with his friend Michael. We discuss if college and student loans are still relevant in today's world before welcoming comedian Nick Thune in studio to discuss his new vinyl album and being a dad.