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trust ... Let there be alimony ...item 2d.. Tracy Chapman - give me one reason ...item 3.. Verdict unifies 'Generation Me' (Jul. 17, 2013) ...
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Johnny Carson and Betty White appear as a divorcing Adam and Eve in this Mighty Carson Art Players Skit on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1979.
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.....item 1).... youtube video ... Betty White and Johnny Carson as Adam and Eve ... 5:32 minutes ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih6LxwdwvlA

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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011

Johnny Carson and Betty White appear as a divorcing Adam and Eve in this Mighty Carson Art Players Skit on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1979.

Visit www.facebook.com/OfficialJohnn... to like "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" on Facebook.

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Follow Johnny Carson on Twitter at twitter.com/#!/Johnnycarson.

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02.08.79 Carson Entertainment Group

Let there be alimony
The first lawyer

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.....item 2a).... youtube video ... Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman [1988] Disco Completo + Link de Descarga. Full Album ... 36:12 minutes ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=PufAI2O002c

FreeHugsFilms

Published on Mar 15, 2013
Lista y Link de Descarga Abajo.


01. Talkin' Bout A Revolution ............................. 00:00
02. Fast Car ................................................... 02:39
03. Across The Lines ....................................... 07:36
04. Behind The Wall ........................................ 11:00
05. Baby Can I Hold You ................................. 12:50

06. Mountains O' Things ..................................... 16:04
07. She's Got Her Ticket ..................................... 20:44
08. Why? ........................................................... 24:40
09. For My Lover ................................................. 26:47
10. If Not Now ..................................................... 30:00
11. For You ........................................................ 33:00

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xerxes7500 4 weeks ago

Talkin' Bout A Revolution: 00:00, Fast Car: 02:39, Across The Lines 07:36, Behind The Wall 11:00, Baby Can I Hold You 12:50, Mountain's O' Things 16:04, She's Got Her Ticket 20:44, Why 24:40, For My Lover 26:47, If Not Now 30:00, For You 33:00

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.....item 2b).... youtube video ... Tracy Chapman - Crossroads [1989] - FULL ALBUM ... 42:31 minutes ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frr53-QswkU

MrLovebuzz

Published on Dec 15, 2012

Crossroads is the second album by Tracy Chapman, released in 1989.

Tracklist:

1. Crossroads 0:00
2. Bridges 4:10
3. Freedom Now 9:34
4. Material World 13:36
5. Be Careful Of My Heart 16:37
6. Subcity 21:15
7. Born To Fight 26:27
8. A Hundred Years 29:15
9. This Time 33:34
10. All That You Have Is Your Soul 37:14

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.....item 2c).... youtube video ... TRACY CHAPMAN - Matters of the Heart [1992] FULL ALBUM ...

... 43:49 minutes ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=90ZQPFuNQUU

MrLovebuzz

Published on Feb 17, 2013

Tracy Chapman's third album, released in 1992.

Tracklist:

1. Bang Bang Bang
2. So
3. I Used to Be a Sailor
4. The Love That You Had
5. Woman's Work
6. If These Are the Things
7. Short Supply
8. Dreaming on a World
9. Open Arms
10. Matters of the Heart

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.....item 2d).... youtube video ... tracy chapman - give me one reason (lyrics) ... 4:32 minutes ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym1eDeOxq14

faith1277

Uploaded on Jan 15, 2011

I do not own this content! No infringement intended. For educational purposes. Enjoy!!

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.....item 3).... Verdict unifies 'Generation Me' ...

... FSU News ... www.fsunews.com/ ...

Jul. 17, 2013 |
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img code photo ... Protestors rally in front of Florida’s historic Capitol building in Tallahassee

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Protestors rally in front of Florida’s historic Capitol building in Tallahassee during the early morning hours of July 14, 2013. The crowd, which gathered at the Leon County Civic Center, marched to the Capitol complex in protest and mourning of the verdict reached in the trial of George Zimmerman, who was deemed not guilty for shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in a Sanford, Fla. neighborhood in March 2012 / Zachary Goldstein / FSView

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www.fsunews.com/article/20130718/FSVIEW/130717022/Verdict...

In the Florida State Capitol Building, just outside the Governor’s Office, Nate Wallace leaned against a cold stone wall and briefly closed his eyes.

“I’m tired,” Wallace said, wiping the sweat from his forehead and taking a drink from his water bottle. “But I can’t think of any place I’d rather be than here.”

For Wallace, a member of the Florida State University chapter of the civil rights group Dream Defenders, along with many of his fellow demonstrators, it was the second time he had been at the Capitol since Sunday, and now it was Tuesday. The group had begun occupying the lobby of Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s office earlier that morning, and many of the mostly college-aged protestors were preparing to spend the night in the Capitol.

Their goal: To demand that Gov. Scott call a state legislative session in response to George Zimmerman’s acquittal on Saturday. Zimmerman, 29, a neighborhood watch volunteer from Sanford, Fla. was charged in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last year. Zimmerman claimed that he shot and killed Martin in self-defense, but the case has ignited nationwide debate over racial profiling, equal justice and self-defense.

The trial has drawn a significant response from many college-age Americans, who say Zimmerman’s actions against Martin are telling of racial attitudes and vigilante justice in the U.S.

Within minutes of Saturday’s verdict, the Dream Defenders took to social media outlets and organized a march to the Florida Capitol from the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center in protest of the court’s decision. The march, which took place in the early hours of Sunday, drew a crowd of more than 100 Tallahassee college students and community members and culminated in a rally on the steps of the State’s old Capitol Building.

“This generation, they said, isn’t active, isn’t willing to shape our society,” Eugene Butler III, a student senator at FSU, said late Saturday night just minutes before the student march began. Butler was joined by student leaders from across the FSU and Florida A&M University campuses. “Well, we’re here to say that what happened isn’t justice, and we’re not going to step down.”

And on Tuesday many of those same students returned to the Capitol, this time to call for the repeal of the Stand Your Ground Law, as well as for legislative attention to equal justice and racial profiling in Florida. Crowded in the Governor’s Office and throughout the halls of the Capitol, protestors played card games, read books and shared stories. The Dream Defenders, as one protestor put it, “are ready to stay for the long haul.”

The protestors were still at the Capitol Wednesday morning, preparing for the second day of their sit-in, many students ready to skip work and class in favor of the demonstration. Gov. Scott was out of the state on Tuesday, but the Dream Defenders and other supporters vowed to stay in the Governor’s Office until they are able to meet with him.

“We’re not going to leave until we’ve been heard and action has been taken,” Ky’Eisha Penn, an FSU student and a member of the Dream Defenders said, as she stood outside the Governor’s Office. “We’re here to say that we’re tired of seeing minorities treated like second-class citizens and that it’s time for a serious change in the laws.”

In the wake of Saturday’s verdict, emotions ran high as college students took the streets to protest what many of them saw as an unjust decision. Kristen Bonner was among the protestors that marched from the civic center Sunday morning. She said Zimmerman’s acquittal had left her in disbelief.

“I’m angry, I’m upset, I’m hurt that an unarmed young black man was gunned down and that the person that we know killed him is walking free today,” Bonner, a Dream Defender said during Sunday’s march. “Shit like this shouldn’t happen, and it’s just a travesty. That’s an injustice for people of color, for marginalized people, for poor people. This should never fly.”

“It’s a f***ing travesty that someone isn’t able to get justice in death. They’re being put on trial for their own death. That is not right and that should not be tolerated. It’s an entire system that goes in to oppressing and marginalizing people of color through Stand Your Ground, through the prison industrial complex, militarizing public schools and funneling children into this prison industrial complex and just criminalizing their entire experience.”

But Wallace, a member of the Dream Defenders and the president of Students United for Justice in Palestine at FSU, said he views the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial as a catalyst for action on a larger scale. The problem, Wallace said, is racial attitudes and equal justice in the U.S.

“We need to talk about a law to specify what profiling is, because it’s too biased, too unjust to not be clarified at this point,” Wallace said. “We want to honor Trayvon and his family, but we want to start a larger conversation about race thinking, about mass incarceration, about healthcare, about inequality in general.”

As students marched in protest Sunday, Brian Marshall, the president of the FSU chapter of Dream Defenders said he believes that the organization is on the cusp of influencing serious change.

“This is the time for our generation to step up to the plate and make a positive impact,” Marshall said. “It’s hard to have faith in something that’s let you down like this, but we’re not going to quit; this only makes us want to try harder.”

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