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The first interview of Bob Lazar about the Area 51 and S-4.
28 Nov 2007
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The first interview of Bob Lazar about the Area 51 and S-4.
28 Nov 2007
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the first interview of nfs undercover
3 Oct 2008
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The First Dude Abides Your Daily Politics Video Blog: Fox News's Greta Van Susteren conducted the first interview of Todd Palin since his wife Sarah was named the Republican vice presidential nominee. She grilled Todd on everything from the story behind the name "First Dude" to how he feels about the name "First Dude."
18 Sep 2008
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The November 16 program, containing the first interview with President-elect Barack Obama and future First Lady Michelle Obama, attracted the news magazine's biggest audience since January 1999
25 Jun 2009
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Allah Rakkha Rahman (born January 6, 1966 as A. S. Dileep Kumar in Chennai, India) is a film composer, record producer and musician. His work has garnered considerable acclaim and a large global fanbase since his career began in the early 1990s. Working in several of India's various state/language film industries, international cinema and theatre, Rahman, in a career spanning over a decade, has sold more than one hundred million records of his film scores and soundtracks world-wide,[1] and sold over two hundred million cassettes[2] making him one of the world's top 25 all-time top selling recording artists. His acclaimed music compositions have led TIME Magazine to declare him the "Mozart of Madras" and several Tamil commentators have given him the title Isai Puyal ( English: Musical Storm). This is the interview made by "surabhi" a dooradarshan program.... This may be the first interview given by Rahman.
3 Mar 2009
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Who has’nt heard about Tap Tap Revenge? It’s pretty much installed on every single iPhone out there and so when I planned my trip to San Francisco (and after having seen this amazing talk from Jess) one of the first Interview I thought was Tapulous. Check our tour of their offices (starting in the streets of Palo Alto, one of the nicest city I’ve ever been) and then the Interview with Jessica Kahn, director of Engineering at Tapulous.
9 Aug 2009
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Kristin Reid gets the first interview with the newest addition to the Canucks blueline, Christian Ehrhoff.
27 Oct 2009
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Tired of Not Getting Noticed for That Job or Gig? Well Now You Can! "Your Video Resume is The First Interview" All you have to do is Post Your Video Resume or Demo to Your Free Profile on YumYumJobs**** and Be Seen Immediately! It's as Easy as 1-2-3 Stop Wasting Time or Gas! Get To That First Interview Now! Check out a Video Resume at: www.yumyumjobs****/demo - See how easy it is!
9 Apr 2010
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This is the first interview after I attended the induction at TWL-Intraining Accrington Lancashire, we have a problem, in fact we have two : A. My contract with the jobseeker agreement is all about work, the New Deal is all about becoming a learner...no longer a jobless statistic. B. I cannot sign onto the course under the Data Protection Act The jobcentre itself is used to decieve the unemployed that they must shift from the role of jobseeker and into the title; 'learner'. They use the most grotesque form of blackmail to achieve this, they threaten you at all points with loss of monies, they then carry out this threat under 'guidelines', they say make it mandetory. As a statute it only becomes binding and enforceable once you sign into the new deal, the deception comes in the blackmailing that one must enter into contract with the statute, this is a fraud. But they then break all common law by enforcing the worst punishment on a deception, this is the basis on which this video and those to follow are moving to expose.
6 May 2010
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A short video about how job seekers are finding new and exciting ways to get noticed and to make an emotional connection with potential employers before the first interview.
30 Aug 2010
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The first interview from hip hop artist Mikie D. Music produced by williegreane.
11 Jun 2013
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The clip the first interview from Frost Nixon (2008) with Frank Langella, Michael Sheen Those shoes. They're Italian, aren't they? My shoes? I believe so. Yeah, that's interesting. You don't find them too effeminate? No. Well, I guess somebody in your field can get away with them, you know. Manolo, just check my collar, will you? David, starting with camera two, in four, three, two. Cue David. And... Mr. President. Now, we're going to be covering a lot of subjects in a great deal of detail over the course of these interviews, but I'd like to begin completely out of context by asking you one question, more than any other, almost every American and people all over the world want me to ask. Why didn't you burn the tapes? Son of a bitch! Well, Mr. Frost, I'm surprised by your question since we have an agreement, a contractual agreement, I believe, that we would cover Watergate in our last taping session. But if your viewers really do have a major concern, then perhaps I should briefly respond to it now. What probably very few people realize is that the taping system in the White House was set up by my predecessor, President Johnson, partly to avoid the necessity of having a secretary in every meeting,
22 Nov 2011
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The clip the first interview Part 2 from Frost Nixon (2008) with Frank Langella, Kevin Bacon and partly to ensure there was a record kept of every verbal agreement, no matter how off the cuff or casual. Now, initially, on coming into the White House, I insisted on dismantling the system. I hadn't liked the idea at all, but the former President, President Johnson, had repeatedly said how crazy it would be to remove the system, which he felt was the best way... Well, in boxing, you know, there's always that first moment, and you see it in the challenger's face. It's that moment that he feels the impact from the champ's first jab. It's kind of a sickening moment, when he realizes that all those months of pep talks and the hype, the psyching yourself up, had been delusional all along. You could see it in Frost's face. If he didn't know the caliber of the man that he was up against before the interview started, he certainly knew it halfway through the President's first answer. You see, since the best advice is almost always of the confidential variety, now the tapes have been made public, people are unlikely ever to feel comfortable speaking in confidence at the White House.
22 Nov 2011
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The clip the first interview Part 3 from Frost Nixon (2008) with Frank Langella, Oliver Platt They're less likely to offer that advice. So in the end, it's the whole political system and, by implication, it's the country that suffers. So much for our "ballsy" opening. So when did you actually decide... At what moment did you know you were going to resign? That's good. That's good. I remember exactly. It was July 23. After it was clear the Southern Democrats that were still against impeachment had had the screws put on them by the Speaker of the House. That night I said to Al Haig, "Well, that's it. There goes the presidency. " And, of course, you know, being Al, he tried to talk me out of it. And Vice President Ford, I mean, let's not forget he had the most to gain personally from my stepping down, he was still absolutely convinced that we were gonna win the impeachment vote, and comfortably. John, we have to do something. We have to move this along. This is desperate, John. Do something. Twenty-three minutes on one question? Okay, let's take a break. Let's change the tapes. Come on, man. Stop tape.
22 Nov 2011
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The clip the-first-interview from Frost Nixon (2008) with Michael Sheen, Frank Langella. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. in a great deal of detail over the course of these interviews, but I'd like to begin completely out of context by asking you one question, more than any other, almost every American and people all over the world want me to ask. Why didn't you burn the tapes? Son of a bitch! Well, Mr. Frost, I'm surprised by your question since we have an agreement, a contractual agreement, I believe, that we would cover Watergate in our last taping session. But if your viewers really do have a major concern, then perhaps I should briefly respond to it now. What probably very few people realize is that the taping system in the White House was set up by my predecessor, President Johnson, partly to avoid the necessity of having a secretary in every meeting, and partly to ensure there was a record kept of every verbal agreement, no matter how off the cuff or casual. Now, initially, on coming into the White House, I insisted on dismantling the system. I hadn't liked the idea at all, but the former President, President Johnson, had repeatedly said how crazy it would be to remove the system, which he felt was the best way...
16 Jan 2014
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