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When the final buzzer sounded Friday night, music blared on the Barclays Center loudspeakers and most people within the announced crowd of 16,144 people roared their approval.
For the second time in less than three weeks, loudspeakers across northern Japan on Friday alerted people that a North Korean missile was headed their way and told them they had minutes to seek cover.
Lifeguards kept people from accessing the beach — just south of the Torrey Pines Glider Port — while the police helicopter crew used a loudspeaker to ask people already at the beach to move away from the gunman.
The shared camaraderie of wearing the black plastic ponchos; the Palais de Tokyo fountains going full blast; Owens’s wife, Michèle Lamy, cackling maniacally on the loudspeaker; the layers upon layers of clothes . . .
Confetti flew, a cake was wheeled out to center court, speeches were delivered through the loudspeaker and the voices of Geno Auriemma and Chris Dailey rang through Mohegan Sun Arena.
They are insistently warned by loudspeaker, in several languages, of the dangers of pickpockets.
But there’s simply no way the Multnomah County justice system could prosecute everyone who blocked traffic, everyone who refused to disperse when they were told to on a loudspeaker.
At first the country-music fans at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas thought the loudspeakers were malfunctioning or that the pyrotechnics had gone awry.
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