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"bolingbrook" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"A man who essentially is an ineffectual leader. WHO GETS? Thrown by. Much more popular. Young Man. I was concerned that if the casting of the play. For example, if the bolingbrook character the character who ends up taking over at the end. Is. A white man. It might not look good so. Casting an African American woman to play Bolingbrook as layer of of intrigue to the play shows that, but of course we do on the radio My first thought was well. How are we going to translate batteries? That is something that we need to be concerned about now. You know to me, So, that was the that was the first thing. then. Secondly, our say there are all these ideas. I had about the play in about the way that I wanted to play the character. When I've seen the before, he's presented as this guy who's just a bad dude, who's just clumsy and like arrogant narcissistic in a bad leader, but I wanted to tell the story of a man who's doing the best that he can. In a world that he just can't quite manage, right. But when you take that off the stage and put it onto onto radio. Then you I, it's difficult to. It's difficult to convey that. so those are my concerns. But at the same time, the thing I was really interested in as I, said before is that lasts? Beach. And how? We see this person really exposes all on their ability. And one of the challenges. I find with doing Shakespeare in places like the Delacour or these lodge is very difficult to play. Intimate. Interior moments so. I think this form would allow people to really hear the words. And he had the complexity of the thoughts in a way that sometimes gets lost in the in theaters. Yes, so you mentioned the sort of the difficulty of that the dynamic between Richard in Bolingbrook in terms of race, in terms of power in terms of all these interesting things and How then change those dynamics for that person to be a Black Woman Miriam? How? How was it to to work with her? Playing with her, she's she comes to so prepared. Yeah, she had exploited the text like Farrelly, so she knew exactly what she wanted to do. She doesn't do any of that. Fancy Kinda High Falutin. Yeah. Language that some people are accustomed to hearing wish Richie just makes it. She makes it her own. She puts it into her body speaks in it, and it sounds beautiful and I think because she played in that way. You know I it forced me and everybody else also to kind of. Dig Our heels in and. And come correct as they say. She so I think there was a bit of a kind of I won't say one UPMANSHIP. There was a there was like a healthy kind of. Competition between the two of US say. That we that we were two characters like fighting for power, right and so I think that. there was a bit at that between she, and is well as actors which which I think helped. But it definitely made me feel much much better to know that we cast a woman of color in that part because I think. My worry was that. There's a way of doing the plane which you know. If you have a black Richard in a way, bolingbrook that it could be, you could be seen to be telling the story that black people can't lead or that. There's a problem with black leadership, and then only it takes a white man to come back in and restore order I think when we inhabit these parts. We have to always be cognizant of like the moment that we're in like. The stories that were we telling on top of the story itself? But. And Smash back. That was out the window. It was just about the play. These people who are. Fighting for what they believe in. The other stuff you're talking about you. Know you perception that casting creates. That's just seems to me so in some ways like a double duty. Right that you're not just doing the play. You're thinking about the story that your presence is telling. I mean you could call it a burden. You could call it a duty. You could call it just another intellectual challenge, but how does that live in your mind? The as a deep question I mean I've thought about this a lot. Older years have gone through every version of I feel like there were towns when I felt like it was a burden because I felt like well I just WanNa. Be Able to do the play and. Just do my work as an actor right But I think now what I feel is it really is? It really is a privilege. You know I've come to the point in my life where I'm really embracing my. Responsibility as an artist because it is a responsibility, you know it's not just it's different. Men is not just about. I want to be good and do this part because I like the part Noah like. Megan on stage whatever play I'm in is a statement. It means something to somebody you know what I mean. And I want to really take care of at I think. I remember when I was at school. I look at these plays like hamlet. Like for example right there would be. You'RE GONNA do it if you're gonNA, have some money. Black is GONNA be Horatio. Maybe layer tease you know what I'm saying. May WanNa to maybe. If. You'RE GONNA. Do Romeo, and Juliet you have. mercutio probably could be black. You know what I'm saying. Romeo, but mccue Xio. And on and on and on Cherry Orchard. You know the pocket. He's often like man. You know the guy who comes back for his his land, and his inheritance, because his father was a serving, there were just these Sur orb, Aaron the more, or you know a fellow. They were just these kind of like. Characters. That? Think like myself and other bikers. I know just sort of accepted like okay well. These are the ones that are of a be available to us. I remember when I was in college and Even a graphical people say, are you? Your engine shared interest in Shakespeare. I. Say is all you know a fellow. Have you played fellow, and and for that reason for a long time. I like never gonNA touch. I don't want it. Because just because everybody thinks that that's the only thing we can do. I'm not GONNA do it. So when opportunity came along to play the part, I was released resistant to it I It definitely kick my butt that play in that part. So in some ways I think I I accepted that for a long time as being true But. That's over man like this. That's all changed now. Sometimes right. The way that I think is taught in schools. You do your research about the world of the play. You figure out what the character motivations are. What the obstacles are you know what the things they're doing to move their life forward all these things. But at a certain point. I've always found as a black actor. If I'm playing if I'm the only black actor in. The Cherry Orchard Right or in or in you know. Whatever nips and play. At a certain point I come to the place where I go well, you know what what is the world of play? Jerry takes place in Russia. So,.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"bolingbrook" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The number this is David who is in Bolingbrook David good morning you're on WGR some morning low are you this morning I'm good I'm good thanks for hanging on how can I help you my issue is I replaced by a GFCI outlet in the kitchen okay and it's not working I got a hot and brown refers and what I have here is the GFI is beating other outlets what I did was put the black wire forces the hot online sites and they're not quite choir which is still true on the other side Dan that's in line then the Lok FAQ if each other outlet but when you bring up with the white wire on the low side and then the black wire on the on the hot and there are problems but it's not working how many how many outlets is feeding it's an older house the actually this one okay I'm okay so you're coming in on the line with the neutral in the hot bowls so both are on the line and they are coming off the load for the other two outlets yes Sir and that's all it's feeding is one other outlet yes I need a I need an electric shouldn't of them I'm just try I don't want to give the right advice here I think if you pig tail though neutral and I thought you know I don't and then they leave the heart on the line that'll solve the problem but I'm sure I'll get a text message from unknown content I I I have no ability to for to get a text well you do the Gentex how can you do that really all right if I got a lecture shins listening just so I can give that right information don't hang up because I want I I I I need to see it all the time that but I I I think I'm right about that but keep listening and I'm sure I'll get a lecture shins listening to say whatever Lou you gotta do that so what's that yes so if you wanna if you wanna help me out there text me at the three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred and we can see those text messages evidently I didn't know we could do that eight seven seven two one three four Lewis our phone number eight seven seven two one three four five six eight wait hot is the gold screw yeah white is the silver script well yeah we know that we got all that I want to know about the line and load feeding the elect cleaning the outlet all right let's talk to well let's talk to allies in Iowa here now you're around seven twenty WGN cool this is my question bunch of us are doing redoing a personage out in the western end of lasalle county and I was downstairs in the crawl space knocking fifty year old cobwebs out he soon noticed that the furnace is a train furnace and it's laying horizontally but the labels are vertical like it would stand up nine and without going back into the name plate and figure out if that particular model was designed like there is a design like that when you so here's my question never taken the covers off no okay no I was I was jacking up the being because the floor was a level one after a while the column got it so a lot of towns that was not my purpose a lot of times the stickers don't matter but it's the way the burn so many of them the horizontal as you change you can change the way the you can change the way the heat exchanger sets because it's all about the burner so when you take the covers off okay more than likely you're gonna have a three or four burners okay when you break when you take the covers off if you look at the burner tubes you know what I'm talking about right they should be they should be running horizontally as you're looking at it with the cover off if they're vertical then somebody just took the furnace and turned it on its side and that's not how it should be right right yeah that was my concern I saw it right the name plate just dictators are vertical yeah look at the burners don't look at the sticker okay so the plates mean nothing the there's actually played just stickers don't mean anything it's the way the bird the burner in the heat exchangers orient okay all right okay all right I don't really want to go back down in there well how long is it there are the main effect of the installer wrote down nineteen ninety three on it and it's been working ever since you know I guess it's been working ever since we haven't had any complaints from the tenants yeah okay yet just double check it and have someone take a look at it and then we'll we'll go from there I am I taking line for for my electricians yes you thank you you don't look you don't look there is this this is Jim yes Jim are you are you an electrician no but I do wiring for work as well want me to go ahead what do you what do you do you understand what the guy was saying that it's on it's on like you said that the has the hot wire on the line side which is correct but he put the wood neutral wire on the both sides which is incorrect both incoming wires after both the hot and neutral on the line inside the secondary outlet has to go to blind side her neutral I think that's what he had I think what he said was the white wire was on the lines of the load side from the source so the white so the so the black and white from the breaker panel go to the line side it says is that it sounded like you said he had the white wire on the other terminal on the low side instead align society apparatus lightweight described as he had the black he had the black on on the line line and then he had the right to trial on the line side step son electricity of the neutron the load yeah looking at him crisscrossed okay okay kick a little line that should be the line the line inside from the breaker panel hi at neutral in the low side goes to the next outlet hi mutual you're good man Charlie Brown Hey let's give them let's give him a let's give them a house were tapped can we do that hold on a minute dialing rose thank you hold on a second we.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And four firefighters injured up Monday night when a tractor trailer and a fire truck collided in northern Arkansas none of the injuries appear to be serious members of the Merion fire department responded to an earlier crash on I. fifty five near the twenty four mile marker the department's Facebook post says they were clearing the scene when they were involved in a crash with a tractor trailer no other details the chief says we're very fortunate that our guy sustained minor injuries the driver of the truck had minor injuries as well god was with us for sure one member of the department family remained in the hospital as of Tuesday morning that's that's about twelve miles north west of Memphis right now we get back to the calls here and who's next on the mud flap I believe it is I can get the right line there's mud flap good morning hi doing all right what's happening this morning just about forty five minutes so we're getting closer and closer there you go here are your parents doing great Hey armor that questions you what you got we actually Jacqueline was the first golfer to do what our TV are you still there are mud flaps I think maybe he's not I thought he was pausing to think very mum must have them this is gone all right give us a call back mudflap if you can get through here in the next few minutes try to get you back on let's just try the grey go good morning there all right you're paying more morning they can it's one Tony Jacklin was the first golfer to do awhile G. V. get a hole in one yes how about that balsam balsam there you go all right I have a question I got a two thousand eleven at one fifty and then I got like seventy thousand miles on it and I'm looking at changing changing out in the factory says ninety thousand ballots on the transmission and and all that but some stuff I'm reading online they used to be trained in the sixty thousand you're right yeah I yeah the I think you're right sixty thousand that is the S. is kind of the journal of right biolage did everybody pretty much recommence what product will not be put to use the same product all latter the end engine transmission differential yes the the the motor car Hyperloop project to us engine one ounce recorded the others okay all right also in the power steering sh okay yeah I haven't been able to it got better yet so I guess non smoking at CERN you know you have got another you get a fifty percent off there you go well I'll put you on hold so we can get your information take care of you know what you want to try one more right now I'm trying to write one issue it's real easy when smoke what was the name of the saloon the name of the saloon I thought it was I thought it was a saloon no note famous name or do you have a name okay hello said salute over top of the bar in the western generals of all right so let's pause right there get a final time out will come back to a five one more winner here's a Roland a hump day on America's trucking network get ready for the twenty minute contract he showed the largest annual trek to show again in the US of a register.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"bolingbrook" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Good one go to one can stay on the line will determine if you're the winner let's go to where you calling from your own WGN I'm calling from Bolingbrook and this is for those of us like to get a little bit rowdy or do fireworks forward dar the police are here here's your card is the night and the police are here rich stay on the line let's go to Mary really likes to party a merry I you're on WGN water where you call from I'm calling from Chicago all right merry what you're for words I don't feel good why you don't want to be sick on a holiday that you are you feeling okay merry no I'm fine those are her forward stand the line merry let's go to you'll Landa Yolanda where you calling from Chicago and what are your for words it's going to rain good one that might ruin the party so we've got your card is denied the police are here I don't feel good and what was your lot as you just tell it's going to rain which it might let's go to doing you're doing your own WGN what are your where you call from well when it counts did you say all I forgot my wallet I forgot my wallet yeah that's a good one if the please call or is if you're trying to have you have to pay for all the snacks and right in the the cashier you're responsible for all those things three one two nine a one seventy two hundred got a lot of text there as well we're only taking the the call ones because that's how we give away the pizza for words where is my hand that's a good one I hear talk like if your hand but yeah I hear tornado sirens and not again hopefully that was over that's not a thing toto anymore this is this is this is a a bad rainy day we need to talk only guys that will not only reunification it will ruin just everyday life right here's a great one especially for us here today I half to work will that's no fun this doesn't feel like work for us a lot of people out there working yes first responders to as well they're working hard today offer got to bring the sun screen that's a good one I lost the keys that coming in that's the worst eight four seven with I want to divorce okay wow that's not good and that usually follows I want to talk are we need to talk right summer is half over you know it's just started I like this one who's brought is this those bad words I guess so you had a good time you know what that's going to bring up a lot of follow up question yes exactly okay sort of the ones we had we had Kathy we had rich with merry we had Yolanda what are you going with art and Wayne as well what do you think it here I'll whatever which one was your favorite I think I'm gonna go it was the card was declined I'm gonna go you're buying things so Kathy your card is declined you are the winner here today Cathy now have you ever have you ever had your car decline in a moment when you didn't really want to like you're going to go to a party in your like all goodness not today Kathy I'll answer for you I've had it happen to me when I was only when I was out of town on vacation I'd forgotten to call my no yeah that's the worst event we went ahead and I was worried about I just went to Canada a couple weeks ago and had to pay for so then I was like a loop should probably told them that was changing the any big plans here today for your fourth can you get out on my motorcycle what you are my she route I love it and the lady in on a motorcycle Linden and whipping through your hair you taking the road that's unbelievable I love it the wind whipping through here but under the helmet right yeah yeah yes I hope so all right here all the time well can you stay on the line you wanna luminosities gift certificate luminosities home of Chicago's best deep dish pizza find one of their forty plus Chicagoland locations or order online at luminosities dot com no card to claim.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Okay, Bolingbrook, Illinois. This is currently Kurt. How you doing? Talk to you. I have a question. Yeah. Pelosi search talking yesterday about Trump having a temper tantrum in the meeting. No one else. Was there besides those two because no one else seems to be backing up? The media is. Chuck Schumer was also in the meeting. And I think I think Chuck, you has alluded to it, but you're making a good point. It's it's policies where the Trump by the white goes out and has that twelve minute little speech or meeting with the with the media and the rose garden. He doesn't appear to be agitated. He doesn't appear to be mad or angry or. Having a temper tantrum like like Pelosi said, Pelosi's, making this all up, and especially with this call for the family to intervention. That the, the president, we need to pray for the presence out of control. All of this is related to Trump refusing to work with them on infrastructure as long as they're investigating. You have anything you want to say that wanna cut you. I agree. But it just seems weird that she's the only one who's saying it. I, imagine if there were more people on both sides were in there, beside Chuck and Nancy. Well. Three of them. Let me let me check. Let me check something and keep your keep your radio on here. Let me find audio sound bite number five. I just need to look at the transcripts, the Kellyanne Conway, was there in address this, but I don't know if she addressed that then what, you know, the one I'm looking for is the last one, I'm going to find. And I'm not gonna find it period doesn't look like what's the time? If Kellyanne Conway, number five, Mike the you have play it. Let's see if she had because I think she's a dressing, I hear it. Here is just a creek. This is exactly what I was looking for Kellyanne Conway on FOX this morning, being asked about whether or not Trump lost his mind time is very polite and said tracks, he can't say that I'm engaged in a cover-up he can't one impeach investigate and then pretend.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on V103
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"bolingbrook" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"bolingbrook" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
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"bolingbrook" Discussed on In Our Time
"Execution of the king regicide in the middle of the seventeenth century the glorious revolution exit has this reputation for liberty and say monta skew just like voltaire is very interested in english liberty on where that liberty comes from authors in a very good chapter which is held up sill today about english constitution and dade so he thinks that it is all to do with the way in which the constitution is constructed and the balance of powers between those different elements at intrusion so that you have a legislative and executive and judicial power that the judicial power is completely separate from the legislative and the executive and indeed he thinks that it ought to be grounded in the people so i think he's thinking they're about juries and things like that that was not necessarily an accurate vision of the system as it operated but in terms of the legislative and the executive he thinks that they need to check each other his whole idea is that power needs to check power wasn't this perception and writing of the state of britain england was this received as a revelation where people dubious about it was his did his become the definitive idea what was going on his view very much did become influential so you the book in the spirit of the is cleven really is does set the time for an understanding if they english constitution but he's not fast person to put this idea forward probably he got his ideas monta skier is slightly careful about where he got the idea from but publicly at came from bolingbrook his leading opposition figure in england of time who's also a great frank spends time in france and probably want to school with he knew him in france but when he's in england we know that want to skew was reading boiling bricks journal the craftsman where bolingbrook is setting out his opposition ideas against will pulse government.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Now out not foam enough since griefs green and own my friends which thou must make friends have but their stings and teeth newly and out therefore by harry the die course too busy giddy minds with foreign corals that action in sporran out ways the memory of the former days it's vice that would be familiar to plenty of modern politicians if your poll ratings are soft if you're caught up in a scandal if the way you came to power is contested try starting war and just watch how everyone rallies behind you that's exactly what henry the fifth does and it works he sweeps aside questions about his legitimacy by making people like him and it works well enough while he's alive but after he dies those questions bubble up again helping to fuel the wars of the roses and in richard the second those civil wars are explicitly framed as god's punishment to england for the original sin of usurping sitting monarch even though that sitting monarch needed to be removed god and the people the two sources of kingly legitimacy they're in conflict in the play and it takes almost a century and a civil war to sort the aftermath legitimacy gets complicated in our system to when our political system is working smoothly were kinda like richard legitimacy seem straightforward to us but when we're in crisis we realize how money complicated and contradictory legitimacy can be an doesn't take much for cunning politician like henry bolingbrook to take advantage of it.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Language with those perfect im's and rhyming couplets makes the execution of those four lords feel like routine business shakespeare's telling us something here but the nature of power there's a legal and feel article belief that he's playing with that we know as the kings two bodies basically if you're an english monarch you have two different bodies your actual body and the body politic that second body has different legal powers and responsibilities from the first and it's immortal thus the king is dead long lived the king when richard steps aside he loses that immortal body and henry gains it but what the place jests is that part of the cost you pay to get that second body is your humanity here again is krista zeile see what show interesting about richard that primary problem is that he's fine as a person he's just a terrible ruler and so there's this powerful acknowledgement of the difference between what someone is as a king and what someone is a person and this happens with bolingbrook as well you know he goes the other direction right henry may be a better more stable kingdom richard but richard dies with his humanity restored to him and he gets the deliver one of shakespeare's most beautiful soliloquies right before his death and the thing is richard knows this shift will happen even says it to bolingbrook as he hands the crown over to him now is this golden crown like a deep well that owes two buckets filling one another the emptier ever dancing in the air the other down unseen and full of water that bucket down and full of tears mind drinking my griefs whilst you mount up on high.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"With peter lake about this he's a professor at vanderbilt and the author of how shakespeare put politics on the stage what you see as the scene to end the ply is a labora tempt stike manage that transition being disrupted riches who won't who only collaborate for certain extent and so there's a sense in which the tempt to to establish the legitimacy of any of the full session and you see being systematically undermined by richard until bolingbrook has to just okay we'll just give me the crown ghetto stike so richard is locked up in a castle and henry is now king henry the fourth but that doesn't mean everything settled there are people out there who still think richard is the rightful king their uprisings against henry and there's a plot in the works to assassinate him so long as richard is alive he's a threat but henry can't just kill it the whole point of having richard step aside was to make the transfer of power legal and relatively peaceful straight up executing him invalidate solve that yet richard just will not sign the document just doesn't work and then you know henry with the crown with richard still alive and he's legitimacy still at stake and this should not comb sex that he well connive that the very least richard's death here's how henry connives richard's death he loudly says have i know friend who will rid me of this living fear a couple of ambitious hangers on no what he means and so they assassinate richard so henry's got what he wanted he's the king and he doesn't have a rival but he didn't get what he really wanted which is an unimpeachably peaceful and lawful transfer of power he doesn't have unchallenged legitimacy when the killers bring richard's body back henry is appalled publicly at least he rebukes them banishes them and valid to make a pilgrimage to the holy land to atone lords i protest my soul is full of woe that blood to sprinkle me to make me grow.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Through the Wire
"That was the best part of pre proud like we take a pick this everybody wants to get him on the snap everybody as he walked in their village with her bro he was sleek back and it was long to issue was draping almost of the hose though you food johnny boy what about say one more thing the season finale at atlanta i room thanks year bro that's episode of the season that's all i'm gonna leave it hanes down not even close miles a mother's day man my momma expensive is naked like this shit really didn't me enemy but i was like his mother's day but nice i like thank you it was real no because something i looked at it wasn't real i'm like i'm like artist coolest nice set okay and then it had a watch in a necklace and i'm my audience this don't you know what i'm saying she like year but this one that you picked up my phone picked out i israel diamonds and was at the same place we went when you went to go to andrew charm was k was it was in bolingbrook in the prominent jerry that's pandora pandora because they had like the little booklet in the i got my mama pandu a couple years ago so i had to stay with him then i went to a winter jerry's at first then i went to k in cages has a better ship that was was hidden right you know what i'm saying which you know getting your mom because you you was confused about what to get looking back on i should have just gave my mama that money.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"So you'll kind of the the business manager here miss kettani production management yep and then joe you've come by one of those small breweries is right filo notary well known but but you've been other places as well right yeah like josh american burs guild graduate goose island and luckily during the internship burger left side so hit the ground running bent about full over six years ago that was the head brewer at the gordon beer schnauzer rock bottom right down the road in bolingbrook also on automobiles so on your high fifty five corridor i might keeping it close to route sixty six and then josh came up to me with the idea and it sound very well fleshed out and i'm like a lot of fun so we went from there so we've enjoyed this i flag shit bit but wash your brewing i always like to ask you guys you know i don't know how much you get involved in the bruin in josh but when you guys are in the office do gather do you brew and use it you have something blaring in the background what are your favorite what are your favorite band i think it depends on who's on the deck and even then one mood there it's a pretty wild span i don't think anyone here isn't collected in their music tastes production crew everyone everyone's got like four varies nine of us but there's definitely extremes in the nine even just the four production peas.
"bolingbrook" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley
"Awesome that's definitely where it's going all right so let's let's say that tom it was not born in raised interview valley so amid to make that assumption that that's right yeah so where you actually at now tom i don't even know where you live i live in beautiful kalamazoo michigan it's happening it's halfway between chicago and detroit which proves if you've got an internet connection you can do podcast interviews from replace now were you born and raised in kalamazoo i actually grew up in the suburbs of chicago about forty miles west and i hadn't been more than probably a hundred twenty miles from my hometown before i went to joined the navy and so in nineteen ninetytwo i came after i left the navy i came to kalamazoo on a snowy february day to take a job with a fortune five hundred company here and i still remember they're saying i'll take the job but i'm not gonna die here thirty years later family grew up here my my daughter buried a local boy and they got to you know wonderful children and so this is home so so what's my parents lived in bolingbrook at one point yeah so that somewhere like south west of chicago a little bit is somewhat out that way correct so i was out in the fox valley so saint charles roy area about fifteen twenty minutes for bolingbrook yeah it was i love chicago actually went to chicago after i graduated college i lived there for like ten twelve months but i was a block from really field and i basically it was like the blues brother's house so as to the truth and so every time the train came by turn up the volume turn it back down and and you got so used to it that you didn't even think about that the act of changing the volume on the tv.