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"dawn powell" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"A great joke. Slow Ninety was actually sent into the email by Sydney. And he says that you might. You might like another Greek related dance. Very much enjoyed it. It turns out that my wheelhouse is just like ancient Greek debt. Jokes that you had a people. Send them all right. Let's Questions from listeners? First question comes from Gina who writes dear John but mostly John. I have fallen in love with Timothy. Shallow wait why mostly John just because I am also a little bit in love with Timothy. Shallow I think that's the assumption. Okay Fair enough. What the heck am I supposed to do? All I can do is stare at beautiful photos of him and pretend like he loves me back. I just WANNA hold his hand for one minute. How do I go? I feel like you didn't capture. Is that the email is written entirely and it is. It is an all caps. But I appreciate you not shouting at the listeners. Yeah I mean I used to write down your Radcliffe left his every single week he was my ears Timothy Sodomy. I would update him about my day and if anyone else whether had a boyfriend. I'd say it's Daniel. You don't know him. He goes to another school of course exactly in Scotland. Scott Michael like the British version of saying that your girlfriend is Canadian. Was that the fake. The fake boyfriend. Fake off I had. I had a fake girlfriend in the united probably shouldn't confess but when I was in middle school I had a girlfriend in Canada and I didn't even know that it was a trope like I. I didn't realize that I wasn't the first person to come up with this idea. And like I saw one of the first like teen movies I saw feature to joke about a guy who had a fake girlfriend in Canada and sweating. Bullets get find out about of course. They already knew that. Say Funny. I love it so I used to think like oh we should try to imagine. People complexly even celebrities even the celebrities we admire or woke up to or have crushes on and now i. This is where I'm a Matt Right now. I feel like it's okay to have a huge crush on Timothy. Shallow May as long as you understand and this is really important. You don't actually know him. Yeah and part of the reason. He's so great is that you don't actually know him. I'm sure he's an amazing person. In real life like every interview I've listened to is an indication that he is a great guy but part of what makes our celebrity crushes straightforward and uncomplicated. Is that? We don't have to think of them as people in the same way that we have to think of like the y'all who who has the locker next to us as a person that Yahoo aways being next to us I think that yeah. That's a really good point in to sing amid Sqi SPEC when most recent album came out and spent about how. She's very bad that people had seen her as a symbol and that there's like some play with that that's a level of agency sees. She can still find in that. What makes it scary? And what makes it the threatening? Sometimes as when there's like her perceived ownership or entitlement taken from the symbol right which. I'm not. I'm not getting that vibe from Gina at by Neri tightly and so I'm like does nothing wrong with that symbolism and that kind of fun and fantasy with Like the idea of this gorgeous young actor with sloppy half falling in love the unit next to the Chelsea collection. There's nothing wrong with that a tool and I think embrace it. I can't tell if you're talking about two or three shallow mayor if you're still talking about Daniel Radcliffe talking about Timothy Sholom. I don't feel like anyone who had a great drowsy collection was true. I might be wrong. That isn't his strength even now. I would argue that to his trousers. Lately we saw we ended things. Do you feel like you've parted ways in terms of having like a proper crush Daniel Radcliffe. Yeah I think that happened. When I was about. Fifteen hundred brandon flowers nots just lasted. Yes so GINA. I think you're okay. I mean it's probably not going to happen with with you and Timothy but the arc of history is long and it's probably not going to happen and the way you cope izzy write fan fiction. If you're not already writing fan fiction you gotta rights and Fan Fiction. Yeah but I mean if I could offer you one piece of Advice Gina. It's make sure that you really anonymous user. Yes because you might think you always GonNa remember you log into the website but promise you hypothetically speaking so I'm not really hard to figure out how to delete that stuff when you don't remember you're logging don't use that email anymore just hypothetically could happen to. Somebody definitely hasn't happened to anybody. We know we went another question. Okay I'm so next. Question comes from Zev. He says dear brothers Green. I've been looking at the books I bought in the past couple of years. And there's almost no fiction books anymore. I'm getting old what's happening howling like Zev. You are probably getting old. I have a little bit of this problem. I read a lot more nonfiction than I used to. I used to think nonfiction was just a complete waste of time and I read quite a bit of it. Now I do too I've really into memoirs kind of accidentally I just keep buying things at ten to be memoirs or barring things in the library that turned out to be memoirs. And I noticed that when I try and come up with a books for life's Library Book Club. They often tend to be memo's essay collections. Yeah I love an essay collection like I love reading antidote essays. Joan diddy and essays or Right now I'm reading a book of essays by Vivian Gore. Nick named that name but it no she's had like a sixty year career as a memoir east and SAS. And she just that there's no there's nobody right sentences Laker. She's just a pure joy to read. She's a lifelong New Yorker. And you can you feel it. Wow sixty years. That's amazing. I might be exaggerating five hundred years. It's incredible no yes. She started working in nineteen sixty nine. So that's a long time. That is a long time one. I really loved last year. Was the lonely city by levy-lang which is all about New York as well and there's this book that is really bake in the UK. I think he just came out in the. Us could everything. I know about love by jolly old often. And that's very much about like being in your twenties in London having grown up kind of on the outskirts of London like did you write this book for me and then Trick Mirror which I read at the very beginning of this year by Gio Tolentino which I thought was fantastic. It's like the best essay collection about the Internet. That I've read is not just about the Internet so about route so different kinds of self delusion but it's fantastic fantastic writing so I think part of is that we're in this. Great moment of non-fiction. Right now in general to like. It's not just that it's kind of happening of nowhere. They're all these fantastic. Sas memo writers and Yeah Yeah so instead of answering your questions of just recommended a number of nonfiction books to you. That's a good point. I also think it's just I think it's fine to go through phases as a reader. Yeah I I try not to judge myself too much when it comes to my reading a wannabe reading stuff that interests me and challenges me and push me in in new directions and expands my understanding of of the universe. And sometimes that's fiction and sometimes it's not I will say that when I'm in a period where I haven't read a fiction book that I loved in a long time. I like to read something. There are no I love like I like to reread. Suwa or I'll reread gatsby and then I'll be like oh I like this stuff and then all sorts of think like Oh is there a writer who was writing at the same time as Fitzgerald who? I've never read and turns out that I'd never read a dawn Powell novel and so now I'm reading a dawn Powell Nova and then from there go onto another novel and so I can I. I find that I can kind of break. Those readings cycles by going back to an old favourite. Yeah I find that to the books on my shelf had just. I reread every day even though I have lots of exciting new books to read just because I want to get back into that reading cycle and also because I just want to read something familiar and comforting. The other thing I was thinking is that when I was younger. I used to like read encyclopedias. And stuff and like find out the facts and now we have wikipedia. We have all of this nation. That's like very accessible and I still will spend an unimaginable amount of time reading with a PG articles. But it's not I feel nonfiction sometimes can give you that same feeding too like when unitil thumbing through the encyclopedia learning about the world said that's bill. I love following way down a rabbit hole. I got really excited when I saw that. You signed up to Jay. Still Miss that so much from university like having access to all these amazing or journals and stuff theam read and I read a lot of J. Store can't myself. We know how to have fun. All right we've got another question. This one comes from Rachel who rates dear John and Hank I just found out that my mother is currently in seventh place in the world for highest score in candy crush. Apparently she's just been playing whenever she's stressed which must be a lot. How do I simultaneously celebrate this? Achievement expressed concern for her health and inform her that nobody plays candy crush anymore. I of my mom's still plays candy crush so I I didn't even know that candy crush was over. Seven plays in the world. I'm stuck bad like us. Threat Dot sentence allowed in my brain to stop there. That's unbelievable candy. Crush has one point two million ratings in the apple store a lot of people still play it and your mother is seventh overall because basically the ruler that country the candy crush country. I feel like instead of expressing concern. You should maybe say mom. I think that you might have a career you don't know about. Yeah because like the com- how manager take this moment. Yeah get her on twitch. Oh yeah become like dance mom for your mom. She's your child actor. You're her mother. I love it. This is an opportunity brand. Her brand the sevens best tetris player in the world like classic tetris player. As you know Roseana a massive massive fan of Classic Nineteen eighty-nine Competitiveness Tetris Iowa so as my brother because it has really affected his youtube recommendation. There's a whole world out there. Rachel dot just of people who play these puzzle games at an extremely high level but of nerds like me who watch other people play these games at an extremely high level and honestly I Kinda WanNa see gameplay of how your mom approaches candy crush. Because she must be very very good. I've ever played candy crush. I'm not totally sure what it involves other than seeing people play on the cheap and thinking you know. I'm not really sure what you're doing but it looks great. Yeah it's Tetris esque in the sense that you're trying to line things up and make them disappear okay. But I'm sure there's like there's a speed element to it as well or confess that I'm not totally sure. That's why Rachel's mom needs to start a twitch. Yeah.
"dawn powell" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"Jerry you and I are a couple podcast tax but today we we have a real live breathing. Novelist in the studio with us in the North End Studio with us Michael's Dorian so good to have you back and daily Detroit. I'm so glad to be back then. I had a great time last time I was here the last time. Swizzle Lotta Fun yet We had during the Producing the audio engineering on that episode. So Jerry you're meeting Michael for the first time so for our listeners. Michael you are an established novelist from here in the Detroit area. You live in Ferndale. You are probably best known for your novel. The Leisure Seeker. Which is what we had you on because they had just come out with the film adaptation. That is correct. Yeah correct starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland. Yes and we'll talk a little bit about that later but you're back now because you've got a new book coming out it is called the narcissism of small differences It's out on. Is it a case you know? We've I've had these discussions before I tend to pronounce it in my midwestern. Twang into cash. And you don't know but I think they are more likely to say ACACIA. That sounds like a town in. Wisconsin publisher down in Wisconsin. Yes A- a Catholic books ACACIA books tomato tomato out of New York. Yeah Brooklyn comes out in? May this is your third novel right. Do I have that right? It's my fourth now fourth novel okay. This follows beautiful music correct and the leisure secret before that. And what was your first? The first book was Secondhand so About a kind of a thrift store owner of I don't know let's see what is the back cover say experiencing love and loss. Everyone in literary circles loves love and love and loss love and loss. It's a IT'S A. It's a real go to freeze for book jackets. So this fourth novel now This getting easy for you now. I was cake now telling Cheyenne to I. Keep waiting for to get easier and Thinking that okay you know. I always wind up thinking the next one's going to be. It's going to be easy to get that one published the rating. Isn't that bad? I mean I'm used to doing that and I'm getting better at that. It's the trying to get published. That's always the The the thing. This is my first novel that I've actually had the The same publisher as I did for beautiful music which lovely because all the other books including my story collection Las Tiki Palaces of Detroit. And they were all different. Publishers different editors and in fact I think different agents for all of them too so it gives you a sense of like okay. I thought you know if you're you're dumb enough to think that you got it made now and then the literary world loves to kind of CURB STOMP you and show you that. No No. Don't get cocky. Yeah because here's now this is going to happen so you come out with one novel. But you still ain't you know. I can't say the word family podcast. You're right I I I think I swore on the land. That's okay I won't do it again to bring out the explicit tag. Yeah I think you did. Actually yes all right. So the narcissism of small differences is the title This one is set in Ferndale. This one feels like very to me. I live in Ferndale as well. I'm a fellow Ferndale Ian. I mean about halfway through the book. I haven't finished it But I am enjoying it like a lot of the business. Names I notice are are made up fictional places that is true but like the main characters eat dinner at one point at Lewis Pizza in in his park. That is true and the setting of this novel is Two thousand nine and it's so the broader background. Is You know the city and kind of economic collapse during the great recession. The auto industry industry doing poorly headed into bankruptcy. Although you don't really get into that but I guess talk about why you wanted to set this here in Ferndale in Detroit and also during that time period will you know I had some of it was I still don't know if I'm supposed to go around telling all this but the fact is that I wrote the book about eleven years ago so this ties into that that idea of the literary world always Like a surprising. You and and giving you a kick. Where the sun don't shine and that. I'd written it and I was really pleased with it and it was taking place in two thousand nine and Then nobody wanted it and which probably is a horrible thing for writers. Say but sometimes a and it doesn't have when somebody doesn't want your novel it doesn't always mean that it's just reflective of like. It's a bad book sometimes. It's just a wrong time. Publishers are all into whatever vampires now or this or that or they don't want a quirky literary comic novel about You know a city just outside of Detroit so a bunch of time went by and I I wound up publishing beautiful music and I had written another book and I just wound up saying you know. Well Hey you can look at the new book but you can also if you WANNA have a have a look at this this book that I wrote a while back. That never found a home and they wound up going with with the the older book and I think I think I'm happy that it worked out that way because I think it works better as a period piece because the times were really bad. Two Thousand Nine Sheri. Everybody remembers that. Yeah and it wasn't just Detroit but it was really bad here and You know and so in Detroit. The whole whatever international conversation about Detroit. Try to change so much. So it's an interesting look at Detroit back then to just when there were a few little glimmers of hope in the distance when mostly everything was collapse and abandonment and despair. Yeah one of the things I really enjoy about your writing in general is that it's very relatable and that although you we've local things into places there are so many small suburbs outside of big cities across the nation. You give homages to home but also people in Cross your your writing can feel like they're part of it and that there is a part for them in that role they can see themselves and I think that's a beautiful thing that you do. Oh well we'll goodwill thanks I I mean it's strange too because I do write about Detroit. All my books have are either take place. Here are have a strong Detroit aspect to them including the leisure seeker which takes place along route. Sixty six but the the main characters from here yeah. They're lifelong detroiters in. So Detroit is just a big part of their hearts and their minds and so it's always present in that book you know so it was important. It's important mead right about where I'm from and I think that's when I really started to feel like my writing was coming together to I think with this book it was. I don't know I kind of wanted to you. Know I named Ferndale and I did Fictionalized a few places in there. We should ask if you recognize any on the bar that they hang out in is in. The book is called the Midland's yeah I was thinking like the emory. That's that's it really emory. Yes how why? Well No? Actually I do remember you you describing there that there was a lot of wood. Trim in writing may be re purposed. When is the story of the all the booths in the back bar and the emory were sourced from an old barn? In Ohio is there. I think their grandfather's farm who was emory. Wow an AK so good. Good call there. I'm letting out all my secrets. Now apparently yeah yeah. Yeah so News so one of the main characters in the book is about a unmarried couple. They're kind of Approaching the forties still young ish One of them's in an advertising copywriter. An art director an okay. An Art director works in the advertising industry Which is a world. You're familiar with you yourself. The other is kind of an Floundering spiring fiction writer so this begs the question. I'm sure you get this a lot novels but I mean are you writing about yourself here like you know how much of this is sort of nonfiction. I know both of those worlds. I know what it feels like to be a failed fiction writer. 'cause I spent many years being one and and I certainly I survived being Working in advertising I was a copywriter. It was interesting to tap into both of those worlds there and In the book they're kind of a couple where as they approach their forties. I think they're realizing that things haven't turned out quite the way they had either of them had expected. And they've all they've both made a lot of compromises along the way and continue to make them and I think that's a big part of what the book is about sort of the people we become. Because of the compromises we make. Can we all have to make compromises? But it's just a matter of how far you're willing to go and what You know and the people become because of those those choices you made those compromises you made. So that's a big part with the book is about. You're no longer a copyright array you. You have pretty much done with the advertising world that is correct. Yeah which is a brutal business. I know some people who work in advertising and man. That's a rough and tumble line of work. These days it is an especially these days too. I think it's I think it's just getting It's gotten tougher and tougher and I was really really lucky. I just got a special sort of situation that I could work. Part time at Campbell. Ewald and I did that for over two decades and it pretty much subsidized my Fiction writing career and back when you were actually working on this writing it. Two thousand nine. Were you able to maintain employment consistently you didn't know layoffs or anything. No no there were there were always layoffs but I managed to survive. I think partially because I did work part time and so I was a little less of a financial burden. I guess to the company's Yeah You've described this book as a comedy of manners. Can you elaborate a little bit on that? There are a few writers that I I. I really admire a lot. Evil in Whoa Dawn Powell used to write these very funny sort of witty books in the forties and fifties and I think even into the sixties and I kind of wanted to write one of those kinds of books where it's all these different. I mean it is in a lot of waste. Kind of an ensemble. Sorta book even though all the Action. Really Kinda takes place with the couple at the heart of the Book Joe On. I think that's one of those things..
"dawn powell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A year with prostate cancer in America if eighteen percent more men live cancer free if they all came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway and sought out their leader mon that would be thirty six thousand more man alive cancer free every year thirty six thousand more man alive cancer free if they have treatment here versus having surgery by the biggest most famous surgeon the biggest Haas polls in New York what a difference and yet the surgeons dawn Powell that the success rate is last insurgents on column that most likely the man will lose or sexual life insurgents on tell him that most likely will lose urinary control we believe there's four big issues with prostate cancer one two three four four big issues with prostate cancer one is to have the best success to is to avoid radical robotic surgery three is to keep the sexual life for is to keep the urinary life is their odds for men no men and their wives their partners their loved ones everyone should want the patient to be cancer free and to avoid radical surgery never possible and to keep the sexual function that something was shared with their loved ones and to keep your inner life wants to be peeing their pants Los why do so many men with prostate issues come here many men come just for a check up they want to know what's going on with their prostate so many men come here thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City this is where we are this is what we do this is our information we have information to send you every day just call us at thirteen eighty four broad with her address you can walk in and get a booklet or you can call us at two one two choices will put a package in the mail to you this is what we do every day and we do accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid.
"dawn powell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Percent better what is two hundred thousand many year with prostate cancer in America if eighteen percent more men lego cancer free if they all came here thirteen eighty four Broadway and sought out their leader man that would be thirty six thousand more men alive cancer free every year thirty six thousand more man alive cancer free if they have treatment here versus having surgery by the biggest most famous surgeon the biggest hospitals in New York what a difference and yet the surgeons dawn Powell that the success rate is last in the surgeons own column that most likely the man will lose or sexual life insurgents on tell him that most likely will lose urinary control we believe there's four big issues with prostate cancer one two three four four big issues with prostate cancer one is to have the best success to is to avoid radical robotic surgery three is to keep the sexual life for us to keep the urinary life is their odds for men no men and their wives their partners their loved ones everyone should want the patient to be cancer free and to avoid radical surgery never possible and to keep the sexual function that something was shared with their loved ones and to keep your inner life wants to be peeing their pants close why do so many men with prostate issues come here many men come just for a check up they want to know what's going on with their prostate so many men come here thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City this is where we are this is what we do two this is our information we have information to send you every day just call us at thirteen eighty four broad with her address you can walk in and get a booklet or you can call us at two one two choices will put a package in the mail to you this is what we do every day and we do accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid.
"dawn powell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Many year with prostate cancer in America if eighteen percent more men live cancer free if they all came here thirteen eighty four Broadway and sought out their leader man that would be thirty six thousand more men alive cancer free every year thirty six thousand more men alive cancer free if they have treatment here versus having surgery by the biggest most famous surgeon the biggest hospitals in New York what a difference and yet the surgeons dawn Powell that the success rate is last in the surgeons own column that most likely the man will lose or sexual life insurgents on tell him that most likely will lose urinary control we believe there's four big issues with prostate cancer one two three four four big issues with prostate cancer one is to have the best success to is to avoid radical robotic surgery three is to keep the sexual life for us to keep the urinary life you say all it's for men no men and their wives their partners or loved ones everyone should want the patient to be cancer free and to avoid radical surgery never possible and to keep the sexual function of something was shared with their loved ones and to keep your inner life wants to be peeing their pants post why do so many men with prostate issues come here many men come just for a check up they want to know what's going on with their prostates so many men come here thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City this is where we are this is what we do this is our information we have information to send you every day just call us at thirteen eighty four broad with her address you walk in and get a booklet or you can call us at two one two choices will put a package in the mail to you this is what we do every day and.
"dawn powell" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"That's nice that leaves like a third of the page empty. What should I put in the rest of the page pumpkins and penguins? Josh burn it tear it up. Josh you considered burning your journal. No. I tell you what I would put in there. I wouldn't put in a list of like ongoing resentments like like are you start kill list? Yeah. Yeah. I don't forget about it. I don't want to forget the people who have wronged me or the other thing. I might put on there is like a list of all the things I worried about before going to sleep a catalog of this is bad the hundred or two hundred things that rifle through my head during the hour that I'm trying to fall asleep. The people I may have wrong the activities. I haven't finished the responsibilities, I've shirked, etc. Josh for an actual piece of advice. Here's what I if I had the kind of dedication to this that you seem to have I would draw a little picture in that about him third. And I'd try to maybe dry the same picture every day for a week and see if I do it differently or maybe I'll give you a prompt. It's Santa Claus die. China sor? So you're going to draw Santa Claus dinosaur everyday for a week and see all the different ways that that prompt takes you. And then the week after that I wanted to do like a rabbit smoking pipe, and I wanna see that and like show me different rabbit smoking pipes. And maybe you can I'm not saying they're going to be good is not about being good. Just like your journalism about like writing. Beautiful prose is just like, hey, I'm the throw this at future me who's going to read through these things maybe someday. And be like what was I do in January twenty nineteen. Oh, yeah. That that really super stoned rabbit. I drew. Oh, I didn't think it was that kind of pipe well on day seven you gotta mix it up. All right. Well, I've actually been reading diary recently. Dawn Powell's diary issues. This great writer, and it is really interesting to read someone's diary, it feels incredibly invasive even though Don pal has been dead for quite a while. And at the end of her life said that she wanted her diaries to be published. It still feels like, wow, I can't believe that. I am allowed to read these things about a stranger. So try to include that kind of that kind of the juicy stuff. That's my advice. Last third of the Fayed is just what other juiciest stuff of the day. Right. Yeah. Just like at the bottom third. Be like, I think this is what the. You know, people have seventy years from now will want to read about my day. I definitely think that you should assume that no one's going to read your diary because otherwise pressure. All right. The next question comes from K who writes John Hanke few weeks ago? I matched with someone on a dating app and after chatting for a bit we decided to go on a date. But shortly thereafter, I got sick. And when I told him he told me to get back to him. If I wanted to go out once I felt better. Well, it's been several weeks. And it turns out I have mono, which is why I felt so terrible this whole time, and I'll be better soon and no longer contagious. And I want to let him know. So he doesn't forget about me. But I'm worried that the connotations of the disease will. Okay. Because it's the kissing disease. Okay. I am not familiar with these connotations of mono. I have always understood it to be just a really bad viral illness that sometimes attacks your spleen, but apparently it has sexually transmitted vibes. Yeah. I'll I will. I will say that I got mono and high school completely without any fun way of contracting. It I contracted it in the normal someone spat into the air and it landed on my tongue way. Yeah. Like, you can get the common cold for making out. But you can also get it from you know, putting your hand on a gas pump..
"dawn powell" Discussed on The Anthropocene Reviewed
"That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash anthro. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Don't hire William Faulkner to be your postmaster now back to the show. If I've learned anything in my life. It's never to argue with linguist there too smart. And also, they never stopped talking. So I want to be careful here not to say that language creates or structures thought. And I also want to be careful not to say that language does not create or structure thought because I have a nice life. And I don't want it to be ruined by linguists. Does love at first sight exist, because we know the phrase or does the phrase exist because we know the experience is a question. I'm too scared of linguists to address as for whether cultural constructs create experiences of it I site. Well, the only people I fear more than linguists are anthropologists. But if we are to review of it first sight, it must be noted that the word love is an unmitigated disaster. I mean, I love reading detective novels, and I also love my children. And yet the feeling of reading detective novel has almost no kinship with the feeling of building Legos with my kids. I love my friends, but not like, I love my wife. There are so many loves and only just the one word in English effect brilliantly expressed in one of the best sentences in Ulysses. Gloves to love love. But when we talk about love it for site. Of course, we're almost always talking about romantic love and the near immediate attraction human sometimes experience. Indeed studies have shown that people make conclusions about attractiveness almost instantaneously in less than a second. But attraction isn't love love. Requires and demands an intimacy you simply cannot achieve within the first few minutes of encountering a new person. Just after her husband died, the novelist. Dawn Powell wrote in her diary, someone asked me about the long marriage to Joe forty two years, and I reflected that he was the only person in the world, I found it always a kick to run into on the street as for his death. This is a curious thing to say, but after forty two years of life together much of it precarious, and crushing we have been through worst disasters together. And I'm sure Joe would feel the same way about me. I think that is true of the kind that not only can survive death. But must you can't love like that in a minute or an hour. And yet, I think it's a mistake to dismiss love at first sight as merely make believe are most common contemporary metaphor holds that. We fall in love falling usually being quick and surprising and also scary and disorienting older images for include being pierced by an arrow or overcome by fever. These are all sudden and overwhelming experiences and not entirely pleasant ones instantaneous. Love is also a very old idea half a sentence after Jacob. I sees Rebecca in the book of Genesis, he's kissing her and lifting up his voice and weeping in the second century achilles Tachi throat as soon as I had seen her. I was lost for beauty's wound is sharper than any weapon. Christopher Marlowe famously wrote whoever loved that loved not at first sight. Which like anything written in? I am victim Tamador. At least sounds true. But I have to confess that my own worldview is closer to that of the great romance, novelist. Danielle Steele who once said while being interviewed in her beachfront villa. I believe in love at first sight for houses, but not for people. The closest I've ever come to seeing romantic love it for site happened. My junior year at Kenyon college. So much of the school year was so cold that spring and Ohio always felt like an actual revelation the miracle of spring to me is that it happens every year, and yet somehow I never see it coming. So it was spring, and I was astonished by by the reemergence of birkenstocks and t shirts and green grass and final exams..
"dawn powell" Discussed on X96
"Realize that it Chaban Fahey's birthday today? I didn't banana ram. Idle picks up Johnny fingers birthday today. Boomtown rats. Of course. And of course, Pat master Lada drummer for not only Mr. Mr. king Grimson. That maybe he went from king Christmas to mister mister or Mr. Mr Dick Grimm's over which I I'm pretty sure it was the other way. It's dawn Powell's birthday Slade. I like I like some slave, Danny Hutton. You know, come on. I do Timothy Hutton's brother read ogg night. Now, Jose Feliciano, why was Jose Feliciano ever a thing? I I love me for Jose Feliciano. Why? Became because of snow because of Fargo they do what did he he was in forego? What was yeah. They were. They were they were at closer. The. Mary sitting in a hotel room or something watch exposes. But of course. Well, I I could have just played an Aerosmith song right because because on this day. Yes. Joe Perry's birthday. Decided I'd play at least a little something different better one. It is an Aerosmith song and he does play guitar on. Yes. Is a perfectly fine selection. Fourteen year old girl and Bill that likes. No, no. I really don't. Well, maybe. Maybe. Let's get right to it here..
"dawn powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good humor I was just teaching my old pal Lara to make a tripleheader the idea that this otherwise surly cook could learn anything from anybody else with her employees made the top of Mr. Deichmann head, fairly bubbles but he commanded the muse of good manners to. Inspire, him Come back. And join us in the living room idea man he said quietly and. Turn to his coke with a. Heart chilling smile Claro supposed, to be off duty but I'm. Sure that for the sake of her old Powell sure make. A tripleheader for over say. Clara yes sir. Quite player you need three cocktail glasses a piece you see that happily explained following. Deichmann into the living room the first is the, expert gator. The second is the extinguisher and the third is the exterminator the principal comes from Bouygues theory of sterno dynamics wake up he cried to his bride this is it we're having triple headers my dear Mr., Deichmann announced the calm voice to his wife it's a beverage It sounds very refreshing MRs Stockman quite pale I hope there's. Ovaltine in it There isn't said her. Husband shortly observing that he and. His wife were the. Only one still standing. He commanded sit down my dear Missile strike on. Sat down giving him a wild betrayed look from the kitchen came a terrific clatter and tinkle of glasses popping and. Bergling's and physicians the sight of muster Deichmann sitting on the edge of his chair head, lifted and staring straight ahead. Like a statue silence the guests hilarity for his face was chalky as a circus clowns around the. Lips but, completely purple everywhere else Uneasily strove to catch your husband's I could not lift his own, conscience threatened gaze from the. Hands from carpet into this silence Clarice, staggered with a tray of twelve brimming glasses which she. Placed on the table besides Mr. Deichmann and then with a spent Cy bolted from the room the green then come. The ABA unless the red explain this to bed and then coughed as he saw the, frozen faces on the others Is a pretty sort of thing the expo gator announced the host handing, each green dress down all everyone shuttered except Mr. darkened who merely moistened his lips and then saw to it that the others down there Every drop barris he reproved after Mr Barrot has been so good as teacher Clara and now the extinguisher I feel sick said Alabama dreadfully taking her amber glass but, it's such a pretty thing. Her host reminded her. And again saw to it that the glasses. Were drain his wife Who glaring, at him For it seemed to her that whatever he. Was up to twelve so typical of him to. Make a, bad situation worse fact she had noted on her very wedding night Thirty years ago It was he who had chosen. This chummy suburb he. Would hire Clara he sold property. To the Baird's he would encourage this final outrage how Seeing that he. Was showing no sign of perturbation beyond turning a. Healthy poco in the. White lip region she downed or. Extinguish over the smile and affable hatred We're, going. A little fast. Panther bed, clutching his. Wife saw what in God's name as Honey Shimon well it's supposed to. Be, number one brandy was cherry number two Brown brandy with rum number three there gasp but Mr. Daikin interrupting passing him the. Red glass and saying the extermination now if you please No no small MRs pacman but he thrust the. Glass, in a hand It seemed? To, Deichmann that of all, the people present he disliked Dallas the most For. Any other woman would know how to dispose of guests gracefully at the right, moment any other woman would appreciate how masterly, solution of the problem was struck him did he. Could never have endured, his marriage had it, not been for guests and murder stories the exterminator we, drink Brenda shaft. Matter bed linking one on through his wife and another through documents a good precaution but he did. Not keep Alabama from sliding down on the large coffee. Table and passing out cold Well I guess we better, say goodnight said Mr. bed vaguely MRs Teichmann looked. At the lady on, the table gave her, husband a long measuring look then marched out to the, bedroom she returned. With MRs beds wraps would she had adjusted on the recumbent ladies if she were addressing a corpse Mr. Barrett scratched his head with a foolish grin Spend great he, said mine giving, me a. Hand with the table not at all said MRs Deichmann with alacrity and picking up the head end, of the coffee table guests to the other end they transported the exhausted lady to the car and sleater quite expertly into the backseat When Mr. Deichmann came back from outside he was having. A classical air something from one. Of the cheaper Italian operas. His wife thought she undressed the. Sounds of, the motor starting system for some time outside, and then stopped, but neither. Of the documents looked out see whether it'd gone away or merely gone dare doubt in the cold, they never pulled into their beds they poured their oval team they open their books I set the alarm Finally inquired MRs Stockman Slyly MRs Deichmann watched him take the first sip. Of his oval team And wondered how long it would take Won't be necessary am idea she said I'll. Be awake Oh. Now thought Mr.. Deichmann grimly engaged a deep sigh of content is he found his place in, Earl Stanley Gardner For there's nothing like a good murder To cheer a person up Dawn Powell's murderous little tail was performed by Christina pickles I'm Jake has when we return fortune cookie addiction You're listening to selected shorts recorded live in performance at symphony space in New York City and. At other venues nationwide from PRI public radio international There.
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"That brings. You great short fiction read live on stage at. Symphony space in New York City on this. Show, we, have, three provocative stories. That surprise us with twists and turns they were performed as, part of a program I, hosted at the Getty center in Los. Angeles The. Spanish Argentine writer, Andreas Neumann has this elegant and malicious variation on the theme of re gifting and we're not talking about our. Fruitcake here I loved reading secondhand by Andrea smoothly The air smelled of leather studied gloom and. Made it difficult to see anything properly Almost all the coats appeared to be in good condition She studied her glasses She was thinking of her husband's unpredictable taste somewhere between conventional and whimsical an urge suddenly to smoke that. Night or tomorrow morning maybe her period was going, to start an insistent dagger below her navel and feeling of irritation at, everything where the signs she, took a Brown leather. Double breasted coat off the hanger scrutinize, it for a moment. Hung it up again Took down one that was, black and had a pointed, collar hung that went. Up to took on another longer gray, with big padded shoulders To Manley she thought maliciously returning it to the rack she reached for Dr suede jacket and looked at it approvingly oh this is just right for her husband A lot like his old. Fashioned tastes she could picture a minute with. Amazing clarity as if she'd already seen him wearing it as. As, if it had already belonged to him Now that she's thought about the coat was almost identical to the one that she herself had given him the last Christmas Oh that was impossible But she tried to make sure, she examined the. Lining the buttonholes sleeves they look the same about how could she remember the exact shape of the. Buttons, or the brand It was the same size too Although her husband were the. Same size as most other men she noticed that the. Elbows were not at all worn Right not be she paused to. Think it over how could it have ended up here Why would her husband pawn. His present from the Christmas before last I don't thinks hadn't. Been going so well the past year but they haven't gone badly Or had they She tried to recall their? Most, recent, argument. No no no there must be some other reason could simply be that he, hated the cold how elegant, he had exclaimed you can't imagine how badly I needed one or that he couldn't find an excuse not, to wear it and so decided to sell it and later pretend he had lost it It really looks, good on me really great he had insisted but her husband hadn't said anything about having lost the coat, and yet she had no recollection of ever seeing him in it either Except the day he had tried it on at home She studied the Cote. Wants more than put. It back it was the one it wasn't, the one she didn't know if the one or not She a dagger twisting in her. Stomach again in a pain in circling, her head and, pressing down on our vertebrae. She had spent all day all her life on her feet when. They last gone on a trip a real trip just. The two of them. They had not enough. Money or above all any reason to go Doc sweet coat where on earth had, had come, from she searched the inside pockets hoping to find some evidence to. Confirm her suspicions they were empty taking down again she went. Over to, the shop assistant who is painting her nails. Behind the counter and. Had a star shaped nose done she asked her if she had remembered who had brought. The code in girl looked up twisted one side of her top leppin. Replied in a nasal voice how should I know love, so many people come in. Here you know she looked the, girl in the eye demanding she make an effort the assistant shrugged then look down again and dip the brush into. The nail polish bottle you can't tell me how long this. Code has been in the shop these, isn't left the, brush and the little bottles, side grab the coat from her so as to check the label It's. Been here since last January okay You went back to her. Nails I'll take it then she said picking the code up from. The counter and removing. The hanger, it's my husband's birthday you see. And I want to surprise him That's it That was my reading of secondhand by Andres Newman translated by Nick keister and, Lorenzo Garcia and secondhand was a story that really. Haunted me, it's sparse there's so much that is not set in. The story and I think the reader or the listener has to dig deep, and, think well is this marriage in? Good shape is? It not it's kind of you remember the gift of the maj I and although Henry stories that always had a little twist that made you think twice at the end of, the story I found myself having that same reaction. Treating secondhand we're not sure what's going on in. The marriage and the second story either dawn Powell's dinner on the rocks was written in the, nineteen fifties and it's characters appear to be conventional in a nine hundred fifty sort. Of way but this dinner party debacle has a, surprise ending and here's the elegant Christina pickles to liven. It up To understand what happened the dike lines last Wednesday night You. Should know something of the attitude towards the human race the, documents. Have as taxi drivers divide the world into fares pedestrians so the Deichmann divided, into hosts, and guests the dike men's are the. Hosts the instant they set foot in anyone, else's house they begin. To Bristol if the parties gay they draw delicately aloof. They're sensitive nostrils quivering with disapproval When the. Canape past the glam so carefully And then. Smilingly refuse at first taste of their drink they exchange a look and put it down with. Quiet finality Undercover, of her fixed social smile MRs Deichmann is throwing out every stick of furniture in the. Hosts hone burning the paintings firing the inept servants and. Sending every stint on the hostesses back to the thrift shop Negatively tweaking his I am grey, moustache Mr. Deichmann isn't, his fancy tossing out all guess since everyone in anyone else's drawing or MS utterly impossible As early as possible they hasten away to wash away the pleasant taste of other. People's hospitality with their own good. Caveat a really decent tai-bo, Mr. documents lip curled cynically at the good. Labels pasted on buttons on. His friends taymor high gave cheap Liga myself sometimes he says later too but at least I know what I'm doing some people just don't. Know there's any difference was an actual pain for the Deichmann is to see the reins of hosting manship in any other hams They spoke without disapproval of ill bred persons who did not return. Invitations but this was purely conversational. Their annoyance was not the, bad manners but not being given the chance. To criticize an event genuine. Sense of outrage came when someone who had been properly entertains of the Deichmann had the Terry to give a party herself Good heavens Alabama is having. A party on the twelfth MRs Deichmann said four weeks ago and the tone of imagine someone on relief buying a television set Hello Repeated Mr. Deichmann incredulously now Buffet. Said his wife has, phones, we'll have to go oh that means we'll have to. Have. Them here again side Mr. Deichmann grimly for the Deichmann is made a point of. Not enjoying their own, parties in the. Two point some people did they regarded it as a hardship that you could not exhibit the ran niceties host manship without having guests But.
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"Fury Oh man Dan to call out, in great. Good humor I was just teaching my Powell Clara to make a tripleheader the idea that this otherwise surly cook could learn anything from, anybody else but her employees may be top. Of Mr. Deichmann head, fairly bubbles but he commanded the muse of good manners to. Inspire, him Come back and. Join us in the living room idea man he said quietly and turn. To his cook with heart chilling smile, Claros votes to be off, duty but I'm sure that for. The sake of her old pal sure make a tripleheader for all, over say Clara yes sir. Quite player you. Need three cocktail glasses a piece you see that happily explained following Deichmann into the living. Room the first is the x. for gator the, second is. The extinguisher and the third is the exterminator the principal comes from Bouygues theory of sterno dynamics wake up Allah he cried to his, bride this is it we're having triple headers. My dear Mr. Deichmann, announced in the calm voice to his wife it's a beverage It sounds very refreshing MRs Stockman quite pale I hope there's. Ovaltine in it There isn't center has. Been shortly observing that he and. His wife for the. Only one still standing. He commanded sit down my dear MRs when Saddam giving them a wild betrayed look from the kitchen, came a, terrific clatter and tinkle of glasses. Popping burblings and fittings the site of Mr. Deichmann sitting on the edge in his chair, head lifted staring straight ahead. Like a statue silence the guests hilarity for, his face was chalky as a circus clowns around the lips but completely purple everywhere else Alabama. Uneasily strove to catch her husband's I but he, could not lift his own conscience threaten gaze from. The Hamson carpet into this silence Clarice staggered with a, tray of twelve brimming glasses which she placed on the table besides Mr. Deichmann and then with a spent side bolted from the room the. Green efforts then come the amber unless the red explain this debate and then cost as he saw. The frozen, faces on the others It's pretty sort of thing the expo, gator announced the host handing each green grass down. All everyone shuttered except Mr. Deichmann who merely moistened his, lips and then sort of it that the others down there every drop Bally's he reproved optimistic about has been so good as teacher Clara And now the extinguisher I, feel sick Sevilla Ben Fred fillet, taking her amber gas but it's such a pretty thing, her host reminded her and again saw to it that. The glasses were drain his wife, was glaring at him For it seemed to her that, whatever he was up to twelve so typical of him, to make a bad situation worse a fact she had. Noted on her very wedding night Thirty years ago It was he who had chosen. This chummy suburb he would hire Clara he who and sold property. To the band's he would encourage this final outrage how Seeing, that he was showing no sign of perturbation beyond. Turning a healthy purple in the, white lip region she downed or. Extinguish over the smile an affable hatred We're gonna. Little fast, of bed, clutching his wife saw what in God's name Tomei Shimon well it's supposed. To, be number one brandy was cherry number two brandy with rum number three their gas but Mr. Diepen interrupting passing in the. Red gas and saying the extermination now, if you please No no small MRs Teichmann but he thrust. The, glass a hand It seemed? To, Deichmann of all the people present he disliked Dallas the most For any. Other woman would know how to dispose of guests gracefully at the right moment any, other woman would appreciate how masterly solution of, the problem was it struck him did he could. Never have endured his marriage had it not been. For guests and murder stories The exterminator we drink Brenda shaft. Bed linking one on through his wife and another through documents a good precaution but, he did not keep Alabama from sliding down, on the large coffee table and passing out cold I guess we'd better say goodnight said. Mr. bed vaguely MRs Teichmann looked, at the lady on the table gave her husband along measuring look then marched out to the, bedroom she returned. With MRs beds wraps would she had justed on the recumbent ladies if she were dressing a corpse Mr. Barrett scratched his head with the foolish grin It's been great he, said mind giving, me a. Hand with the table not at all said Mr. Deichmann with alacrity and picking up the head end of the, coffee table as his guests took the other end they transported the exhausted lady to the car and sleater quite expertly into the backseat When Mr. Deichmann came back from outside he was having a classical air something From one of the cheaper Italian operas his wife thought she undressed the. Sounds of the motor starting to system, for some time outside and then stopped but neither of the documents looked out. See whether it had gone, away or merely gone. Dare doubt in the gold they nestled into their beds they, poured their Ovaltine they open their books Should, I set the alarm. Timely inquired MRs Stockman Slyly MRs Deichmann watched him take the first sip of his. Oval team and wondered how long it would take You won't be necessary I'm idea she said I'll. Be away Oh where are you. Now thought Mr. Deichmann grimly And gave the deep side of content. As, he found his place in Earl. Stanley Gardner For there's nothing like a good murder To cheer a person up Dawn Powell's murderous little tail was performed by Christina pickles I'm Jake, has Patrick when we return fortune cookie addiction You're listening to selected shorts recorded live and performance at symphony space in New York City. And at other venues nationwide from PRI public radio international.
"dawn powell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Center in Los. Angeles Spanish Argentine writer, Andreas Neumann has this elegant and malicious variation on the theme of re gifting and we're not talking about our. Fruitcake here I loved reading secondhand by Andrea snowman The air smelled of leather studied gloom and. Made it difficult to see anything properly Almost all the coats appeared to be in good condition She studied her glasses She was thinking of her husband's unpredictable taste somewhere. Between conventional and whimsical she helped an urge suddenly to smoke that. Night or tomorrow morning maybe her period was going, to start an insistent dagger below her navel and feeling of irritation at, everything where the signs she, took a Brown leather. Double breasted coat off the hanger scrutinize, it for a moment. Hung it up again Took down one, that was black and had, a pointed collar hung. Up to took on another longer gray, with big padded shoulders To Manley she thought maliciously. Returning it to the rack she reached for dark suede jacket and looked at it approvingly of this was just right for her husband A lot like. His old-fashioned tastes she could picture a minute. With amazing clarity as if she'd already seen him wearing. It as if it had already belonged to him In fact now that she fought him The coat was almost identical to the one that she. Herself had, given him the last Christmas Oh that was impossible But she tried to make sure, she examined the. Lining the buttonholes sleeves they look the same about how could she remember the exact shape of the. Buttons, or the brand It was the same size too Although her husband were the. Same size as most other men she knows that the. Elbows were not at all worn Might be right not be she pause to. Think it over how could it have ended up here Why would her husband pawn his present from the Christmas before last Things hadn't. Been going so well the past year but they haven't gone badly Or had they She tried to recall their? Most, recent, argument, no no no. There must be some other reason could simply be that he, hated the code how elegant, he had exclaimed you can't imagine how badly I needed one or that he couldn't find an excuse not, to wear it and so decided to sell it and later pretend he had lost it It really looks good on me really great he, had insisted but her husband hadn't said anything about having lost the coat And yet, she had no recollection of ever seeing him in it either Except the day he had tried it on at home She studied the Cote. Wants more than put. It back it was the one it wasn't the one, she didn't know if it was the one or not She felt a dagger twisting. In her stomach again in a pain in circling her head, and pressing down on our. Vertebrae she had spent all day all her life on her feet. When did they last gone on a trip a real. Trip just the two. Of them they had. Not enough money or above all any reason to go Doc sweet coat, where on, earth headed come from she searched the inside pockets hoping to find. Some evidence to confirm her suspicions they were empty taking down again she went under the shop assistant who is painting. Her nails behind the, counter and had a star shaped nose done she asked her if she had remembered who. Had brought the code in girl looked up twisted one side of her. Top leppin replied in a nasal voice how should I, know love so many people. Come in here you now she, looked the girl in the eye demanding she make an effort the assistant shrugged than look down again and dip the brush. Into the nail polish bottle you can't tell me how long. This coat has been in the shop this assistant left the. Brush and the little bottle. Side grab the coat from her so as to check the label That's. Been here since last January okay You went back to her. Nails I'll take it then she said picking the code from. The counter and removing. The hanger, it's my husband's birthday you see. And I want to surprise him That was my reading of secondhand by Andres Newman. Translated by Nick keister and Lorenza Garcia and secondhand was a story that really, haunted, me it's sparse there's so much? That is not? Set in this story and I think the, reader or the listener has to dig deep and think well is this marriage in good shape is it not, it's kind of gift of the maj I although. Henry stories that always had a little twist that. Made you think twice at the end of the story I found myself having that same reaction, treating secondhand we're not sure what's going on in the marriage and the second. Story either dawn Powell's dinner on the rocks was, written in the nineteen fifties and it's characters appear to. Be conventional in. A nineteen fifty, sort of way but this dinner party debacle has a. Surprise ending and here's. The elegant? Christina pickles to liven it up To, understand what happened at the Deichmann monds last Wednesday night You should know something of the attitude towards the human race, the. Documents have as taxi drivers divide the world. Into fares pedestrians so the Deichmann, divided into, hosts and guests the dike commissions are. The hosts the instant they set foot in, anyone else's house they. Begin to pursue if the parties gay they draw delicately aloof they're sensitive nostrils quivering with disapproval When the candidate I'll pass Len so carefully And then. Smilingly refuse I. Taste of the drink they exchange a look.
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"Thanks mike a bauer good stuff coming up in us in this annoys me you know the new show lend birmingham michael riedal already doesn't starts on monday who shows up and wants to come on the air michael riyadh michael monday not today but they're coming up their acts will talk to riedel got to push is is summer teach about out which are michael you gotta do this and resist i thought you needed a little help this morning probably race all about hard island by the way largest potters field there in new york city how many potters fields are in new york's uh i think that may be the only one but on a wall about hard on i do 'cause i wants took a tour up their aranda what's w what they call east and west gatsby and i took a boat to and they pointed out heart island and i was fascinated by it in one of the people who was thrown into potters feel was the great new york writer dawn powell who a brilliant books in grill locusts have no king but she died completely broke and wound up in the potters field of physics you figure that's where you're in a guy all right next to you my friend kono bourbon riedel in the ground people at heart but first let's hear trafford bernie by glenn joe emergency water main break repairs the mountainside really doing a number to twenty two on the eastbound side into mountain avenue is still two lanes blocked and heavy delays back from park avenue looks like this could be like that for quite some time northbound garden state parkway a bit slow into 143 in irving ten there is a crash there earlier beat you we eastbound bilandzic avenue collision takes up a left hand lane your gem coming off the inbound want us george washington bridge now twenty twenty five for the upper about fifteen for the lower lincoln tunnel looks like it's easing out now ten minutes max same story at the.
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"Anyway mike if you could play it again because he's talking so fast and he's not expecting somebody eighty eight years later to be listening to whether or not he said so so listen to him again well i would like him i like it or not and we want that now await a komo at so you know the he was sowing all over manhattan eating his the stromming smoking his cigarettes and he was just an ordinary ordinary person now you can go further back for example dawn powell i highly recommend her she's then considered the female fitzgerald there was a big vogue for her about twenty years ago when tim page rediscovered her and then everybody forgot about her again but she's lots of fun one of her novels from nineteen forty angels on toast there's somebody who says so in the just the way that were told today only happened some time last week so your marriage turned out all right then france he said slowly i read about it in the papers he was a somebody i guess lots of so in powell i'm gonna go further back sister kerry one of my very favorite novels this period the movie is good too but the novel is astonishing just grinds this poor man into the dust for some reason i true we get off on novels were somebody gets ground into the dust but in any case one of carries early sudar's drew way says so you lost your place 'cause he got sick you can tell that's how drew way talk and so so you lost your place because he got sick uh you know i could go further back but it would get monotonous but let me show you how really far back at goes beya wolf there's one to curl up with every now and then if you must.
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"Favorite artists now is the dawn powell applause ground zero i think you'll like both happen oh god peter montgomery yeah map of alcohol apropos map of i'm quite lewis said this is ground cleveland to lose federal emergency management agency to give him an apocalyptic fund were having right now they want to do a nationwide emergency alert system tasr they want to do it on saturday the 27th now they're going to do this and they say though they won't do the tasr if there is a hurricane earthquake or some other thing that happens for real life okay so it really happens they will not do a test dr ill become a national emergency of this abbas right where they say of anything goes wrong with the test okay but goes wrong with the test they will then four go that attempt and they'll redo it again october the fort so what's interesting is on the data the 27th so from now through the twenty nine nato is going to lodge the dragon seventeen war games with poland and what they're doing is they're responding to this the baht games with is the part of games it happened recently where russia fired two r s 24 yarze intercontinental ballistic missiles and they both struck at target some three thousand six hundred miles away on the current testing range with god warheads now alliance chiefs are saying that these guys looked like they meant business okay and september twenty seven 2017 also will run tests on possible mps nukes from north korea i go down the list all these things are going.