35 Burst results for "Finney"

Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

"The Dallas Mavericks staved off elimination defeating Golden State one 19 one O 9 so now the warriors lead the series three games to one with game 5 back in San Francisco on Thursday Man's led by 15 and a half time extended that lead to 29 after three warriors rallied to get within 8 late in the fourth but the mass held on for the win May I shot 50% from the field hit 20 or 43 trays Luka Dončić led the Mavs with 30 points 14 rebounds 9 assists during Finney Smith had 23 Reggie Bullock 18 while Golden State was led by Seth and curry with 20 Bob Stephens Dallas

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Doncic, Mavs beat foul-plagued Paul, Suns to even series 2-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Doncic, Mavs beat foul-plagued Paul, Suns to even series 2-2

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Doncic's 35 points, 13 assists send Mavs past Cavs 120-112

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Doncic's 35 points, 13 assists send Mavs past Cavs 120-112

"Look look at at dodges dodges fourteen fourteen thirty thirty five five points points and and had had thirteen thirteen assists assists as as the the Mavericks Mavericks dump dump the the Cavaliers Cavaliers won won twenty twenty one one twelve twelve dot dot church church supplied supplied twenty twenty points points while while the the mavs mavs outscored outscored the the cavs cavs thirty thirty nine nine twenty twenty two two in in the the third third quarter quarter I I just just want want to to be be a a little little more more aggressive aggressive in in the the first first half half you you know know I I was was just just a a back back to to back back but but I I just just try try to to be be more more aggressive aggressive Dorian Dorian Finney Finney Smith Smith nailed nailed six six three three pointers pointers and and finished finished with with a a career career high high twenty twenty eight eight points points for for Dallas Dallas which which is is on on the the brink brink of of a a postseason postseason berth berth Cleveland Cleveland played played with with that that Evan Evan moblie moblie who who will will miss miss at at least least two two more more games games with with a a sprained sprained ankle ankle caris caris levert levert scored scored thirty thirty two two points points in in his his best best game game as as a a cavalier cavalier Darius Darius garland garland had had twenty twenty five five points points and and ten ten assists assists in in the the cavs cavs fourth fourth loss loss in in five five games games on on the the ferry ferry

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Five Mavericks score in double figures, snap Miami's streak

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Five Mavericks score in double figures, snap Miami's streak

"Look at Datchet scored twenty one points and the Mavericks improved to seventeen and six since January first by tapping the heat one of seven ninety nine other dodges Chad just five of nineteen from the field he converted nine of twelve free throws and had ten rebounds Jaylen Brunson a maxi Kleber each finished with nineteen points and Dorian Finney Smith had fourteen for Dallas Jimmy Butler scored a game high twenty nine points in bam Adebayo finished with twenty one for the heat the outcome drops Miami into a first place tie with Chicago in the Eastern Conference I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dinesh and Michelle Malkin Reflect on His Visit to Oberlin College

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:40 min | 6 months ago

Dinesh and Michelle Malkin Reflect on His Visit to Oberlin College

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast a well an old friend of mine. And somebody I admire greatly, Michelle malkin, a nationally syndicated columnist. And Michelle, thanks for coming on, delighted to have you. If there's one word I would use to describe you, it is fearless. You have proven to be someone who will take on tough issues will not back down. It's cost you dearly in some respects. I know that the young America's foundation, for example, you and I were both regular speakers for ya and they sort of pulled a rug out from under you which I think is atrocious. But thanks for coming on Michelle. Let's talk for a moment if we can about how we first met because you were a student. You were dating a young man who invited me to come speak at oberlin college and if I remember you from those days you were actually very quiet and you were a little reserved and so to see you your career blossom over the years and the boldness with which you speak. I mean, it's just been an amazing and a wonderful thing for me to see and talk a little bit about what you remember from your side about the time dinesh first game to speak at oberlin. Well, I'll never forget it. And I think a lot of the career that I've had and certainly the boldness with which I've approached my career is your fault. I was in oberlin college, Berkeley of the Midwest in the late 1980s, early 1990s and you had just come out with your terrific book, illiberal education, which highlighted so much of the liberal orthodoxies and excesses, particularly when it came to multiculturalism and separate dorms and all of this nonsense. The ditching of western civilization requirements, I don't have to tell you, you wrote the book. And my husband, who then was my boyfriend, Jesse invited you to come and speak and it was awesome, Finney chapel, all of the triggering that you did, not only of the students, but many of the faculty who stood up and how did you. I remember it as clear as day. And that really ignited my determination to speak for myself rather than allow all of these radical elites to appropriate my political identity and assume what I should think and believe based on my outward appearance and my gender and ethnic

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Why Do We See Anti-Intellectualism in the Church?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 11 months ago

Why Do We See Anti-Intellectualism in the Church?

"I often talk my nor my bugbear is People who claim to be intellectual who have a philosophical bias against faith. It's wrong it's a philosophical bias. It is illogical but on the other side there are people in in the world of faith who have somehow in a knee jerk way adopted a bias against the things of the mind against the intellect. There are people christians. There almost nas ticks Who don't want to hear about reason they just wanna be kind of floating in the ether. as though faith and reason are opposed to each other. So tell us elijah stevens. You've made the film send prove. Why do you see that in the church. Anti-intellectualism i think that happened. During the great awakenings. It was not a part of the church until like people like finney came along and said look to reach the frontiers. We need to make this stuff. Simple emotional end. God use that but it stripped out the mind and so in the american wait wait wait so finney in the nineteenth century during the second great awakening right. He kind of emphasized. Let's keep it simple. Let's not go into the intellect because we're trying to reach the people on the frontier. I mean he actually made a strategic choice to do that. Yes and that kind of split. The church part where you have high intellectualism on one side and low focus on the power of spirit and then high focus on the power of the spirit and high emotionalism. And it's like there's this divide but that hasn't always been the

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First Openly Transgender Bishop Installed in Evangelical Lutheran Church of America

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

First Openly Transgender Bishop Installed in Evangelical Lutheran Church of America

"Evangelical lutheran church of america installed. Its first openly transgender bishop over the weekend at a service in san francisco for member station k. q. e. d. analysts finney reports reverend meghan roar stood at the pulpit in a handmade mitre and a stall embroidered with the pink triangle. Symbol of lgbtq a. Plus resistance in solidarity this past may roy was elected to serve a six year term as bishop. God's up to something. Not because i sit here with a bigger hat now but because courageous people voted a new way roar will lead the sierra pacific synod one of the churches sixty five assemblies. They will oversee nearly two hundred congregations and northern california and northern nevada. The evangelical lutheran church is one of the largest christians. Nominations in the united states with about three point three million

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"finney" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And together. We started a new podcast. I know can you believe it. This one's called this week. And you can find it at security. This week dot com. I'm pretty much idiot in the room. So not true. And these guys are the experts insecurity and what we to do is figure out these security topics through the lens of current events. So every week we're going to talk about things that happened this week the insecurity breaches and whatnot and Maybe geopolitical circumstances whatever. And then we're going to use as a springboard to dive into security topics right guys absolutely. Yes sir what are some of the things we've talked about. We talked about tracks. Rats mitigation ransomware. A a lot of the lot of the latest attacks and one of the things. I'm enjoying about this is not super deep diving. Distilling it down into what matters which right which is always good. So who is the audience for this. Podcast pat. I think it could be various people. I think it's anybody who needs to keep up to date on what's going on in security. I think it's people who want to make sure they don't miss anything in the types of threats that are emerging and the things that they can do to prevent them. I think it's also people wanna get into security because we'll talk about a lotta things you'll describe if we get into jargon you you are very good at making sure we explain it yeah. I'm the acronym police anybody. Anybody who's going to security cocktail party right and wants to be able to talk at that level and if you own a business and you want to keep the money that you make and not give it away to hackers and for ransomware and all that stuff. This is a pretty good way to get interested in the topic. Yeah we're definitely in the side of the angels here. We're trying hard to give people the information that'll help. Keep safe right. Although patrick had to become a bad guy to be a good guy. That's kind of a running joke. Anyway go to security this week dot com. You can listen to episodes there or just pick us up on.

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"finney" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I'm on the ocean. I have a completely clear view of the sky. That's great this is another. there's another kind of dish. It just won't go through tree yet so you know if you're you're in a little cabin in the woods but you have electricity you gotta put this antenna on a long mass. If you're gonna make it work it's because it's gotta have clear view. The skyer won't work. Well joseph is waiting patiently. We'll get to you. But i Richard who's talking to us today. Tofte seventeen fifty one the show he did with one sean wilderness. We talked a little bit about view. Yeah not particularly relevant to this. Show per se. But i love. The comedy was very funny. Actually that sense relevant when talking about software developers from rob garner. Who said this is a great show. I found the discussion about view. Emblazoned very positive with the usual competitive comparisons. And that's a great thing. I really enjoyed learning blazer especially like the idea of being able to code both the front and the back in the same language and every only recently found out about this Bri th on allows you to call python in the browser so that's browser python on sort of the same way that blazer a lousy closely sharpen the browser as an instructor about to teach python flask in addition to blazer. It's nice to be able to offer my students. The ability to learn to see sharp approach a node with javascript. Front end approach and now a fully python front and back in approach. That's really cool. Rob the same language prenton back. Three different ways with these three courses can really get to compare and contrast the different approaches and gain a better understanding. Why frameworks designed the way they are once again. A great show and super thought-provoking and you know what is cool but that set of languages right c. Sharp statically typed very classic programming environment. Python is dynamic insert a lot less syntax very very simple way to go about your certain things and then you have javascript which is also dynamic but as its own quirks purchase. The thing so right you really are giving them an array of flavors of programming while having that sort of symmetry so i really appreciate very cool and coffee. Musical is on its way to you. And if you'd like a copy of music. Oh by read a comment on the website at dot net rox dot com or on the facebooks. We publish every show there. And if you comment there and every in the show also you copy music. Oh bar and by all means follow us on twitter. I'm at crawl. Franklin he's at rich campbell. Send us a tweet but Make sure you're not on t. Mobile otherwise we might get it just saying. Just say saying all right. Well let's introduce our guest. Joseph finney is professionally a mechanical engineer and on the side he builds productivity apps for windows. When he's not programming he is burning with his wife running making tasty coffee and enjoying craft beer and spirits with friends in milwaukee. Welcome joseph hello. Hello so you're here because you wrote something really cool. That caught our eye. Yeah i mean i. It's not my. I have asked for knows but it definitely solves a problem that i have every day. Maybe every day so yeah. The app is.

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The Gen-Z Beauty Whisperer

Fat Mascara

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Gen-Z Beauty Whisperer

"Notoriously and not. it's not notorious. that's not the right word. I guess historically mixes high and low products. Because i think we're young to have the income to be able to buy only high end products and also it's the same with skin care and the whole rise of knowing product ingredients and only buying the ordinary. Because you feel like. You're getting whatever's cheapest and what's best if you're finding something that works and it's drugstore jesse is all over that they're not gonna pay extra money for the shiny packaging. I'm so curious about mabley. No because a lot of other brands disrupters that weren't like traditional retail outlets. Yeah consumer i and maybelline was like the same as Covergirl revlon back in the day. Clearly those two brands have been struggling with honoration but wise Like do you like mabley is popular. I personally don't use many between products. I think they're finney conceal her. Because i had a family member who had bought it for me. But other than that to me i think maybe it's just their hero products that are keeping them going like almost like the mascara. Scott yes yes. Sky high one s do that alone could have made this whole year's worth of data kellyanne. Oh you mean sarah being number two for skincare. It must have been all the boom and the take talk brands. That's why they're all and maybelline was really be well. I don't know if they did that. I mean they. They helped roll with it. But like you very guerrilla ground. Oh yeah and with fell says well. Speaking of you know. Perfect gen z. Marketing elf. I think is kind of like gen z. Whisperers they've used to talk marketing. They had a sound that was really highly successful. They did that elf. Tease which we talked about a couple of weeks ago. and also just like price point and product development wise. It's like they're creating really really specialized product. They know how to listen to z. In make what they're looking for and also historically like my sister vegan. She's been vegan since she was seven. And when i was making her wear makeup because she didn't really care to where makeup and i was like. No you're my sister you must. She would only by l. because back then. That was one of the very few vegan cruelty free

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"finney" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Chefs surprise last but not least. I don't care for those mail flight attendants tommy. Insensitive commie stray. There's there's something about that guy. Wanted to put my seating full an upright position. i don't like don't offer me a coke. I'm thirsty inability pillow or blanket won't be necessary because i'm not going to sleep. Be watching every move. You make stevie what you float on by sure. There's something for you to do in the rear of the airplane. Not do on planes unless you get to take a trip across country then you might get to watch move otherwise limited to listening to a walkman and reading some of these bigger planes. They have phones on him now. Domino's pizza. I think that's kind of funny to open in the back of my mind. I feel kinda bad. Because i saw the kid go by twice flashed my life and i moved my window up and down really fast. I guess he was looking at his map. I wanted those pizzas to 'cause i'm tired of these eight us to a bag thing. They're trying to give me on the plane this it now from new york to l. a. And they pass it out like some assumer platter like it's some big deal here. You are sir. I'll never be able to finish all the you better bring me a drink. And that's the hook they give you peanuts. Do you want to drink drink. Three dollars a piece three dollars a piece. that's thirty dollars from houston to dallas way. I don't like people sitting next to me. I'm playing small even braille. They people so. I figured out a way to stop people from sitting next to pass this along to you the next time you go on a plane go on with debris boards get yourself situated then reach forward and pull out that puke bag now. What i do is i set my on my left and then if i have to do i will stare intensely. And he thinks they're gonna sit next. God i don't know. I think it was those nuts. Just by round of applause. How many people here appreciate the fine art. At magic performed correctly. This could be a major disappointment to some of you. Keep in mind always wanted to be a magician but when my sister told me she was getting a hundred dollars trip for me i used to put rabbits in the half day would be purple markup to their so now. I got a lot of these. Little lucky rabbit's be prevail. It's not that bad yet. See those skip around the house now. I knew mike. I'm going to attempt to read. Someone's mind in the audience. I know you didn't come prepared stillman right here with the grace shirt on. What is your name sir looking right at you. But you're now going like this. What is it ron. We couldn't school. You'll eat revisited. Matt between one and one thousand four as high as you can go. I'm writing. i believe to be your answer being amazing trick at the to match on it. I for me sir. We'll get your number nine hundred forty you answered correctly predicted ladies and gentlemen that was a little comedy and a little visual non visual magic from michael finney. I wanna thank you for listening to the interview in the entertainment. When thank you for joining us. Don't forget next week. Another great show. Thanks for listening by. We hope you enjoyed this episode of stand up comedy your host emcee for information on the show merchandise and our sponsors or descend comments scott. Visit our website at www dot stand up your host and emcee dot com look for more episodes soon and enjoy the world of stand up comedy. Visit a comedy showroom near you..

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 Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney  Interview & comedy set  #74  - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney Interview & comedy set #74 - burst 01

"That's kind of the best part of the whole stories. Because i i would at that point i was. I got into the food beverage. Industry and i started out as a midnight. Bell in a hotel called the san carlos tilt jalen downtown was built in nineteen. Oh three emmy elevators were hand operated to take you to your floor and let you off if you want to come down. I had that. Did you bring you down. So it was very dow for me. You know 'cause that we watched all those movies it's kid growing up dickey's bellman was so so cool and i did that for a while in the hotel guy like me and eventually you wanna learn to bar. I can't keep barking. I went for this for me. You know bartending kidman at that up there. That's pretty cool job. And nineteen seventy eight. And so i learned the two girls teach me how to ten bar and get pretty united. You know what. I learned that you clay with flames and all that stuff and do a harbor like all these cool classic drinks and not covered. I started getting reputation and a guy from the golden eagle came down to that copper door lounge which is where irish bar and he goes. Hey bartender is gonna leave if we want the job. Wow kidding me. Thirty six stories high. I've only been in the bar for maybe seven or eight months but it was a click. It i mean this bar that i've gone to right across the street. Only thirty six stories high and it's basically the same bryant talent level. Doctors lawyers judges. It was riding downtown. Phoenix i i mean i couldn't even tell you rubbing elbows with but they were suffered and so i get this job. I go to the golden eagle restaurant. I'm wearing a bow tie or shirt a cupboard bunk. I've got the but you should stop it before. I even so true. You have the

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"finney" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Required to onboard. Each user custodial solutions as originally envisaged by both satochi and how finney in twenty ten also worked very well and our user friendly but the user is then beholden to the custodian. Here is a table comparing thunder to those two more. Prominent layer. twos lightning and custodial. The main problem with custodial. Bitcoin is that gold already tried that strategy and after a short while people stopped caring about the underlying gold and cared more about the custodians ledger. I e the custodians opinion of who had how much money state chains are another layer to with very interesting and unique properties namely they do not require layer one bites to onboard each new user. But they do require that every individual. Ut akzo in use in the state chain be on onboard via layer one which is better than lightning but still problematic. Snark do not help with scale ability at all because they do not solve the so called data availability problem. There's no way to use the snark to recover the sequence of events that led to its creation. There's also no way to audit the snark to make sure that it is working correctly without also having all of the original data on hand thus snark do not help with scale ability in are probably only useful as an enhancement to p v level security be a new framework an old critique of scaling via blocksize increase ran as follows. It suggested that capacity increases were naive unprincipled undisciplined and they would lower the quality of the whole network. In contrast enforcing property rights i e enforcing the one megabyte block. Size limit might seem cruel but overall this tough love is the only way to build a reliable sustainable high quality system that critique was accurate. And i don't mean to overthrow it but i do want to change it slightly instead of a train one hundred percent clean versus one. Hundred percent overcrowded. I would rather people think of a situation where the same at vehicle has different sections first class business class coach etcetera. In that model the passengers have a different experience in many important ways but they also have some things in.

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Doncic Has 31 Points, Mavs Beat Clippers 113-102 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Doncic Has 31 Points, Mavs Beat Clippers 113-102 in Game 1

"The Mavericks took their playoff opener is Luca di church dropped in thirty one points in a one thirteen one oh two decision over the clippers especially the more fun if you want obviously but it's a fun basketball I think it's fun for the fans to watch it Dotchin Tim Hardaway junior made five three pointers each and Dorian Finney Smith at four to help Dallas shoot forty seven percent from long range Hardaway finished with twenty one points to finish Smith had eighteen for the maps who led most of the game why Leonard had twenty six points and ten rebounds for the clippers and Paul George added twenty three points but they were a combined three of fourteen on three pointers as the clippers shot just thirty one percent from downtown I'm Dave very

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Doncic, Mavs hold on to beat Irving, Nets 113-109 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Doncic, Mavs hold on to beat Irving, Nets 113-109 for sweep

"The nets now find themselves two and a half games behind the Eastern Conference leading seventy Sixers following their fourth straight loss one thirteen one oh nine at Dallas look at dodges scored twenty four points and Tim Hardaway junior added twenty three to help the Mavericks complete a sweep of the two game season series Dodger Charlie shot seven of twenty two but he chipped in with ten rebounds and eight assists it was one of the worst game made Burke well we got a win that's all matters not just trying to when you're not scoring trying to do other things and just keep playing Dorian Finney Smith scored seventeen points and the Mavericks reached ten games over five hundred for the first time this season the nets fell despite carrier ring season high forty five points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Doncic's 31 points pace Mavs over NBA-leading Jazz 111-103

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Doncic's 31 points pace Mavs over NBA-leading Jazz 111-103

"Look at dodges scored thirty one points and Dorian Finney Smith added a season high twenty three is the maverick stop Utah's nine game winning streak one eleven one oh three Jaylen Brunson scored twenty points for the mavs led by as many as eighteen in their season high fifth win in a row Dallas won for the first time in three games versus Utah this season despite Kristaps porzingis the Mavericks number two scorer leading rebounder sitting out with a sprained right wrist Mike Conley scored twenty eight points to lead the jazz who fell to an NBA best thirty eight and twelve I'm Dave Ferrie

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"finney" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Keno. Nelson's get her which is all day long and radiated we used to go down the mall. Shopping burger king anymore though. Nazis muslim by mr you. Hamburger helper heck. Now she does goes to market by pound ground around or gr skillet up real real real real okay but since saw sometimes even been real good slave mom always tonsils in a box hamburger helper dave. And we've seen kema. You're pretty stupid on take shit albuquerque. I remember ricky nielsen. Saying a laugh at over a thousand. France yes i see yes please everyone so got. Please god so bitch. Boxer beat surprise when the kids through.

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Show #57  "Live Stage Show-1983" Denny Johnston, Michael Finney, and Lee Yalowitz  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Show #57 "Live Stage Show-1983" Denny Johnston, Michael Finney, and Lee Yalowitz - burst 1

"Keno. Nelson's get her which is all day long and radiated we used to go down the mall. Shopping burger king anymore though. Nazis muslim by mr you. Hamburger helper heck. Now she does goes to market by pound ground around or gr skillet up real real real real okay but since saw sometimes even been real good slave mom always tonsils in a box hamburger helper dave. And we've seen kema. You're pretty stupid on take shit albuquerque. I remember ricky nielsen. Saying a laugh at over a thousand. France yes i see yes please everyone so got. Please god so bitch. Boxer beat surprise when the kids through.

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A Review Of The Long Walk, Chapters 9-18

Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

04:37 min | 1 year ago

A Review Of The Long Walk, Chapters 9-18

"The long walk continues with only sixty. Walkers remaining geared is determined to make it to freeport or he'll see his mother and girlfriend jan more walkers get their tickets and the boys continue their discussions as physical and mental exhaustion weigh on them eventually. The long walk enters massachusetts and only three boys remain gary mic varieties and stebens. Only one will be the last walker standing but even so at what price victory. Nice day were in this section of the book and one of the things we talked about last episode is how we were a little disappointed that there wasn't a lot more world building going on yeah King seemed to be very vague as to what sort of relived these characters were in boys going on. We got the sense that things weren't great but not all of the details and in this one. There's a lot more of that world building we're looking for. Yeah it definitely satisfied my craving for those details. I still don't know that it was enough for my my modern sensibilities if you will I wanted to know what was going on. Outside of the walk and king still doesn't really reveal that but he gives us just a little bit more of a taste. Oh those are so delicious. Yeah each one of them is pretty great. The fact there's now thirty first day of april. Yeah that was the first one in this section. I was like whoa and you know. We talked about the dark tower. There were times early on. We're like boy. That's a weird little editing mistake. At first i thought well maybe april thirty. One is an editing mistake but then there were a couple more came shortly thereafter. That you're like. Oh kings doing something here. Yeah yeah there were fifty one states. When i saw that my immediate question was what is that fifty for state. I mean it could be anything is is it. Puerto rico is his canada. I don't know like it could be so many things it could be half of. Mexico is the fifty first state. It's not really important to the story. But it would be kinda cool to have one of those jr token style maps or like the the dark tower style maps that shows the world of the long walk and the path that they walk. Yep and then you can see like now. There's this you know. East pennsylvania and west pennsylvania. Yeah you're not even thinking big enough jay. Maybe like the western eight states all disappeared or were destroyed and so then they picked up nine states that we don't have today and not not just one new one. What do you think of that. Yeah or maybe california finally broke into five pieces. Resold alaska back to the russians for for a net total of one game state. Yeah and cut off. Florida like bugs. Bunny does in that. Famous jif yup. Yeah there were other interesting facts. That that Apparently there were german air raids on the east coast of the united states. And there's clearly has been some kind of takeover. The major seems to be the figurehead leader or commander of this Of the united states. So i'm guessing some sort of military coup but somebody says in the old days before the change and the squads when they were still millionaires like basically went before before a lot of wealth was redistributed to who knows who knows in what way but clearly this is not the world that king lived through when he was writing this story. Right the most intriguing one was this idea that world war two was different in how it played out so there's talks about german raids on the east coast. That occurred that people were afraid of and then later on they talk about the provo governor who is a war hero. He led a raid on a german nuclear base in santiago in nineteen fifty three. So yeah this is definitely not the world that is just hey our world bit in the future. This is a total man in the high castle. Style alternate reality or maybe even a father callahan like slipping through alternate versions of of the universe or of the of the world making this whole story. Kind of dark tower finney.

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Seahawks are releasing defensive end Carlos Dunlap

One Bills Live

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Seahawks are releasing defensive end Carlos Dunlap

"And the latest comes from Seattle. Adam Schefter reporting that defensive and Carlos Dunlap will be released today by the Seahawks. 32 year old was acquired from Cincinnati via trade this past season. With the Seahawks, sending offensive lineman BJ Finney and 1/7 Round pick to the Bangles. Ironically, the Bangles just released Finney last

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NFL hires first Black female game official, Maia Chaka

Eddie and Rocky

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

NFL hires first Black female game official, Maia Chaka

"Bangles are parting ways with cornerback BJ Finney, six year pro was released today after playing in just one game following the trade from Seattle and the NFL will have its first black woman official next season. Maya Chaka was added to the league's roster of game officials today.

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"finney" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"finney" Discussed on KGO 810

"If our phone system ever goes on the fritz, he could be both the host and the collars. You haven't Newsome gave me the Rhona and now I'm going to die. The China virus got maze. Did you get the vaccine? No, I didn't get no vaccine, because that's exactly what the Democrats wanted me to do. And now you've got Verona s all the Democrats and Chai calms. Rush Limbaugh's told me you could see this coming of my own way. Chris Merrill, two voices one salary. Kgo 8 10 Sport of baseball became segregated in 18 89 in 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the major league color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers. Certainly, baseball has grown considerably, and we're quite proud of the role that he played in every year. On April 15th all MLB team celebrate Jackie Robinson Day to honor the civil rights pioneer. We salute Jackie Robinson during Black History month. Cumulus. San Francisco celebrates Black History Month 2021 Michael Finney on KGO radio and kgo radio dot com. Dog. Perfect. Who did? That's all? What is that song? That's right. Wow. Very cool. Okay, well, I want to welcome David Shapiro. Cielo car, intelligent. Our program is here to talk about big game car ads and choosing the best deals is Frank. Hey, David. Thanks for joining us. Hi, Michael. How are you? Good. I'm good. You know, the last thing I heard about the ads for the Super Bowl tomorrow was Budweiser was out of the game, which I can't believe I did. They were always there. And I'll car manufacturers out of the game are there There's gonna know there's I've heard that there's a least three tomorrow. That's less than normal. So there absolutely is a little bit of a shift and who's spending big money to have big ads tomorrow? But I do know. General Motors has a big one planned for it has a big one plan. And that has a big one plan where I heard that is it all gonna be truck? Sure, they're gonna be cars. I mean, everybody's selling trumps now, right? Yet trucks. They're big people, You know we want we want trucks and SUVs right and in America right now, that's true. That's big. What it seems like. Is these ads actually the ones for tomorrow? Are going to be more emotional drift heartstring driven to bring America together to be brand of the people. Or to be thinking about after the pandemic or in the future of electric cars. It seems to be big picture, big future. Stuff as opposed to buy a car now. Tomorrow. That's our show. They're looking at the divided election. Black lives matter. Those types of things is that what is that the space in which they're dealing with Not that specific, but I was looking at the General Motors ad and that looks to be about electric cars and how they're gonna have the electric models by 2025. Which is 10 years ahead of, you know, You know, our California big mandate and Ford was talking about coming together. Work together. We're a nation of one. Um, you know, be strong as a nation and kind of the pandemic is gonna come to an end and then get back out. Do what we want to do. So it was things like that that I was seeing for this year. And less about the I'm car racing ads that you know you would see in prior Wow. That's it. Well, well. First of all, this is David Shapiro, CEO and founder of car Intelligent. Let's tell people want car intelligent does in my mind. Everybody knows, but they probably don't so tell people are car Teligent is all about. Yeah. So cartel Jim's based here in the Bay Area. We've been around for 20 years and we are service that helps people by released any new car any make or model on,.

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A Deep Dive Into Rudy Gobert After the Jazz Lose To Denver

Game Theory Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

A Deep Dive Into Rudy Gobert After the Jazz Lose To Denver

"Talk about Rudy. Gobert. What? What do we want to know about mr. Gaubert because I thought before today and obviously today is Sunday. I thought before the day that he was running away with the defensive player of the year award. And then today happened today happened. I would not go as far as running away with the defensive player wage. I thought he was running away. I thought it was a significant gap between him and everybody else. So I totally understand why you would say that their top five and defense coming into town today. They're really really good team Utah. They are arguably playing better before today than anybody in the NBA just point blank. Especially now that the Lakers have hit like off a bit of a bit of a malaise having said that I'm still saying Anthony Davis Ford Prince of player of the year because they've number one defense and he's the one the keys the number one defense in the NBA off. He's by far the most versatile defender in the NBA Rudy I think is a reasonable like honestly probably would be second for me right now Myles Turner has a case sneaky class that I've been advocating as much as I can Larry Nance would probably be in my top five right now. He is the whole reason that the Cavs have a reasonable defense. Yep. Right now a top-10 defense, but I digress nonetheless Rudy gobert has been very very good for the Utah Jazz this year and I thought that Utah's games this week. We're kind of a perfect encapsulation of the Rudy gobert experience against Dallas. He was the reason that they just come holy month and utterly annihilated the Mavericks in both of those games and I watched the first one close cuz I bet on Dallas because Utah was without Donovan Mitchell was without a favors and Dallas was getting back Dorian finney-smith was getting back to like Powell. I thought that they'd take that energy and catch you too on the back end of a back-to-back and be kind of run away with that game and that absolutely one hundred percent was the wrong side to be on and in large part. It was because of the incredible grass. City that Rudy gobert holds as a pick-and-roll offensive threat, he is completely obliterated kristaps porzingis in that in those two games like butterwood obliterated him like wipe them off the face of the Earth on both ends. He averaged 23 points and 16 rebounds. He had like three blocks. He had a couple of steals. He was dead thing that people who are Jazz fans and that yell from the rooftops about Rudy. Gobert. He was everything in those two games that people say about Rudy being like a top-12 impact player in the NBA. You'll hear sometimes in this game today against Denver Nikola jokic made him look like a parking cone on defense and

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Winning $1 billion Mega Millions ticket sold in Michigan

Consumer News with Michael Finney

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Winning $1 billion Mega Millions ticket sold in Michigan

"No word who bought it? But lottery officials say one winning ticket was sold, matching all the mega millions numbers last night with a billion dollars sold at a supermarket and no by Michigan were a shopper. Laurie Burkhardt knows it can't be. Her line was too long, and I was trying to be safe. And so I'm like, all right, so I started going to other stores. Yes, I bought my ticket somewhere else. And no, I didn't

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"finney" Discussed on TSC Now

TSC Now

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on TSC Now

"You talk about the rigor of this fall session versus in the spring where it was kind of sprung on you. And you got a Webinar last week in one of the big topics was regression. What regression have you seen as a parent? And as a teacher, are you trying to make up that gap and address that regression from the spray as a parent? We've seen a lot of regression mostly behavior with our kids once again with our six old behaviors, his biggest obstacle autistic and always has severe behavior issues with aggression, and then with my hanger one might urging year old behavior wasn't always ill with him. He's severely delayed because of epilepsy but his behavior once again he's thirteen. So that is a factor, not a great time independently, and so his behaviors have increasingly become worse. Way More anxious. He's always said the tendencies now they are through and him in his brother clash constantly now because they're both kind of fighting same central issues and the fact that we're so close the other all the time because risk we've been very tight knit and like my daughter is nineteen leaves to go somewhere might thirteen year olds is. The ripped wasp back through the door and so we had a lot of the behaviors that our biggest regressions inquiry. We've been fortunate with museum, First Grade, teacher both about a first grade level, we've been able to really work with 'em. I've been fortunate because I know the curriculum of where they need to be able to use some of those strategies and I worked very closely with both their teachers over the summer. So our traditions been behavior not having close. We haven't had eight years since March we haven't interventions so we're filling it there as a teacher. Filling the gap. You know we're figuring it out as we go. I will say like for me personally once I'm regular ed with little ones but I have been talking tourist teachers at our school. We're is seeking for my classroom even interested in. Others that are there and we were talking about little about the one on one in the interventions for with in I know for me like, I've done way more one on one sessions already with two weeks in. I've had that time to spend with some of my kids I seen the larger gaps and I'm really working to kind of figure out where the fall so that those kids are ready to move on in the challenging I'm able to give them those resources and those that are falling high able to kind of focus in on their gaps and get some small group intervention and taking the parents working with me. The only way will be open work with teachers because the kids really they can't do it independently right? They're they're young don't know, and so even if it's not parents having somebody, there is a lot of older siblings you know during their break from class or helping younger siblings just having the or to work with us to fill the gap and be as creative as possible. We've sent home different like I make different letter boards for work building. Waste at home some Magic Plato so that they have won it gave him a good experience in two. Now they have some hands on something to keep their hands busy when the technology is. been playing with their plato. You know we've been trying to send home tolls. We've made more Finney, hoeing next week things engaged. It's at home, but they're not just staring at a computer or they're just not pencil and paper, but they're getting some of that creative outlet to keep them engaged in wanting to learn I think the biggest obstacle is you know especially with young ones and I think even. With Sec Kiddos is you want your kids to once word right? You want them to have that passion to learn new things and not get so frustrated and it's at balance of making it fun engaging but still giving the curriculum is filling the gaps they need. So I just think everyone has succeeded together box. You know we're we're learning the go like we've been in a weekend team and I work. To our meeting yesterday talking about different ways, we can better engage them different things. We could send home that the kids could use more independently.

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"finney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And Thomas Finney told KNBC he came forward and started looking at security. Camera on the house here, and I noticed that there was a truck that drove by smoking. Real bad. Looks like it was looked like she was having some issues. So you know, I just reported the video authorities say the Apple fire has burned through Riverside and San Bernardino counties, consuming more than 26,800 acres and is 15% contained. I'm Julie Walker. Kansas Republicans have nominated representative Roger Marshall for the set it instead of conservative Kris Kobach, breaking news and analysis, a townhall dot com Divers. Stephen, A City wide receiver Rashad bait that is often out of the 2020 season amid concerns about the Corona virus even will forgo is remaining two years of eligibility to enter the 2021 NFL draft. University confirmed his departure, which Bateman called quote the hardest decision that I've ever had to make in my life. The native of Tifton, Georgia, totaled 111 receptions, 1923 yards of 17 touchdowns over two seasons. Statement was 1/3 team All American in 2019. He won the Big 10 Conference is Receiver of the Year Award. Jeremy House, reporting short lines over Matthew Stafford for the Covad I our list, saying he received a false positive test result. Which drew the ire of the quarterbacks wife toward the NFL. The list was created for players who either tested positive for cocaine 19 or have been in close contact with an infected person team issued a statement saying Stafford does not have the virus and never did more on these stories. A townhall dot com My Patrick thaws. For more than 20 years Investigated. Filmmaker Tim Mahoney has travelled the globe for evidence of some of the Old Testament's most miraculous events. Now, with the Red Sea miracle part to journey to Egypt and beyond. As Tim interviews the world's foremost experts to discover the.

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Ask you one last question. A just because we're a teaching organization, we do a lot of teaching in you. Do a lot of teaching. Can you just talk briefly about the role of teaching in your life in terms of how it impacts your work? When I first started teaching creative writing and poetry, I was warned. Be careful. You'll never right again. Said Okay I will be careful. And yet I have found. This most honorable art and act. Has provided so many moments of inspiration and work, because one of the things that I do when I teach is I do my own assignments. So, I. Have this you know if I. Give a writing assignment in class. The students look up and they see me scrambling along with them. What are you doing? I have a point coming I'm trying to catch it like you are, and I think that's really really important To not to yes, to be the instructor in the classroom, but also to be the student in the classroom and one of the reasons I love to visit classrooms of all kind, because I'm always curious soul, and I'm always ready to learn something else about the act of writing the art of poetry, and then how to come before you on a night like this in communicate what I feel, and what? I learned back to you and help you, then take it and communicated to somebody else so that the arena is never full of the you know who's..

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"There particular forms of poetry that you enjoy the most. I write mainly in free verse, but. I, love taking a form and sought up sort of Changing. Kinda been doing that. My entire life I love Penn tunes. I, I love the meter of align. But I really I think more free verse more attractive to words. In poetry and inwards, and beginning words and things like that, but I do love pontoons, and in this last book there is something sort of sonnet esque. That I had a lot of. Playing within it took. Over a hundred drafts of a poem called plunder. which is about the last state of the nation? Address that George? Bush made to this country. Exactly. Can you tell us more about and this isn't a quotes making a plan for words words. Maybe. This is back to the Toni cade bar. The can tell you so many things. She taught me, but in the workshop. One day was my turn to present. And this is a hope Students up there listening really carefully this. So I read this plan that I thought was really cool. and. She said everybody was commenting on how cool it was and she says. Hey Finney. So you right pretty so what? What's the plan. Plan cannot just right pretty. No. You have to have a plan. You have to have a plan. And so that was the time in my life when I started thinking Beyon- The SORTA prettiness of language to what language could do in where I wanted to take me. So the follow on that question, this is maybe just like a A. Zero on something in there. What do you say to those who believe that political poetry is in fact, not our country. I don't I. Don't really have to answer that I mean I. You know you can. You can spend your. You can spend your time in the arena. Answering ridiculous things, or you can just do your work. And and know that the history of poetry is ripe and and lush with. Political ideas and it's not so much what you write about, but how you write about it that matters so much and so i. don't spend a lot of time with in my very first. Book. Reading a man stood up in the back, and he said young lady. You need to leave all politics behind our nobody's GonNa. Come listen to you in the future. I wish he was here tonight. People will tell you a lot of things, but it goes back to Freddie and that essay he wrote. Renew now something in your heart and nobody else believes you are knows it. What do you do? Toss it away. Hold onto it, and I've that's what I've done. Because all my models in the beginning years were folks who had one job during the day, and they were activists at night or at the same time, and so I knew you could do it. I just knew there was a way that it had to be done. I..

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Is to feed and tell you the stories in. Keep you away from sharp things that might slip into your throat and never completely disappear. Her eyes play into the slinky circles of her mouth. The sweet flesh is finally ground. Salt and snapper spit meal are a fine passe. She reaches her long Brown. Fingers deep inside her jaw are hinged mouths open mind prematurely. My fists are flying fleshy verbs in the apple of her kitchen. Bald in sweet anticipation. My chubby legs yoga extend into early orgasmic pose. My Chin sets into downward facing dog. My begging is and dark Mauve lips close and slow around her fingers. succulent fish and spit lands on the center of my tongue. I swell in my first chair ever. Fed by the mother who relishes the story of turning her back and leaving A. Once to swim off a thousand miles find food fight off shimmering shark than swim thousand miles back just to drop her beak into mine. I. AM The lucky girl. Thank you very much..

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Of his dreams, Dow. He settles his hand on this bags spine. It is that day in the country with his father when it was about to rain. This is how to shift in glide. The old man says the Oh four-speed truck lurches like a Bullfrog, two hours of repeat instruction, and the old man finally reaches for the boys, temple his hand and Onyx Butterfly landing on Purple Bush should both fears and fantasies. This is the first time his father has ever touched him. The boys able parking between two old folks laying down the shore, smooth tracks of the man to be. The walking man with hair like Wally Soyinka stands and turns away from this noonday flash of the ephemeral. He goes back for the sunshine bag that is fed with laughing mother, who is always reaching even now for his Browning and walking face. He walks into the corner beyond the bag, spilling, his finally satisfied father. PICKING UP AND PUTTING DOWN This serpentine stepping goes on until the sun gives up all day all week. The pendant than crescent than waning whole winter moon pours with every step. His feet stitch than on braid. The Willie strings off his heart. Keep moving. His two bags never meet on the same corner. Everything, now out of his reach is never out of his arms for law. In Toronto. A, man zigzags his way across Canada. In Canada. A black man stitches himself back to Earth. In two thousand and five. A hurricane hit New Orleans. The question for me as a poet was. And is now. That big old storm! Would it change us? The way we look at each other, sometimes the way we see and don't see each other sometimes. The where we the way we care about.

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"He, said now baby I. Don't said okay. I'll I'll call. You later called him later, he said by. Iran to his house. He took me in the back room a room nobody ever went in. He pulled an envelope from the top of the closet. He said I want you to have something. In, it was a term paper an essay he had written in college I, said college uncle. Freddie didn't know you went to college. He said Yeah I tried it once. Didn't stay long. Pulled out the essay on it in the right corner was a big Red F. The title of the Essay One day when a man walks on the moon. He, said daughter. Let this be a lesson. When you know something in your heart. Nobody else believes you. Hold onto it two hands. The Black Orion. The Star man was Frederick J Davenport Nineteen Ninety three to nineteen, ninety two. In, his orbiting is. We are all slaves. Slavish two things we cannot do without. Slavish to whatever is new and fan dangled and polished in Pearl. In his Cornfield, while waiting for grouse to stir to shoot and freeze for Christmas, he told me I. AM leaving a world of Slaves Behi-. So what am I really leaving? No wonder you define loneliness by all the things you do not have. A man who did not know that things had ever changed because he beheld the sky as something that may shift, but was forever dependably exact. A man who did not believe that things should ever change. His only concern was up. His channel was shifting sky the always ground he found scripture in the tissue in pages of the ALMANAC. A man who did not want to know the answer to it all who liked it the old way just fine. In College Astronomy Nineteen fifty-nine Fred J Davenport, he wrote a paper. He predicted that in ten years more or less, a man.

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Me. Some even make it a point of touch me on the shoulder. When we pass in the aisle, one even whispered yesterday I do what you are doing. Today somebody passed by set back down and my poetry table I could never have the kind of patients that you have. She said I smile back. Too Polite to say what I want to say, which is. But this is my grandmother. And I am forty two years old, and she is ninety nine, and we are here on earth at the same time and I. All of who I am because she made me fried corn and cabbage every summer day that live with her as a child and every time I entered. Her house was a girl. There were homemade whole wheat bread. And Apple fritters. Cooling on the side of the STO. There was blackberry juice waiting in Mason. Jars that had already been tendered with the natural sugar spoons for hands I want to say if you could still look up in the world in see yourself in the eyes of the one who is the very reason you are graciously still free of madness. Had to do for her. Four there are only two tiny dressing rooms. There are people waiting in line to use them. There are lots of people waiting in line. My grandmother has made one of them her home away from home. Her movements are pretty slow. It takes a long time to pull each dress down around her. My job is to return anything. She does not want to the racks..

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"To finish in this episode, it's nearly impossible to tell from when she is talking and from when she is reading her poetry. She begins with their ninety nine year old grandmother and takes us on a kind of. Graphical tour with her work. It's by turns, solemn, hilarious, tender and heartbreaking. Your spinning. Thank you so much. Good Evening Portland. WILD IMAGINATIVE IRREVERENT PORTLAND. Have I come to the right place. Excellent! I've come tonight. To tell you what my grandmother taught me a long long time ago. But I'd like to start with a quote. A woman has to be a daughter. Before she can be any kind of a woman. If she doesn't have that in mind. If. She doesn't know how to relate to her ancestors to her tribe. She's not good for much. Tony Morrison. My grandmother is the very reason I have become the very poet. You are about to spend some time with this evening. Born in one, thousand, nine hundred. She taught me that telling a lie was something akin to murder..

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"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"finney" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Hey It's Andrew. The director of Literary Arts Literary Arts we rely on our community. People like you for support to help make this podcast and all our programming possible. Give today literary. Dash Arts Dot Org forward. Slash donate Welcome to the project. I'm Andrew Procter Executive. Director of Literary Arts the Archive Project is a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world's best writers for more than thirty five years of Literary Arts in Portland Support for the archive project is provided by Cole, Haan, colon, shoes, bags, and outerwear. Go with you while you work your way to extraordinary more at Cole Haan Dot Com. In this episode we feature poet Nikky Finney from a two thousand thirteen Portland Arts and lectures event. Nikky Finney formerly began her career as a poet thirty five years ago, with her first collection on wings made of Gauze since then she's published seven collections, and has had an illustrious career as an educator in two thousand eleven Nikky Finney won the National Book Award for Poetry for her collection head off and split. When she took the podium at the black tie ceremony, in addition to thanking her colleagues and loved ones, she delivered a speech now considered legendary, which opens with these sentences quote we begin with history. The slave codes of South Carolina seventeen, thirty, nine, a fine of one hundred dollars and six months in prison will be imposed on. Anyone found teaching a slave to read or write. And Death is the penalty for circulating any incendiary literature. Not only to the speech go viral on social media, but it was included in the inaugural exhibit of the African American Museum of History and culture in Washington DC. and to me, it exemplifies how profound it is to hear. Fini's speak and read. No opportunity is treated lightly. Every word is chosen. As full of meanings and every subject connected to the vast workings of history, family, belief and language. Listening.

"finney" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"finney" Discussed on KGO 810

"On K, G O eight ten now back to Michael Finney, odd K G O. Mike. Phone number is eight zero eight zero eight ten that's an exact number that rose from Marin county called. Hey, rose. Welcome to the program. Oh, thank you very much, Michael. I notice I'm appalled by the number of drivers that do not have their headlights on whether the wind chill. Also when it's hazing what have you? I mean, I've even been on the bridge where the Hayes is down to the deck, the big issues in the middle lane, wipers going and no lights on unbelievable. It's unbelievable. Now, I am going to give it. Well. First of all, let me tell you that is against the law Tigers are on then you have to have your lights on that's a law in the state of California. That's right. That's right. But some people don't know that that is there's two things going on one. Do you know that there's a loophole in the law? No, the loophole is if you don't have your your wipers on permanently like using intermittent, then then the law doesn't apply to you. Oh my gosh. Silliest thing I've ever heard I'm with you that needs to change. And the other thing is I think a lot of people now have their lights on all the time where it's automatic. So they never I realize some of them are automatic, my car isn't. But I realized that that is the case. So I don't think they ever think about turning on their lights. I think they have forgotten to do it. And we don't know. But I was just thinking you have the right context. If I call the DMV or three it's not gonna do any good. If only it could be announced on English and foreign TV and radio stations. It would be a big help. I agree with you all language stations. We ought to do it. Here. You want to do it right now you want to do the announcement for me roast? No, I would not contact. But I think that, you know, people do listen to the radio or have their TV on. And at least it would get to them. You know, we really should do that every time it rains, I'm gonna make that suggestion next time we have an editorial meeting around here. You know, another thing. I can't it's a game. With me, I'm counting now as I'm driving and also the people that only have one headlight working. Why not band at Saint caught up when I was fifteen and a half in drivers. Hey, rose. I gotta go. Thank you for your call. Thank you very much. Let's bring on Jason Harley. He's on our live line right now. He's from insurance quotes dot com. Good friend of ours. How often should you be paying for auto insurance? That's a question. Jason. Thanks for joining us. How about never how have I never Pat. Wouldn't that be great? To have. Yeah. I don't want to buy food either. Well, you know with the new year started, we're always trying to think of things insurance quotes, you kinda come up to say the consumer money, and what happens is sometimes a couple of the great idea. You realize this could get them in trouble. So that's what we kind of talked about on this one is you can save some money by paying your insurance annually or semi annually instead of but you might find yourself getting yourself into more financial bind if you do that. Okay. So explain that to me. Well, I think most people are used to paying.

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