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"Stuff from you. If i believe in a collective cooperation like shared experience the dewey those kinds of poems creates a space where that can happen so in and of themselves right no. I don't necessarily know that a chorus or spotlight poem is better than jumper but how they were in mass face where my head is at right now. I would have to say the coral poems. I loved the idea of people reading the poems. Like allowed together of you. I want the redoubled scary poems. Allow clo- thought. That dark noise had a standing appointment every friday at six. Y'all got married. We all got married and had panic depression so right now. We just said each other occasional news sister michelle. Here's maddie Oh we have a game to play game okay. Great you're too though. So congratulations doing great. Doing great his last one though is double or nothing so you could lose it all. Just what i do answer right. That's all you can do all right channel. You're talented tenth. All right you got all right So as ask ask ask that you go call upon the name of your oldest white ancestor. Just say watch over me now His last game called this versus something else. Where we're going to ask you. Would you like to say in this reality Earth six one six in the marvel books or if you would like to Dip out to this alternate reality in the multi verse that we just found right now in today's this versus something else you can either stay here or you can live in a world. Where poems are enough. Oh oh no. No i stay here really because anybody could did write a poem and it would be enough to do some shit haha. Wow world war poems would just do it in order to maintain our sense of what it is. First of all we'd have to find out who gets the right upholds that make it it. Would we have gotten to write bad. Dan poem and how fast would it take for somebody to undo. Jor it with their poll. That's it so then we'd have to police those fall shit so in this world semi could literally be like you know what i miss the days when the knicks was in chains and then they could just write the palm right that point we were oh shit somebody would they would. They couldn't speak english or what you might bigger like. Yeah and then we'd be waiting for somebody nice to write us up on. This baby can lower chains. On instance so yeah. Nah you got back on of power in with some kind of policing force to maintain it. That would just turn poets into the ruling class and come on. Y'all do we really want which poets any poet who could get that poll out in order order to make sure it stayed the for you to say a witch force that means you have a list of forest that you would want feel right the paul of what would you do to make sure they would be only was a great ball. I would be the poaching police. You're right in that world. I would turn into the poetry popa. Let hey there. You don't have the authority to be right. No problems right as much as i love. Autry poets if i had to choose between a world in which will pull it rights. What happens and the world. We're in right now. We need each other to make sure. We don't become fucking fascist months so the perth folks nobel poets recruit for dictatorships no and most basic. The palm has to do something with somebody else. If a poem would be enough we ever have to share them. Or were they just be kind of incantations that we do private and just make everything happen so the very least we need the reader to go home and be changed. And that's not the poem. Now that's the poll and the reason it's not a failure it is a denuclearization to disarmament. But it's also an acknowledgement that any single consciousness is not enough. Any single approach is not enough because that immediately creates orbits you know. I don't want to replicate the process of saying this is the only important thing who oh man well three out of three one all the game. They shouldn't thank you so much for spending this time with us. Thank you a. Where can people find more of your work in the world that you to well they can go to. Douglas journey dot com which i promised to update at these twice a year. That's really adam mama. Try to bet And you know wherever. There's a little bit of shelf space next to domestic work. Maybe i'll be been there like between those that that seal. Yes thank you so much like. Can we ask you to close out with one more poem. Sure sure please. This is a comb. I wrote in the airport on my last flight for of the quarantine and honestly it is for you to. It's four all of the poets who are writing right now showing possibilities. It's called tif. What i realized when looking at you i wished there us is a splitting of certain shadowed and insane splitting what they think of. But pushing schism or headaches at figuring figure out with our chronic arithmetic thing you go. Don't go thinking of them. My bad my same old same old and see. I see yeah. They'll said that while smiling which eased me so your teeth by looks to seem like pills but since you are smiling and i see them set all road. You ain't swallow the pills that are teeth. They chimed together still. That's a figure. I figured if i could have done anything air. Maybe i could have swallowed. Bet other them. We aren't to think on and meth known. Nothing for y'all to get ill when i'd go correct so before y'all perhaps i would have spit none of them out even but now you have stopped smiling. So have i and y'all for real though. Stop thinking about them. I'm sorry they take so much of my mind. I'm sorry i start instead. A story story of a speculative physics. So at don't begin once upon a time. No no no. It goes what has to happen was at in this story shadow. 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"kearney" Discussed on VS
"That we have arrived. Everybody's favorite time when we play a silly game with very smart people actually a whole podcast. Silly games with our people. Just make what happened. Are you ready to answer questions. Apprently all you do a little light skinned who they man all right. I'm sorry i game we're gonna play is called fast punch. We're going to give you ten categories and you are going to tell us either. The best of those categories or the worst of those categories as fast as you possibly can doug security. Would you like to be a pessimist or a optimist. Today i'm gonna go for optimist on this spirit of the protection polls optima for any. Would you like to start us off today. All right here we go okay. Best fruit plums plum for best hip hop duo or band. O us off best Thing about the twin cities the blackhawks community the colored community indigenous community. yeah the community of creates vast h. b. c. You not howard dan. Wow so fast. Classical opera book vote sec. Yeah yeah i think is israel. It is alvin. Berg compose it. It ends with this image of the main character of possibly dying in the water while his daughters to sort of water splashing playboy up up up up. Yes terrible epic bess. Title of a manuscript you scrapped and the grotius show of feels. That was what show was going to be called it. I but i've seen the grossest show of us best dead white poet best in a sense. Okay emily dickenson best white person living. Oh my uncle's ed. Local so both name. Ed white at uncle to white ed or ed one ed cheek. How ed's best thing someone has said to you after reading your crewless best poem. Oh shit drudge. That's often because one long with this. We a mullet. Harry mullen who i once yelled at a my johnson. Maybe only in my head but in the memory it was to his face for making me. Read 'cause i was about. I was very upset. No my i always tell. Is i was like harry mullen. I was not ready for harrier the for some came around. And i was not at all. I had not done the reading. It was like you know. I like hats and meet harry among the later. Nineteen year old me. Was i know y'all and then i came back. Twenty three and i was like this half a dramatic people. That like you know whatever you think of our now. I was bad basic as basic as high school. Our member cheering the song. Tom's diner by suzanne vega remixed to it and some album is like what you think about that song yeah that was literally my critique esau doesn't rhyme though doesn't yeah doesn't it insistently does run. It's basically spoken word of y'all how many negatives in the nineties in two thousand where like melodic lee saying poem that in rive i mean all of that is true but if you talk to seventeen year old stern even like well the beach nice. And then if i found out On the actual album acapella out of beauty digits. Like well what the hell is been like. Really people can just do anything. Did i know people doing anything. Know he literally make a career out of doing anything exactly exactly. That'd be now what we had a future important moment in a young person's life when they go from you can just do anything to oh you can trust to anything. Okay cool so. Let's go to our our game number. Two doug tierney. Congratulations on winning game. One congratulate you. Congratulations Challenge round to this versus that. Were will pit two things or concepts against each other and you have to tell us which would win in a physical fight and so For this round of this versus that we have the spotlight versus the chorus. And i guess what we in the spotlight on different voices poem versus the coral palm. I think the coral is more where our heads are at now. So i'll say the coral. Yeah what do you mean by aware. Your heads are heads at. I feel like the coral poems emphasize the idea of collectively interdependence that i was talking about earlier in a way that the spotlight poem doesn't and it's why i tried spotlight and so much like poly locality within themselves because still moving toward that so yeah i would say the coral in in today's about And also is it. Also because they're smart people numb are more well. There's there's a lot of people in the spotlight pony exactly. Yeah like this. I was eh eta head. Some of the students who had been reading the work that the coral combs said that what they had been doing was they had been reading them collectively. Not just like i did not admits i'd ask. This person is person but like reading together on a bunch of other.
"kearney" Discussed on VS
"Only doing what it's done been do. Yeah yeah love all of the doubling back in the like. I mean i i now that you've I've heard you talk about the Desire to have lots of stressed as many stressed syllables. In as possible like I don't know it helps me here. You're here the sentences a different way to yeah. He said like one of the most amazing phrases i've ever heard earlier which was drum machine property Speaking of president of syllables. And you know. I think that with that made me think of as kind of like not just like what that might like sound like but also idea of kind of weaving together stuff. That might be kind of like synthetic or like the kind of relationship between artifice and materiality and And the kind of like you know organic beating heart of your of your voice and palms as well like Yeah i just wanted to see if you might be willing to rip little bit more on the idea of the drum machine or or about like how the synthetic operates in your work. Oh wow that's a good one. You know something. I'll i'll say as a provocation that hope to like make a reasonable goes our faith like like you sit down like i'm going to figure out precisely how to save That's fair that's like you're you're cheating lying like that's a lie. The idea of sonal. Paul is cute because persona old essentially mean that the reader has to be signal that you're being somebody who's completely not you but like we're always writing in persona even when you're sort of right this is how feel about the day you are be the reasonable like the most measured version of yourself. Perhaps or the most like honestly and legitimately striving version of his like. You never tell to own your whole entire somebody be words would be up. That's what i should. we live like. We're always writing song right now. Becker soda might be closer to douglas kearney ben at his to a non see fight but some poems are already synthetic and one way that you can see. This of course is like. I haven't i haven't been on any of the circuits recently but i remember when i was in san diego and i will go see slams and then i moved to minneapolis and i'd sauce lands. These are tweets were narrowly different reasons but the rhythms were the same in the phones. So that says to me that that should is but again like art artists like like art is fucking fake light late. it's real but it's a lie. It is a rehearsal or performance for interaction. It is a rehearsal performance for seeing or hearing For imagine how a human body can move like any art form is doing something so if it is a old that is fake that allows us to get at something. True that i feel like. That's good shit so that being said the synthetic is sort of always there and accepting. But i've enjoyed doing in by work is ramping up the synthetic i know. Sometimes you have written something because you want to talk about what's happening in that poll or you know there's an interaction that's gonna come and from that you're gonna be able to say this like no the reason why home is called on the outside Cover hobie but the real title is by because you want to be able to say to people. Y'all can say this shit and monday so i- ramp up synthetic part of the typography so that i get to go stand in front of people and say like every single poem is designed like summer just left the every poem score. We don't know how to read any home except that we were trained to read. Nisar it away. But i argue. There's like no second space that goes confronted by any text. You might as well away trade. Okay i started the left reading in english Then don't boil down or right angled jump in battle left okay. Good good technology and techniques. Like we'll see how that homewards except retrain that way and literacy so writing those polls gives me up to say you're always like making decisions about your like books or the first. Ddr's like you read a paragraph. it'll get you go back and read a standstill. You like you go back as for winding pausing rewinding but admiral do something else. He come back. Pick it up right where you left it. The language that we come up with in our poetry is synthetic but agai- does that. Make it bad. i don't think so. I think we're trying to get at something real that we could only get you in collaboration with a reader and order to make that message last it has to be that audience members in such a way that they can bleed from if asiseh is synthetic babysi- synthetic fertilizer. Which you just fake bullshit but you know synthetic fertilizer that makes a garden grows a beautiful if does also killed dirt is literally the drum machine right like you know like just because the horns on a track came from drum. She'll make them any less real or fell in. Yeah yeah and also all of the armor that you've named as the poetic forms. These are all like crafted by by humans. Like you know. Unnatural doesn't mean bad doesn't mean not.
"kearney" Discussed on VS
"It's poised right so to say something isn't enough isn't to say it's inferior or that it rats. It's to acknowledge the of all the things that we have at our disposal is the opposite of the libertarian notion that i could be everything that a person that it boils down to each one of us as poets and artists. Dark noise collective exists in part. Because you all know not. Any one of you is enough. And that's not a laugh. It's saying community. Interdependence is what makes this possible and so to me. It's important as i think about that when a making armor pieces to remind myself you know even if it's something buried in there that only i'll remember that like this is good you doing. You're doing work but there's more there is answering email from some poets who are like. Yeah we wanna talk to you about stuff and being like all right. That's that's a what i'm supposed to be here to do. I couldn't imagine being right now and there's something beautiful about the happening outside. Y'all were an mfa program with me. Y'all let's see if this fucking will talk to us in an economy that is not a recolonize got Just come down. It's anything i tell you. All that's taking me at that point but say forty years to figure out if i could tell it to y'all in your twenties that's like a twenty year headstart on some shit that i've been trying to figure out gonna take that either move from us. It's time travel now. Talking to people is like time travel. Is it all right to go back to this idea of protection little bit. It seems not at all completely different from the work that you've done previously in some ways it does seem like a shift. I don't know. I was reading an essay that was published in the he'll review about. Yeah about banter and humor and there. Is you talk about a moment. Where the poet. Lillian yvonne bertram came up to after A reading said you are cruel to us. I was like whoa. Like when i read it but i think that in you also talk about in writing some of the poems pattern and reading them like a kind of desire to make people feel the hurt that you had felt and the impulse to protect seems like a different kind of impulse so like you know what happened between that impulse in this one a me. Two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen thousand eighteen twenty thousand toward one and probably two thousand twenty two two thousand twenty two thousand four. It's certainly two thousand fourteen two thousand thirteen thousand twelve at the capacity to love people. Why do i teach. Why do i write. Why do i talk votes. Who want to talk. It's to maintain a passing for love. What lillian vom bertram said to me. Those years ago and then i talk to them about election They added that it is cool. But it's also cool to you. The us includes you. I think that if my work has managed one every is the capacity to be grotesque and for people to generally understand that there is chair in this presentation of cruelty in oftentimes ways that are not sheltering the reader from the danger of violence but with that said when i think about the second time i had to explain to my children. That police brutality. In most cases of redundancy redundant statement or that derek shoving murdering george floyd was a feature not above. The first time i had been sprayed. This was win a minnesota. do kids were for. There are eleven. And so i had to do this again. I had to do something that i think. I saw it a poem by nestle. Mercer was we have to break our children before they can bring and what is be that tells a parent and on t. a. Grow older cousin older sibling. A best friend that says i have to hurt in order to baby cheat them for killing but the is that that's been the order that i feel like has at some level been apart of my poems. I wanted to see whether i had the capacity to write something different during quarantine you know people would say things like at the end of a soul of a safe. No some of us have never been safe. You're asking people to stay something that they've never had. They've never been so. I started to say things like find safety. Find pockets pockets of joy safety of love. Whatever you need find them. I have said. Try your best to make each other safe protect each other. If we're going to wish something be somebody wish to give them something that they haven't had. I am a person who leads that. If you try to make a thing happened in a poem whether you succeed or fail at making that thing happen the poem that is the result of that is shaped by that intention. I'm excited to see that new collection. I i mean. I don't know if you want to say it but conroy because you were talking about finding the syntax every project you are some wondering you know if if you are ready to put words to it. What is the sentence or the syntax up. that project. hobby been moved in this protection. Wave there are two modes that happened in this in this collection. One is these collage forms. That are the most sort of visually light of i've ever done. I would say that the sentence that Grounds this collection would probably be something from the poems. The series of poems called Overdue bucks af. I will read one of those sentences. Just so kinda see where we add emancipation. Not it's raise on for raising better. I see by cease. Midst that shane. I'm calling up colleen for to say afro futures and does what it does when how what it does with is how it stayed. Do we wouldn't be doing without only doing what is done been doing that. Lessons is probably the one. And i'll do what tom slowly. I'm calling up cali for to say afro future. Ism does what it does when how what it does it with is. How would stay doing what it easily without.
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"A work and finding the poems that became show is awesome show from two thousand eight and so revising builds all with this idea of a particular prosodic approach while tried not to completely change. The older ones doing something i imagined. It almost adds all the poems coming from the same place. Even though they might lead up a little bit on the density of the in some places density and saudi and other places. But i i didn't feel like big state to mix tape like my. I felt into a certain extent a wanted the reader to be able to move through it and see echoes between the different halves of the book. Obvious ones like the first lines to the first poems in the book titles to the last calls of of the section like those are the things select flags affect. They're exactly the same amount homes. Each section and i wanted to be a kind of conversation for ration- throughout in a way that i hadn't banished before. How do projects happen for you. Because you know you're pulling out points to two thousand eight and you're like you know like i know you're working on several different projects right now so i guess like how. How does your mind work. Are you always sort of pouring into several buckets. How did you remember. Those two thousand eight lengths came a long time ago is is those twelve years ago you know or were they were. They always at the breast view. Like where you always sort of looking for a container for those poems. I would love to hear you. Just talk about like sort of what it means for you to build because it sounds like you may be have like a couple of different cars are always working on under the hood on. Yeah i i. Don't think any poem i ever right is a waste of time. Even if i don't publish it like every owner right prepares me right the next phone in just a really kind of mechanical way at one level but also just like yet. You've capacity like oh. It was an idea the poems they don't all have to find a book. It's nice when they do but they're all contributed. I think having a relationship with my work. That's like dig. Great you can retire now has helped me in some ways. Actually the back to poems and like oh. Yeah i didn't because i was like. Oh that's terrible. I just didn't know it. Sit what you could do. I usually am guided by an interest in something. That's a series. Or sequence of for example of stagger. Working i thought about lining up herrick labor's with a staggered folk song i think about that since the mid two thousand and just trying to find the language for some level for project it's finding a sense nile live a sense but what is how a syntax to work in this new writing about too because that's one of the ways i kinda keep myself from the wrong kinds of repetition figuring out syntax and did having ruled to work it out. It's like putting on parachutes gotta walk around a little bit in store like like in the ideal world you've walk for like a day and a half and then come back and be like come up with a new set and then i wanna be in that place for a long time another thing. That's missing from show. Which is fairly typical in. My work is like an overt poetry secrets you know. Hit upon an idea a set of things that i associate with each other or think about a style at bid i will use that as the kind of anchor for project so right now i'm finishing i imagine i've been science fiction always and what i'm finishing for that ford is six words kalash pieces that are all by being a rhetorical musical style from that for the past bre and a piece of armor to gothic arbor so like a blues Fall armor that you wear around your waist a jazz visor. Holler helmet a gospel of palade just like the arbor. I don't even understand what i'm gonna say. Nigga what lee okay. I'm just have to wait. I'm to have to buy the book. Okay hey i this is over. They get to show i just. I put him a halio jackson space on. Somebody's need like gosh spoiled me. I'm trying to figure out how to create appalled that gives a language. Maybe even get station the a set of signs that speak to an embodiment of protection. Like i talk about the body especially you know. Black folks bodies at risk. Because that's what i'm thinking about so much under so many fucking guns and boots batons all cages expedition. Just deportations all of that. And i wanted to think about protection. I wanted to continue what today's that was happening. In show which is like naming people. I love and care about a wants to hold. I was trying to think about how to write about a desire to protect them to protect us. Because it's me. Almost every piece of the armor has a kind of reverse which is to say like in the in the chance. Shield which. I wrote the week of a jewish floyd derek shovel. Burda george florida do my best in that could it in the passive in the week found digital's burger of george. I wrote this piece called chance. You and all of the chan- manifest in these coming comics speech woods at all. Come from one side of the diagram of other tests. That was basically arguing against the very notion of quality. For black and indigenous american people it was written in the eighteen hundreds and it's like the black has a harder stall the thick will hair prevented from having head trauma which is fine because they don't really use a is that kinda shit right and every balloon is a phrase. Can't stop won't stop chance. Stop all stop. The importance of remembering the comb can speak towards a desire to protect. But what do we need to materially. And i'll be moneywise but in our flesh to also protect so the poll can't stop won't stop is not going to stop being shield but it also can't stop won't stop the words that are so it's my desire for protection but also an acknowledgement that we need. More people want comes poetry and enough and enough. Well fuck a bulletproof vest enough either. Because.
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"In the context of this poem. If i think about the idea polly locality especially intention with the performed typography one of the ways. I've oftentimes imagine that performed. Typography is as overlap or simultaneity that a lot of the times. The poem lends itself towards being more of a kind of visual performance piece. When i'm thinking a lot about overseas spoken chorus or they're going to be overlapping over talking and creating tensions between Ideas from specialities opposed to like the hidden and shalgham. Since orla with show there was a point at which when i was organizing this I realized that. I didn't have the near the performance type. Combs and i felt like with all its prior. I find there's sort of gradual encroachment of the visually performance. Would i got to a certain a realized shit or have any of those kinds of homes in here it became a thing was like all right. Well now don't wanna make it look like as lables correction in the trajectory of some sort of start seating so that also became part of like the challenge of this particular man's could for me as organizing it which was what are the bones that i think Allow for a single voice. Perhaps be speaking at a time. But then that puts pressure paiva. Calvin which did disappear for me into that singles or allow space of interruption for simultaneity natick selected. A mike for chicago stands. You know it's all about interruption upheaval calories interruption. I mean i guess fire sort of visualize imagine a dark stage and you have all the players standing at two points on stage under a different spotlight and so the light comes down on this one jerk and they're speaking and then it disappears invites other character and in that way. That spotlight is both. Oh i can see talking. But there's also distortion and shadow at overexposed image at same time so this is not about like the in singular voice. It's still about this idea of. What are we expecting from the single voice right. What wants to receive a message and what we allow a single voice to do. And i think this kind of ties into poetry workshop bullshit where you know people say like. I don't believe this character would say that doesn't sound like it's in therefore register. It doesn't sound like it's in. Their dictionary was very hierarchical way of thinking about like wait. Wait what to say. So for me. The collage occurs the visual work. I was trying to see how it could affect syntax. More convention formatted comb so. I see this continuation of visual work. But it's how much of it can do in in the line of language itself. And what do i trade off a trade off. The simultaneity show was so interesting because it felt like it made me requested. I guess as a fan or like a reader of your work what your style really ones right because the performance texas so signature so signature right that like. We're talking about like the visual portfolio. There's a lot of different examples in there but there is that one style right with the arrows. And all that shit. We're like if i see that in the world i'm like that is a fucking. Doug was inspired from twenty miles. It's like oh that's cool. Unlike unlike unlike you know the rest of us like basic mother fuckers who like see some couplets gear amount. And you're like is that my problem. Oh no i thought it was mine for a second. Just got mistaken because i'm a basic But i guess my question is like four show right like what was your signature for this book. How did you know like where did you find yourself pouring in you. I think i focused on property. I was thinking so much. About how many accented syllables that putting in a row. I was using bat in a vocal registered. That wasn't necessarily by persona. Based i feel closer to the first person perspective of the voice of the paul and i feel like i'm really trying to work out the president in a way that will propel the lines in a different sort of way and again like if i had to say what my were. My funk is what i'm trying to shit. It's like how been stressed syllables. Can i in a row and a person still be able to read it. I'll without having to do what. I think lewis turco calls devote a syllable from being stressed to slightly unstressed. And that's a me. I'd scott couple drum machine because just tab tap snare de clap right like in my first book which i think is into a lot of The beauty of them is it sort of like collecting up stuff for years depended by putting sauvage ever. Interestingly enough show was a very civil project in that. I didn't anticipate writing show were way. I anticipated writing the defunct manuscript up. Actors not real people. Which is what i thought was going to be the next book and from doing that. Setting up that book setting up his table of contents and then realizing how wanna write the rest of homes mix for work Interested in that more that led to digging back in.
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"The rope measure in border between out in what desires entwined dave Say black woman cuts peaches down. A paring knife will do the trick orchard to house a booming taxonomic. Do systems are frictions. That flimflam is liquids they upbraid skin in some systems skins are tenor vehicles elsewhere. In out and abrasion. Let's lo knocking at a door. Means a master. Mr some doorways kinda clear. Their throats from over brigham faster systems. Are what your steady. Do louvred shutters. That the light a mechanism for how outside outside or inside it. Well christ gal is hottest down some windows kinda roll. There is cut azalea smell. Read as heat systems are will squealing. Would hinge arnold. That gentle rattle slaps a trimble means a breeze in say a master's misters room. Black wedged clipped finches. Shrill in brass laddis a bowl peaches set down fast as the door swung clinton said something called a passage out to a corridor. Then a kitchen. There's a pitcher. What sweats out. What was in it. Some kitchens kinda slit their skins. What was in them. Come undone systems are when the say black woman cut appearing knife will do vin drop the stems entangled jutting out. The kitchen been some houses kind of suck their teeth. The pitcher pours in a cup fluid base so stupid finches. Azaleas rendered pets. Decor for those. For whom some systems are maintained. Lazy a paring knife will and what are you doing. Calls of finches the walls foot that read as the bowl full of peaches pell-mell while the breezes cooling sweetness how dare you how dare you. Just leave us on a dash nigger speaking. How dare you just. And i'll say this honestly light a no that you all have gone out of your way to say kind things about me and my work so i feel the right kind of accountability. There's a thing. I talk about a lot vic about a lot which is debt but a sort of pre-capitalist debt. Like what does it mean to feel like. You owe something to somebody. And how does that create a kind of intimacy relationship like with his say that what they say in the nineties i gotta represent And so i hope that y'all know how much Your attention to my work in thinking about my work actually provides me with tail. That's huge to hear from you. Doug and that means a lot. We were just talking about The first time that i met you what year was that was like twenty thirteen bed and we were like i mean even baby earlier than we are now and It was like dark noise. Collective retreat okay. Well thank you but At a dark noise to retreat in l. a. and. I think that nate marshall just emailed you and said like we request an audience. I told us email. And we're like what weird way of asking the fuck. This is not going to beat us now. I don't think any of new new at that point though. And you're like okay. yeah. I'll come over to your airbnb and hang out with you. Six not those kids and you know. Have you let you cook for me. In a year like dried fish tacos that you made it was fried catfish yet yet. Vanessa was doing a fresh fish fry so much so that when they came to visit the house in saint paul. I felt compelled to fish bar. You did to a fish fry an you introduce me to garlic hot sauce. Yes that was a melissa. And i got to read one of your daughters comics. Yes yes those a great day. I remember that they found the but for any. Yeah we there are things. There are things from that dinner conversation that you said that are but like i remember to this day unlike art have some have shaped my writing and my teaching and i think that like the generosity that you showed an moment has really stuck with me. So it's like extra special to to get to talk to you. Thank you so much. But i have a question Since you were talking about debt. I would love. I will love to go. Walk us into The debt that the palm os to yona where it is herb fluent on the poem am interested in this book. Because i do feel like you know once again. You're like troubling a lot of the violences that happened to us upon us. Even some of the viruses that we do. But there's also a lot of like loving call outs to family like folks in your life And so yeah like. How do you locate like such a loving relationship or make it four someone even though the poll might still hurt. you know. that poem doesn't always feel good right. You're yelling fuck. You're yelling that right So what does it mean to you. Know extend upon them. Maybe as a pain toward someone who you hold. Dear asked a question. I think for me why that is opponent for yona is the process of revising. That poem owes a real debt to the way we talk to each other not yelling but the way we sort of analyze not only poetics but human relations dynamics in that sense. That's been a normal thirty year program and it started off. As opposed for a series of poems is writing call a natural history of inequality all based on this list of characteristics that fred moton identified in an essay. Those poems change significantly over time is when i return to this. Early draft is very different. From what the final draft in being. I was talking to yona a lot of bow. How to hold the space of that analytical almost theoretical language while still setting it in the realm of something that feels lyric. I began to think about the kind of person who yona is. You'll we'll take till she don't and so to me. Black woman character in this poll is from the universes at your harvey creates and and that to me is what made it for her. Wow that's a really beautiful. I mean i love like love and poets so long and deep that your poems inhabit the space spaces that they made. Wow i wanted to ask about you. Know on the subject of like the voices that have influenced your work and have led your work Your poems are known for having this longstanding interest in in like a multiplicity voices and like paul evoke -ality and i. Yeah i you know. The that's like one of the most striking things about the poem that you read like. Can you talk a little bit about the interplay of voices and how you kind of see them. Interacting and being woven.
"kearney" Discussed on VS
"She's perfect she's beautiful. She looked like linda gregor thin. It's for any choy. And they're writing a poem. After maya angelou called still i ride the dick dennis smith and you're listening versus the podcasts. Were poets confront the ideas that moved them. And we're we disrespect to our elders and our teachers where we burn bridges with living people. Take it as a compliment undergraduate as flies fuck you could grow into a very nice. Linda gregson aesthetic. You have glasses. You have the short hair. You have everything. Yeah that'd be thrilling to and you know and my angelou was a woman of many trades And i am a faggot. Who has many. I would've were i would have worked in my angelou's little little brothel back in the tech is i would i would you know. Do i'd have been her best. How are you today. Well how okay with. That is interesting is how you doing pretty good. Yeah packing for my first time on a plane since the corona making. Sure that i'm gonna be cute but also making sure that like you know we will be left. Both like medically and spiritually protected as we make our way. That is a good point. 'cause like one can wear mask in order to protect oneself from the viral threats of the world but what what does one where to protect oneself from the spiritual threats of the world. What's your go to sort of like armor like spirit armor. When you're walking around in the world. I mean i carry a couple of stalin's with me you know psychotherapy Some warlords courts. Always people a love and a little clarity near me You know we keep amnesties you know. Let's say amnesty no matha too cold amnesia and these yeast and now osama amethyst that okay it is purdie and it make my spirit feel good. I think one thing that can like really adore. You like your rituals right. And so like i feel like mornings are really sacred time for me just getting up and like you know reading the little bit writing a little bit time to pray are usually talks like my mom bursting in the morning. I'm not christian. Whatever but i do. I like i say something to like god in the universe and all that in the morning just like you know about the day just like you know my hope for the world and i feel like that is like thing that can keep me center that i you know an armor that i can put on myself first hour of the day and after that i can just like walk into it. Yeah how about you. What you yourself like. Masking parole What are you army yourself with these day. What's the pure l. For the spirit. Chicken doodo perot for the phone You know. I like a stone in the home but if i put it in my pocket then it'll just be in the pocket it'll be in the washing machine. I'll have leave a trail of crystals like fucking hansel and gretel franson gretel frenzel and fred. Okay But i would say that any combination of like eyebrows and like a hat like a dad like one of my one of my four five dad hats. I think that if i have those. I'm good i can like you. Know negotiated deal i. Can mike talk to a person a stranger. Yeah i feel like i can do anything. I have those. I've literally seen this transformation in youtube like snail just like a slug wrapped in a blanket and then put on browse dad hat. And i'm like let's go by car ready for the day like i know it's sacred time. It's like let any finish her. Goddamn so that we will get better. Results will win the slab. Okay i mean these things are so they seem so fake in some ways right but are obviously have mike real results like these these rituals and Bits of armor that we crashed or adorn ourselves with it matters. It actually does do thing to protect us Whether it's like a placebo effect or not you know and we are really excited to share with you all this conversation with the one only douglas curreny A poet who we have loved for many years for many But he talks about what it means to kind of like craft- protection spells with his poems. And how that sort of a different direction in some ways from the work that he has been doing in the past his work is completely one of a kind and also deeply interdependent with a community of writers and thinkers And so we are so excited to share this conversation with doug kearney who is one of the geniuses truly of our time douglas tierney has published seven collections including show from wave books in two thousand twenty two bucks studies from fence books in two thousand sixteen winner of the theodore rookie memorial poetry award the c. l. impede firecracker award for poetry and the california book award silver medallist in poetry. Carney is a two thousand. Twenty one recipient of opera america's campbell opera librettist prize created generously. funded by librettist. Lyricist mark campbell. His operas include suction more dake crescent city sweetland and comment a commissioned by the american modern opera company he has received a whiting writer's award a foundation for contemporary arts side tomboy award for poetry residencies and fellowships from conham. The russian bird foundation and others born in brooklyn and raised in alta dena california currently teaches creative writing at the university of minnesota twin cities in lives in saint paul with his family family. He lived in my hood. Y'all where i grew up so You know. I messed with Literally like our poetry uncle father. We are so excited to bring you this interview with the luminary Genius douglas kenney. Who will start us off with one of his incredible palms. This is a poem called i. She cuts the stands and it was written for your harvey. Who is one of my first teachers in poetry and one of my dearest friends so this is a problem for her systems. Are the end of a rope and.
Manoah helps Blue Jays top Rays 4-2, maintain wild-card spot
"I'll be no earned his seventh win in lower discreetly junior his twenty first home run of the season is to try to blue jays defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty two but now improve to three one this season against Tampa Bay by allowing two runs on five hits in six innings striking out seven but walking six I pride myself on never being in an easy push over or you know this get to this guy really helpful I'm constantly gonna fight I'm counseling it give my team a chance grill solo shot in the fifth off restarted Rasputin gives him twenty nine RBI in the month of September one shy of the franchise record set by Kelly Gruber in nineteen ninety the loss drops Tampa bay's leading the American League east to six games over Boston while the Bluejays staff half game ahead of New York for the final wild card Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Candelario and Garneau Homer, Tigers Beat Rays 4-3
"Was a uranium earned his fourth win in chamber Candelario hit a sixteen home runs the Detroit Tigers defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty three candle areas three run blast off rays starter Ryan Yarbrough came in the top of the first inning and catcher Dustin Garneau added a solo shot his fifth of the year an inning later Garneau credits his teammates on being able to bounce back from Friday's collapse to take the game feels like the game last night hurts more than I get blown out because you're there playoff teams and the way we responded it was awesome tweets we want to see your in your followed a three inning scheduled start for tark's Google by allowing just two hits while pitching into the seventh the tiger snap a two game skid while Tampa bay's leading the American League east and now down to seven and a half games over Boston Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Rays Beat Tigers 5-2, Extend AL East Lead to 8 1/2 Games
"Dietrich Enns earned his second win in Mike Zunino it is thirty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Detroit Tigers five to two ends to go over for opener Lewis head in the second and allowed a run on three hits in four innings of work Sununu's two run blast off reliever drew Carlton in the six give the race a five one lead when extends the rays leading the American League east eight and a half games over idle Toronto in Boston and trims the magic number to win the division to a Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays
"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Rays Win 9th in Row; Red Sox Star Bogaerts Tests Positive
"Ryan Yarborough earned his eighth win in reindeer rose a rain hit his eighteenth home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Boston Red Sox eight to five arose arena solo Homer in the bottom of the second off red Sox starter Brad peacock tied the game at one apiece Tampa Bay took the lead an inning later thanks to a six run third Yarborough allowed two runs on five hits in six innings of work the rays hold the best record in the American League in eighty four and forty eight and now lead the red Sox in the American League east by ten games Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Franco, AL East-Leading Rays Win 8th in Row, Top Red Sox 6-1
"Luis Patino earned his fourth win in Brandon Lau his thirty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Boston Red Sox six to one Lau's home run off Nick Pivetta led off the bottom of the first inning giving the rays a lead they never relinquished the second baseman on the importance of getting the lead early in a big series like this one any time we faced these guys are the Yankees or anything like that you know it's it's a picture you sent to come out early and you know give us a little bit of transport some Christian the let him go and do what he does this was huge the team allowed just one run on a solo Homer by Bobby Dalbec while pitching into the sixth Tampa Bay has now won eight straight and are thirty five games over five hundred for the first time in franchise history Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Rays Rout White Sox 9-0, Take 2 of 3 in Series; Archer Hurt
"On some medicine Francisco Mejia each drove in three and five Tampa Bay rays pitchers combined to throw seven eight shutout blanking the Chicago White Sox nine nothing meadows give Tampa Bay the lead with an RBI single in the first offered although Lopez on his bases clearing double in the sixth offers a Ruiz doubled the lead from three nothing to six nothing Chris archer came off the injured list to make his first start since April tenth but left after just two innings did hip tightness I thought it was just smart smart is to just you know take a little breather leave it to innings and you know with these upcoming off days I should help space things out to where I can be all right you know towards day six or seven Tampa Bay is now an American league best twenty nine games over five hundred on the season Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Anderson Delivers 2 Key Hits, White Sox Beat Rays 7-5 in 11
"Tim Anderson solo Homer in the ninth the raised five four deficit is RBI single in the top of the eleventh broke the tie leading the Chicago White Sox two seven five win over the Tampa Bay rays Anderson finished with three hits on the night and also reach on one of Tampa bay's three errors on the evening welcome home party reneging already but you're not ready to play and you know ready to discuss how to get a win and you know how you seem to not from you know from from we can always in his solo Homer off reliever chichi shop while led off the ninth after the race scored three times in the bottom of the eighth off Craig Kimbrel and Aaron bummer to take the lead the wind is the white Sox six win in their last seven games at Tropicana field dating back to the twenty eighteen season and also snaps the race four game winning streak Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Is John Milius the Most Influential Modern Filmmaker in America Today?
"The way to the students. I thought i wanna talk to amanda against lover. She's a patriot. she's a good gal. Should i mention her. Dad again. Is it imbalances. Has she fed up. don't they know i don't. I'm not fed up by gets it was read on day the other day red door because the something years that yeah. It's true it's true. She gave his signed poster. Red dawn guys signed by. John milius himself and i wanna talk about him just for a little bit. Why because i was awake slate. My wife was traveling three. Am so what what comes up on my youtube feed. The documentary called millions. And i thought is this going to be a hit job. Because he's the off onto hebrew of hollywood. he's a conservative. he's a patriot. Is this going to be you. Know a lamb basking of this man's record. I tell you. I don't know who made it and i texted you off to midnight. And yeah they're really good guys. And i always allow him and his movies. But even i as a film fan didn't realize just how many things he touched. Which are seminal not just as directed but you know when when he rewrites the uss minneapolis seen from joe's. Where when he fixes sean. Kearney says i'm not gonna do right. Oh tober unless john milius writes some speeches for me and that's how they get him the hunt for red auto. But i want to say right here right now. I think i think your founder john milius is perhaps the most influential modern filmmaker. We have in america
Phillips Races for Inside-the-Park HR, Rays Rout O's 9-2
"Josh Fleming descent winning Brandon Lau homered twice leading the Tampa Bay rays to a nine to win over the Baltimore Orioles Fleming who followed opener column accused two perfect innings allowed just a pair of runs on six hits while nearly getting the race through the eighth last home runs in the fifth authorial starter Matt Harvey in the sixth off reliever Paul fry were two of five on the evening by Tampa Bay including an inside the park Homer by Brett Phillips the win snaps the race two game skid and extends their lead in the American League east at three and a half game ahead of idle Boston Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick
"I think dr voucher held a briefing over the weekend that the virus does not touch sophisticated. Democrats the virus only gets floridians. The ruben that like ron disentis. That's been the virus touches. Actually said that on cnn. I know that'll shock you. That it was cnn or new york times reporter her name. Is annie something. But i think her name to be karen karen carney. We're going to call. her name. is annie kearney. She's a reporter. She's actually the white house correspondent. She's a very big deal at the new york times and she did some reporting. She's he didn't some journalism journalism along. Martha's vineyard you see because it seems a little strange. I want to ask my progressive friends. You're so worried about masks and mandates and forcing teachers to get vaccinated hired somebody on the radio this morning. Driving into work say well of course the teachers need to be vaccinated if they don't get vaccinated they're going to get sick with cova so now we're being told that if you're unvaccinated you will get sick. You will get sick. It's a foregone conclusion. I didn't know that that was news to me. I guess that was more important. Non misinformation non-vaccinated teachers are going to get covert unless perhaps your sophisticated.
Rays Beat Mariners 4-3 to Avoid Season Series Sweep
"Josh Fleming earned his ninth win in Mike Zunino hit his twenty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Seattle Mariners forty three Fleming allowed a pair of runs on five hits in five innings of work striking out six the left hander talked about finally getting a win over Seattle you know guys are joking in the clubhouse like no one no one's sweet season sweeps us you know I might not make it one one seriously but they don't do it again so it was just nice nice to get the win going into the off day and going into a long road trip Rainier's ranges two run triple off mariners starter Logan Gilbert in third turn around an early one nothing deficit gave Tampa Bay the lead for good within you know solo shot the six off reliever drew Steckenrider proving to be the eventual winning run the win allows Tampa Bay to stay alone in first place in the American League east C. Kearney St Petersburg
Montgomery Stops 8-Start Winless Streak, Yanks Top Rays 4-3
"Jordan Montgomery earned his fourth win in Ryan lamarre hit his second home run as New York Yankees defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty three Montgomery scattered five hits and three walks in five innings of work your click three nothing in the six when Brandon Lau brought the race back to within a run with a two run shot his twenty second the year but Lamar solo Homer in the eighth off reliever Jeffrey springs gave New York the insurance run they beat the Yankees improved to five games over five hundred well Tampa Bay is now lost two straight following its five game winning streak Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71
"Guess this is this is partly personal. But I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who is interested in this story. So I'll share it with my fellow fans of rock music. And especially back when I was really, you know, getting into it back in the seventies. And I've been I've been a radio listener as a kid from Cali. I can't remember 56 years old, uh, listen to a lot of great music of big fan of top 40 radio back in the late sixties. The Motown sound. Then, as we got in the early seventies, I got my little transistor radio and got into more of the Beatles. The Eagles as they came on in the mid late seventies, especially but also, uh, Kearney and wings and triumph and yellow yellow was probably one of my favorites. But this band also held the spot. The band's Kansas. You probably remember this song dust in the wind, Give a listen to this violent solar. Really quick man who did that Robby Steinhardt. The original violinist for Kansas, Also, a co lead vocalists actually sings Believe vocal on this song as well. Backup vocal Well, we lost Robbie over the weekend, he died from acute pancreatitis. The founding member of the band and a rarity. I mean, a violin player in a rock band. How did that all come about? My parents asked me to play the violin, I guess made me play as of island would be more accurate. I was the first chair in my high school orchestra. My junior high school orchestra in my grade school orchestra. Remember when Philly heart call me and he said, I heard you play and I wanted to find out if you wanted to get together and form a band. I remember being in Lawrence, Kansas and seeing him playing and singing, and I just thought that is a guy that I need to be in a band with. I've never seen anybody else like that guy. I've never heard anybody play like that guy and I've never heard anybody sing that way, Robbie said. Do you guys have a tape? So I sent him a reel to reel and he called back. He said. Awesome. I'm in that piece Audio from the documentary Kansas Miracles out of nowhere. Robby Steinhardt was unusual. He played the violin. Yeah, we have fiddle players. But this guy was a true classical violin player in a rock band and just totally helped to, you know to to forge a new sound, of course. As we mentioned dust in the wind, but carry on my wayward son, another favorite of theirs that I love playing the game tonight like that one as well point of no return. So the list goes on and on just some great music. Romney Robby Steinhardt dead at the age of 71 from pancreatitis, So it's a little sad news there for you, and I'm like I say, partly personal. I wanted to put that on the air, but I'm sure that I'm not the only one Alan checking in with me saying Thank you. You're welcome, Ellen. I just Couldn't let let that go by
"kearney" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"But but there's even been some some silver linings and there's even been some positive outcomes. There's been more family time. There's been more meals at home together. There's you know. I know from for myself in in my family that there. There's absolutely been some silver linings to to some of this. Well there's also been some very very hard and challenging things But for some families this this also might be Beautiful silver linings. That come from just an awful situation. It's all kind of in the presentation and being open and honest with your kids. Absolutely all right. So what would you say to a parent that is struggling in terms of How their child is reacting. I mean i had seen some really terrifying stories early. On in which very young children were regressing not in not only in terms of their Educational skills they were you know. Perhaps they had learned their letters and their numbers and throughout the pandemic again that those skills started to diminish and many parents might be at a loss what the best route is to help their kids and to help their kids not only survive but thrive. What are your suggestions. Yeah i think so. You're right we've we've seen Multiple outcomes right. we've seen maybe some regression we've seen increase in behavior challenges on the phone so much We've seen parents who are just hall so tired and i get it because going back and forth from virtual learning to in person to also being a time employees and a and a mom and dad and whatever that might mean for some of these families I think one of the big messages. That i just wanted to share. Is that if you're a parent who's feeling tired or a apparent that's feeling run down or apparently feeling like gosh. I don't know what i'm doing that you are not alone. And that feeling is totally normal. And it's absolutely okay There are so many supports that that north range has That we can offer families who are just in a in a season of struggle And so i. I would just say to you to reach out the older dodge. It takes a village. It is also true it really takes a village to raise your little one and and that's okay. It's okay to reach out. Ask for support Increase your social networks and and look in your community who can kind of help in this season Nurseries can absolutely help. How do we get in touch with you. So we are. we've we've got a couple of different campuses. We've got Greeley campus And then we've also got Early childhood services that are in the southern part of weld county. So kind of the firestone frederick fort lupton area And you can just call our intake wine Which should i give the number. It's nine seven. Oh three four. Seven twenty one twenty and you just share with them that you'd like to get your family in for Or your your little one in for therapy services. We always kit within the context of a care giving relationship so Because we know that kids don't exist in a vacuum. There's no such thing as just a child right. There's a child and someone so Reach out and let us support you. Amanda kearney early childhood mental specialists at north range behavioral health and a timely reminder. Amanda that it's okay not to be ok and if you find yourself in that situation or any of your loved ones as well. It's important to take care of your kids but also your inner child in addition to that and bolster all those relationships. Amanda thank you so much for your time your insights morning. Absolutely happy to be here. Thank you gail take good care. Eight nineteen now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice this time check sponsored by candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown. We're an absolutely amazing hilarious. Uplifting production of shrek the musical take center stage through august. Twenty second miss performance for tickets and show information. Just go online visit. Colorado candlelight dot com candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown broadway in your backyard. Well the whole sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten kfi k. P. miss any portion of mornings with gail go to thirteen ten k..
Lowe Go-Ahead HBP, Rays Win; Angels’ Ohtani Homers Again
"Five Tampa Bay rays pitchers combined to throw five header in Austin meadows had three hits and drove in a pair to help the rays defeat the Los Angeles angels forty three eagles jumped out to a two nothing first inning lead thanks to solo homers by showing a tiny his twenty fourth Anthony ran down his fifth but Tampa Bay countered with three runs in the bottom of the first including a two run single by meadows presser Spahn you know like like we did especially the first inning you know beyond that you'll get right back at it and you know put some runs on the board was huge Brandon Lau drove in the game winning run by getting hit by a Steve Cishek pitch in the seventh with the bases loaded the rays have won three straight while the angels have dropped four row and R. O. one five against Tampa Bay this season Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Odor Snaps Late Tie With 1st Hit as Yankee, NY Tops Rays 8-4
"Redondo doors RBI single in the top of the tenth inning broke a four four tie and help the New York Yankees defeat the Tampa Bay rays eight to four G. O. R. shell had four hits on the afternoon including his first Homer finishing a triple shy of the cycle the Yankees third baseman said he knew he was due for a big game I feel that same way feeling like more constable on the plate I had the database always found is getting like really really close Tampa bay's offense came on two run homers by Mike Zunino when the second and rainy arose arena and the third Tampa Bay has now lost twice this season when leading after seven innings after going twenty five no in twenty twenty Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5
"Rich hill earned his first win of the year in Tampa bay's hitters pounded out thirteen hits as the rays defeated the New York Yankees ten to five hill allowed four runs all in the third inning on four hits in six innings of work striking out seven the left hander credited his efficiency along with the defense behind him all those things working in cohesion with each other and and being able to you know we have short half innings out there on the defense and but those guys back in the box for us to hit makes it makes for a good game Joey Lendl's two run double in the bottom of the third off Nick Nelson gave Tampa Bay the lead for good in the rays added four more runs in the fourth Steve Kearney St Petersburg
"kearney" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"I'm an educated man. Either but i can't even figure out my garage door at a minimum. You know so anybody who can do that clearly. You are grading on a much higher intellect level than i will ever achieve that we have been ignoring not ignoring. We've we've run out of time several times last over the last three or four weeks to get the emails. And i do wanna get some emails tonight from listeners here to make sure we're an during these questions. This will be i if we can get to both of these. The first two To packer in the chat will enjoy this being He being a big chargers fan bill in columbus ohio writes your bulky and feral now that pep hamilton heading out of los angeles. How likely is a sophomore slump from justin. Herbert and twenty twenty one. That could potentially trickle down so the rest of the chargers off you two are the best. That is bill in columbus ohio there. I don't know how you feel about this. Because i i i've i've read a lot of stuff i've heard a lot of stuff. People praising what pep hamilton did for justice herbert in his rookie year. He is no longer there. they they have Joe lombardi over. What were your feelings on herbert. This year's is he still going to have a pretty successful season. Or should you be drafting him and some other chargers blue players. listen call. who know dr. Put caution side and draft draft justin with with great expectations as it'd be difficult for you to shoot past rookie numbers. But he'll threaten those numbers with any luck. You can go beyond on tap hamilton. I really think is on the run from the law. If you look at it he never unpacked suitcase. That man has has moved to more teams. So we he came there. You know shift for like a short short period of time. So who's coming in and shane day's going to be a quarterback coordinator last time he did. That jimmy g. Took the forty niners to the super bowl He works jimmy g. that year. So that's a pretty good situation and then the. Oc comes in from new orleans. I've been waiting for him to have this kind of chance for years That's joe lombardi. You know in based on where you are bulky lombard a pretty good name if you're gonna be in football so you know. I think we just bought lombardi is a good name. If you wanna be in football good name if you want to be in northeast wisconsin because there's never been a lombardi that has waited for one minute for a dining room table in any restaurant. There's never been a lombardia that's ever been given a traffic ticket up here. It's it's absolutely insane. And that is the last name you definitely want to have although holmgren and off far rogers they're all right up there as well as far as great. Let s names to have here..
The History Of Kayfabe
"Earned. Modern professional wrestling began back in the early twentieth century. When carnivals would put on catch wrestling exhibitions this was real wrestling. The competitors were actually wrestling with each other and there would be prize money to the winner. The wrestlers would often competing against locals. Who would win a prize. If they could defeat the carnival strongman so they really did have to know how to wrestle and fight. Unfortunately many of the competitive matches were really boring the bouts rough and nothing more than wrestling holds. Which could last for over an hour watching grown men grab each other for. That long really wasn't that entertaining. The whole point of carnival wrestling wasn't terrestrial it was to make money. Eventually the promoters figure out they could sell more tickets if they made the matches more interesting and that is how started the word k. Fame but self comes from kearney. Talk which is a pig. Latin type of language which was spoken by carnival workers k. Fehb just means fake. As the carnivals began predetermining the winners of fights it was a shortstop to adopting the tropes which were used in all good dramas good versus evil heroic comebacks treachery and betrayal. All of those became part of professional wrestling in order to put on a better show and sell tickets. However at no point did they ever say that the performance was predetermined people had to think they were watching illegitimate competition. So a bad guy and a good guy couldn't be seen together before or after a show the head to commit to their characters all the time. This is the primary difference that separates k. fehb from acting actors perform role and. Everyone knows that they're watching performance in k. Fehb the performer is living the role even when they're not performing and they're trying to convince the audience that israel for decades keeping cafe was the single biggest rule in professional wrestling. It was the wrestling equivalent to magicians not. Divulging the secrets. The primary care mechanism was having baby faces which were the good guys in heels which were the bad guys. The bad guys had to be bad guys all the time. If they were asked for autographs by fans at an airport they would often refuse to sign an insult. The fans just to keep k fehb when wrestlers travelled between cities heels and faces would often have to travel in separate cars and stay in different rooms. Just to keep k fehb. They would even have different locker rooms backstage. Occasionally they would screw up. Wrestlers would get in big trouble if they broke k. Fehb in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The iron sheik. Who was a heel was traveling with. Hacksaw jim duggan. Who has a face. They were both pulled over and arrested for possession of marijuana and cocaine when the arrests made the news to cause controversy. Because these two guys were supposed to be enemies yet. They were traveling with each other on rare occasions. A wrestler may go off script and try to really injure another performer. Any sort of predetermined match or storyline is called a work in wrestling circles. And something which is real or off script is called a shoot in two thousand and four for example. The wwe was running a reality show where the contestants compete to become professional wrestlers. One of the contestants was daniel putter. Who is a real life. Mma fighter on an episode of monday night raw wrestler. Kurt angle issued a challenge for one of the contestants to come out and fight him. According to the script putter was supposed to come out and quickly lose however he decided to actually fight for real on live. Tv when angle wasn't expecting it. Putter tried to put england submission hold instead of losing however kurt angle is a real life olympic gold medalist in amateur wrestling and would have none of it. Technically fehb died in professional wrestling in nineteen eighty nine. When vince mcmahon the owner of the then. Wwf testified before the new jersey state legislature that wrestling was scripted in the matches predetermined this was done in order to avoid being taxed and regulated. Like a real sport today in professional wrestling cave is pretty much dead the. Wwe hosts our own documentaries where wrestlers talked out of character and will often break cafe within their own shows however as cafe has died in professional wrestling it seemingly has taken off in other parts of our culture one of the best examples would be mohammed ali yes that mohammed ali to be sure. All of his boxing matches were real and he was one of the greatest boxers in history however the persona. he created of the arrogant loud rhyming. Fighter was total k. fehb he recalled in a nineteen sixty nine associated press interview about a chance encounter with professional wrestler gorgeous george in nineteen sixty one in las vegas. He said quote. I got it from seeing gorgeous. George russell in las vegas. I saw his aides spraying deodorant and opponents corner to contain the smell. I also saw thirteen thousand full seats. I talked with gorgeous for about five minutes after the match and started being a big mouth and a brighter. He told me people would come to see me. Get beat others would come to see me. When i'd get coming and going and quote alley began creating poems about how pretty was and how ugly. His opponents were his interviews with sportscasters. Like howard cosell. Legendary gorgeous georgia's prediction was absolutely true. Love him or hate him. You couldn't ignore. mohammed. Ali
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"The song. So I was like you should hire a model I literally said that and I was like to hire a model on stage. 'cause they initially wanted me to be naked the music video like with a naked body suit with like the dance like you could hire a model to play those two notes I was like I'll do it if I can play some Solos. and. See asking you show. Whether we're talking to happen and Kearney said, yes, she was so freaking supportive. Oh my God, she's such.
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"R. Kearney and Gerry McNamara eight six six nine to run at this first opportunity I've got ahead I just went on the website now I will analyze a bit coming up during the break and while some comments on it on the Johns Hopkins got a corona virus research center and the entire map it's the first time I've had a chance to to to do it by the way massive testing in the United States now going on as you know we are going to send our love and thousand by the way in some areas of the country there are people that got test you know does some of the testing results don't come back for five days yeah actually that happened to a friend of mine she was they they she wasn't presumptive positive she went on on Friday but they told her you need to go home and and self quarantine and she did and her tests came back and she was presumptive positive then it goes to the CDC I'm the only guy and I haven't seen this person I haven't seen I've been up close with this person and and several months of last year sometime I've not longer I'm but it it was surprising because it was like yeah the test will come back for like four days and I thought wow I didn't know it it took that long and I read that by this weekend we should be able to be testing was what was it seventy five was it with was a seventeen or seventy five thousand forgot one was maybe seventeen thousand per day yeah I was right was still a huge number get seventeen thousand per day we we should be right in the United States apparently in the last eight days we've tested more than South Korea did in eight weeks wow as read that and you know south Korea's of looking at it right now okay you have those still there sort of you know there's sort of a level here at the moment it seems like they've reached their peak and that's why we've heard the discussion that in in fourteen days we may see this you and I talked about it yesterday man south Korea's I think on their thirty third day of it and you can definitely see that their curve has start started a fly ball has flattened right yeah if you look at sexy has flattened and actually went down a little bit yesterday well and and so that was that's thirty three days the United States is now one day nineteen well here's what's interesting so I'm at world Dominators dot info which in part gets their information from Johns Hopkins right so in in the period reporting here in the update there were only four additional deaths in the U. S. total now I don't know what that if that's twenty four hour period or eight hour period or how often this is updated I'll have to double check that because that would be a positive sign is it the death rate is slowed greatly yes I got shot I I'll be back with you if I only had a date the only state was it was California that reported for this no deaths but again I have to find out how often they update this because before they were only updating once a day okay because that has to be a couple of hours because I thought we had a couple of hundred over the last twenty four hours yeah well in New York along I mean if your your Cologne right now souring.
"kearney" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Know I wouldn't have been listening to it at the time it came out because I was four but if I had listened to it when I was a kid. I think ah I probably would have gotten into it too nowadays. The music that I listen to is like musical soundtracks because I like something that you can Dan sing along to you know. I like to sing in the shower. I do like musical soundtracks as well. I do listen to occasional sweeney todd uh-huh soundtrack. That's the only thing alison to have some weird bands that I tend to listen sure yeah I have my specific tastes but in terms of genre I guess musicals are the thing that I tend toward and there are elements of that in this you know like the melodies kind of feel at times like musical theater melodies and also one thing that makes it feel accessible to well. I don't think Adam dirt's is a very good singer and so it gives you this feeling that like yeah I could sing this. Could maybe sing it better than him. So that's kind of fun so I will say my wife and Eye Randy Randy. Sometimes she'll take my car and we do it to your husband. Yeah no and it's I have you know radio stations programmed in and on serious on satellite radio. There's here's lithium which is a nineties alternative and rock station but there's also a station called on Broadway and so whenever I get in the car her after she's taken it. I turn on instantly on Broadway. I like Swipe on the screen to get back to fucking lithium nineties music so we do have this same dichotomy that if you know Stephen and I live together. It would be the same thing we still good. I wouldn't let you drive my car. I wouldn't ask ask all right. What did you think of counting crows so what would be a ten to compare it to at the age of and fourteen what were each of you listening to so. I was really really listening to the doors and I was really really listening to Queen. Probably listen a lot to specifically the wall album by pink floyd. I was listening to the WHO and the band and and probably around that time is probably when the American idiot album came out the Green Bay and that that is one of those type with albums for me that has very specific sense memory because my dad was working in Florida at the time and we went down there for the holidays to stay there while he was working and I brought that album and I brought a train live album and those were the only two things that I had to listen chain live. Sorry train is a band to oh. I thought it was just sounds of trench. Drain is a sappy rock band. They are probably somewhat in the same vein. I see them going on tour with counting. That's part of why I would probably go for them. Can I just to digress for one second. I have a good train story not talking about the band. Are you talking to the vehicle not the vehicle so my mom since I'm into like classic rock and things like that every once in a while. She'll like right me taxed late. Hey Elvis Costello's on tour. Do you WanNa go see him or something so she grow mom. You went to see the Bruce springsteen Broadway. Show with your mom share a lot of every time I've seen Bruce springsteen. I take her beautiful. I it is very beautiful. Issue Fan of atoms. I do distinctly remember listening to long. December with her also reminds Sasha's not asking you if she's a fan of just Adam dressy like his I don't know if she could pick them the lineup actually even with that hair but anyway she is semi attacks and was like hey train is coming to the Hollywood bowl. Do you want me to get tickets. You're era this. This was probably like three or four years ago and I you know I don't really like them but I was like but you know she's into them and so so I was like it was about to start raising your child for you exactly so I just wrote back like yeah sure sounds like fun and I think she said the thing like I found some cheap tickets or something so I was like yeah. Whatever like we'll have a nice night together but for some reason she took that as like I was a big fan so then like for the next couple weeks she bring it up constantly? She'd like hey do you. Revenue train album like what does it sound like a good and like was talking to me like constantly about the band trained but I didn't have the heart to tell her oh. I don't really lies this when she was just he's. GonNa find out yeah. This is the only have to live in the last ten minutes basically randy or your mom. I love how you guys think that my family supports parts anything creative than I do but no I could totally see train being on the same bill as counting crows so yeah you would probably like them Steven. Please don't rate them for me. I'll do that my fucking self but I'm actually curious. Stephen to start with you because the train is closer to counting crows than say queen or the doors with me then. We're is trained for you on that ten scale so here's the thing I listened to that train. Live album trays is becoming trained podcast. I listen to that album dozens of times on that trip because again it was one of the two of them but I never pursued train outside of that context onto. I didn't get any other train albums. They're not like one of my faves. You know they're not on my list but that's why I wanNA see where trainer's not being familiar with train per se just curious whereas training like where would I rate trainee out on a ten point scale from the perspective now or as that fourteen years I think now so that we can compared to your perspective of counting crows today at five okay and then ten would be the who the who the band and John Williams Okay where is counting crows on that scale for you. Stephen Counting Crows. I'll put them in a six. I put him in a sense then train. I like it. I think I would have gotten more into the counting crows than I did. Train had I listened to it at the time and and like a a you know. These songs are pretty catchy. Look I knew nothing about music theory so I can't tell you anything about like the musicality of assigned or anything like that but it does seem a musical theater so you have more connection to music than say I do. I I can imitate notes that someone else does good enough close enough so yeah. It seems like there's some interesting stuff going on there. You know it's not like sondheim level musical magic but I six six seems like the right place for me because I don't think they're actively bad. That's comforting. They're not actively bad. They might be passively bad so I would say a that. If the doors is a ten for me so you right now as Sasha filer the adult the doors is turn to you. I mean it's not my favorite band today but I'm just trying to look at the bands that I listen to at the time. I'M GONNA see looking back at pink floyd that I listened to when I was a kid I would say now that that's Tan and I really loved it so he works for both my younger and current versions and Queen Queen would be like an eight or nine because there's some songs that I don't love but most of them I do but I'm going to stay. The counting crows would be a generous four from from me. Wow Generous for Jenner's four because I wanted to say three but then I was like I'll give it a four. Did you decide to do it a four after I gave it a six. No after Shannon's is again I try to grab onto a song would they did for you with with liking the melodies and really connected hook sort of melody. I did not find working for me and I'm often a tenth time listener to to like a band like often fall in love with a song right away like it takes time like I'm a slow lover music. I just didn't really immediately connect to almost any songs. There was a reasonable four days one song that way but I felt like again. There's other bands very similar look. Rei Cam that I would connect emotionally to their songs much faster. Your experience is valid. Thank you for that Sean. It's time for you due to rate the counting crows. I want you to give your honest reaction but also keep in mind if it's not a strongly positive rating. I'm going to be very upset. Then this podcast cast will be deleted yes. This is the whole point of the show. I will open by saying. Just give me an estimate. How long is this going to be ten minutes. I can. I agree with Stephen that if somebody said to me like they're a six. I'd go like okay like to a two person. That doesn't have the history that I do with them. Then installed installed associated. I think six maybe a fair unbiased opinion unburdened from the cultural context of people bill making fun of atoms dirt's hair for the last twenty five years yeah whereas I'd say if I look at bands that I love now and I hold in high regards as like my nines and tens would obviously be obviously be Bruce springsteen lead zinc even that I like now like the brothers Jason is bell or people like that that I'd probably put up pretty high wilco similar to the genre of music the band like now a very different so yeah I would say that the more I thought about it the more I could you know there were a little more twangy a little more country a little bit especially now. I feel like there's so many synthesized. I eased instruments. I love which I hate and so just alone like you can toss out like half of music. I really don't like drum. Machines means or keyboard sounding keyboards. I like four piece rock bands think of like I don't know Tame Impala. I honestly have maybe heard one tame impala and and was like okay what about Beach House really never heard a beach house literally the bands that I automatically connect with when I hear them what about when Netco Bowling League going to Becky for me. I'd Say I counting crows at like. I want to say between seven and eight. I felt like when you said that. Come on like what what band you fucking love. I'd go Bruce Springsteen. I've seen him ten times. I I feel like a lot of people like Bruce springsteen and a lot of people like him more than I do. Every time I go to a show and I'm talking to somebody and I'm like I've seen him ten times and I'm like that's crazy now. I've talked someone who's like. Oh so this is my tenth time this tour where I feel like counting. Crows is something where you don't get a lot of people go on like I am a big fan of these guys. It's kind of like Oh yeah that Mr Mr Jones son so I think there is something maybe more personal.
"kearney" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Farther south than ever go. Did you fall in love with counting crows from seeing their videos from listening to music. I so I do you remember. The I saw I heard Mr Jones was the first song I heard I really like. I was pretty young though so in ninety three I think I was ten. No I was nine nine so I was nine years old but my had an aunt who was probably eight years older now. She's probably like ten or fifteen years older than me but she was still younger. She's in her twenties and she was way into them and I heard them with her and I remember her like distinctly giving me a tape of them that she had just kind kind of recorded off of a CD and that she's not in this room but she is alive good because it feels like it's very important person created this opinion you know of disband connection between but I wouldn't so I really liked that song but I didn't get the album until like years later later that would be August and everything after which is their first record which people unread it seemed to love mostly and then especially they like to two abbreviated now. Sasha did you go to specifically counting crows sub read it I did. I did my research. That's generally how no I approach things. Here's what happened. I listened to a bunch of songs and youtube and I watched the videos yes sean told us though is in the three albums their first three the first three which are the when you just said August and everything after recovering the satellites which I really enjoyed and then the one that hooked me on them visit desert which is we're hanging around. ooh..
"kearney" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"That's underrated and underappreciated joining us today. He is a game designer. He worked at Disney. EA and I've been told to say that he also next on varying Gordon he has his own iphone puzzle game that he designed and created all by himself called zero sum that I am in and he's also a writer who co created and wrote. This isn't working a web series. ABC Television Digital Vision which may or may not exist it doesn't it does not exist anymore but I think is strongest credit and the one that he should be most proud of and probably should have included in by that he provided us is that he's a member of the IMPROV team direct to video which Stephen and I are on as well yeah. I did forget Shawn Ernie. Welcome Sean. How are you today feeling a little guilty to be honest you should I really did forget it was in the back of my head because as you never got paid for being UNIMPROVED team. You don't WanNA mention it in your bio. Oh I didn't get paid for half the things you met him socially. If you ever gotten paid for doing Improv Nope nope proud to say I have never been paid for that. I only do it out of love. What about you Stephen Yeah. I don't think so I think he would have remembered if you were on. I'm like a shoot. Maybe I've improvised while we count that I've improvised when I had to say why I was absent urine editing being a reality show for three hours because I went to Yoga or an Improv practice and then I came back true. I improvise work all the time anyway back to our guest Sean Kearney Yeah. What are you doing today. Why are you here. I heard there was free. We'd this May or may not be true. Although we are proudly a sober and clean the second yep we don't do drugs right now sean. What are we talking about today. Hey suppose suppose that tiding about the Band counting crows.
"kearney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Kearney with you this morning more from Kearney and her guests outside the houses of parliament. Let's take you to Australia now. And the Australian cardinal George Pell has begun a six year jail term today for sexually abusing two boys. George Pell who was once the Vatican treasurer is the highest ranking Catholic priest worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses, Vivian Waller solicitor of one of the teenagers. Read out a statement on behalf of her client outside the court in Melbourne. Brandini? Down. Winchester? Return? Knowledge. As a child. Well, that was the statement of one of the the victims. Of course, that cannot be named reg by his lawyer his solicitor earlier, I spoke to Lisa Flynn who represented the father of the other of cardinal pals victims who died before seeing his abuser. Brought to Justice. She was in court as the sentencing was announced very serious samba atmosphere. I think that there was certainly a realization that today was a historic moment as one of the world's most senior Catholic leaders was sentenced to jail for child sexual abuse offenses. So that was a very packed courtroom. There was another courtroom penned. And there was a reminder at the start that this was a court of law that it was a very serious. And I think everyone treated it as such I was sitting next to our client. He is the father of one of tells victims deceased big Jim, and it was a clearly a very emotional day for him. What was it like for the father for your clients being in that same room with cardinal George Powell knowing what he's done to his son, and knowing that he was going to be sentenced extremely hard and extremely emotional day. A client when I met him. He had already slipped a couple of hours last night as he was so anxious about today. I think that it takes has taken a lot of courage for our client to be today in the in in the same courtroom is tell the sentencing remarks off the judge which were at times, very difficult. So at least into and I think that like any survivor of of child sexual abuse. That does come. Forward that does report what happened to them and their families. It takes an extreme of Cari, what was your client's reaction to the sentence. In some ways bittersweet, certainly take some comfort from the fact that the trade off the crimes against his son has been convicted of the crimes and has been sentenced to a period of imprisonment. So in some ways, he has been held accountable. But also that was I certainly a feeling of sadness and also somewhat disappointed in the sentence. That was handed to cardinal Pell and nice feelings arise from went out. Client compares what he's son went through as a result of the abuse. And the fact that client son's life tragically ended when he was only thirty one we should have been the prime if he's alive. So he did not feel it was enough. I think that a client has expressed that he would have preferred a sentence. But so tell in jail for the rest of his life. Whereas there is the possibility that cardinal Pell will be released back into the community after a few years. So in that respect he was disappointed. I understand that cardinal Pell plans to appeal as well. And we got a a reaction from the other victim, obviously who hasn't been named. And he said is that the conviction itself in the sentenced is being overshadowed for him by plans of appeal. Yes. And this is something that's on our clients mind as well. So the appeal is thinking he's head however client as it stands cardinal. Pell has been convicted by jury of twelve independent people that did find him guilty of these charges that he was convicted he has now been sentenced, it's certainly something that he. He understands the legal system, and that that cardinal has the right to the appeal, and he he will I guess crossed that barrier. When when and if it happens Lisa Flynn there a lawyer who represented the father of one of cardinal Pels victims. You're listening to Newsday on the BBC World Service. A reminder of one of our headlines, California is imposing an indefinite moratorium on the death penalty as a result a quarter of all those awaiting capital punishment in the United States will get a reprieve more. Of course on the other top story at British members of parliament voting today on whether to leave the European Union without a deal after rejecting the prime minister steal more from Kearney and her guests outside the houses of parliament. Let's get some sports now with our Ross good morning. Good morning. And it's all about Cristiano Renaldo in the sport. Because the man himself said that never been a fight back like it in the history of event is a hat trick by the Portuguese forward and Cherie. Has given the Italian giants a Champions League quarter-final spot. Look very unlikely before their match the beat Athletico Madrid three nil on the nights to advance three two on aggregate at the same time. Manchester City was sharing the goals around. They had six different scores in seven nil hammering of German club shocker that is a tend to aggregate win the last two quarter-final places are decided later when buying Meena host Liverpool and Barcelona take on the on. Both of those ties are goalless from the first leg. There is a stunning trade deal on the cards in the NFL wide receiver Adele Beckham, one of the game's biggest stars is being traded by the New York Giants to the Cleveland Browns the team with the worst record in each of the previous two seasons. There have been some major shocks at the Indian Wells tennis as well to tell you about the top players in the world, the US and Australian Open champion, thy Mia soccer, and the French Open champion Simona Halep have both been knocked out of the women's draw while Philip. Kohlschreiber has knocked out the men's world number one. Novak Djokovic out many. Thanks a full sports wilt coming your way in about twenty minutes. Time business now in the US Federal Aviation authority. The FAA has said it will not suspend Boeing seven three seven max aircraft. Despite mounting pressure from senators and workers unions, Philip is on the business for us and Philip many have actually decided to suspend blowing. But not the FAA note flowing these European airlines plane crash on Sunday that killed one hundred and fifty seven people on board a wave of countries have banned the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight model from flying in their airspace. I came China they've been joined by the UK, the European Union and Australia. Greg Waldron is Asia managing editor for flight global in Singapore asked him what he made to the situation. It's very important to state that we haven't conclusively figured out what happened with the second aircraft. I mean, they have the flight data and the cockpit voice recorders. No need to be a thorough investigation on before they determine the exact cause of the crash. However, you know, the authorities, you know, maybe there are very cautious and very conservative bunch. And they will sometimes, you know, prefer to err on the side of caution rather than to take any risks. So that's I think what we're seeing right here. How bad is this for Boeing and how bad is this for the plane? It remains to be seen what the long term implications of this are for Boeing in the short term, of course, as a reputational hit. And also, you know, this is the public is very concerned about this aircraft. That's unusual when Pete for people to take such an interest in aircraft. And so that's a very difficult reputational situation for going right now. But it really depends on what the second investigation into the crash discovers and also what remedial action Boeing can take. And if that's any remedial action is necessary and how long that takes to be implemented. So we're at the beginning of a process, and it's really difficult to judge how that process is going to play out his so much depends on the investigation. And right now, there's very little information about what actually happened there. There are some people out there that are saying that this is perhaps a little bit overblown with regards to the response to this plane having problems, and they in particular point to the fact that China. Is coming out with a new rival plane. You got the komax seen nine nineteen coming out all those two things in your mind tallied together, in any way, or not China was one of the first countries to ground, the seven three seven max, my sense is that it has nothing to do with, you know, the Chinese indigenous programs. That's quite a separate issue. I will say that the CWC which is the Chinese regulator has a reputation for being extremely conservative in the manner in which it manages the industry. So from that perspective, I wasn't very surprised to see that. So I think it's just them being you know, conservative has opposed to any ulterior motive about Chinese aerospace ambitions, Greg golden, their fly global many, thanks. You're listening to news. Stay on the BBC World Service shaima in Kearney with you this morning now, some fifty people have been indicted in the United States in a multi-million dollar scam to help children at the American elite cheat their way into top universities, including. Yale Stanford and the university of Texas and southern California. The families involved are Hollywood celebrities, financiers, and fashion designers, our correspondent in California. Don Johnson told me more more than thirty families involved in this. Prosecutors say that essentially they were paying sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars in one case up to six and a half million dollars to get their kids into the best universities in America. So we're talking about Yale Stanford UCLA it really is a roll call of America's finest institutions by paying this money. The parents were able to get the kids either help with the entrance exams now the kids may not have known this. But if they didn't perform well enough in the exams this scheme, the people involved have made it possible for their answers to be upgraded. So that they passed the test and got into the universities all the other way that this worked with some kids were selected for athletic. Ix programs, which then got them into the university. Even if they weren't particularly athletically, gifted if they weren't particularly good at that particular sports, we've heard of kids who were signed up to the university rowing team. But we're not good at rolling and never actually appeared for the university rowing team. That was just another way of getting into these Ivy league institutions, and so what's a group of people run this scheme and the approach the parents and the parents participate. Yes, it sounds like this is something that's been running for quite a while. And if you have the money and the access the connections, then this is something that may have been offered we're talking here about people with serious money. Not just Hollywood actors and actresses but top business. People lawyers investment bankers the prosecutor called this list, catalogue of wealth and privilege. This is only the start today with forty or fifty people having charges laid against them and appearing in court. It sounds like this'll be a lengthy and complex case, which will take a long time. Time to actually resolve we've seen actress Felicity Huffman in court in Los Angeles. Just yesterday. She's being told that she will have to appear in court in Boston at the end of this month. She's on bail until then the other actress Lori lock in hasn't actually appeared in court hasn't had the charges read to her. So there'll be a lot of interest in this case because it does involve some big names and some serious allegations of substantial fraud, and one thing people are pointing out is that the children who were involved may not actually have been aware that this alleged fraud was being carried out on their behalf. They may have thought they actually earned the place. These universities and deserve to be there. What happens to them next is another question. Our correspondent in LA. Dan Johnson there..