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"samuel wilder" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"samuel wilder" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Education and incarceration and all of those issues of poverty. I support TNT. Not as a leader of any group but because it might lift a hundred hundred Hawaiian scholars every year for the next ten years. That's a hundred Hawaiian families. That's an opportunity that can't be missed if TNT is not built what then must we do. We are the nine the future to anyone who it does not think and act like a certain group or segment of our committee. And that's just not fair. That's that that's against Hawaiian values one of which is Kinda Kinda is to share equally. I I celebrate gala and and Hanks right to worship portion in the in the way they feel is correct but that belief cannot be used in the die. Anybody else's that's where I draw the line. Respect from onto Kayla is consistent with modern astronomy in James. How do you feel about the the current agreement? Now where it's a halt till Pretty much till the end of February pretty much the same as I felt about this process so far the truth is it's not about accommodation or compromise the truth is this about delay. The primary strategy of any protests against TNT is to delay if you delay long enough You deny the projects and so even after litigating this for a decade and losing Supreme Bring Court level. We're still using the same arguments. When Europeans were afraid to leave the side of the land we navigate it with the stars? You can draw direct line line between Hawaiian Star allegation PMT In James Anything else you feel is missing in this conversation. Go ahead yes but those are the point and you got about a minute. Sorry about that time. Stick and go ahead sure it's PMT water gone tomorrow. Then we would have denied a enormous segment of our community. I was on a panel with Tyler cool panel. Trent coupon means excellence or proper. Or right and he's astrophysicist. Who is in a New Mexico because he doesn't have the opportunity here Kinda Silva who was in Ohio and would like to come back and practice My Lundy Neil who is in Arizona would like to come come home There are many Hawaiian voices who celebrate and practice astrophysics six and there are no left Hawaiian anyone else in our community. Follow and think too as well James I got one more many before we have to wrap things up. I'm GonNa go to our first guest killed up shooter on the line. Any final thoughts. Yeah I just wanted to point out with James Discussing. I appreciate his old but I just wanted to say that the Supreme Court fell down on on the degrade degrade Asian principle which is equivalent to sort of the rape current principal that because the mountain is already destroyed we can destroy more and that position has been rejected by Richardson. Schools Law needlepointing clinic and they've put out a primer on the very intricate problems of of that Supreme Court case. It's an anomaly. And it didn't actually take into account all of the things that we said. It basically basically just admitted that the mountain is already bad so we can do it again. The woman was raped so raping. Her again won't credit. So I I have a problem with the Supreme Court decision and when all three branches of government fail in democracy the people unless rise up and that is what they're doing and they're doing it in a couple of Aloha which helps science and all of bring back our humanity. That's what's the point in. That sound means we do need to wrap it up. Thank you to everybody for sharing. Your thoughts We scratched on the surface of this. There's more to be said the FBI WANNA share some thoughts right. Now go ahead and reach out. You can always email us poster on our website native America calling dot com. which by the way is where you can and find an archive copy of what you heard? Today thanks again to everybody. We heard from India our Samuel Wilder King the second. Kill Ya. Sudha Hank Ferguson and James Molly all okay ACA Stone Junior. And tomorrow we're going to open up the discussion again about some of the ways advocates and local governments are working to help homeless native Americans. I'm your host Harrogate Blood.

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"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"What are they doing all their six hundred traffic citations. by the Monica campsite. wow. right you go now. you tell me the percentage of the fines it'll be pay. your news radio a thirty K. treats now the interesting part number and say which. local newscast share that story. I'm on their site. and that story is in there. interesting. I'm going through again I wanna make sure I don't want to report this inaccurately I have gone through three times. looking for this story where people in the general public say that why do we have to pay for this why. it's a great question it's a good story. what I'm going through and it is not even not even a blip. one is that tell me from an editorial standpoint. I don't want this story to be disseminated. maybe ran out of wait wait hold on. hold on I don't like I said we make sure okay this is said to to all right here it is it's at the very bottom of the page. price tag for the government's response the team to protest a point three million and growing. state and county government agencies spend more than a point three not responding to the protest. White County says four point four million so far vast majority of the cost four point one million law enforcement personnel state attorney general's office and state agencies three point six million Maui police sixty eight grand Honolulu police a hundred sixty two grand. now in its eighty second day and there's no sign of a resolution. Samuel Wilder king E. more T. M. T. quoting I blame the protesters the protesters have a responsibility they created this situation they know what they are doing they are practiced at it have a need to take responsibility for it. those who called themselves protectors amount of chaos say they'll stand their ground for as long as it takes and say Hawaii taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for T. M. T. N. security. here's a quote it's crazy crazy well there you have it. the articulation is astounding this is crazy why are we doing this it's an insult to the injury. K.. White County council member mac Klein Felder. shocked by the figure Colleen there are more officers on Mauna K. the U. C. patrolling a few miles of state highway then there are the entire district of Poona which is the size of a walk and there's no public safety concerns that warrants a response of this magnitude. supporters of GMT say. one point four billion dollar project has gotten all the necessary approvals construction should be allowed to proceed. there's more state cost involved. thank you thank Greek aggregate amount of money. could that be put toward better uses shore is the continuation of astronomy in the state of voice still a worthy pursuit yes. so one of the things that's happening is there's going to be a balancing of all these needs. state representative Palade. house Majority Leader. do you make of this. five to one eighty three what is seriously. a less crowded what date is if there's any if you live but how bout a phone call. what do you say or does this mean nothing to anybody maybe this is it's gone on for eighty two days. we're on the verge of three months of this. kabuki theater. for almost three months of virtual zero. leadership. all hold on tight. five to one if you by the way coming up today at noon. are there will be a information session at the capitol. this is where you more TNT is going to be holding this. and you'll be able to go. and you'll be able to attend. and kind of at the heart of all of this. is gonna be. hi I'm a co habitation if you will of science and culture is it possible. five to one eighty three eighty three hold on hold. sorry to put it in there. Randy is out couple lay side rainy I had thank you for the call I wish you aloha thank you hello are you doing well thank you. models will will you talk about the MCAT and all that I'm gonna go all along. yeah. the daily quest of the come out. but talk about the empty everyone of them favor well the majority of them I give her up yeah eight billion bill. the only were all Moberly sure was worse demonstrators on the rest of them all right away. but yeah they left the PMP protesters continued to block the road and in people they have built up a double standard level yes. but here's the the key. here's decisiveness now America Caldwell may not enjoy a great deal of popularity right now but in this particular case yes he acted swiftly surely. without within the parameters of the authority has. and squelched it. immediately and what we have now. Waimanalo is free and open and accessible. yeah N. we have governor he gave unfortunately was not taken that tack and if he had we wouldn't be having this conversation. so I put it all it's all at the feet of governor David again I still do. and. it's it's there's no end in sight I just don't see how this will be resolved. Bonnie that. alright the buildings and telescopes up there. thank you I'm bill opinion piece processors even bill paying a structure of you know that had to be torn down a little bit later. well again the double standard or high by you can't build but we can do anything we want. you're a I the money they're Randy I'm gonna have to run I can't thank you enough for leading us off for your thoughtful call I appreciate it very very much when I go to a Louis caja Lou Louis a lot to you thanks for the call good morning. yeah I agree you Rick he was a slight non indecisiveness five characters in this thing your H. P. came down to care of business a woman all of whether it's right or wrong follow the law let itself sort it out in court which has been basically you have given this people a chance to reinforce themselves I think a lot of this has to do you know economically because of the gap between the super rich and the other people is so hard we could have been like in the nineteen thirties when you have these results everybody who'll feel that they're entitled to everything without doing the work for it is pushing for as much as they can and you can't how tall to these people because people need to work you will need to move the economy and you can't just keep protesting you can grow when you can do anything if everybody's for testing yeah very well put Louis thank you so so very much your comments and for taking the time thank you final call because we're at the bottom of the hour we go to why Manalo ace aloha to you. how you doing how's it doing good today thanks for joining us our very first thing is it's a peaceful ceremony that they're upholding over on the mountain you know what I mean it's just a gathering they're not breaking laws they're not doing. Hayes act the same first amendment ace ace. there is they are breaking the law it is has to do of course with access to the road it is an illegal act to have that shut down or are you are you aware of it DOT never actually took ownership of the road I am on a land landers stand but you have never happened you have five you have ten seconds right would have activation yeah. ten seconds to give us your final thought because it's at eight thirty I don't want to cut you off okay. I'm sure would go to save our sure which dot org and you can see they have it posted where the the city and county lied on their permit they checked the wrong box. ace gave you the last word I gotta go at eight thirty thank you I hope you'll call again we appreciate all the feedback today Downton together it's a thirty. traffic. Vince I'm AT the traffic center the Killarney and threw me Han is there's an accident that has been moved to put me Han at each level after the couple without having to white rock the right lane right across from Leonard's bakery and an accident on eight twenty songs to the triangle between limits in doesn't have access that has tried to cut each one that's at the airport if your team can one who frequently see the slowdown at the top of red hill coming in from the side of the island there's congestion at the one and only highway through.

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"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Think work is a lot of conversations that need to have but I mean I've been there should be safe you know everybody should try and coordinate with law enforcement whatever I mean do do whatever's right you know make sure everybody knows but that's what we need to do we need to talk to each other market is a better way to do doing fact finding other than what we did be alert our I would love to know but I mean they were they had witnesses and they cross examine the witnesses the cross examination is the bedrock of our legal system and our this is pretty good so I don't know what else they want to do are the protesters in the opponents in the protectors and I don't know what they want to do if there's no other way they then you can't just come down in the end and say no our religious beliefs car this in there for that at I mean they say the summary in the in the findings of fact that religious beliefs do not from the communities interests absolutely are you don't just have minority people that say I have this specific religious belief therefore I have a property right in the entire you know this entire area that is not how it works and it's not the story we need to tell about Hawaiian history one culture and the state of Wyoming the model can be shared it should be shared and telescopes of all possible things is is a wonderful way to commune with the heavens and you can do it on about a cat it's the perfect way for Medicaid to contribute to humanity that's the story I want to tell that you don't have to tell the story about Alex desecration the story I want to tell is no way it's it's honoring the mountain and honoring our people and saying you know this is absolutely fantastic war bring the smartest brightest people here at poor their resources into this and do it right and and they should okay that is about to correctly I agree with that that's absolutely correct and that's one thing that the protesters or an opponent of DMG I give them credit for real quick they got us a very good deal out of him and I think there are it's a model for any telescope that are built in the future or any telescope that replaced it absolutely how things should be done and that's only happened because people started paying attention I give them great kudos for that now we only have two minutes left okay and I think you've had an opportunity to express yes absolutely my only question to you is and you say we don't know what they want we know exactly what they want they want this project to be killed they do not want this telescope to be constructed now the one part about it is talking about desecration in their minds in the minds of many that is an outward desecration of what they consider to be a sanctuary land that is and I don't understand I don't subscribe I use the analogy recently on the program that if a telescope for to be constructed on mount Golgotha the site of Christ's crucifixion would there be an understanding that all I get it now you want to put a telescope on where Christ in this and sacred I'm only bring that up for a balance of what perhaps the protesters the protectors as they call themselves are invoking and we have just a minute let Sam go right ahead in the end it comes down to what the community wants and what the area can absorb the there's no analogy right is no proper analogy because there's actually a lot of space on Medicare Medicare is half the island of Hawaii right it's a big area there are cultural places up there and you read that finds the fact you'll see that they've accommodated for that there's places where they move the telescope from one place to another because they're saying oh no this is but is better it can be seen from the summit is not near like wow it's not gonna be in these you know these lay line view planes they they've we've addressed all of those things so it's really not analogous to anything else we're not dropping it on top of it's cross or on a church what I'm saying the issue what I'm saying though is that there is a there has to be at least an attempt to accommodate or understand what the reason is why the right there no I also get it says there are other implications even some have even said they has nothing to do with the telescope yeah it's all about the rallying point for the re invocation of a sovereign state in trying to approach and at cetera the unification of fractious native Hawaiian groups I get that but the one thing is there are those that do subscribe to that as being a sacred place I'm not trying to be dismissive of them I invoke in but I know you got to go they here's a last thing for me it's the there's the emotional upset a lot of time there's the emotional and then there's the practical or the logical in a logical part is what you alluded to the governor needs to enforce the law and I'll leave it with that with you to invite people to come and see you Thursday at eight five PM at the state capitol please come tell your story well I appreciate the time thoroughly did and we wish you all the best and will be sure and remind folks about Thursday at the capitol and we hope that we get a lot of folks out there Malik exam by now by law and that is attorney a Samuel Wilder king the second and here on news radio a thirty KV I appreciate his call appreciate the conversation and also encourage people to show up go enjoy in Sam and supporters of the team T. and the more people that show the more people that are there it will be a great exclamation point that it is not almost the singular a presentation in media that if there are a tremendous amount of people that support this project go down this Thursday five PM at the capitol eight twenty four V. aids.

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"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"samuel wilder" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"On in we have just a few minutes but if you want to have an introduction of local attorney Sam came joining us this morning Sam a lot you and good morning hello good morning thank you I'm doing great I appreciate you on such short notice taking the time to be with us today thank you for having me we have just a few minutes I want to get right to the heart of this but before we do how bout a brief introduction of yourself Sam so our friends can get to know you a little bit better well hi my name is Sami Wilder king the second which is only relevant because there's so many Sam came around my great grandfather I'm named after my great grandfather who is the governor of Hawaii and the first name why governor ironically enough and my grapple with the federal judge judge them came my my dad is also the same game he's a prominent lawyer in town so I just you know I've I've been here born and raised went to put all of that I went to you know mainland for college at Georgetown and then working abroad working internationally for awhile came back and I went to you H. law school and I kind of you know I bogus on land use law and property law in this kind of thing and then now I work in contracts and doing kind of more up then contract them some leasing stuff like that so has been around the community for after years of you know my wife is born raised here my two kids are here I'm going just like many of the people around here including a lot of the protesters on the mountain just raising kids and family here so that's that's most of the background sound bite no perfect and I connect with all of that and I appreciate all of this as well let's get right to the chase here he more T. M. T. share with us the efforts that you have underway seven regard to TNT well I want to first say were having another rally on this Thursday at five PM at the state capitol so people can come out this Thursday five PM at the state capitol I'll be great you know the media loves numbers yeah I don't think it's a numbers game necessarily I I have said this before it you know to me it's a has a deep moral issue here but the numbers are what play so if you if you got the time to come out for a little while but you know make the six o'clock news that says has the key and will be there five PM at the state capitol during a rally so that's the one thing we got going on I'm trying to work on getting people out on social media and responding to you know anybody that's out there for spreading falsehoods or the celebrity that come in that don't seem to know what's going on I was recently commenting on Leonardo DiCaprio's Instagram because he decided to quote Connie L. ng of all people which I thought was pretty shocking yeah we can get into some of the detail in a moment with our time remaining but really would love to get what is the message that you want to convey and what do you want to express with your second event at the capitol the second that is to say it's the same as the first event right it's just telling my story our story the story of the Hawaiian people and the state of why the people for a as you know increasing the future embracing the search for knowledge and sharing the Mauna sharing the culture with everybody in the world that's I said it best my op ed and I can't really say it better any other way it's there's this the next generation of kids and that's really what pushed me over the edge is watching kids you know see this and watch this the next generation is watching and learning from this right now and do we want them to learn that this this story the history of our culture and our people and our state is one of oppression and victimization and grievance or who want to learn that it's you know about courage and about the strength and courage to navigate over the stars and the confidence to share the aloha spirit with everyone in the world and the ability to embrace the future and you know move forward as one people now not just one group or one race or anything like that but is that the people moving forward and embrace anything as things and not being able to share and really tell a story of inclusion our our culture is in more laws the search for knowledge that's what we love here in a lawyer that's the point people love the story want to tell that's that's really what it's about if you believe that you want to come out and support it then you should come out and support it in the end I just don't want it to die without a fight you know what that not a flight physical fight because I love the guys on the other side to be honest I you know everyone here to learn there were and that's the thing really what's gonna come out of this in the end everyone to learn a lot about point history Hawaiian culture but now to care about the T. and T. about astronomy I think that's valuable I mean I I wonder if they want to be built if it if it's not build it you know I think I hope we all get something out of it we're learning a culture but that's the important thing is come out tell your story share what you please share your but not all and share what you want the story of a way to be and then after that we want the governor to say you know we will it's time to start enforcing the law it's time to start clearing the roads it's time to start paying attention and we got to do this right but you don't it's often have a conversation that's that's the thing and in the end it's about have a conversation with a specially with the people on the other side and with the people Floyd just to say you know this is the reason a lot of people support this and think it's a good idea we've had Sam is you know we said conversation about this for years and it has brought us to this point was a rigorous vetting which was inclusionary of components and native Hawaiian organizations the university then why am TV deal on our various state agencies like ha it appears that leading up to this point that we had vetted the conversation and now it was time for the next step as affirmed by not only the state Supreme Court but also by the governor and other entities it given that how in the world are we still at this point Sam where we have such a vigorous opposition I think the protesters at that I don't know the bottom political level realize that they that they didn't have a good argument because the cultural claims are not as strong as they think they are and then they're very often have no economic claim that we're trying to build the second part of our economy they don't really have a political claim they don't have a legal claim so they knew they were gonna lose in the end and the site and in a sense if you consider getting a you know a billion dollar telescope and all of the science and benefits and students learning losing but in the sense that they don't want the telescope they knew that the telescope was going to move forward so they've been planning this for a really long time and I think they've been getting on social media they've been going after everybody and anybody I mean the the rock showed up I don't know how hard it is to get the rock to show up to places but I imagine it's it's pretty difficult so they've been out there and he and art I'm not even clear will who they spoke to the rock had posted something on Instagram he said he spoke to people from both sides but seems like he only spoke to their second I'm calling people on the podium decide I can't figure out who we talk to but they've been planning this for a long time so they they knew that they were gonna have to do all this and then the governor also you know we in the gym moved there and then he had time to set up and so now that that set up now there's a focal point a hot point and everybody goes there and they're all those people that just went there to vacation and kind of check it out then and there some people approach the anti but they went there to see like all this is interesting so now it's becoming this socially and it looks good on on Instagram right on social media to have this camp at the bottom and everybody's dancing and speaking Hawaiian which is which is great at some level it's it's wonderful to see people connecting with the culture so that's that's a positive but I think that's where it came from it got it we do you allow you out on permitted you know I can't meant to grow and people going to pay attention to it and then it's hard to get through the the equipment move slowly and there's only one road talking with the attorney Samuel Wilder king the second one to be specific for salmon your dialed in together newsradio thirty cage VH this coming Thursday at the state capitol again for those who are pro T. M. T. it will be a very public expression first time around Sam there are those in opposition to your efforts I've heard varying reports of the interaction between both sides how would you convey that observation to us all all I had no I didn't see any negative interactions at all between the two sides I mean there are some people but I think everybody would just they wanted to talk I mean most people just want to share I mean the you know the protests and on the other side of the street we're on one side of the street there on the other was signed everybody was chatting back and forth and and waving and sharing what they what they want their story be and I thought it was fine I don't see any negative I mean some people came over to us afterwards we're talking into the rich there's one lady I was talking to and she was really concerned her biggest concern with the aquifer being polluted and you know I talked of like that's you know the first thing I was mentioning was the joint fact finding I was like you know the offer is not getting polluted so how do we want to do the drug facts lighting so that you'll believe that information and her reaction was kind of like wait what did we do what chart fact finding did we do and I was like I would describe what you have just described which is we had this process we did all this and she didn't really know which and really read about it I'm not to hurt fault or anything it's just it's it's people don't necessarily dig this stuff up which is why I keep telling people you need to Google delayed our findings of fact and conclusions of law that's the really unnecessarily long legal name became up this findings of fact and conclusions of law for the thirty meter telescope deal at our board or board of land and natural resources that is at three under fifty page document that is the second time we've done it there's another one if you want to read that one that is the joint fact finding report right we got everyone together in a room bonus and supporters everyone to cross examine every witness and everybody got to talk to them and that and the judge the hearing officer who's very respected judge and they she bowed report and said this is what I think the answer is and that's it and if you don't read the whole thing because nobody's read the whole thing because it's so long but there's bits and pieces you can pick up at the intro summary it's only two pages of taking five minutes it's a fantastic read it outlines all the you know all the points and it it it reaches the right conclusion so it's and it's invaluable like you said it's this might be one the most better projects in the history of the holy no doubt I also recall it with the usual that report that the criticism wasn't in the finance there are criticisms of judge Ricky male model and and that it wasn't even on the content yeah I don't know I can't even speak to that because I don't even understand what I mean at some point you know each somebody perfect subjects suggest a better way to do joint fact finding at all do that I mean I think I think maybe you know are but I'm happy to talk to people anywhere I mean it's six one one protester came up to me and invited me to the model so I was like wow I guess hi guys I go over there talked everybody that's fine with me I think a lot of a lot of support that he was to battle US borders didn't want to go there at the very beginning that they were they were afraid that they'd get they get hurt and I'm not I don't think that's necessary I think everybody is understanding that this is completely non violent and we're all just here to share and talk and I think supporters should feel free to go to the mount and talk to people I mean I.

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"samuel wilder" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"samuel wilder" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"And then the story is she was working in the Prussian state library translating these anti-semitic things to get to the scientists conference. And she was putting them into ancient Greek and the Gestapo foot that was code, and she said, no, but they threw her in the can any way for a week, and she sort of sweet talked her guard, and he sprung her, and then she left immediately and became a stateless person a refugee for eighteen years, the first escape the second scape really was when she then had gone to Paris and became very good friends with Walter. Benjamin. And a lot of very interesting people as people who hung out in the cafes. That was cafe society in those days anyway, talking about Marlene Dietrich Schoenberg, Maxine st- mic. Well, yeah. Well, everybody I mean in the Weimar scene. There was a place called the cafe Rummenigge where basically Billy wilder said even though when he started making money Samuel wilder. He was then from Galicia working at UFA UFA studio said even when he started making money still like to hang out at Romany because he liked to slum, and that was where everybody hung out. So that was one and then cafe society in Marseilles, when everybody was cooling their heels trying to get out of France, and the US I think shrunk the entry visa thing down to like a hundred and forty a month or something ridiculous like that. And there was a maximum Ernst and all the surrealists, and it was a a log jam of genius. And she managed to get out. And and then the third escape really. Is more of an internal psychological escape that I've sort of posited for her to deal with a lot of her own demons, one of the interesting things, you do in this is it is partly telling a story, but what you also at dealing with somebody excitement of whom lies inside that brain, and that's not very dramatic necessarily. I mean, there's lots of dramatic stuff going on around them. And I think that you fantastic. We get the robotics of thought. Particularly in early sorta very sexy bit with high together. This young brilliant lecture who speaks out notes this explosion. Jane? Jane? Yes, I mean Heidegger, although we allot has come out. And a lot was known probably at the time in the twenties when she went to Marburg head attracted really sort of a cadre of brilliant students because he was really sort of reinventing philosophy tearing it down to the floor boards. And basically saying, you know, what is is in. Oh, and this was part of the phenomenon that I sort is kind of just learned about is. I was doing the book that at least when I grew up a Germany didn't exist in America Beethoven was even American like that that that the come on. That's American come on. You know, it just wasn't a thing. And so I started looking into it. No. Yeah. There was Einstein. And although and they asked the big questions and Heidegger had around him a group of some of the best and brightest Jewish students. I mean, you had Herbert my coups. She had Hans Yoenis you had Lebanon. Was there a Leo? Straus was there and Hannah was there and he was a rockstar. You know, I hate that cliche. But you know, he's skied the class. I skied to class from a hut. I thought you said he skied vet class. Glenn skiing with the class. No. He he. But he had some he was thirty two and married a couple of kids, and he fell very very hard for Hannah, and some of those documents still exist, but I think it was this sense of people were unafraid to ask the huge questions and Hannah throughout the book. I kept saying as I was working on it. She kept giving me these gifts. Like, it was sad. I mean, her father died when she was young of syphilis in a particularly horrible type of syphilis where he had these bouts of insanity and he didn't recognize her she coped with that by teaching herself ancient Greek and starting a performance club of ancient Greek tragedies when she was like fourteen as as one will do so I was fascinated by this character. So the intellectual excitement and the physical excitement of the, you know, the roaring twenties or whatever came together for me. And I think. You know, she was a sensual person. And I'm not just talking about in the sort of sexual way..

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