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"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Dole is celebrating its one hundred anniversary the crucible of deprivation and famine Ireland has emerged as confident and ascendant nation on the forefront of innovation in modern global economy today, the emerald isle is firmly a world leader in green technologies in the clean economy. Even pioneering nethon to harness the tide of the great sees that break along Ireland's legendary coast, your leadership continues to be offensive in a world threatened by the climate crisis recognizing that our future prosperity depends on bold action. For sustainability. But we know those of us know that Ireland and United States must do better. And we must do more. And we can do it together. It is challenge that we must all meet together with the fierce urgency demands. This is a public health issue a decision for clean air and clean. Water is an economic issue for creating good green jobs of future and way that will create opportunity and reduce income inequality in our society is security decision to keep us safe Weaver in guard before we came here and the generals. They're told us that climate is a national security issue throughout the world in terms of challenges that it creates and it is immoral decisions to believe as I do that this is God's creation, then we have a moral responsibility to be good stewards. And even if you don't hear that view. We all know that we have a moral responsibility. To future generations to hand is planet over in a responsible way. So I hope that we can work together in very special way because Ireland is big enough to be impactful small enough to be agile and aren't educated entrepreneurial to show the world smart growth. We can learn a lot from you. As president Kennedy said he said, the supreme reality of our time is our indivisibility as children of God, and our common vulnerability on this plant, the beauty of Irish innovation and Irish thinking has long stretched around the globe. You probably know that there's serious recognition that the Irish have a way with words. It's been said by the as a matter of fact. Produce the world for the world. Some of the greatest writers of poetry and prose the English language has ever known. William Butler Yeats would redefined poetry James. Joyce would redefine the novel. Samuel Beckett would redefine theater. She miss Haney would win Nobel prize for his own lyricism. And introduce us. I love this one to one of our oldest English text.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The sun the moon. I know that Aries is involved here. And as I said earlier, it's just interesting how you know a five hundred year old quad trained from no stood dominates seems to fit. And that is it was I reported that when you when you look at all the things that have been happening all of the. The fires the the problems they all begin on Aries earthquakes the nineteen th quick capping on April fifteenth. I believe Titanic, of course, Hitler go down the list of all these things that that happened on that date. It says here quad train a one five one the head of Aries Jupiter and Saturn got eternal what changes can be expected. That means big changes are coming following along century. We just finished the twenty twentieth century. We're now long into the next decade or the twenty twenty twenties. It says here following along century evil will return France. And Italy, what emotions will you undergo? And of course, the French church coming down. I'm sure a affected Italy. Because of course, the Romans, and then the and the Roman Catholic church eight just seems to me that we're in the middle of something some sort of a signal that something big is going down. When you say Ryan. Clyde and remember also in revelation twelve a great sign appeared in heaven woman clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. That is Europa. The European Union is not. Yes, it is. That's that's why that's why they created the European Union star cluster. It was to be the the the coronal the crown of the woman that scene in the heavens, the crown of ISIS. The crowd of berry crown of Ichitaro Easter Istar coming up. It's just some weird stuff happening out of Steed in Texas. High speed you're on with Ryan Gable? Yeah. Hey, CLYDE before. I get to the main point. I told your screener. I wanted to talk about let me just contribute to your express sense of numerous import by referring to William Butler Yeats in the second coming. Maybe you're familiar with that. And of course, Carl Jung's essay on the abomination of desolation because in a sense, that's kind of what you're describing here UN, Ryan and. Kind of set the tone for for what I want to contribute to packing. All the symbolism with is in the in several dos bills. Ask him after a sermon about the end of the days when they asked what all these signs being he told him the parable, which is kind of spiritual corollary to follow the money. And he told them where the voters are whether voters are dad there, you will find the body and you and Ryan both made copious references to Notre Dom being the courts the body. I mean, there's been a lot of anatomical connotation share. But what what I really want to get to is whether or not events are the the results of moral agency or not they are definitely as you have have kind of expressed the the. The agency of spiritual of forces, which I would kind of say from a hermetic standpoint or in accordance with the axiom of as above so below and as called your pointed out quite a deadly. We have long been in the age of the abomination desolate what we're seeing now are the spiritual the manifest that material manifestation of the candidate of the end times because if you're paying attention to the geopolitical seen what we've got going on now is we're reaching the point of no return with the Middle East. Which declaring moving the American embassy to Israel to resume and Benjamin Netanyahu's express it and express desire to to and the Golan Heights. Which is anybody would bring knows will be the point of no return to any diplomatic peaceful solution to the Middle East complex conflict. Fun. The final final note. I want to contribute to packing here is I'm glad Ryan mentioned malay- and that we're speaking about the area symbolism. It was good. So it's some of Prince Philip's wit written charges against as that he was leading a group of a Kabul of loose affair or illuminate worshiping of a ram headed. Of course, you know, who is. And didn't know was he martyred? They're not dumb. But the the the fact was that part of the charges were Austin simply that he was leading the Kabul beneath the sub terrain in any subterranean wears beneath involement states. Yeah. Saying that thank you so much for saying that I was gonna say Solomon stables were used for the crusades crusades?.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I can't tell you how much William Butler Yeats had an effect on my life. My father was a poet and writer and died. Really, right. When I turned eight, but he expressed that to me, I have all these books. I knew how important it was to its thrill for me to be here and sly go and be sitting with Damian Brennan, and you've got to check them out at the experience, and we're gonna give you the address and all that kind of stuff. But thank you so much for joining us into the lovely talk. We had here just moments ago, and you're fantastic. Poetry reading of some of his poems. It's fun to have a passion for your county and fear fear face. And then to have that matched with work words, and to have to be able to bring the two together to people who may never heard V8.'s, many of your listeners of her too. Why not? Know ranks there. And comes at it left her with Robert frost and only in time because the actually stands at graces poll of his age and the significance of Yates when he was the wive was recognized, obviously because of the Nobel prize, etc. And was he did he walk down the streets of l'aigle was a revered person. Once he had it that status. Well by the time he hit. That's now his his interests have moved to Keith park in the Galway airy overlay t Gregory is great meant are lived. What what is actually true is? When body was repacked created he nineteen thirty nine. The friends and his body was buried to their only after the war and the hold of Saigal in nineteen forty eight which was a very poor less that left advocation place today the whole place down and they did walking and walked out to Trump Kip Turkey arteries, buried about five six miles outside the sound life magazine. And a whole series of focused on those and mocha's pushing bogeys in the rain out behind this month because they did recognize a great Hugh laws and his contribution to Saigon. I mean, of course, there's so many directions you could go when when you talk about his poetry. But for you personally because you were such an authority on it. If you are deep in.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I can't tell you how much William Butler Yeats had an effect on my life. My father was a poet and writer and died. Really, right. When I turned eight, but he expressed that to me, I have all his books. I knew how important it was to thrill for me to be here and fly and be sitting with Jamie and Brennan. And you gotta check them out at the experience, and we're gonna give you the address and all that kind of stuff. But thank you so much for joining us into the lovely talk. We had here just moments ago in in your fantastic poetry, reading of some of his poems is great fun to have a passion for your county and fear fear face, and then to have that matched with work works and to have to be able to bring the two together tooth people may never heard many of your listeners of her to eighteen eighteen s foot. You know ranks. And comes at it left her well twits trust and only in time because the actually stands houses, the bet Grace's polish of his age and significance of Yates when he was the why was recognized obviously because of the Nobel prize, etc. And was he did he down the streets of sly goal was revered person. Once you get hit that status. The tummy hit. That's his his interests have moved to park in the Galway area. Over naked, Gregory has great meant are lived push. But is actually true is pundits body was repack creations. He nineteen thirty nine. How's the premise and his body was buried their only after the war and the whole nineteen forty eight which was very poor less that blessed education place today. The whole town chills down and bake did walking and walked out to Trump kiss church arteries, berries is about five six outside. Sounds life magazine. A whole series of cops on this and does milkers fishing bookies in the rain out behind this month because they did recognize a great laws and his contribution to stike. I mean, of course, there's so many directions you could go when when you talk about his poetry. But for you personally because you were such an authority on it. You are deep in the knowledge of his life. His influences except for what is your what's your favorite? My favorite poll is willing to burbs on he after being walking out on Sunday off Canadian Bolton Dublin, and it the great love of his life malt. He he she said at the end of the day at me pulled for steak he has years again from Mary guest gunships type Knowles, and he ruled quite birds and just the very beginning of it is I would that were mypillow fish by birds the foam of the scene. Tired of the famous Demisch here before is conveyed and the flame of the blues twice. Thanks little edge there. So you talk about nod for the people listening, you mentioned the great love of his life that he did not marry because she didn't want to marry her lifeless amount. Coach. Paris newspaper editor Camilla with whom she had to George ties on two years of age eighty two years after she met gates. She HUD, two years after George sizes and shifts daughter east soft unease page of two major roles as grandfatherly figure in life. Wow. And so and again that goes to the fact that he has such. Fitch love for her. And and you mentioned this that so many of his poems really reflected that love life all of those poaching, which stands compare to love sonnets of Shakespeare all of trees, only, always and forever from when mellowed. Moat and unexpectedly became a conflict and marriage bound coach on Mike and the marriage was disaster Easter nineteen sixteen here refers to Dr conveyance glorious was done. Great harm to some four near my heart and within a year as had his marriage end just before they had a son Culshaw like, right? And and also went on his window, but price for peace, not not for literature and and close plan at much remains country. Even those separations and ask ourselves considering second marriage in nineteen sixteen. Sean McBride was unlikely leader of the nineteen sixteen foot pricing until the first week of may that here is execution. I part on the first week of that year nineteen sixteen fetches tomorrow gone has. The south of France, not not not law. We do. City with the Tokyo four times already. I'm not marrying you then permission, which is all gets weird to e salted expense the year in the half way. Just twenty two year old. He's forty but then when he find any realizes she's not going to marry him, and he is desperate to marry. Can afford to be married. He's very very concerned to find heirs to these V8.'s behind as had Cadbury's never had eight. So this was falling on him to keep the name going this work. And then he. He and at two I'm married lady charging bites lease and he focused free of pursue. Wow. Fascinating. We could talk about his personality. And and and of course, work in his influence view mentioned this ready. His big mentor in life was women who had. Massive influence that would say over him lady, Gregory. Yeah. He mentions AC Ninety-Eight pined. He was staying at the house of the Lord in the south of. Marfan? Clouds for teeth over the course of this back summer at they conceived, the initial science which in turn became the IV t shirt and in December of nineteen hundred four the first happy state is push on Indiana classroom and some of distance gates, and the tea is still. Department lady, Gregory, he was school in stay was her home facts nineteenth. Shoes away, those shoes she wasn't ever gets you with them. But she was a DT friends are seeing nurses, get hurled age thirty-one, and he and he nursed her to cancer, and and breaking Mr. how about the influence besides his mentor. His influences.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And when you're running long distances anything for me anything over ten miles. I wanna stop like there's a part of me that wants to stop. And just continuing to go is an exercising of the you know is an exercise of the will and Nietzsche thought that we come to know ourselves through those sort of moments. So that sort of is a quick answer your question. Yeah. Is it also while you're there? It sounds like you were having some mental health issue. I mean, there was a moment. You're on the cliffs, you stare down over cliff, and you're thinking what if I could jump? I think everyone's done that at some point where you know, you're driving on coming traffic with just swerved. But do you think something else was going on? What do you think you were kinda descending into the abyss with while you were hiking with Nietzsche? I mean when Nietzsche's says to you, you must have the strength to ask forbidden questions. He's also saying like the most forbidden question is the question. Why why bother doing anything why bother getting up in the morning why? And when he's strips. I mean when he's strips traditional answers away from you that why can be very scary. So for example, if my minister, or if my rabbi, or if my mother or father are no longer the guiding forces of my life than what is I mean, KOMO who sort of inherits the existential mantle from Nietzsche, KOMO writing a minute. The the nineteen forties says there is but one serious philosophical question. And that is suicide he doesn't mean to bum. You out is just saying to you. What's the point of life is life worth living? And I think coming up with really good answers to that question is difficult earliest it was for me. Sometimes it still has. No. Yeah. I think everyone has that has had those moments where they're like laying in bed at night. And like what what am I doing? What what what am? I like this just like a what what the heck am I doing? And I think that Nietzsche allows you to voice those concerns, which is good. But it can. Also, be very disturbing. Now. You might ask yourself. Why is it good? I think the row is better on this. He says I don't want to get to the end of my life. And discover that I haven't lived, and I think that that the scariest part of death is getting to the end and discovering that you haven't lived and one of the hardest parts is to get to the end. And then look back and think oh my God. What was I doing with all of my time? I didn't have that much of it mandate. I squander it. And I think Nietzsche wakes us up when he asks us to ask forbidden questions. He's trying to wake us up to help us of that, you know, that end of life, right? Well, another thing he came up with sort of a thought experiment to get you thinking about that as eternal return. Yeah. That's right. And so he says to you. He says imagine that in your loneliest of loan. Lease a demon comes to you and says that this moment this very moment. And all things you will have to. Live over not once not twice, but an infinite number of times. And then he asks the demon asks would this idea crush you? Or would it elevate your soul and most of the time? I think it crushes us the idea that I'd have to redo this moment again, exactly the same way. An infinite number of times is terrifying. Think about all the time. You're stuck in traffic or all the time that you're you know, in a bad relationship, you'd have to live that over infinitely so Nietzsche's asking us to own up to life with a type of radical responsibility. In other words, can you live your life as William Butler Yeats says and do it all again live and play it again like play it again Sam? And I think that that's a challenge that many of us would do well to sort of face up to then y'all start about you'd mentioned earlier more Foty like this love of fate that kind of walks hand in hand with that idea as well. Yeah. So I mean for for a long period of time..

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Edition of the show. Not to be confused with barreling our way through the show that's only on Tuesdays that we barrel. But on Tuesdays we barrel harder than anybody else. Today. We work our way through the Wednesday show yesterday. We got ourselves a new governor governor Jared police sworn in on the steps the state capitol and. I did not watch any of the festivities. I was not there in than I I have to rely on the. Reviews of others who may have been more up to date, or you mean, you didn't hear the poem. I did not. But I was I was getting to that. Apparently. There was a poem. Yes. By a poet named. Anne waldman. Who is the loopy school in boulder neuropathy, and she's also by the way, I did not know that the poetry school at the Roper had been started by Allen Ginsberg. Yes. And Anne Waldman. They were they teamed up to start that. So she runs so she actually has him appear in his quoted in her poem. Excellent fantastic. So you've got that going for ya. Anyway. She did a poem yesterday. Not entirely well received. Dave, I'd like you to maybe talk about let me see how can I characterize it? The worst poem. I've ever heard. You're you're pretty classy. I valley. I valid. I. So. Country. I like I like Robert frost William Butler Yeats. But I didn't like hers, and it made me think about the worst poems in history, not only on earth, but in the universe, and it made me think of hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Yes. Louis Adams, and in the beginning of it as earth is about to be destroyed and two survivors. Are on the spaceship, which is a vogue on spaceship Valence, the alien species called bogans whose main characteristic is they recite the worst poetry in the universe. And anyway, the Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy explains they can do a better job than I can focus on poetry.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On ninety three point nine FM. And coming up on morning edition. The Eurasia group is issued. It's global risk analysis for twenty nineteen and the outlook. Not good. What's scary? Is it just about everything that could be trending badly in the world of geopolitics is. But the report also says most of the threats are not urgent while a closer. Look at this coming up next hour. Chilly twenty-five degrees right now in New York. Increasing cloudiness today with a high near thirty five degrees would feel colder with the wind wins from the north from five to eleven miles per hour. We do have a chance of rain and sleet late tonight. And then rain is likely tomorrow. Twenty-five degrees. Fair skies in New York. It's seven fifty one. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Noel king. Good morning, California. Governor Jerry Brown finishes his term today. He's always liked reeling off Latin quotes, and obscure literary and historical. References Ben Adler of capital public radio has a reporter's notebook of some of Brown's more memorable quips during his final. Go round has governor you might expect a drop in entertainment value when a movie star leaves the governor's office, the Jerry Brown took California politics from Arnold Schwarzenegger's. I'll be back to Latin. I've often used the phrase from Thomas Hobbes bellum own counter openness of the only country that was Brown quoting a seventeenth century English philosopher during his state budget update in may twenty eleven back when California face to twenty seven billion dollar deficit. He was urging Republicans to strike a deal that would let voters decide whether to extend expiring tax increases. Otherwise, he translated war of all against all. It will be everyone will return to their corner, and devise strategies on what California does there was no deal. So later that year after signing a budget with automatic cuts, if state revenues came in below projections Brown, again turned to Latin there's a very simple I wanted to invoke a Latin phrase here, Nimmo dot non Holiday Inn means no main gives what he does not have the state cannot give what it does not have friend would also sprinkle in little quips. When speaking off the cuff, for example, in September of twenty eleven as he was slogging through hundreds of bills on his desk. Every human problem law a statement, he sometimes echoed in his veto messages, which themselves were often quite entertaining. And last month at the Sacramento Press Club, he put forth, perhaps the most Jerry Brown quote ever. Not big news. As for literary and historical references, you'd be hard pressed to top the twenty the Brown weaved into his twenty thirteen state of the state address. For example, Oliver Wendell Holmes Genesis than the lean cows it up the fact cows quiz bits William Butler Yeats the principle of subsidiarity little engine that could and it his 2017 state of the state. Let me end in the immortal words of Woody Guthrie Brown quoted Guthrie's progressive folk anthem. This land is your land as he urged states still reeling from President Trump's election to respond with courage, and perseverance. Nobody living can never make me turn back. This land was made for you. And me Joe foreign is not turning back. Not.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Alison Stewart host of all of it on WNYC, the daily live show at the intersection of culture, and the culture on the next all of it. The author of the viral piece a love story on his newest article titled lost a love story. A seventy six year old widows journey following the death of her husband of forty seven years. We'll talk to her and author and Goldman plus performances and conversations from German baritone Benjamin, apple all of it. Because it new on WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm king. Good morning, California. Governor Jerry Brown finishes his term today. He's always liked reeling off Latin quotes, and obscure literary and historical references, then Adler of capital public radio has a reporter's notebook of some of Brown's more memorable quips during his final. Go round has governor you might expect a drop in entertainment value when a movie star leaves the governor's office, the Jerry Brown took California politics from Arnold Schwarzenegger's. I'll be back to Latin. I've often used the phrase from Thomas Hobbes bellum Ona's contra openness of the only country that was Brown quoting a seventeenth century English philosopher during his state budget update in may twenty eleven back when California faced to twenty seven billion dollar deficit. He was urging Republicans to strike a deal that would let voters decide whether to extend expire. During tax increases, otherwise he translated of all against all. It will be everyone will return to their corner, and devise strategies on what California does there was no deal. So later that year after signing a budget with automatic cuts, if state revenues came in below projections Brown, again turned to Latin there's a very simple I wanted to invoke a Latin phrase here Nimmo dot non habit in means. No main gives what he does not have the state cannot give what it does not have would also sprinkle in little quips. When speaking off the cuff, for example, in September of twenty eleven as he was slogging through hundreds of bills on his desk. Every human problem needs a law a statement, he sometimes echoed in his veto messages, which themselves were often quite entertaining. And last month at the Sacramento Press Club, he put forth, perhaps the most Jerry Brown quote ever. News here to enlighten me. As for literary and historical references, you'd be hard pressed to top the twenty the Brown weaved into his twenty thirteen state of the state address, for example, Oliver Wendell Holmes Genesis, then the lean cows it up the fact cows quiz bits William Butler Yeats the principle of subsidiarity little engine that could and his 2017 state of the state. Let me end in the immortal words of Woody Guthrie Brown quoted Guthrie's progressive folk anthem. This land is your land as he urged a state still reeling from President Trump's election to respond with courage, and perseverance. Nobody living can never make me turn back. This land was made for you. And me Joe is not turning back. Not.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Was a leader. And he knew it. My hope is that in remembering the life of George Herbert Walker Bush and in honoring his accomplishments, we will see that we are really praising what is best about our nation the nation. He dearly love, and whose values he embodied. There is more to say than time permits and any way when measured against the eloquence of George Bush's character and life are words are very inadequate. And so I conclude these remarked with his words. Written some years ago to his old tennis, buddy. We've known each other a long time. He wrote to me we have shared joy and sadness and time has indeed gone swiftly by now at races on even faster. And that makes me treasure even more this line of William Butler Yeats about where man's glory begins. Any ends namely with friends. My glory is I have you as such a friend to which I reply on behalf of his friends here today across America and throughout the world. We rejoice Mr President that you are safely tucked in now. And through the ages were God's loving arms around you because our glory George was to have had you as our president. And that's your friend..

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"He he was a leader. And he knew it. My hope is that in remembering the life of George Herbert Walker Bush and in honoring his accomplishments. We will say that we are really praising what is best about our nation the nation. He dearly love, and whose values he embodied. There is more to say than time permits in any way when measured against the eloquent, Sir, George Bush's character and life are words are very inadequate. And so I can clued these remarks with his words. Written some years ago as old tennis, buddy. We've known each other a long time. He wrote to me we have shared joy and sadness and time has indeed gone swiftly by now at races on even faster. And that makes me treasure even more this line of William Butler Yeats about where man's glory begins any namely with friends. My glory is I had you as such a friend to which I reply on behalf of his friends here today across America. And throughout the world. We rejoiced Mr President that you are safely tucked in now. And through the ages were God's loving arms around you. Because George Worcester have had our president, and as such your friend. James Baker former secretary of state and White House chief of staff for George H W Bush live at Saint Martin's episcopal church in Houston..

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"First and then sit back, but since the intercept revealed the allegation, which quickly snowballed into absurd theatre in the following day's according to daily wire article in my hands. She said she felt she needed to come forward. Joining us now, our DC correspondent host of the Langar cast is our good friend Andrew linger. Good morning. Is there any part of you Andrew Langer that kind of goes, you know, what let's just go ahead and not make Cavanaugh the pick. And just let Trump go to his long lengthy list of conservative potential nominees and just bring somebody else forward. I mean there there is a possibility. I just I guess for me. I I keep coming back to this. Which is. We run a real danger in United States of you know, as we let this kind of these kinds of antics continue of really heading a dangerous precedent, which the best and brightest. Are completely turned off by the notion of getting involved with the highest levels of public service. Not not not that this is you know, poetry Monday. But William Butler Yeats very famous Irish poet wrote a poem called the second coming, and there's a standard that always stands out to me, which is the best lack all conviction while the worst are filled with passionate intensity. And this is this is where we are. I mean, why would anybody of any character excuse me, go through this? You know, if you know at the last moment, someone can raise these allegations. And again, what gets me guys to some folks last week and the allegations against the allegations get up and this resonates with with your listeners, especially in what universe does a thirty five year old allegation potentially derail the supreme court nomination while Keith Ellison gets to sit as a member of congress and gets to remain the candidate for attorney general in Minnesota. Somebody needs to explain to me how that works. Well, and it needs to be pointed out again by comparison with the keys with the Keith Ellison allegations. This wasn't something that was brought about by somebody on the right? This woman. Karen Monaghan had been posting about this. For well. Over a year you go back to the end of last year. She had put up a Facebook post talking about this while not specifically naming Keith Ellison. You had a woman who pendant editorial. And there's also a record of nine one one call involving him. So I I am with you one hundred percent. And if and we mentioned this earlier, Andrew lying, or if the left had sort of been consistent and held the Keith Ellison accountable as they should have. Then maybe it would have put those of us on the right in this situation in a tougher spot to go. Well, you know, what we're taking all of these things seriously. But again, the fact that it is some thirty five years old and with everything that's tach to it. There's a massive question Mark on this particular accusation, certainly by comparison to the one against Keith Ellison, timing is bad. I mean, the Dianne Feinstein. Had had this for a very long time. This is certainly not the first time that cavenaugh has been nominated to to various various points on in our in our Justice system. Let me this could have come out at any time over the last decade or so and been relevant, but the fact that it was hung onto until this very key moment, very close to the midterms. There's absolutely going to be suspicion cast upon the motivations. And then you couple that with the the the length of time since this alleged incident took place the fact that everybody involved was drunk at the time, you know, it's just human nature. It's really hard to take it at face value. When you consider they were they were intoxicated, and so much time has passed that there's no way to be sure if her memory of that incident is completely and utterly accurate. Well, and then you get to this other guy who was involved Mark judge who is the person that this professor claims was also in the room and allegedly threw judge Cavanaugh off of her. And Mark judge categorically denies that the entire incident took place he doesn't he doesn't say that she's recollecting differently that there wasn't somebody else in the room. Categorically denies it. Which means, you know, this is not just a he said, it raises it to a different point of a he said she said situation because there is somebody who can apparently corroborate this, and he is unwilling to cooperate her story. And we haven't even substantiated that they knew each other. That they Iraq did ever. They went to different schools. Yes. They were contemporaries. But you know, I I mean, I have people that I out with from a lot of different high schools. I couldn't I couldn't tell you with any certainty somebody that I would have interacted with thirty five years ago who was two years younger than I am. I mean, it just this. This is a form of insanity that we have now entered and it's a very dangerous ground for our Republic. Breaking news happening right now, my my CNN app. It just notified me that the lawyer for this woman is says that she is willing to testify to to congress the lawyer debrincat's the lawyer for the woman accusing break Cavanaugh said that her client would be willing to testify in public to the Senate Judiciary committee. She said that on CNN just a little bit ago. Good tomorrow. That's fine. Let's do it. Let's let's let's let's put this woman up on. Yeah. Let's find out, you know. And look if it if it ends up that, you know, her story has merit and at the accusations have some degree of merit define. Like Jon said, we'll move on from from cavenaugh, and and Trump can nominate the next name on his list. Yes. Amy Barrett Komi, which would be fine. I just and there's another there's another this is just re tweeted to us apparently Christine Ford's parents were the defendants at a foreclosure case in Maryland in ninety six and the judge was none other than Brett Kavanagh's mother. So the. Even even more. So yeah, there's again, I I'm kind of being glib because I feel like there needs to there needs to be some type of stand taken in these circumstances. When it it does seem so blatant that this is a latch ditch effort to go and discredit cavenaugh. But I I'm almost split because there is a part of me that just yet. You know, what fine fine you want to go. And do that is this is this is another democrat nuclear option explosion. You want to blow it up fine. Then we'll go ahead, and we'll just we'll take we'll take Kavanagh's name out of consideration. We'll just grab the next on the list and just move right through with confirmation. Yeah. What did they think they can if they derail the cabinet nomination that Merrick garland gonna take the seat? Well, I mean there, you know, here here's what like a back to you know, I still I still see this. Yes, there is that aspect of it. Which is you know, again, you know, f- me. No, f you, you know, we can we can go. And but the reality is. Judge Cavanaugh will make an excellent supreme court Justice. And he's absolutely the kind of individual. I think you guys as well. I have never in my twenty five years of doing this. I have never come across a a nominee who is so universally appreciated love, but appreciated by everybody with whom he has come into contact, you know, in terms of his work environment. I e you you you when you work at the White House staff secretary of the president of the United States, you make enemies. This guy had made enemies and staff secretary of the president United States. Maybe maybe that's the problem. But in the end, it's not something that you'd ever disqualify somebody from being a supreme court Justice. Well, and you make it you you make an interesting point earlier in in that with with with with how nasty it all gets. Why would you want to move forward? And and and put yourself at risk like that. I mean, we we see that happen with with law enforcement, you know, and it's gotten a little bit better. But it's sorta the height of the anti cop narrative that was out there, you had people that just didn't want to go and become law enforcement officers because why would you wanna go in and deal with that? And if you if you take the if you say, these allegations aren't aren't true that it is just simply being done and and and brought up because they're trying to discredit him. If you're cavenaugh after having gone through everything that you've gone through being confirmed as drew said so many times. I'm sure there's a part of him gone. Is it is it is it worth is. It worth all this. I mean, I I know it's the supreme court, but for crying out loud and anybody else who's moving up through the ranks that well, I don't want to be a part of this. This is getting gross at ugly. Why would I want to put myself through this get yourself, but your fear family to also? Yeah. That's exactly it. Let's also remember that these are people. Right. I mean, you know. Yeah. Who was a lovely woman. And I've done a lot of work with the wife of supreme court Justice Clarence Thomas. She's still never quite recovered from Anita spurious allegations against her. Against sorry against her husband. You know, where it is still a very horrendous horrifying subject for her. And all I can imagine his into this guy. He goes on to family into his kids, and he has a very close relationship with his family and his kids. I mean, we have to remember that there's a very real humid cost associated with this. And and this is this is part and parcel of art discourse. Well, yeah, it's funny to if I can. Yeah. I got it. Here you want to look at the hypocrisy. Amy klobuchar tweeted out for any nominee, whether it's district court or any judge if a report like MS Ford's comes to light, I expect it to be seriously investigated by the FBI before we vote we thank her for coming forward and need witness interviews and report back also still need remaining documents. It's funny because I don't has that. How's that investigation going Keith Ellison pure curiosity? There's there's. Yeah. Let's trust the FBI to do a non-party fiercely. And besides remember, this is not anything that the federal government has anything to do with. I mean, if you wanna get the Montgomery County police department, you know, the I don't think the says that has its own police force, but but the Bethesda police department, I mean, again, this one has to remember where you know, what what houses took place in. So, you know, we're now talking about you know, it's gonna come back, and it's gonna they're gonna find out. She made she may believe that something happened that doesn't mean that something happened. Yeah. And you know, and I sort of revert to my I am always sceptical of people in the mental health world always thirty five years ago. And we've I mean, we've talked about it many times on the show. Just an injury mentioned it earlier, how your mind and your memory plays plays tricks on you. There was it was it was fascinating. Just the. The other day somebody popped up in in sort of family circle discussion. And there was a girl that I knew when I was young. I was probably I was probably around eighteen years old who I went to church with and I went online because I hadn't seen a picture of her like twenty years, and I had a mental image. I had a very very distinct mental image. What she looked like I found a picture of her didn't recognize her now being older because she's my age, and then I found a picture back from then didn't even look close to what my mental picture of the person that I remember from that time. Yeah. Yeah. These things you guys remember the situation a couple of years ago. I don't know if you guys this is in your wheelhouse. John because it was right after I wanna say it was right around the time. The force awakens came out. This is so stupid. But I'm going to bring it up. Anyway. My next door. Neighbor is one of my good friends growing up up. This cockamamie story about how I ruined The Empire Strikes back for him. It was so bizarre and jarring. And it was and it was it was a post that was designed to hurt me. And it was political in nature because I I was involved in the peace party movement at the time. I mean, this is the this is..

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on Think Again

"Yeah i mean i maybe this is i think very human problem the sort of like what will remain what will my life significance be but i think even the rise of social media the number of like teenage girls on subway cars like taking pick their selfish together and being like picker didn't happen like there's this i think there's this we all have this desire to document our lives in a certain way to cement it because we want evidence in some way and for and for this generation and going forward there everything will be documented but then the question becomes who sifts through how do you sift through when do you because if everything is documented then everything is sort of equally meaningless unless somebody goes in curious but maybe the things the way we're documenting things now won't exist and we look at like early computer technology like people are still having trouble figuring out how to code the first disc that we made like the lifespan of those things are really short certainly like the the personal websites we were all making and early two thousands like no longer exists it's completely different internet technology i mean who knows what the internet is gonna look like in twenty years and how much will actually last reading your book i was thinking of this home by yates that i wanted to share maybe talk about because i think it gets a little bit at it gets a little bit at the struggles that you were going through as a young person that you write about in the book and it gets also at i i think in some interesting ways maybe the work of making a graphic novel this monumental and sifting through all the stuff as we were talking about so if you'll indulge me i'm going to read a short william butler yeats poem here.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way you always have smiling laughing listening the way you did long before apps i did this study myself and i found that people who use internet to date of more education are more fully employed and more likely to want to marry these sites certainly do have problems but like any new technology you've got to learn how to use it nobody gets out of love alive you heard about some of these people we all suffer on the internet and off the internet as the poet william butler yeats once said love is the crooked thing it is the drive for romance and love as one of the most powerful brain system the human animal has ever revolved ask have their problems but apps cannot never have and never will kill the brain circuitry for romance thank you and that includes round one of this intelligence fared us uk were our monkey news swipe left dating afsouth killed romance now we move onto round two where the debaters address one another directly and they take questions from me and from you are live audience here in new york city our motion is swipe left dating apps have killed romance we have heard the team arguing forward the motion my new summer rhody and eric line enberg argue dating by apps is anything but romantic that it makes it harder to be swept away apps are a transactional activity whose quality is seeping into real life and destroying romance actually in real life even in offline relationships killing things like civility and decency they used the word flake here the problem of having too much choice that when people know that they have to white for somebody else they're always going to be looking for something better so that's part of the argument being made for the motion the team arguing against the motion helen fisher and tom jakes they say that apps are aiding and abetting romance that there are people in the world getting together who otherwise would not be able to including people in the disabled community the lgbt community where apps are they say responsible for seventy percent of relationships that have developed also going to the level of brain chemistry that the brain circuitry of romantic love is too deeply etched in our brains technology has been blamed for destroying romance but it's always turned out to be a false alarm i want to go to the team arguing for the.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Legend is is this guy came to the to hawk revolts doria apparently it's not true i i i'm so disappointed to hear that i think i'm just going to keep believing it's true in and then you wonder about whether he was using something at the time some substance i are pretty sure he was using some and but you know whatever today i like to tell the story it's probably one of my favorite poets his william butler yeats by far and i like to tell the story that two students that um i actually was sorry to say i did inhale and all that like bill clinton saying he didn't i did with cannabis as a young man it's all becoming clearly yeah ave uh and i remember writing a poem under the influence and waking up in the morning and eh well rain poverty this is as good as anything gates's ever written i woke up in the morning it's total gibberish amid absolutely no says you know it's a story always gets a laugh through that's a lesson most poets learn as that then ththis yasim created by the alternate substances maybe not a doesn't last when he read it and this also this mystique though it goes back to butler and all these other poets near the more you drink we have more substances malcolm lowery uh even raymond carver you know you've got a drink and you're gonna take substances in you're gonna write great poetry are great fiction he eventually adequate though carver yacht butler always be drunk exactly led to that idea that great thing about that palms he goes on it now of course y unwind on everything not having so you know maybe not even need that yeah this michael writes it seems inevitable that you're gonna spend this time talking about how people connected poetry and never talk about the controversy of bob dylan's poetry being recognised with the nobel prize and how sunk poetry as the inheritance.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Legend is this guy came to let's see hawk revolt yeah apparently it's not true i am so disappointed to hear that i think i'm just going to keep believing it's true in then you wonder about whether he was using something at the time some substance i ain't i am pretty sure he was using something but you know whatever tech's i like to tell the story but it's probably one of my favorite poets is william butler yeats by far and i like to tell the story that two students that um i actually was sorry to say i did inhale and all that like bill clinton the saying he didn't i did with cannabis as a young man that's all becoming clear to me yeah oh boy and i remember writing a poem under the influence and waking up in the morning and eh well ready imposing this is as good as it investigates his ever written i welcome the warriors total gibberish have made absolutely no sense as a serie always gets a laugh uh that's a lesson most poets learn instead i'm the enthusiasm created by the alternate substances may not uh doesn't last when he read it and this is also dismissed steep though it goes back to baudelaire and all these other poets here the more you drinking more substances malcolm lowery ah even raymond carver you know you're going to drink and you're gonna take substances and you're gonna write great poetry are great fiction he eventually adequate though carver and yaabad layer always be drunk exactly i'll know that lima then grading about that palme's he goes on it now of course y unwind but on everything i have anything so you know maybe not even need that yeah his michael writes it seems inevitable that you're going to spend his time talking about how people connector poetry and never talk about the controversy of bob dylan's poetry being recognised with the nobel prize and how son poetry as the inheritance of homer his part of the conversation why would it be inevitable now here we are talking about a as an inevitable i'm a huge dolan fan and i was thrilled that he won the nobel prize usual event i is not thrilled and all rely in fact they had the on television talk invited they cut it very short and then i think they talk to you uh i.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A senseless so fill an anecdote here because i did what i did in hell when i was a student unlike bill clinton and i'd like to tell my students his story because it's absolutely is limited or rendered here in a coach aware hopa experimented with well cannibus serves a very strong cannibus and wrote a poem uh and i really believe that i had supersede anything of my favorite poet william butler yeats and when i woke up the next morning gibberish total gibberish who made no sense whatsoever absolute teuber exactly so it turns out that the brain is constantly generating possibilities and matsche's up of things that have come before but because we're humans we also know what will stick with other humans we have a sense of that and so the the filter and processes to really important piece of it bother rights bartec is meant more to do in life and with technology including netflixing binges and way rights y way back in 1963 my college you wanna one professor geared harden where there is a name urban interviewed him for science magazine many many years ago he was ago believed that we were in a lifeboat and we had a deal with top in by thinning it out because we were getting very controversial maybe rates good news there is no guarantee that intelligence has any of illusionary value would you guess please comment on the negative possibilities have our innovation explosion how do we prevent all the negative consequences were endless creativity y'all so um there's no doubt that we need to make a better world that humans are have many flaws we're certainly seeing that on every possible level right now and that this magnificent software in our brain is not always put to the best possible use in terms of making the world a better place nevertheless we are in again optimis about at that if any of.

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"william butler yeats" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"william butler yeats" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"At when you when you did you drive vote the the dublin galway road edward i wrote a little title jersey turnpike only prettier here's a cricket more from from outlay yeah well and you had to go on the dublin going wrote yes oh okay did you notice all of the sudden in the middle of nowhere aside from all the pasture land than you know places you you drive through because it's a road that looks like the mass pike or it lino it looks like the new jersey turnpike you know it's a nice flight to and it's the same that both the all three of those routes the dublin go away the uh the jersey turnpike end the mass pike they're all our a hundred thirty miles long more or less than these jersey pay a pike is a hundred twenty miles long it takes you two hours from one end to the other same story but did you noticed how many creative sculptures in the middle of nowhere on the sinai yelled the ruc really randolph tryono eddie kills me because you know you're going probably one hundred twenty or thirty or forty kilometers in our which is somewhere between about two hundred twenty five at seventy five miles an hour or more because some people really is the belong even though there is speed limits a knock quite as bad as in germany but um you know you you go by too quickly get a photo of it or pull off the side of the road and backup in the service line they they're everywhere i mean everywhere you look did your husband while he was interested in pursuing venues associated with ink english literature there is lots of irish literature written in english that emanating from people like george bernard shaw and james joyce an william butler yeats.

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