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It’s the bravery and courage and self-reflection to get down to it and make it as right as you can. Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, comedian Roseanne Barr, and the editor of the Jewish Journal, David Suissa, participate in a discussion on atonement and repentance. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times) She added, “The joy is in knowing what you did wrong. It’s the bravery and courage and self-reflection to get down to it and make it as right as you can. I’m someone who is interested in healing my own soul.” At another point, Barr described the stress of making the sitcom. “It was harder than last time,” she said, referring to the original version of “Roseanne.” During one emotional moment, she said she was moved by the support she received following her firing. ”I felt so much love that I’ve never felt before in my whole career, from people of all colors,” she said. Many of her comments centered on her plans to hit the stand-up circuit next year, going “coast to coast.” Though she didn’t give details about cities, dates or venues, Barr called live comedy her “first love” and said it was “a very healing thing to connect with an audience.” The crowd responded with cheers and applause. Barr also repeated her intention to leave the U.S. to live in Israel for several months to study Judaism with her “favorite teachers,” and that she will not watch “The Conners,” the revamped version of “Roseanne,” which ABC will launch this fall. John Goodman, who plays Dan Conner, has said in interviews that the Roseanne Conner character will die.
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The decision was based on an attempt to balance the objectives of building the railroad with its effects on the environment and communities along the route, said Michelle Boehm, the rail authority’s Southern California regional director. “No route is perfect,” she said in a web address that did not take news media questions. The route beat out two other potential paths that would have cut deeper into the national forest and potentially had great effects on water resources as a result of deep tunnels in ancient aquifers. The route following the 14 is the easiest and fastest to build, Boehm added, noting that the geology along the route was better for tunneling. The selection was not based on cost, though risk and ease of construction was a factor. One of the biggest challenges of the entire bullet train project is the passage it will have to make over the San Gabriel and Tehachapi mountains, which could cost between $26 billion and $45 billion, according to the rail authority’s 2018 business plan. The preferred route through the San Gabriels includes a 13-mile and a 7-mile tunnel — part of the most ambitious tunneling project in U.S. history. Because the rail authority lacks funding for the job, it has delayed that part of the project, meaning the state’s largest city will be the last to be connected in the Los Angeles-to-San Francisco system. The route will probably face stiff opposition in a number of communities along the way, which have demanded over the last two years that the entire passage from Burbank to Palmdale be underground. Santa Clarita Councilwoman and Mayor Pro Tem Marsha McLean said she was disappointed that the route maps released Wednesday do not provide adequate detail to understand their exact effects on neighborhoods.
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