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"banksy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Why leader McConnell is forced to do these stunts. A good portion of his caucus opposes more relief to the American people. So it's not Democrats who were blocking a real relief bill. We know that everyone knows that. Speaker, Pelosi is still trying her best with the White House to get a deal. We've already offered to meet Republicans half way. The biggest obstacle to another relief bill from the very beginning has been Senate Republicans and leader McConnell. McConnell warning against a costly deal. No one knows whether Election Day will bring much clarity. More than likely that bill will get kicked it down the road to a lame duck Congress. No shortage of money here. Banksy's playful take on a famous Impressionist painting has sold at auction for £7.6 million nearly 10 million box. It's the second highest price ever paid for work by the British street artist. Show me the Monet. A play on show me the money sold to an unidentified bitter at Sotheby's in London Wednesday evening. In the 2005 work banks, he added, abandoned shopping carts and an orange traffic cone. Claude Monet is image of water lilies in his garden, Sotherby's European head of the contemporary arts that the work was one of the strongest and most iconic banks, he works. To appear at auction. And Brandon Low home or twice in the Tampa Bay Rays held off the dodgerssix for they square the world Siri's at a game of pop. Lo broke out of his extended postseason slump with a solo shot in the first in a two run shot in the fifth. That made it five Nothing. Joey Wendell also drove in three runs for the Rays. Blakes, now the 2018 Ale, Cy Young Award winner struck out nine and four and two thirds. It was a well balanced attack. A snail on Wendell on the res all hands on deck approach. I just had a good game plan for these guys on guys able to watch him game one so gave me a lot more on put on what I wanted to do today, but Yeah, I just wanted to attack and make them start swinging when I felt like I had a good game plan. So, um,.
Banksy loses EU trademark fight with greeting card company
"Bad news for everyone's favorite little spray painting. Scoundrel the Bart Simpson of Street Art World Bank see lost a two year long trademark battle this week after a greeting card company co-opted one of his most famous images the flower thrower despite his representatives successfully applied to trademark the image in two, thousand, fourteen, the greeting card company won their case by claiming banks he's. Choice to hide his identity as well as his choice to paint graffiti on other people's property without permission marred his ability to be identified as the unquestionable owner of his works banks. He brought notoriety to this trademark case last year when as a protest, he opened up a brick and mortar gift shop with the gag that you could only buy any of the items online from the shop. The store's name was gross domestic product and sold impractical items like disco balls made from police riot helmets the European Union's Intellectual Property Office claimed their decision this week that the gag shop demeaned the artists case solidifying the he's real motivation was not for the security of his work but to circumvent the
Banksy loses EU trademark fight with greeting card company
"Legal defeat for Banksy, The street artist lost his fight with a greeting card company involving a European Union trademark for his iconic flower thrower painting. He created that in Jerusalem in 2005, but they use intellectual property office ruled this week. At his trademark was filed in bad faith, and they declared it invalid. The UK greeting card company that handles request pertaining to Banksy's work, had argued that the 2014 trademark should be dropped because he hadn't used it.
Banksy loses EU trademark fight with greeting card company
"Defeat for a Banksy, The street artist lost both his fight with a greeting card company, his fight that is with a greeting card company involving a European Union trademark for his iconic flower thrower painting. He created that in Jerusalem in 2005, but they use Intellectual property office ruled this week that the trademark was filed in bad faith. They declared it invalid. The UK greeting card company that handles requests pertaining to his work had argued that the 2014 trademark should be dropped because he had not used it
Banksy loses trademark in legal battle over 'Flower Thrower' art
"Banks, he has been stripped of a trademark for his most famous artwork. The flower thrower, which he painted on the wall in Jerusalem six years ago, in part because he refuses to reveal his real name. The European Court ruling may throw into doubt Banksy's legal ownership. Of all his work, the Labor Department says about
Banksy loses EU trademark fight with greeting card company
"Artist. Banksy has lost a big legal battle. CBS News correspondent of Vicki Barker reports from London after a two year legal battle Banks. He has been stripped of a trademark for his most famous artwork. The flower thrower, which he painted on the wall in Jerusalem six years ago, in part because he refuses to reveal his real name. The European Court ruling may throw into doubt Banksy's legal ownership of all his work. A greeting card company in the UK brought the suit. It's unclear if Banksy's lawyers are going to appeal. It's 6 50. We've got AH,
UN refugee agency calls on EU nations to let in migrants rescued in Mediterranean
"The UN's refugee and migration agencies say European Union ports must allow vessels carrying more than 400 rescued asylum seekers. To disembark. Joanna Kisses reports. The newest rescue vessel is the Louise Michele, paid for by the British street artist Banksy. Its crew rescued more than 200 people. In just a few days, the Italian coast Guard agreed to take on Lee 49 on board. Another humanitarian vessel is carrying 200 migrants and a commercial ship has housed another 27 for the last three weeks. Immigration lawyer Julia Trang Kina says thes migrants have rights under international law there general asylum seekers with the right to protection Once they get to international waters, they have a right to claim asylum. Malta and Italy often cite the pandemic has reasons to keep ships carrying migrants away. For NPR news. I'm Joanna Cock
UN agency urges help for Banksy-sponsored migrant ship
"Coast Guard says it's taken on board 49 of the most vulnerable migrants who've been stranded on a rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea. Dozens more remain on the overloaded ship, which has not found a safe port. NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports, The crew started issuing calls for help. Last night.
"banksy" Discussed on KOMO
"The Justice Department carrying out its fifth federal execution this year in Indiana, yesterday afternoon, a B C's will Clark has more 45 year old Keith Nelson was on death row for the 1999 kidnapping of 10 year old Pamela Butler from her Kansas City, Kansas home. He eventually raped and killed her. Nelson showed no remorse in his final minutes and made no final statement. That wasn't a surprise to Pamela's mother, Sherry West. I wasn't expecting him to say anything because he's never had no remorse this whole time. You know, he's never had no more remorse for what he did to her. So therefore I have no remorse for him. Nelson was the second federal inmate executed this week. Tomb or federal executions are scheduled next month. Will Clark ABC News that the U. S Penitentiary in Terror hold Indiana The MBA resumes play today for the play offs that after teams boycotted a game to show solidarity with protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. And in France the Tour de France gets rolling today in the city of Nice after it was delayed earlier this year due to the pandemic, a mayday call from a new migrant rescue ship funded by the famous artist Banksy that ship tweeting today it's rescued more migrants in the Mediterranean and is looking for a port with more than 200. Now onboard. Bright pink boat is called Louise Michel, named after the 19th century French feminist and features a Banksy mural. Of a girl in a life vest holding a heart shaped safety boy. ABC is Megan Williams. This is ABC News. Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time taking sometime..
Banksy's migrant boat overloaded, stranded at sea
"A mayday call from a new migrant rescue ship funded by the famous artist Banksy that ship tweeting today it's rescued more migrants in the Mediterranean and is looking for a port with more than 200. Now onboard. Bright pink boat is called Louise Michel, named after the 19th century French feminist and features a Banksy mural. Of a girl in a life vest holding a heart shaped safety boy. ABC is Megan Williams. This is ABC News.
Banksy funds refugee rescue boat operating in Mediterranean
"Comes to the aid of refugees were at risk on the high seas. C is expanding his activities beyond street art. He's funded the boat crewed by volunteers in an effort to rescue refugees attempting to reach Europe from Africa. The boat's been operational since last week and just rescued 89 people, including 14, women and Children from a rubber boat in the Mediterranean on its website, the group says the migrants are onboard and waiting to disembark at a safe port.
Banksy funds boat to rescue refugees at sea
"At risk on on the high seas. The British artist Banksy is expanding his activities beyond street art. He's funding a boat crewed by volunteers in an effort to rescue refugees attempting to reach Europe from Africa. The boats been operational since last week and just rescued 89 people, including 14, women and Children from a rubber boat in the Mediterranean. On its website. The group says the migrants are onboard and waiting to disembark at a safe port. Pam Coulter, CBS
Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction
"Art collectors haven't stopped spending during the pandemic. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picasso's Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions. And someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News
Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction
"Portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat. It brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year.
Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction
"Collecting. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and Warhol's went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape trick tick by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so
Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction
"The big names in the world of art are going on the auction block. So the base holding it online sale featuring artwork that spans five centuries of art history from Rembrandt, Pablo Picasso, Banksy. The auction house is putting up 70 works of art from the 17th century to the present day of self portrait by Rembrandt expected to fetch about $20
"banksy" Discussed on AP News
"Italian authorities have unveiled the stolen artwork by British artist Banksy that was painted as a tribute to the victims of the 2015 terror attacks at the Bataclan music hold in Paris luxury let prosecutors said the work was recovered during a search of a home in the countryside near the address to the coast India Brazil region no arrests have been made French officials last year announced the theft of the piece a black image appearing to depict a pleasant morning that was painted on one of the but the clowns and much C. exit doors 90 people were killed at the Bataclan on November 13 in 2015 when Islamic extremists invaded the music hold one of the several targets that night in which a total of 130 people died I'm sorry I shockingly
Stolen Banksy honoring Bataclan victims found in Italy
"Italian authorities have unveiled the stolen artwork by British artist Banksy that was painted as a tribute to the victims of the two thousand and fifteen terror attacks at the Bataclan music hold in Paris luxury let prosecutors said the work was recovered during a search of a home in the countryside near the address to the coast India Brazil region no arrests have been made French officials last year announced the theft of the piece a black image appearing to depict a pleasant morning that was painted on one of the but the clowns and much C. exit doors ninety people were killed at the Bataclan on the thirteenth of November in two thousand fifteen when Islamic extremists invaded the music hold one of the several targets that night in which a total of a hundred thirty people died I'm sorry I shockingly
Stolen Banksy honoring Bataclan victims found in Italy
"Well what was lost was found in Italy Italian authorities say they've recovered a piece by famed street artist Banksy that commemorates the victims of the twenty fifteen Paris terror attacks the work in image of a young girl in morning was painted on one of the emergency doors of the Bataclan concert hall Islamic gunmen killed ninety people in the attack the picture had been cut out of the door and stolen last year the work was found in an abandoned farmhouse in a
New Banksy artwork appears at hospital in England
"Wing Banksy does it again this time for health care workers here's CBS news correspondent Matt Piper a new painting by Banksy appeared at a hospital in England it left hospital workers stunned it's ready factoring that banks he wants to give us something here the artwork shows a little boy playing with a nurse action figure leaving as Batman and spider man figures in a toy basket the nurse figures wearing a face mask a Cape and an apron with the red cross symbol her arm is outstretched like that of a super hero it's beautiful three thank you thanks he left a note for hospital staff that read thanks for all you're doing I hope this brightens the place up a bit even if it's only black and white backed by per CBS
"banksy" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Banksy school trip unbelievable seven twenty nine twenty six mainland inside tied up my trip St Paul and the rotating narrowed to the many thought he was fouled by trip note we sold change Welch throws Midlands strength the courses off the dribble drive into the paint area and what Pacific is doing to Charles is really collapsing when he uses the trouble to get into that area there about three people there yes that was almost like a wall thirty eight matched up with more lebron for your content right front quarter thanks to the mainland on the perimeter triptychs about men like ballet jumper it's good old villain takes the plan B. would you cut it off you got older I'm gonna pull up to take a good range shot office nearby Charles the Tigers again let's see how quickly they get the ball into the hands of trip more here it is again top of the circle back a little more thirty one twenty six don stupid she is sixteen Porter that's no good grief on all over the Middle transition middle and to the right front port side twenty left in the half Wall handoff mainland Spain patch Jenkins goes baseline makes it to the right corner what a long shot clock reached twelve for USF now down the lane to the basket roasted over the mainland it's going to go out of bounds they live that'll be a U. S. F. turnover there was a little stagnant offense of late course of Pacific forcing them into making a tough decision or with the shot clock running down good defense there by Pacific in the half court committing their turnover Tigers of only coughed up three turnovers five point difference here's trip begins outside left for chicken that's it in a more more down the lane Lupin out top Jacobs field go inside back it away now bout set for trip baseline one on one with your content lenient Baker does trip to rebound back to the basket and store no that's just a great house to play by trip because defensively your content did a great job of having forced a bad shot over the top of the outstretched hand he stayed with it for the officer put USF rock port for fifteen left till halftime dance thirty one Tigers twenty eight years along with the baseline one on one with Hampshire he goes in and gets back out before he lifted for a shot Frank RB with the whistle let's check it out to basketball brought to you by provident credit union Hey fans a property credit union checking account actually pays you visit Providence C. U. dot org that's a non shooter USF will trigger at the baseline will be expected here it's been fairly even dots got ahead by ten but Tigers now down a back pass quite moody intercepted by trip here comes to rip up the right side he's got the dribble he scored nineteen eight of eleven shooting he's been phenomenal now it goes left front court right side seventeen Water good rebound out of bounds off Hampshire handle pitons basketball.
Banksy's Valentine's Day mural covered after it was vandalized
"The family who owns the house in southwest England were an artwork from Banksy appeared in time for Valentine's day have temporarily covered the mural after it was defaced temporary fencing was added Saturday near the house in Bristol and closed circuit television has been installed those aim to protect the work which shows young girl firing red flowers from a catapult the elusive artists confirm the mural as he is on his Instagram account on February fourteenth it was later defaced with an expletive Kelly your wardrobe daughter of the owner says the family felt a strong responsibility to ensure the art work could be enjoyed by the
"banksy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Land in the ocean as his space exes competing capsule called the crew dragon Christmas is a season for prayer and protest in Palestinian ruled Bethlehem in the west bank British graffiti artist Banksy has unveiled a controversy all nativity scene in Bethlehem just in time for Christmas called the scar of Bethlehem it depicts the birth of Jesus under Israel's west bank separation barrier with a bullet hole shaped like a star the piece is displayed with other banks the art work at a guest house spacing the barrier called the walled off hotel Robert Berger CBS news Jerusalem coming up Americans battle storms in long lines as they make a mad dash for Christmas more on that story coming up at the top of the hour first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five at three fifty five use those dollars starting off in Calabasas one one south of parkway Calabasas there's a big rig with the trailer this blocking the slow lanes a Jack knifed earlier about so one thirty this morning sauce causing some slowing there now right around I want to say parkway Calabasas and then continuing up to around to banking canyon now I've to Peggy canyon Boulevard was shut down earlier this was for a rock slide it still looks like a it is close between Mulholland drive and Wildwood area so it's going to check that for sure to see what going on the and it will get back to you next time next hour and then want to go to a circular Santa Fe springs looks like things are opening up there six oh five north it's Firestone Boulevard they had to clear about two or three different incidents want to thank the caller for checking in on the tip line at the one eighteen east at the five it looks like things are flooded there as a matter of fact that the one eighteen west about both the rightly was flooded two cars are stuck in it and this lots of flooding right there on the five north south and the one eighteen east and west to right around that interchange down to van Nuys Boulevard also real quick four or five south before beach Boulevard of five vehicle crash old in the middle lane is open thing in a tipster there that supports coming up a four oh five I'm just hours can extend seventy newsradio lots of rain in the forecast all day today in cool temperatures continuing highs only in the mid.
"banksy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quell months of unrest invoking emergency rule for the first time since its return to Chinese control in Berks county has all the details violators of the band which will include exemptions could get a jail term of as much as one year or a fine of thousands of dollars according to the South China morning post protests against it are expected Friday and over the weekend in Hong Kong Karen Li Bloomberg daybreak here at the US and North Korea are set to meet for the first time in months for working level nuclear discussions with president trump saying Pyongyang's most provocative missile testing two years when de railed them birds John has give its reports. north Korea's chief nuclear envoy can you'll give has arrived in Stockholm you'll have news to South Korea reported after the formal nuclear negotiations that are set to start on Saturday trump is brushed off north Korea's homes from Wednesday of the submarine base ballistic missile with a maximum range that's estimated at about nineteen hundred kilometers in Tokyo Jon Herskovitz Bloomberg day break your causing a tear of Portugal hold a general election on Sunday after four years of relative stability socialist leader and saying you call stays seeking reelection the latest opinion poll indicates Costa will win and you mandate that will continue needing backing from other policies to pass legislation in parliament election takes place after only two years of consecutive economic growth and Portugal but the debt burden remains one of the highest in the euro area and U. K. artist Banksy has started his own auction Rachael with a painting depicting British members of parliament is chimpanzees sold for ninety nine point nine billion pounds the piece titled devolved parliament had a pre sale estimate of up to two million pounds the last time Banksy setter recorded to option the painting famously shredded itself this time there was no monkey business Lebanese twenty four hours a day on average take took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is playing but Caroline nicely another morning.
"banksy" Discussed on AP News
"In every state artist Banksy on the side of a building in a seaside port appears to have been painted over the now famous painting of a worker chipping away one of the golden stars from the European Union flag symbolizing Britain's impending exit from the block was covered in white paint Monday scaffolding had been erected over the weekend that the building in the southern British port city of Dover the gotten gaming organization which owns the building previously said it was exploring options to remove maintain or sell the artwork emails to a Banksy rap into Dover's local council looking for answers on the fate of the artwork and so far gone unanswered images of Vikings a telling people when it's safe to cross the street whose Denmark's second largest city it's celebrating its history by unveiling traffic signals featuring Vikings holding axes and shields in place of the usual graphics scene at crosswalks the lights will form a circle around down town on whose which was founded by the Vikings in the eighth century and became a bustling harbor city the son of a former NFL lineman accused of killing his parents in Minnesota's been extradited from Mexico twenty two year old Dylan John Bennett was arrested for second degree murder at a hotel in Cancun on Saturday his parents Barry and Carol Barrett both sixty three were found fatally shot last Wednesday at their home in long prairie a town about a hundred twenty miles north west of Minneapolis Barry Bennett played for eleven seasons with the New Orleans Saints New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings and told the Todd county sheriff's office in December that his son it expressed thoughts about killing his parents while he was in a mental health treatment facility Dylan John Bennett was booked at Todd county jail in Minnesota early Monday.
"banksy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And they're missing that human visual interface that's what our company is doing by using printed electronics that put in front of a trying to steal the you can transpiring you can print solar cells I have a Santa Claus like my house printer or eventually so here's a Santa Claus I'm assuming this probably would light up on a shirt or something so that one actually taking from the line here and would extract the lights and turn it into electricity and then where we come into play is tending to power these types of displays that are printed on role this is on a roll here along the role here in prison if you can see the that is those literally circuitry that can go anywhere this over here to my left right this is beyond the by the time you got here this morning you will have encountered over a thousand items that have been printed and now is centrally with principal transfer we'll be bringing some life to it let me show this example I will like it the card you know the artist Banksy okay and its other me where they have the shredder incidents well there could have been done with a mixed look not a group Johnny.
"banksy" Discussed on Empty Frames
"Know when when it was like this unintentional performance art did not unintentionally said that wrong it was just like unexpected performance art and you just dropped one point four million and then you're like oh performance are you have buyer's remorse goes down you're buyer's remorse for a second half of that water smith and then all of a sudden a minute later you're more happy because you're the value just exploded right because it's it's art piece now you doubled money maybe i dunno do we know how long is definitely double their money i think that's crazy do you know who bought it is it was her name the person who brought it or they a i don't think they released the name of the person who bought it i will i took that out but do you think that it it's kind of like there's an old appellation folktales and i quote a lot 'em where the the it's like the the average ends 'em it's a story about a girl who puts snake in her pocket and then gets bitten in right before the snake bites her she he's like the snake is like well 'em you knew i was a snake what you put in your pocket you know and i think that a lot about benxi like we whoever bought this painting they they knew it with the snake when they put it in a good one yeah that's a good a good metaphor good a terrible terrible yes aphorisms i like a good one of those has something like this ever happen that's been comparible trouble when someone's bought a piece of physical art and it turns into performance art or self destruct says there's nothing in memory then i can think of that's this is happening around now i can't think of i mean i think the knee only equivalent i think would be when people in central park about those painting or brought those those trends not realizing that they were banksie friends sure you know you know essentially all the people who walk by that day you know without actually giving the the the the tent or the liam the stand the second glance only the realise later that they walked past thousands of dollars worth of of priceless art you know but they're kind of part of you exhibit too because it wouldn't have the significance of that if they hadn't worn down right right exactly exactly and also wouldn't have had the significance they that it had unless someone had realized it was banks you know if if no one actually stopped and gone wait a minute this looks like banksie print real good point how many ston says he grew up poll but we don't know where him exactly it's really tough to wrap your head around it because you only look at these things one way even if you don't have the money it takes to buy these prince so you don't have one point four million dollars to buy yourself true i mean we are wildly successful podcasters so it's hard to wrap your head around the the the fact that this this praised the very very expensive piece of art is destroyed right in front of the buyer amongst millionaires as a show of protest against the modification of v art and then that becomes more expensive in more valuable and was that they intend to or was that like a did it backfired did he want it to totally get destroyed or i guess like did the result not matter just the fact that he could do that one question i i think the all these questions you're asking the questions you once you ask 'em there's kind of a famous quote by an artist named tracy women in the quote if something like 'em modern art is the means by which we terrorize herself an i think that's what you're doing right now i think that i think that's what you're supposed to do i think that you know the most famous modern art is also the the kind of art the most infuriating on a level because it comments on itself an it draws attention to the artifice the commercialization end the artifice of of industrialization end a mass processing and mass production and consumerism and all of these things the banks he is doing it's very very very self aware of and it's very good you know and it's it's it's meant to make you ask these questions had these sort of brain wrinkles end to to get you to really rethink not only how artist reduce that that what that says about reality as a whole you know okay so is it fair to say that that bank see maybe believes that if there is no kind of visceral reaction to art or some kind of a motion and that comes with consuming that are that maybe it's not a or or or or if those reactions do happen then it's the ultimate artwork a i'm confused here helped me out well what do you want to be you know do you want to be a something they even have an emotional reaction to what we want to be a reflection of real life yeah one art to be just a completely personal statement a from the artist has nothing to do with fewer anyone else i dunno because i think 'em depending on what you want to be that's gonna that's going to 'em the impact how you received it's heart rate great you know yeah that's correct in something like this this this performance art i think my gut keeps telling me it is a reflection of just how silly weaken it'd be sometimes that it's it's silly to look at something in put such a value on it when it could be quickly destroyed but then but then i have this like thing there i'm like now i can't no thinking that i can't wrap my head around it being more valuable now right what the the the complexity of this is that banksie isn't just doing son should you start he has are is really wonderful his art is beautiful and often his art has great you know socio cultural meaning undervalued to the people who see it 'em end you know he spent several decades being going from an artist to basically dismissed and having his paintings always seen it over and and and you know not really valued as legitimate art to being you know probably the most famous modern artist in the world end that shift happened because we were able to just stop thinking of his art as as you know troll issue punk art that was just part of you know of irreverent not serious de legitimize graffiti culture or whatever in start seeing it as something that were serious and had serious things to say about about art itself in about street art in about three dart culture 'em in many many other things about politics about life about britain 'em and so on and so forth so the idea behind what they see does often reflects the fact that are developed the way we value art is pretty much down to two changing shift in attitudes overtime in in changes in culture 'em in changes changes in the way society as a whole he's part of the reason they see is able to draw attention to a the artifice in his own art by shredding his own painting is the cause a modern art culture has evolved with this very very very lucrative process by which auction you know auctions a cell paintings for millions and millions of dollars 'em baby basically based on height based on the branding of the artists 'em based on you know these these very 'em these very obscure an almost 'em fantastical economics by which a modern art value you know an it does seem very three surreal and very very silly and very shallow in a way an i think he wants us to be aware of that i think he wants all of his art to draw attention to that and i i think that's also why he does then still so much time doing street art in endearing 'em he's so stenciling art on the side of buildings you know when he could be selling his art galleries all over the world trillions of dollars without you know without having to do that but i think the fact that he's still putting his art on walls an can instill going to the trouble of giving away paintings properly for three in central park 'em tells you that he still wants his art to remain something that is seeing this populist and something that is in touch with 'em in touch with reality basically an is not just 'em sort of confined to these very high flung art dealer is an art galleries all over the world yeah you know selo right or way there is he yeah i don't know i i do like v twenty fifteen exhibit a dismal land that a that he put up a sort of like an interactive exhibit kind of like a like a take on disneyland is if it's been abandoned first like fifty years aurora hundred years or or what a weird exhibit that yeah i would've loved to have seen that it sounds like it was amazing 'em but again you had people a paying for it they experience of walking through which is like a like a slug steven barkley toxic waste and in 'em just terrible sludge in in its 'em an i think they had a attendees at they exhibit to were paid to be mean to you 'em so again he's obviously the people who are paying for this become part of experiment the 'cause they're making his point that that will pay for anything edible walks there anything and will be like this is entertaining when it's clearly not entertaining you know yeah no art is worth what someone will pay for it right exactly exactly and in this case he's also obviously commenting on the mass commercialization of disney in and the amount of power that disney has over us to get us to shell out money for whatever disney says we will you know it's going to get us yeah wait in line for however long or you know it's like it's it's sludge right so you're just trudging through this and it is something on the surface but underneath it you know it is dislike broken down a like wasteland that people are mean to you and they still take your money but you still happily give them now disneyland lances the happiest place on earth so it's not like that it's very dystopia in its greatest soviet you know you're not allowed to say the emperor has no clothes right that kind of thing so you know by by walking through dismal land you're you're revealing the lie that disneyland is just just over commercialized that's great yeah yeah in actually one weird thing about disneyland disneyworld they won't pronounced someone dead on the premises and if you've heard this yeah if someone dies in disneyland or disney world they will wait to pronounce the person dead a in sylvie ambulances left the premises because no one dies happiest place on earth that's really yeah i love that that's where i think enter the mouse which is this like behind the scenes book that talks about how horrible disneyland is and and takes so you into like olympia of the for the horrifying a work environments that all the disneyland workers have to deal with it and it just sounds so horrifying and but the thing is at disney can get away with it because they own half a man of orlando at this point you know so 'em and they don't really have a lot of regulation and i think that's another thing that he that he's calling attention to what he has these people were no being paid to be mean to you 'em in they're just they're.
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"The whole world is w dogs we intimate. We know each other so intimately. Yes. Yes. Exactly. And you know, exactly what insecurity to go for. Yeah. What like file in the archive to pull out? Yeah. If they're pass and the files like that. That's why I think I liked to keep track. That's why do the read receipt thing, for example, like our receipts that you have nothing on those are they receive. Yeah. Like that's why like when I find out someone's shitaki me I'm like bitch. No. Because if I did that I would probably tell everyone I did like what I mean. Like that. Like, there's. At least two two girlfriends of mine that I have found out have said the most wild shit about me. And like, it's almost one of them. I allowed myself to get a little bit more hurt by because it was just such a random attack. Right. But the other one, you know, about this one like it was a it was so absurd. Let it was impossible to be mad. But I also was like why is she why would she ever like what's the deal? So it is it is difficult, and like I would say years ago if I found out that someone was like talking shit shit about me like on the level that this. This woman has been I would be. It'd be really upset. And I would like write a fucking strongly worded Email, and I would have been like fuck this bitch are strongly when I know I would've told everyone like, but I don't do that more. And also like it because it doesn't matter like it doesn't. Okay. Like, well, then then I just won't hang out with you. Because like I haven't I haven't fuck in. No way is person ever going to get a root us. Text remain. No way because. Nope. No. Because they actually don't like I'm any ammo they have I'm one hundred percent transparent about so like like, I would never give them. I would never give this person one thing to have on me. But you know, but true life man, like just like I didn't the soda this friend is episode of this. The kinda like damn LA's episode is. You know, be realistic with your expectations love yourself, ma'am. Okay. That was one seventy three please, advise Christina. Thank you for being my guest today. Oh, thank you for having me, Molly. And thank you for you You know. know, guys Christina's not just like effortlessly speaking this Mike over your she's like working the boards. So I appreciate that about you today. I appreciate you guys in your phone calls, even though I don't like it when you say that to me feel like about I've seen some examples of people saying, I appreciate you lately. And pop culture that have given me some sort of hope so. Aby. It wasn't a fuck. You to me, you know. I've been that girl. Didn't mean to fuck in. Has a permanent stain on my heart. No, I'm kidding. You guys that would basically be hypocritical on terms of our entire episode today. Christine is there anything else that we need to say to these people for we sign off this week? Just wanna let you know, like, call us live voice mail. It could be about anything. You know? We've got a call in the future about bread recipes. Shout out to that girl who who did the crispy voice now. Yes, yes. Please Email voice note as visor gmaiLcom, Christina which order for dinner tonight. I don't know. I have to do a lifetime movie. Like, I have to do the whole thing. Happy face killer. How much money can you drop on it? Like are you in for didn't iphone? You know, what I do kinda want like Asian? I felt that you thought that. Yeah. I think I'm pleased advice Saturdays. I always want some sort of like Asian tree. Yeah. I don't know something about podcasting just brings out my. But I just thought fucking groceries from whole foods knows. Yeah. You should eat those, you know. Got a fucking pinch pennies somewhere got a store. I have to buy racks and racks of coat hangers guys out to you next week. Bye. Bye..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"And it sounds like your friend would be someone who would do that. But. It's you have to stop you have to take a long-term break from them as friends because we're not saying, that's what's happening here. But yeah, no. It's it's just while we're on this while we're kind of on this ramble. Yeah. I think that that's like that's my tip for that. But yeah, I mean, I don't know. I guess I guess ultimately, I don't know how else to better explain it than like, it appears as a gut feeling it's dynamic that happens with a lot of people. Like, you kind of you know, it when you see it feel it and like just the way that you were aware of it. I mean, I don't really know. You know that your friend deals with mental illness like you know, that about that situation. And I think other than that lake, you know. You know, now might not even be related, your friend just may be susceptible to these patterns because if anything from like, you know, how she was raised, but her childhood was legged to you know, maybe certain experiences she had in dating earlier on in life that kind of set her on a pattern of. Neediness? But I would guess that. This is probably something that. Is is a very well established super in mashed part of her life and that fucking socks really does. I wouldn't wish that on anyone because it's really hard to get out of something like that. Especially you didn't say how old you are. But like, you know, if it's been a decades, and she's had a boyfriend. I assume you're probably close to thirty and. You know, that's not a great place in her life to have to wake up with no friends, and realizing that you have a lot of self work to do because you're destructive to other people and like that sucks and like, yeah. We all I think we all can be in every single person on this planet, whether they laid to minute or not has been toxic to a person or has dealt with toxicity firsthand. But most importantly, I think everyone has the opportunity to be toxic. And that's just the truth. And it's like sometimes it's literally just like the way a perfume on a certain person like just smells like terrible. It's like almost like body chemistry like sometimes you just by nature somehow are toxic with another person. Yeah. And for me, that's Leo's and. So the whole fucking aside. But yeah, I don't know. I just wanted to just. Yeah. I just I I feel for you girl. Like, it sucks. You lost a friend. And maybe it's the best. But like you seem like a really compassionate, caring person. And. These great that you want to know more. I would definitely you know, if you go to therapy like I've had it's not therapist job to diagnose someone else in your life. But like I've gained a lot of insight by describing behaviors that I'm dealing with that are very difficult for me and another person, and well, it's like controlling how you respond to it. Right. Right. That's a lot of pinpoint what it is. And I've had therapists say some really surprising stuff to me, really, really really surprising stuff. Like there was a guy in my old building. I wrote about this was very very abusive to his girlfriend, and they would fight like cats and dogs till five in the morning. And then they would hook up and they would pass out and it was violent and it was a domestic abuse situation. And I asked my landlord to please call the police. But I was a single woman who lived alone, and I was afraid that I like like living downstairs from this very volatile person. I was worried that like it would get turned on the if I made the phone call on my landlord pretended. He had no idea what I was talking about. Of course, that story change twenty chose to a victim this guy later, but at the time he said, he had no idea what talking about, and I described all of this to my therapist. And I said like, you know, I just don't know. I don't know if he's a drug addict. I don't know what's going on with him like it like what's off there. There's just something off. And she said, Molly. It sounds like he has PTSD..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"So we're not doing this because we're out of calls. That's not why we're doing so many bits today. But we were we had like a half an hour. We were hanging out before the show. So I told Christine I was going to finally tell her my brilliant idea to start a store that I wanted to play my appearance on Dr Phil. And that also I thought maybe we should read some of these tweets that I got yesterday. So I. Just decided to ask a question to Twitter, which was pleased. Tell me the story of your first time eating marijuana. And I did not tell my story though. I did later. But I got some like I was crying this morning when I was like just reading these in I woke up at five AM, and I was reading all of these tweets, and I was dying. And I one of those people I don't like shitting your pants story. Never have not my not my number jam. I really don't. I think it's rude that people laugh at those stories, I think it's like really rude and dark and also dishes like what's funny about I find it strange when adults think that that's like their funniest story. Yes. Like a lot of adults thing that they're like peak material is like them shifting their pants on the ride home from a concert. And it's like dude like that's why I didn't like that seen in bridesmaids. Oh, I hated that. I hate it. I hate scatalogical humor. I rose occasionally I occasionally something will make me laugh, but like it has to be savvy. But I got a lot of responses to this end a lot of them. I'm telling you. I think I think this might be my wheelhouse of funny. So did you pull some that? You wanted to read I'm going to find some that I wanna read is my own story too. But I don't know if I want to share that. If I had ever done it. And I'm just kidding. Oh, I loved this one. So this is from David Lee Goth who has been following me for a long time. And she writes I was living in Canada going to school, and it was the dead of winter. We decided to bake brownies. I eight one, but I'm a person who's a compulsive eater with no fucking sense, eight four more immediately. I spent the next two hours trying to tap what I thought was a maple tree. It was a light pole. And she writes, also, you're welcome in advance for what is obviously the most Canadian post ever. Like, I mean, I think very very common theme is people mistaking common objects for other things. Yes. And one of the most liked. One of the most like tweets was. Someone saying it was Emily how a said in my head. I figured out string theory and world peace and reality. I just kept repeating guys. Everything is connected. Oh, my God got fifty nine tonight. So I think that like that is the one that most people are relating to here's one I shared a chocolate. Chip Muffin with Spanish read in Amsterdam afterwards. She lost the ability to speak English. The spite me speaking, no Spanish, we continue to happily chat for around an hour until she couldn't speak in English again. I loved chatting of us so much. I have no idea. This is this is one that I like responded to because it was killing me this morning. This is from powers Cam. I think she writes, I didn't know that it took a while to kick in. So I went to WalMart to get some things caked in well there, and I bought all the fish from the sick tank that had lost fins eyeballs cetera from the tank filters. They all died on the drive. Here's one I can you to the I can't believe that they sell fish without eyeballs. Art mean, what are they gonna do? Exactly. Like, they can't. Yeah. That's not right. It's not. That's also no way to live like half. No Finn just floating around in a WalMart. Waiting for some stone chick to pick you up someday. Okay. Here's one used the weed oil to cook. Stir fry in all caps. Do not do this. And I've receded to shave my legs in the shower for like an hour pet. My cat until I got weirded out that I was sexually arousing him. Then experience my own death be killing evening..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"That's just the thing and everything and. To the rest of society. I'm not considered fat or anything. And like my friends told me that fat. But I just every time. I look at myself. I just like see all of that weight that gained. I just don't know how to feel better about myself. But I was hoping you could give some advice on that. I hope this voice note is crispy enough for you guys. Thanks bye. Yeah. I know exactly. How you feel? Oh, yeah. This has been this is very relatable. Especially for me this year. 'cause I yeah. Exact same. I will like for, you know, I don't know if you knew or whatever. But if people don't know I'd like definitely had I've was anorexic for like years, and like probably could still be. I mean, it's like something that you're always working on. But I gained ten pounds last year or over the last like, I guess like not that long and I did change about occasions. And I thought maybe that was at but my doctor said it's not like a weight gain medication. And I'm also not someone who has ever really like strictly dieted I go through healthy phases. Where like, maybe I'm like gearing myself towards a certain type of food more. But for the most part, I'm not someone who really is ever like starved myself, but I don't diet. So I'll I give into something. And sometimes when you go through a streak aware you're giving in to like. Cravings where you just don't stop like it just becomes like. Like that like some sort of like, not even a rewards as dumb it..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"But Shelley Duvall was just kind of like trotting out someone because they were famous, and she was she's quite L. But I do think well like episodes like this are I mean, they're tear inducing Lee funny in these packages like this is very sad. It's so sad. And I know that a lot of the people there is a lot of staging that happens. There's casting I have heard before that like they will tell people in advance. Like, we're probably gonna fudge like aspects of your story line. That's kind of a known technique in this world. But like a lot of these shows a lot of these doctor Phil's like the ones that I really am like, wow. This is crazy TV these people are very very not. Okay. A lot. Also, there can be attention seeking behavior that happens to a lot of people will go and ham something up, and like also, I think the cash me outside girls word of gave the show even more by veracity. Yeah. And also like it attracted an audience. That's kinda going to say anything to. To have the platform. And I mean, obviously that it's very flawed logic because doctor Phil's not going to birth to people with a burgeoning rap career. Like, this is that's it like she dodger fills never going to have a breakout. Like that again. So it's kind of like a fool's errand to go area shed act. Or acts mentally ill or fabricates sort of situation to be on Dr Phil. Yeah. But I know a lot of people do it. I think there's also a small cash incentive. I think a lot of times there can be situations. Similar to if you've ever seen like an intervention episode where the camera guys or the crew figure out that the person knows they're on intervention and they're doing it for the free rehab. There can be situations. Like that where I they shut everything down. But I don't know why I got on that. Why did I say that? I'm not sure either I was probably just free balling. But listen, oh, I was gonna say 'cause people know no that they might get free therapy, or they might get a free medical examination, or they they get hair and makeup done. I mean, people will do some really weird shit to get something free or have any sort of vague notoriety. And I think probably because most people don't value that as their number one thing it's like, well who whatever who would ever do that. But I think a lot of people would. So that was fun fun. Little fun little diversion. Let's go back to our calls. Hey, malls, Christina and guest. I'm just calling in because. I am feeling really bad about myself lately. And that is because I gained a boat ten pounds since graduating school vote a year ago, I'm twenty three. So I feel like I shouldn't have these feelings of just feeling really bad of myself gaining weight because everybody gains weight at some point like you gain weight as you get older..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"I get like unless it was like it was like something very serious like the person like assaulted me or something. Right. Right. You know that that never becomes less embarrassing time. But I think a lot of the like, you know. Girl, you dislike I know. Happy for your your the love like that you have right now. And don't focus on the hate. I think that's beautiful. I mean. Yeah. You got a lot going on go read guests set up that wedding website, go go shopping for dresses you plan. Okay. Lock. Chris said the registry. Yeah. Get off of instruments get like get on Amazon get on Pinterest girl star just fucking manically pinning all day long and just pin those Instagram feelings away. So do we do take another call? Yeah. Or do you want to hear like another piece of news for my life? Okay. Let's okay. What do you want? I haven't we haven't really liked caught up since apple picking. But. Notice I've looked different. So like that changes like the like. It's undeniable. What are you talking about? Molly. Well, you know, what I'm saying like so low I don't years I've been different and finally had the opportunity to do something about it. And I'm really excited because you don't like it's so expensive like all the hospital bills is in so fucking expensive. What hospital? I went on Dr Phil this week. What I won't on Dr fell. No. Yeah. I did. I want Dr Phil. Yeah. And I finally got help Molly. I'm so excited, Molly. Yeah. Molly, you wanna just watch it. What are you talking about? I was on Dr Phil. Let's just stuff. Just watch. It just watch it. No. It's really it's it's it's good news. I I honestly. It was it was probably one of the biggest problems in my life. And like a lot of it's been a private struggle like you've known ED's known. But it's it's been like a private struggle. And I actually got help Dr talking. What have I known Christina watch the clip? I am one thousand percent certain that I am six. I am getting six heartbeats your health..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"Can we heard an episode please advise while this is happening? Yeah. And it also be on my fuck and YouTube channel, I think I have YouTube dot com slash lender. Mommy, but I'm not sure. Like, I think I have Sundarban we should make sure you have that before we put this episode. Well, whatever also my tumbler got hacked like five days ago. And I know that there's people are posting porn on it. And like, I even got in touch with tumbler, and they were really like quick to get back to me. But I just kind of decided not to change it. I don't I think it's my new brands like I don't care. Hack away bitch like how fun with that. And berry everything I did in my twenty s. I'm fine with someone having a dig through seventeen pages of mourns signs embarrassing. Do you think your old stuff is still on there? No, it is my blog is still up. It's not like I thought they completely took it over have no idea. What how I have. Honestly either way. I don't care. Okay. I don't care like whatever I have a store now. So that's amazing. And what I'm really excited about is. Because this isn't a money making venture for me. But I will make my money back. I am my positive on that the only thing that might be a like a curb on that is the basic setup of it. Which is like I'm paying for like a month of space. I have to get racks like, I don't know if I'll have a mirror not I really wanna stick to the thirty minute time. Limit thing. I think that that's smart. I don't want to have any more than five people in there because set up, you know, isn't it's something that it's something that is it can't be can't have too much attention. This is almost like Warhol in or like like Warhol ish. Yeah. We're also brand new Speedo bathing suits out of a fuck. Art. Specific intentions of it. I mean. Yeah, I guess I I am Bank. See like, I will say that you may be God girl, but I'm Bank. See, okay. Honey. What if I really was Bank? See that'd be like fucking crazy, dude. That will be crazy. What if league banks is just like some fucking depressed? Thirty four year old woman. It was me the whole time. Like like all those years when I had bedbugs like back when I was twenty five like probably depreciate in value upon this career woman. Yeah. Like, I was in London like fucking spray painting all over the place. When like I was actually when I was pretending. I was crying at the max door because my laptop broke and also he didn't have electricity the like balloon girl actually held like for days on it. Like someone told you not to do fucking Bank stadium and be sick. We do you like my store actually really do think. It's cool. I think. Yeah. Reminds me a little bit. Honestly. Like very much like your mom. Yeah. No. I know I like actually was like kind of tripping yesterday because I was like realizing that I was like employing some of her thoughts and techniques like hand kind of the only main difference. And I think like my mom's was all like really high end designer stuff for the most part. Like there was definitely like affordable pieces as well. But like that's where like a lot of overhead came into is. Like, you got to populate a store like that. Right. So the cool thing with this is that I got four hundred pieces of clothing on load. I think and I'm excited because like I'm thinking of like, you know, Martha. Yeah. My cleaning lady like she's gonna love it. It would mean. Nothing more to me than for like Martha's daughter like show up till like school and page denim. And like fucking cashmere sweater that she got her mom got her for twenty bucks. Like, that's pretty cool that six..
"banksy" Discussed on Plz Advise
"You took like to be very clear in your communication, and you you're like professionals. Even in friendship situations. You know what I mean? Yeah. Like, I like, you're not like that. Like Stacey Jones. Like one of the things I love about hers that she is so professional, but she's also just like a bomb mass chick usually like no offense on my professional eighties out there. But like a lot of times, my friends who have serious jobs are like, I'm like, you know, they're not in the first eight people, I call it a hang out, you know, not high on my call sheep stays really high on my Kashi, but she sends like a Google invite for like, I don't even. I like, I always just right bachelor. I'm like what the fuck am. I supposed to do with this. Like, I literally have nothing. I don't have a use for this. But I, but she's professional and like that she needs that in her life. Yeah. But like, you're not like that you just like you. Right. You just write emails like like you. Right. I've thought you were mad at me before. Oh, she's like being really like. Like, if we were in a work setting, and you wrote an Email like that believes, it'll be a friendship Email, my work emails or even more like, they're probably so professional. Like, I decided at one point. I was like there's something nice about like type for me. Yeah. I never used to be like that. I used if you look at most of my old writing like it's like I wrote like a fucking college educated person. Yeah. Now, kinda just I don't give a fuck like I'll fire off a tweet, and I don't give a shit like sometimes we'll like really kill me if there's a typo, but like anyway back to you and your phone. I just feel like I mean, I know I've got like crazy as browsers open all the time. I've got like I have thirty five thousand unread emails I have over three hundred unread tax because at some point. I personally I was on such overload that I just stopped caring lake right to the point. Where like I don't check. I don't check Email. I think it's also not typical. Yeah. Yeah. And I'm wondering if it's like indicative of something else. Like well. Here's the t-. I obviously in the Sam way. Yeah. Like, I totally have like we one of the things we laugh about the most is just like what the fuck like who? Are you a like like we've been asking each other that question for like a decade now like what the fuck is? You're late. You're so like what? And so I've got a Walker for you in a minute. But no, I've been tested for autism twice. My mom told me, and I don't have it been tested Frattini's. My thought for a long time for sure for me, except like smart intelligent like I took an intelligence test. When I was like, very very young. Yeah. Five. Yeah. You're very smart. But like if you didn't have like, I mean, I only had all that stuff because I had learning disabilities. Right. Like, I go to like a special classroom. Right. I just want. I just feel like maybe somebody miss something. Like somehow I flew under the radar like, I'm right? Like, I'm functioning enough that I like pass as a mediocre suitor when I'm actually kind of brilliant and. On tax over here. Okay. Yeah. Well, you guys stay tuned for Cristina's called that will be exciting. Now. I would I'm excited for you that you're starting therapy next week. If you don't mind that I I am starting to me that so I'm excited for you. Maybe we can find a diagnosis for you and therapy for my God complex for your God complex. Well, that I love this new character that I'm developing. West over here in this new season, please advise because I'm just like I don't wanna talk to normal people. And also, I'm brilliant. Yeah. I like that. I like that. I love it. Well, the reason to me so long to find a therapist because it was important for me to go to a woman someone who was a woman and a person of color and soy, I finally was able to find someone who is both things..