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The Infamous Lost Suitcases of Lawrence Walsh

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 4 d ago

The Infamous Lost Suitcases of Lawrence Walsh

"And I was handling the representation of then the former attorney general Edward meese the iron countryman And as I was doing my research and over the transom came information That the independent counsel at that time Lawrence Walsh who was a real hateful in my view diabolical individual since deceased That he violated the espionage act Among other laws Here's a man who took the most secret classified information involving a foreign country As well as grand jury information put it in two suitcases mister producer As he was flying from Washington D.C. to the West Coast to question then president Reagan Checked those two suitcases as luggage And when he landed at LAX guess what The two suitcases never came out They came out on the carousel that goes round and round in your waiting They waited and they waited and nothing happened It was all secret and under the radar The FBI went on a secret mission for two weeks to find those documents You know where they found them mister producer They never did

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Cabrera, Marlins end Phillies' 7-game streak with 3-0 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Cabrera, Marlins end Phillies' 7-game streak with 3-0 win

"The Phillies 7 game winning streak has ended with a three zero loss to the Marlins Edward Cabrera and Tanner Scott began and closed the combined 7 hitter Cabrera struck out 6 over 5 and two thirds to get the win Scott worked out of jams in the 8th and 9th innings Scott fan JT real Muto with two on to end the 8th then wormed his way out of a no out basis load of jam to get the save Philly slugger and NL home run leader Kyle schwarber was pulled in the 5th inning with a mile calf strain Kyle Gibson was pinned with a Philly second loss in 14 games I'm Dave ferry

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Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

"And it puts some really vicious stupid people to work Now I would not call Sarah rump a vicious stupid person I don't know her All I said is she seemed like a 12 year old Her lack of substance in her writing style she took grave grave not even great grave offense She pointed out I'm a lawyer And she was upset at my ranting And she said of course I didn't provide any substantive information in response to her genius Of course I did it's right there on the video that she attached But she's a slow listener She said you know there's four elements for elements in greenhouse gases really Who knew Sarah I've studied this issue at great length many many years ago When you were 12 years old doctor Edward wegman from page one 32 of liberty and tyranny I wrote that book I thought you should know A professor at the center for computational statistics at George Mason university Chair of the national Academy of Sciences committee on applied theoretical statistics Board member of the American statistical association More than just a lawyer was tasked by congressional committee to lead a group of experts in examining the hockey stick evidence Now this evidence but like getting into great detail you see Sarah broadcasting you have limited time Which is why when you write a stupid essay you have all the time in the world

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CNN Reports Overwhelming Frustration Among Democrats

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:28 min | Last month

CNN Reports Overwhelming Frustration Among Democrats

"Here's CNN cut 16. New CNN reporting this morning about an overwhelming sense of frustration. Among Democrats over what is being described as mismanagement inside the Biden administration. One member of Congress calls The White House rudderless aimless and hopeless. Joining us now seen in senior reporter Edward Isaac dovere, who broke this story, Isaac, the call is coming from within the caucus. I mean, these are Democrats telling you these things. What do they say? Well, John, that's right. There is a lot of frustration that they want more action out of President Biden. They feel like days, weeks go by, there's not enough going on to say that they're taking decisive moves to combat inflation. Obviously, it's a big problem that is very complicated, but still they'd like to see some activity around it and they'd like to see that on other things. You'd like to see more decision making go on. They'd like to see some accountability when it comes to even firing people over the baby formula situation or other things before that that have continued to crop up in this administration and this White House and they feel like this is feeding a problem that the president has and the Democrats have going into the midterms in November that there is not enough decisive action going on that people don't feel like they're responsive enough to all of the problems that are there. And it's also feeding some doubts about where President Biden would be for reelection in 2024.

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Biden awards Medal of Honor to 4 for Vietnam War heroism

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden awards Medal of Honor to 4 for Vietnam War heroism

"President Biden has presented the nation's highest military honor to four soldiers in a ceremony he says is long overdue All four served in Vietnam They went far above and beyond the Call of Duty and the president says for decades they did not get the recognition they deserved Today we're setting the record straight He awarded the Medal of Honor to Dwight birdwell and Dennis Fuji both holding the ranks specialist 5 along with major John Duffy all three were there to receive the medal Staff sergeant Edward kind of shiro was killed in Vietnam 55 years ago and the president awarded his medal to his son Sagar Meghani at The White House

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Caller Proud to Be American After Family Fought for Our Freedom

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:23 min | Last month

Caller Proud to Be American After Family Fought for Our Freedom

"Yes. And you're proud to be an American. Tell me all about it, Edward. Well, my grandfather was in World War I. My father and three brothers in World War II, in four cousins, four cousins didn't make it back and two brothers didn't make it back. But they stood up for America. So that we could live free. And let me tell you that I can tell you our audience, it will say a great big thank you because this country, it's greatness, was built on the sacrifice of others and your family has played an amazing part in that and it's because of what people have given up that we can enjoy what we have today and it is certainly worth fighting for, isn't it Edward? Yes it is. Well, at two bed, mister Biden didn't love the country as much as the rest of us do because he downs it every time he gets out of the country. He does, and I know for a fact, every time I come back from a trip from overseas or just heading out of the country on a cruise when I get back on American soil, I thank God every single time because you don't know what you have until it's missing and there is no better place in America

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Alger Hiss and 'Gods of Deception' With David Adams Cleveland

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Alger Hiss and 'Gods of Deception' With David Adams Cleveland

"To you about the book gods of deception. So what's the general plot of this novel gods of deception with this background we've been discussing? Well, one of the things that fascinated me was how his managed to assemble a defense team. Most of them were Harvard Law School guys. They were, they were people that knew his pretty well. But I mean, when the evidence started coming through, I just couldn't believe how could these guys really believe their client was innocent? As the evidence, they had papers. It's top secret State Department papers with his handwriting on them. They had documents that have been typed on the Hiss typewriter, it was quite clear that Hiss was guilty. So how was it that his defense team could have stood by him through all of this? So the way I worked the fictional arc of the book was having one of the main characters be one of his defense lawyers who had actually defended him in the trial. And come 50 years later, the now the Edward demick is known as the judge in the book, is writing his memoirs. And he enlists his grandson. Who is a Princeton astrophysicist to help him to write these memoirs. And it's actually the grandson's exploration of what's in the memoirs and talking to his grandfather to try to figure out what had really happened in the algebra his case. And

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What Are Eric's Favorite Children's Books?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:02 min | 2 months ago

What Are Eric's Favorite Children's Books?

"My 11 year old son would like to know what were your top ten favorite childhood books? You know, I have to answer that another time because that is, it's one of those questions that are kind of jumps at me and I think I don't really know. I don't want to pretend that I was some big reader as a child. But I have many fond memories, but it's weird. I'm like, you know, because of C. S. Lewis, I think of children's books as books that can be read by children and adults. And so now I think one of my favorite children's books now, the Tim series by Edward are disowning an English man who illustrated and wrote these books, Edward are disowning, they are some of the most wonderful books for young people, but I had no clue about them when I was growing up. Obviously the Narnia books top of the list. I didn't read them till I was 30 years old. So I'm a little bit behind.

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Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

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Queen makes surprise appearance to mark new subway line

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Queen makes surprise appearance to mark new subway line

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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

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American Marxists: All That Came Before Must Be Destroyed

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 4 months ago

American Marxists: All That Came Before Must Be Destroyed

"The whole of Marx's thought this a chapter 6 of American Marxism It was the cleansing of history for the purification of future existence That is all that came before it must be rejected and destroyed by violent revolution if necessary To make way for Marxist society All will become clear a combination of propaganda pseudo events social activism and targeted personal attacks Has replaced traditional journalism Moreover it actively promotes the various causes and movements of American Marxism Propaganda said Edward bernays who was the father of modern propaganda and he wrote the book in 1928 propaganda Hitler Found it to be very persuasive and used it Propaganda is a consistent enduring effort to create or shape events to influence the relations of the public to an enterprise So vast are the numbers of minds which can be regimented So tenacious are they when regimented That a group at times offers irresistible pressure before which legislators editors and teachers are helpless That is the minority including elites and activists have discovered a powerful help and influencing majorities It's been found possible so to mold the mind of the masses That they will throw their newly gained strength that is propaganda In the desired direction the present structure of society this practice is inevitable So he says This wasn't so much a principle or tradition But simply a means to an end No I think so

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A Listener's Reaction to Tucker Carlson's 'Testicle Tanning' Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 4 months ago

A Listener's Reaction to Tucker Carlson's 'Testicle Tanning' Story

"Listen to the email from Jay in new London. Tucker Carlson's piece covered testosterone and sperm count levels in men plummeting. I didn't realize that's a thing. I guess men are having their sperm count levels in testosterone levels, plummet, to catastrophe. It's a trend when Jay and new London is excited about the answer because the solution apparently is treatments to boost testosterone levels and sperm count levels that involve testicle tanning now PS I don't doubt that Jay and new London is very serious about his email because he goes on to scold me. Here's what Karen, I mean, Jay in new London said. You have a tendency to blurt out assumptions on stories that you have not fully vetted. And it's not a good practice. That's Edward R murrow, writing from the grave. No, no, it's Jay from new London, Connecticut. Please start researching your dialog before you announce things that aren't true. What did I announce that wasn't true? I am assuming admittedly that men who are testicle tanning aren't the kind of man that our fathers and grandfathers and great grandfathers were, Jay. Now, maybe your grandfather would like to get his testicles tanned to help his testosterone count. But I'm going to suggest that mine would not.

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Coyle's OT goal lifts Bruins past Lightning 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Coyle's OT goal lifts Bruins past Lightning 2-1

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Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

"Evgeni Malkin had a goal and two assists for the penguins in a five one something in the lightning Sidney Crosby Danton Heinen Brock McGinn a J. cancel also scored as Pittsburgh won for the eighth time in its last nine road games Tristan Jarry stopped twenty shots for the pens Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves and peer Edward Bellemare scored for the lightning who had a five game winning streak snapped Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper was given a game misconduct for arguing with officials with fifty three point seven seconds remaining in the second period I'm Dave Ferrie

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What Does Charlie Think About the Government's Suppression of Speech?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 6 months ago

What Does Charlie Think About the Government's Suppression of Speech?

"Charlie, what do you think about the government's continued suppression of freedom of speech? In other countries, also in coordination with Silicon Valley. Thank you so much, Edward from Louisiana. Thank you, Edward. So this is something that is increasingly dangerous and something that we must be vigilant about, which is the government working hand in hand, the government working in harmony, with the tech companies to try to demand censorship. We saw this from the Biden regime back last summer where they even targeted turning point USA and turning point action because a text message that we were sending out where they want to restrict our text messages because we were quote unquote spreading COVID misinformation, which is now actually stuff that is now considered to be the science because the science has changed. We were talking about natural immunity. You're talking about all sorts of different things. Now, YouTube CEO recommends governments pass laws to gain more control over online speech and elsewhere, play cut 66. For our recommendation to governments want to have more control over online speech is to pass laws to have that be very cleanly and clearly defined such that we can implement it. There are times that we see the laws being implemented or being suggested that they are not necessarily clean or possible for us to cleanly interpret them. And we've also seen sometimes there's laws past just for the Internet, as opposed to for all speech. And I do think that's a dangerous area when we start to get in and say, oh, sure, you could say something like this in a magazine or on TV, but you can't say it on the Internet. So why would Google want regulation to shut people up? The reason is, of course, that they have an employee revolt happening at Google every single day because they have staffed their entire company with computer engineers that go to Caltech and Berkeley and Stanford and their incredibly liberal, and there are the censorship wars that happen at Google every single day. And they would love nothing more. The people of Google would love nothing more than the ability to be able to suppress speech and say oh, it's the government that's doing it and we just have to carry it out.

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Lawmakers Allege CIA Is Spying on Unwitting Americans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Lawmakers Allege CIA Is Spying on Unwitting Americans

"24 hours senators, CIA has a secret program that collects American data. This should not surprise you, by the way, at all. Even though the Central Intelligence Agency is forbidden by its charter to actually do work domestically. It should not surprise you the CIA is breaking the law and doing it anyway. Quote, the CIA has a secret undisclosed data repository that includes information collected about Americans. Two Democrats on the sent intelligence committee said. While neither the agency nor lawmakers would disclose specifics about the data, the senators alleged the CIA has long hidden details about the program from the public in Congress. Ron wyden of Oregon and Martin Heinrich of New Mexico sent a letter to top intelligence officials, calling for more details about the program to be declassified. Large parts of the letter, which was set in April of 2021 and declassified Thursday, documents released by the CIA were blacked out. Widen in Heinrich, said the program operated quote outside the statutory framework that Congress and the public believe that can govern this type of data collection. There have been long concerns about what the information, the intelligence community collects domestically, driven in part by previous violations of American civil liberties. The CIA and National Security Agency NSA, which Edward Snowden worked for, have a foreign mission, and are generally barred from investigating Americans or U.S. businesses, as I said. But the spy agency sprawling collection of foreign communications often snares Americans messages and data incidentally. So I've known plenty of people that worked at the CIA and high levels of the CIA. And whenever I confront them on this, I say, so the CIA is forbidden from doing work domestically. They laugh, they say, yeah, no one pays attention to that. CIA is whatever they want. People that have worked in the CIA openly admit it.

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Canadian Provinces Lift COVID Mandates After Trucker Protests

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Canadian Provinces Lift COVID Mandates After Trucker Protests

"Man. Freedom wins, Canadian provinces of provinces lift COVID mandates after trucker protests, so four Canadian provinces have moved to lift their COVID-19 restrictions as a massive protest by truckers continued blockades in Ottawa on Wednesday, and that's a paralyzing the capital city, which you guys know, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Prince Edward Island provinces have all announced plans to eliminate or roll back some or all measures, for instance, Alberta dropped its vaccine passport for places such as restaurants, immediately, and they're getting rid of mask at the end of the month. The moves came this week after a huge strong of truckers shut down

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"edward z" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Review i'm dahlia. Shenlin an armed given hope every week we bring you conversations with authors about their books and research and other things that we find fascinating topical. If you like us. Please consider becoming a patriot supporter by going to our homepage l. v. one dot fm slash tel aviv review. Scroll to the bottom and click the big red button that says patron click and support us. We're counting on you or yesterday's professor timothy. Brennan of the departments of cultural studies and comparative literature at the university of minnesota has written extensively on topics ranging from musical traditions in the americas to mark zeman culture to intellectual history and his eighth and latest book is places of mind. A life of edward eat and it falls under the latter category. It was published in twenty twenty one by farrar straus and zero and we are delighted to welcome him to the show Talking us from new jersey professor timothy brennan. Hello and welcome to the tel aviv review. Thank you hello. So eight. Life of edward eight why they indefinite article the short answer. Is that my editor. Insisted on it but After she did. I realized that it was the smart thing to do. I had written a lot about edward before this. Maybe thirteen essays. Some of which i've written while he was still alive. And those i'm sticking out my own theories and positions. I set about writing this though to not do that. I learned so much from the people that i interviewed and plumbing. Through the archives as well. I realized that there are certain experiences that certain people had with him that i couldn't have had and therefore offered perspectives. That i could never have come up with and my job is i saw. It was to triangulate and to as much as possible capture the many sides of edward site nevertheless i realized that there's so many different kinds of people so many smart people who have written about him Brilliantly in the past that it would be it's served to claim you know. And i think the word though would suggest that i was cleaning that this was the definitive and final and complete and comprehensive picture. Nevertheless that tried to be complete and comprehensive bet i recognize. That's probably impossible. I like it because it's a very i. It raises a sort of postmodern angle. This is one way of looking at it and there are others. Maybe wanna get into the many angles of who edwards side was. Yes well let me just note in passing that. Edward was very very dedicated. The idea of taking a position. So the notion of ambiguity ambivalence which really characterizes the theoretical milia in which he worked in the academy was one that i think he was rather resistant to He wanted there. To be this notion of the unopposed modern notion that there is a history that happened and that it can be recovered by the careful and responsible reading of texts about the past so this is a very important part of what he means by the term philology for example so he really believes that there are better and worse interpretations of the past. He wants to insist on the facts right. But just the very thing that the people who disliked orientalists and so much thought that he was guilty of not believing so I i don't think that he would be open to the idea that this is just a perspective just one perspective and every perspective is kind of equalled every other perspective this would be a postmodern notion that i think he would really reject so the idea here is have i in the writing of this. Biography called the right facts and have i assembled them in a plausible narrative that i think would be the bigger question getting to the need of your question though the many sides of edward well you know what can say. I mean he. He lived the polyphonic existence. And a number of different ways and he was of course a pronounced literary critic probably the most revered And influential of his generation. He was a an acerbic music critic. And according to people like his close friend daniel barenboim who would know Edward knew everything. There was to know about classical music even more than the people that barenboim collaborated with in a long career So there was this outlet of his That had to do with the knowledge of classical music history of performance All of the details into and and nuances of a counterpoint and of composition. Read music theory books. You know these were important than they were. Part of the humanist tradition so this would be another i mean. Obviously he was a professional conversationalist probably the genre of writing that he excelled in the most was the interview. And it's really that that made him a public media figure which would be another dimension of him right that he was able to think on his feet that he could charm. You know the socks off of a hostile interviewers on the nightly news that he could make jeanne kirkpatrick look like a fool. You know in an exchange you know. These were the things that as a professor glitter knowing that. That's what he was. You say who can do this but but this guy this is like it makes it fun and important to be a professor. You know in a way that never really existed before him or rarely existed before it so these would be some of the things that you know. I would say in answer to your question. But of course there's that other side which is.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Science Show

"Here's a puzzle requiring some lateral thinking. How would you control parking without parking meters leaving it to drivers with just one absolute requirement. Answer insist they leave their lights on. This was the brainchild of edward bono. Of malta we heard from him last week. He died in june but he lives once again in this conversation about his life from the science showing ninety ninety seven i was always curious i was always making inventions and trying things out and in fact when i was at school or two things that haven't won is i was the only boy with his own to the chemistry of orange. She's had good anytime segment. I was a school is about eleven and is a boarding school. I opened up an underground root through the shelters of the school through the middle of ago school. The shelters option to the town about half mile away. I devised all the keys and the maps and so on and the big boys sixteen seventeen years to have to come off me for my maps and my keys and permission to use my escape route to get into the gill school. No no no. Just on the way wouldn't been coaching improper behavior to get into the time. I'm going to have a beer. Well when such a person got a place at oxford to just about the most aristocratic college christ's church was that's a confrontation taking on at the high level. At all. in fact. I was elected to be president on these scottish reeling club even though the place was full of genuine sleds and so on on probably because i knew more pretty girls than anyone else did and they wanted those girls coming. Dodson's country club. What was your secret benefiting in in such an alien place simply not to start assuming that you're not gonna fit in. I think expectations set a lot way. You reading psychology. From the beginning. I was reading called. P p p which is psychology and physiology and you can do philosophy if you want instead of his algae. So i was reading that at that time only twenty. I think maybe thirty people in the heart of oxford were allowed to read psychology and it was very restricted. They're not much bigger. I enjoyed it. It was a little bit disappointing. It was a set amount of emphasis on rats and mazes and town rather than real people. But every experimental of course actually called experiments icon. You graduated them what happened. I'd already done medicine and mortar as a doctor. And then i graduated to them at the radcliffe. I did a d phil. Which is the oxford equipment. A phd in control blood pressure systems behavior. And so on. Then i went to saint thomas hospital and then went from there to cambridge university to help with presser iva mills starting the clinical unit. Then when i went that would just two of us. When i left those off of eighty five and then. I went to harvard for a while. And i came back to cambridge and so on only the most wonderful ivy league places. Well happened that way and it seems so far to be a conventional rise through the ranks of a medical doctor winded lateral thinking. Come in several. Things happened from psychology. I was interested in thinking. Then the key thing was in medicine. I was dealing with the complex system behavior circulation respiration sodium excretion endocrinology. How all these things interacted. So i developed some concepts of self organizing systems. Then in medicine is working with computers. This is way back this nine and sixty four the ibm. I think was seventy nine. Four hundred fifty but from medicine came the idea on self organizing systems so the key book was the mechanism of mind which i wrote nine sixty nine and that book was rather ahead of its time in fact probably the leading physicists in the world professor mario man at caltech read that book and he said it's interesting. You talk about these things. Ten years before mathematicians daughter looking at chaos theory stable systems on stable systems on etc talking about in my book and that really was the basis for then saying i'm dealing with creativity. What is the underlying mechanism. In the mind pattern forming a symmetric pattern the needs to cut across patterns provocation. All these things. So that's how it all developed. Then i started writing about it and then that part of society which showed the most interest was the business community because in business. You've got to think in many other parts of society political even academic. It's enough to defend your point of view improve your right in business. You can prove your right to blue in the face and go bankrupt next day. So there's a reality tests are business is always said. We need new ideas watcher during of interest to us. Because if you read my first book there's not a mention of business in it and so then. Obviously i developed several strands working with business working in education and also developing further ideas. You've got a tremendous feel for metaphor. It seems quite extraordinary. The rock logic and the water logic. See the hats and the very term lateral thinking. Is that the key to. It is see indirectly in what you say. Yes because i'm dealing with the perception side thinking now traditionally we've always put emphasis on the processing side of thinking. Mathematics logic on the perceptual side of thinking is extremely important. But we've always neglected and it in real life and visit david. Pagans at holland's has done research with cheese says supports what i've always maintained ninety percent of the mistakes of thinking almost takes a perception not logic. Now if you're dealing with perception you've got to deal with it in a different way and if you onto illustrator relationship or possibility then a metaphors way to do it. Back to business. Apart from the money goes businesses. Prepare to pay. Do you find it. Not frustrating having to do essentially pouty piece for the next hotel full of people in power suits rather than exchanging ideas in the academic way with your world is. The answer is no because the more you talk you find simplisafe better ways of explaining something you clarify things for yourself and as always amount of interaction i mean for instance. Far more interesting for me to be working with one particular corporation.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Because because you told me you saw from your perspective. Keira pushed him over the edge. Maria the grumpy professors lying. He's covering for us. Oh oh horrible. He was covering for cara because he he's grown to like us and support us right. They had a nice math discussion. Yeah after discussion. And then you know Cut to karen. I on a sailboat. And we're leaving prince edward island. Will we ever return. who knows. Wow well i mean it's you know. Part of me wishes that you guys would go through the legal system but the other part of me says you know you got away with it bomb voyage. Yeah what a beautiful scary love story. Thank you. I mean yeah. It's kind of a coming of age romantic thriller. I might say so. I mean i know it was. I had to do my best with a roughing budget and i think i i accomplished that. Oh i think you did. But i think that prince edward island i think like the i'm there's such beautiful campgrounds. You picked a beautiful. You know like home to be. And there's like like just gorgeous beachside campgrounds all throughout and i think that it is honestly a great place to go like like in a camper or camping in all that stuff as a great destination. It's got a little bit of everything for everyone totally. I think you're right. It's like your dollar goes pretty far there. I mean unless you're doing tons of lobster of course like the lobster isn't cheap yeah. I think it's like it would be a great place to camp and just take walks and swim in the beaches are supposed to be amazing. Yeah i know. I feel like we didn't even scratch the surface but it's definitely. It's definitely on my list of places. I'd like to go. And i you know i would love to go to a lot of places you talked about.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"They just still a cane. Sugar based spirit similar to moonshine or sugar shine with whispers of unchanged from not too sweet maple a core absinthe blueberry one of the most common berries on the islands and a local tart hack sap berry liqueur so and then this place was basically this red farmhouse building and they have like a really cute sort of outdoor space and picnic tables and you can do a little tour of the distillery and then you can you know get your drinks and go sit out on the picnic table and they also do live music and it just seems it seems really fun and it's definitely something that i would want to do if i were in prince edward island and of course. I'm pulling out the absence. I'm going absent all around. Pass that absent right. Drink it down down down. And so keira drinks too much absinthe and she decides to let loose she kind of puts on her wedding dress and she goes running into the water for a night swim and she ruins her wedding dress. Okay and like we're laughing and having so much she wear your wedding dress. She just like pulled it out. She had it for some reason with her. Oh my god okay and we're just laughing kind of like how we used to and then there's a flashback. This teenage keira running into the ocean water covered in blood. Oh no.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"On a boat all the time without anyone around so i'm sure you know. She's kind of digging in in a way people around her maybe aren't used to well. You mean sandal sandal. I'm sorry yeah. I mean eventually. Ask her to leave because she hasn't probably eaten really well like this. In months. she's been living out on the boat and so that she goes to town on the salad bar. Yeah she probably has like a like an entire lobster in her left hand and then like a head of lettuce or other hand and she's kind of going back and forth okay so now just checking in with my story here. This is around the time we see a flashback. As and sort of getting to know kera again. and by the way she's she's like engaged to some like dud. we can call him like eight. How about aj okay. So he's ha Ha so here's a flashback. To me and cara chasing each other up the stairs of an abandoned lighthouse laughing when we were kids like like teenagers like sixteen seventeen. Okay okay so you would get. You would get prosecuted if you had been found in. That lighthouse is what you're saying. Yes okay okay. So then My first activity is the bachelor party. Hell ya and of course it's me and keira and like you know all her girlfriends and kind of like you know prissy girlfriends. Let's do a quick where you walk into the bachelor party and i'm karen i'm curious like well-to-do friends okay. Okay i covered on. I'm probably like not wearing shoes. Yeah no sierra sandal. Yeah yeah you're wearing sandals and their feet are just like annihilated. they're just like covered in dirt and sand crabs and mussels growing mussels stuck to your foot. Hey year years sarah right or i'm sorry sandal. I've you can. You can call me whatever whatever works. So what's it like being back in your hometown. I heard you kind of left awhile ago. You ran away from something i've been. I've been gone for a while. Yeah but you know this place. Things don't really change especially the people. Well i'll tell you what. I still have my crown from when i won the potato festival. What is it. The beauty data is the potato beauty. Patch the potato choline. Well i'll tell you what some things don't change. I still have my crown from when i was awarded the potato when i when i was crowned potato queen. Yeah i can see that. You're you're wearing it. Am i a silly me. And it's not even my day anyway. Congratulations on that. I'm gonna go find cara. Are there any drinks at this jam. Factory I'll.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"On the oil rigs. I stop okay. Wow okay got it. Okay and my name is sarah but everyone calls me sandal because i'm always in sandals okay can't you see rules naming sandal sandal. Yeah i guess. I can't stand. That'd be a fun like to draw. Santa claus sandals clause and it's like santa and sandals iconic surfers. Santa of course it's been done okay. So just a little bit of back story care ab my old best friend. She comes from a prominent Prince edward family and she's been the potato queen for in high school for four years in a row. So this is a real thing. And i'm going to just show you this every year because prince edward island is known for their amazing potato crops and in fact they export them all around the world. There apparently these amazing potatoes and every summer there is a potato blossom festival. And i'm showing you the facebook. The facebook page for the potato blossom festival. And there's a beauty pageant where they crown him as potato blossom. Now this is wonderful. And i did come across the potato aspect of prince edward island. There is a museum the potato museum that is ranked like one of the best in the world. Yes it is amazing. And they're big mascot is just as huge potato. I love that okay and as you can see here. Here's a picture of miss potato blossom two thousand nineteen. She's very cute. So just to give you a little bit of insight on who care is she's irish heritage and she's like her family's really important there and me i'm from the wrong side of the tracks and it was an unlikely friendship but we were inseparable by best best friends until the summer of two thousand ten when i fled so okay so i had only fifty dollars to spend on accommodation. Luckily prince edward island is known for its camping. There are many Wonderful beachside forest campsites. There are these big family friendly campsites that have sort of like activities..

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Traditions that drawn scottish irish english and french. Heritage's that converged with the native missed mac. During the colonial period travel and leisure says those looking for acquaint vacation destination full of authentic local charm and leisurely living should visit prince edward island known for its tinted dunes and beaches which get their coloring from the high iron content in the sand. The island is notably most famous as the home of the beloved literary character and shirley from ella montgomery's early nineteen hundreds novel and giggles prince. Edward island was featured heavily as the backdrop of the book and wildly popular nineteen eighty s. Miniseries lonely planet dot com says. The astonishing thing is how little the islands landscape has changed since the writing of and of green gables farm houses fields creeks and dunes. Straight out of a children's storybook. Okay let's play case. So amanda you and i last week so it is my turn to take you on my trip to prince edward island while. I'm just really looking forward to this. Because i know you're a big Gable head what. I'll i'll let you in on a little secret. I have the. Vhs is growing up. I saw as a very young child. I hadn't seen it since and to prepare for this. I watched the miniseries..

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"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Big Ones

"And i will let you know that i did leave with a souvenir from the vaas museum as well and it was a beautiful like gold leaf mug. That does sound nice now then. I went to the aba museum by myself. You didn't come to that with me. Either i was trollop ing around trawler. Lying around the old town. Isn't it funny. We went on a trip together and we both did our own things. Just like this podcast. We'll see tonight. I'm doing my own thing. Where was our third companion. She was off doing her own thing. Young neal was there who knows we were all we. All traveled together said sia. None of us wanted to do the same things. And i think that's okay. I do think it's healthy. I want to remind our listeners. That as we go through our trip today to prince edward island you can follow along on our custom. Google maps that we post in the show notes. We tag all of the locations. We're talking about in there. So if you wanna play along as you're listening that's a great to do and also if you want to vote for who trip you'd rather take and we announced the winners on the unpacking episode. I you can follow us at the big ones pod on twitter and we also post maria makes these beautiful collages of our trip so that's also a way to get a visual okay. Oh and just a reminder that this week. We're traveling to prince. Edward island canada and last week we spun the wheel of adventure i am roughing it with the budget of zero to fifty dollars a night. I'm traveling for a wedding. And i have a gift card and i am traveling on a luxury budget. Which is six hundred fifty dollars to two thousand dollars a night on girls on a girl's trip. Oh and i have to see some form of of live entertainment right. Well should we. Should we dive into you. Know should we. Should we put on our canadian. You know flag sweatshirts and and mosey on up to canada. Let's go.

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"edward z" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Science Show

"And this is a sideshow on aren coming from an inner city coffeehouse in elites ville. Well not exactly in a city nor town actually. The population here is only four hundred. Ninety seven mostly parrots and i can see cattle grazing from my window and the coffee comes from a well. Actually my kitchen doesn't know what to call it. Beige i suppose tastes like sheep. Drench fit all of which reminds me of the passing of edward de bono. A maltese born thinker. With as many degrees as ductile debono died just a few days ago. And here's an event. I shared with him in northern queensland long ago and my apologies to david rutledge of the philosophy zone on our in the stories about tae a student who goes to his professor and says that he wants to study philosophy and the professor said yes. That's very good but do you understand what is meant by philosophy. So students said yes of course philosophy to do with truth meaning the purpose of life and important things like that so the professors had. Maybe that's not good enough. He said i'm going to ask you a test question. Suppose you have two people. One of whom is clean and one of whom is dirty. Which person would give a bath so tunes. That's pretty obvious you give a bath to the person professors had. Maybe but that's not philosophy that's logic let's try again clean person dirty person to which one to give the bath student. Again insists on the dirty person. Professor says no. Let me explain. The clean person is more motivated to be clean. That's why that person is clean so boss means more to the clean person so give a boss to the clean person. That is psychology. He said we'll try one more time. He says clean person dirty person which want to give the ball. The students has. I'm totally confused. I don't know what you expect me to answer. I don't really know what you're asking me. Professor said that's fine. That's philosophy it would bono with one of his typical fables to demonstrate effective thinking. This is what he's trying to show now. Philosophy caused does have its value. But what i'm more particularly concerned about is thinking. The second reason for that story is that in fact huma is the most significant function of the human mind. The reason isn't it tells us more about the information processing system in the brain than anything else. I'm not going to tell you another story. Which has quite a different implication the stories about an englishman who arrives at rome airport and is met his italian host and the host takes him to the car and they drive off and they come to traffic light which is center red and the italian drive straight through so the englishman's a little worried and he says to his host said do not see the red light and the host said yes. Of course he said. I saw the red light but italy. Red light is just an opinion justice suggestion say they drive on. They come to another red light and italian drive straight through and the third one by this time. The englishman is virtually panic stricken then they come to a green light and italian slams on the brakes emergency stop and english nearly goes through the windscreen and he said why did you stop at a green light. So the italian said well. Don't you see how they drive in italy. In other words you get caught up whatever. The system is the logic within that. Cyst edward bona with me in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and so as a.

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"edward z" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Hey weirdos i'm ash in i'm elena and this is it is morbid and it's morbid and the morning could you tell i you could tell said you know how last time i was like. That's the song goes. Somebody was like. Oh that's like troy abed like it sounds like that show. Oh my god. You're right. And i didn't even think that that's not what it is. It's getting we love a troy and abed moment. I love community. We truly do. It's on netflix. On net flicks to. Oh shout out to my community college brethren because we used to like think that they watched us and community college data show about it. So tell me stories. And i'd be like yeah but i saw that on that episode. And you're like no i did that. I yes we're like. No we did that and listen joel mchale. It was me. I'm saying so shout out to you guys. You know who you are your own. Sammy and jeremy their ability. I only know. Joe and joe crows the bus joe crow. We love you so yeah. I think there's really not a lot lake at least right this second going on in the true crime worlds via i think everything is like still for a moment but i did see and i'm really excited about it. I'm sure everybody else will be that. buzzfeed unsolved has a new season out our male counterpart are male counterparts. Shane and ryan. And i think we're them. I really do. And i truly think that we need to collaborate them. I'm going to manifest it right here right now. Shane ryan you. You're invited. We're ready to do this. So let's do this because it would be amazing so much fun. I love buzzfeed unsolved so much. You actually got me into it. Yeah i love it. So i was excited to see. I think i saw both of them tweet like a couple of days that there's a new season so go check that out. We're not. We're promoting them just because we like them being. This is not an ad. I promise but i think that's really all we gotta we gotta go over. I think so too. This is your episode. Not mind this is my episode guys. What you don't so. Let's do this so today. We are going to be covering the case. John edward robinson. Oh my god you know that. I thought you were doing an entirely different case than i was like. I almost went to say it with you. And then i was like a show. That is not what i'm doing. Excuse me no..

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"edward z" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"edward z" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And i'll let you tell me more about these horses because i mentioned in the first half of the program that you've had the chance to be around some really good ones and one of those you're able to be around in the early days anyway. Was dubai millennium a horse. It was a multiple grade. One winner one nine or ten lifetime stars four point four million dollars in earnings. You had the privilege to be around him on. Tell me about that story. Yeah very early on. He came in from one of the stugz. One of the sisters starts at and and they came in. And i remember Jimmy lennon was. The jimmy was the pre-trading her at the time and he used to bring them in and he'd like me try using them long. Ray get up that early work into. It's where we basically walk like a writer but you're underground long. Rams we run show. I don't think that they don't do much over here. But it's very much a traditional way of breaking horses at home and you put on the saddle and the saddle and abroad when you run long. Raise like nudged lines And walk behind the horse. So you put an ice mouth on them without having a writer on board if that makes sense okay And you launch that both on and the whole thing and And he was quite a headstrong character. He came in. We started on my remember. We start them all over again and he was just a big strapping cold. Like like most of those calls we had there. I mean someone may when you look back at it like a move to wacky teber Got there were two hundred. Eighty five I mean you could just name on. And on. And i'm one was more beautiful than the next. There were just great great pedigrees. They've had there were great. Physicals wasted been does anything under five hundred kilos. There were just massive massive horses and he was a very headstrong cold very natural Can't say anything that that how to milan in life because just a gifted gifted athlete. There are so many others. I wanna flip through with you but we are down to the final three minutes or so in the program. This hour long visit has flown by Feo rent is another one. I wanted to ask you about the winner of the two thousand thirteen melbourne cup. And unfortunately we don't have time there. You had horses in your care. We talked about dame maglio and group three winner. Robin hood's bay Didn't get to those horses either. But that's okay. Because i know we're gonna have more big horses to talk about the road. What does the future hold now. At least you hope it holds for ed von here in the united states should look all you can do. Is hope that you do well with every that sent here but You know it would be nice to find the reading. You know a proper group. One horse straight one arson and the next couple of years And that's what would be striving to guess. But like i said. I'm never going to be a big numbers trainer but i just want to try and train more quality over over quantity. And that's that's really. What more can you expect. You can only hope hope for it but you know you gotta you just gotta hope that was nice. Horses come along. They're rare but they do come along. Yeah they do and you have to think with your experience in your background in your resume that those horses are in your future for sure at always like to wrap it up the final couple of minutes of the show by asking trainers to let me know something about them. We haven't talked about yet. That people might be interested in other hobbies other interests other things. You like doing outside of horse racing. What might be Fishing i love fishing. And i have been able to do because it. New market You don't get much time off and you you know there were many rivers. It's very flat area. And you don't have any nice chalk streams and rivers and And i'm looking forward to doing a little bit about the odd odd easing When when we then get familiarized with with the locality. So i'd like that that's fly fishing and i also to Pity shooting into winter is through a lot of peasant shooting when when time permitted Look forward to that as well and And working my dog. that's really it but at the wonderful labrador. He seems to be no. Denial him and And he's one of the retrieving dog. So i enjoy taking him out and working him as well. What a wonderful visit. It's ben at vaughn. My special guest here on trainer talk presented by phasing tipton. Ed i hope you get a chance to get out and enjoy all of those things that kentucky has to offer and i. I hope you pick up those grade one winners before too long. I have a feeling it won't be long before you're in the winner's circle with some of these big races. Really appreciate the visit this morning and Or this afternoon and all the best going forward. That's very kind might thank you very much date at vaughn. If you miss any portion of the show head to our website horse racing radio dot that you can check out the podcast at your leisure producer dela pena and for my special guest ed vaughn. I'm mike.

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"edward z" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Out, welcome back I've got Edward Marshall Online Edward How are you? I'm doing great uncle. Great to have you so you're back story and the story and your books everything you're doing is amazing and I when I found out about you thought I need to get you on the show. So tell the audience a little bit about you and then we'll dive right into you know how important collaborative leadership is especially now Well Thank you Michael This really appreciate this opportunity I I'm in my fifth year of teaching leadership due to both engineers and business school students, and. But. Before that, I spent forty years in the field. With my own consulting company working with Fortune Five, hundred companies like depan Marriott Phillips lack of soft and so. On five continents. So I come to the table with a lot of cross-national experience in Brazil South Africa Ethiopia, and so on. And The the work that I've been doing with these with hundreds of teams and thousands of liters actually. Is The roll up your sleeves dirt on your fingernails kind of work. You know this is not the the work will be talking about today is not. There is a theory, but it's not theoretical sense of you know the academic sense of. It is a grounded and this. Question of what is it GonNa take for you guys to be able to work better together. To able to achieve results and so the result of all of that. Was something I call is something I'll call the collaborative method. Gladys method is. The complete transformation of an organization from hierarchy to collaboration whether the individual level team level or level or even at the global level. So it's won awards has got a couple of bestselling books associated with it and the you know. Let's let's get into it. Collaborative leadership is crucial and I find the organizations that do really well, and even during recessions and pandemics are one that are collaborative in nature. All the pieces work together they're connected. They're not silo into all of these different entities under one roof or will now in the case of many organizations under hundreds and thousands of roofs called everybody's homes, but the end of the day. was. That collaborate in how believed the organization and how they do everything else. Those are the ones that tend to be able to navigate through choppy waters like we're facing right now. Exactly you know one of the things I've I'm realizing as I. Spend, time, listening, and reading and talking with people. Is A we're in a we're in a time of great fear anxiety as you know I mean we all know what the what the realities are mentioned Kobe nineteen in a I travel with the thought of. The estimations of or thousand today by Christmas. But you know we don't have a plan. and. Along with that is the comic collapse over one hundred, thousand businesses out of business, and we see what's happening airlines and other companies, bankruptcies and so forth. There's clearly loss of public trust. and. Ethical challenges that many of many organizations face and there's just a tremendous amount of uncertainty about the future. So. I think the question that I'm looking at is so what can collaborate later do this kind of environment. You know what to talk about in you know the issues fourth evolution. Collaboration for the twenty th century as both that just came out September fifth. Is that what leaders can do in this context on I is to provide. Health and safety ensure the health and safety of their workforce. So that's the physical health and the psychological safety of the workforce I a client is as a company. Had want to zoom about March twelve fifteen. And the CEO did was he said look. We have no idea what this what this entails with us look good. And so I want you to go home. You're going to be working for virtually for the foreseeable future he invested heavily in on making sure they have the right technology and about six months later. I had the privilege of. Talking with a number of them. I asked him the question I said how's it going? what's it like working in your environment? So question shine would ask and they said we feel like our CEO cares about us that we a we feel safe. Working our tails off and I can tell you that know their work did not skip a beat. They have really really happy customers and I think that that's emblematic of. Is is should not be a choice of your money or your life. And just like with our kids, you know it shouldn't be a choice of. Your education or your kids lives. And so I think the CEOS, the executives who are protecting the safety of their people is are the ones who are going to be much more successful secondly, I. Thank for leaders they can trust the science not the politics We have remarkable epidemiologists, infectious disease experts, and policy experts like Laurie Garrett and others who are who are familiar with all of this let alone doctors. A national treasure doctor FAUCI. And so. We can we can we need to listen to them and trust them and make our decisions based upon the science and I think thirdly. In if you do those two things. Then you have a workforce that is going to be listening and they want you to listen to them are people the people that I am talking with in hearing about are anxious to have a conversation they want to be heard they have these feelings of fear and anxiety and how it's going to be addressed, and so what the collaborative leader can do is to provide stability and assurances Anna safe space for people to have that conversation, and then finally I think what they can do is once you earn that respect that credibility want the leader collaborative later will do is engage their workers to actually solve some real problems is co creation based on the principle of ownership. So I think those four things are things that we can do they troubled times and.

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"edward z" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"I still have that book. So because Gorey's original books are illustrated and they often feature children as characters and because about twenty of these. Original books are alphabet books. Sometimes people think of him as a children's author and because terrible things often are happening to these children. These children in the books. He's also often imagined to have hated children but really in his adult life. He didn't know any children he didn't have any into in typically for them at all. At every time this came up in an interview he consistently would be like no. I don't actually know any kids. While many of his books were suitable for most ages others had a decidedly adult. Twist for example. He illustrated the recently deflowered girl. The right thing to say on every dubious occasion published under the pseudonym of Miss Hyacinth Phipps. It's a photo advice. Manual written by Mel Jeffey for what lady should say after being deflowered in a variety of odd and sometimes awful situations. Gory also wrote and illustrated the curious sofa a pornographic work by audra weary which contains no nudity or explicit language but also points the imagination in a very particular direction today many but not all of Gorey's books are available in collections with names like amfar gory angry to the first of these came out in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. Although gory himself preferred his books as they were originally printed and bound. Today a lot of them are out of print outside of these collections. You can definitely find a lot of standalone books too but there are things that are those collections that it's it's hard to find in any other way gory died on April fifteenth. Two thousand at the age of seventy five following a heart attack that he had had a few days before he was cremated with part of his ashes sent to be buried with his family part floated out to sea on a raft made of branches from the Magnolia Tree that grows outside of Elephant House and a small part save to be scattered in the yard where the cats were to be buried. After the last of their deaths he left most of his estate to Edward. Gorey Charitable Trust which funds animal welfare organizations at gray was actually really interested in animal welfare particularly cats and bats and in general the welfare of animals. He actually gave up wearing all those famous for coats as he became more interested in animal. Welfare later on in his life when a family of raccoons invaded the elephant house he let them keep living there almost as penance for having worn raccoon coat for so long by the time he died. He amassed a collection of twenty one for coats which the found the foundation started off selling at a rate of one per year and then sold the rest at auction in twenty ten as a fundraiser. In two thousand and two the Highland Street Foundation purchased Edward Gorey home and today is the Edward Gorey House Museum which is open seasonally. Edward Gorey's influence continued to grow in the last decade of his life and after his death and a twenty eleven article in the New York Times Daniel Handler the author of a series of unfortunate events which is published under the name Said quote when I was first writing a series of unfortunate event events. I was wandering around everywhere saying I am a complete rip off of Edward Gorey and everyone said who's that now everyone says that's right. You are a complete rip off of Edward. Gory that delights me Daniel Handler. Dragging himself cracks. Me Up a little bit. The first volume of that series of books came out the year before Edward Glorious Death Neil. Gaiman had actually said that. He wanted Edward Gorey to illustrate his Co. Arline but gory died the day that game and finished writing it. I don't actually know if Tim. Burton has ever specifically cited Edward Gorey as an influence but a lot of people writing about timber to make that connection well. The style is very similar of his drawings for sure So whether he said it or not. I think you can't discount. There's a very valid connection there and Tracy included this quote in her outline to end with quote for some reason. My mission in life is to make everybody uneasy as possible. I think we should all be easiest possible. Because that's what the world is like and that was Edward Gorey is quoted by Richard Dyer in Boston Globe magazine in Nineteen.

"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Zimmerman and Jason Epstein. Who He knew from Harvard Epstein soon offered him a job at the art department at Doubleday Anchor in New York City. He started out doing paced up and corrections of other people's work and eventually started designing book covers. He was good at it and he was efficient which left him time to work on his own projects and to do additional work as a commercial illustrator in his own work. He was primarily drawing in black and white because he knew from his day job that it would be hard to find a publisher for full color illustrated books at the time but the covers that he was drawing while at anchor. Usually we're in color often with subtle muted tones. There are people who've written whole papers about Edward Gorey's use of color on the book covers. He was drawing for publishers especially since his own his own books are so often in black and white. Gorey's first book which was the Unstrung Harp or Mr Erase writes. A novel came out in Nineteen Fifty. Three this is about a frustrated man. Trying to write a novel it's the closest to an autobiographical work probably of all of his work. The listing attic followed in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Neither of these books sold particularly well there and later on. Gory bought up copies that he found on remainder tables to give them as France's presence. Soon after moving to New York gory found one of his truly great loaves. And that was the New York City ballet under the helm of its founder. George Balanchine. Gory had been to the ballet before he had gone as a child in Chicago. But after attending a few performances in the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three season he started attending more and more of Balanchine's productions until starting in nineteen fifty six. He was attending literally every performance. This took dedication apart from the obvious that is a lot of ballet to his hand. At Christmas time it meant attending nearly forty performances of the nutcracker granted an interview with him where the interviewer was like. Please explain this to me. How are you able to sit through thirty nine performances of the nutcracker laughing so hard I feel like should one day? Someone attempt to write a biography of me would be like and she saw star wars thirty seven in the so. I understand a little bit how you could go see the nutcracker forty times in a row well it was forty times that are row for like years and years in a row like he did it every season and then be saved all of his ticket stubs from all of these trips to the ballet. He loved the ballet. So much. That in Nineteen Seventy. He wrote the LAVENDER. Leotard or going to the New York City ballet in this initially came out in playbill as part of the celebration for the Bally's fiftieth anniversary when the lavender leotard came out as its own standalone book Edward Gorey hand painted covers for its first run addition because the printer had not been able to match the exact right shade of lavender. This is how dedicated he was to the New York City Ballet. I love him so much. Gory wrote one other book explicitly about ballet during his career. The Gilded Bat which came out in nineteen sixty six but the influence of ballet is clear in his other works as well. The people he draws often have turned out toes elongated extended poses and even when something terrible is happening to them a sort of graceful presence on the page on nights. When Gory wasn't going to the New York City ballet he was often at the opera or the movies and he became a very recognizable presence around New York City. He typically war a full length for coats over jeans shirt and Converse sneakers and he wore a lot of very heavy jewellery especially rings. A lot of which was made out of iron or brass was very recognizable person. So if you WANNA throw together a fun. Halloween costume go is Edward Gorey. It's pretty easy to put together. And it's kind of nerdy and cool He also started accumulating the books that would eventually grow into his own personal library. During this time he loved to read any tended to come back home with a book anytime he left the House. A particular favorite was Agatha Christie. Who He had been reading and rereading since childhood he also loved Jane Austen describing her as his idol. Another favourite was anthony trollop although he did not revisit trump's work very much as he got older and he also loved poetry particularly the work of W H Auden. He did not love everything he read though and he was very candid about authors and actors and anyone else that he did not particularly like so he made no secret of the fact that he despised nearly everything by Henry James in spite of the fact that he had drawn the cover art for some of Henry. James's books there is a little sign in the Edward Gorey House today. That says please know Henry Tapes in the Edward Gorey House love it. So Much Gorey's New York City apartment also became home to a number of cats many of them named after characters in mercy's sake Shaquille Booze eleventh century Japanese novel the tale of Ganji another lifelong favourite work of literature throughout this time in New York City. Gory was writing and illustrating his own books. Even though most people remember him for his art he really thought of himself as a writer. I with every line he would think. Can this make a drawing? But he didn't actually start illustrating until he was satisfied with the words and he revises he went. He would get one sentence exactly right before he moved onto the next one in nineteen fifty. Seven Doubleday published the doubtful guest which carries a lot of the hallmarks of his later. Work a peculiar guest. Who looks a little like a penguin shows up at a mansion inhabited by a that looks somewhere between Victoria and warden? Whatever it is. The guest is ill mannered and weird and it has been bothering the family for seventeen years at the end of the book. The very strange the object lesson came out a year later. I tried to figure out how to sum up the object lesson in a sentence. It's not really possible in some tongs. And it's it's very surreal. It's one of the things that people point to you when they talk about. Surrealist influences on Edward Gorey so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The doubtful guest caught the eye of Edmund Wilson. He wrote about it in an article called the albums of Edward Gorey in the December issue of the New Yorker. This brought Edward Gorey a lot more attention than he had before and it was the first time a lot of people had ever heard of him. Although at this point he was creating so many book covers for Doubleday Anchor that they almost certainly seen something he had drawn before. Nineteen fifty nine was also when gory left. Doubleday anchor to serve as art director at looking Glass Library which set out to repackage classic works for Children. In addition to being the art director he helped select some of the twenty eight books that were ultimately published and he did illustrations for a few of them. The most famous was his illustrated war of the worlds which came out in nineteen sixty. He also illustrated a book of Ghost. Stories called the haunted looking glass and he also chose the stories themselves for that one looking glass library folded in nineteen sixty two and gory started doing some work for other publishers. As well as working freelance including designing advertisements he also started granting permission for his existing illustrations to be used in other work. One example from later in his career is an end of life. Planning booklet called. Before I go you should know my funeral and final plans. Which was distributed by funeral? Consumers Alliance sorta seems perfect for Edward Gorey to have agreed to Also in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the much beloved the Gash Lee Chrome Chinese debuted as part of a three volume work called. The vinegar works three volumes of moral instruction which also included the insect God and the West Wing. The gas leak chrome Chinese has never been out of print that same year. Nineteen sixty was a big year. Edward Gorey and Francis selloff launched the fantastic press stella was founder of the Gotham Book Mart. Which is a bookstore. In literary haven that had become the primary distribution point for a lot of coursework. Gotham Book Mart is where gory sat to hand paint all those copies of the lavender Leotard and when it opened an art gallery in nineteen sixty seven. He was one of its first exhibitors. Gory and steal off launched fantine press together because gory had trouble finding a publisher for a lot of what he had written and he wanted a way to publish it himself. The press's first book was the beastly baby. Which was the first word gory had ever tried to publish? It was one of the many books that came out under a pseudonym that was an Anagram or near Anagram of Gorey's own name in this case Audra weary the beasely baby features a big sticky shrieking gurgling. Baby that does horrible things burn the upholstery with acid. According to Gory people so angry. The mothers tore it up and mailed the pieces back to him. I have always contended that. Seeing this book as a kid is one of the reasons I never wanted. Children in the late nineteen sixties. Gory started spending more time on Cape Cod Massachusetts transporting his cats with him back and forth between there and New York City. He was always in New York during ballet season but eventually he would move out to the Cape permanently. We're GONNA talk about that after another quick sponsor break. Here's something good is a new show from the Senate women podcast network and Iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring you the goodness the silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good is a short daily show but offers inspiring stories helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire. You every day. We're letting you in on the best advice. We've done the news. 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"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Through these times. We're living in. It's our host faves playlist yet. These are just some of our personal favorites that we had a particular affinity for end because either stressful and trying times. We tried to stick to the ones that weren't quite as Dour. So hopefully they'll give you a little lift stay safe. Welcome to stuff. You missed in History Class. A production of iheartradio and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fine once you have read some of Edward Gorey's books. It is almost impossible to mistake his work for anyone else's unless maybe they are intentionally working in the style of Edward Gorey is black and white pen and ink. Illustrations look almost like engravings. They're just full of hatching cross hatching. The words are lettered by hand and the stories a lot of times unfold through their rhyming couplets or limericks there's some of their verse the plots a lot of times and really ambiguously or they never resolve at all it's this gloomy forboding typically Edwardian world that's populated by bats and Cassen odd creatures and grown-ups who are usually in very glamorous clothing and a lot of children who somehow come to harm one of his most well known books which was an Alphabet. Book called the gas leak. Chinese M is for Maude. Who was swept out to sea and is for? Neville who died on we the other. Tiny's are insulted by bears. They're sucked dry by leeches. Their run through with all. It's all very darkly whimsical. So if you don't know much about Edward Gorey's life. You might imagine the person who did this to be a Dour Englishman with the peak of his career. Maybe sometime in the nineteen twenties thirties. Whose own childhood was marked with a series of tragic deaths but Edward. Gorey was none of those things. No use the delightful. He's going to talk about today. Edward Gorey nicknamed Ted was born. Edward Saint John. Gorrie on February twenty-second Nineteen twenty five in Chicago Illinois. He was the only child of Edward. Leo Gory and Helen Garvey. Who divorced when he was eleven. His father later remarried singer and Guitarist Korean. Amirah who is most well known for being the Guitar Player at Rick's Cafe America and the movie Casablanca Gorey's parents remarried one another in nineteen fifty two already kind of whimsical and the family had predominantly Irish roots with ancestors on both sides emigrating to the United States in the mid to late nineteenth century. Although his father was Roman Catholic and his mother was Episcopalian. Gory himself wasn't particularly religious. And later on in his life would say that if he was anything he was a daoist. He was also quite precocious and he started drawing before he was even two years old. His oldest surviving drawing called. The sausage train is of the trains that passed by his grandparents house in Chicago and he drew that when he was about eighteen months old. And this is full of oblong shapes that are recognizably trains. But they were also very definitely drawn by a small child so it's not like he just without realistic. Drawings and people went vendor Kim's no I mean it's it is starting startlingly adept for an eighteen month old but still obviously a child's drawing by three Edward Gorey had taught himself to read and by five or six. Sometimes he would say seven and interviews very little bit. He had read two books whose influence on his own work is really obvious. Alice in Wonderland and Dracula. So if you ever read and Edward Gorey Book and said Man. This is like if Allison Wonderland had a baby with Dracula. You're exactly right. That was right and all the gory described his upbringing as very ordinary mid-western Childhood in reality he moved around a lot by the time he left for college. He had at least twelve different addresses including staying with relatives in Florida for a brief stretch after his parents divorce. He was overall a good student and he was bright enough that he skipped first grade but sometimes after changing schools his work would waver a little as he adjusted to a new environment by eighth grade. Gory was drawing illustrations for the school yearbook as well as participating in Typing Club Art Club Shakespeare Club and Glee Club along with serving as assembly. President he also some time in those years learned to play the piano. The most stable period Gorey's education before college was when he was at Chicago's Francis W Parker School. He enrolled there in the ninth grade and he graduated on June fifth. Nineteen forty two in while there. He was clearly interested in art hanging out with a click of other artistically inclined students and participating in his school our show in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine reportedly his senior yearbook had no photo of him but a blank spot where he draw himself in when people asked. Gory was offered several college scholarships when he graduated from high school but World War Two was underway by the time he got out of school and he was drafted into the United States. Army he was only able to take a couple of classes at the Art Institute of Chicago before reporting for duty from nineteen forty-three until after the end of the war he served stateside as a clerk. Spending most of those years at dugway proving grounds in Utah was a testing ground for biological and chemical weapons and countermeasures. Gory did not talk a whole lot about his world. War Two service when it did come up in interviews. He virtually always mentioned the dugway sheep incident which took place much later that was in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight incident in which thousands of sheep were killed in western Utah purportedly by nerve agents from the facility. But it was well in the military that gory started writing plays as a way to occupy his time after being discharged from the army. Gory enrolled at Harvard. Which is paid for by the GI? Bill where he majored in art but in French literature. Even though he wasn't majoring in art he continued to both write and draw. He published poems and stories and the campus magazine signature as well as illustrating for the magazine and for other publications at Harvard. Gory became friends and for a couple of years. Roommates with poet Frank O'Hara they decked out their dorm suite with rented furniture and they made it into their own little sullom poet. Donald Hall and other Harvard Graduate is quoted in Harvard. Magazine is saying quote. They gave the best parties. O'hara was definitely the bigger partier of the two young men though so they eventually drifted apart a bit And this'll be an ongoing theme Gorey's life. He was charming and generous. Once you got close to him but he often preferred to be more solitary than social. Gory graduated from Harvard in Nineteen fifty and he stayed in Cambridge Massachusetts for a couple of years after that working in bookstores and helping to start the poets theater. The poets theaters founders and original members. Were all students or recent graduates from Harvard including Alison. Lurie John. Ashbery and Donald Hall. They would stage their own and revival works of poetic drama even though he had been writing poems and since high school and plays since his time in the army. A lot of Gorey's work with the Poets Theater was more as an artist and designer for both the stage and the productions programs and promotional materials. You can still see like scans of old programs that he drew in these years immediately after he graduated. Gory stayed in Massachusetts for a couple of years. Mainly working part time in bookstores before he made the move to New York City and that marked a huge shift in his life and career. And we're going to talk about that more after we pause for a sponsor break support for stuffy missed in history class comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Home today is so much more than it was yesterday. But it rocket mortgage home is still about you during these challenging times. We're all experiencing the top priority. Rocket Mortgage is the health and safety of the communities they serve and while things are changing quickly every one thing that will never change is their team's commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience possible. That's why if you need mortgage support. Their team of experts. Is there to answer questions and offer solutions? 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You can play it whenever you want to. For whatever amount of time you want to be long or short it is a game made for adults but it's full of adorable bug characters which are my part of it. They are fighting off slugs in a game that you progress through with a series of ever changing puzzles. This is a unique and exciting experience. That's unlike other puzzle games out there. The game is updated monthly with new levels and events so it never gets old. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download this five star rated mobile puzzle game on the apple APP store and Google. Play four free that is France without the our best fiends While Edward Gorey liked his work with the poet theater he wasn't able to support himself working part time at Cambridge Bookstores and late. Nineteen fifty two. He designed a couple of book covers as a freelancer for Barbara.

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"edward z" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"edward z" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Jonah what? This child with Jan you could have gone up there. You could still go. No sweetheart. I'm old woman. Now, I would rather remember me the way I was how do you know, he's still alive? Niger don't know. Not for sure. But I believe he is you see before he came down here. It never snowed and afterwards it did. And if he word up there now, I don't think it would be snowing. Sometimes you can still catch me podcasting in it. She did start a podcast Edward went up to win. We know that right. That's in the movie, right? This is hurricane. They don't draw that line directly. But it's implied. Right. Says was a non guilty. That's her final line that they cut out because they went like audiences. They're not really years ahead of getting this. Hello, everybody. My name's Griffin Newman, David SIMS. Blink check with Griffin David podcast filmography directors who have massive success early on their career given series of blank checks to make whatever crazy passion projects they want sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby. And this is maybe I'm realizing wall, we're covering this other than about Tim Burton. We're talking about the film's timber and the title pod were scissor cast in a four title the title episode. I don't think we've ever covered demography where it goes this long without a bounce. We'll see Cameron maybe James Cameron this business about. But. Yeah. Yeah. In terms of cost expectations. He has he has five without a bounce though. Because Edward is technically about that's what I'm saying. But five without about movies in a row to start your careers. Pretty impressed by five great successes, especially because they get one could argue. Aggressively weirder and weirder even Batman is a very commercial thing to make a movie about right there. Weird movies. Yeah. And then Batman returns being the weirdest. You think we're in this? I think so. Yeah, I think so I think maybe I think this movie can form to the expectations set up by itself. Yeah. No. I I'm with you with fairytale rowers returns is just like what also. Hey, Paul are. All right. But are two hours and twenty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can say, well, it's this is like a Frankenstein movie. So we're, yeah, we're we're more ready for like a monster to be in a Frankenstein movie. Yeah. Yeah. I saw I reward. But on the special features they had like the promotional feature where they went to the mall, and they went to people with a microphone and be like after they'd seen the movie four coca this was like the k they put together to like people are wondering who is Edward Scissorhands. And then you see them at the mall, and they're like Edward Scissorhands to good tight over its hands. No, I never heard of him like it's people doing that. And it's like a SuperCup fifteen of walking JC Penney. But that was their whole take is just like you've never met a guy like Scissorhands before. But they've they straight out say, it's Tim Burton's modern take on Frankenstein. Right. They went as far as they could without saying, it's timber remaking Frankenstein. But then the other part of that was the poster for this movie was like him with the butterfly looking like he was about to cry and a tagline is and uncommonly gentlemen. There's well. Okay. Well, there's this. There's this that is the sort of Burton invites you the one that I thought had the butterfly. But I think that was later DVD, right? And then the comedy gentleman one is the one. Dona? What's the tagline on that on the one that's him and profile is there director, Batman and Beetlejuice invites you to me, thank for Beetlejuice. You ready to? I think audience is ready. I think that's a pretty good tagline to just go. Another another kooky hairs, also, right? There was the haircut themed post posters. Edward was here. I have never seen that poster. I believe there's two of them. There's the one with the haircuts in the newsroom with the topiary yet. They really kinda sold this comedy. Sure. And also Christmas movie, which was yeah. But you're right..

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