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"gadsby" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I said hip drunk and they said in my defense. I was thinking about hot as in spicy. Picked a sausage said. Sorry what she said same shape. I got it before she explained it. I was there on the shape. And this is i mean we're vibe and now is little things. I've been collecting those little things. They're the little things that they really make me laugh. I love my toes. I just wanted to as a fan as they're going to be another specialty. Think let's it's really what i do when the net hit and ever wanted to pay him in ever. And you know you're gonna do your tv show. And i'm like that seems like recipe fanaticism. Or what you know having your own show about yourself self directed by you. Show run my youth recipe fanaticism and yet. There's enough proof on the table. I think i can contribute to that proof that it is an ego trip for sure yet but no i also like that's a someone on this the play some. That seems overwhelming. I i'm so. I sat down with my manager. Ms like where do we want to go. what is my ideal career. Unlike laurie anderson. You don't you just does her thing. Yeah analysts like she's batch it and just does think thing she you know she says. I want to do this thing now. I wanna make it film now that you always does a live shows. Yeah good for you. I mean talk about people doing things for for reasons. That are other people's reasons rather saying stupid shit because part of the culture that we're not even aware of or reliving someone else's dream so i'm so happy that you're wise enough to go way. Wait what actually do i want to do. Not what could i do. But what do i wanna do. Don't if it's wise enough. But i'm tired enough i'll take it. I'll take it the success. When i was young. I would have had the energy to what you spend it otherwise but i don't have a lowly. It's get the great gatsby i mean. That's what it would have been on. Nbc i'm sorry i get what's up homes a lot. I'm sure you get great gatsby but What can we yours times. My last name is homes. No but what's the rift. You haven't heard that. Instead of homeboy homemade. Say home Let's see i would have gone elementary. But that's the other characters. That is when i as watson it's elementary. Yeah you're right. Would no shit sherlock. When i make a dinner reservation i'll say home's like sherlock and they laugh and i go. That's my mother. Which which. I think good thank you and i do want end on sincere note and say you really tremendous. I'm so grateful for what you're putting out there because it's healing it's connecting and it's putting more love into the world so i hope you feel. Well i feel good loving you. I don't i. It doesn't matter how you help. Would you end. We have the guests. Say the catchphrase. It's button for the episode. The catchphrases keep it crispy. And then we'll be done kepa crispy keep it crispy is that what is cape crispy corpus christi corpus christi. That's a corpus crispy. Chris keep keeping crispy incorporate speed cape it. Crispy pickle confused. You did it though you said keep it crispy so account crispy crispy come on komo now. We're pleading i like that. I hope they come off literally co reid by like that to come on guys. Keep it chris come up it crispy. I hope we get to meet in real life someday. Nice thank you for doing this. It was a delight. Pleasure pleasure Kepa crispy you keep crispy Don thank you so much. Thank you so nice to meet you. Nice to meet each day fifty. I'm so crispy wanted..
"gadsby" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Myself high functioning because this is quite a large part of my life than i m unable to navigate. That's a good special title. Hannah gadsby functioning. It's not call it high. Let's not and i think this it's really interesting space in comedy because often this is put down to gender. And when you when you think that there's a lot of comedians on the spectrum or given spectrum nudge recall but this straight men and the experiencing an it becomes dialogue about women with their fairly intuitive feelings And i look at that. An and i know woman on the spectrum behaves the way these men described you mean the and i know i know plenty of men. Who have these feelings. I don't understand nyc and they get angry about stuff. I just like. Why are you angry. It doesn't make sense you're talking about is not and i think that i think honestly. I think we'd have a much more interesting dialogue if we didn't do the difference between men and women and we did the difference between near typicals in an end. More atypical folk. Because a lot of you know the difference between men and women has shaped the way we view minimum and like that joke faked out know in popular culture. Like the the tagline of so many jokes is like women and what should they is like people with emotions and which is not exclusive to women of course and it's also because the you know they get to drive the conversation it looks less than because they're the ones with the microphone they going. Hey these these. My wives all the cushions evan. Why do they call it a throw pillow. It's time so it's a good bit. I'm just sort of.
"gadsby" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Absolutely. Yeah i might show thank you. My grandma said it's not a garden. It's not the garden the gardening so it's And the gardens quite forgiving. You you know it gives you the lessons lake. Have watch the plants year. They'll tell you before they die that they dying and you. Can you have time to to to help them and save them in the dead plant sort of useful. Does that then become the mall for next. I mean we've seemed your loss from our methodology the cycle of life. I suppose yeah. But that i wondered when you know in your in douglas. Coming out as ashby. It's not the garden the gardening. It's not comedy it's doing comedy. You know it reminds me. I have not been diagnosed. But i feel like i have some Asti leanings has a lot of comedians. do yet Like the guy in free solo. When i'm doing stand up and when i watched you doing stand up i'm not seeing an ounce. I'm seeing confidence. I'm seeing expression. Emceeing performance emceeing complete clarity over what they're saying the nuance of what the audience to sing. I wonder if that how does that. Feel the gardening of doing stand up. Does that snap you into a heightened state. That's more comfortable i imagine. Yeah the badghis again. A very set in a stand in stand up. So when i'm doing it's not being social this. No input happening in that moment. Only inputs taken from times have had time to think about things and re reshape them. And then i just sort of get to performance and shape it and gifted if you want to call it that to the audience. But i'm not taking anything nuanced back from the audience is the vibe that they audience energy. Which then i then have to. You know this this. I don't tend to change my routine a lot of sort of bedded then but there are a lot of different ways that you can change the way you perform a pace to suit nordion has with rhythm tempo emphasis changes depending on if an audience is up. You get up with it. If they down then you know you don't want to hammer them with the same energy a hammer alive lively audience but at some having a conversation i find having a conversation with someone much more difficult to i like. Podcasts are different. Because there's a performative element because it's being recorded and we sort of know the stakes. You know how long it's going to be. You might know about the tone or whatever it sort of. Take some of that. Ambiguity out me. Yeah yeah. I enjoy watching. Real people have conversations point which become creepy. The creepy food will. But i do. I don't i don't hate. I am quite social. But it's exhausting. So i like Just observe other people being social Find that quite delightful. And i feel like i've participated in every moment of of a conversation that i haven't actually spoken but as soon as i found as my fame level increased the less able. I am to just observe a conversation because you know people like me will drive this conversation. And that's not where i'm very comfortable. I completely understand has been a challenge. I i mean. I say it. All the time people laugh at sindbad quote. He says the comedians are funnier when they're riding the bus. Obviously your sex specialists brilliant. So i'm not challenging your humor level. You've maintained that but the ease with which you can blend into a party and observe. I mean that is sort of your job. Well i've got a lock. Climb to draw from so. I can't count company reasonably light in my life. I did feel sorry for key to find comedy and then no setting amount of stardom and then lule because you know what they draw from is not not experience and i think to a certain extent. The famine sudden fame is akin to trauma. It's of course it's not bad became to new color. Yeah yeah it's not necessarily bad you know and you have more like certainly more tools at your disposal disposal and But there is something traumatic about this shifting circumstance that i felt after the net. That made me just wanna withdrawal from the world. I mean it's not what you were after. I think that's what makes your work so special and i know Douglas was your tenth specials so clearly you're somebody who's doing it because you enjoy it. It's what you're good at. It's written on your bones to do it and the comedians that i know that do it for money or power or fame fame being probably the worst those well maybe power but fame being a bad one they never make it so it is hoisted upon you. Do that make it well. That's that's a good to point that out. I don't know if i agree with me there. Let's put it this way. I tend to not enjoy those kids kind of comedian that i'm really fascinated with and they're not funny at all but successful and it's not uncommon going. I hate him 'cause successful. I just confused. Because i'm like you know because i look at things and i'm like breakdown what i say and i'm like it's not funny or interesting what's happening and it's the the rhythm of which i say they bring to the table like they bring this energy and that's All but i had to learn the energy Slicing dyson Is clinical as you like with with with comedy. And i could get that to the table but i have to really learn how to modulate my voice. That's one of the first things i noticed. I'm so glad you brought up. I wanted to ask you how you learned again. Not to assume Somebody on the spectrum that you can't do that but that is one of the first things you look for. I don't know maybe don't look for it but like the inability to modulate and perform. And when i want you. It's off the charts. You're doing it like crazy yet. It's probably a little too off the chats. Not my charts are very mild charts. The if you happen upon early my early performances i am. I am dead pan. I used to get reviews like hannah. Gadsby dull and listless and talk and i could be very much a particularly. My early career did something like the edinburgh fringe in. That's really overwhelming experience. So i'd be okay in the first few days of the festival and then i get exhausted. Because it's a stimulus. The whole time. And and then so then awakes in i would be delon leslie because i was just locking down the only place. You could go inside. I didn't understand. Had protect myself. Full line because i was diagnosed. So you know also. There's a thing called masking and goes on the spectrum. Particularly do that because girls are expected of aptly of my age when we were growing up. you know..
"gadsby" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You believe made it. We're with the home what's happening. Where does hannah gadsby. I was very very excited for this. Thank you to mike. big leah. Who put us in touch I am a fan. I was excited and sort of like ready ready to figure things out meeting. Hannah is so smart and so conscious and you'll see even in the episode. There's a moment where we sort of. I sort of have like a quick moment. I'm like oh that's the other side of a bit. i was doing. It's so interesting. I think. I've mentioned it a few times on episode since then all of that is to say this is a great conversation and one that has stuck with me and i really really hope you enjoy. Check checkout douglas. Her special on netflix and And the other one of course is the net. But they're both wonderful. And i encourage you to check them out I also want to give a shout. it's the holiday season. People are getting gifts and such. I would recommend getting something from our friends at living libations lit white. I sound like paul. F tompkins living libations. Because he's larry. I am mindful and i always have tried to be mindful about what i put in my body but a few years ago i realized i wasn't being careful about what i put on my body. Which of course ends up in your body. Your skin absorbs what you put on it and it gets into your system and it's very exciting for me to have discovered living libations because before them. I was buying shaving cream and face washes that we're like high end that we're supposed to be fancy because they had french names in an exclusive free standing stores and outdoor malls but of course just because they're fancy inexpensive and have french names doesn't mean they're not loaded with chemicals that have been linked to disease and toxic tuck city always hard to say toxicity levels. That just weren't intended for human beings so enter leaving libations high end yet affordable wonderful real deal powerful effective skin care face scared dental care. They have something. They have a an natural and ingredients that you can recognize alternative. To whatever it is you're using to clean groom or beautify your body. I what i love personally. You'll see when you go to the site. They have everything for everybody. So if you want to support the show and just get a little something. Living libations is a great place to go. I started with ginger full eating scrub. Not only is it made with ingredients that i recognize and has that wonderful natural. Feel but it's the most bad ass. Exfoliating scrub. I've gotten. I would put it against the one i was getting at. Cvs tend to wanted it. Does the job. I use it before. Shave makes a huge difference. That's a real protest if you exfoliating before you shave makes a huge difference. It's made with plants oils and extracts. That i recognize as real and natural and it works. It's wonderful speaking of shaving. I shared with their zen shave cream. Which is so clean and natural and moisturizing. actually use dab of it as aftershave. It's not some anonymous neon blue goo shut out from a pressurized cam. And then at night. I put on their best skin ever moisturizer. Great feels great and gets your skin looking great..
"gadsby" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"Hello and welcome the CONSCIO- on the box media podcast network. This is an exciting episode of Redo but it's one of my favorite artists. The first episode we taped was obliterated by two not one, but two according failures one in the main recording, and then a secondary one in the backup recording and Luckily, we're able to do it again and I will tell you as good as the first one was the second one was even better some God. This is when we get to release Hannah Gadsby is on Australian comedian she was behind remarkable netflix special. The net just resigned brought out on a new one called Douglas. Nets. A piece of art that actually means a lot to me. It's one of those pieces of art people tell you you engage with things. You can maybe get a glimpse a little glimpse of what it is like to live with someone else in the world. And the net did that for me I think it's a beautiful beautiful piece of work and it's also just like its structure I. Remember my jaw has dropping as it unfurled towards the end. Of Her most recent special is Douglas which is about the way she thinks has received a diagnosis of autism, a couple of years back, and that is a contextualized parts of her life for her..
"gadsby" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Called Lewis has been touch saying Hannah Gadsby autism and me. And, she is a twenty year old bisexual woman who is diagnosed with autism exactly seven months ago. I listen to Hannah Gadsby. Upset today and really appreciate being able to hear another autistic lgbt women talk. This is one of the first occasions in my life. I've got here another autistic lgbt person talk one of the other being Jack Monroe who was on this podcast season. One to one I think. I! Just she goes on and then. She carries on. She then says I just think that needs to be more much more discussion and acceptance of autistic people, especially autistic women, both in the OT bt community and society in general. That's true. It's very true, but that's lovely email and I absolutely agree. I'm so glad we have. Helped them? To other bits you're going like. PS. One of them is about me. We're both going to come. LOUISA SAYS PS Chris. You have such a relaxing voice. It's just coming to listen to. That's nice. It's true. A, mom, I can do es video. Whatever the called. The going to sleep things. Kind of okay for that I'm GonNa do that thing. I thought it was because there's stuff I've been hearing on instagram because because. I'm Jerome Flynn. An I am going to you know those ones that sort of massage of sounding dolphins in the background and. It's. The, same family, yeah, I think that linked. There's a lot. Of People Enter this Jerome Flynn. The someone else I know as well I should. Yeah. Jim Flynn was Orlando when I was in Azure like seventy five thousand years ago. Enemy. Get the but me. Yes exactly time is of the essence. As an autistic person, I have special interests, which is when I become intensely interested in specific subject areas. Usually, it's eurovision, but about two days when I was seventeen, my special interest was allen coming. So consider it an owner that you made it to..
Larry Kramer, Author and Outspoken AIDS Activist
"When you said earlier, you know people aren't racist via born into it the early. You can be talking about the stuff I think. Is You know? He's really cool and something else. That has been going on this week. been going on its beginning of pride month, and a lot of people have been talking about how stay was a riot started by queer people of Color. and. The solidarity we were shown by. People of color needs to be returned. Absolutely and also I feel it's really interesting. I feel like. I reached out yesterday a couple of people. Who I knew what I in protesting Eve's who we have. Lead no es mature. Yes, he's good at Jaipur on instagram. Yeah, he has been doing some really cool stuff, really amazing and I also. I'm worried for him. I mean he talked by. He was prepared to
"gadsby" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"But she explained to me like you said you were being deliberately obtuse. Triangle. Did Not learn what a preposition was that dialogue? I understand what they are now. I'm all over it and I also understand the penguin eight the bucks. The penguin would be around the box. I'm here with Hannah Gadsby. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you. You don't really hear. I am here in the ears of the perspective listener. So. Before we talk about your latest Special Douglas and the joke that we're gonNA. Be Talking about it I wanted to provide a little background and context. You have said you were diagnosed with autism a few years ago and you know even before net however and Australia. You're known for being able to be very personal on stage. You've talked about certain struggles with mental illness before. What was your thought process after you're diagnosed about whether to talk about it onstage, and as you obviously did not include it explicitly in net. Decide not to talk about it right away. Well I saw you not talk about it, but there's a head talk that other episodes in my life where had struggled with depression, anxiety and other bits and bobs coal. And Hat. And I found the. People very very free offer medical. Advise either. Like Boskin. With with a psychology skin. And what I worked out through trial and error. Is that sexually really dangerous? If you feeling vulnerable? So. For one shows for example How I decided to stop taking antidepressants and I didn't decide to stop taking the visit. I believe in them I just sort of. You. GotTa take them when I was travelling overseas. Gosh maybe now's the time. SA- Great Way intercom off. Your Wife Support Network and and and and you doctors. So, let's. Talk about the talked about around it, and then people would say it's bright. Decision drugs a bad and. Fattest that I was good when I wrote. Increasingly became bad, but I kept hearing drugs. A bad on I do need to go back on them. It's those little voices with medication mental illness in a statement around that people. Get inside your head. We not well. You don't have the tools of discretion and. Care so you know I delight getting medical help. I needed quite a dangerous place, and as far as you know. Ultimate presented. It's not mental illness. It's near neurobiological situation they're. They're molded situations because of the anxiety. And stuff that goes round that at which was way my? Previous should struggles struggled standing cronin. I didn't understand the diagnosis was really great. Moment for me because I. Don't have to understand. Why you know there's nothing wrong with me. If things do. A lot of. Issues are fans I was better aided. Control manage through environmental. Sort of. Adjustment so and I start feeling. The guilt of that being a cool at anti-social, but it's it's. Really anti-social very social in theory. Supposed messed up manager mind Arben Bitta through. And a standing. The neurobiological bent tour, but also I don't understand autism. Nobody really understands this. I had to work out you know. Where do I begin? Eater invaders autism and. Ultimately answer to that. Is this no sex line? It's the flavor type process weld, but when Steiner's. Stand and. A had to live with nonstandard means well-defined gone and. His autism. This is what I knew. So he made it s that's law. That's pretty much in a very large nutshell. You have said that at the time that that answer of the autism diagnosis freed you up to at least for time, not to look as much as the problem was inward and much more focused on the problems outward that said on Conan's podcasts, you describe net as a show about how a person with autism things and I mean. Obviously you can say that hypothetically about anything you've done. But what do you mean in terms of net in in what ways do you think that special exhibits autistic line of thinking or way of perceiving well? It's specific may overnight to imagine. But. It's the connecting. The macro macos one way. I. didn't match up on July understood. The Stern, but I was ran under the assumption that the world made sense I was wrong. I, didn't I didn't make his head work at. Had It make sense in order to fit into the world? It was not long after. Diagnosis united started to trust might. In A. Something doesn't make sense to me. It's almost painful Yours take sort of like. The love of Misogyny. Just need to sort of name That's. That was pretty much what I meant. Analysis Like I looked at the weld. Trusted as much as I hadn't before. It sort the combination of the to. Understand myself and understand the world, and I never will end well as both. A A horribly frustrating idea so brain like minded also. Has Like A. Foul because it's like and. It feels good to try. Make sense things. That's how I I operate. The time I feel calm, but nine that I can never do. It is a good. It's a good thing. you wrote you wrote. The net is at least you wrote. In one context you're you're A well-known. You're well known in Australia in the UK, so the audience is your perform for it I had a certain frame of reference for you and your work, and also the this was a show done at I, four the Melbourne comedy festival, which has its own sort of context in which people are expected to do these sort of shows that are sort of thematically connected, and then it comes out on Netflix. As, we Americans tend to do sort of defined this thing against ourselves and became judge and relationship to American comedy. What did you learn about Americans? Understanding and thinking about comedy from that moment from it being received by us. Deter like all weld latest at any time in history, incredibly arrogant. It's just that I think Cuban American masses sort of like you have to think about the risks of the well because you are as far and the rest of the world you'd think. Comedy, began in American. You drive how it is extent, do flavor comedy because she flavor most inner western culture. But. It does have to be processed. The other places, so you know I'm on well aware of American culture neck is me kind of an age because you're not at all. Clothing to the specifics of mine. And so that just gives. I think it's interesting I. I think American Comedy Kadumi with. A bit of a shake up. Because I think any creative. Standard should be given a shake up. I was surprised at the hostility not. because. It's comedy and. Half seriously people take. It is just incredible. Just like everything is funny except culminate slack. Yourselves It made me think of something. A quote from an American comedian Moshe casher. that. STANDUPS stand up Comedians at least in. America are so insecure that what they can even be considered an art form that they push back against anyone who asserts to do it differently. I think. As a as a person you know famously with an art history background. What do you think about this idea that part of it is that? It it's coming from a certain security that. You're questioning sort of what a lot of American comedians holding true is like well, if this is the standard, and if I'm doing what the standard is, that means I'm doing something that has legitimate and you sort of. Put a question mark over all of that. Yeah. I. I'm always Muse by people who? Think comedy's different to. anything else. A..
"gadsby" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Fox. Each episode comedian comes on to play a clip one of their jobs and it's how they wrote it and how it fits into what they're trying to do with their comedy. This week's guest is Hannah Gadsby starting comedy, two thousand six. Hannah came up in the Australian system of putting together new our set every year. Each recalled quirky things like kiss me. Quick Jubes or happiness is a bedside table, but it's fitting that a decade later she won't with a proper noun because Nanette took on a life of its own starting off by winning the top prizes at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and Borough Fringe Festival, two, thousand, seventeen to its release on Netflix in two, thousand, eighteen, which. which garnered an emmy and a peabody? All while becoming the most discuss special in the state since I'd say Chris Rock's nineteen ninety-six breakthrough pain internationally, it was probably the biggest special ever, but to Hannah who has for years pushed back on the idea of genius, thinking of it, not as a person, but an event, a combination of guys. That was all net. The net was the one who pushed back on the idea of joke, specifically in how they failed to tell the totality of the story, which leaves the audience off the Hook and confronting reality of the tellers trauma in that probably made a strongest case against self-deprecation, saying to be self deprecating when our son who lives in the margins is not humility. It's humiliation. By deliberately forgoing laughs to make audiences sit with stories of sexual assault and abuse. The net questioned comedy intern much of comedy debated, if even counted as Standup as acknowledges though she created a net in relative obscurity, though she was quite well known in Australia, the net was toward and released during the height of the I. Push The me too movement at a time when audiences were most ready to receive it. Be It positively or negatively. Comedy is often a matter of timing. But, then what does Hannah do next? It's a question that's even harder when you consider. The sort of special in net was a special where she said she was going to quit comedy, but also one where she spent the majority of it confronting comedy, questioning its ability to capture all. She wanted to say all she needed to say. So meet Douglas named after one of her dogs. It recently came out on Netflix in. It Hannah mostly tried to be I. Hope you're sitting down really funny. It has like a ton of jokes and more for example there is some structural inventiveness including that she starts shale laying out exactly everything. She's going to talk about during the hour. It's hard to say the special about one thing, but as hand, and I discussed. It's largely about showing you how she thinks the way she does then trying to explain why as she tells the story of her autism diagnosis as she puts it. It's meant to be a romantic comedy. The CLIP FROM DOUGLAS WE'RE GONNA play as the story Hannah tells about what was like growing up with autism before she knew she was on the spectrum as Hannah wasn't diagnosed until later in life, not coincidentally enough right before she started working on the net, so here is Hannah.
"gadsby" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It's not. How did it play with the room? I mean the first time I went to stay, absolutely owned the room and I look back. In hindsight, it had nothing to do with the material. It's just I was a creature from out of space. It's like I just woke up on stage. And, I just woke up. Had A. Going to Dogma Freezer. Yoga phrase because. As I ran. The scenario is on what to do like I thought. How hard can it be to create a small dog Hong? Turns out really hard, so I've just got an overcooked dog. Phrase like that's because it didn't happen, but I was taking it to its logical conclusion. Yeah, it was good, but I didn't go any further I. It's funny, but. And did you feel that? Were you immediately hooked with the idea of you? Know you get a great reaction to doing this? Was it immediately something you knew you wanted to do? More of not not dealing with your dog, but performing comedy in front of others gaps. And soon as Respond people reacted to me that react to my facial expressions. I wasn't always aware of why people were laughing, but I knew that. They were and it felt nice felt really nice felt like you know is participating in the world in a way that I'd never felt like I could before. The my issue was is like I didn't have to be involved in A. Comedy Circuit, but I didn't have access to. I'm not very good at networking and I was appalling man. You know and I. Long I do this, you know. This is so much more to do anything. Beyond just doing what you do on stage, but so I took me a long time to. And, that's why the competition so important to me because I wouldn't have done comedy. Had They not pay? These infrastructure rounded. I would've? I would have been doing. My life was going great, so I can't imagine things would be great for me and we should just note so this was as you say, sort of like an open Mike thing associated with the Melbourne comedy festival, and is it and you one. Is that the way it worked for the next year? The next year I entered it in. I ended up winning it. Into, the national national switcher broadcast on on. on TV and filmed and.
"gadsby" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Got the web address if you go to. Www DOT EPA press dot com forward slash safeties? You D listeners will be up to buy yourself a sweater or not. Show with the website again. Ever PRESS DOT COM FOODS FAMOUS. Atheists can make any more complicated calmer thing in the end. I've oppressed dot com slash. If ain't broke don't fix it. Such a tiny thing to say Eddie way should we talk about this week's guest who is in is Hannah Gadsby? Hannah me say that. Let you weren't there at the end. She like she so she kind of came. Everybody's attention with net right. Well I would say Austrailia imagined. She was big Jim before but yes absolutely was a communist special that she did for net flicks onto Netflix and it became a sensation partly because it was funny because she was the she talked about abuse and various misogyny and transphobia and things like that and just an mid really great connections of boats herself as a performer. Kind of in a way. In encouraging or encouraging. But maybe validating in a way Type of humor. That is indeed misogynist and transphobic and stuff and so the kind of thing she said in the wasn't. She said she's going to stop doing that kind of self deprecating humor because actually contributes to the problem an incredible incredibly powerful moving until in his special. I mean I think one of the interesting things that ah boats when you have a huge success and also when you make a proclamation like that is what where do you go from there. And what's interesting about into her next show and what she came back with because she said because actually she had come out as being autistic now as and she said the actually she'd had that diagnosis prior to doing annette. She chose not to speak about it in net because she felt she had a bigger point to make with Ninette. And she said no no net. And then that musicals. God No no no. No no no you gotta musical jokes. And then if you're in Scotland and someone says to You. Are you looking at? Yeah Polina. No there's nothing you say. Are you aware of that musical in Scotland Dino? No no no. Nanette thank you. She said yes she didn't want to talk about it. And I it was interesting. I also think that for particularly for the LGBTQ plus community the idea of sending yourself up for humor and actually not wanting to do that anymore was so pertinent for me at the time that I saw net when it first came out and I just thought is very true. Would so used to. I remember having conversations who came out with my friends from school. I remember we comes as and when I came out with people from school because I was nineteen so people are being like nineteen. No as friends from school all right. It wasn't like I was put back a year and now I remember saying people like Oh. I'm Gabe DOT can again. You know he's having to try and qualify main. Like I'm not going to be a promiscuous gay person having to be little were did they care because I think it was about back then. What was at this would have been seventeen thousand nine hundred different then? Let's shaggy around people being gay. I'm say surpassing I'm going to be gay but I'm not going to help sex like I'm not gonna I'm not going to be. Do you know what it was. It was like if you think about even then the image of then was George. Michael is agency. That was the image. You know who is that when he's bashing into trees and things on these raindrop. Things t was just vilified and it was disgusting. He he was treated down the way too because he was made to feel other but in a very long winded way saying is that I just think that's about cats. Be saying that you knew a lot of people have to send themselves up. Didn't want to anymore and I liked them and then we went to see Douglas her show. Yes that's right where we learned all about the fold of Douglas which you find out what that is funny and she said some really she said some fascinating stuff about the patriarchy damn them damn them as a sort of as a as a as a source of material and also for comedic material I think is great. The way she makes things funny and also mix great point and quite revelatory as well. Yes and she's just you know because of autism Says she notices the details and certain things the other people would in my house? I'm a I'm showing around in the dressing room and we'd been I met at this thing would be invited to Amazon. Did and you go free really bag as sort of a gift to give the thing that little Charlie Charlie back stink. When you're on 'em in my dressing piles of clothes in bags and we're going reinisch went. Oh Amazon you will dams one thing and as I said it then. She said later but really bizarre details and I was like it was kind of full of clothes spilling out was just interesting that that was an example of that just happened just completely dinner thing in the room. That was a link. Something me todd. And she said she sees seized up other people. Don't but then cannot see stuff that everyone else could see ya the lake remembering to send me one of those bumbags which meant to send you and she didn't. Now listen to this. Hate me forever or we'll send me now. Alan. I'm filling in an agony uncle frame of mind to yourself from our job. It's warm and how do you cope with the death of a pet? When you're already suffering from depression rob but I would say I mean like for example when honey died has my dog for. I was devastated and I left a while but I mean the thing is that I. I wasn't depressed already but I think the thing about dogs die. It's to try and remember what a great the great things they have given you pets in general the great things that have given the way the great lessons one hundred is you told me a law. how I want to end my life and then the quality of life and what I think is important and this obsession especially in America with longevity versus the actual quality of life. So just trying to think of the wonderful things that this person. This animal hasn't left. You also just about what the you've given them opportunity given them. I opted honey. Stick adopted another opting dogs rather than getting some puppy farms into be miss. Jean Brodie and say also you should seek medical and professional help but but it's extremely hard habit this one.
"gadsby" Discussed on Fresh Air
"It's a story of principles compromised war-crimes overlooked available now on apple podcasts and all other platforms. My guest is comic Hannah Gadsby and although she vowed to give up comedy in her previous Netflix special in the net. Fortunately she's back with new comedy special. Which is called Douglas? And her first comedy. Special Ninette was in part about growing up in Tasmania. We've she describes as the Bible Belt of Australia and she was growing up gay in not only area where other people who were gay were out so she had no one to talk to about that. But also it was a legal to be homosexual until nineteen ninety-seven. You said that you came from a really large loud family. And I'm thinking while you're like so sensitive to loud noise it must have been hard. Yeah but I used to. I used to spend a Lotta time under the hedge. The beauty of being in a large family for someone on the spectrum though is the sense of place a sense of belonging and a sense of community is is automatic so in many ways I was in it advantage because I never have to head fully formed relationship structures. I had more difficulty once I went out in the world. But you know in a family. You have these things and so the yeah there. Was you know noise and chaos? But there's also you know when you have a large family this routine by necessity and structure by necessity to wrangle so many kids and we're in a small town so there wasn't much flux now existence and so there was a lot of advantages to it and was a time when a kid could just leave the house and be a bit feral just sort of you know spend time outside and talk to myself and you know so. I I was able to negotiate that you are homeless for a while what period of your life was. And why were you home? Once I finished my degree it was a three degree the twenty five years. I didn't know what to do. Then once I left the beats you supposed to hit you know. And then they're like okay. You're off into the world. I was unable to navigate that any sort of external structures and scaffolding. I like to say you know I struggled to fill in forms. Never been able to apply for a job in the traditional form I've always just picked up sort of casual entry level work. And you know the older you get the lists easy that he's you know when you pop resume into a place and the like. Wow so older done so little so I sort of began to drift really badly. You know I worked in a bookshop for a little while and then I was a cinema projectionist and then. I traveled up the north of Australia as work at a an outdoor cinema. Because I you know I had an actual skill that is no longer an actual skill but at the time and from there I found I couldn't actually hold down a job on able to you. Know earn enough money and also navigate just the basic administration of life. I look back on that time. I feel sad is like I didn't understand I. I genuinely needed help. I needed assistance. Do Tribute that to autism. Yeah And so became femme Labor. I lived in a Vino a tent. And then you know basically no fixed address for a couple of years we you sleeping on the street at all. No 'cause I was in the in the country so there's no need to be on the straight. I had a tent and you know and then I drift in and woke on farms and then but I had no safety net. I had no backup and I mean certainly slipped RAF but it was just not on a straight. I'm taking that really literally right that sleep on the streets and I'm like yes I guess but basically I just weren't a lot of streets is what you're saying. Yeah walked out and out a nice spot and pitch the tent and Y- yeah so you had no safety net. Did you have any safety? Not Pat no guess not no no capacity you know grabbed or attacked while you were homeless knots. I Guess Waugh's but not you know because someone broke into my tent. It's at one stage. I sort of drifted into this sort of communal living situation. That turned bad turned bad Yeah what happened? That's a whereas rate. Oh that's turning really bad. That wasn't great to. Did you leave that that community afterwards living situation? No I have no way to go well. That's so awful that you stay with. That's the reality of no choice isn't it? That is yeah. That's really awful. Did the other people know? It's always hard to say you know. People are really incredible at not acknowledging things to the point where they figured that they knew. Well I can kind of see the impulse here to stand on stage and say this happened. This happened like acknowledge it happened. What future did you see for yourself? Then when you're living in a tent and you had no steady job you didn't think you could hold one. I didn't see a future at all. And that's that's trauma. You're absolutely incapable of imagining a future incapable of understanding. What a dream is. But you know you you're obviously. You're like very smart and very perceptive and very articulate. Could you comprehend why somebody who has a smart as you were and as knowledgeable art history degree would feel like you had so little future in front of you so a few options so few opportunities the that that was very always very confusing to me? I didn't understand how I got it all so so wrong You know this is. This is part of the autism situation The until I was diagnosed I could never look back on that part of my life and and make complete sense of I still struggle. And that's a that is also an effective trauma. There's no straight line through trauma So how were you when you were diagnosed terrible at domestic situations thirty six thirty six? That's a long time not to understand what was going on. You know neurologically for you. Yeah Yeah it is. Let me reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us my guest is comic. Hannah Gadsby and her follow up to net has just been released on net flicks and it's called. Douglas. It's her second Netflix. Comedy special. The first won a peabody award and an emmy. We'll be right back. This is fresh air support for NPR and the following message. Come from Doug Doug Go. Do you want the same Internet but more privacy duck duck go can help? They helped millions of people. Like you get privacy online without any tradeoffs with one download. You can search and browse privately. Avoiding trackers duck duck. Go privacy simplified. Let's get back to my interview with Hannah Gadsby. She's a comic whose first comedy special on Netflix Net was described in the New York Times as the most talked about comedy act in years and she vowed to give up comedy in that special but now happily. She's back with new comedy special which is called Douglas and just started streaming on Netflix. So you're an art history major. I assume that means that you really love painting and you know art has a central place in both of your stand up specials in different ways In your you talked about how like the like the the gay pride flag is annoying to you because it's too just like too much color. What was it like for you as an art history major? Oh I love that history that gets it was such a such a perfect way from my brain to learn about the world and understand the world like I get there eventually with reading and comprehension. But I'm slow. I'm really really slow but thorough. We've with images. I seem to get so much. I seem to be able to process an image at a speed and a depth and nuance that account with language and so studying history was just really powerful. Way For me to begin to piece together the puzzle of the world. What made you think that you could Perform comedy funny. Did you think it's funny? I knew how to be funny. I knew how to tell a story. And the way I'd learnt tell a story was to really built the skill to evade the reality of my life and just told a funny story about a moment you know. So He's a funny thing that happens and then I have to tell people about the the actual reality of my life and essentially I entered a comedy competition and it was on a whim. That wasn't this sort of thing you know I've been hoping to do. I did a lot of things on women like off. Try this thing. I'll try that thing. And there's no reason to expect comedy was going to end any better worse than all the other failed attempts at my grasp but life and this is a national competition was held by the Mobin Comedy Festival Melbourne International Comedy Festival. And they run hates all around us. They go into regional towns. And you know. Hold as competitions Actually really wonderful program because it it doesn't dwell on just sort of the cities it could really does go into regional places and so then you know as soon as I I sort of told my I you know. Gio which isn't technically a joke. It was just a few words. I strong together. I think it was the combination of you know. Just me being this completely strange creature up on stage just really made people engage with me and I held the audience in my hand. I didn't know what to do them but I knew that I had them in my hand so it was clear from the very first time I stood on stage. You know I've never heard a microphone before never been a perform. I'd never even been to a comedy show but all of a sudden kind of knew what I was doing. What was it like when you first on stage and realized that you had the power to make people laugh or to make them think or feel moved by what you were saying that you could get the response that you wanted to get It felt like I was connected to the world for the first time. I'd always felt like I. There was a disconnect between May and the rest of the world like you know and this is kind of a common experience with people on the spectrum. You so to feel like an alien being dropped in from outer space and quite connect promptly And being on stage and and making a room full of people you know laugh. Fill fill like a a connection. I hadn't been able to establish in any other environment. So comedy was a great home for you. You could tell stories. You had an audience. You didn't have to have conversations with the audience but a better eventually. You had hecklers because every comic has hecklers. How did you deal with hecklers? I'm not very good at being thrown a like disruption to routine in the early days of Ninette did get really really terrible heckles on the rare occasion from for men who couldn't see it in their own discomfort. You know there were a few times when I would be heckled in very vulnerable moments of that show but that's what also made it so dangerous to perform because you know I make the audience sit in these incredibly painful moments but if people were to break of those moments it was a truly dangerous place for me and when that did happen you know. I didn't react well. I want to get back to how you find loud noise. Sudden noise upsetting. What about the sound of applause? What about the sound of thunderous applause and cheers at the end? Of One of your shows this something this is this you know depends on the Kucic of the room. I don't like performing in say a rock. Then you weather's. It's a shell of a room that they then put chairs in and those chairs can scrape and there's an echo tour applause..
"gadsby" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Today. Comic Hannah Gadsby. Her twenty eighteen netflix comedy special was perhaps the most talked about comedy said of that year in addition to making her audience laugh. She took them by surprise by vowing to give up comedy because the forms limitations made it too difficult to express the pain of growing up closeted in the Bible belt of Australia being beaten and raped and temporarily homeless. But you didn't give up comedy. She's back with a new netflix comedy. Special leader Marine coggin reviews a comic novel. She says takes readers on a road trip through struggling towns and farmlands of rural America. It's called Saint Christopher on Pluto financing McKinley. After.
"gadsby" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Colonels and I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. I level of guard this Thomas Jefferson's Vegetables Dr. I'd like to have the chicken waste very well. Done editing is all all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject. Let's get sick and may sixty with good Anderson. Hey everybody I'm hurry Kabalu filling in this week for Kurt Anderson so I'm a stand up comedian and my favorite special from last year was by far Hannah Gadsby net on net flicks wchs the pride flag a love what it means that is perfect pride wonderful but the flag itself busy. The net starts out a very conventional stand up special. There's just lots of great jokes. It's just six very shatti. Assertive callous stacked on the top of each other no risk for the afternoon in that way even in the face on to express my entity through the metaphor of a map and then over the course of the hour gets a lot more confrontational. It gets more serious as lots of twists and turns. It gets gut wrenching. 'cause she's talking about serious stuff. She's talking about Trauma Violence Homophobia and the nature of comedy itself. Do you understand what self-deprecation means when it comes from somebody who already exists in the margins. It's not humility. It's humiliation. I put myself down in order to speak in order to seek permission to speak and I simply will not do that anymore. Not to myself or anybody who identifies phone net was incredibly funny and poignant and smart it deconstructed the form it was able to challenge people's notion of what stand up is supposed to be her new show. Douglas is just as good the big difference is that there are a ton more jokes and it's also powerful because she's talking about her diagnosis with autism before last summer very few people in the US had ever heard of Hannah Gatsby but she didn't come out of nowhere. Well she kind of comes out of nowhere. I mean she's from Tasmania but she was well known in comedy circles in the UK and Australia before she even wrote in it should be performing hour long shows over a decade and festivals. Melbourne an Edinburgh will every year. I'd run a new show so my first show was my coming out story which is kiss me quick. I'm full of tubes which is candy in Australia. My whole mines played a cruel joke on me. I said let's make this one in the ultimate baby carrying this do and then give absolutely no desire to Mike want. I'm like transform that doesn't fancy driving and then the next show was called the cliff young shuffle which is a long form pace about walking. I walked across England coming off antidepressant Jason Homeland God podiatrist. He openly laughed at my feet as well. I'm glad you went into daughtry. Not Not GonNa College could never written an without those ten years of the shows before and you know with a with a sort of the building blocks that led to that. What was your life like before net so quiet. Were you in Tasmania Nia. I lived in Melbourne now living in little rental. I didn't believe I'd ever be able to afford a homes my own so I decided sided about a year before I wrote a net. I really wanted to garden. I'm just GONNA plant out this rental and so the phone really it was dogs in gardening gardening and t and a lot of alone time. I spent a lot of time alone. I think I was exhausted. I'd been diagnosed with autism so is adjusting back to that new sort of framework of understanding myself I of course diagnosis doesn't come with a change if you just haven't that happened before and that was released. Oh Yeah Oh before it was written. I mean it was pretty much. The show I could write once I understood what was setting me apart because I was always very confused infused. I was like I just don't like there. Was something really deeply wrong with me so I was always to scrambling to get to the starting line of normal and then once I was diagnosed ignores them like a one never can get you know there's this brain situation so I began to look at myself with a lot more empathy not because all my work prior to that was going. I'm sorting out what's wrong with me. Whereas then I'm like. Oh I know what's wrong with me. I know my limits but then I turned and my critical eye on to the world and I'm gone I can also see you'll limits and there is too much hysteria around gender from Uganda normals. You'll the weed. You're a bit hysterical that you're we'd your bid up. You need to get a agenda. Almost Hall Seriously Calmed Down Gender normals get a grip now. I'm in an address. We know it's not do you know what's weird. PINKETT bans on bold babies but then it's also interesting to me that's weird breadth of demographic that really loved in it and that's I think really kind of great to know that like when you think of all the things that I took off as an individual's being in the margins platforming wind which is in the center of Privilege Right Right which is I think what let me get away with it like if I was testing where not traditionally good-looking overweight eight indigenous woman and it wouldn't have happened. Men Net really touched people. I don't think I realize the extent of it. At first. I mean all all my friends were talking about Nana's popping up on facebook constantly but it was only when I saw you on stage presenting at the Emmys when I realized how huge you'd become denies just what jokes especially men arrive fell. That's why I'm presenting alone. This is the point where I can't because I literally gone come from nowhere. In this circle well like it's in the Hollywood situation but all of a sudden. I'm an alien that weld for people know who I am and it's we'd like people I I I've seen on TV only associate as like I went to this party for net flicks and they were people that you moving around just kind of caution as Jodie default day. I'm John stomas get I and then they coming up to me so I'm getting and they seen in it and they want to talk to me and that is he's a really trippy experience like John Stamos. I mean Jessica Fan of Ninette you would not. That's what I mean. John Stamos has seen in twenty cents what he told me but you know people lie. I I WANNA believe on congestion after events. Can we trust the Lao so that's sort of this weird because I'm used to being in a crowd. I can be invisible bowl and I just walked the world guideline. I'm very happy with that then. These people are coming up to me on my own that today which is also good because they they get to lead the conversation and then I'm like I say I am also a fan of your work robot and then so I mean.
Hannah Gadsby's Nanette adds pathos to comedy
"Say very quickly. If you haven't seen Hannah Gatsby a net, Annette flex, go watch it. Go check it out on admit, I put it on a week or so ago, watch the first five or ten minutes and then got caught up with work and wasn't feeling particularly compelled to come back to it just based on that opening. But then I kept reading. People were saying, including our own writers wired, you have to go watch this. You have to watch the so I finished it and to call it a comedy special is a little bit of a mischaracterization because it's not entirely comedy. It really has this amazing nuance and depth to it, and it really reaches this very emotional crescendo where. Gadsby really reveals a lot about some of the traumas it for past and speak openly about some of the basically like socio sort of political issues that we're all dealing with today and social issues really. And and it's just a, it's a, it's a heavy watch, but it's it's good. You should watch it. That's my watch comedians in cars, getting coffee, Jerry Seinfeld thing. I've seen a couple. I don't watch it regularly. There's an episode from this recent season where he, he's talking about young comics and young comment audiences. They want that peso's they want in in their comedy special. They want that sock in the gut, and he's like, but when you play the people who are like thirty five and older and they've got kids and you've got mortgages and they're on their second marriage, they're like, you know what? I'm fine the pay. Those just make me laugh. Yeah, I think it's it depends on what mood urine. Like if you might feel like watching Michelle wolf one night and then another night you're going to watch Ninette and it's going to be a totally different experience. But I actually think it's really wonderful that this comedy genre, especially this one hour special is being redefined in some
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"gadsby" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast
"And then I felt like there was a part where I had a press pause and go. I need to go out my friend because now I'm into motion will state and I need a break from it. And I was as opposed to watching a comedy show before going out with my friends and being in a good mood because of it. And I felt that like. You know, it's hard to call it something else besides a comedy special because it's so much the the set up is a comedy special. So I if you called it something else, I don't know what that would be called, but I do think I enjoyed it, but I wish I was a little bit of a stipulation from the type of trailers. And I've seen four. I mean, I because as far as I know, I don't think they were saying it was specifically comedy special. They definitely said Hannah Gadsby comedian in a lot of the, yeah, but I think with a lot of the way it was marketed 'cause it very is is hard to put a pin on exactly what this is because it's definitely one person show style because it does open it up to not just stand up comedy, but there's certainly a lot of that style in there, but it it does kind of move in a way that just really it is. There are a lot of gut punches for lack of better term. So I know there was a Joe. There was some like there was something that you you. It seemed like you might he wanted to jump in on something. Do you. Sorry, we're, we're using check. Service to like the viewer to say that it's not a comedy special seems to have missed the entire point of the stand up, which is her reflecting on her time as a comedian in the format in which she has operated in for decades. Kind of ignores her whole purpose with a standup. So sits bad with me since fab with native say that just because that's her whole thing. And it's, it's like the her entire career kind of like as it was to now culminating to this moment of like really. And I think she does do a really good job of setting up what it's going to be, and it has its moments of levity. But I think with even within like a third of the way through, you can tell where it's going to go. So like if it's not your thing, I think it's one of those things where you just have to go. I'm not going to watch this because I want something that's gonna make me laugh and not something that's serious, but it is still a comedy stand like, she's, she wrote it that way. She sprinkles levity throughout it, but also it. I think to say that comedy only has to be something that's like purely funny and doesn't deal with any serious material. Makes its entire ability to change and create something new within its own format. Limited. Yeah. I could definitely see your point. I mean, I I've definitely gone on record saying things that a lot of comedy shows that are awful word on comedy shows. I don't think transparent is a comedy show. I don't think you know, I didn't think get out with a comedy. I think that for me as a filmmaker. I look at John Russia's, and then when I have a John, I'm watching it for a reason. So I totally understand your perspective on it, and I totally understand her mental her the way she does comedy and the point of an it, miss the point of the special. I understood the point of the special with to simply for me marketing wise and advertising wise. When I'm putting out a product when I when I wanna see a product, the advertising for didn't. Match what I watch, which could be a problem in the PR marketing could be a problem in him. I mean, there's so many different feel this many different positions that can be a problem with..
"gadsby" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Of this because i was listening to the new yorker podcast the other day hannah gadsby was on okay and hannah gadsby show was amazing i don't really even have words for it because it was comedy but also like probably one of the most emotionally heart wrenching shows i've seen median right yeah she's an australian comedian and she did a show i don't spoil it i saw the live show i haven't seen the it just came out on netflix i saw the trailer and i got a motion was like i'm going to save this for when i have more time it's incredible i haven't seen the netflix on yet but i it's the same kind of thing and they were interviewing her on this podcast and they were just talking about like so incidentally in the show there is a she discusses like a philosophy of comedy like she's talking about like you built tension and then you surprise them to like to cut the tension right and that's that's just like basically one theory of comedy there's also lots of others but she's talking about that specifically and she does that not because she's necessarily interested in talking about the theory of comedy on stage but she uses that to set up other things in the show right okay without spoiling anything for the listeners she could have written a show she if she wanted it didn't have any of that stuff but like the npr person or the new yorker nick who's the one that wrote that terrible incredible to review that would just like anthony lane that was just like man when i'm having sex with my wife all i can think of as mrs incredible right yeah that was a new york there's like film critic couldn't white his boehner while like the headlines read unlike reductions yes we're so but like they were focusing on that on that part of it as if that was like the main understanding of how comedy works that's the only way to understand and this kind of like middle brow pretension does really like cats at my core like really annoys me because it's not a real thorough into understanding of any kind of intellectual topic rape and yet it's suffices for like dinner parties for people who don't really know much yet i totally agree the the new yorker podcast sucks redneck is not a good podcast host he must be good editor because it's been editor of the new yorker magazine for many of its good years i still think as a magazine like they do some things like better than anybody else does insurance i check for them yeah he does and just terms of in depth investigative journalism they do that really well but i agree there podcast sucks and it's part of this npr sort of conglomeration of podcasts that i agree it's like they get the yeah i don't know exactly it's like they boiled down a intellectual idea into like the dumbest form of it and then just like kind of spit it out for the sake of it being like making people who carry tote bags feel smart like a badge of honor us that that kind of thing to like demean like not really demean other people or to put other people down but like on smarter than you that kind of thing right yeah kind of like it's like maggie haberman kind of like politeness politics all fucking i mean the new york times even this week they battled to the white house like stephen miller was going to be on the daily podcast and they asked specifically to not use the audio of his sort of like unfiltered like rants on immigration and they were like oh okay and they didn't do that and then they just they posted some weird oped today about like the contagion of incivility that is like so just odd of this like you know both sides are really really fond down like a by the wayside now we don't know what to do i don't know where they i don't know where they are anymore to be fair when they did play the audio the first time all animals within a ten beater died community committed it's kind of like a ring type type thing if you hear it a phone call it's his days i'm going to defend the new york times here a cool oh hashtag cool at the hashtag resistance right no just that reporting is a like with maggie haberman she's always thinking about like she has hundreds of anonymous sources who she has to worry about and she has gotten scoops.
"gadsby" Discussed on Omnibus
"I feel like check arrived check the exits so you told me about gatsby and i went and as is my wont tried to read gatsby you have perused gadsby i began gatsby and tried to digest it and it was i think it would be for any one of a really unusual experience because looking at a page of gatsby any page just at a distance just just sort of scanning it looks wrong the absent really visually there's a the absence of the e just at a quick scan makes the page seem like it isn't taxed but is like formula almost in in my iron in my mind it looks mathematical or it looked like computer code in theater it looked like it looked like a list of words rather them sentences because without an eu it's not rebel dictionary or something yeah i couldn't have looked at it and said oh there aren't any he's here it just looked like a foreign language higher interest in in just scanning mm to read it in order to write an entire novel without ease he had to find synonyms for every common word think about the challenges of this you know he uh you know you can't say any number from six to thirty you know you're candidate was not the you'd right uk's the past tense you can't say gadsby walked you have to say gadsby did walk and yes of the bucks for these kind of circumlocutions like he calls turkey a thanksgiving national bird rights because he literally can't use the word turkey yes it describe a wedding without using the words bride cake wedding marriage it you know like almost any word you would wanna use is off the table so only he's trying to write kind of a young adult novel or it's a it's a coming of age novel like you say yes sort of a it seems like a sinclair lewis kinda thing about a small american town in decline where this young go getter john gadsby tries to create a a a youth organisation to get the city behind it added and grow.
"gadsby" Discussed on Omnibus
"No but it down the line of keys earned shirt lou and now an eta insured learned alignments wonder if what if you forgot to get rid of that line of text tax inuit in the mall dan i could but we're getting pretty far field from let's talk about gadsby for a second the observation that ernest vincent right made was that he was far and away the most abundant letter in ridden english but but and he exaggerated some degree in his in his introduction day gadsby he says that the lottery appears five times more than any other letter which is not close to true what is the unless unless you're saying ellen degeneres elena generous renee zellweger renee zellweger fees bs if you're running away bs there are five times as many ease any other evolve cheese these bs early matiz seve but these are all things that cannot be said in the book gadsby his idea with gadsby was to write a book of novel length fifty thousand words hundreds of thousands of letters that does not once contain the letter e the most common letter in english why he can use why just can't houston for your every time atlanta georgia 1979 are you scare yes one by one kids are going missing with no explanation of black 15yearold male who lived in the same area where three other children have disappeared there was a real life monster on the loose the city of atlanta demanded answers in a city kids get killed unfortunately nobody cares by 1980 won the fbi was involved in one of the largest manhunts in us history and eventually they put one man behind bars.