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Van Gogh’s Letter About His Brothel Visit Sells For $235,000 At Auction
"But then goes was sold at auction for a modest two hundred thirty five thousand dollars but it wasn't a painting it was a four page letter written by Vincent van Gogh and fellow artist Paul Gauguin in which they detailed their visits to some brothels it was addressed to French artist and L. Bernardin was written in November of eighteen eighty eight just a few weeks before van Gogh famously cut off his left ear the letter is now in the hands of the Vincent van Gogh foundation and will be displayed at the van Gogh museum in Amsterdam later this
"gauguin" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"It's the newspaper podcast with me. Ben Luke thanks for listening this week. We're looking at a gauguin fake in the Getty Museum can McMahon's dramatic new paintings. Thanks for the Great Hall at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York and a show about art. And Food Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge before we begin just a reminder that you can sign up for a free the daily newsletter to read all the latest news go to the newspaper Dot Com and click on the link at the top right of the page now. The latest print edition of the art newspaper is just out on. The front page is a fascinating story in which we learned that. A carving of a whole devil bought by the J Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles as a sculpture by Paul. Gauguin is in fact. Act Not genuine head with horns which fetched a record. Price for Gauguin's culture probably around three million dollars has just been downgraded to being by an unknown artist and relegated relegated to the storeroom correspondent Martin. Bailey wrote the story and I spoke to him in our London office. Martin I wonder if we might begin by. Are you telling us how you got involved in the sculpture. Because it's been something you've been focused on for quite some time yes. I've always been intrigued. By Gauguin's sculptures paintings are so well known the sculptures the very imaginative and I don't think they quite detention to they deserved so I was particularly interested in this new one which appeared when the getty bought it and interestingly enough when the director announced the acquisition. She said that Gauguin's Sculpture Elsa is exceedingly rare. This intriguing work stands out as superb example. Will it certainly in creaking. And that's what made me want to dig into it and I'm normally very loyal to the newspaper but on this occasion I wanted to do a ready detail. Peace with footnotes. I wrote a piece for Apollo. Oh ten years ago questioning what this really walls and there were three possibilities one is this. It is indeed a genuine Gauguin's sculpture which causes what the Getty said what they paid for the other possibility. Another possibility is that it was made by Polynesian sculptor. Not Go go but it was made in the southeast and the third possibility is that it was actually made by the European. So that's what I set out to try and look at the puzzle Tron. Solve it to what were the an issue Grounds to link to Gauguin into assert that it was a gauguin's coacher. Yes now the. There are two photographs of the sculpture which appear in Gauguin's notebook which is called Noah or Noah which he wrote in around eighteen thousand nine so it was in his own notebook it was obviously a very important sculpture for him and it had had always been assumed the with be made by Gogo but the sculpture had actually disappeared and Mitt. It not being seen all we had with a face graphs of it in Gauguin's album now in nine hundred ninety seven sculpture southernly surfaced and appeared in an exhibition in France so we actually had the physical object and it was some years afterwards Five years afterwards that it was bought by the getty and the they haven't disclaimer is the price but The being reports that it was between three and five million dollars which would actually be record. Price for Gauguin's sculpture. Is it right that they actually actually accord the getty actually aquatic wall. It was on display another museum. It was actually on display at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York in a go gang suspicion commission when they bought it but they'd obviously been negotiating quietly behind the scenes from some months before and it is interesting that this work has been accepted by the world's leading museums. I mean the tate put on a fantastic gauguin retrospective in two thousand eleven. They showed it and that retrospective respective went onto the National Gallery of art in Washington where it was shown and then I think it was two thousand fifteen. The Museum of Modern Art in New York Walk showed it so it has been very widely exhibited by the wills talk museums. So when when you wrote that article in two thousand nine for Polo will you casting doubt on the beach. And then were there doubts in the in this kind of dog and scholarship at that time well hasn't really been published doubts. But I did talk to a number of Google and specialists about it. And it's the most curious object The head itself is very smoothly carved which you find in some Gauguin's sculpture. But in general he takes a rougher approach and the top is Sandalwood The most unusual unusual base to it which is as large as a hedge itself. And we don't know any other Gauguin's sculptures which have this sort of a huge base to it and the base is interesting enough probably a found object. It's the piece of architecture which has been removed and used in another context. Now that's quite interesting arrest but on the other hand Gauguin was very imaginative artist. So it's sort of thing that he might have done. The found objects emerged rather later in on the twentieth century. And so it's also curious because there's quite a severe crack in the head and wants doing a smoothly carved piece of Sculpture wouldn't already want the finest wood one could get and So the the object is curious but Durga sculpture a so unusual and so many different sorts of material he used ceramics and wood set. Didn't rule it out. But the reason why I already questioned it when I was writing about it was an illustration I found in a book published in France in one thousand nine hundred thirty on the art of the colonies. Is the French colonists. This book could not been cited in the Gauguin Literature. So I'm not sure that any of the other specialists had seen it and there's a photograph which is is the same as the one in the gauguin album and it's what is interesting is the caption. And I got the book here and it's caption markes. Islands islands of which is where Gauguin was working. And then it says idol adult in French and the photo credit says colonial department so obviously in the nineteenth century it was assumed to be a Polynesian sculpture. And not a Gogo. Oh God so that raised serious questions in my mind will in addition to it possibly being a gauguin with two other options one was that it was made made by Polynesian. But I taught quite a lot of specialists in the art of Tahiti and Markes Nyland's and they said this work is nothing thing to do with a local sculptor and in any case it's got horns like a devil and the in their culture they don't see Safaga so it wasn't a traditional piece of Polynesians culture but there was a sort of option on that one too because it could have been made for European pin market. I mean it's what we might call. Airport are now something to sell to tourists who think this is what Polynesian Arches which is like so that was one possibility and another possibility is it was carved by European. And and there's a French specialist Who collects third graphs of Tahiti in the nineteenth century? He's very interesting Gogo. Angry fabry's four one ma and and and his theory is that it was actually carved by a European Walea. An apparently whaling ships were going all over the Pacific. The sailors didn't have much approach to do whilst they were at sea and they often stopped Into Hiti partly because the often rather went for the local women at this go candid and the theory of breezes theory is that it was caused by Walea so we have all these different possibilities especially the key thing is. When did the doubt setting at the getty? Well there was a new curator analyst. Damar who arrived in two thousand and eight said this was well after the purchase. And she's now working on a very detailed catalog Grayson. A of the Getty Sculpture Collection. Says she was looking into a fresh and she had not been involved in the purchase so she had a more open mind and full marks to the getty. They've been quite quite open about it and she's been open about it and the in that published catalogue. They're not going to do. They can describe it as maker unknown and but there is an important bit of new evidence which emerged a few years ago because officials graph album with veg- golf's by Agostini. Who is a French photographer? Welcome to Hiti emerged and was bought by the Musee Du Cape Rolling in Paris and that photograph of this sculpture is also captioned as an a polynesian I dole and a one khanate the photograph because of the other. I Call Austin album and the third guards were actually taken and in eighteen ninety four which was the year before Gauguin returned and he was is in Paris so that was really the concluding evidence that it was not agom. So we're left with the mystery of this intriguing object As to who really made it. It's an important object. I should stress an. It's writes in a museum because it was very greatly admired by Gogo so in in that sense it's very important. He drew it either. There there was a very powerful doing that. He made him which they sort of figure looms behind a woman. Exactly now. You're quite right. It was a very important influence on Gauguin and it meant a great deal Him He presumably believed that it was a traditional channel at two Haitian sculpture and It was a motif which he brought into his own are. So that's why it's important and that's why It's wonderful that the object is at a public museum and not hidden away in a private collection. So is that it now. It's rea resigned to not being Gauguin. It's still in the collection as you say but are there any further repercussions of this could getty seek recompense from those in the Wildenstein Gallery. I presume Jim. We're assuming that everybody acting good faith and therefore there's no possibility of further action. That could be taken yes. That's a difficult question. I'm sure the getty is looking closely. At what the switch of the legal situation recently they've also will sign gallery about the professionals and where it should been before they acquired before the galleria client it an all all it being told that it was with a Swiss private collector. So we don't really know where it came from and it's a mystery where it's been for a hundred years since when it was craft in Tahiti so they sort of discussions will be continuing. And in the meantime the sculpture has not not being banished to the Stolz and presumably will not be requested for Gauguin retrospectives from now onwards. But one hopes uh-huh specialist will do more study of the work and maybe aunts a bit more about the puzzle with facing. Well I think people can expect to read Northern Illinois newspaper in that. Thank you very much thank you..
"All right. I've been hitting the gym. I'm back in the gym it. It's time to get this lazy ass body doing something. That's really going to make a difference and I've started the gym now. It's been about two weeks now so I've gone every day except for two days now. One of the things I like to do is I used to be an avid runner. Now I'm not talking. Ultra Marathon Lake Gauguin's or anything like that. I used to run. I'd run on average five to seven K every few you days or whatnot. It's kind of interesting because I got back on the good old treadmill there and I started out started out running. And I did a whopping eight minutes st eight minutes. Can you believe it aide whole minutes. It's on the treadmill. Yeah kind of laughed at myself because that was a far far contrast from what I used to do. Now I've been running every day. I start out every single. Dale Walk for a couple of minutes. It's just to get the body all limbered up and everything will start running. I notice I went from eight minutes up to twelve minutes up to fourteen minutes and then I had this little barrier that I put in place for my mind I could do twelve minutes. I do fourteen minutes no problem. It was easy simple for me but every time I tried. There's that word you all know that. I can't stand that word every time I tried to do more more that block that barrier would come up and it would stop me for moving ahead. Well something pretty amazing happened this morning. I want to share it all with you because it's so relevant for all all of us. I'm not just celebrating my own accomplishment this morning here I want to paint the picture of what's possible for each and any one of us to be able to remember I am not that ultramarathons Kamera thon guy so here. I am rocking out this morning. I hit the fourteen minute mark and something different happens. Something changes morning. I could keep going so I did. And what's interesting is I set myself small little piece of small little things to focus on. Okay if I can do fifteen minutes. Can I get to seventeen. My logic in my mind was five. Do Seventeen. That's Fifteenth Fifteen street minutes of running. Plus my two minute warmup. Yeah that's pretty good. I hit seventeen and I was still get to go. I kept doing that until thirty two minutes. meaning that I I had my two minute warm up and I ran straight for thirty minutes now for all you marathon saute. This is no big deal for you. It's like whoopy-doo the guy ran thirty minutes. But for me this guy that's basically been outta shape. It was an accomplishment this morning. What I'm seeing? Here's it each and every one of us can do this. It takes commitment. It takes perseverance. And it takes jake setting up a different standard in our mind. Remember what my old standard used to be it used to be. You can get to fourteen minutes. I could get to sixty minutes and I'm done. I'm tapping I'm finished. It's all I got guess. What a whole lot more than my tank? I didn't do anything different. It's not like I had a bunch of extra arrest or anything. I just got off my ass this morning hopped on that treadmill and I fucking crushed crushed. It crushed it from me. What's great is you can do this? Take this it's a bit of a mindset thing do what I did is I set small little milestones. Okay if I can hit seventeen eighteen minutes can I hit twenty minutes. Can I hit twenty two. Can I hit twenty six. Can I hit twenty. Can I hit thirty. I set myself up small little milestones and I believe that I could do it so enough of my accomplishment though something. I'm really proud of but enough about that. Let's get into the myth of multitasking. What the Hell is this whole idea of multitasking? Well well the idea of multitasking is that we can do multiple things at a time. I'm here to tell you. That's a bunch of absolute bullshit. Now where I use this where he uses in particular Taylor in my business. Coaching is when I'm working with managers. We've all heard the old story of the open door policy. Yeah just come on in anytime no problem I can help you and and we'll I think it's great to be able to build that beautiful report with all your people that work with you that work for you when it's time to do some work when it's time to take on the tasks that require that focus. This is when we have to close that door because we can do one thing at a time really great. We were never meant to do multiple things at a time and for myself. I've really recognized the most I can do. Is One thing I can chew gum and walk. Hey if that's multitasking. Then I guess I'm rocking it out but what I'm here to say as we. We can do multiple things when I'm coaching right. When I'm working with clients I'm not sitting there scrolling through facebook feeds and this and that why because I don't have the capacity for that when I'm doing in my one thing and I'm doing it really great and I'm crushing it? I'm getting all the results and guess what I'm saving time. See the idea that we can do multiple things. It actually takes takes US longer right. Yeah I can multitask. Here's the thing though your brain has to shift thought processes rate sitting in planning out a budget versus going and you oh speaking to an employee that comes in and whatnot. You have to interrupt that one task. That budgeting mindset and you have to shift that mindset into something else now lots of practice you can do it fairly effortlessly heartlessly. But they're still a time loss where we make up that time and where we give ourselves out time back is when we focus on that one thing that we can do really great the idea for this podcast. It came this morning I was running on treadmills. I was cranking and I'm like oh I've got to capture this. I've got one of those minds if I don't write it down if I don't capture it right away poof. It's gone on. I didn't want to lose it this morning. So here I tried the whole myth of multitask. So here I am. I'm running away. I'm grabbing the phone and I have to capture this right. I have to capture the title for this podcast. What I'm going to speak about today so I'm trying to type I'm running? I'm half fallen off this treadmill. I'm sure if anyone was looking at me they'd have got a good chuckle out of it. See even on that. We can't multitask not task. We can do one thing really great really quickly really efficiently. Take some time for yourself to say. What is it that I have have to do? I can tell you the reason I bring. This up is because people where they struggle were they have. Some of their biggest challenges is when they're trying to manage multiple tasks all at once. So so. You can't do it what you can do that one thing really great. This is where I tie it into scheduling scheduling in that task. That you have to do that. You have to to get behind so that when the time comes to crush it when the time comes to absolutely give it your all and get the task done on time on budget with everything you need to all it takes to get it done on is to focus in on that one thing. Stop Telling Yourself that myth that we can do multiple things at once we can do one thing really great. Give yourself a gift because it it really is a gift it's GonNa Save you time. It's going to increase your productivity. You're going to get a hell of a lot more done when you focus in on that one thing the idea of multitasking asking you know what recycle that idea get it out. Transform that energy into something that's GonNa help you focus in on that one thing right as we all know about energy it can neither be created nor destroyed only transformed. And this is what we're looking to do with that. Stop worrying about trying. There's that word stop worrying about trying to multitask and instead focus in on that one thing that you're doing right now. The benefits re permit are amazing. You'll get so much more done you'll be so much. More are productive and intern. You'll be so much happier managers. It's okay to close that door if you're focusing on something that requires all your attention. Take it utilize utilize that utilize that moment utilize that time. You will be extremely happy that you did. You're gonNA get more done. Focus in on that one thing.
"gauguin" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast
"About to discover everything. You need to know about pool gog on cruises. What's good who it's ready for and important watch outs hi. I'm gary benbridge and this. This is another of my tips for travis. I'm currently as a record this onboard the poll gone out to share with you everything that i've learned about pogo gone that you need to know uh pogo gone is a small ship luxury cruise line. It's a one ship cruise line and they cruise around the french polynesian islands the refocus focus on seven to fourteen day round trips out of the petty. They're owned by a company called pacific beach and they are the biggest operator of luxury resorts across the french polynesian islands. They've been in business for twenty five years so real experts in the region the ship that says as the pull gun originally came into service nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight was actually bought by the pacific beach in two thousand six and became the paul gauguin to sell around the region so what to paul gauguin do that's unique different or better in my view. There are five things that they do incredibly well. First of all small ship luxury cruising using the ship only has three hundred thirty two guests. Two hundred seventeen crews are very high crew to passenger ratio. They have quite a wide range of cabins which trains from very large owner suites down to porthole cabins cruising in the most common on board. Which is the balcony cabin because beautiful. It's great to have a balcony cruising through french polynesia. The ship has quite a lot of choice so there are three dining venues on board all of which are included within the fat so the main school lead twelve they also have the verandah which is a buffet for breakfast and lunch and the evening turns into sort of about market french restaurant front and the heavily grill which is up on deck and again. It's a buffet breakfast and lunch and in the evening it becomes a special dining venue. The ship also has the usual usual things that you would expect despite being small ships that has a theater has a small casino couple of bars on board pool deck. It has a spot has a fitness center. The ship also has a water sports platform which opens at the rear of the ship so obviously a small ship but it's a preloader ship. It's fitted out in a very luxurious way and on the service and attention to detail and the quality of the food is very high. The company has been operating for over twenty five years within french polynesia's so their understanding and the relationship with all of the islands and the people is very very strong said really know and understand the islands and have incredible connections. The pogo count itself has been designed designed to cruise around the french polynesian islands so not only is it small but also has a very shallow draft and that's very important because it can call on the islands that other ships caught get to onboard they have what is known as the lay organs these are billed as taishan ambassadors and also polynesian entertainers. They didn't provide much of the entertainment and also many of the activities are run by the less cons they will do. Don says they will do singing provide demonstrations on how to make local crofts so let's cocoons are key part of the whole polynesian experience that is created on board the ship. There's also an enrichment electron board who will give talks about the region and they have a big punisher night normally held in maria where they bring on board local entertainers the have a punishment buffet pungent food so i think one of the key things they do is bring alive the whole connection the whole polynesian experience the the third thing which i think is really good is the fares are largely all inclusive pretty much. Everything's included so of course you're combinations included oil dining including including eating at the specialty dining restaurants or your gratuities on polluted. Your drinks are included so wine beer. Spirits soft drinks use use of the watersports platform. That's included they also provide your snorkeling equipment also time at the private beach in bora bora and also access says and the day on the private island motor muhanna and of course all the entertainment on the on-board enrichment activities so what's not included or excursions are not included wifi is not included and you can buy packages of wifi so for example on the cruise it is on its around about twenty nine dollars a day for unlimited wi fi and the wi fi was actually pretty good. Another thing which i think is something they do. Incredibly well is some of the access to the private facilities so evidently private avid islet called moto mahane which is the island of faa and this is a beautiful day out way you head across a host ship has across they don't on entertainment you have sports. They have a fantastic and huge barbecue and also in bora bora. They have private beach. They will shuttle people to and from the beach. I think that's a phenomenal thing some of their privacies these are really top notch that absolutely beautiful and they of course included within the fair. Another thing that i thought was a phenomenal thing. They did worthy excursions. There was an enormous range of excursions. Particularly considering is quite a small ship and just have it three hundred passengers so they had scuba diving snorkeling in every report wave runner activities and every coach at catamaran's simple gentle sightseeing glass bottom boats days out at very premium siemian prestigious resorts which was one of my favorites. You'd have access to the beach. The who you'd have lunch included that had much more active excursions so they had the things like a._t._v.'s and full by four drives and some cultural and ecological activities as well then on top of that you could also then go and helicopter rise float plane rides and get a view of the islands so new normal range of excursions were offered and that was a big plus especially as i said because it's a small ship with not that many passages so who do i think that pull gauguin is most successful especially the passages are in their fifties and and sixty s and pretty active is a pretty active cruise for start. All of the stops are tend to stop so you have to be nimble enough to be able to climb in and out of the ten days is a couple of places that were like on the private beach that was a wit landing gear to be acting able enough to get off the tenders into the water mostly exclusions. It's all pretty actively the snorkeling a._t. Drives us wave runners the cycling so it's pretty active experience you'll find that the passengers tend to be sort of fifties and sixties but they all very active now of course it's a luxury line so it's really expensive so that does by definition attract the people who are able to have the time and the money me to do that because french polynesia is quite a long way to get to from europe. It's about twenty one us even from l._a. It's eight out there. Were of course some young people on board because of course french polynesia coming luxury cruise is also very attractive for honeymooners people celebrating some significant birthdays or events in terms. The mix of people put an interesting mix. It's predominantly american lots of canadians but there was a good representation of people from asia because things like etta hiti nui it it flies in from japan quality french because of course the strong french connection with french polynesia and of course with all cruises wherever you go you'll always find and lots of australians and new zealanders who love cruising that i was on board is primarily english but all the announcements will be done by an english and french. The menus will be an english and french program can either english or french so definitely is bilingual but it is predominantly english on board so what about solo tablets and what about families families there were a couple of solid on board the cruise i was on but it can be relatively expensive way to cruise. What's very important. Is you need to work with your agent or with poor god. If you are a traveler i wanna come the cruisers because they do various office and deals at various times of the year but you can end up paying the premium cabins and the sweets the the price of two people in our one of you so very importantly so work with your crews agent will work with paul gauguin and find out which of the cruisers they're offering different discounts in office with better prices for solar travelers. So what about families now polka can can be a pretty attractive.
"gauguin" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"gauguin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Third second back back back back the paul just went and paul gauguin oh okay erg why this seems like it's fixed for me not to do well i think i took care of that for you pal don't worry about it i think you make loving and now mclovin goes mclovin go okay i don't think anyone's taking our favorite team yet how a little love for the small country of iceland iceland good odds on that very good odds like two hundred one fritzy your next costa rica costa now shocking the world's way we're doing vacation are they in group b as well usa all right i got the final pick here landon donovan i could either go columbia russia poland or may mexico mexico is in the same group as germany sweden and curb south korea yeah let me ask you guys a question i find myself i tweeted this the other day i find myself rooting for mexico and panama costa rica well it the us's not there so it's not sacrilegious i'm gonna people are like how can you root for them i don't know i'm gonna go russia i don't i mean it's just a homecourt advantage homecourt home home pitch advantage here they might get a friendly call i might tweets might get a tweet from the president all right landon donovan of course the greatest us soccer player of all time i got one single question for you and one single question alone that's it why is team usa not in the world cup aside from not qualifying why didn't they qualify.
"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Jane thank you overnight right now baby put you in what i go to mahmoud gauguin really trust nobody will join the blackened show got damaged by come with tony romo forgotten auto bars right because i really trust my show oh right there it's called psycho seventy seven i love this people you got a bump in town thanks to be here the true now we can see things next next to naturally.
"gauguin" Discussed on Filmspotting
"When the blind date the blind typos full in the ditch vincent not as strong the one i lead to earlier is the death scene that's just it's you know douglas going to go for it and he does like when we pretended to have a big death scene when we were kids you know playing war whatever yet it's you're so it's exists over the top it is and and i think maybe because i just love douglas so much as an actor i wanted something better there and maybe something a little bit more subtle there and speaking of subtlety or lack thereof there is some irony in this being a movie where manelli gives us a moment where gauguin and then along with them to an extent van gogh they go to a brothel i think in gauguin comments on a painting that we don't even see in mock symbolism and then late in the movie manelli doubles down by completely on making sure that the audience completely understands the symbolism of the painting of the guy in the field and how it represents death and what that meant to him about time he been going to underline that symbolism to make sure that we know it but there is still something you talked about his service and the way he is trying to find his path in life those questions of how you serve yourself how you serve your particular skill or talent but also be a brother how you be a son how you be a lover the movie explores that then add into that how do you do all that and avoid going mad in the process or succumbing to your mental illness and not let it destroy you and then there's this added element where he's also someone who wants to do all those things but serve society as a whole and the also the movie starts this way and he seems to still be there to an extent at the end he wants to serve god he thinks actually what he has to do is be an artist in order to serve all of those different needs and you can see how by manelli setting all of those elements up you can see how that would be a tremendous burden on this care character to to bear any ultimately can't bear it there are.
"gauguin" Discussed on Channel 955
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"gauguin" Discussed on The Paris Review
"Why don't you come with us she said hollis smiled slightly sharable is she he said you wouldn't have to share it was meant to tour met him he knew leave my family and business just like bad gauguin did it i'm a little more responsible than that maybe it's something you would do if it were a choice she said between life banned what life and a kind of pretend life don't axis if you didn't understand there's nobody that understands better than you though he felt than unwanted resentment that the hunt re over he saw let it be ended he heard her continue travel or in the air of a different world they drink greed you and me and mali as a gift well i don't know what what she looked like she's goodlooking what will you expect how undress there for you i'll tell you something funny how a said something i heard they say that everything in the universe the planets over galaxies everything the entire universe came originally from something the size of a grain of rice that exploded and formed what we have now the sun stars earth seeds everything there is including what i felt for you that morning on hudson street sitting there in the sunlight feta fulfilled and knowing it talking in love with one another i knew i had everything life would ever her offer you felt that of course anyone would i remember it all but i can't feel it now.
"gauguin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Of the uk bond london calling from ten to midnight down malaysia followed by dole villarreal's rugged believe as gauguin sales in it it all starts saturday afternoon at four p m on the musical sat around johnson and good morning i get the michigan ninety four somewhere ann arbor michigan by the name of he will the new rule lehman said good for you will give them my nerves these against those somewhere in michigan the 94 somewhere in arbil your maintenance guy europhile megan guy that sort of an unusual mainland have set a loan they were all in a haystack when i get up and do math oh man whoa ooh now you always her immigration system is broke and the justice system is broke and let's go speak for we don't like the laws we're on force many more we're not going to force many more that was coach big during the obama years somewhat through the butchers as well i can legitimately say banda i'd double dog there any anybody sick issue with this when the education system is broken it is fragmented it has been ground into the dirt by the heel of institutionalized racism straight up and that by the way is barack hussein obama legacy what a statement that make loud what are they had to say true accurate statement now your kids are being abused every day by this crap day they're being uh they're being taught that uh the only thing it matters is we have to have a certain amount of black people certain amount of a brown people a certain amount of white people and they're being taught every day that white people a pretty much the reason everything is wrong in the world well especially white males 100 percent stressed the white males and they are they get uh passes on beating the crap out of each other hiphop lhasa rhetoric gang activity on schools uh you know it's true your kids are being abused because of the school system and that is again this is no exaggeration this was groomed wellgroomed by brackets in alabama and come on kevin jennings a a black on.
"gauguin" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"gauguin" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Pass on friendly friendly emails to friends with ideas right gauguin's mainstream advice a a when you're in a mainstream world uh i might do we'll see a might do after that long term care an elder care i have neglected and ignored this topic not because not been of interest but it's one of those were there's not a lot of sexy solutions and i enjoy working on things that are sexy solutions rather than a simple and straightforward but a preval need to do that i want to lay out again um all the different approaches to financial independence early retirement account of the fire module's a a to sit still wanna keep serving the uh the fire community and lay those out the on a modular approach um me to create a probably add to that a guide to college planning needed to estate planning a simplified version of estate planning and perhaps the more complex the market for complex estate planning a so small that uh it's always frustrated me to uh it's always been a little bit daunting to say should i really invest the hundreds of hours into talking about um keep hurts so that when the application is to a tiny subsegment of the population but a may do at conceptually uh and the idea and all these things of course have to apply scale so how did do state planning when you are a a single person with no dependence old pretty simple had tuesday plenty we don't have much money you can do it with you know had to got by thousand dollar will cetera is eat understand the principles and there's so much bad advice it's given you know everyone needs will nonsense on arroni too will of you to see them stand would will does and does not do for you and then you can understand if unita will or not uh then that calculates up over time so.