6 Burst results for "George Zonders"

"george zonders" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Anybody else in couples persons been super super well first you owe me money i'll give her the microphone i four can help you out you throw it in my face there the fucking minor do you prefer drama or comet i tunnel item both you know i never see it that way drama comedy i kind of deceit is a story you know in you kinda you do this story and sometimes it's funny or sometimes it's dramatic i kinda feel like if something's all of one i don't enjoy it as much you know i kinda like a combination you know because i just kinda feel it that's how when you're trying to figure out the truth of a thing you know like there's i've been in very awful situations were something really funny ambitions you know what i mean i think we all have or you're in a funny thing and then suddenly something really terrible happens in every one now you're in a new mode dna it's uh those are the parts in life i think i'm the most interested in and and those are the kind of books i like i like george zonders as a writer he's so beautiful at doing that staff of of writing these stories that or that all i'm that bribe that so well tobias wolves another guy really like and so anyway and you're getting no money the sky awake with him uh uh do you do i'll give it you can give it to him anthony i'm sorry i'm sorry i can only i can't see over there it's hard to see.

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"george zonders" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Anybody else in couples persons been super super well first you owe me money i'll give her the microphone i four can help you out you throw it in my face there the fucking minor do you prefer drama or comet i tunnel item both you know i never see it that way drama comedy i kind of deceit is a story you know in you kinda you do this story and sometimes it's funny or sometimes it's dramatic i kinda feel like if something's all of one i don't enjoy it as much you know i kinda like a combination you know because i just kinda feel it that's how when you're trying to figure out the truth of a thing you know like there's i've been in very awful situations were something really funny ambitions you know what i mean i think we all have or you're in a funny thing and then suddenly something really terrible happens in every one now you're in a new mode dna it's uh those are the parts in life i think i'm the most interested in and and those are the kind of books i like i like george zonders as a writer he's so beautiful at doing that staff of of writing these stories that or that all i'm that bribe that so well tobias wolves another guy really like and so anyway and you're getting no money the sky awake with him uh uh do you do i'll give it you can give it to him anthony i'm sorry i'm sorry i can only i can't see over there it's hard to see.

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"george zonders" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mode of being thus thought gentleman thoughtfully combing a patch of grass with his hand the lord the fellow was low he was attempting to formulate a goodbye in some sort of positive spirit not wishing to enact that final departure in gloom in case it might be felt somehow by the lead even as he told himself with led was now passed feeling so he lingered hoping for some comforting notion to arise upon which he might expand but nothing game lo colder than before and sattar and when he directed his mind outward seeking the comfort of his life out there and the encouragement of his future prospects and the high regard in which he was hailed no comfort was forthcoming but on the contrary he was not seeing well thought of was succeeding in much of anything at all george zonders a reading for his unbelievable novel lincoln in the bardot with are acting company serena brooke jim russell fled newman joined by miss player coffee lu lu lu.

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"george zonders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wedding parties instantaneously decimated by us be a drone strike during this phase was not a single one we sat on roads in every city in every nation in the world a total of zero roadside bombs which not being there did not explode killing maiming a total of nobody as night fell additional operations were completed by a number of parttime members are as well as nonmembers being considered for membership in boston a bitter homophobic retired plumber whose grocery bag broke open gave a loaf of very nice spread to a balding game and which stopped to help him in fresno california a man sitting in his computer having a malicious political exchanged with a total stranger stood up left the room help his wife with ambitious and soon standing there they found themselves singing mr boge angles who are we a word about our membership since the world began we have gone about our were quietly resisting urged to generalise insisting upon valuing the individual over the group the actual over the conceptual the small decent act over the sudden violent lunge the complicated reality of the present moment over the theoretically you for future supposedly to be obtained via murder or massacre many of us have trouble sleeping and lie awake at night worrying about a catastrophe befalling someone we love we rise in the morning with no plans to convert any one via beating humiliation or invasion to tell the truth retired we work we would really like some peace and quiet when hong we think about it awhile than apologize we stand under awning stern urban thunderstorms moved to thoughtfulness by the beautiful troubled umbrella tinged faces rushing by in moments of crisis we pat one another awkwardly on the back some mumbling shy truisms as we rushed to an appointment suddenly remembering a friend who's passed away our ice might well up with tears in we think well i was lucky gis to have known her this is us this is who we are this is prk a to those who would oppose us i would simply say we are many we are worldwide we in fact our number you though you are louder though you create a momentary ripple on the water of life we will endure and prevail join us resistance is feudal amen man the he george zonders.

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"george zonders" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Part of your job i mean you have a bunch of people working for agence too but part of your job is is looking for new voices all the time did bring into this like gq family that you've been talking about what are you looking for in people how do you make that choice too where do people need to be as a writer for them to be ready for you well sometimes it's just a great idea and i would also say that lots of people have great ideas and then my next question is how can you how can i have confidence that you'll executed and you will bring something different and that's a whole nother conversation the thing that i'm always defer i always trying to bring in new riders and sometimes it's like a look at a look at fiction writers all think gosh you can tell certain novelists have a non fiction gift if they if they went out into the world their curiosity so great george zonders is you know a natural reporter even though he's the world's greatest novelists and shortstory writer um and i was thinking about karen rustle and she with this piece call about the one i'd matador and that peace was that's a perfect lead to me a perfectly of course it's you know talking about an eye getting poked out by five pull hard to screw that lineup but it was just like karen writes every single sentence i love these writers are editor dan riley just has this book flying me is like this too like every sentence just sings it's incredible and it doesn't have the sense of feeling like it's been worked over it probably has but it doesn't have this sense of being polished until the life comes out of it and a karen just blew me away just how a fiction writer could just so instantly transition and to a a journalist that doesn't always doesn't always work but i'm also looking four riders that recognize that what they're doing is not just reporting a story not just giving news of the world.

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"george zonders" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"george zonders" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"The day spent drunk became more frequent a month later he was fired when he turned up to the recording slurring his words sensing a story the press began to hound conway hoping that their suspicions were correct tom conway was bitterly resentful of his brother george zonders success when he was finally tracked down the only statement he would give was that all was well between the brothers and that his career was dying a natural death i'm finding it difficult he said it's hard to come to terms with the fact that the work is drying up by now tom conway's money had all but gone he was living in a modest apartment barely furnished and unsure of what to do next he tentatively reached out to his brother hell but no reply game sanders was by now commanding huge sums to appear in such films as ivanhoe and witnessed the matter and was hardly ever in los angeles anymore still drinking heavily conway swallowed his pride in returns to hollywood to give movies and other dry despite looking a little older he managed to pick of work in lowbudget movie bride of the guerrilla for cuts yard mack plus a recurring role as a guest on the hit panel show bachelors haven in which the wives the celebrities gave out romantic advice when the producers of this show ask him one day if you knew of any fabulous society beauties who might be available to fill in at very short notice he replied that he did judge arguable had been married to tomes brother george for almost three years during which time the romance between her and her husband had slowly suffered a former miss hungary she traveled to america and 19 forty bomb with one aim in mind to accrue an display upon herself the largest collection of jewelry and fine clothes the world had ever seen ostentatious fashions and glittering baubles were the elixir from which the spirit of jacques boardroom strength i loved to put on diamonds and beautiful evening gowns make my girlfriend's upset she once said.

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