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"gorey" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
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"gorey" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
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"gorey" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The last of their deaths. He left most of his estate to Edward Gorey Charitable Trust which funds animal welfare organizations at Gray, was actually really interested in animal welfare, particularly, cats and bats and In general the welfare of animals, he actually gave up wearing all those famous for coats, as he became more interested in animal welfare, later on in his life, when a family of raccoons and aided the elephant house, he let them keep living there almost as penance for having worn raccoon coat for so long. By, the time he died, he amassed a collection of twenty one for coats, which the found the foundation started off selling at a rate of one per year, and then sold the rest at auction in twenty ten as a fundraiser. In two thousand and two, the Highland Street Foundation purchased Edward Gorey home, and today is the Edward Gorey House Museum, which is open seasonally. Edward Gorey's influence continued to grow in the last decade of his life, and after his death and a twenty eleven article in the New, York Times Daniel Handler the author of a series of. Events, which is published under the name lemony. It said quote when I was first writing a series of unfortunate event events I was wandering around everywhere, saying I am a complete rip off of Edward. Gorey and everyone said that now. Everyone says that's right. You are a complete. Rip Off of Edward Gory. That delights me. Daniel Handler dragging himself cracks me up a little bit. The first volume of that series of books came out the year before Edward Glorious Death. Neil Gaiman had actually said that he wanted Edward Gorey to illustrate his Co. arline, but gory died the day that game and finished writing it. I don't actually know if Tim Burton has ever specifically cited Edward Gorey as an influence, but a lot of people writing about timber to make that connection well, the style is very similar of his drawings for sure so whether he said it or not, I think you can't discount. There's a very valid connection there. and Tracy included this quote in her outline to end with. Quote for some reason, my mission in life is to make everybody uneasy as possible I think we should all be easiest possible because that's what the world is like. And that was Edward Gorey is quoted by Richard Dyer in Boston, Globe magazine in Nineteen eighty-four. We'll also put a link in our show notes just for fun from the Great, sadly, no longer actively in production. Website the toast called how to tell if you're in an Edward Gorey book. which is delightful. That is Edward Gorey. Thank you so much for joining us today for this classic. If you have heard any kind of email, address or maybe facebook url during the course of the episode that might be obsolete. It might be.
"gorey" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Kinds of things there were of course books of which he had approximately twenty five thousand by the end of his life, but also cheese graders, salt and pepper shakers, knickknacks, interesting rocks, toys, games art, including some terrifically bad art on and on. He was often inspired by the Japanese concept of Wabi, Sabi, which ties to beauty found in the simple, the impermanent and the mundane. His time on Cape. Cod really contributed to the perception that Edward Gorey was a recluse in New York City. He had gone out almost every night, especially, when the ballet was performing, always wearing this very recognizable for coat and jewelry, but after he moved into the elephant house he stayed holds a lot more in addition to working. He read a vast number of books. Books and he also watched a whole lot of TV. He spoke often for his love of things like doctor, who buffy the vampire slayer and daytime soap operas Gorey's work is also on TV, in one thousand nine hundred eighty, he worked with Derek, Lam to animate the introductions who mystery from Boston public television, which for some people was their first introduction to work? Often while he was watching all this television, he'd make little beanbag creatures filled with Rice recognizable animals like bats, frogs, elephants, as well as characters like fig, bash along armed creature from the raging tide or the black dolls imbroglio, who would leader also have his own alphabet book? Some of this perception that Edward, Gorey was reclusive came from interviews as well, he could be quite charming and gregarious interviews, but really only if the interviewer was asking Kim, interesting questions if you sat down with Edward Gorey with the list of boring predictable. You might get a bunch of one word or evasive answers in response, especially, if other interviewers before you had already asked those same boring predictable, obvious things, so if you walked into an interview with Edward, Gorey, and you ask him. Why do you like to draw such macabre pictures? When he had been asked that question and also hated being called Macabre in the first place, you might get the impression. He didn't like talking to people. To add to all this solitude and curmudgeonly nece gory always lived alone, and he never had a serious romantic relationship. Combined with an often campy way of speaking and presenting himself this lead people naturally to wonder about his sexual orientation in a nineteen eighty interview with Boston magazine Lisa's Soledad Him what his sexual preferences were, and he answered quote. Well I'm neither one thing, nor the other. Particularly later in that same interview she asked is the sexless. Books a product of your asexuality. And he answered I would say so, although every now and then someone will say my books are seething with repressed sexual activity. These ideas came up in other interviews as well for example in one, thousand, nine, hundred four. He told Richard Dyer of Boston Globe magazine quote. Sometimes I ask myself why. I never ended up with somebody for the rest of my life, and then I realized that obviously I didn't want to or I would have. So. It's definitely true. That gory led a solitary life. Particularly once he moved to Cape Cod. Any tended not to answer the door, the phone or the male, although that led to him, feeling guilty about unopened piles of Fan mail which he once called. Thank you for being you craft. He didn't like to be flattered or fussed over or bothered, he didn't WanNa talk about interpretations of his work because he liked the idea of people's imaginations, having their own possibilities. Putting it out there. I will read. Thank you for being you crap any day of the week. At the same time, though it is really not accurate to think of Edward Gorey as a hermit or recluse, he gave most of those little beanbag creatures that he made a way to his friends. Even as he developed a cult fan following, he was listed in the phone book, and he was generous with his time when fans ran into him out in public, he literally knocked on the door. He might not answer it, but if he did answer it expecting it to be someone. He knew he would talk to you. He ate out almost every day with Jack's outback restaurant being a particular favourite. He did a lot of work that required him to be social, particularly working with community theaters all up and down Cape Cod staging plays and working on sets and costumes. Edward Gorey wrote and published books continually from nineteen fifty-three all the way to the end of his life, he created more than one hundred books of his own, and also designed the covers for hundreds of others as well as handling the design and typography for at least a hundred more. His illustrations accompanied the writings of t S. Eliot John, Updike Lewis Carroll Virginia Woolf H. G.. Wells Bram Stoker and Gilbert and Sullivan among others by introduction to t s Eliot was actually an addition of old possum's book of practical cats yet villa straighted by Edward Gorey which. Edward Grease cats are a lot friendlier and Goo fear than maybe anything else that he drew like they often have these big. dufy smiles on their faces, and they look really lousy and cuddly, and so I got the impression that Elliott was like A. Low, snug. Yeah. And then I got to college, and I had to read the wasteland and I was like what is. The, kiddies! I still have that book, so because Gorey's original books are illustrated, and they often feature children as characters, and because about twenty of these original books are alphabet books, sometimes people think of him as a children's author, and because terrible things often are happening to these children, these children in the books. He's also often imagined to have hated children, but really in his adult life. He didn't know any children. He didn't have any into in typically for them at all. At every time, this came up in an interview. He consistently would be like no I. Don't actually know any kids. While many of his books were suitable for most ages, others had a decidedly adult twist. For example he illustrated the recently deflowered girl, the right thing to say on every dubious occasion published under the pseudonym of Miss Hyacinth Phipps. It's a photo advice. Manual written by Mel Jeffey for what lady should say after being deflowered in a variety of odd and sometimes awful situations, gory also wrote and illustrated the Curious Sofa, a pornographic work by audra weary, which contains no nudity or explicit language, but also points the imagination in a very particular direction. Today many, but not all of Gorey's books are available in collections with names like Amfar, gory angry to the first of these came out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two, although gory himself preferred his books, as they were originally printed and bound today. A lot of them are out of print outside of these collections. You can definitely find a lot of standalone books, too, but there are things that are those collections that it's. It's hard to find in any other way. Gory died on. April Fifteenth Two thousand at the age of seventy five, following a heart attack that he had had a few days before he was cremated with part of his ashes, sent to be buried with his family part floated out to sea on a raft made of branches from the Magnolia Tree that grows outside of Elephant House and a small part save to be scattered in the yard where the cats were to be buried after.
"gorey" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Goring had relatives who lived on Cape Cod so he had visited there from time to time over the years as he started to spend more time there in the sixties and seventies he got involved in local theaters all along the Cape Designing promotional materials and costumes staging work of his own. Some of it quite experimental he continued to do some of the same work in New York. City as well in nineteen seventy-three. Gory designed the set. For PRODUCTION OF DRACULA that was to be staged on Nantucket off the coast of Cape Cod? When he was drawing for Books Gore usually worked at about the same size as the finished printed product for this set which looks like a black and white cross hatched illustration from one of his books. He drew larger images that were then blown up for the stage. This same staging opened on Broadway on October twentieth. Nineteen seventy seven where it ran until January of one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. It was nominated for three Tony Awards one for the sets and the costumes which gory had also designed and it was also it was also nominated for best revival. Gory when the Tony for his costume work in the production also when the Tony for best revival but it always really bothered him. The sets had not one as well. They are quite striking. It's one of those things that happens. Where you shrug were. It doesn't make sense. We see it all the time. Apparently it rankled him. I can understand that a musical adaptation of Gorey's own work gory. Stories appeared on Broadway in nineteen seventy eight after getting it start at the University of Kentucky and Gory adored this production which had a brief run off Broadway in January February. Along with sixteen previews it officially opened on Broadway on October thirtieth and it closed the very same night. The New York Times Daily News had been on strike for months. And it's just had not gotten much publicity. There's there are of course other stagings of Gorey's worker place he was related with but Dracula on Broadway and gory. Stories are the two Broadway productions corey spent more and more time on CAPE COD in the late. Nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties. He started easing up on his patronage of the New York City Ballet as George Balanchine started passing some of his leadership onto his successor's when bouncing died in one. Thousand nine hundred three. Gory decided it was time to think about leaving New York entirely at first he moved to barnstable Massachusetts where he stayed in a house belonging to relatives then he moved into a two hundred year old sea captains home in Yarmouth port. That he'd bought with his Dracula royalties he nicknamed it. The Elephant House. The elephant house became home to gory. His cats and his collections for the rest of his life in terms of cats typically had five or six. He thought six cats were a lot harder to keep up with and five and seven was far too many. This is exactly my numbers. Six is where I'm maxed out. Five is kind of perfect. Yeah you had a whole thing about when when there are six cats they somehow form this failings of cat and then I is like not not having so much of a supernatural level of combined cat intelligence but seven is right out in my experience. This is all entirely accurate And four collections. Moving from a tiny New York apartment to an entire house meant that he could spend his weekends poking around yard sales and looking for treasures and he collected all kinds of things. There were of course books of which he had approximately twenty five thousand by the end of his life but also cheese graders salt and pepper shakers knickknacks interesting rocks toys games art including some terrifically bad art on and on. He was often inspired by the Japanese concept of Wabi Sabi which ties to beauty found in the simple the impermanent and the mundane his time on Cape Cod really contributed to the perception that Edward Gorey was a recluse in New York City. He had gone out almost every night. Especially when the ballet was performing always wearing this very recognizable for coat and jewelry but after he moved into the elephant house he stayed holds a lot more. In addition to working he read a vast number of books and he also watched a whole lot of TV. He spoke often for his love of things. Like doctor who buffy the vampire slayer and daytime soap operas. Gorey's work is also on TV in one thousand nine hundred he worked with Derek. Lam To animate the introductions who mystery from Boston public television which for some people was their first introduction to Work often while he was watching all this television. He'd make little beanbag creatures filled with Rice. Recognizable animals like bats frogs elephants as well as characters like fig bash along armed creature from the raging tide or the black dolls imbroglio. Who would later also have his own alphabet book some of this perception that Edward Gorey was reclusive came from interviews as well. He could be quite charming and gregarious interviews. But really only if the interviewer was asking Kim interesting questions if you sat down with Edward Gorey with the list of boring predictable obvious questions. You might get a bunch of one word or evasive answers in response especially if other interviewers before you had already asked those same boring predictable obvious things so if you walked into an interview with Edward Gorey and you ask him. Why do you like to draw such macabre pictures when he had been asked that question and also hated being called Macabre in the first place? You might get the impression he didn't like talking to people to add to all this solitude and curmudgeonly nece. Gory always lived alone and he never had a serious romantic relationship combined with an often campy way of speaking and presenting himself. This lead people naturally to wonder about his sexual orientation in a nineteen eighty interview with Boston. Magazine Lisa's Soledad asked him what his sexual preferences were. And he answered quote. Well I'm neither one thing nor the other particularly later in that same interview she asked is the sexless of your books. A product of your asexuality and he answered. I would say so. Although every now and then someone will say. My books are seething with repressed sexuality. These ideas came up in other interviews as well for example in one thousand nine hundred four. He told Richard Dyer of Boston. Globe magazine quote. Sometimes I ask myself why I never ended up with somebody for the rest of my life and then I realized that obviously I didn't want to or I would have so. It's definitely true that gory led a solitary life particularly once he moved to Cape Cod any tended not to answer the door the phone or the male although that led to him feeling guilty about unopened piles of Fan mail which he once called. Thank you for being you craft. He didn't like to be flattered or fussed over or bothered. He didn't WanNa talk about interpretations of his work because he liked the idea of people's imaginations having their own possibilities putting it out there. I will read. Thank you for being you crap any day of the week at the same time though it is really not accurate to think of Edward Gorey as a hermit or recluse he gave most of those little beanbag creatures that he made a way to his friends even as he developed a cult fan following he was listed in the phone book and he was generous with his time when fans ran into him out in public he literally knocked on the door he might not answer it but if he did answer it expecting it to be someone he knew he would talk to you. He ate out almost every day with Jack's outback. Restaurant being a particular favourite. He did a lot of work that required him to be social particularly working with community theaters. All up and down Cape Cod staging plays and working on sets and costumes. Edward Gorey wrote and published books continually from nineteen fifty-three all the way to the end of his life. He created more than one hundred books of his own and also designed the covers for hundreds of others as well as handling the design and typography for at least a hundred more his illustrations accompanied the writings of t s Eliot John Updike Lewis Carroll Virginia Woolf H. G. Wells Bram Stoker and Gilbert and Sullivan among others by introduction to t s Eliot was actually an addition of old possum's book of practical cats yet villa straighted by Edward Gorey which Edward Grease. Cats are a lot friendlier and goofy her than maybe anything else that he drew like. They often have these big dufy smiles on their faces and they look really lousy and cuddly and so I got the impression that Elliott was like a low snug. Yeah and then I got to college and I had to read the wasteland and I was like what is the kiddies..
"gorey" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine. The doubtful guest caught the eye of Edmund Wilson. He wrote about in an article called the albums of Edward Gorey in the December issue of the New Yorker this brought Edward Gorey a lot more attention than he had before, and it was the first time a lot of people had ever heard of him. Although at this point, he was creating so many book covers for Doubleday Anchor that they almost certainly seen something he had drawn before. Nineteen fifty nine was also when gory left doubleday anchor to serve as director at looking glass library, which set out to repackage classic works for children in addition to being the art director he helped select some of the twenty eight books that were ultimately published, and he did illustrations for a few of them. The most famous was his illustrated war of the worlds which came out in nineteen sixty. He also illustrated a book of Ghost. Stories called the haunted looking glass, and he also chose the stories themselves for that one. Looking Glass Library folded in nineteen, sixty, two and gory started doing some work for other publishers as well as working freelance including designing advertisements, he also started granting permission for his existing illustrations to be used in other work. One example from later in his career is an end of life planning booklet called before I go, you should know my funeral and final plans which was distributed by funeral consumers alliance. SORTA seems perfect for Edward Gorey to have agreed to. also in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, the much beloved, the Gash Lee, chrome Chinese debuted as part of a three volume work called. The vinegar works three volumes of moral instruction, which also included the insect God and the West Wing The gas leak chrome Chinese has never been out of print. That same year nineteen sixty was a big year. Edward Gorey and Francis selloff launched the fantastic press. Stella was founder of the Gotham Book Mart which is a Bookstore in literary haven that had become the primary distribution point for a lot of Gorey's work Gotham. Book Mart is where gory sat to hand paint all those copies of the lavender Leotard, and when it opened an art gallery in nineteen, sixty seven. He was one of its first exhibitors. Gory and steal off launched fantine press together because gory had trouble finding a publisher for a lot of what he had written, and he wanted a way to publish it himself. The press's first book was the beastly baby, which was the first word gory had ever tried to publish. It was one of the many books that came out under a pseudonym that was an Anagram or near Anagram of Gorey's own name in this case Audra weary. The beasely baby features a big sticky, shrieking gurgling baby that does horrible things. Burn the upholstery with acid, according to gory and made people so angry. The mothers tore it up and mailed the pieces back to him. I have always contended that seeing this book as a kid is one of the reasons I never wanted children. In the late nineteen sixties gory started spending more time on Cape Cod Massachusetts transporting his cats with him back and forth between there in New York City. He was always in New York during ballet season, but eventually he would move out to the Cape permanently. We're GONNA talk about that after another quick sponsor break. Here's something. Good is a new show from the Seneca Women Podcast, network and iheartradio. Each day we aspire to bring you the goodness. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good as a short daily show, but offers inspiring stories, helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire you every day. We're letting you in on the best advice. We've done the news brightening our day and practical insights from leaders, you know, and some that you may not including ordinary people making an extraordinary difference. Here's something good comes to Monday to Friday. It's a great way to start your day on the positive side of life I'm Kim as a rally co author of fast forward and Co founder of Seneca Women for years. We've been bringing you. Power purpose in connection and I look forward to sharing something new and something good with you, everyday. Listened to hear something good on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to your favorite shows subscribe now. Edward goring had relatives who lived on. Cape Cod so he had visited there from time to time over the years as he started to spend more time there in the sixties and seventies, he got involved in local theaters all along the Cape Designing, promotional materials and costumes, staging work of his own, some of it quite experimental. He continued to do some of the same work in New York City as well. In one seventy-three, gory designed the set for production, OF DRACULA, that was to be staged on Nantucket off the coast of Cape Cod. When he was drawing for Books Gore usually worked at about the same size as the finished printed product for this set, which looks like a black and white cross hatched illustration from one of his books. He drew larger images that were then blown up for the stage. This. Same staging opened on Broadway on October Twentieth Nineteen seventy seven, where it ran until January of one, thousand, nine, hundred eighty. It was nominated for three Tony Awards. One for the sets and the costumes which gory had also designed, and it was also it was also nominated for best revival gory when the Tony for his costume work in the production, also, when the Tony for best revival always bothered him. The sets had not one as well. They are quite striking. It's one of those things that happens where you shrug were it doesn't make sense. We see it all the time. Apparently, it rankled him. I can understand that a musical adaptation of Gorey's own work. Gory stories appeared on Broadway in Nineteen, seventy eight, after getting it start at the University of Kentucky. And Gory adored this production, which had a brief run off Broadway in January February along with sixteen previews. It officially opened on Broadway on October thirtieth, and it closed the very same night. The New York. Times daily, News had been on strike for months, and it's just had not gotten much publicity. There's there are of course other stagings of Gorey's worker place. He was related with bit. Dracula on Broadway and gory stories or the to Broadway productions. Korea spent more and more time on Cape Cod in the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties. He started easing up on his patronage of the new. York City Ballet as George. Balanchine started passing some of his leadership onto his successor's. When bouncing died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three gory decided it was time to think about leaving New York entirely. At first he moved to barnstable Massachusetts where he stayed in a house belonging to relatives. Then he moved into a two hundred year old sea captains home in Yarmouth port that he'd bought with his Dracula royalties. He nicknamed it the Elephant House. The elephant house became home to gory his cats and his collections for the rest of his life in terms of cats typically had five or six, he thought six cats were a lot harder to keep up with and five and seven was far too many. This is exactly my numbers. Six is where I'm maxed out. Five, is kind of perfect. Yeah, you had a whole thing about when when there are six cats. They somehow form this failings of cat. and. Then I is like not not having so much of a supernatural level of combined cat intelligence. Is Right out in my experience. This is all entirely accurate and for collections moving from a tiny New York apartment to an entire house meant that he could spend his weekends, poking around yard sales, and looking for treasures, and he collected all.
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"Zimmerman and Jason Epstein. Who He knew from Harvard Epstein soon offered him a job at the art department at Doubleday Anchor in New York City. He started out doing paced up and corrections of other people's work and eventually started designing book covers. He was good at it and he was efficient which left him time to work on his own projects and to do additional work as a commercial illustrator in his own work. He was primarily drawing in black and white because he knew from his day job that it would be hard to find a publisher for full color illustrated books at the time but the covers that he was drawing while at anchor. Usually we're in color often with subtle muted tones. There are people who've written whole papers about Edward Gorey's use of color on the book covers. He was drawing for publishers especially since his own his own books are so often in black and white. Gorey's first book which was the Unstrung Harp or Mr Erase writes. A novel came out in Nineteen Fifty. Three this is about a frustrated man. Trying to write a novel it's the closest to an autobiographical work probably of all of his work. The listing attic followed in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Neither of these books sold particularly well there and later on. Gory bought up copies that he found on remainder tables to give them as France's presence. Soon after moving to New York gory found one of his truly great loaves. And that was the New York City ballet under the helm of its founder. George Balanchine. Gory had been to the ballet before he had gone as a child in Chicago. But after attending a few performances in the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three season he started attending more and more of Balanchine's productions until starting in nineteen fifty six. He was attending literally every performance. This took dedication apart from the obvious that is a lot of ballet to his hand. At Christmas time it meant attending nearly forty performances of the nutcracker granted an interview with him where the interviewer was like. Please explain this to me. How are you able to sit through thirty nine performances of the nutcracker laughing so hard I feel like should one day? Someone attempt to write a biography of me would be like and she saw star wars thirty seven in the so. I understand a little bit how you could go see the nutcracker forty times in a row well it was forty times that are row for like years and years in a row like he did it every season and then be saved all of his ticket stubs from all of these trips to the ballet. He loved the ballet. So much. That in Nineteen Seventy. He wrote the LAVENDER. Leotard or going to the New York City ballet in this initially came out in playbill as part of the celebration for the Bally's fiftieth anniversary when the lavender leotard came out as its own standalone book Edward Gorey hand painted covers for its first run addition because the printer had not been able to match the exact right shade of lavender. This is how dedicated he was to the New York City Ballet. I love him so much. Gory wrote one other book explicitly about ballet during his career. The Gilded Bat which came out in nineteen sixty six but the influence of ballet is clear in his other works as well. The people he draws often have turned out toes elongated extended poses and even when something terrible is happening to them a sort of graceful presence on the page on nights. When Gory wasn't going to the New York City ballet he was often at the opera or the movies and he became a very recognizable presence around New York City. He typically war a full length for coats over jeans shirt and Converse sneakers and he wore a lot of very heavy jewellery especially rings. A lot of which was made out of iron or brass was very recognizable person. So if you WANNA throw together a fun. Halloween costume go is Edward Gorey. It's pretty easy to put together. And it's kind of nerdy and cool He also started accumulating the books that would eventually grow into his own personal library. During this time he loved to read any tended to come back home with a book anytime he left the House. A particular favorite was Agatha Christie. Who He had been reading and rereading since childhood he also loved Jane Austen describing her as his idol. Another favourite was anthony trollop although he did not revisit trump's work very much as he got older and he also loved poetry particularly the work of W H Auden. He did not love everything he read though and he was very candid about authors and actors and anyone else that he did not particularly like so he made no secret of the fact that he despised nearly everything by Henry James in spite of the fact that he had drawn the cover art for some of Henry. James's books there is a little sign in the Edward Gorey House today. That says please know Henry Tapes in the Edward Gorey House love it. So Much Gorey's New York City apartment also became home to a number of cats many of them named after characters in mercy's sake Shaquille Booze eleventh century Japanese novel the tale of Ganji another lifelong favourite work of literature throughout this time in New York City. Gory was writing and illustrating his own books. Even though most people remember him for his art he really thought of himself as a writer. I with every line he would think. Can this make a drawing? But he didn't actually start illustrating until he was satisfied with the words and he revises he went. He would get one sentence exactly right before he moved onto the next one in nineteen fifty. Seven Doubleday published the doubtful guest which carries a lot of the hallmarks of his later. Work a peculiar guest. Who looks a little like a penguin shows up at a mansion inhabited by a that looks somewhere between Victoria and warden? Whatever it is. The guest is ill mannered and weird and it has been bothering the family for seventeen years at the end of the book. The very strange the object lesson came out a year later. I tried to figure out how to sum up the object lesson in a sentence. It's not really possible in some tongs. And it's it's very surreal. It's one of the things that people point to you when they talk about. Surrealist influences on Edward Gorey so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The doubtful guest caught the eye of Edmund Wilson. He wrote about it in an article called the albums of Edward Gorey in the December issue of the New Yorker. This brought Edward Gorey a lot more attention than he had before and it was the first time a lot of people had ever heard of him. Although at this point he was creating so many book covers for Doubleday Anchor that they almost certainly seen something he had drawn before. Nineteen fifty nine was also when gory left. Doubleday anchor to serve as art director at looking Glass Library which set out to repackage classic works for Children. In addition to being the art director he helped select some of the twenty eight books that were ultimately published and he did illustrations for a few of them. The most famous was his illustrated war of the worlds which came out in nineteen sixty. He also illustrated a book of Ghost. Stories called the haunted looking glass and he also chose the stories themselves for that one looking glass library folded in nineteen sixty two and gory started doing some work for other publishers. As well as working freelance including designing advertisements he also started granting permission for his existing illustrations to be used in other work. One example from later in his career is an end of life. Planning booklet called. Before I go you should know my funeral and final plans. Which was distributed by funeral? Consumers Alliance sorta seems perfect for Edward Gorey to have agreed to Also in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the much beloved the Gash Lee Chrome Chinese debuted as part of a three volume work called. The vinegar works three volumes of moral instruction which also included the insect God and the West Wing. The gas leak chrome Chinese has never been out of print that same year. Nineteen sixty was a big year. Edward Gorey and Francis selloff launched the fantastic press stella was founder of the Gotham Book Mart. Which is a bookstore. In literary haven that had become the primary distribution point for a lot of coursework. Gotham Book Mart is where gory sat to hand paint all those copies of the lavender Leotard and when it opened an art gallery in nineteen sixty seven. He was one of its first exhibitors. Gory and steal off launched fantine press together because gory had trouble finding a publisher for a lot of what he had written and he wanted a way to publish it himself. The press's first book was the beastly baby. Which was the first word gory had ever tried to publish? It was one of the many books that came out under a pseudonym that was an Anagram or near Anagram of Gorey's own name in this case Audra weary the beasely baby features a big sticky shrieking gurgling. Baby that does horrible things burn the upholstery with acid. According to Gory people so angry. The mothers tore it up and mailed the pieces back to him. I have always contended that. Seeing this book as a kid is one of the reasons I never wanted. Children in the late nineteen sixties. Gory started spending more time on Cape Cod Massachusetts transporting his cats with him back and forth between there and New York City. He was always in New York during ballet season but eventually he would move out to the Cape permanently. We're GONNA talk about that after another quick sponsor break. Here's something good is a new show from the Senate women podcast network and Iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring you the goodness the silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good is a short daily show but offers inspiring stories helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire. You every day. We're letting you in on the best advice. We've done the news. 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"Out there. The game is updated monthly with new levels and events, so it never gets old. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters download this five star rated mobile puzzle game on the Apple App, store and Google play four free. That is France without the our best fiends. While Edward Gorey liked his work with the poet theater. He wasn't able to support himself working part time at Cambridge Bookstores. And late, nineteen, fifty two, he designed a couple of book, covers as a freelancer for Barbara Zimmerman and Jason Epstein who he knew from Harvard Epstein soon offered him a job at the art department at Doubleday Anchor in New York City. He started out doing paced up and corrections of other people's work, and eventually started designing book covers. He was good at it, and he was efficient, which left him time to work on his own projects, and to do additional work as a commercial illustrator. In his own work, he was primarily drawing in black and white, because he knew from his day job that it would be hard to find a publisher for full color illustrated books at the time, but the covers that he was drawing while at anchor. Usually we're in color often with subtle muted tones. There are people who've written whole papers about. Edward Gorey's use of color on the book covers. He was drawing for publishers. Especially since his own, his own books are so often in black and white. GOREY'S I. was. The unstrung harp or Mr Erase writes. A novel came out in Nineteen fifty three. This is about a frustrated man trying to write a novel. It's the closest to an autobiographical work probably of all of his work. The listing attic followed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. Neither of these books sold particularly well there, and later on gory, bought up copies that he found on remainder tables to give them as tip France's presence. Soon after moving to New York Gory, found one of his truly great loaves, and that was the New York City ballet under the helm of its founder George Balanchine Gory had been to the ballet before he had gone as a child in Chicago, but after attending a few performances in the nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three season, he started attending more and more of balanchine's productions until starting in nineteen, fifty six, he was attending literally every performance. This took dedication. Apart from the obvious, that is a lot of ballet to his hand. At Christmas time, it meant attending nearly forty performances of the nutcracker. An interview with him where the interviewer was like. Please explain this to me. How are you able to sit through thirty nine performances of the nutcracker? Laughing so hard. I feel like one day someone attempt to write a biography of me would be like, and she saw star wars thirty seven. In the. So I understand a little bit. Go see the nutcracker forty times in a row. Well, it was forty times that are row for like years and years in a row like he did it every season, and then be saved all save dollars ticket stubs from all of these trips to the ballet. He loved the ballet so much that in nineteen seventy, he wrote the lavender Leotard or going to the new. York City ballet in this initially came out in playbill as part of the celebration for the Bally's fiftieth anniversary. When the LAVENDER Leotard came out as its own standalone book Edward Gorey. Hand painted covers for its first run addition because the printer had not been able to match the exact right shade of lavender. This is how dedicated he was to the New York City Ballet I love him so much. Gory wrote one other book explicitly about ballet during his career, the Gilded Bat, which came out in nineteen, sixty six, but the influence of is clear in his other works as well. The people he draws often have turned out toes elongated extended poses, and even when something terrible is happening to them a sort of graceful presence on the page. On nights when gory wasn't going to the New York City Ballet, he was often at the opera or the movies, and he became a very recognizable presence around New York City. He typically war, a full length for coats over jeans, shirt and Converse sneakers, and he wore a lot of very heavy jewellery, especially rings a lot of which was made out of iron, or brass was very recognizable person, so if you WanNa, throw together a fun Halloween. Costume go is Edward Gorey. It's pretty easy to put together and it's kind of nerdy and cool He also started accumulating the books that would eventually grow into his own personal library. During this time he loved to read any tended to come back home with a book anytime. He left the house. A particular favorite was Agatha, Christie, who he had been reading and rereading since childhood, he also loved Jane austen describing her as his idol, another favourite was Anthony Trollop, although he did not revisit trump's work very much as he got older, but he also loved poetry. Particularly the work of W H Auden. He did not love everything. He read though and he. was very candid about. Authors and actors and anyone else that he did not particularly like so he made no secret of the fact that he despised nearly everything by Henry, James, in spite of the fact that he had drawn the cover art for some of Henry. James's books. There is a little sign in the Edward Gorey House today that says please know Henry Tame in the Edward Gorey House. Love it so much Gorey's New York City apartment also became home to a number of cats. Many of them named after characters in Murray Sake Chakib eleventh century. Japanese novel, the Tale of Ganji, another lifelong favourite work of literature. Throughout this time in New York City Gory was writing and illustrating his own books, even though most people remember him for his art, he really thought of himself as a writer I with every line he would think. Can this make a drawing? But he didn't actually start illustrating until he was satisfied with the words and he revises, he went. He would get one sentence. Before? He moved onto the next one. In nineteen, Fifty, seven, doubleday published. The doubtful guest, which carries a lot of the hallmarks of his later work, a peculiar guest who looks a little like a penguin, shows up at a mansion inhabited by a that looks somewhere between Victorian and Edwardian whatever it is. The guest is ill, mannered and weird, and it has been bothering the family for seventeen years at the end of the book, the very strange, the object lesson came out a year later. I tried to figure out how to some up the object lesson in a sentence. It's not really possible. In. Some tongs and It's. It's very surreal. It's one of the things that people point to you when they talk about surrealist influences on.
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"Through these times. We're living in. It's our host faves playlist yet. These are just some of our personal favorites that we had a particular affinity for end because either stressful and trying times. We tried to stick to the ones that weren't quite as Dour. So hopefully they'll give you a little lift stay safe. Welcome to stuff. You missed in History Class. A production of iheartradio and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fine once you have read some of Edward Gorey's books. It is almost impossible to mistake his work for anyone else's unless maybe they are intentionally working in the style of Edward Gorey is black and white pen and ink. Illustrations look almost like engravings. They're just full of hatching cross hatching. The words are lettered by hand and the stories a lot of times unfold through their rhyming couplets or limericks there's some of their verse the plots a lot of times and really ambiguously or they never resolve at all it's this gloomy forboding typically Edwardian world that's populated by bats and Cassen odd creatures and grown-ups who are usually in very glamorous clothing and a lot of children who somehow come to harm one of his most well known books which was an Alphabet. Book called the gas leak. Chinese M is for Maude. Who was swept out to sea and is for? Neville who died on we the other. Tiny's are insulted by bears. They're sucked dry by leeches. Their run through with all. It's all very darkly whimsical. So if you don't know much about Edward Gorey's life. You might imagine the person who did this to be a Dour Englishman with the peak of his career. Maybe sometime in the nineteen twenties thirties. Whose own childhood was marked with a series of tragic deaths but Edward. Gorey was none of those things. No use the delightful. He's going to talk about today. Edward Gorey nicknamed Ted was born. Edward Saint John. Gorrie on February twenty-second Nineteen twenty five in Chicago Illinois. He was the only child of Edward. Leo Gory and Helen Garvey. Who divorced when he was eleven. His father later remarried singer and Guitarist Korean. Amirah who is most well known for being the Guitar Player at Rick's Cafe America and the movie Casablanca Gorey's parents remarried one another in nineteen fifty two already kind of whimsical and the family had predominantly Irish roots with ancestors on both sides emigrating to the United States in the mid to late nineteenth century. Although his father was Roman Catholic and his mother was Episcopalian. Gory himself wasn't particularly religious. And later on in his life would say that if he was anything he was a daoist. He was also quite precocious and he started drawing before he was even two years old. His oldest surviving drawing called. The sausage train is of the trains that passed by his grandparents house in Chicago and he drew that when he was about eighteen months old. And this is full of oblong shapes that are recognizably trains. But they were also very definitely drawn by a small child so it's not like he just without realistic. Drawings and people went vendor Kim's no I mean it's it is starting startlingly adept for an eighteen month old but still obviously a child's drawing by three Edward Gorey had taught himself to read and by five or six. Sometimes he would say seven and interviews very little bit. He had read two books whose influence on his own work is really obvious. Alice in Wonderland and Dracula. So if you ever read and Edward Gorey Book and said Man. This is like if Allison Wonderland had a baby with Dracula. You're exactly right. That was right and all the gory described his upbringing as very ordinary mid-western Childhood in reality he moved around a lot by the time he left for college. He had at least twelve different addresses including staying with relatives in Florida for a brief stretch after his parents divorce. He was overall a good student and he was bright enough that he skipped first grade but sometimes after changing schools his work would waver a little as he adjusted to a new environment by eighth grade. Gory was drawing illustrations for the school yearbook as well as participating in Typing Club Art Club Shakespeare Club and Glee Club along with serving as assembly. President he also some time in those years learned to play the piano. The most stable period Gorey's education before college was when he was at Chicago's Francis W Parker School. He enrolled there in the ninth grade and he graduated on June fifth. Nineteen forty two in while there. He was clearly interested in art hanging out with a click of other artistically inclined students and participating in his school our show in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine reportedly his senior yearbook had no photo of him but a blank spot where he draw himself in when people asked. Gory was offered several college scholarships when he graduated from high school but World War Two was underway by the time he got out of school and he was drafted into the United States. Army he was only able to take a couple of classes at the Art Institute of Chicago before reporting for duty from nineteen forty-three until after the end of the war he served stateside as a clerk. Spending most of those years at dugway proving grounds in Utah was a testing ground for biological and chemical weapons and countermeasures. Gory did not talk a whole lot about his world. War Two service when it did come up in interviews. He virtually always mentioned the dugway sheep incident which took place much later that was in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight incident in which thousands of sheep were killed in western Utah purportedly by nerve agents from the facility. But it was well in the military that gory started writing plays as a way to occupy his time after being discharged from the army. Gory enrolled at Harvard. Which is paid for by the GI? Bill where he majored in art but in French literature. Even though he wasn't majoring in art he continued to both write and draw. He published poems and stories and the campus magazine signature as well as illustrating for the magazine and for other publications at Harvard. Gory became friends and for a couple of years. Roommates with poet Frank O'Hara they decked out their dorm suite with rented furniture and they made it into their own little sullom poet. Donald Hall and other Harvard Graduate is quoted in Harvard. Magazine is saying quote. They gave the best parties. O'hara was definitely the bigger partier of the two young men though so they eventually drifted apart a bit And this'll be an ongoing theme Gorey's life. He was charming and generous. Once you got close to him but he often preferred to be more solitary than social. Gory graduated from Harvard in Nineteen fifty and he stayed in Cambridge Massachusetts for a couple of years after that working in bookstores and helping to start the poets theater. The poets theaters founders and original members. Were all students or recent graduates from Harvard including Alison. Lurie John. Ashbery and Donald Hall. They would stage their own and revival works of poetic drama even though he had been writing poems and since high school and plays since his time in the army. A lot of Gorey's work with the Poets Theater was more as an artist and designer for both the stage and the productions programs and promotional materials. You can still see like scans of old programs that he drew in these years immediately after he graduated. Gory stayed in Massachusetts for a couple of years. Mainly working part time in bookstores before he made the move to New York City and that marked a huge shift in his life and career. And we're going to talk about that more after we pause for a sponsor break support for stuffy missed in history class comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Home today is so much more than it was yesterday. But it rocket mortgage home is still about you during these challenging times. We're all experiencing the top priority. Rocket Mortgage is the health and safety of the communities they serve and while things are changing quickly every one thing that will never change is their team's commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience possible. That's why if you need mortgage support. Their team of experts. Is there to answer questions and offer solutions? 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You can play it whenever you want to. For whatever amount of time you want to be long or short it is a game made for adults but it's full of adorable bug characters which are my part of it. They are fighting off slugs in a game that you progress through with a series of ever changing puzzles. This is a unique and exciting experience. That's unlike other puzzle games out there. The game is updated monthly with new levels and events so it never gets old. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download this five star rated mobile puzzle game on the apple APP store and Google. Play four free that is France without the our best fiends While Edward Gorey liked his work with the poet theater he wasn't able to support himself working part time at Cambridge Bookstores and late. Nineteen fifty two. He designed a couple of book covers as a freelancer for Barbara.
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"I'm your host Terry while Brock and very much looking forward to my conversation today with Tian Dayton and I'm going to read all of this amazing stuff that I told her before. We hit record earlier that I could get lost on her website for months because there is just so much amazing stuff there so I'll be sure on the video to put the Her website and so you can access it. And then we'll talk about it on audio when we when we get in so psychologist author of fifteen books psycho dramatist blogger senior fellow at the meadows and so much more so welcome to day. I I I know your most recent book and I'm going to read that title as well. Has it been released or is it about to be released? Iginla FALL LATE FALL. Okay so late fall. So it's the soul journey of recovery a guide to healing from a traumatic past for adult children about golics codependence or those with adverse childhood experiences in. Yes Powerful book. I'm sure I can't wait to get my hands on him. It's going to go to. It's sort of an if you were headed. Gorey's you know this is what happened to you and also this is how how to get out of it. It's not just as what happened to you. It's this is why this is how to mind and gifts in. This is how to turn the tide. This is how to change things through them around then on the website. I have A TAB that says soulful journey in their guided imagery there are certain things you can do in the bull on the website and they're also a lot of film that I've done over the years and some of them are You know about specifically being an adult child or certainly. All of them are children. Read Bruce Childhood experiences that sort of thing. Yeah beautiful while I know I think we connected through ACIS connection and which is a great wonderful resource. The thirty thousand strong now but adverse childhood experiences are just exploding onto the mental health seen to have a resource this that addresses. Not just what happened but a guide for now? What will you know I think I put this on the website too if you take that one. Great way baking at that. Nadine Burke uses is taken together with the resilient inventory for example. I have a very high a score but I have a perfect resilience score. So that's number one. Is that understand way? Strengths have been through this and the other I would say is You know figure out. How did newspaper round? There is Dr Vincent Feleti who was running a weight. Loss program is nude is nude to your viewers. Is this useful? We've talked about it in bits and pieces so certainly yes. Talk about it again. He had a weight loss program and he was very successful in helping people lose way but then they would drop out of the program and he started review. He kept mind which is key and he started to interview people and realize that to a person They had experienced sexual abuse and child. Spouted dressing childhood trauma. The the waitress came right back on people experienced it. A safety your. They were eating their feelings. Or whatever why ever that happened and then Robbie ended Dr robbed ended the CDC met. I think they mended inner. Started talking about that and rob recognized that. This should be a big long-term study and they so they created what they called. East questionnaires what are your experiences It could be where you live. Harvey Social Influences Family Divorce Illness. All of this thing and alcohol's living with parental alcoholism up over and over and over again is a primary ause of a High. A score in this came as a complete surprise to them. They weren't looking for it but it's not for matic. It is Bianca era. Yes well I to score a high a score including growing up in a home with an alcoholic parents. And but my resilient score. I remember people asking me. How did you live through all that Terry and I for so long I would say I don't know like I don't know and then once once I came across the ACIS questionnaire and then the resilience questionnaire as well and I advise people if you're going to look erastus or make sure you look at your resilience or as well And my grandma. Kitty was a very powerful presence in my life and Made me feel loved and safe in worthy and valued and She you know I credit her with so much of what I was able to make it through and come out on the other side Research bears that out. Yeah the one bonded relationship and generally within the family system most often the GRANDPAR- yeah. Let's go and teachers. I think teachers huge impact. Yeah sure on a grandparent at work to do grandparents have worked to. We're not you know I'm a grandparent. Internet finished yeah. Yeah well and you know and it was so simple with my grandma because it wasn't anything spectacular that she did because she had had a rough life Eight kids in poverty and You know so much more but she just loved me. I mean it sounds so simple. But she loved me and she didn't yell at me and she didn't hit me and she did those things that were happening in my life from the violence to the alcoholism to You know being sexually molested stings happening that she was unaware of but she was just this gentle presence as I call it in that really life altering yes for sure. All right What are the things? I noticed him. Just have crazy random notes. All over my papers. I love your coloring books with affirmations. Little left turn. Oh my gosh. I am such a huge adult coloring book fan when I fly having anxiety flying in so I will bring my coloring books with me with my Gel pens and these last couple of flights that I've taken I've had no issues at all because I just lose interest so thanks unto make I just had a break in the project and I I might grandchildren. Were born so coloring books. Sink to fund it and I loved doing them and I love affirmations. I've done affirmations book all on my adult life so I wanted to combine them for finance. I think they'd be good at treatment. Centers see the thing that really sold me on them is what they do socially for people for example treatment. Centers have a lot of downtime. Right groups have downtime. And if you sit around and color together you are interacting. You're you're building social skills snow. I think treatment centers of should never be without a stack of coloring books and a lot of colors. Because you are busy. You're but you you are learning new social skills in the most easy relaxed way and it's funny silly and it's creative so it gets the right side of your brain kind of flowing which is probably what happens for you when you fly so that the I do know wh what happens when you fly. It's curious why do these work so well? I wonder
'1917' wins best film and best director at BAFTA awards
"So let's jump over to the baptism this is like the equivalent of like England's equivalent of the Oscars right. Yeah exactly this is the the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards and they they tend to skew a little bit more towards British films for obvious reasons so it should come as no surprise that both nineteen seventeen and director Sam Mendez came out on top with a win for best film and for best director and just for good measure nineteen seventeen also one on outstanding British film which isn't a war that they give specifically to films that were made by British filmmakers across the pond so no surprise there even the best best actor awards all went to the same people that it seems like they're going to go to for the Oscars Joaquin Phoenix Won. Four Joker Renee Zellweger one for Judy. The Laura dern won for marriage story for supporting actress and Brad Pitt one for once upon a time in Hollywood for supporting actor. So these these all seem like deadlocks for the acting categories Gorey's wants the Oscars roll around and it just continues to spell more a positive spin for nineteen seventeen winning the Oscar. If if it comes to that but again you know there has been an uptick in support for movies like parasite Enjo- Rabbit and whatnot. So we there's a chance that parasite could pull a quarter and upset. Even though plenty of people would be very happy to see parasite win.
Breaking Down the Grammys
"Let's talk about the actual grammy winners Starting with Billy Bush. Yeah who swept all all of the big four categories which is best new artist Song of the year record of the year and album of the year. And it's not for nothing but she's she's the first female artist to ever sweep those four categories. The last time anyone ever did it with Christopher Cross x eighty one for you stat nerds is out there. also also could no guaranteed track record for long-term. It was a strange evening because going into the awards. A really really looked like lizards had the potential to have a huge sweep thing. She led the nominations for the entire year. Little Nasdaq's and Billy I. I wish weren't that far behind her. But in the end Liz only got a couple of the awards and then the ceremony went on and on and on for hours hours and then in the last few minutes billy I took off for the top SPA. Yeah it it did at as you said. Liz Won the first award. In in the telecast for best pop solo performance of for Truth Hearts beating among others billy Bush and earlier in the day Luisa won best traditional rb performance performance and best urban contemporary album. So they gave out a nine awards over. The course of the telecast four went to one went to lose oh the others went to to Dj Callard featuring nipsy Russell and John Legend won for best rap. Sung performance Dan Shea Won. Best Country Duo group performance. A little Nasdaq's exp featuring billy ray Cyrus won. Best Pop duo group performance and tyler. The Creator won best rap album for eager. Yeah and the funny thing thing is that tyler seemed really ambivalent about winning for best rap album to the seemed to indicate that he thought it would be much more comfortable in Dan. Hi Pop music category and that kind of caused back to this real struggle. The Grammy's has had with black music and traditionally Sean you black forms and black artists that there's been a lot of criticism that they subvert those artists into the side categories. Gorey's that are have a big. You know a big box around them saying that you're black then you belong here and that sort of this tonight. What kind of calls back to that in a really uncomfortable way you know if you think a few years ago about beyond say and Adele and you think about Kendrick Hendrick and you think about all these artists who have not quite gotten the shine that people might have expected? It may feel maybe not tyler's album women in particular but It's her raises a lot of those same questions and this is exactly the kind of stuff that the grammys are struggling with. When it comes to inclusivity and diversity this is a fine time for us to talk about performances and moments that we liked and didn't like what were some of your highlights? I have to say there were some really really on point performances tonight lizotte. Starting out was incredible degree. She brought everything tonight. I liked billy. We can talk about that. Maybe that wasn't such a thing. I thought that Rosalia did a great job of introducing who so she is and what she's all about this evening.
"gorey" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"High school and when I delivered the paper and she had her pants UNZIP pink panties. I remember like it was yesterday. I was like twelve years old house I was just like Oh my God. This is the greatest thing ever you know I wait until I start delivering the Detroit News. Then I'm GonNa make it big time just a local paper you know office where you're running for running running for State Rep and Naive Aso. I did well I won the primary. I lost the general but as far as I knocked on like fourteen thousand doors and and and I was doing that right when I resigned. WWE So you know. And and I was off for the last three months before I started back with impact so this whole summer summer and go figure I mean we had a ton of rain so here I got marina. You know. Got Two boats in the water. I want to use them and I have a marina and there's just a ton of rain so it's not great for business and I'm offer three months and I can't even go on the bowed so it's like man but You Know Oh you reflect so I'm thinking to myself okay. My last run in W was for three years or three year contract. I M thinking okay. Well why. Why wasn't it more successful in? I said I mean they had me on the road and everything and you know not as you just finished may just finished July seventeenth those up this. Oh you know it's always good to reflect. You know some some people in life they just. They're miserable and everybody's out to get him. But I looked at it like when I was going on in. I didn't go in with enough steam. You know like when territories when you go to new territory usually going all jacked up so anyways as I'm like okay. Well what was wrong. What did I do wrong and I think what it was? I was working so hard on the campaign. Not just knocking on doors. You have to file with the campaign gained finance committee and all that stuff so there's a lot of detailed work trying to get your message out and all that stuff and then get ready for one opponent and then you know in the next round so I I realized Oh my mistakes and then you know that's The run there I. I enjoyed it because I was working with Slater and he's just a finding out what you know right Goofy Guy Fund to go out in the town within all that stuff but so that was all enjoyable. But there's a couple of things I wish I would have done differently to make it more of a successful run as far as Being whether on TV more Not maybe helping the guys more men and women Out You know behind the scenes so I think You know but I did. I didn't influence quite a few people there so in a positive of light. Sure what at times when it came time to 'cause nowadays with impact and with aws like no one really gets out of WB ABLE TO BE BRIAN. There Brian to resign. You and all that stuff. What would they try and get you? Yeah they they actually doubled downside and my thought is ill. Let's face it. I only have so many years left. Hopefully I can get eight more years out of this thing in ten more years out of the game table But it's it's one of those things where you know they. They obviously want to keep people so companies like AIG. W You know because you and I both know when a company goes is to a toy manufacturer or video game company or TV networks overseas and says okay. Well we have this product. Can you get behind an invest. Millions means of dollars. They're going to say okay. Well well guys you have and then a lot of them are ignorant You know the the talent that's coming up and how good they are you know They just want to know how many years have they been on TV. And all that stuff so so you need named valued talent. Even if they don't know that all they. AC is how many years have they been on TV. You know. And then that's why they want to invest in that and a lot of people like Eric Bischoff was talking about that and You know it's like okay. Well I've got these guys. They can help out the younger talent. Are they willing to help out the younger talent. And you know all this stuff. I'm telling you and then you know and then I can sell al-tv deal so they're gonNA pay for themselves you know just like that so I think that's why it's very important. you know if you're a dividend e to keep the talent you know so it'll affect you know other companies you know but I think You know a w I mean it's just the momentum's there even though I'm working for impact. I'm rooting for them. You know what I mean and and I I see the moves in then with impact you know all the great moves at they're making you know and and it's cool because impact is in. I think a great. You know position because when you're off the radar you you can do a lot of crazy stuff and then all of a sudden it's like wow were they come from you know but like a w I think everybody the momentum's there and it's like the more pressure you know I I don't know I mean you're there you would know more so I mean and I think they can they you know how the old saying put up or shut up. I think they definitely put up in. I think it's it's it's going to be really interesting. Funds th Donald Scott or making some great moves all elegance and you view in the. They're playing really smart like you said until the time comes when you guys get a better television deal where. I'm sure it's just a matter of time. At this point I heard some in the work. I I'd right in right right but you said that would be offered to w downside still didn't take it right well. It wasn't you know I actually I said you know would would wanna it's funny. I doubled what they doubled. Mark chronic goes like this. He goes We'll vince thought. It was pretty aggressive. And I looked at him my gauweiler new from him any popped he totally pop. I go. We'll just let's work on some things cause I thought to myself you know. There's a lot of talent there you're gonNA sit at home and collect the paycheck. Is that where I WANNA be. Will I be happy. You know because you know this business certain things you know you'll go through periods where you're you're miserable you know For whatever reason you know it's like sitting at home even though I still want to be on the road and I actually figured out Out Why love being on the road so much when I was reflecting on what I did wrong and then you know then you know what can I correct and not make the same mistake going into impact you know so but I I in this is. We're not going to go too deep because I don't want to be crying on your shoulder but I think I love I love being on the road just interact with people and stuff but I get an escape from problems at home. You know what I mean Not necessarily like a marriage major a girlfriend or anything but when I leave home I don't have to deal with those problems. You know problems of life you know because in I've Both my parents are gone. My brother passed away two years ago from cancer. Just out of nowhere. You know just really sad and when I'm on the road it's it's like he's just a phone call away. You know the friends that have passed away You know cancer is just such a bitch and a buddy of mine just passed away last last month. Just liver cancer. He wasn't feeling good for like five weeks. He thought he had the flu. He went in and they go. You get stage. Four kidney cancer never left. Yeah I I'm sorry. Deliver Cancer As just out of nowhere like he was he didn't have while he didn't feel nauseous. Yeah it was just like you know and then you see someone in. It's just like you know when you you go on the road you have that focus of the next show. The you know the this and that and it's like Sir with the gang with Brian and then you know home is home and everything's normal. It seems like you know because if you look at it we've been. I actually looked out kind of roughly figured out. Like out of Eighteen years I've been on the road seven years straight right. Yeah so it's seven years. Yeah exactly it's crazy. If you figure out how many you know what I mean it was like seven or eight years straight and it's like wow but that's the thing that you say that people say. How do you do this now flight? La for a day and fly back or Japan for two days. Do we do have always done right. It's we have a different mindset than the normal would employ e. I think another thing that's fun is is having that goal in front of you like getting to that destination performing you know and then going to the next town. Seen how many t shirts I could push you really like this. Give it to idea you know. Well it's funny 'cause all the guys were bitching about not having t shirts and stuff right and wwe. And I'm thinking I don't want him to sell a t shirt of mine because it's going to hurt my market when I go back on the indies. Because you know by a t shirt but I bought one last year so I went to smoky mountain wrestling ninety four I really. They didn't have emerged so they would want you to go at intermission. And do the merge and I was like because I was kind of a you know a my own ask. I don't WanNa be out there. In front of the Fans Mystique the rock and roll specials. Like don't go out more money for us and these guys I sell everything right. They would take a water bottle inside at Ricky over express spring for for ten bucks right. I got one of those water bottles actually there's There's a Promotion I just booked a show in Portland the rock and Roll Express. They were on there but they had to cancel because they've got three dates enough for new Japan. Oh Wow yeah and You know the promoter totally understood. He's like hey man that's a great opportunity and it's a building where they used to run wrestling. You know Portland was a huge territory so you know Buddy my my not Me called me up. And he's like this promoter wants to bring you out. He's legit and all that stuff go. Yeah I'll give them a call and it was Just see I'm kind of a marked work old buildings you know what I mean like territory building stuff like that the history just like the guys in you know the men and women that have performed in those buildings before in just like if the walls could talk you know and it's just like so the guy's like oh you know what will it take and I'm I'm Kinda like you know I'd go out there for next to nothing just for that experience but I'm not going to tell him Matt so but yeah so it is pretty cool to to be able to work in buildings and stuff you know so. It's amazing to me that you know you've been working since and Detroit as Ryan and never had to change your name right right. How did you how you get out right? You Know Easter www. They changed their own as but you got to keep it. Yeah well they. They wanted to They wanted to change my name to marry. Yeah one of one of yeah. Wb when I first went yeah they wanted to make well. This was after he had a good little run there and They were like Oh we got to change your name right. I go why they go. We cannot. We can't pat and I go well. Actually I got this from Joe Legend. He goes. Why don't they just change it till why right and I go wild pitch that you know they go all? We tried that we can or we'll try we can. I think they just wanted to. You know what yeah you know. Just kinda create their own character with me so At him you know. He's like e Guys Yeah Ge he's like like You guys are really going to drop the ball. Bring them in as a friend in our heater and all that stuff and you know if you try to. They wanted dye my hair blonde and then And then make me their little brother right in there like he looks nothing like us. We're tall lanky. And he's short and stocky right and they will die you know. Could you imagine having the dye your hair blond all the time you know so anyways especially having dark hair so you know and then they're like they finally said Oh you know they were kicking around different ideas. Juggernaut was one and then they were The worst one had said was Mary and he goes. Yeah the depth the best one in the worst one and Yeah I don't know what the thought process..
Xbox Year In Review 2019
"Let's begin with the xbox. xbox was twenty nineteen a good year to own an xbox one next question why hi it's no no see. Here's the thing. Obviously the first party situation with xboxes is well known at this point. They're they've bought. All the studios are trying to fix that. which I I think we're GonNa talk about later when twenty twenty stuff but yeah twenty nine thousand nine hundred so we've published as of this recording? We've published our nominees for game of the year and our various categories Gorey's and for best xbox exclusive there was one nominee and thus a winner a very very deserving by five. I think no matter. How if we'd had seventeen? I party exclusives. which was which is we're not doing third parties in that Ki- those categories anymore the exclusive category so it is exclusive Gears five was a tremendous game. I reviewed it myself and I just I love the series and the coalition is just. I amazed at how they've if not only continued to to keep gears being such a great game. But I'd say it's it's honestly probably the best first party narrative driven game Microsoft oft has even ahead of Halo H-a-l-o five really dropped the ball which we've talked about extensively on unlocked looking forward infinite but it's been a long if halo five was twenty fifteen and we've gotten to gears games in that time four and five craze both in amazing The other big release for Xbox on the exclusive side. This year of course was early in the here with. Crackdown three and that game. Just it just wasn't very good. You know it had. It had been quite the development. Hell it'd been announced years and years ago and when it did finally come around. It's a whole cloud powered destruction tech. Just wasn't it just didn't really make for a good game So yeah it's it's it's a pretty thin year That said the xbox one x fairly I would say objectively the best place to play third party games that are are enhanced with four K. level Additions I mean. We saw it with the end of the last year with With Red Dead Redemption to just noticeably better on on the xbox one accident the PS four pro. And so yeah if you if you had an xbox one x a four K.. TV You had a really good time playing the likes of Control and resident evil. Oh to remake and and all the other great third party games we we got this year sure and even a technical performance aside from the third party games the services the xbox one X or is it just one family offers now with gain has ultimate game passes arguably the best deal going in gaming. I think yeah. Yeah Yeah really great in five years. I think we'll look back and go. Wait did we never do we. This used to be a thing. We didn't know how you every console choline has. It is going to be a standard industry changing and especially when they're earning that deal earlier this year which I think they've done since like get your first month for a dollar I immediately added game has to Max subscription. It's amazing to have so many great games of such a scale you get so many great undiscovered gems and AAA Games right at your fingertips. Njit new you first. He's yeah then a little bit more all about all First Party Games day one on game. Pass that REX gears five if I wasn't did not have to buy it. It were a subscriber. Does that make it hard to judge. Its success yet because Microsoft's not giving out Definitive definitive metrics. Like we don't know how many game pass subscribers there are. We don't know how many people play each game so I stopped even announcing hardware sales or is it a while ago so yeah it is tough to know but the fact that we're seeing big third party games go more and more of the service indicates to me that that it's successful enough that that it's working. Yeah you know. We had the outer worlds on there on day. One which granted. There's that's sort of a weird situation. In which would have to get into or it's kind of Microsoft game but kind of not. Yeah but you know stuff like devil may cry five made it on their within like four or five months after its release. So there's we're starting to see third parties really jump on board with it. It's well monster. Hunter World got on there as well. So there's a lot of reasons to get it. I got it because of the world's yeah yeah and you probably are already feeling you got your ten bucks a month worth just from the outer world because it's awesome you talk about how thin the exclusive lineup was this year but I guess five I think is tapes it was better than any playstation four exclusive this year of that caliber. I there's one playstation exclusive that I think is hard to judge against any other game which dreams well okay but it's early acts on it's just ending sunsetting. It's early access availability but yes Of the other I pretty up in Sony. I'd say probably gears stands above. I just I just want to give credit. They really did put out an excellent. It's good I mean the campaign's incredible the it's the stories great you just. What the fact that? They've introduced a new generation of characters. Like it's it's totally been like. The Force Awakens of of the Gears University bring along the old crew. Hey here's all the people you love and know and care about but here's some new people that they're pretty cool too and it turns they are pretty cool and then the multiplayer sweets better than ever with that game so it's really just a tremendous achievement and then on the Hardware Front for Xbox we've got the xbox that's one s all digital edition. Yeah we have any sense of like how that is doing. With the Dow was received. There was a story that it was like the number one selling council in the UK during Black Friday. Week which okay I mean. I'm sure there were very aggressive sales on it. But that's that's a good thing I mean. The world is going digital We saw the the Course xbox one famously. It's when it was unveiled it was going to be so it was going to be basically the steam for consoles calls and the the world rejected that that proposal outright and Microsoft of course had to walk back a lot of their policies and ideas for xbox Fox won and they've never recovered that story's been told a million times but you know we are heading for that future and you know. Yeah so it's if you don't need the the BLU ray drive if you don't want to so If you WanNa just do all your games digitally and you don't want to feed any watch any four K.. Blu Ray movies on the console. Then sure why not save yourself a few bucks and grabbed the digital condition. 'cause it's literally the same same thing otherwise you're so we're we're heading that way and with two thousand twenty stuff that's Microsoft. Seems like they're gonNA they're gonNA keep going with that with With Lockhart Project Lockhart. So we'll get to that. We saw a couple of former xbox exclusives jump over to Nintendo this year with a cup head and so good Ori and the blind forest does that affect I guess. Do you think that affects the process. The value perception for the xbox to lose those exclusive games. I don't particularly when the timing timing of it was way M Cup had came out in November fall of twenty seventeen so it's been a year and then Ori came out before that jury one eighty early two thousand fifteen. If my if I remember correctly so no I think in those are just those are games that are so brilliantly suited to the switch just hand held games or even just the general sort of family friendly switch audience platforms this. It's great to have those games on switch and it's like I think a lot of xbox fans probably double dipped and went ahead and picked it up on switch as well because why not until X.. Cloud really rolls out. And let's let's you play those on the go. The switches the best way to to do that. Yeah it seems like Microsoft's stated agenda going like obviously they're gonNA want people to buy products scarlet but they seem to care less about the platform. You're playing their games on so as long as you're playing Microsoft Games and that game with X. Cloud with the cross play between PC and xbox with all of that
"gorey" Discussed on Fast Talk
"And Eric Jones getting close. And I think Jones is one. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's been a while. Gorey's will. But I, I think like. Say black flag to as much as I agree with her me. I'm gonna say black tube because he, I think that three meal cheating. That's right. She knew that she was already going to agree with you. She just said black flag with no explanation. Last question, Alexis, we'll go with you toll custody. Green flag black-flag Cole Custer in the long run will be a bigger star than Christopher bell. Yeah. I'm gonna say black flag. I know I think Cole Custer is going to be a fantastic already is driver in his own, right? I think when Christopher bell gets into a Cup ride, and he will who knows when it will be. But he will he'll be he'll be very powerful cannot do yellow flag. Yeah. It's hard, one Toco Chanel. No move over. No. Next can't. You know, I've been really impressed obviously with Cole Custer owned the racetrack. But just as much if not more impressed with him off the racetrack, how he has grown, toured his any better Morag going. He's more engaging with his fans all social media and don't interview. So I'm not going to give them a green flag because Kim started give me a black say six months ago, you wouldn't have thought about it. But now that is a conversation yet you at least keep you on now. He's, he's got comfortable in his own, and that's a big big game for him. Can I just say that I'm upset that the writers didn't ask me a package question? So I could say no more questions neck, actually, they did write a package question. I took I took the liberty leave that one out. I didn't want to start a what is it a brouhaha grew did not want brouhaha here on fast talk? All right. So that wraps up this segment of green flag. Black black, thanks. That's another mind-boggling edition of green flag. Black flag presented by advance auto parts, BIC your oil change bundled including selected oil filters. Now at advance think ahead think at bands, have you written a book and wanna get it published? Then call Page Publishing ace app,.
"gorey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Really? I'm Steve Kaethe in hurricane Florence has strengthened to a category. Three storm its top sustained winds at one hundred fifteen miles an hour. Forecasters say it's likely to hit North Carolina late in the we on the governor ROY Cooper urging residents. Listen up, maybe clear, errands, indefinite North Carolina. Hurricanes Gorey's seriously. Hanes to flight risk yet ready term now there are warnings for the state's Outer Banks North Carolina leave now, and that's what everyone on Hatteras island. The North Carolina coast is being told as monster hurricane Florence towards the southeast US residents and visitors and other parts of dare county, including Kittyhawk kill devil hills. We'll have to leave beginning Tuesday morning. David begged riceville beach, North Carolina storm that is approaching and could be the strongest ever. In fact, here's the status if Florence hits as category four in North Carolina. It will be the strongest hurricane to ever make landfall north and South Carolina questions in Dallas over last week's fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer he was killed in his apartment. The officer says she missed took his place for heard officers now charged with manslaughter district attorney faith Johnson. Unravel. Whatever we need to unravel. We got unturned whatever we need to turn. And we are going to present a full case to the grand jury of Dallas county CBS stock is down more than three percent after the exit of les Moonves says his company chairman and it came after a new round of sexual misconduct allegations an investigation will determine if you'll get severance business analyst Jill Schlesinger says there's now been turnover on the corporate board. We are now going to have a board at CBS corporation that is fifty percent women, and that is much better than the average of the S and P five hundred which still has in the low twenty s in terms of board representation by women overseas. Civil defence volunteers were to move people injured and trapped after air strikes in northwest, Syria. Government forces are hitting the last rebel-held territory more than thirty thousand people have been displaced in northern California Forty-five miles of interstate five closed by a wildfire has reopened after six days. Pennsylvania has eased off temporary rules that kept prisoners in their cells for the last twelve days in state prisons after a string of illnesses linked to overdoses of synthetic drugs. More than eighty inmates and guards reported illnesses over the summer Wall Street right now, the Dow is down two points the five hundred is up about five points. This is CBS news. To experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief. Now.
"gorey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"At the plate tag safe rbi double thereby diego gorey's made it two to one dylan over channel pencils pitcher was then hit in the foot with a pitch and after forest all day light out lined out to left field louise who reas in an rbi single then that tied the game two two so the score to two at the end of four innings iowa and the top of the fifth went down one two three is the same in their fifth inning when the bottom of the fifth i should say then to the sixth inning and the terrell was broke the tie with this hit by hobby garo curve ball swung online drive right field hit well down the line it is off the top of the fans umpire waving around it's a home run havi garo with a home run his fourth of the season was the second extra base hit of the game and that made it eight three two chihuahuas advantage good defense in this game including by the pitcher dylan overton who had this pickoff first base runners on the move gorey's throws the ball the second caught orients tags in time hanuman going on the first move he is out pickoff caught stealing what the score is still three to two in the top of the eighth inning hobby garo was at bat swinging a ground ball the middle of goes through garrett's third hit of the game hobby gary there is i three hit game at the aaa level garra would be left on along with two other show hours they left the bases loaded in the eighth inning bottom of the two outs nobody on the score still three two chihuahuas and taylor davis at this line drive to the second baseman line drive diving play by the second baseman oriented ends the inning that was the hospitals are providence play of the game brought to you by the hospitals or providence the official hospital of the el paso chihuahuas dying thinning still three to two hours carlos sway hit a double over the right fielder rod democracy head and then went to third base on a pass ball nncholas was the hitter swinging a line drive right field it lands in front of rodham oscar us why scores that made it ford two hours and then robert came in stock got a fly ball to left struck out the second hitter and here's.
"gorey" Discussed on The Short Porch
"History of any player this dd gorey's is nuts it's fucking crazy who is who's turning this guy and people people rag people are starting to re corrobos coming out today in the morning on provoked also he tries to say like the earn his head meanwhile i did a little fine search in his blog this morning he mentioned dd four times unprovoked by anything you don't think in that guys at your crazy and then he tweets this morning his home in road splits which is based off of a sample size of three plus weeks okay cool he's mashing home and maybe he doesn't have the best road numbers right now so pass with seven oh two on the road that's like barely below league and his opium at home is obviously through the roofs whatever but last year his opium at on the road was a hundred eighty points higher than at home so you can't so i mean the law of averages this guy is going to hit on the road to even pay attention getting their heads just aggravates me how people don't give this guy respect didi glorious is better than sandra bogart's he's better than gene sikora he's better than poll dijon he's right there with andrew symonds in my mind he's not his glove that simmons simmons might have the best glove in baseball history out of the shortstop opposition weren't all said and done he might go down as that type of guy but i think with the bat better hitting wise and symington levels out and the end of the day on taking d glorious especially in my park is a lefty hitter i just thought we should give decent credit because it's it's unbelievable what we're seeing i don't know if weld see a month like this out of him ever again who knows but it's it's been a joy to watch for sure.
"gorey" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Fantastic bloodiest gorey's wildest most insane games that i've ever played in my life let me starting off with you being hyperpowered and having the blade of limps fighting fighting the colossus of rhodes going in and destroying a whole bunch of other people fighting all the creatures got a war one obviously but yemen all the stuff in god aboard two was was just ridiculous and it really made me just just gush over this series and it was like all right this might be my favorite franchise of all time because it is just so much fun and i feel like davor find the the the fighting mechanics in that game they also introduced a few new things that i thought one well and then they also manage to make the game they managed to continue the story after i especially with the first one it was like okay i guess he'll he'll just fight the gods and the next one will be all over with but no they just they minutes to bring it back and make the game fun and introduce again i love when a studio and game developers are willing to introduce new vital game mechanics and make it interesting colossus of rhodes fight which is a mazing yeah i love when when games are willing to change and take risks and yeah keep him on for this one this wasn't as a big change like god of war three to four was but it was enough of a change to to to make the game better and then also make it feel like all right this franchises here to stay and it has something to say do you have anything to say about god war too i i agree with you in terms of that i feel like this follows the trend of ps two games where like the sequel was somehow always better because this happened with lena sly cooper not checking bags jew but like this happened consistently but god we're did everything in god of war one and it's like it's better it's more it's a hazing this phrase but it's it's more large scale everything goes smoothly everything runs faster crato has better moves in this game and actually like the items in this game out of any of the game so far i item set in this one the most.
"gorey" Discussed on Overdue
"Oh yeah kim he is divorced but she doesn't have any kids and there's another good quote where she's like yeah i decided not to to age her as i was aging when she first wrote her she was like i think grafton was forty two and kinsey thirty two when i started she was thirty two and i was forty two ms grafton said and now she's thirty nine and i'm seventy seven which i just do not think is fair her her new york times bitchy wary from december is is a pretty good reading has a lot of this background information in it and the books themselves she got the titles this'll probably be the the last bit of our opening section here she got the titles while the inspiration for them from a a gore and edward gorey book called the gash league chrome tiny's which is a picture book about a bunch of kids who die and like their names all start with the letter of the thing like barnaby killed by bears or sounds like early garbage pail kids so yeah sure and so she read that book and then immediately just made a list of all the crime words that she could think of now there's precedent for novelists like especially in john series or crime series like linking all of their titles with a motif so that she was inspired by that i heard dad's books like the first two of them used lines from the same nursery rhyme there's a manuscript for third that would have kept doing the same thing interest issues.