17 Burst results for "Graydon Carter"

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back and miles. What does this Gizmodo story about the president being not entirely honest? Yeah. Breaking news, man. You know for all the shit's that President Trump talks about fake news. I mean, he needs to take a look at himself. And what I mean look at himself look at the unedited photos of himself because someone Gizmodo started kind of like doing some side by side comparisons of pictures, put out from Trump's Facebook and Instagram along with like, the actual news photographs and realized that your boy is photo shopping himself to look a little bit thinner. Flattened out his neck lines a little bit and at times slightly augmenting the size of his hands in like away. That's like. Yeah. Okay. Like, and it's really subtle stuff. Like, they're just sort of bringing in like his jacket a little bit. Yeah. Or just slightly along game your finger. Yeah. I mean ever since Graydon Carter called him a short fingered vulgarity in Bray, he's been really on the defensive about his hands. It's almost like that's the one hundred percent fucking true. Right. I mean, the second someone calls you ever, something and you go. Nah. Look at it. Right lost. Yeah. You lost exhaust? But yeah, it's it's like funny because like it's like he's doing something like face tuning, and, you know. Yes. Trying to get his glow up on. I I do. So it was the dog ears and shit. I was like I think he's trying to get one over. I don't think that's biological fucking. Time to take out pretty adorable notice. Yeah. So again, it's interesting to get a peek inside his head like knew how sort of how secure hitting insecure in aware. He was of how he looks and how he wants to look and be perceived. But yeah, when you look at all this like, it's really subtle to like, even the the the editor Gizmodo who looking at these like had to do like sort of overlay gifts. So you can kind of see the difference. Because if you put them side by side, you'd have to kind of squint your eyes. But you're like, oh, yeah. Look his like his torso got a little bit thinner. Yeah. His finger got like half an inch longer. Yeah. It looks like. Definitely on his the the good one of the face that looks like the shit that he's going to paint on the brick walls. When fucking phase two rolls around. It looks like North Korea like status shit. That's a handsome guy over here. You're like, oh, that's a you know, dump he's bucking a ship. But over here. I definitely see the difference. Like, yeah. But you know, again, this isn't surprising. But it doesn't anyone again, you know, for all the shit that it's like about. I mean, not that. I'm even surprised at how this person contradicts himself. But it's it's a sad. Look into torture. The very definition of fake news. Like this isn't enough itself. Fabricated report. Yeah. Yeah. Like like, like, if you're putting out altered pitches yourself like, that's yeah. You're the one you're and you're there the news at this point. Right. The people who basically invented Photoshop was Stalinist Russia. Delete people from pictures who he wanted killed and wanted erased from history. So people didn't start asking questions and also just because he was mean also putting himself next to people. He never met too, right? I don't know that that was like the main thing they use Photoshop for was to just delete people from history. And then yeah, they said that conjuncture like they don't think there has been a picture released to the North Korean public where he hasn't been photo shopped have we not seen those photos. No, yeah. Yeah..

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"graydon carter" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"And I've been the chef there for two and a half years at the time. And I felt like there was so much negativity surrounding that restaurant. What was it? What was wrong with it? You know, it was so the the Beatrice has victims really long storied history. It was one of New York's first Speakeasy in the nineteen twenties. It was a very much beloved family owned Italian restaurant for over fifty years and the cardiac zone that building they had the the the restaurant. It was amazing. And it was very much a neighborhood standby. And then, you know, a pulse Ivanka took it over with mon- Abernathy, and it became one of New York's toward Wooster Tories nightclubs. You know, it was like the the model celebrity hang out in early two thousands. I was never cool enough to get in. I Dubai it to get in the restaurant. But you know, I was never cool enough to get in. And you know, it it became this hot spot where you know, you had to know somebody to get in. There was a secret password, you know, as crazy. Yeah. It was like, you know, it was crazy. It was actually it was Harley it was Harley. Yeah. There's I have this neighbor. His name is Todd. He's been tastic is actually one of our regulars now, but his dog is name was Harley. And if you knew Harley the doorman would let you in. Yeah. I clearly didn't know Harley at the time her now. I didn't know at the time. But you know, it it became kind of Sean by the neighborhood. Because of you know, it was like it was like a coke done. And it was eventually shut down because of that. And like the noise complaints from the neighbors, and then for great and Carter does he could over and for it to have this like, you know, very, I think there was like that red velvet rope policy, or that's what it was viewed at at least. And so, you know, I didn't want it. Because of that I was already getting ready to leave to take something else. Over to start my own restaurant. I was already in the process of going down that road when they came to me, and I just felt like God it just really wanna fresh start. You know, I really wanna I start. And you know, then after I talked to about the freida after I really sat down with it. And thought about it longer. It was like how often do you get the chance to buy a piece of Newark history. You know, it doesn't really. Happen that often. And if we could buy this restaurant return it to the neighborhood and have it be this, really beautiful neighborhood gem. And write a new chapter a more welcoming chapter. It was going to be the best the best comeback story ever in restaurants. You know? And that's really what we're trying to right now. Let's really the chapter that I wanna right. And that's that's really what I want to bring this restaurant to you know, I want it to be this not only a neighborhood gem for the west village. But I want it to be in New York stand by you know, like you come to New York. This is Ray you and to have it be on that level where it is this, you know, classic New York restaurant. You know, that's what I want for it. That's what it deserves. So just for for our listeners Graydon Carter, then at the time the editor of Vanity Fair pan. Freida would you call the one of the most famous butchers? I mean, I is there anybody else..

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"graydon carter" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"Treat each other, how they meet, how they as Volusia Aries psychologists, biologists, say mate, and we talked to six main characters all over the country in four different cities as well as a lot of experts, including you. And the heads of some of the leading dating apps CEO's and CSO's of the big ones like Tinder, bumble and hinge and match group. And there's a lot of discussion of gender issues. We go into a lot of things including racism on the apps trans-phobia on the apps LGBTQ you know, issues and concerns, and we, we tried to be very diverse and talk to a lot of different people from different places, people of color. And I wanted to give a really broad range of voices because so many people use this technology. Well, okay. So let's go back to how this old started. So you did in article wrote an article. I believe it was Vanity Fair about tender and Sean RAD, which was which was one of those seminal articles that get shared all over the internet because they're so much chaotic insane stuff in it tells a little bit about the. I don't remember what was the amazing quote from showing radd the see of tender something about he screwed something up royally, but tell us a little bit about how that came about and how you got to this. And then I, I want to really get into, you know how dating culture has changed since we were kids, of course, and kind of what the implications are of that. But let's go back to that article in Vanity Fair. I believe it was two thousand fifteen. Right? And and how that came about. How the article came about. You mean. Yeah, how the article came about and how this led you down this path of kind of writing more about this kind of dating apocalypse world that we live in and all the things that will come about it. Okay. Well, I did a book that came out in two thousand sixteen called American girls social media, and the secret lives of teenagers and Donald started from Vanity. Fair article, two called friends without benefits. The first anecdote in that piece was actually a sixteen year old girl in Los Angeles telling me about tender and how she got her heartbroken by a guy in school. And so she said she was just gonna go and find some guy, tender and loser virginity a way to sort of deal with her emotions. The emotional fallout of this thing I'd never heard of tender before. Never. I'd heard of grinder. I didn't know that there were dating apps like Tinder yet, and it really. It really had just came out and it's it's, you know, it's not surprising that the first person to tell me about it was a teenager because as you know, young people are often the first to adopt new technology. So after that, I. Started doing the book and I, I wanted to do a film and I was taking along a cameraman with me. I didn't really. I never been to film school or anything. So we traveling around all these cities, and I would just take on this great cameraman that I got very lucky to be introduced him. Daniel Carter who's the cameramen on also swipe the documentary and. I, Dana Brown is my editor who was my editor advantage founder Graydon Carter. He said, why should great in about what you're making a documentary film? You know, maybe he can give you some advice, whatever. So I mentioned a grain that I was doing this trying to make a film about, then I thought, girls and social media and all these really powerful interviews. I was having with all these girls about cyberbullying slut shaming. I mean, just all of these really unprecedented things that were happening to girls online and you know, kind of sexism that was spilling on onto their lives in school..

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"graydon carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three three nine six nine two kurd it was it was in the eighties that you start at spy magazine and call trump a short fingered vulgarity in which is following him to this day we see on your radio radar screen yet in nineteen seventy eight he's really was not probably should have been because he was just he had his eye on buying what became the grand hyatt hotel had his eye on building trump tower but those that happened in nineteen eighty and later in the eighties respectively so no i i know he was not at all on my radar intel in fact in the in the mid eighties eighty five when we started thinking about spy eighty six when we started and that's when he got on the radar of me through my partner graydon carter who had been assigned to write a profile of this this you know we'll say developer that not many people had heard up at that point so so now what was on my radar really as as a newcomer to new york and and working in media was the fact that rupert murdoch had just bought the new york post and new york magazine and the village voice that was an extraordinary thing that at this at this very sort of fat and happy time of new yorkbased media gave a a kind of excitement to the whole game that i think hadn't existed just a couple of years earlier so here's a clip of analysis of the high levels of street crime in nineteen seventy eight that you just referred to and was part of the context in which rupert murdoch had just bought the post and was turning it from a liberal tabloid to a conservative tablet you probably wouldn't have sound street crime analyze this way in murdoch's new york post but.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on Channel 33

"Sust and which he basically said that while the special effects were over the top the film did help people to understand his work so he was happy to meet with me and i went to rome met with him he's the most spiritual man i think i've ever met and then i came home i went to the vanity fair academy awards party where graydon carter who was the editor of vanity fair said to me well wove been lately wherever your travels taking you doing anymore operas and i told him i'd been to rome met the vatican exit it oh you got to write about this you have to write about this for vanity fair i'll give you as much space as you need so i wrote a sixty five hundred word article about father morton my meeting with him i went back to interview him again on tape and i asked him if he would ever allow me to witness an exorcist exercises which the church never allows they just don't why is that well it's not an entertainment it's not for people's pleasure or even understanding it is a very private matter between someone believes they're possessed and an x's so the church doesn't grant permission so how'd you compel him to let you do that he didn't need permission he was the vatican exorcist every other priest who performs an exit and there aren't many needs permission from their bishop in father amort s case it was the pope and he had the complete support of all the pokes and he founded a group called the international association of exercises almost made up and he trained most of the ones who are around their training more now.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Between trump and komi is the simple fact that this episode has personally embarrassed the president i think the president is deeply wounded when he's humiliated his whole life has been about promoting how big and powerful and competent he is the thing that he dreads the most is being shown up to be to being described as less than biographer say it's a lifelong pattern former vanity fair editor graydon carter for years publicly insulted trump's physical traits firing off quotes calling trump a short fingered bulgarian during the campaign morkel rubio got in on it seen his hand like this and you know what they say about men was small hands and trump couldn't help himself and he referred to my hands of this ball something else must be spoiled i guarantee you this no problem i guarantee one of trump's most notorious public embarrassments was at the hands of president obama at the two thousand eleven white house correspondents dinner no one is happier no one is prouder to put this birth certificate matter to rest than the donald and that's because he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter why did we fake the moon landing what really happened in roswell and we're all big into buck a seething trump never even attempted a smile and people who spoke to him afterwards said there was as angry as ever seen him in fact he immediately began talking much more seriously about challenging the president of running for president himself but so far trump hasn't publicly attacked stormy daniels and karen mcdougal there have been only denials from the white house but those accounts of alleged affairs would appear to embarrassed him why hasn't he attacked them we have to think about whether they may know more than they've revealed so far and this is the president who's sensitive to his wife's experience of all of this.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on WDRC

"I think really either of those things have been very good on trade immigration and no more stupid wars for a long time he does have a history of that i mean i kept tweeting his tweets from back when rubio another republican who betrayed us on immigration this ward he would never support amnesty that's how he got big backers the right wing backing in in florida was elected to the united states senate and hey here's my first spill a great big amnesty well trump was tweeting against it then is instincts are magnificence unfortunately we something we never saw during the campaign he really wants to be liked by cafe society entre all which is very strange i mean he could he could have been liked for eighteen months during that campaign after the mexican raipur speech that would have been the time to decide screw what i want the new york times to like me i want graydon carter to come to my side but he didn't he's and i i mean i'm sorry i'm an issue person not a cult personality person you you do what you're gonna say i'll be all for you but this is the most massive betrayal in political history in any sense as to what's driving him then because a lot of things drive this guy and he clearly has a lot of drive i mean when he sits on a course for some things he he goes till he gets them and i know you're absolutely right which is why there was good reason to think he was going to it was going to keep this pledge i mean look when he wanted his golf course in scotland a lot of roadblocks were thrown up people saying you're gonna wreck our view we're not giving you the permits blah blah blah it was like bulldozer he got done in a week same thing with a woman ring same thing with a lot of his buildings the idea that a builder who was who was built all these all these properties and golf courses with lots of objections and managed to overcome the mall the idea that he as commander in chief couldn't fulfill his main campaign promise to build a border wall is somewhat stunning i i i i did think it was a bad idea to be inviting his children to be his advisors liberal democrats from new york who are not really part of the maga agenda.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And i thought it'd be a good thing for the magazine vanity fair do so like the than power restaurant in los angeles the time was martin's peter barton said a loved duties will the trolls one of my best friends the steep dish he's already called me over the first so steven i did it together for a couple of years then he'd stopped am and we've done it ever since annette really what do you think was the key year that it really became inonu when tom cruise and nicole kidman might have been the jerry maguire years it just grew organically we started off very small 100 fifty two hundred people and a month firm believer in and not making not not overpromising subbing and make he had two small let it grow the arithmetic way rather than an exponential way and hit that we had troubled you try to keep the numbers down is that i mean i know i know for people said this about lauren michaels to that the tough as one of the toughest things about walking away from a job like that other than the action and durant talented people all the time is there's just kind of being the gatekeeper for some of the stuff in alarm michaels has like the man and here is the moment yeah at doing that show maybe it flips a little bit i'm sure you've thought about that oh yeah vanity fair right you know the the funny thing is the night of the osu's i would just as a low planning for something i think it's really a love marshalling all the troops in all the design and everything like that the night of the oscars roles run i just i would kill to be in bed eating joe he just wanted sulaibiya starts late goes lay it's a long day at the office for a year and i am not a comfortable.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Over the course of six years people wanna move in absolutely hear anyone who have here and it's a really fun place for young personal live which was not six years ago cheap rents cheap rents nice where go of ray want yet drank is the new york thing if you're young in new york stop and a cab and new york's up all night in la is in up all night like that but it's got a lot of the other pieces that were in my first a permanent new york was down in the in the in the village and i paid it was a beautiful poem had tall ceilings in a garden none of walled led a glass and and paid two hundred dollars a month and my daughter's apartment is right around the corner and she was sharing with a friend was but the same side shooting five thousand dollars a month and so the reds new yorker just so atrocious the delays very tried plays also think strange now the overall decline of the movie business as love other industries to flourish here tact as a dozen it hasn't hang over the city like like like like a giant you know i clouded others other life here there's the art world there's the tech world it a huge tv business yet and it just feels like a much more vibrant city and then you throw in everthing also the whether the palm trees leedle and sounds like we should start looking for real estate yeah yeah and who've already won left shake slash only neighborhoods the most the other bestlooking pod granting operator of ave unb election pre bihar new york elekdag pretty goodlooking the ah yeah i mean most leaders that your blue eyes day icrc i doubt the most the attractive people in in the us live in la i think australia may have almost all the models and actually i know even the studio heads looking in the billy bob i mean is that good movie star very good posture i'm very high cost you great the battle the best you think he rents for president.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Did you follow how the new yorker and the times were basically competing to see who could get this story at first heavier ever been involved or something like that all the time consul you know somebody asked during the same thing always you are a monthly schedule imbo it but then we can released now with the internet we can release said the moment it's ready we have that you have that at least once every couple of months what's the best example of that i can't even think of anything right now by no eight when we broke the deep throat story yeah i was that was a big big that's a one of the great mysteries of journalism absolves at the broke that why i never wanted now i realize after now so much more find that no yeah i gotta it's almost like the jfk's assassination cannon never wanna now yeah i was wondering where it will probably now nobody this guy is this the lawyer calls me in says i i represent a man who was deep throat in the during the watergate reporting and i said and we get a lot of not falls i turn it over to one of my others david friend who and he can i worked together forever we used to work life magazine together and um so we spend two years on as weird like eighty ninety five percent sure that we had the mark felt was the guy and that carl bernstein was only massive lincoln called carl because i worried that he would then called bobblehead bob would like it the paper the next day we have a monthly magazine there was no internet speak of the times as two thousand five and we close this this story we we secretly photographed using a of the husband of the head of the head of the photo department and i go my honeymoon we my wife i go to the bahamas for our honeymoon.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I mean it could sorting gas demeaning others british meaning called jimmy sabail once he was arrested as a paddle fall you'd say like what you couldn't get this realize this before and who's all dressed and chains and go at tracksuit constantly a news it was just it looked a bit like mardi fell believes just it was a strange looking guy and and uh i had no idea that this was going on at this at this level but of i on the peninsula hotel hero tear it all those bathtubs because you don't wanna be thinking about the harvey winds not guide the illegals the way you know the cut the whole establishment that he was part of it feels like it's shifting like whatever as happened with the trump allegations last year the trump tape on the stuff that's happened harvey just women coming out it does feel like this is this is kind of the pivotal change we're tape in this october ten pivotal seachange week for things are net never gonna be the same at this stuff now it'd be voted out of me they'd be good of that was the case in and you'd all you we're the is harvey has young daughters almost the age of some of these girls i have a 23yearold oh she worked at the wednesday in company three summers ago which was in college and she so so chaotic never even saw arbi yeah she said they didn't have desk for the inter that work on their knees with the bring their own computers to work.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Whoa at the tiger woods car crashed with the wife yes i remember thinking this is the ultimate venditti ira enough they'll be able to get this one also any head shot hit him for an american express sad that never ran and we were trying to figure out what to do and then she wants a you know do it this photograph so she sends it over in him looking really menacing with his shirt off and we ran at an america's prestgious livid with us because they had basically paid for the photograph and i had really signed off on it being used for anybody else and but yes but the oh you retailing retired would you say that's a good story for us do you have like is there a favorite issue you ever had of vanity fair because i know like at grant landing at the ring i've had favored gays right now we can kill that that day yeah i mean you don't have one issue relying on the best issue leila zana sound make me sound like a real ask but i am member targeted john f kennedy jr on the phone and then telling him i had to get off the line because the princess of wales's on the other line that was all that i remember well yeah let's go selling a princess diana probate made a few appearances very federal law as short as their her most famous photographs appear to manufacture these ones take by marital status which are sued the defining pictures of her in the last ten years were live allow me to take quick pay tug better friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans dander stand at home plays a big row in your life and famine that's why they created racket mortgage which gives you the confidence you need when it comes to buying home refinancing your existing home loan it's simple and allows you to fully interesting all the details and be continuity hit in the rain mortgage few whether you're looking to buy your first tom or your tenth.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"What was the movement that was going on didn't really transfer into the comedies the movie comedies until the next decade we'll missing it took five we had like strands and seinfeld on nbc on race and as the 90s cheers yeah chooses 80s was cheeses eight years was old school area well it was like the last great old grill obstacle yet style area watch cheers now and at the elkah it wasn't even a sitcom knows like i just a funny show thing with fraser's billion written so many do an epa vanity fair forget 1992 and um and i you know abs but not running it right yeah yeah i'm running it yeah oh yeah you're right that's twenty five year jail immediately got the job running it yeah i was hired by saw eye he he had hired me actually debris the editor of the new yorker and soon went home every night and cancelled everything and planned is what i would do for the first six months of give with a sixmonth 12month a twomonth plan and then the day was supposed to be announced i was told that it was going to be vanity fair and i had no plan and so and i didn't know enough to life i'd said a need three monster couple of months to figure out what i'm going to do i would've thought i wasn't sure whether they pay me for those two months not and i needed a paycheck ray i started right away he had thirteen kids at that point ed getting kids nursery schools priests olga yes i actually you might wish and bills were almost as much as my salary but what was vanity fair in 1992 it would is you walk into it was a successful magazine had not made money but it was a successful magazine and it was very emblematic of the 1980s.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"So we plan for us it budgeted for twenty five thousand copies on the news dan or circulation in total in it within the third issue we're getting requests for like san francisco and los angeles in london and so we were printing one hundred fifty thousand copies wound and waiting for all led to all those sales to come back in ended became egis became really difficult subscriptions canal cia we had a lot of you had a final i subscribe era we had a lot of subscribers but it thank you know that was a really there was a lot of detail the winning two that way would you differently if you did over here i would add probably a law and with a larger company possibly from the geico got also do you know this is a horribly i do fashioned shoots because they are the people who advertise interesting and we were going to get its ads from us dealer general tire but we could have of we'd played our card better gotten ads from in a ralph lauren and i think it would have been hard to jugo it would be in the all time outsider bananas sadea none in iowa it it was appalled it was difficult you know i think of that air last though outs may a my god we had so much fun i think of that era and it's just letterman an it's like signed found another commune coming up and it's you guys and inches connie just shifted it was that johnny carson arafura is true all the setting gave way letterman the age of irony than in the age of being ironic about ari and then it just kind of and by the end of the decade we were in a totally different play yeah and it was the place i wanted to be a nose funny lucky with back at the 80s it does look like a a real moment in time even movies look so different now yeah all the men in their dockers are below ralph lauren cheetah's law people ties big ugly ties but wearing ties even you look at the comedies from back then and.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And we brought in a partner tom phillips who had worked at the rothschild bank ended goldman sachs and he absorbs put together a business plan and what was the onesentence pitch it was a satirical a monthly about the characters who made up the new york and new york was filled with many more characters than it is now selfbuild bankers and yet and lawyers immune its lives lake geneva with dirt right now in a lot of them are acting it's hard to believe this story hearing much yet there were really little free internet and there were there were showing off their money and showing off themselves in a way that made it very entertaining for a journalist like gordon geico from austria it's kind of like heroic in that movie but he's actually a horrible worse intended heavy but he laid out this wednesay oscars they i liked escorting became a role model for wall street banker ray billion people look leona helmsley it was a big real estate force in the city at the time most of them alba trumper pretty much gone did you feel like you ride this magazine for three to four years and it takes you somewhere better no that what was your strangled will actually we thought we were burning every bridge we can possibly imagine that's how i felt reading eliana land we thought will do this forever and uh without really thinking that that uh there's basically no future for a standalone magazine in this world mauguin exeeds are part of larger companies we were so stupid we didn't know that you could go to a fashion company and boral closed for a photo shoot.

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"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"graydon carter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Was in there seems basic now but it's his basic because you was artery internet yes oh dan made a big difference you know we do this thing where we sent checks for thirty two cents to about fifty unbelieva really wealthy new yorkers they were millionaires the time they were billionaires and then the ones that cash 32 sent check we wanted to see if they would gather at the ones catch the 32 subject we senate cinemas sixteen sent check to see if they would cash that and that the ones who didn't cash 32 sent send jack we sent a sixty four cent check thinking that that that may encourage them to take the time to write hoops dealers signature and right for deposit only on the back of the jack and put it in a pile of goes to the bank and as this to go a long time to do too eager to get away from the check to come back then you've got to remain on new jacked up and we made up some unnamed with some company like the national clearinghouse or somebody who's on the printing on the jack and in at the end of the day just two people cashed sixty insent jackson in one was adnan kashoggi then a very sort of the torius arms dealer and one was trump and crowd of you could say was admirable the catcher whose cautious enough of those money that the caches sixteen said check sense moneygrubbing yeah he was free money via video had a hero as argued needed at the time was the only thing you did with when you would call the restaurants making fake reservation smell the man nerve disciplinary heather thing the basically uh how how long it took for somebody to give back that's what a measure of your value to society and the the time semester sloan mike mike ovitz would called goldbaek the number like two seconds coastal owned was huge and into uh joey bishop we just we did it in a wound up like two hundred in sixty days and counting licking nobody'd returned his phone call.

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