19 Burst results for "Jd Salinger"

Interview With Author Francisco X. Stork

What Book Hooked You?

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Author Francisco X. Stork

"So francisco. What book hooked you. Well when i was a teenager. I think freshmen in highschool one of the one of the books that hooked me into wanting to write about the young characters. was j. d. salinger's books Specifically i think the you know the the short stories. I found very interesting and also freddie and so we i. I couldn't imagine you know how he managed to keep me interested in a book. Were nothing happened. Essential so i figured i'd like to learn how to do that someday. So do you remember what the age you were when you were reading Jd salinger especially like frankin. Zoe yeah i was just i had turned fifteen so An hour each leverett ahead. Read other bugs before but it was. That was the kind of like where i really wanted to write for. Would characters that were that age. You know age and i thought it was. You know it. It took a while for me to do that. But that was the beginning as i think of the little. See that was planned. It of You know the kind of stuff that i wanted to write and you mentioned you were fifteen at the time. So were you a big reader. Was it easy to get you interested in books or were you You know they call them reluctant readers or were did you have to grow into your interested in reading or was it always with you know. I grew up. But i was born in mexico and i grew up obviously reading spanish. I think the first book that i read was a translation of mark twain's to princeton to popper at. I was in first grade. So i was like a big. You know a big hit there to tell people that story. And then i obviously. I started reading in started reading in spanish. I grew up a little bit in the the the latin america. Boom you know when you had all these great writers there were there. Were coming to be become beginning to be known

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A Rare Conversation with Former Philadelphia 76ers GM Sam Hinkie

ESPN Daily

05:03 min | 10 months ago

A Rare Conversation with Former Philadelphia 76ers GM Sam Hinkie

"Sam hinkie. Welcome to espn daily pablo sam. Let's be very clear about what's happening here. You don't really talk to people in this way very often. You have reminded me for a long time as a mixture of like all the complimentary to it. I hope you receive. But there's like a jd salinger aspect. Maybe greta garbo is more your speed wizard of oz kind of thing. So why are you breaking. Said silence with me. Right now is you're you're lifting expectations. I don't know if i keep up. But i'll i'll do my best. I do talk every day. Adjust don't talk to you and your colleagues at espn on television. Every day I it's not every a chance to guess up on your friends. Who just had something awesome happened in their life. That happens to coalesce with a bunch of my life. So that's why yeah. Well let's get into it. Because daryl morey your former boss colleague. Your friend just got hired this week. Two year old job. Which is president of basketball operations at the philadelphia seventy sixers. What was your reaction to that news. Stoked i'm stoked. Now it's a i think is great news. I think it's very much he's a. He's a good higher. He's a great har. It's a really big move the franchise for carolina belt with a bunch of people that i care about and i just think it portends really great things for the future for the sixers Remains to this day remains meaningful to me and so Stoudt first of all. Did you know before i knew which is to say. Did you know before woche tweeted about this on wednesday afternoon all paulo the nature of compounding trust with people over long periods of times. Being careful about what you say. Well you know The important to me a maybe. This sounds facetious. But it's me it's important to me to earn. Trust the bill and a lot of ways. One as you do that as a be careful about what you know when you knew anything. So i can sense the drawbridge raising a little bit slower dzhumber where one minute end to to our conversation and here you go with like zingers zingers. I'm trying to scale the castle. And and let me let me let me try something else because i understand that completing. That's these days. Tell me about private conversations. You wouldn't mind sharing your social security information as well. That'd be very helpful. But i want to get into what you mentioned earlier. Which is that. This coalesce is around your story as well in a way that makes you very timely person to talk to on the record at a sports publication like espn daily. I mean the metaphors. Sam for what has happened this week that i have set that i've landed on that. I'm settling a pod. Is that the philadelphia seventy sixers. I mean they kind of just hired their ex wife's older sister so in this metaphor. I think you know that you are the x in this case and i wanna ask you first about that. I mean this must have felt in some way as much as you're excited about this and stoked by the way godsend for sixers fans everywhere like i would argue that. It must be kind of weird. Also eight hasn't begun yet so we'll see a suspect they'll be on occasion. It'll be a little a little strange but mostly it will be great. I that's a. You're only a mind like yours would come up with a with an analogy like that. It's i think of it as a obviously a good thing for daryl and something He wanted to do which is awesome. And i think a good thing for the sixers and you know. God bless him for getting to that answer. I think it's i think it's a great answer. And regardless of the oddity of it make my simple. I've been sixer fan and rockets fan more than the other teams for a while. I can continue to school. Yeah i want to know how much you've actually gotten to watch year-old team your old franchise. Have you gone to see the philadelphia. Seventy sixers play basketball over these last four years since he resigned from the team. I watch a bunch of for sure. I don't watch every game. And i surely don't watch all of every game. I live on the west coast and so Post dinner a lot of nights. You can catch the fourth quarter. I'm as guilty as some fans that game close Turn on the game's not close in. It's not that interesting with a minute ago and you you know. Live to watch another day. but yeah i i watch a bunch and i i keep track a lot because i care about how they do and i care about a bunch of the people there i care about you know. What's the people on the floor. So i'm i'm a fan from far.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Thing on that's on the first is Ben folds voice seven two seven five seven I want to do five eight hundred seven seven one one or two five year like that one song sure yeah well you okay I like that I nine I've always just like that's that's not my favorite song by him though the I like that to give me my money back you **** you know that one no give me my money back give me my money back you bids and you know notes on no think it's song for the dumped you know that song come up just give me my money back you **** I like that so that's a good thing did a lot of low who you Hey what's up with Jeremy Hey John Hey are probably done doing good they are probably not talking about George Lopez but one of the little scenario at you what if we what if you had a follower of George Lopez on the platform where he posted that actually go ahead and yeah people are still holding on to now people are still responsible for their own actions you didn't hold JD Salinger responsible for mark David Chapman killing John let him even though he wrote catcher in the rye right well no I'm the ugly I agree with that did a lot of a lot of happy new year guys let that got you happy new year Sir I would like to put Johns on K. any voice recognition skills to the test go ahead am I ever called in because because I just perked up I did perked up as soon as you call them he totally did you I'm gonna say what first they came in my mouth my head you are the guy that called in the said you like to lick girls feet no not alone there was Charles Milles Charles he is he totally as he called a called a using a different voice no that does he work by Charles young because I listen back again on it on the on the hi how are you I'm waiting for John to tell me that I ever called in before yes obviously you have yeah I don't know what if that was my first and only gas I don't know okay we're running out of time yeah yeah come on who are you John I'm John I'm just a guy all right take care thank you to the alive call I made it through the whole show without insulting someone of that I call that he was pushing us he he he he took you into the corner right nobody puts baby in a corner hello hello I just wanted to say we must protect the cane Corso Connie Connie.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More and more popular among the less educated said and as name for come popular among the less educated the higher educated parents absolutely abandon these names and don't want anything to do with them we named our daughter as may you know because it's this kind of obscure literary reference to a JD Salinger short story as a way of signaling to other people if you if you know that as may references JD Salinger you'll know all of our great intellect that's all over officer of political science at the university of Chicago okay and what's a successful political scientist like you doing mucking around in the baby name research ghetto well I was very interested in this question of ideological polarization we hear a lot these days about liberals and conservatives and particularly about how liberals drive Volvos drink lot today's lesson in P. R. conservative struck guard yeah and I want to see if there is any truth to these allegations and the difficulty is is when you look at consumer products is that consumer products are marketed to specific groups and a lot of products what may look like a conservative or liberal product may be more function of region are social class and not necessarily a product of ideology per se so is super a liberal car or is just to route car that's more likely be German and snowy mountain roads which typically are more liberal voting areas but baby names Eric Oliver figured were a pretty straight up indicator of wealth of something baby names one is at first glance may seem like a relatively frivolous kind of concept they're incredibly powerful indicators of status of aspiration of taste and identity and so we thought well being a baby.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Pop superstars BTS seven also they'll be taking an extended break from performing following a concert in Seoul on Sunday their agency big hit entertainment said the seven members would be undergoing a period of rest and relaxation and add that the break would provide them with a chance to enjoy the ordinary lives of young people in their twenties albeit briefly this the first time B. T. S. will have taken time off since their twenty thirteen debut good on the other my god the card these kids have probably been I hope they're happy because after that year stop and they get back on the bus going to Cleveland I haven't seen my family in three years you don't have family label and your new family this feels like a lot right it does state JD Salinger's classic the catcher in the rye and other books by the author will soon be available as an ebook for the first time ever publisher publisher little brown and company said in a statement we're thrilled to announce that JD Salinger's books will soon be available to read it digitally sounder had resisted putting his works online but now father son Matt Salinger wants to make the books more accessible to younger generation of readers and for those with disabilities that prevent them from reading printed material that's cool I think it's great I love it yeah and I understand Sir like the initial you know now may we don't want to if JT didn't want that to happen but spread the good word let more people read it I didn't like catcher in the rye care for it much either I like the catcher in the why did it like that at the time but then I went back and read it and went this is as good as I thought it and Avengers end game in the CW's Riverdale dominated fox's teen choice awards on Sunday winning four awards each Taylor swift accepted the inaugural icon ward and took a moment to applaud the US women's soccer team the Jonas brothers receive the decade.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Your Art Sucks

Your Art Sucks

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Your Art Sucks

"He sees basically very sensitive person. And he probably was not as killed him, buddy. As I did. But that's fiction and reality was standing in front of the Dakota. There's evidence that Chapman was in a stage of. Illness that was untreated and plagued him for most of his life. And with treatment in prison. He did come to terms with murdering an innocent victim who had just hours before the shooting. Given Mark an autograph and even asked Mark if there was anything else he could do for him in this interaction was captured by photographer, and I've included the image that shows the two of them together in the show notes gracious as he was there was no way John Lennon could have known that he was interacting with his future killer despite Chapman's continue belief that John knew something was wrong. But it appears that catcher in the rye was to Mark the impetus for his motives, it was the rationale for his selection of John Lennon as he was convinced that the fame that John had would be transferred to himself once he murdered John. He would escape the obscurity and the alienate of his life and in doing so forever immortalized himself. Well, the sad part is is that the vision was true to degree Mark is famous but not in the way, he imagined. And in jail. He's found like minded people who hold him with some regard. However disturbing the act was unfortunately with marks fame came the media who clamoured for some reason some semblance of a point of blame. And Mark was far too willing to throw JD Salinger into the role of accomplice news outlets of the day salivated at the prospect of drawing the reclusive author out of the shadows. And under the spotlight's of sensationalistic journalism their headlines reading the catcher in the rise of blueprint for society's outcast, take up action against their enemies. Even though Holden Caulfield never acted in such a manner. Yeah. He'd trumped of shooting his enemy in the stomach. But he never carried out the act, which is an extremely vital point in. Any violence attributed to the novel is absolutely misplaced. Even Mark after treatment came to this conclusion as with the rabid media JD Salinger remained silent and secluded. Well, one awful event in history did permanently scarred. This work of art catcher in the rye had the very unfortunate fate of being tied to many violent acts outside of the murder of Jon this book was also a part of the story when John Hancock junior attempted to assassinate. Ronald Reagan further was also a factor in Robert John Bartos, murder of the young and very talented actress, Rebecca Schaeffer, but the troubles with this novel fall in the educational institutions as well the fear of such a novel inspiring troubled teens to question their lives led to many libraries banning it heavily from nineteen sixty one to nineteen eighty to their challenges to the book generally begin with Holden's frequent use of vulgar language with other. Reasons including sexual references lasts for me, undermining of family values and moral codes and courage.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Your Art Sucks

Your Art Sucks

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Your Art Sucks

"List of the one hundred best English language novels written since nineteen twenty three and it was named by modern library and its readers as one of the one hundred best English language novels of the twentieth century. There's no denying the relevance of this creation and the impact it had and has on generations of youth who align themselves with Holden and his need to question authority society as well as the nine of the unknown future that lay hidden from them, and while the vast majority of people who found refuge in Salinger's work, eventually move through their feelings of disenfranchisement to find hope and belonging there were a very small number of people who, unfortunately, we're not able to detach themselves from the fantasy unable to grow out of the self perceived dispirit nece the exam. Listed in day over day for these few. The book was a calling to them to take action to fight against the establishment and more directly against those who in their words did them wrong. I wanna take a second here and make a bit of a point. I don't know of anyone I've met that hasn't found themselves loss in a book at some point in their lives. I don't know of anyone who haven't had their hearts broken or their minds in grossed or haven't feared the end of a book. They wish would go on and on because the characters are like dear friends to them. So to simply state that anyone who takes a book that literally to the point of violence must have something wrong with them. Well, not all of us may be driven to act out because of a book, but we can all look at the millions who've been pushed to do great end evil things because of books like those who ascribe to religious tales with fervent abandonment. While they may be works of faith. We have to remember that they are for the most part recited tales based on myth and legend with a smattering of truth. In some cases, the point I'm making here is that the written word has power a power that can generate an inflamed passions to great heights or to the deepest lows and any one of us can be pushed to directions in our lives. We never imagined art has the unique ability to empower and in bold in people. We must be aware of this. It is in fact, the point of the episode, and we'll be heightened as we continue through the show. So understanding that we are all to some degree pliable to external influence. Let's look at the most infamous case of how catcher in the rye was used to justify a horrible act, and that was the murder of John Lennon the day of December eighth. Nineteen eighty is burned into the minds of the millions. Of Beatles fans as well. As to the millions of others who respected John for his activism and belief in peace as a means to heal this world's ills, it was the day that the dream of a better future died in a hail of bullets outside of the Dakota hotel at the northwest corner of seventy second street and central park west for those of you listening who are music fans. I am sure you have your own reaction to this disturbing event. I'm sure as artists all of us feel the pain of loss of someone so creative so supportive of art in artists and one who was trying to bring positivity in to overrule being torn apart by deep set Cold War oppression and cultural division. But how did catcher in the right? Become entangled in all of this. Well, Mark David Chapman a security guard from Honolulu. Hawaii the one who wielded the charter arms thirty eight special loaded with hollow point bullets. Well, he speaks about the impact of catcher in the rye on him. I'm not blaming look I blame myself for crawling inside of the book. And I certainly want to say that JV sounds in the catch and awry did cause me to kill John. Lennon fact, I wrote to JD Salinger I got his box number from from someone and I apologized to him for this. I feel badly about that. It's my fault. I crawled in found my pseudo self within these pages Holden wasn't violent, but he had a violent thought of of shooting someone of emptying a revolver into this fella's stomach someone had done in wrong. But you're right..

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Here's one of the darker woods the John leading cover up. We mentioned earlier that he was shot on December eighth nineteen hundred eighty in Manhattan. By a fellow named Mark David Chapman, it's weird because he was simultaneously crazed fan. He's been described that way many times, but he also had some real problems with Lennon specifically with his atheism because Chapman himself was a Christian and he did not appreciate John Lennon kind of spreading this notion that you know that Christianity you knew would never go so far as to say that it's stupid, but he just did not think it was important that you the notion that you do not need a God or the threat of divine punishment to be decent person. Atheism, essentially, absolute somewhere between spiritualism Nathan, yes. So he. He shot Lennon four times in the back. I think you fired the gun five times and then he just sat down on a curb and started reading the catcher in the rye, which he brought with him when he was arrested. He Nassar statement. He told police that the book, the catcher in the rye was his statement. This has got to be a real terrible occurrence for JD Salinger. Well, this is a recurring thing. This idea that catcher in the rise somehow some sort of a SAS ination trigger. Yeah, because the gentleman who made an attempt on Ronald Reagan's life, I believe was carrying a copy of it as well. And it's been talked about as an interesting, you know, if anybody wants to read it, it's it's toll from the perspective of a young dude who is very kind of anti-social and telling the story from the confines of psychiatric institution and it sort of normalizes. That kind of outsider mentality, you know, the kind of lone wolf, no one. He doesn't kill anybody in the book spoiler alert, but he talks about things along those lines and there's a, there's a huge, a huge the Matic thread going through the story in which Holden Caulfield the protagonist, or at least the main character wrestles with the concept of what is real and what is fake, who has phony, who is sincere and yes, it has been alleged in various conspiracy theories that catcher in the rye was used as a psychological trigger by intelligence agencies. So in this theory, John Lennon was not killed so much by Chapman himself. He was more killed by a remote control. The ideas that Chapman was programmed by US government agents to kill Lennon, and they use the the novel as a signal to go ahead with. The operation. So either it was a a subtle signal, the Chapman, the other people wouldn't understand or it was a trigger that he was programmed brainwashed essentially into into following. You know, like he sees this or here's a passage, read aloud, new triggers, a certain set of actions. This sounds just this sounds like if it were a breakfast dish, it would be nuts and bananas, but it is true that John Lennon like other celebrities, immunizations and political activists. John Lennon was being monitored by US intelligence agencies to some degree. All this theory does is go further. We should also mention that Mark, David Chapman at the time of this recording is alive and well. He just had a parole hearing earlier this year. He was denied parole because the parole board wrote back to him and said. You would minutely carefully planned in executed the murder of a world, famous person for no reason other than to gain notoriety while no person's life is any more valuable than another's life. The fact that you chose someone who is not only a world renowned person.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I think i think we're you know skipping what's truly getting down to brass tacks what is john schwartz wilder like yeah tele getting for the super fans by the book i mean it's really spent as long as i spend on anything i spent about three pages demystifying john's lords well the big lovable guy and i had a picture in the book and was just the picture of the simpsons winning the first andy and somebody goes way there's a picture of trump towards welder there and they move it to the end of the book like you know here's the big reveal at the end wilder he's but he's he's he's just reclusive he's just a quiet guy likes this day at home he doesn't go to artie and so this whole mystique around and is really kind of fan created he's done nothing do encourage it but he really loves it we we had an idea for a video that we could use to promote our book and it was a fake documentary called searching for sorts wilder where we set out to find where he is in find the man refund searching for sugarman but then but then met someone says like oh yeah he lives here opened the door hey guys i think we should still do that but it is very much that idea of like everyone would love this idea right no one knows where he he's fallen off the face of the what's not but it's a male exactly but i love and i can i can i it's happy i'm happy to hear that he appreciates the family too because i love that fan lord because it shows that you know there is this really kind of precision for the simpsons for this show for this writer on it but i love that he's been characterized as like the jd salinger of the simpsons writing staff and it feels like a premise from the simpsons of like when you get deeper into the weird stories you hear i'm not sure if you've heard and even but i just remember hearing some rumor about how like he would deliver his scripts like he'd drive up to the security gate and handed off the security guard and then drive away or something and never participate in the.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I think i think we're you know skipping what's truly getting down to brass tacks what is john schwartz wilder like yeah tele getting for the super fans by the book i mean it's really spent as long as i spend on anything i spent about three pages demystifying john's lords well the big lovable guy and i had a picture in the book and was just the picture of the simpsons winning the first andy and somebody goes way there's a picture of trump towards welder there and they move it to the end of the book like you know here's the big reveal at the end wilder he's but he's he's he's just reclusive he's just a quiet guy likes this day at home he doesn't go to artie and so this whole mystique around and is really kind of fan created he's done nothing do encourage it but he really loves it we we had an idea for a video that we could use to promote our book and it was a fake documentary called searching for sorts wilder where we set out to find where he is in find the man refund searching for sugarman but then but then met someone says like oh yeah he lives here opened the door hey guys i think we should still do that but it is very much that idea of like everyone would love this idea right no one knows where he he's fallen off the face of the what's not but it's a male exactly but i love and i can i can i it's happy i'm happy to hear that he appreciates the family too because i love that fan lord because it shows that you know there is this really kind of precision for the simpsons for this show for this writer on it but i love that he's been characterized as like the jd salinger of the simpsons writing staff and it feels like a premise from the simpsons of like when you get deeper into the weird stories you hear i'm not sure if you've heard and even but i just remember hearing some rumor about how like he would deliver his scripts like he'd drive up to the security gate and handed off the security guard and then drive away or something and never participate in the.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Okay but he realized he didn't have a copy of catcher in the rice so we went into a bookstore to pick one up this is like fourth copy of this damn book yes maybe fifth okay so he's like jd salinger like loves him as a client as as as a reader but not as a person yes but perhaps tellingly chapman forgot about all that when he spotted a postcard featuring a scene from his favorite movie try to guess what it has been favorite movie amy hall interesting choice though give it one more shot it's older it's older i'm going to say a singing in the rain actually not far off wizard of oz no kidding well he also identified with dorothy before he he went through a whole wizard of oz phase where he said he was dorothy and then eventually he said that his persona was a mix of all four of them so this is another one that is the but this is me it's like when my mom movie from my mom went from collecting things shaped like hearts that things shaped like pelicans to men and now my mom connects collects which figurines but that is the way that movie is you're supposed to relate to every one of those characters it's a little piece of you the whole point but he saw it as their in amalgamation of me yeah but he he was he's the only one existed kissel it's just had oh i know the whole world exists for him and and that's the that's the conflict is the whole world exists for him and yet the world isn't doing what he believes it should be doing well you know what talked little little people catch him legislation he fucked up the pitching.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Can you remember that massive disgust favor film amman todd rundgren is does think though like well he is my fan at least i have like a pretty big deal fan i'm go ahead and tell you this that in nineteen eightyone todd rundgren next album after john lennon was killed devlin was called healing a deep emotional reactions being tied to one of the most the tragic events century now the accepted stories that chapman was driven to kill john lennon by the novel the catcher in the rye by jd salinger and that's the story people want for the most part the simple straight line of cause and effect yeah it's fat piggy boy kill it a phony for all the true innocence out there but what do we know about stories and the fun urban myths that are built around them none of the fun stories are real oh always halfway like diaper version of it the chaos of real life what i'm going to say here don't read people have caught how many people have been led to violence through these books yeah catcher in the right in turner diaries books inspired a lot of violence no no no no not getting the message getting the wrong message okay in the wrong okay i'll learn here because really the story of mark david chapman is like most of the stories we cover on the show one of chaos it's a story driven by the selfishness and narcissism that has come to define the baby boomer generation i will not let you malign the baby boomer generation because they brought us such wonderful artists such as bill cosby in roman polanski some of the best the brightest of that generation of baby boomer through line there note we're certainly not saying that the entire generation is terrible after all all of our parents are baby boomers so we're we're finding honestly my parents don't really swing the pendulum.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"She's bam all right it's not there yet nope not yet not yet her i don't know if you call us in the news walmart is taking cosmo out of the checkout line so the magazines that they have well they think that it's just it's not a family friendly cover typically in cosmo does cover things that are a little more provocative than they would like to you know merge into their image walmart sex quizzes right there like take the sex quiz exactly yeah by the way that i love taking the cosmo quiz it's not always about sex but typically is alan we have sleepovers that was the one thing you did at the pajama party do the cosmo quiz while you were there the cozma quiz i'll ask it to a total strangers on airplanes hey you don't know me but you're sitting in to a right next to me to be may i give you may i administer the cosmo quiz in nine times out of ten they say no go f yourself look you know i know that cozma isn't for the their image at walmart just like like our show isn't for everyone i mean we do cover some topic sometimes that are little more racy than some people would like with their kids around them so anyway so walmart's doing that to have a lot of stuff in the news today did you ever read the catcher in the rye of course in one school you had to read that jd salinger's catcher in the rye it's one of those angsty highschool books that we all had to read they're saying that if all books you should bring back and read again as an adult the catcher in the rye is the one.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Yeah yeah you're right every tucker don't do that okay but it's like you i would i would like to see a movie wear it yet maybe is like is naturally door dr like about to like build those drugaddicts very radio milligrams cell in your bio pic about serena and venus would be incredible smartly without of course be wrote like instead we get you know your battles sect who again it's fine she's happening they need to have have wikipedia we all get eighty emma stone be a bad version of a lesbian amount by later she shia dominated knows no there were lagged this is a guy who it was because before it came out everybody was like eldest big people watch yeah i saw a trailer for a movie about jd salinger who wrote a wry and i y'all and ran on an egg a movie about ged sound judgment we still have over time norms like serious a j jaidee's alabi right but think about it like you you build soberly stories rather lie we gotta do let's get cheney salads robbery get in here and we're already done we don't have project done yet like all of these black inventors like we were sued for you you guys are you guys it's like the 27th round of the draft number one on the walkie bus these gobsmacked laura and scott big game we'll get made and then everybody will be like you know that most of that story was made up and then it's like what wide why.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on The Thread with OZY

The Thread with OZY

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on The Thread with OZY

"It's more than bryant in her weary heart can take she recounts the traumatic events surrounding reads death in a letter home a few weeks later all that i right now syms part of a dream jack staff and i strenuous underground trip to russia and they'll weeks of hair and the taif his hospital had quite broken me at the funeral i suffered a very severe heart attack specialists have agreed that i have strained my heart because of the long days and nights a watch besides jacks bed and that is enlarged and may not get ever while again all i'm sean brass braswell then this is the thread a podcast from ozzie media per we examine the interlocking lives than events of history we turn back the clock one story at a time to reveal have various strands get woven together to create a historic figure big idea or an unthinkable tragedy our season started with the murder of john lennon how his killer mark david chapman was obsessed with a novel the catcher in the right jd salinger might not have written that novel if he had never met the dazzling o'neill and who might not have existed of her father eugene o'neill hadn't lost the love of his life if you take away one connection history changes john lennon might be celebrating his seventy seven th birthday this month if just one of these links had been different will never really know this episode we continue our thread with louise bryant the woman who captured the heart of eugene o'neill and could have changed at all.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And there's there's a lot of them and i want to talk about post because i can i can see things that you did in editing which of course is a lot like writing and i want to get to that but let's first talk about casting i i would think the idea of casting jd salinger you probably had a lot of actors wanting to be in this movie were brood and nicolas his great in the mood what was very daunting decision because i believed that the whole film with liver die on the after the played this part and that thus since this is my first movie my entire career was going to live or die on the actor who played this part and so that's this decision will be the most important decision i will make in my directing career that was that was my mind said it's very sort of jewish of me right you know this is like this nervous a good ruin my whole career if i don't do this right you know um which is kind of how i do everything although not so much that way behind way but it's inside of me that the tension and so i um i watched is of all the actors over a long period of time i took months and when i got to nicklaus holds from movie to movie he was unrecognisable in a way that reminded me of gary oldman i thought wow this guy is a twenty five year old gary oldman this is unbelievable character actor in this leading man body so i put him on my list of top choices and there's some really need actors in that age range and i asked them five of them to audition in four of them said yes and his audition was terrific i mean it was literally just auditioned and not the part but it was i was leaning toward sam uh before the auditions and my hope was i think this is nick but we'll see and then after the audition was yeah yes definitely neck.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

The Win with Heather Havenwood

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

"I had to hire that out completely but i loved the humming of the engine that's what i i look for is like that humming id and finding assistance yes super weird so i'm just now learning about like you said your what you learn you know i got really this is what what i'm not great at i'm the opposite m surprisingly getting it fits this that your dinner fly that you know a thing were larkin sign is not only do they make more money when they fine fairer you know they've the when the when the focus on what they're good at but they enjoy life a lot more instead of flights forcing yourself to try to do something that isn't your either isn't your core competency um i've done that so many times a with run in the business of forcing myself to be the operations guy 'cause i thought well you know the bigger entrepreneur i gotta do everything myself said you you know know instead of just saying not on the stuff that i'm good at which is in a living like jd salinger in an underground bunker and never seen other human beings for eighteen months stuck in front of a computer screen a coffee you can't be sane and be a a good copyright i mean who were the white mine wants to sit in front of a computer why eating words all day to state right it's not right winger steve i'm dr alviti.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Kickass News

"So he gave salinger his first quote unquote break and i think salinger thought oh i'm going to be a success now and then but you don't that's not how it works right and then it took a months to get published again in i don't wanna get too much of what the film gets into but wynn wit red um salinger's first holding caulfield story witt was adamant that this be his first novel and that this character should be a novel reich zoos region regionally could be a shortstory relentless hortatory story yeah he wrote many holding caufield short stories uh before he started writing katrin the rai but witt was adamant that holding caufield be quote unquote a novel in literally kept pushing him for it ends other a wetter is that you can read where he's where's my coffee all novel and he just was really he really believed in it yeah and it's interesting because later in the film see with burnett struggling with his magazine story which you like you said had all of these authors who had published short stories in it and it gets to the point where he's he's practically begging jd salinger to give him some kind of a story or something yeah denied all i don't want to have too much of the movie away but he definitely story magazine for its entire existence struggled as you can imagine at all these great author yeah but they weren't great when he when he found in the raw they were just over unknowns i mean he was bitterly giving them their first writing jobs and publishing these people for the first time or be in a very early champion of them and i love that now he's a major character played by major movie star in a film i think there needs to be it's as dsm what burnett knew he had needs to get his do uh and i did know that the character of sally hazen catcher was based or loosely based on june neil the daughter of the playwright eugene o'neill.

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"jd salinger" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"jd salinger" Discussed on Kickass News

"I i'm ben mathis welcome to kickass news if you're like me at some point in high school you're assigned to read the great american classic catcher in the ride and introduced to the author jd salinger's rebellious alterego holden caufield the only novel ever published by salinger catcher in the ride captured a restlessness and sense of alienation that resonated with young people in nineteen fifty one and continues to do so today earning its place among the most venerated works in american literature it's ironic for an author who held literary critics and the literary industry in general in disregard if not outright contempt deliberately shunning fans in virtually all publicity and living most of his adult life in seclusion on a ninety eight perform in new hampshire as a result of this one of the great authors of the 20th century remains in many ways a mystery to us but a new film called rebel in the rise seeks to fill in some of the gaps exploring the young jd salinger's coming of age as a man and as a writer the reallife events that inspired him to create catcher in the ride and the difficult relationships he had with his mentors his publishers and the women in his life the movie stars nicolas holt as the famous author with a stellar supporting cast than includes zoe deutsche kevin spacey sarah paulsen brian darcy james hope davis and victor garber rebel in the rise the first time directing effort of actor writer producer and now director danny strong who you know from his recurring roles on buffy the vampire slayer and gilmore girls as well as madmen justified and billions is also the cocreator of the hit television series empire and the emmy awardwinning screenwriter behind the hbo films game change in recount as well as the hunger games mocking j part one and two and lead daniels the butler.

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