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Fresh update on "leonardo" discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"They don't i mean let's just be honest it you should be compensated for work. I think unfortunately people like that. They tried to do it but working on like a non-profit budget and you can't just continue that way the future of. Yeah well one of the biggest problems that we have morons who in our leadership in the muslim world like nbs spend five hundred million dollars on a painting that is not even made by leonardo da vinci. But he thought he bought a leonardo davinci research from salvador. Mundi the monday. Yeah painting so just speaking of animation and paintings and things like that. We have leaders of our muslim world. Who are buying five hundred million dollars that could feed the entire country of somalia what will the impoverished nation for however many months dude insane but yeah so funny thing is that the knucklehead was actually beating against himself and he he inflated the price more than it actually was value teasury scary man. How can make an example out of somebody like that. The funny thing that he had to procure of the of the pain that were bidding against each other and they were actually both working for him so he actually overpaid for the thing in the first place That's really funny. That's really scary to man. But you know what it is and look man when you've got that kind of money in your involvement near doesn't matter i mean it will. It will cause you all kinds of grief pain right. If you do things wrong way right now the money will never buy you happiness right. I mean just think about that. He should be happy. But i can buy expensive painting but then he realizes oh crap i just paid too much for bidding against myself the whole time and it's a fake fake but not one hundred percent done by but anyways so we were talking about the story and the story is and that product is brown right and so we were talking about this in..
Fresh update on "leonardo" discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Mario lopez don't even now on zoom golden globe nominated actor freddie highmore. Welcome to the show my friend. How are you very well. Yeah thank you for having me back. Where are you speaking to us from right. Now i'm in vancouver About three quarters of the way through the full season if the conduct that we feel and course no one's traveling anymore. So i'm in vancouver for i've been hit for what's a beautiful city The i imagine when when when you're not when you're not shooting there i mean obviously there you've been there for a while. Where's home these days. I'd like to think that london's nice but it given. Yes yeah did you. The uk's But i spend a lotta time out here. As you said vancouver's lovely beautiful city is just a lot sometimes in the winter. Yes pretty rainy rainy. But we've made it through the spring is here. It feels like we are and for making it through these months as has come. It's nice exactly. Stanley park a nice place to visit right now coming coming spring well. Congratulations on the new movie. The vault is the title looks like an action heist film. Wh what can you tell us about it. Yes it's just to kind of fun crazy splashy bank heist movie. I love them unto film. Yeah and so very different to me to So it's you know. I think as as an actor you always want to china yourself to do other things and to the in movies that feel like after you've never done before and necessity knees Yet we become part of this group who are plotting bank heists trying to break into one of the hottest ms protective banks in the world. Which is the bank of spain in madrid and as we try to promote its highest. We read is that the only way we will be able to is if we use the world cup final at soccer final as a distraction with us to sneak in. So it's a it's a fun crazy. Ride being that it takes place during the world cup. How'd you recreate the the the time it was a soccer matches. I'm assuming we're going on right or football. I should say yes. We filmed at a time when you could have big crowds. We ended up shutting down one of the main squeeze at if you actually shot in spain. Cool yes yes. We filmed in madrid. It was it was a wonderful. Yeah it was great. I i did. Spanish universities Arolla in madrid has returned to me in some ways getting to fill air and how nice yet the production bad. It's it's it's it's insane what we will give them permission to do. In madrid itself with the end feliciano's which is not going to the You've also got a new series about leonardo davinci fascinating. What is that about. Yes that's about the life of the great. Leonardo davinci it's A show that has just started to launch financing in europe and just started to come out in europe that just look sets the 'nigma of the united gm. The man behind the aut was was truly about is aside from being an incredible artists. What what are we gonna learn about him. That will be surprised to learn. I think it's just the fact that he won't let me think leonardo da vinci we think the first image that comes to mind isn't one of him it's safer it's it's at the last supper. I couldn't even tell you what it looks like..
Brazil's Supreme Court Rules Judge Moro Was 'Biased' in Lula Trial
"Louise Ignacio Lula to silver of corruption four years ago was biased. Leonardo Russia has more By three votes to to Brazil's highest court concluded that judge says Yamato had violated Lula's rise in several occasions. Mr Moto had sentence Lula to more than nine years in jail for corruption in the state oil company Petrobras eyes Lola was leading most opinion polls was banned from the 2018 presidential election and spent almost two years in jail. His luck began to change when hackers intercepted compromising messages exchanged between judge model and the prosecutors in which they showed political bias and discuss the need to expedite the trial in order to put the former leader behind bars before the elections. You're listening to world news from the BBC.
In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s
"Did everybody here. this thing. That punky bursts doing solar moon. Fry things that are on streaming know. What apparently today on hulu. There's something called kid ninety. It's documentary that she put together so basically it's time capsule for jax cry and so if you're a gen xer that's awesome like did this. And she's like behind the whole thing. Okay but Yeah i'll check it out. Yeah it's on hulu today. I don't know much about it but kidney had me solely moon frye punky brewster. Yeah she did marry a producer like the guy that helps put together punk. Yeah punked sorry so that kind of stuff. It says. When i started the dock it wasn't meant to be all about me. I tried to make it about everybody but me. But you're watching. I guess you see that. She really did kind of know. Who's who of young hollywood at the time like punky brewster. Leonardo dicaprio kevin connolly. Brian austin green mark. Paul goss ler johnny lewis even charlie sheen. She lost her virginity at surely shave. Now here you go at one point. She listens to a voicemail from sweet sounding mark. Wahlberg greg lucky. She remarks that she's nervous to call him back. I don't blame. Geez she was everywhere house. Oh okay you're talking about something else. Mark wal mart and the funky bunch. That's what i'm saying. Is she knew she did.
Gena Jaffe, Founder of Connecting Rainbows, Shares Her Experience with Reciprocal IVF
"And jenna jaffe. My wife and i have two beautiful children through reciprocal via and i just started a new business called connecting rainbows where we're connecting. Lgbtq plus individuals and families with lawyers who specialize in working with the community and also providing fertility resources to help boom twenty-four. Look vows mazing. That's really really good. I guess when you do reciprocal again. You don't have to say like you just all you have to say is i did reciprocal. And you don't have to say. I carry the baby's available although we're you have to get into that but a big portion is taken care of with and we were connected with you through living rosa right. Yes yeah ladies. i know. They're so delightful and they're doing good work in. You're doing good work and so we hopped on the phone. We were like obviously we have to have jan on this podcast alley. And here you are with your behind your. your house. Looks very soothing. And calm i know when you have kids. This is my bedroom. Why oh yeah. Houston sleep here though. He's leonardo why it's nice. We have one of those for old. Is your son because that buddha looks like something that could just be leveled on someone like this is normally not ear ivory decorated from the office. He's four. He likes buddha. That we have a big buddha painting in our bedrooms. So he's about. The buddha is pre k. earnings. He's improving he's in preschool. He just turned force. He's in preschool. Let's get into the kids and how they were made in the reciprocal. Rv will talk about that. How did you all decide. That's what you're gonna do. It was not the plan originally. I mean what goes according to always change exactly so. My wife is three years older. So we like okay you go. I know she always had a desire to carry and still we started the process. And we were like okay. We'll both do why not at the same time so that we can each carry each have a biological child rate because that seems important before you had children so then. We started the process in my wife and started lowering her meds now. It's a bit of a disaster. I love you anna. If by the way we're constantly bashing our wives and then being like love you just get. Jk she owns it. She owns a. We're very big on mental health depression. She's got an executive. It's like a party. We just put our dog anxiety meds like it's just so it was just not going to be a good thing to not be on the good drugs so i said to her. Hey why don't why don't i go first. And she's like well. I don't want to give up being pregnant and having a biological trial since that was like a dream of hers. And i said okay well. Why don't i carry. You're a. i don't know. I didn't know anyone who did this but we found an instagram community. Other lesbians did reciprocal at so. We had kind of started learning about that option. You know it's funny. So many people think they invented it. Like we've heard so many people say that same thing there like i never heard of it. We had one lesbian couple who've literally said we thought we invented something very cool and funny and there's so many people who do it. Which is that's fascinating because it's just like it's one of the dreams it's like wouldn't it. Be great if you're hage but you don't think that somebody could have actually invented that it's a meeting that it's at works okay. Well it's also surrogacy yet. Basically they've been doing this a really long time with straight people but yet we're all like we did
Officials: 400 escape, 25 dead after Haiti prison breakout
"More than 400 prisoners are on the run in Haiti after escaping from jail in the outskirts of the capital, Port O Prince on Thursday. The breakout has left 25 people dead. Leonardo, Russia, reports the Haitian government said in a powerful gang leader on the El Joseph was probably one of the leaders off the prison, right leading to the escape. They said he had tried to escape from the high security compound twice before but had failed. This time. He succeeded on Lee to be shot hours later at a police roadblock in the north of the country. This is a particularly difficult time for Haiti, falling weeks of street protests led by the opposition and allegations of a coup attempt against President shoving Nawas.
Colombia Grants Legal Status to 1.7 Million Venezuelan Migrants
"Has granted legal status to almost one million undocumented. Venezuelan migrants a move. The head of the united nations refugee agency has described as historic at a joint news conference with the colombian president. The u n high commissioner for refugees. Filipo 'grande said the move was the most important humanitarian gesture in the region in nearly four decades protection. Temporal the temporary protected status will make a crucial difference in their undocumented lives it will also allow them to fully participate in colombian society. This decision now. Means those who fled an economic crisis in venezuela will be able to work and seek permanent residency rennie venezuelan migrant working as delivery driver in columbia is thankful for the change donald. What a lack of documents being here illegally. We're not taken into account when it comes to work things like that and coming here at least for me. I've come for work. And if i'm given opportunity it would be a great home. Columbia's president evonne duquet has also appealed for better international support with the situation and reversed a policy barring undocumented venezuelans from participating in his country's upcoming cove nineteen vaccination. Drive the bbc's will leonardo has more estimated to be one point seven million venezuelans in columbia free moments. Two million do not have legal status the economic and social collapse in venezuela pushing the migrants to cross the border show few signs of improvement speaking alongside the un's refugee chief. President yvonne duke. The new temporary status lasting ten years allow the government to identify those living in columbia. Now able to work and eventually seek permanent residency. The huge influx of migrants is strained public services. President duquet sparked controversy in december by government wouldn't include undocumented venezuelans in his corona virus vaccination program that led his venezuelan counterpart nicolas madura to describe him as a nazi. That's the bbc's will leonardo reporting there
Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu beach house was once decorated with 'Titanic' towels and a poster, celebrity designer says
"All right. Let's move onto leonardo dicaprio now. Is he the king of the world. But maybe not the king of decor yeah okay celebrity interior designer making weaver. Who once worked for. Leo told the behind the velvet rope. Podcast that she stayed at his beach house years ago. It was decorated with titanic theme. She said the roads towels posters all those some of them But somehow some way. This was still very tasteful Cheesy awesome we. What if i made that much money from a show. I made that much money from daily house. The data but i think sometimes you collect so much from a movie. My gathered all the and his mom or someone. You know what god of this in the garage. You don't just put in your extra. And maybe that's what they did. Yes tells with your face on it and all these things like to myself i would you know would use his trust me would not be like wanting to wipe my face staring at my face again and then looking in the mirror but like oh it's not your house guest gaffes as a reminder who built this is where are you saying you've forgotten this is what is that accent you brought that up. I don't know
A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction
"About cheddi portrait. This week smashed the auction record for the nasal artist. Portrait of a young man with a roundell hammered at eighty million dollars. Sotheby's in new york on ninety two point one million with fees. The previous record for was relatively low. Ten point four billion dollars set in two thousand. Thirteen by the so-called rockefeller madonna portrayed. A young man had lost come to auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and its attribution to put. A chill was doubted by everett. Fall by then. The director of new york's frick collection. Who declared to be by francesco. Totti cini a follow of botticelli for he apparently later changed his mind and now the work is widely agreed to be a botticelli but while that work the price it was expected to a small but luminous rembrandt painting abraham and the angels from sixteen forty six which had estimate of twenty to thirty million dollars was withdrawn at the last minute. As we recorded the podcast sotheby's not yet given an explanation for its withdrawal. I spoke to scott rayburn a contributor to the newspaper and the new york times immediately after the sale. About whether it's a risk to bring these works wash now amid the pandemic and what it tells us about the market for your masters in general scott before we talk about the particular. Lots came sotheby's today. I wanted to ask you about the old master market in general and obviously the fact that he are in the middle of a pandemic and we're in an economic crisis. Does it make sense to bring these kind of lots to watch it this time. Well this is how the b.'s. new york gets the big master cell. Everyone wants to consigned to this sale. This is the moment The markets dealers on people. I speak to in that world. Say new york is where everyone wants to sell their overly only one sale year evening sale and that was the time to sell uncles. The pandemic been going on for nearly a year now in terms of restrictions on auctions sotheby's created incredibly slick format for this hybrid livestream sale It seems to be working. Well the thing about losses of courses. This isn't contemporary art. It's an unfashionable collecting field and it was always going to be a real test for that collecting field in the current environment. That's the interesting thing is because of course the leonardo so and of course the leonardo salvator mundi was very very unusual. So we have to caveat everything with that sure but christie's when they sold that put that into the contemporary sale. Luckily and i wondered how you feel about whether old master lots might do better in more mixed fields versus the traditional roadmaster sale. And who dictates that but with the salvator mundi. My understanding was that it was just a brainwave by the genius auction air Loic gouzer Thinking well let's put it in a contemporary sale. It's such a strange object If it's an old master sale than people just pick it to bits and criticize it in a contemporary sale be would just be looking at the image. And of course christie's marketing machine went into absolute overdrive and they marked it absolutely brilliantly Using the typeface of the dan brown novel to promote it You know they pulled out every stop and it worked sensationally. Well whether you the extent to which you can do again is is really questionable. Because that is as you point out in uttar outlaw. They self-talk mundi in in every respect. But what was interesting about. The marketing of this sale at celebici's is once again. The sophistication of the marketing with every lot. The work was shown online hanging on a white wool in a contemporary style. Interior where you'd expect a damien hirst to hang on then there would be to further reassure the contemporary minded by will the asian bah. There was a very attractive. Cooley dressed asian girl standing next to the painting in a contemporary interior. I that all walking the hilarious thing about this marketing ploys that in both cases they weren't actually looking at the picture they were just standing there. It was clearly if he's of marketing to reassure contemporary art buys but it was very smart and slick and clever and they and they're pulling out the stuff that incredibly inventive about it
Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'
"Italian police say they recovered a painting believed to be a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator mundi police say the keeper of the painting a priest at the church in Naples was not the way it should be taken away all stolen they found the missing picture in an apartment and the owner who was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen goods told the police he bolted at the flea market Leonardo's original Salvator mundi was sold for more than four hundred fifty million dollars at a Christie's auction in twenty seventeen the company is believed to be from the early sixteenth century I made by Leonardo's peoples according to a note to the back of the painting I'm Charles de Ledesma
Netflix plans to release a new movie every week of 2021
"Netflix's releasing seventy new movies in twenty twenty one. That's at least one movie every week. And you've got huge names dwayne. The rock johnson. Gal gadot leonardo dicaprio ryan reynolds and the list goes on and on. So that's exciting news.
The History of Lorenzo de' Medici
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy v wilson and it's january first happy new year. Lorenzo de medici was born on the stay in fourteen forty nine. The medici family of florence was rich and powerful. They had come to florence sometime in the twelfth century although they had started out as just simple tuscan peasants but over a couple of hundred years they became incredibly wealthy and powerful by the middle of the fourteenth century. There were one of florence's leading families and they also had a reputation for being extremely adept at negotiating in the worlds of politics and money and this was through. Legitimate means as well as through things like bribery. Lorenzo domenici was described as the most medici of the medici. He was nicknamed lorenzo. The magnificent he's been described as the most powerful the most famous the most brilliant the most influential in the world of art thanks to his patronage and the most ruthless came to power in florence along with his brother in fourteen sixty nine after the death of their father and the two of them were ruling together and nine years later. There was a conspiracy to assassinate both of them and to take control of the republic of florence away from the medici. This was called the pazzi. Conspiracy the potsy and the medici were basically rival families within florence. One of the things that had led to this whole rivalry in the conspiracy was that the potsy family had taken over the financial affairs of the papacy and that was taking business away from the medici which the medici did not appreciate the ringleader in. This conspiracy was francesco. Potsy and he wasn't the patriarch of the pazzi family. But he was the one that was driving all of this. The fascination was finally set to take place during easter mass. in fourteen. seventy eight and lorenzo's brother giuliano was killed but lorenzo escaped afterward though. Lorenzo sought retro bution against olive his conspirators. There was a lot of hanging people throwing them out windows. A lot of dismemberments overall it was very gruesome and there were more than seventy executions of purported co-conspirators this whole incident though really shaped lorenzo's that his brother was dead so he was on his own in terms of his leadership at the republic and it had also gotten rid of a lot of actors and demonstrated the links that he would go to so after this whole conspiracy and the war that followed food. He had the support of a lot of the people of florence. He ruled almost as a monarch. Although lorenzo really liked to describe himself as just a highly respectable citizen anything special he and others in the family also acted as patrons to writers and artists and architects including people like botticelli and leonardo davinci among many others there was also of course michelangelo. Who was brought up partially in the medici household lorenzo domenici was also a collector of antiquities and of artwork. Basically what they were doing. They couldn't really afford to pay for the most extravagant biggest name artwork so they would find lesser known undiscovered talent of sort of cultivate them by their work for cheap. It's not however totally accurate to say that the medici family single paid for the renaissance. Sometimes they are described that way. Lorenzo was also a poet himself in addition to his patronage of other artists by the fourteen ninety s though lorenzo's health was declining the city of florence. Also becoming less and less enamored with the lifestyle that he had enabled and encouraged. This is a lifestyle that was just full of lavish festivals. in extravagance. He died at the age of only forty three. His son giovanni later became pope. Leo the tenth.
Abe apologizes, but isn't charged for cherry blossom scandal
"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has apologized to parliament over a political funding scandal that saw his secretary charged on Thursday. Mr Arbet has faced allegations that his office improperly topped up money for lavish dinners held for his supporters. Will Leonardo reports Sounding contrite. Japan's longest serving prime minister faced a barrage of sometimes angry questions from MPs. The scandal over dinners held before the government's annual cherry blossom viewing parties had marched. The final months of Shinzo Abe is time and power before he stepped down in September for what was said at the time to be health reasons. While she was secretary was charged with miss reporting political funds. Mr. Abbott acknowledged his previous statements to Parliament on the matter by one count, numbering more than 100 have been false. But he said he'd been unaware of what his office was doing, leading to incredulity from some MPs.
Oscar-nominated star of "Juno," "Inception" Elliot Page comes out as transgender
"Coming out is transgender is never easy. But when you're an oscar nominated movie star. It's perhaps even more. Complicated elliott page sharing news of his transition using it as a way to bring attention to the dangers common in the trans community a simple declaration from a major hollywood star capturing the world's attention elliott page sharing deeply personal news via instagram writing. High friends. I wanna share with you that i m trends my pronouns are he. They and my name is elliott. Page rose to fame after starring as a pregnant wise cracking teenager in the indie hit juno a role that earned them an oscar nod at age of twenty. I'm in love with you. Commuters friends his ground breaking news sparking joy among trans activists allies with many sharing their support. Online elliott announcement. I was late. I reposted it on my story. Tcb balon writer a father an advocate and a proud member of the trans community. Why aleisha the such bravery when it comes to being a trans person add being that he is someone who has such a huge platforms for him to come out and tell us millions of people that this is who he was and to be met with so much love in some ways care so many people have loved and accepted me. So he's there is a struggle when it comes to being transferred this also allow its pages. Journey began years ago as an outspoken. Lgbtq activists in two thousand fourteen. He came out as gay at the human rights campaign conference in las vegas. And i am here today. Because i am gay. Page starred alongside leonardo di caprio in hits like inception and as a mutant x men marrying professional dancer emma porter in two thousand eighteen partners supporting her spouse's transition in an instagram post following the actors announcement saying in part i am so proud of elliott page queer and nonbinary people are gift to this world. Elliott's existence is a gift in and of itself shine on sweet e. Love you so
Woman from Sugar Hill, near Atlanta, killed in car accident
"After after the the Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holiday holiday travel travel period period got got underway. underway. 19 19 year year old old woman woman from from Sugar Sugar Hill Hill was was killed killed in in a a traffic traffic accident accident on on McKay McKay ever ever rode rode in in Hall Hall County Sergeant Charles Parker with the Georgia State Patrol. Identifying the victim is Sofia Garcia Parker says that Garcia's car was hit head on by a Toyota Corolla that crossed the center line. No charges are pending against the driver of the Toyota 28 year old Leonardo Cruise, Vanegas. He and a passenger in his car were injured both her from flowery Branch. Now, at this point in the holiday weekend, seven people have died on Georgia roadways. The other fatalities have happened mostly in South Georgia. The travel period does continue through Sunday. We're on the
Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building
"Anti government protesters in Guatemala have set fire to parts of the Congress building before being dispersed by riot police. Elsewhere in the capital, Guatemala City, thousands of people took part in largely peaceful demonstrations against the new budget. Leonardo Russia, reports, some areas off the building were completely destroyed. An important documents were burned by the fire. Several people were treated for the effects of smoke inhalation. The violence marred an otherwise peaceful day of protests against the new, controversial budget, which was approved by the Guatemalan Congress on Wednesday. The opposition accuses President Alejandro Yama off allocating too much money for big infrastructure projects, which they say will be awarded well connected private companies.
Get Ready For Ariana Grande And Leonardo DiCaprio To Share The Same Screen
"As men if they played by the rules. Then 2016 happened in my podcast just something about her I'll talk with women, CEO's athletes politicians more. So together, we can create our own. Listen to just something about her iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. From, Hollywood with Ryan Seacrest, one of the most impressive in wide. Ranging, ensemble, cast of time joining together for a new comedy starring
A Conversation With Skai Jackson
"Mario Lopez. Zoom from the new season of dancing with the stars actress Sky Jackson. Welcome. To the show sky all you Larry Al. Hawaii I'm doing well, I'm doing what you know what it's funny. I'm laughing right now. 'cause you look. Just. Like a little young mini version of a friend of mine. In Surrey Hall who's pretty? WHO's she's beautiful but I'm thinking. A little very. Funny. deller that where are you zooming from right now? I am home right now I'm. And the. On my way to her show Nice and how have rehearsals been through so far? We're. been a lot I mean we rehearse about four or five hours per day every single day even on weekends. So it is a lot of my dance partner is really great. We have fun with each other I learned the dance pretty quick and it just a good time. Overall. Are you a fan of the show or did it take some convincing to do it? You know what I was abandoned show my family I would watch it and then I didn't watch it for a period of time and then the offer came about and it wasn't something that I was like, yes, I'm GonNa do it right away it was a long thought process behind it but I was like you know what on quarantine right now Hollywood's shutdown let me just have fun during this time. Yeah good attitude, good attitude, and are you glad once you jumped in is it more difficult than you thought or or use? It as difficult as I thought would be I have had friends who have done the shell before. So they kinda give me insight on the even before I knew I was doing like you're rehearsals a really hard. It's a lot of work, but you know what I like challenge. So I'm just ready to take on the challenge you feel because you're. Young and athletic and condense dance at the judges might have been a little tough on you and how'd you maybe to a different standard? You know what? I think the judges might be a little bit more tough on me, which is fine. I take whatever the judges have to say you know, of course into consideration apply that to the next week. So this any notes that they give me his very helpful for me so I don't really take it as like Dang why are they so hard on me? I wish I could be a little bit lighter I. Think it's just for the best interest good attitude to have right now this week is Disney. Night work can you see us about with your performance? You know what? I can't say what style dancers song were doing but just know is one of my favorite Disney movies I love her it's a Disney princess I'll give you a hint. Her name starts with t you probably guessed what kind of it's from but the dances killer, it's really fast. It's a lot of fine and I think people are GonNa love it think it'd make a great transition right there. CONGRATS. You gotTa Popular Youtube Channel. What kind of things do you like to do the? You know what I like to do different blogs just to show my fans like what I do on a daily basis because I feel like I can get lost during instagram I. Mean I mainly just post videos I do lives a lot too but not everyone can tune in for that. So make sure that I'm always wagging they're just doing stuff at. Sea Doing. So even like the dancing the SARS, I did a cute little wild yesterday and I'll upload that but I always liked saying connected with my fans any way possible good for you. They can support you. Through this journey and vote and what have you holiday now sky and eighteen okay you're adult. Now how'd that feel? You know what? It doesn't feel any different from when I was seventeen there's different. More responsibility. For you now, it was about about this time last year when you start. In the House X. Video for Panini, how'd you film that skydiving see? You know what it was really nerve wrecking because they really did have a really high up I didn't jump out of an actual plane of course but I, was like harnessed on these ropes and they just kept bouncing up and down up and down. So that was a little bit nerve wracking because I'm not the biggest fan of like really tall heights but video shoot was really cool NASA's dope. I had a really good time. It was my first music reveal that evidence Nice Nice. Cool I'm sure not the last I before I can. They might be the last journey. That's it. No more it's not like a one time thing you know. I'm like you know what? It's a one time thing. So I'm glad I did it the one time with him fair enough. All right. Before I, let you put on the spot with some quick questions, quick answers. A small. Favorite show you've binge during quarantine. Or on my block, it's on Netflix I barely watch TV but I watch that show on it's good her mom black. Okay. Song all lyrics to. Songs I know all the lyrics do honestly pretty much. Any NICKI Menaj John. I love her. It's a Lotta Eric's. Lyrics. Yeah. At one, the music comes on I concert you know wrapping a little bit but. Okay, she's cool. Celebrity crush growing up. ooh So liberty crush growing up maybe like Leonardo DiCaprio Titanic. Okay. came out a long time ago. So later. Yeah. Go too late night snack. Will. I like icees like sorbet that's my late night snack. I could eat the whole jar of that. It's really bad. Be Any animal would you pick? I will be a tiger, I. Love Tigers they're. I think they're. So fierce there so fast. So Tiger for sure have you had a conversation, Carol, Baskin About Tigers You know what I have not. I've only seen her twice in person she's actually credited nice. But Yeah I haven't yet maybe one day we'll get more conversation. Sounds good. Sounds good. We'll hey good luck and we'll hold to see in person one of these days watch dancing with the stars on Mondays on Fox skype. Thank you so much. Check in. Mario. Okay.
"leonardo" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"Around all around you to express your own brand of genius. So just to. Tell you again that the book how to think like Leonardo Da Vinci was written by a colleague of Mine Longtime Colleague I've known Michael Gelb for. Thirty thirty five years. We've waltzed around the country and multiple countries in the same circles working together for example, with Tony Buzen? WHO's the crater of mind mapping and in fact Gal was in England as a young upstart think early twenties or so think he was going to college is going to attending a course on the Alexander Technique which has to do with. Body Movement and Getting the most out of your physique and physiology. Anyway, he was in London for this. Many years ago now and he met up with Tony Beeson and In fact, they traded services so to speak so Tony Tony's taught Michael Mind Mapping and Michael. Talk. Tony Juggling. and. In fact, a little side story When Tony's book the Mind Mapping Book Reached Twenty Five Years those of US involved in the network and certain invited public were invited to Royal Albert. Hall. In London I was one of those my kids were all their husband was there and we. Made a Guinness Book of world, Records Record for the most people juggling at any one time and and same place. So we were doing this. At the Royal Albert Hall and I had been invited to juggle up on the stage, but I had to go down. To the floor because when I juggled I can't moving forward and they were afraid I would walk off the stage so. That was my little story about my being with Michael Gale Juggling Albert Hall in London Michael is also married now to the opera singer Deborah Domanski and He's also a practitioner of Kito and If you look Michael GELB DOT com, he has different interviews and programs and so on about. Creative thinking in general. But of course, Leonardo Da Vinci is his specialist. Subject. So Leonardo was born in fourteen, fifty two. So Couple of hundred? Years. Ago. and He of course is considered a polymath season artist although frankly you know what? He didn't actually paint that many pictures at least that if survived and and yet we know his work as some of the most famous art work in the world kind of interesting. From. A historical perspective he was pretty much known in his time. He has a he was patronized by a lot of the feudal lords and so on of the time and he moved around the Feudal Kingdoms in Italy at the time Florence. Milan Rome all these places as an inventor as someone who invented military weapons as an architect and urban designer. He designed canal systems he studied waves and wave action of water We know him for his drawing of Vitriol V and man, which is purports to show the perfect or divine proportions of human beings and how they interrelate to. Through things like the fifth series with a sacred geometry and so on we know he kept prolific notes in his notebooks with odd features like writing backwards. Some people say it was because he was dyslexic and we know that influence just learning styles and you're going to see here how some of his Principles of learning relate to the fact that he was dyslexic. But, whether that was the the sole reason he wrote that way isn't his books or there's also some speculation that actually. was trying to foil his competitors He didn't want them to be able to figure out things. He was still thinking through and working on and stealing his ideas and so he wrote in this dubious manner but it was a guy that is you'll see through the principles that we're GonNa talk about in a minute. Approached life quite differently than most of us he you know it..
ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes
"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,
Celebs join Instagram 'freeze' to protest Facebook inaction
"Several celebrities have been boycotting Instagram to protest what they say is the failure of parent company Facebook to tackle violent and hateful content an election misinformation I marquees are loaded with the latest Kim Kardashian west Katy Perry Leonardo DiCaprio and Kerry Washington are among the celebrities who have been freezing on Instagram for twenty four hours as a protest to back the hash tag stop hate for profit movement Kardashian west to so she cannot be silent when Instagram and Facebook allowed the spread of misinformation and only take steps after people are killed Facebook declined comments but pointed to its efforts to protect the November election and to limit groups that support violence
"leonardo" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"We've been rather short of good news recently on the weekend art but we begin this week with the story. That's prompted a lot of joy among art lovers the once in a Lifetime Exhibition of works by Raphael at the scooter. Rear Kitty Nali in Rome. Which only open for three days before being closed due to covid. Nineteen in March will reopen on the second of June and run for three months until the thirtieth of August. The show is the jewel in the crown of the celebrations across Europe and the US marking the five hundredth anniversary of Raphael's death age. Thirty seven famously. If perhaps inaccurately because of exhaustion caused by night of excessive sex with Margarita Lucci or laugharne arena one of his most famous portrayed. The Rome Exhibition begins with Rafael Death. Moves back in time includes works online for fifty two museums and galleries including the Louvre in Paris. The Prada Madrid a National Gallery in London National Gallery of art in Washington. Dc. And the feats he gallery in. Florence which is lent fifty works including paintings drawings and sculptures all. The museums have agreed to leave their works in Rome until the end of August. Cheering -Ly Mattioli from Coney Director of the scooter. Edict clearly said that there's a new sense of community in the museum world. Everyone is feeling the only way to get out of the crisis. Together is to al-roa in the same direction. I spoke to Hugo Chapman. The keeper of prints and drawings at the British Museum and Rafael specialist about the artist fame has somewhat unfairly been eclipsed by Leonardo and his great rival Michelangelo. He go in civilization. Kenneth Clarke says that Raphael was prima harmonize her and that made him less suitable for our current age than other renaissance painters artists. What do you make of that? Is he more suitable for our age? Now Clark have a point. I think Kenneth Clarke definitely had a point in that Rafah's extraordinary meteoric success Does not kind of accord with our sense of of how artistic careers should be the troubled Michelangelo Forever Brooding and falling out with people or the Raleigh consulate tree and mysterious genius of Leonardo. I think hold much more facination than Rafael. Who was born in court and from a very early age understood how courts and powerful men worked and SORTA work system extraordinarily successfully and then it goes died relatively young thirty seven So he didn't have the struggle that we like But having said that I still think the more one knows about Rafael one does realizes is incredible autistic mind the that underlies his amazing success. I think that's right and certainly. That's my impression from everything I read is that is that you know. He's he's one of the great polymath isn't here. I mean we think of Leonardo is a great polymath but reptile himself turned his mind. He's talents to so many different disciplines. He did although having said that. That was rene sauce where there was no training to be laissez an architect you just you just sort of to to stonemasons and and you learn how to do it I mean to some degree. He was less of a polymath in some of his contemporary. Sir I mean. Everybody was less of a polymath. Leonardo of course And he was extremely brilliant architect although very little of his architecture survives he was. He tried his hand. Poetry With I don't think great success because whether that was sort of because Lear Michelangelo was was very good poet But I think above all he was he was a great painter was certainly more than Michelangelo. Who who who did paint Barat kind of grudgingly. He was was always Michelangelos school tour. I think what well Rafael can do in paint. is still one of the most Thrilling things both in oil paint and also in FRESCA. He really is technically absolutely brilliant and concert. Turn his hand to everything and is much more sort of varied in his output. And are there are beautiful landscapes is great portraitist You know big sort of historical dramas and in a way that I think Leonardo and and and Mike Lynch Lendu really can't match. Let's talk a bit about about his origins. As you said he was born. Essentially at his father was a court painter. How much did he learned from his father? How and how quickly did he surpass him? Well of course. His father isn't around for for very long but I mean everything that we know about. Rafal is it. He's a frighteningly quick learner. He absorbed sings at an amazingly rapid rate And I'm sure you know. He took on his father's mantelet a very early age. He he kind of understood what his father's art was about and then very swiftly kind of surpass it and look for other models but I think that court training in beano which was a very sophisticated humanistic court the Rafah's Z's with mixing with a people socially much hira up up the pecking order and his ability to talk to to literary men. All of that came out of his training in being so I think it was a kind of ideal place for a future world beater to be born so he was very lucky in that respect. Obviously not so lucky that his father died and his father to be. Frank wasn't a great a great painter. He's more famous for his his poetic Kind of biographies of of artists of his time. But you know he was a perfectly. Decent Artists who Rafael would have learnt the basics of. But I didn't think Giovanni Santi even his greatest Mara would not put him amongst the Pantheon of great for Nissan's artists and that precociousness referrals was extraordinary because he was a master basically before he was in his twenties. Yes I mean he you know he's he was. I think he you know he's one of those artists who who kind of realized his amazing talented. He had this sort of searching intelligence and desire to move. I mean Beano is anybody who's been there is rather difficult place to get to even now It's not the center of anything and I think. Rafael quickly saw that If he was going to make his way He needed to leave. Be No and And then he spends time in an umbrella him improve GER which is a much bigger place on a place where he can learn more from from From from Pera Gino and others And then you know he then move onto Florence and then to Rome. He's you know he's somebody who's always interested in in looking around and saying what's the most interesting artistic trends and wanting to be there to learn from it. I mean if you Michelangelo and I can't help thinking Michelangelo. On his sort of Mount Olympus cloud wherever grey his go must be laughing himself fit to bus that poor raffles celebrations fifteen. Twenty eight of being completely over turned by Covid Because because Michelangelo Hated Rafeh with a kind of intensity that I think appropriate Jersey even in in the in the next world. Can you explain why because there's obviously complex but why did Michael android hate? Refer so much while it's I think it was based on Michelangelo. Feeding the Rafal had looked at his art and kind of stolen His style you know. He says one of his letters. Everything that Rafal highs he has for me I think is true But Michelangelo kind of addressed sees only his own art there. I mean what's as as you began said what Raff are supremely skilful at is taking taking aspects of of lots of different artists. Molding it into an individual. Very personal style. It's not all for Michelangelo for Michelangelo's particular perspective. That's the way he saw it And yes and Rafeh was tremendously successful. Rafael is ascendant in Rome. The young artists coming to Rome. And in the end. Lear the tenth combat. They're kind of in a war between the two of Florida up for these two artists. And he sends Michelangelo Back to Florence to work MEDICI projects and there is Rafael at a very young age. He is the top artists in Rome which means he's the top artists in Europe so it is an incredible success. You know we. We have very little in terms of documentation to show what. Rafael is doing behind the scenes but once suspects you that he was sort of talking to the right the right cardinal at the right time he was very good at playing politics in a way that. Michelangelo wasn't because for so he says that this is the thing about Rafa referrals. He just seems an almost like a perfect human. In sense of he's got he's got this extraordinary courtly manner you know he's he's an impeccable man. He's incredibly witty. This is good looking. He's he's witty. Yes I remember the other side. I think you can see him and I think one of one of the things that Thome Henry and Caroline Carol Platt Salsa did in the National Gallery show which was involved in was to kind of suggests that actually there's an athlete ruthless side of Rafah. He moves in and he then becomes whether it's in Arruda he sort of moves in as he does in Rome and and sort of becomes the top artists. And I kind of you know very sort of Cuckoo. Like way he's sort of comes in and you think. Oh there's poor Rafael. He's just a little sort of young provincial artists and by God. He's sued he. He's he's he's taken over all the plum commissions and he's forced you out so I mean there is. There is a ruthless as about Rafael. And I think he's the brilliant Rafal is that he sees that in order to succeed in that he has to have a really really productive and brilliant artistic studio behind him and this is the difference between him and Michelangelo. Michelangelo always surrounds himself until right to the end of his life where he changes his spots to a degree. But he's he really is so paranoid he surrounded himself by artistic nonentities because he's so why are they going to steal ideas from him? Rafael is so supremely confident of his own skills. That he hired. He's very very young. Very talented Giulio. Romano Penny Perino Varga Who are really really top rate artisan and have distinguished careers in their own right but as Rafael at the center of the artist's studio in Rome. Who is making them work And produce work in his style and he's amazingly productive whether it's cartoon designed whether it's architecture whether it's tapestries. He's he just sort of covers the whole lot and I think that sort of entrepreneurial spirit of Rafah the idea of sitting at the center of his judo being this sort of chief designer of a variety of different lines Is is very modern and I think Rafael would be. If he was alive today I would be sort of a film director at the same time is he's right here novel etc etc. He just. He was just extraordinarily creatively. Brilliant aunt and sort of understood how production worked Gonna. That's the thing is ultimately he's brilliant. He's what got him all those commissions because if I mean is is utterly extraordinary that he hasn't really done any significant public commission before he took on the standard which are one of the greatest works of all time so it seems to me that yes he could. He could have been as charming as they liked. But if he didn't back it up with this unbelievable brilliance. Then it wouldn't. It wouldn't have mattered. No I think that's very true. I mean I think the problem. Both of Leonardo and of of Michelangelo to an extent is is is the delivery breath. I mean they the ideas. They were as brilliant as as as anyone who's ever been in terms of ideas but often in the in the delivery because both in a sense quite solitary and light to kind of produce their own work Meant that their production was was quite limited That wasn't the case of Rafael. He he he learned to to get a very productive studio Producing work follow following his drawings and drawings was absolutely fundamental to Rafael. I mean and I mean for me. I mean the reason why I'm working in the British Museum. I mean sons bit kind of weird to say but it is because Rafah because when I was at university studying ruffle I find him. This is back to kind of spotty. Nineteen year old Hugo I found RAFFLE IS PAINTED. Really quite difficult to get my head. And I didn't find him very sympathetic. He seemed to perfect to idealized too so rarefied but but when Through the the the call set the then Westfield College and University College we were taken to look at joins. The Menashe met at the ash million Byron suddenly another aspect to Rafael. Came out this extraordinary mind. The way that he's pushing himself through drawing to analyze to understand how the work of Michelangelo and Leonardo much much more sophisticated than him when he comes to Florence. How he uses join to kind of what they're doing and then to kind of absorb it into his own style to me that was just a revelation is suddenly. I could see this amazing mind work. Which anybody looking at a drawing by RAFAEL CONC- Incredible creativity you he. He I mean what the difference is that Rafah then goes onto use those drawings to actually produce work software with my cleanser and Leonardo. They've produced wonderful joins but it doesn't actually materialized into a finish work whereas Rafael is absolutely bent on producing from this drawing. I will then go into painting. I'm going to produce. And that is why he so loved by patrons because on the whole if he said he was going to produce on the view heap actually did produce it So that's that's quite a killer Combo. That's one of the wonderful things isn't it?.
"leonardo" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Bedtime history Close Your eyes and think of your day think of some of the objects you saw family friends trees maybe the ball most of these objects are things you are used to but when you were a baby they were very interesting you are curious about everything because it was all new and fresh as we get older many of these things become familiar perhaps not as interesting tonight we're going to learn about Leonardo Da Vinci who is one of the most curious and creative geniuses and recorded history as we learn about him think about how he saw the world differently and how you I see the world differently to Leonardo was born on April fifteenth fourteen fifty two in the country of Italy in a town called Vinci Leonardo Da Vinci Means Leonardo of Vinci the town where he was born he was born during a time that later became known as the renaissance Ons which means rebirth because the way people saw the world was changing dramatically during this time the Medieval Times were over and people are beginning to see themselves as beings who had control over their life in the world and could think differently than those who came before them Leonardo grew up but this father and spent much of his time exploring the land around their home he loved to observe the birds and animals and get lost in the beautiful countryside around the age of fifteen has father noticed he had an interest in a gift for art for this reason his father had him become an apprentice to Andrea Dale Verragio in Florence Italy an apprentice is a student to a master artist at this time Florence was known for its gifted artists and sculptors virtues workshop Leonardo learned from his master how to paint and sculpt sculptors use materials like clay or marble to make grand sculptures Leonardo studied and helped with paintings and sculptures and virtues workshop until he was twenty years old the next step in an artist's life was to join a guild and Leonardo did just that when accepted into the painter's guild in Florence a guild was a group of skilled artists who worked in Matt together at this time He created many an Pencil drawings and technical drawings of weapons and other mechanical devices he was very interested in how things worked and created new aces he loved inventing things and fourteen eighty two when he was about thirty years old. Leonardo moved to the city of Milan where he worked for the cities Luke Ludovico Sforza there. He created paintings and worked on inventions for the duke the ability to create an improved technical devices it's called engineering and Leonardo was a very gifted engineer he worked for Dukes for for many years there he painted two of his best known works the Virgin of the rocks and the Last Supper depicting Jesus and his twelve apostles he also helped design buildings and gave the Duke engineering advice for his army one of Leonardo's other biggest projects was a huge twenty four foot bronze horse for Duke spores that he spent twelve years designing it out of clay which would be a mold to be turned into bronze unfortunately before they could pour the metal into the mold to finish the horse sculpture the project was stopped because war started and the metal had abused for cannons instead of the Horse in day someone decided to get together the money to finally build the Horse Leonardo had always wanted if you ever visit Milan Italy you can see it today after the war dukes four zero was is no longer duke so Leonardo stopped working for him the Leonardo continued working in his workshop in Milan and soon had his own students and apprentices hundreds of French army invaded and took over Milan so Leonardo left and went to Florence where he had been an apprentice as a young man in Florence he painted his famous painting the Mona Lisa.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Of leonardo only on his father's side those living relatives include oscar-nominated occur nominated italian director franco zeffirelli was really <hes> perhaps most famous for his nineteen sixty eight film romeo and juliet. I've looked into it so i'm soom. Maybe i'm another senate. My twenty three meter dolts do include point six percent of me being broadly european so maybe i like to think that i did inherit his little talent for being able to have cartoonish accents. It's to me <hes> leonardo and she to make a lot of things alex. Take a the lion melissa. I'm making so many the skills. I make spaghetti pizza pie with opinions from the browser. Let's go go now to the top five or takeaways. Let me time away way number. One despite all of the many many talented davinci his paintings are what he's best remembered for debate still john five hundred years after davinci's death over which the arriving pains are actually davinci's works too many collaborations even the salvator mundi not considered a true da vinci by some respected experts on renaissance art still sold for almost half a billion dollars might be davinci's work number too. Many davinci sketches and inventions were designed for military use even though few made it to the battlefield from our tanks. Thanks giant crossbows multi-candidate type devices. Leonardo wisconsin created new ways.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"More than two hundred joins published only in sixteen eighty one hundred sixty one years after his death under the title treats on painting its purpose purpose was to teach students how to draw more realistic human animal figures by understanding the you know the organs muscles bones and everything tendons that lie beneath our skin leonardo drew many studies as of the human skeleton and it's part as well as muscles and sinews the heart and vascular system the sex organs other internal organs he even made one of the first scientific drawings of a fetus fetus in utero as an artist are closely observed or recorded the effects of age and of human emotion on the physiology studying in particular the effects of rage <hes> he also drew many figures who had significant facial deformities or signs of illness he also drew a studied and drew many other animals as well dissecting cows birds monkeys monkeys bears and frogs comparing in his drawings their anatomical structure with that of humans also made a number of studies of horses. <hes> this book now exist at the elmer belt library u._c._l._a. In los angeles elmer belt pioneer and sex reassignment surgery and collector of everything da vinci he could get his hands on afford a leonardo da vinci paint saint john the baptist fifteen fifteen when he's sixty three an oil painting a walnut wood or on walnut would believe to be davinci's last painting and saw sixty nine fifty seven centimeters little guy guy lewis guy now exhibited at the louvre in paris peace to pick saint john the baptist nice latian saint john pelts long curly hair smiling in in in in in ign- matic in jesus christ indyk matic manner reminiscing of leonardo's famous leader. <hes> also looks like kenny g. like a. lot at saint. John looks a lot like energy painting. <hes> have fun trying to not think about that. If you ever look at it <hes> from september fifteen thirteen to fifteen sixty leonardo spent much of of his time living in the belvedere in the vatican in rome where raphael and michelangelo or both active pretty sweet just three teenage mutant ninja turtles children the vatican. Nobody whoop three the greatest artist of all time she didn't shit that's all also fifteen fifteen francis. The first takes thrown in france <hes> and on december nineteenth fifteen fifteen leonardo meets with francis the first pope leo the tenth so you know it's kinda famous ship kind of a big deal beaten up with the king you know france and the pope having some wine and some cheese take any liens out measure them making the guy with the smallest one running naked lap around the palace being bruce following year francis the first commissions d._n._c. to build a robot not kidding he wanted a robot lion or at least mechanical ones so we asked the greatest wizard live to make it for him and then leonardo did indeed build a mechanical lion for the coronation of the king of france he built his mechanical chemical line with the ability to walk and upon reaching his destination open a compartment in is fully automated chest revealing a florida a stylized lily league honor of the french monarchy unsurprisingly <hes> the line was lost destroyed some point history god bummer in two thousand nine another mechanical tinker run out the door but at o. drew inspiration from davinci's line made his own version based on davinci's plans which walked swayed his tail moves jaws. I had a secret compartment that opened the <hes> to really florida. I mean swedish. No wonder some people think this guy was new money. He made a walking robot line and fifteen fifteen..
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The french national debt and it was speculated to be valued at two and a half billion dollars wow and by the way no one really knows who mona lisa was us. She's thought to be young. Florentine woman mono- or mona lisa who in fourteen ninety five married francesco della condo a wealthy silk merchant and thus came to would be known as la deconda okay. I got it that time on july nine fifty four at the age of seventy seven sapiro leonardo's father dies sapiro dive will work in his notary influence no big barrel funeral for him that we know of no records that have been found so leonardo may not have attended because he not it was not not directly a part of the family. He gained nothing in an inheritance. Did davinci have some kind of falling houses. Dad was yet his signs. Dad passed just wasn't recorded. We don't know again. Davinci wrote next to nothing about his private life and the bar ballpark of fifty five leonardo makes an attempt to build another flying machine by about fifty five fifty three year old leonardo have been and thinking about how to fly for roughly twenty years something he built a complex ornithology her a machine with flapping wings too closely mimic the anatomy birds fifty five. No one really knows if leonardo actually actually built a model of untested is off to or not but it's fun to imagine him giving it a go years later in fifteen fifty one of his associates care donnas did write that a traitor that is teacher heater tried in vain to get an ornithologist off the ground so i guess there's a possibility the renaissance man you know took his machine out for a few disastrous spins and may may a fifty six leonardo is summoned by to milan by charles de umbrellas the french governor and in fifteen o seven leonardo's appointed french king louis the twelfth painter and engineer in fifteen fifteen. Oh wait leonardo da vinci painting the virgin and child with saint.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The air and motion over the c fill the swilling sales and drive heavily laden ships from these instances and the reasons given a man with wings large enough and duly connected might learn to overcome the resistance of the air and by concrete succeeded in subjugating it and rising above jesus really was such a genius with at work no not that design but it wasn't his final attempt at a flight machine sometime from fourteen to eight fourteen ninety leonardo's the sketches the design for a double decker bridge surprisingly modern it recalls the function of bridges in some modern metropolises where the two way flow of traffic arranged on different levels leonardo's doesn't mention what this was actually four but it is clear that it is a way of organizing to circulation system in such a way that doesn't create traffic jams or obstructions <hes> while da vinci was inventing cars planes tanks bridges and fucking cities he was also still into painting leonardo would paint is famous lady with an remain remain from four hundred eighty nine to fourteen ninety and by the way is a cute little short tailed white weasel their tiny less than a pound. One leonardo's notebooks was a competitive animals where where he made notes about different species and of the earning he wrote the out of moderation never eats but once a day and it would rather let itself be captured by hunters then take refuge in a dirty layer in order not to stain its purity and it is thought he included an image of this creature with the subject of the portrait identified cecilia got out get around to symbolize symbolize her purity which is funny because this portrait is probably painted a time when she was demilitarized mistress of the duke of milan leonardo was being paid to serve so the purity not of mistress slightly ironic <hes> the painting is one of only four female portraits painted by leonardo the others being mona lisa the portrait of gin gin goddamn. I'm that falcons. Ginny is one of the only word that comes up all the time this sucks. I didn't look at the pronunciation for guinevere. Whatever debenture and a long word it is displayed by the <hes> oh jesus christ displayed by the star tortoise ski museum in krakow poland and it is cited the museum guide is the first truly modern portrait. It's been in poland since seventeen ninety eight and if you're surprised polling our don't be remember polish people people can't read so they love pictures why said cited and the museum guide as the first truly modern portrait of a moment ago. I didn't mean it was written. I meant to polish museum guide points inside it and yells. That's part of lady de vinci. Did it longtime ago. He does it every thirty seconds every two hours. He's given a sausage as a reward aleppo's. If you polish hackers as i make fun of you for your limitations when i can barely say so many words fourteen eighty nine.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"By fourteen seventy two dated twenty leonardo qualified as a master in the guild of saint luke. A highly respected expected guild of artists can a union almost <hes> or university and doctors of medicine even after his father said him up in his own workshop though his attachment to vote okeyo with such that he continued to collaborate with him <hes> leonardo's earliest known solo dated work drawing in a impending of the arno valley drawn on august fifth fourteen eighteen seventy three oh and before i forget <hes> sodomy was not part of any italian renaissance apprenticeship program <hes> at least not that i'm aware of i made it up at least a few new listeners would just be thinking for the next few minutes about like what the fuck like the guy who painted the mona. Lisa had to go through that to learn how to do that. I was just a joke in <hes>. I can't beat. Hey i'm making jokes are sorry not sorry not sorry we notably in order to become a member of the florence painters get yeah forty seventy two because his name appears in florence companies redbook of creditors and debtors leonardo they say repeal davinci painter thank you record could keepers the painting annunciation or the annunciation by leonardo da vinci was painted with david okeyo around fourteen seventy two one of his earliest known works one of my favourite's stunning color saturation richness and detail and again <hes> yeah just <hes> i did not know about a lot of these renaissance paintings that they were done with a variety of people people variance to me <hes> in eighteen sixty nine some critics recognize the enunciation as the youthful work by leonardo because of okeyo. Oh kyo use lead-based paint heavy brushstrokes and art historians figured out that he left a note for leonardo to finish the background and the angel leonardo use light brush strokes and no lead when the annunciation ta tion was x-rayed but okay does work evident while leonardo's angel would become invisible pretty cool how they're able to kind of figure out who did what on some of these paintings fourteen seventy-three leonardo draws a landscape on the feast of santa maria della navy <hes> that pick where the thought he saw an elephant hidden in the background this earliest known so low drawing that we have record of around fourteen seventy five. It's believed to begin painting the portrait of janetta guinevere at fuck. Something ours and weird place is being currently on his plane washing d._c. At the national gallery of art why why haven't gone there. I didn't realize it <hes> so much. Cooler was in dc fourteen seventy five leonardo may have collaborate on the piazza madonna madonna for the hysteria cathedral roco <hes> that guy that fake needed fake dues had to be paid for <hes> lorenzo declivity who's adela a painting or sculpture on the front of a raised shelf above an altar which typically forms the basis for an altarpiece now in the louvre around fourteen seventy five in order also designs tapestry for for the king of portugal which has sadly been lost over time if you do find it art historians likely to send it to suck tension p._o. Box three nine one eight hundred six. We.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"A florence today in places like <hes> florence's oldest active hospital the hospital of santa maria nueva during a visit hometown in july fourteen fifty one scipio sad. I met a young woman katharina and she became pregnant so i guess he did more more than just meet her in case. You don't how babies are made. I put his penis inside of her vagina where it would remain at least for a moment post ejaculation and did this least once then then as would be customary. His family seems to have given her a dowry so that she would have enough value to be married off to another man was crazy saudi again about your time in another sheet. No longer has purity to offer the youngest. Maybe there's a goldstar will find a fellow into the middle to bed data. Allow me to introduce them. Another luigi he particular from about how weird sad is that there's a lot of truth when i joked about like that really that was how people thought of women like a store they woman's value is located primarily just between her legs like she was a car. Won't you be thrown off the lot value depreciated immensely very primitive live <hes> reduction area way to look at somebody. Professor kemp figured all this out manitou property tax records also founded that scipio conducted a minor legal transaction action for caterina's husband another connection linking the artis parents leonardo has no surname in the modern sense. Davinci doesn't come from his dad or you know it has to do with him. Being a bastard just means of vinci as he was born in the village of vinci his full birthday was leonardo. They see a piero da vinci meaning leonardo son of scipio from vinci. He spent his first five years. Mainly in the hamlet of on channel with his mother then lived primarily in the household of his father grandparents grandparents uncle francesco in the small town of vinci on john was essentially it's a neighborhood inside the communist vinci economy and being an administrative division of italy and the commun- boundary so you know sometimes a little different than the city actually ends visually they give it like a tiny american county <hes> not clear exactly why leonardo went to live with his father when he's about about five but since we know that the man was genus most likely showed a glimmer of his future intellectual and artistic abilities when he was a small boy and his father having a lot more means that his mother would be able to provide him with an education that she could not we do know that he didn't go live with his dad because mom died because record show that thirty five years after her son was born katharina went to live with leonardo briefly records showing that he paid for her funeral if katharina and did give him to his birth father to be given opportunity she could not give him a all admit that i'm speculating regarding this but if true wow what incredible sacrifice i'm continually amazed by stories like that from history repair chooses to let someone else raise their kids to give them a better chance of having a comfortable life so incredibly selfless such enormous sacrifice. I can't imagine that was cairo losing them losing time with them. Due to divorce was hard enough incredibly hard very painful can imagine essentially saying goodbye to them hoping or at least you know for for most of their life so that they could have a life that i knew i couldn't give them who oh yeah. He acts feel some emotions talking about that. <hes> so fourteen fifty seven leonardo da vinci five years old goes those live with his dad and his father's wife albena pierrot had married a sixteen.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"<hes> reopen to the public after a careful restoration project a lokossa nato deal leonardo davinci was the illegitimate son of macedo piero for the antonio da vinci a florentine notary and lawyer member of the family of minor nobles and catalina a peasant who may have been a slave from china or the middle east humble beginnings. It was a bastard literally the illegitimate child of perhaps slave loving him even more right now and actually being born illegitimately pave the way for or leonardo to become an artist had he been born legitimately he would have been expected to take part in the family business of being a notary or lawyer notaries by the way played an important role drawn up commercial contracts land sales wills other legal documents in latin for the merchants of florence is flourishing trade and banking industries since he wasn't legitimate the culture they dictated that he was forbidden to join the family business which opened the path to art for him. Also leonardo also had been born ambassador in italy in the mid fifteenth century because unlike like other times in european history other places in europe. It wasn't a social hindrance. Nineteenth century cultural historian jacob burckhardt went so far as to label the italian renaissance a golden age for bastards pious to who's the pope was born wrote about visiting ferrara italy where his welcoming party included seven princes from the ruling family among them the reigning duke all born out of wedlock right so now back leonardo's mother mother. Bring my my pizza pie a mother. Maybe some a meatballs on a stick. A mother katharina was accommodating for slaves at that point <hes> some analysis led <unk> some to believe <hes> supposedly fingerprint had features common to people of middle eastern origin. Most scholars seem to think she was not a slave. Just a very poor peasant kemp that <hes> emeritus professor of art history oxford university said that his research into the archives of vinci and florence suggests that katerina and her brother popho orphans lived in a derelict derelict farmhouse with her grandmother. Just outside of inch e meanwhile ceo piano davinci was on his way to becoming a successful lawyer florence and was engaged to be married. Piero's families menace father side of an active in florentine politics for three centuries and they own farmland numerous businesses in the area. So you know there were family of means on mother's side his family owned owned ceramic kilns and the nearby town of buckle..
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"F. o. R. are h. i. M. s. dot com slash time suck e._d. Forums dot com slash time suck e._d. Lincoln is episode description. All sponsor links there leonardo motherfucking davinci timeline rights now on those books soldier where martin down a time james stockton timelines leonardo da vinci was born on april fifteenth fourteen fifty two at the third hour of the night around ten pm in the tuscan hills town of vinci in the lower valley of the river in the territory of florence. His birth was recorded by his paternal attornal grandfather in a journal vince he just outside of florence. Only thirty five kilometers just over twenty miles west of the city of the renaissance. The main attraction of this little fourteen thousand thousand six hundred and fifty person town ish area outer suburb of florence is the leonardo da vinci museum or to say it in italian audion maceo lena dino comfort pains in sticking on the beach by some audio my best not keep slipping into a bad cartoonish italian. A stereotypical accent based only on the mario brothers but it's gonna be hard not to keep doing it. I losing gentleman spaghetti. I was much kickapoo. La la vinci is a sister city of allentown pennsylvania for you time suckers living there just a few kilometers outside the current town is the home where de events you was born. His birth home still stands which is pretty awesome. You can get to walk trail through an olive tree grove to get there. How very italian the home was recently. <hes> reopen to the public after a careful restoration project a lokossa nato deal leonardo davinci was the illegitimate son of macedo piero.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The author of an upcoming four volume study leonardo da vinci rediscovered. Here's some leonardo disciples on the fringe at least once a week. She says <hes> a a recent example is to men said that leonardo's earliest dated drawing the arno valley from fourteen seventy three they saw elephants camels and birds. What essentially is a landscape. I commend them for their love w. nardo but said there are no elephants or other animals in the drawing. I started this image for a few minutes and i didn't see anything that remotely resembled any animal especially like an elephant for a few humanists. I was pretty sure i saw some sweet boobs. Oh hell is to finish those taught us for sure projected those girls into the image things that people do they see what they want to see. One of the more widespread leonardo theories involves the figure of the apostle. John was his vaguely feminine features in the last supper the idea here which parallels the findings of brown's <hes> robert langdon the fictional professor of somebody symbolic at harvard fictional is leonardo was depicting john but mary magdalene and the church authorities through the centuries waged a campaign to cover up this intimate relationship between jesus and mary zero reputable scholarship supports this interpretation of the last supper. You're we're gonna have some fun with this particular belief in a few minutes to really dig into this one <hes> the mona lisa has been the subject of a lot of non experts speculation hidden images in the painting have been found quote unquote by many ron piccirillo and artists in rochester new york claimed on his website that we looked at the painting upside down and followed the highlights of for portrait he was able to spot turned out to be a lion's head in a head in buffalo head. He added that quote for me. It helps to only use one. I and hand the viewer should be extremely close to the left edge of the painting good job ron. What do you get to the bottom of some shit. Nobody's time doing that very helpful very interesting. The vinci may have made it very very difficult to maybe kind of random spot a few dumb animals hidden into a painting what silvano people all dedicated so much of their lives so von of incentives and art history sleuth to run something in italy called the national committee for the promotion of historical and cultural heritage claims that he can discern minute letters painted. Mona lisa's is in the right eye for instance. He detects letters l. m._v._p. Louvre says that this is a very famous museum in paris. So that is examined the painting was every possible laboratory tests and has found no letters <hes> yes all the experts louvre must be hiding something fucking knights templar the puppets tons of conspiracies revolve around the mona lisa. There are hidden messages in symbolism to speculation and mona lisa's himself for an assistant dresses woman as i said earlier animal's numbers snead himself to painting. Maybe dressed as a woman. I hear that and i think who gives a fuck was davinci connected with the major ancient mysteries was a member of some clandestine secret society and those rules wackadoo tools or take your.
"leonardo" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Of two thousand fifteen. The highs is known sale price for for any artwork. You know not necessarily an auction was three hundred million dollars for william de kooning's interchange modern art sold privately in september two thousand some fifteen by the david geffen foundation to hedge fund manager kennedy griffin distract landscape and if i didn't care when i say this if i didn't know its value and sought at a local art gallery i literally wouldn't put it in my house if they gave it to me for fucking free artists so subjective like i looked at my that to me is a a piece of shit. One man's throw that piece of shit in the trash and burnt is another man's three hundred million dollars painting. Gotta love art in addition to be known for his art. Davinci also known for conspiracies who buddy yeah weird after half millennium scholarship on leonardo is immense and continuing leonardo's life and work of long been the stuff is speculation wild theories untrammelled fantasy says martin kemp professor emeritus of art history at oxford in one of the world's foremost ardo scholars bombarded with things about leonardo on a regular basis that ranged from laughable too insane the bombardier's include neuroscientists dennis dennis opthamologist psychologist pathologist geo morphology or the data's artists photographers even art historians campus devised a taxonomy of disinformed or eccentric ideas about leonardo says it <hes> there are mystic theorists who believe that secret messages about the nature of the cosmos or concealed leonardo's work heresy see syrus who believed that leonardo was involved in some sort of religious cabal gio theorists who followed of themselves trying to identify the background landscape in the mona lisa and other paintings attribution theorists who wanna put leonardo's name on worked at his his drag theorists who believe that the mona lisa depicts either leonardo or one people's dresses woman sci-fi theorists pretty much exactly what you imagine the believe some kind of a billion space lizard some nudity luminosity member come down breath kemp calls dan brown <hes> author of the da vinci code the godfather of many of these theories <hes>. It's funny how one fitch author writing one fictional novel focusing ah vinci has played a part in you know mysteries that unraveling to other fictional mysteries written about other fictional written in other fictional dan brown novels millions forget forget about the fiction part of the job description and think they should have like like dan brownie. He has written a lot of books about a lot of weird things and he uses real names but it's fiction. Kemp says that brown is responsible. Oh for the idea that there are hidden codes messages mystic geometry's disguise words esoteric numbers in a variety of renaissance paintings. I wonder if the end brown was only fifty. Five right right now just laughs his ass off when taking a second to really reflect on how many wacko doodles he is fucking riled up people now out on the web passing along long his ideas that he pulled out of his ass as actual could not be more true wake-up <unk> conspiracies where does that. He made all of it up to write a novel now years later like i don't even know maybe millions of people like yeah. I mean you know that he was part of the priory of si- on knows nonsense oh man i wonder how many conspiracy nuts even understand what the word facial mates carmen see baumbach <hes> curator of the in the department of drawings and prints at the metropolitan museum of art..
"leonardo" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Leonardo's now have super speed at at best leonardo pushes this battle right right there on that regard but a supernatural endurance as well as feats <hes> that she is accomplished in combat. This just adds up to buffy winning this fight and that is my point number three three gina. You're you're you're. You're shaking your head in agreement. Sometimes mush the most of the time you're shaking and disagreement what what's going on through your well. I think here's the thing i know buffy very well every watched it many times so i think ray got a couple of the of the finer details wrong but his his overall general point was was right like she didn't she still she did get stabbed. She was not healed but she she she did prevail. Even though she had the sabaoon she sought a broken arm but she does heal faster than average people so so his overall general point was much faster than average people. There's one point of the show. She wonders what it's like for humans to have to actually go through a healing process yeah. She's injured but she doesn't stay. She's not let me put it this wolverine but she does heal much faster than average people so his general point was correct. How durable is she. She's i don't let me rephrase the question like if she had to because i saw one episode she was fighting is is it faith faith and she she stabbed faith with their own dagger and then day and then faith gave her the biggest backhand and knocked turn down off a platform and that took her out of the fight email faith was sad and i think she needed like face blood to kind of heal herself or something or something along those chocolate yeah yeah and then face that you're not gonna have it and she's then jumped off and landed in a truck that drove off as she was so. I was like okay wait. She's durable. She'd always up with faith back and the faith backhanded her faith character much stronger than leader. Leonardo isn't gonna backhander and send her off a building one of the here's the thing so it's not an issue remember who would win matches in a death match. It could be someone you could like. We've used battlefield removal. We've gone with like 'have you've been snared. You can get trapped. There's different ways as to incapacitate somewhere. We can safely walk away when it comes to this battle. I don't see leonardo having i'm just gonna put out there. I don't even have an ability to necessarily win. Kill her. I don't impressive but that doesn't mean he can't defeat her and this is where i'm gonna go there by the way we brought up the actually i i just got the dracula's not the most powerful vampire ever depicted we did scooby doo versus <hes> michael myers a classic episode where i brought up how.
"leonardo" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"I check this out. I know a samurai sword can swing speed of one hundred miles per hour by a well trained human. The ninja ninja sword that leonardo has actually lighter than a samurai sword okay so don't ask me it it the exactly but is shorter and it can be sweating slider so oh if that can be powered by regular human who's well trained. Leonardo probably swain at least twice as fast. So how hard would it be for him to hit. Buffy swing between the thing the sorts twice speed of <hes> well trained human while also possessing way more power as well so even with buffy enhanced durability. She's gonna please please be cut and damaged by leonardo and probably outfought because of his speed. That's my point number two and i mean partially well argued on your part. I like the fact that you actually a for the first time in a long time actually brought some real feats an actual examples of your work instead of just making things up having a pure conjecture so i'd like to say you're growing and james. I really appreciate it. Just kiss already talking. No one wants to see that let's talk about. Let's talk about your calf. It's not a visual medium eighty among describes the kiss you described as being having a speed on a different level than buffy and to that i agree. It's a much lower level of speed compared to buffy. It is a a different level. Buffy is described through all of the guides and all of the media that i've been using as having superhuman speed as having definitely above peak human human definitely to a level of superhuman speed and i've got some examples of point number three to back that up leonardo and the other ninja turtles are described having elite olympic level speed strength endurance agility etc so if you have one character who has olympic level a human size level of powers and you have somebody who who has a super level of powers. We've encouraged this in a battle before we've incurred this. You have to give it to the person who has the superpower so the fact that you think that leonardo is faster than buffy when i've got some examples right here that your examples are adorable and don't get me wrong but buffy does that before breakfast generally early on most days. I've got to ask you so where where did you because there's different listings of strength levels levels and all that which which version of teenage turtles are you referring to when you say olympic level because the w versions that are clearly superhuman well since you're using all the different level. I am not the name using your example. I'm using the i._d. W current innovation and i can look up example from that but i would just say much like the way facts working james when a hip you to something right now. When someone tells you a fact sir you often remember the fact but not the source and this is how the fake news purveyors of the world thrive through the human brain is the fact that people remember. Oh i do remember x y i in z. I don't remember where i heard it from whether or not they are reputable what i would say is i looked on some guides that chronicle characters that i looked powers abilities and what have you through the magic logic the internet and the big guy that i had that laid out all of the different like how they would rate the different abilities referred to the ninja turtles having olympic caliber feats but i would say right now that's great. We can even talk about if you think that that's where leonardo is. I'll have examples important number. Three of how buffy is so much more than that all right so we'll agree to disagree which means i'm correct gino..
"leonardo" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"He doesn't need to whip him around twice. Gill they're very light especially for him because he i also has super strength and super speed super agility so when it comes to counter hate to say it i really hate to say it but in terms of pure fighting skill the edge slightly goes to leonardo ardo. That's my point number one well. If you hate to say it so much. Don't say it especially when it's not true just like it is not a couple of things to say about here. You know i love. The james starts out and he says well. I'm a man of principle of honor. I'm only going to use the i._d. W version of leonardo and then immediately he's talking about an animated movie crossover with batman. It did not take place in the i._t. Double uterus incorrect did i know there is a batman crossover event latino as an animated movie that was actually based off the comic book series. I i just <hes> let me check if batman i w character no he's not. He's a dc character. So what are we even talking about this this is this is the nonsense inside his race so there's actually comic books with end leonardo fighting. Let's talk about since we're apparently as i as i knew you would apparently talking about all the different versions of leonardo. Let's talk about all the different versions of leonardo. Did you know that in other fights with leonardo he lost a one on one battle with rafael who is using size size size versus swords and he defeated leonardo any roughed him up real good and threw him out a window. Okay when dealing with the foot clan he is often defeated by small numbers of the foot clan three three four of these special throwaway ninja we talked about i._d. W towards talking about leonardo the image version of leonardo since you're talking about batman the europeans are reasonably in ardo got his hand cut off. He's so proficient in battle. He fought guy who cut off his hand but in the michael bay version they gave him and hideous muscles they did and they all of the media's facial expressions that were really like awkward kidnapped and defeated by a handful of foot clan members taken back to their base where he was brainwashed into becoming the defacto leader of the foot clan and turned evil because you talk about how spiritual he is apparently he's not spiritual enough because because through a little bit of light brainwashing they're able to turn him evil so as far as i'm so happy to goes. This is the w version the version you claim to be arguing. This guy is is not mentally strong. You cannot argue awfully buffy is not mentally strong. Okay buffy as mentally strong. I'm so glad that she never turned to the dark side or over got influenced by dark uh-huh that's right. She did big difference between getting hit by a demon or an elder vampire and a couple of ninjas with a boom box and an eyedropper. That's all i'm trying to say threader threader all right gene-o. Would you like to hear point number two or would you like the verbal diarrhea of radio literally screwing everywhere. What would you what would you. I would like point number two there you go. I have more diarrhea okay. I'll do point number two point number two. We're going to talk about the enhanced senses of buffy and this is where she is going to be you a cut above leonardo for a variety of reasons first off. She hasn't innate danger sense if something's about to attack her. She knows if something's about to pop out at her. She knows there's a moment where she's walking down the street by herself late at night on the t._v. Show and after walking shoes like looking like something's something's up. She just stops obstinate tracks and she says okay guys..
"leonardo" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"What what are some other you mentioned leonardo inventing helicopter right the is a is a common misunderstanding of exaggeration of of davinci what are some other common misconceptions or old wife steals sets even the right label for related to leonardo's inventions life art or anything else are there any that really well you never really was able to conquer doing a flying machine uh he tried very hard he also tried to make a perpetual motion machines in a word the water would flow down and turn a screw and the school would bring the water backup because he wanted to see if he could do perpetual motion and he even tried to mathematical things that he tried to do such as the ancient problem called squaring the circle which means making a circle the exact same area as a square but using only a tractor or the ruler to do so the thing about all of these things he tried to do is there impossible you know you can't square the circle as we've discovered you know pie is an irrational number it can't be done likewise humans can't propel themselves just by flapping mechanical devices and perpetual motion can happen but this too is a lesson from leonardo which is every now and then you should try to do the impossible then you discover why it's impossible but also you stretch your imagination and youth chief said of leonardo that it in that you make a very important point that if if you don't occasionally attempt you may think is on the edges of possibility you you you can't really delineate the line between the very edge outer edge of the possible versus the impoverished delivery that actually in some of things you know the mentor advice in your books you gotta you gotta blur the edge between the possible in the impossible steve jobs called that or the people work with steve called it is reality distortion field he would push people to do the impossible likewise.