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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

11:47 min | 10 months ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"My story but Jack into their truths and embrace that I take responsibility ability for all of it in my book I I take responsibility for my actions. I regret glad in my thoughts on all of that. You're very open and honest. You know just a few things here. You know. We've talked about this before as you mentioned if you're trying to see if anybody trying to me that that people close to Harvey Weinstein I'll leave the names out but very famous actors a list. That's spent every every day with him. I mean the rumors of him and what he was doing for years have been prolific. I mean they've been out there forever. If you're telling me some of those famous alias actors did no. I'm going to say that that's ridiculous. Because many people knew what he was doing. That's just my opinion but I don't want to compare you to that some. I mean we shouldn't be saying those names like Roman Like but it's amazing how people Kinda had Roman Polanski's back saying just forgive him bringing 'em it's amazing Two two of the names. You left out Steven. Tyler has been associated with underage. And I'm not saying this makes it right or wrong or whatever right. A It's a big one Jerry Seinfeld and he gets so yeah I feel like I you and I have known each other for three or four years ears. You and I have have done shows together. I have never once pride into your personal life and you and you know that you you could say that for a fact and truthfully I mean what you read in. The book is what you wanted. It's your story to tell it's to judge someone after they've read the book that's one thing but I had never been a kind of judging person. What's right what's wrong because you and I have just named numerous cases of other similar events where people have not only been not blackballed old but have been continued to be idolized? Continue to be popular than ever so. It's like yeah so it's a funny culture we live in. I WanNa ask you two things okay. One there's one thing I want to say before you go on my friend. Is that mind you for anybody listening individuals. I am not advocating a fifty year old person. marrying a sixteen year old person at this. It's not a book of. I'm not advocating this. Yeah Because honestly to be completely honest with you I don't have children but if I did and my sixteen year old daughter came into instead I'm I'm falling love with fifty year old man. I'd have a problem with it. I'M NOT GONNA lie I probably would but all I'm saying thing again there. There's so much gray in life in between the black and white and we cannot we. We can never jump to an assumption a judgment and you know understand the true story of what's going on in in these Unconventional situations and when you're lifting those examples doug and I was listening in some. We weren't saying Oh this is what makes it right. You were saying by comparison. How how we just say? Let's just say we talked about ten total people how how nine are treated one way in one is treated another. You've never said it's okay. If you've never made excuses for you just said you owned it so yeah. That's you've never condone this type of never. You never ever liked that. So let's yeah. Yeah we're not you're you're you're absolutely right so I never. I never intended intended to fall in love with Courtney it at her age. It just happened and so you know and we we went on this reality. Show couples therapy with Dr Jen Berman. WHO's a clinical psychologist and you know one of the things that got to commend her for? Is that after the after. We did the show we had to do. Part of our contract with we had to go do press for for it so coordinated will go on these shows and they would just blast us especially me. You know I mean I you know how can you do this Blah Blah Blah and Dr Jan.. You know to To her credit she she stood up for me and she said. Look Tuck you. You don't know the story and I'm GonNa tell you right now. That if Doug in court he got a divorce divorce today Doug would not be on the Internet trolling teenagers that is not doug he an and she's right I it was. That's not my mo it never has been it just it happened. It happened with Courtney and it wasn't Abou- you know what many people jumped to their their conclusions about and so again. I hope I'm praying that. Possibly my book can illustrate it in a articulate way entertaining. It's amazing when we talk it time goes by. We're we're almost at the thirty minute mark. I I WANNA get more questions on this book because clearly you know it's it's taking social media by storm. It's taking a lot of the news outlets by storm. Do you worry because you mentioned some names. Doug Ugh Sean Penn Stories. That you've you've been through yourself. It's not like you're making these up. Samuel Jackson. You mentioned Lio Jamie Fox. Do you worry any of that. Ah or the things with courtney that you said that can come back to kind of. I don't see hunt you but like are you ever get worried that people will take those the wrong one way or come back at you. And I don't know litigious way or a negative way. I've never written a book but I've always wanted to ask that question of somebody who has because these are these. These are things that you experience so. Does that ever become a worry for somebody like you. WHO's an author? WHO's writing a book here? It's a it's a great question No it's not a worry to me. I'll tell you why because I discovered that when you write something as long as you're telling telling the truth as far as litigation go I mean yeah some you know I don't know I have no idea Who who might come after me and litigation to you know ways but there's nothing that I am not not saying that isn't the truth and I I've been Educated in a in writing a book woke especially your memoir. Because it's it's your It's coming through your memories your prison right as long as you're writing being the truth and you're not outright lying about somebody and they can prove it you know it. The proof lies with them. You know if I they say something in my book that rubs some one the wrong way and they're bent out of shape about it and they you know they WanNa take into core or litigate situation that they basically have to prove that. What I'm saying is a wrong be ally see has this is a detriment to their lifestyle or career? So let's say I'm writing a book and I mentioned you daring in my book and I say Hey you know what one thing I know about Darik is that he has staged for lung cancer. And and you know I feel really bad for him but you know what you'll may as a little time to live I mean and it's not true you you. You could take me to task for that day. So as far as that's concerned no I. I am fearless with that. As far as you know burning bridges or you know offending people that I write the truth about like Leonardo Ardo. DECAF deal is if he you know I I mean I would be flattered quite frankly if Leonardo read my chapter chapter on him and he got upset about it enough. You know to make you know to to kind of create a storm about it. That would be awesome. You told me ring it. You've told me that story before and I was thinking about as you said it like and so you know I'm not afraid of an gotTa tell you Derek with everything that I have Faced in Hollywood that the the the marriage blackball all of the ups and downs. I just like I not not afraid anymore. To just tell the truth would regardless of the consequences and I think the consequences like I said at the beginning of this conversation are positive because when you embrace the truth you embrace fearlessness. Because you're telling the truth right. So there's there's nothing to hide behind right right and you. You made the point of you know. Yeah I remember how you phrased it but you know obviously you. You said that. Well how did you phrase the. You didn't say it was a mess. Did you say it was a mistake or did you say you regretted it. I remember you said earlier in the conversation. I'm trying to think of the word you used you. He made about minority. I'm sorry I'm misquoting you. Well I'm not sure that all I know is that I don't regret regret it I there's nothing in it that I regret I But I'm not at the same time. I'm not condoning that for other people. Because everybody's situations are different. I really believe look. I don't live my life in regret and I don't don't think anybody really should unless you really set out hurt. Somebody like really. It's all about contention right so if you set out to hurt somebody you may have some regrets in your life and it may come back to you full circle but if you live your life and yes we all. It's the human condition. We make mistakes. We we wished we would've you've done or said things differently than we did We only know this. In retrospect on we had older older hopefully wiser but while we're gone to the trip as long as your intentions are.

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

11:40 min | 10 months ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on The Talk Show

"I wanted to say that during fireball runs faster now floor. Oh is that what I said slower. Well I usually I usually I it gets you know it runs faster so much faster. It's ridiculous I what else do we have on the agenda Albert. We're done with the obituaries. Parts I just wanted to toss out there a little. Bit of follow up Glenn Fleishman and I think talked about the Astros Cheating Scandal Candle last week. There's a new website I'm going to put in the show. Notes signed stealing scandal dot com. This guy is obsessive. He's a Houston Astros Fan and I give him credit. He's an astros fan and he is so upset that his beloved team stoop to such a lowly. Dastardly level is set up a cheating scandal and all he logged eight thousand two hundred pitches a from TV telecasts that are available online from the Astros. Twenty Seventeen nineteen series and created a website with all sorts of data about which batteries were getting these trash cans signals. It's just I. Ah something that I think is not clear to maybe non baseball fans. There was super interesting. I retrieve this last night but apparently Randy Johnson was tipping his pitches Throughout his career. He never knew until Eduardo Perez told about the ducks and ed all all cheater like no. That's not cheating right like picking up like this guy beyond second in looking on the catcher or batter observing pitcher super closely closely in figuring out what they're pitching smart baseball right. That's like and the difference with the Astros is using cameras and like phones. And you the the Boston Red Sox cruising apple watches it's using electronic means to do it because that is the problem after specifically after the commissioner the baseball sent a very curt letter to every team in the league. re-emphasizing League policy is that when it comes to signs dealing electronic electron devices of any kind are completely verboten over the line. They don't get into like the what you can pick up with your own eyes and maybe hand signals or whatever else you're doing without using electronics. The League just sort of. There's no rules about it. It's just sort of a grey zone own. Didn't acknowledge it but he's not a great zone it's like they don't mention you don't deal with the commissioner doesn't say that it's okay right commissioner doesn't say hey it's okay to steal signs with your eyes. It's just understood that it is because how else you know what else you almost couldn't ban it but they sent a letter this all. All this stuff happened after the league reemphasize what had already been on the books but just to make clear that electron of any kind wired wireless anything that's electrons electronic and everybody knows what to electron and what's not is banned and so. Yeah that's interesting. I didn't see that about Randy. Johnson Johnson. Yeah I'll Bet El Paso you actually funny the reason I found is because another former major leaguer re tweeted said it's totally true. Is Louis ECKERD Square square up against him. And what's amazing is like this. That's the sort of thing whereas probably fairly widely known like everyone. So so help was against Randy. Johnson that your day any tip you can get is going to help and he was still completely dominant. and which is which is goes to show what a dominant pitcher he was if he was actually actually typically pitches in was still striking. Guys outlay crazy. 'cause you're randy for those of you who don't know Randy Johnson was six foot. Ten was an enormously tall. He would have been taller basketball player. And in addition through excite arms or an three-quarter arm and was one of those tall. lanky fellows who you often do see him basketball like there's the famous Leonardo Da Vinci Picture of the human Typical typical per scale of human being. And I don't know I just assume everybody knows this but it's an interesting fact that most people have an arm span in other words. You put your arms outside. Decide from fingertip to fingertip is usually almost exactly as tall as you. Are you know in Leonardo Ardo. Drew a circle put a circle around a figure of a man with his arms straight out but sometimes there's a lot of basketball players who have arm span. That's even longer than they are tall even though they are tall. And you know it's a tremendous advantage in basketball to have a very long arm. Strength Randy Johnson was the one of those types so in in addition to being six foot ten which is really tall and therefore makes the ball come out at an angle. You're not used to and the fact that he threw sidearm which is weird and made the ball. It seemed like it was coming out of the side of the mound. His arms were so long that it was any would take a long stride towards the plate. It was almost like he threw harder than most pitches pitchers because he was so long in his arms for so long it was like it was like he got to start four feet. Closer to you. It was coming from the side. If your left hand pitcher in particular is like coming from behind in your head you've probably seen because it was back in the era before interleague play so the National League players didn't really get to see American league. Players Much Randy Johnson was an American can league pitcher but John Crock phillies Philadelphia phillies first baseman. In the All Star game against do you receive that at-bat Yup absolutely just this. He's like he's like nope any all star game. I'll have to put a clip of it in the show notes because it really shows you how. How crazy scary was as a pitcher? You think about your in there. It's already sort of terrified that these guys coming in one hundred miles per hour Eczema Eczema he would throw one hundred and it's literally coming from behind your head like John John Crook. Would it look like if I was up there batting against any major league pitcher I would be terrified leaning back diving out of diving backwards out out of the box. Anyway I got to put a link in to the show notes about this website. Where this guy obsessively documented eighty eighty two hundred pitches pitches over the season? I just I. I'm always fascinated by anybody obsessive about anything but this particular and and again extra points for him being an Astros Fan. What else did I want to talk about? Follow up I guess I don't have a lot more to say Glenn. I last week really went deep on on the whole iphone. I cloud encryption thing so we don't have a lot to follow up on that. I guess the one point I wanNA make SORTA Kinda need to write about about it just to clarify is and I think that this is a little bit apples. Fault to is tossing around the word word encryption and what's encrypted and what's not because it's at this point it isn't useful to clarifying what the point is of this whole thing with with I cloud because everything is encrypted in transit. Everything you do with I cloud from whatever your devices whether it's a I phone IPAD MAC in between your device and the cloud servers. That apple runs. In on the network everything is encrypted everything you do on disk. On the cloud servers everything is encrypted in some way except for email and emails an exception. Because that's just the way I map email works and I had a link to Jeff Dunkin article from years ago explaining why it's complicated but it it more or less long story. Short is because email was invented. The very the prehistoric days of the Internet when everything was nothing was encrypted and everything was stored in plain text files on disk and e mails like the one aspect of that prehistoric Internet. That still with with us. And we'll probably always be with us and it's just the nature of it that that's how email works does can't be encrypted so have you ever if you're going to commit crimes don't coordinate co-develop them don't email about him because even if you do the thing and I don't want to go on a side note about you see. I don't WanNa get emails people telling me about like. PGP We're what you can do is email someone where the text of the email is encrypted because even then even if you use something like PGP to who encrypt the text of your email the headers the header files of the email can't be encrypted. There's no way to encrypt the whole thing. And so like okay. The contents of an email can dan being corrupted. But it's a huge pain in the ASS. Almost nobody does it Email isn't really meant to be used that way and anybody who subpoenas your email or has access conceal the headers anyway and they can see that you were emailing less Parnasse or whoever whoever it was your emailing so don't don't use email for crime Or anything you don't really anything. You really feel like needs to be secret but anyway the point I want to make apple in crypts so email aside for good reason season everything. The apple stores on Disk Cloud is quote unquote encrypted issue is not what's encrypted on. What's not the issue is who who can decrypt? What's there and there's two types? There's the types of stuff that they store that only you. The user can decrypt crypt using your device keys and your personal password and then there's the stuff that both you can decrypt of of course and the stuff that apple has its own key for and can decrypt and cloud. Backups are in that latter category. Sorry were apple has a key to them and the good part of it is if you or more likely probably if you listen to the show probably not you you but someone you know forgets their cloud password. And they're they leave their iphone in a cab or gets run over by a car or something and gets destroyed now. There iphone is destroyed and they go to buy a new iphone and the only backup they have is there. I cloud backup and they. They don't know they're I cloud password. What happens well you can go to the apple store and I actually don't know exactly what a couple of people ask me like? What what did they do to confirm that? You're you like so that JOE random the've can't go into an apple store and say hey I'm John Gruber I I need to Uh get my club backup. I don't know what they do. I guess they hopefully they ask for I D and not actually not sure I wish I did know exactly what they did to verify but anyway you can if you somehow convince them you are who you are they can decrypt your eye cloud backup and restore it to a new iphone and you don't lose anything. The downside of that is that you know law enforcement around the world can issue a subpoena say downside downside from a privacy privacy perspective upside some way which is why. It's a debate for solving crimes. If you actually are criminal they can subpoena apple. An apple can provide them. I'm with the contents of your.

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Amanpour

"Do you think the Liuw should clean it. And take the varnish off so we could see it more the way it was in the original. I think that's a tough question Walter and I would expect that. The Scientific Investigation of the painting continuous and that we are at a stage where there is a confidence. It's that this can be done. I don't think we are there yet. A. Think that there is also of course that aspect of the press. The the press will get very excited about this and I think that caution is really probably the best approach here in your book. You show a drawing. He does for what may have been intended portrait of Isabella Devasta- and you contrast it with what he does with the Mona Lisa. Why was that such a big transformation again? Thanks to my colleagues at the Louvre. Not If some years ago now I in two thousand nine six ordinary meeting just as scientists and conservators sadness and a number of historians and we were in the room with the Mona Lisa and they submitted estee side by side. And of course you know my heart pounded. That's the first reaction one has and it was really interesting to really think about these to portray it's of women side by side. The same body scale nave. Write about this in the book because for me it was such a moving moment. The say a body scale both women in which the hands the position of the hands play a role and it was streaming quite interesting because see it's destiny. I consider a fairly experimental portrayed hits the earlier of the two portrait's the profile view of the figure does not really allow us a great engagement with case of the spectator and then of course there is the problem of the arm that particularly the right arm. That is very much bent and it seems to come up on the border of the cartoons composition and it really is not relaxed at all whereas send the Mona Lisa especially when it with infrared reflective graffiti and one concede that development of beyond a dry. You see the way in which the post says resolved. Leonardo understands that this is not really a situation where where you do a sharp for shortening of the anatomy but it's all about rest the serenity and That allows of ECORSE proportional for shortening of the of the arms which is so beautiful unsuccessful in the Mona Lisa. One of the things about Leonardo Ardo is the mystery and mystique that always around him. And we've just had the Salvator Mundi disputed painting in some ways self-afflicted one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. How do you think he would have felt about all the HOOPLA and mystery of around him? These days Ardoz Personality was a bit of a show off so I think that he would be incredibly tickled pink whether it is that thousands of tourists go. See the Bona Lisa or that. His five hundred th anniversary of his death is being celebrated in so so many different ways you know. We get the president of France and the President of Italy laying flowers at the pseudo tomb of the Nardo and number wise and yes any were connected to Leonardo's name is bound to make incredible news from his Geneva Benji Jay to the Mona Lisa. The very end of his life. You see him connecting the distant creation of the mountains and then the swirling river almost is coming into the blood of US humans and it seems he's trying to say how do we fit in eight is extraordinary. I think that in the end and Leonardo was somebody who understood a great deal about human nature and again this aspect he somebody asset theorists. Who writes a lot about about the mind itself and it is interesting to what extent he also understood it as the possibility of artistic creativity and imagination and and it is interesting because yes his portrait? They whether it's that. You never been cheered. The Mona Lisa or in fact act the Saint John the Baptist which is not a portrait during a sense of the knowledge of humanity of the ages said one seems to encounter counter in those faces. I don't see that in Michaelangelo. Well you're right absolutely right and and it's very interesting because in the case of Michaelangelo there is I don't want to call it a federal approach to expression but expression facial expression the body's expression is really about the power. They they forcefulness forcefulness. His are really is a great deal about forceful s and this is I would say precisely the quality that for for Leonardo is of less interest and so for me Colangelo sometimes indeed The faces uses seem to have very straightforward emotions. I find them powerful powerful. So my Mickey I feel it's It's actually been one of the great privileges of my. I live to have been able to work intensely on your Nardo and Colangelo and sort of come to appreciate their Arab ferry very distinctive almost confrontational personalities. it's it's a very moving to try to understand understand what it is that I have actuates the batch in Asia now for each of these just transcendental artists uncommon Bombay. Thank you so much for being with us. And finally we'd like to end with a look back at some of our own conversations with the great modern artists artist. This year we go tour of Antony Gormley landmark exhibition at the Royal Academy. Here in London. We also visited Iceland's La for Eliason. Isan at the tate modern and talk to him about using his ought to help fight climate change and we met up with Iranian American artists. shearing the shot who work continues to highlight the lives and the work of women in her homeland and across the Middle East. Now they all lift and inspire and we certainly we need that as the ends and you can watch them all on Amazon Dot Com. That is it for now. You can always.

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

Get A Grip On Life

15:03 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

"Aren't there was a personal expression and emotion. They came out of it and she bought the painting shoes soon as she saw it because of spoke to her absolutely had something to say its own so but that was the landscape painting but it was something else. Sure sure. Yeah so but that you know that doesn't make it an enduring work. It makes it a special work for her her. Yeah you know what I'm saying that's right and and that's that's that's not a movement but that's there's something in that And that's where I think Like like I've known artists and I buy art. Yes as you know that'd be that's how we became a customer of Buckingham having him quite a happy customer. I've done some good piece I did. I've done very well with wet and so but I've artists have come to me and they complain about not being able to sell their art like an art fair or because I'm a buyer of are maybe I've bought something of theirs and I'll give them advice and they'll tell me that I'm wrong But I think there's a lot of artists out there that could really listen to the idea of who is your customer. If if you if you WanNa make money making art you have to target a customer and and create the kind of work that people WANNA buy. That doesn't mean that has to be all your work but certainly Michelangelo and Leonardo Ardo thought that way they thought about their customers and they created work for their customers and they and their customers bought it. The yeah well. They actually Leonardo Michelangelo. He was he was The Church Pot all his work dicky's it was the MEDICI family the MSCI family Yeah they were. They were money lenders. They were huge the big big time. Yeah they bought art the the the Catholic Church they had to sell to head to sell it so I think a lot of artists. Don't think like that. They think that people don't appreciate your art. But maybe you need to think about what the people appreciate dual system there but you you mentioned changed east Earlier there are a few minutes ago and one of the changes that's happening and now is the the younger people. The millennials And there's another word that they they have for that group that I can't think of at the moment But they're not interested in the values is it People who came not that far before for example antiques dot a chance they're dead. They don't buy a antics they they they buy Their their furniture is a part of this is obviously to do with their age. They buy Kia and that sort of thing. They aren't also comes from Mike. I don't give young people that that particular age and I'm not sure what that bracket Iraqi deserve age for the money to shop. They don't have the money the interest now. I think it's the other way round. Well they won't take it from their parents. I get a lot of parents coming going in and they're saying You know we bought it. We are lots of arts but And I offered it to the kids and they don't want they don't want our art. Wow that's a big change. Well I know what you're saying now. Yeah Yeah it's almost like there's a little bit of To to me. There's a little bit of inappropriate parent pressure there. Maybe your children don't share your tastes. I mean if I were to say to my if you were to say to your kids listen. This is a work by the master. Mr Canadian artists G H McDonald and it's worth guaranteed. There's pictures of his in the National Gallery of Canada. Or just you know I mean yeah. You want to go see some of his other work in Canada's National Gallery I think that the kids are going to be like okay. I don't care if I like this or not I'm gonNA hang onto this But a lot of artists people's tastes. Maybe your kids don't share your pace well. I think that's absolutely right that has to do with taste certainly question But there's no background around To it I hear this. All the time about our kids aren't interested in our parents Would have spent thousands and they maybe they got to twelve or fifteen in her twenty pieces of Good art and now what you know Because that was one of the things they were doing they were buying That the kids will get the work. Our kids hits Now maybe because of their growing up nece in the gallery But there's this kind of a An arm wrestle View of for what paintings. They're going to get which by the way we'd Longo resolved but so I'm happy about it but if it was the opposite I I I mean what what are you doing. Are you saying that you have a valuable personal collection It's got some value so but here so here. I see an opportunity eighty if somebody if somebody had the money men knew where the movements were. If there's a bulk of paintings things that are coming available. That the millennials because you are generations are Kinda like this. I'm generation xer summit squashed. I have a small generation of people like a block in my age. And we're kind of squashed between The baby boomers. The millennials. Are Bigger Block Right so the tennis boom of the eighties directly related to the baby boomers the golf boom of the ninety directly related to the baby boomers these kind of booms and busts nobody. Nobody builds a huge societal program for genetics because John is very small. So the millennials are not ready to purchase this art yet But maybe they get to be at the point in their forties and early fifties. So they'll be saying you know. My Dad had a picture by that guy. Whatever the artist is and that's three thousand bucks? That's that's twenty thousand bucks. I'd had four those painting what happened to Adam. Oh you guys didn't want them Wayne. Buckingham came along collection. Guys didn't want them. I mean it looks to me like there's an opt presents a unique business opportunity right now for somebody. That knows what they're doing. I think you're probably right on the money there that as they mature a ah the realization. You know another thing by the way that fine art Is is mostly bought but not all by by a higher educated people sure more successful business people tire. Yeah I said I've read of collectors of to donate Huge collections to say the Ark our on -Tario and they're They weren't necessarily a couple of one in particular wasn't particularly well. Educated that is to say formerly he grew up He loved Dr. He went to all the museums He read a Newbie. We became obsessed and became educated and he bought and made a lot of money and gave twenty million dollars worth of paintings to the deal. So there you go our collection I think is are collecting thing is probably a sign of nevermind education. More probably more likely high intellect I would agree with that. You know who spends their money on art rather than for is someone of hiring intellect For sure not intelligence but intellect Ya so let me ask you a about just about that. That idea yeah. So you mentioned the question I would say to those customers of yours that are in your saying Wayne. My kids don't know. Have you sat down and explained your art it to your children. See that's another angle to this. So I spent about my son and my daughter my daughter's sixteen and a half and my sixteen and my son's fourteen. Okay so I brought them showed. The Meyer collection explained each piece to them and why it was valuable and who painted it and how why why it was important and then I took them and showed them some of the news that I bought. I have three four beautiful nudes two of which I got from you and I explained to them. Why Hi that's not pornography and why this beautiful art and why it's important and then why do you only have meant? Why don't you have any naked men and I just said I explained to them? Why it's this is your mother and is art? It's in our bathroom and our house and The female form is to us is more symbolic and it's easier to make into a piece. That's not offensive than the male form for male nude male new of a hard time. It's hard to be. It's very hard that's the social values There and the concerns that. I'm not saying there's not an art to be represented or spoke to you there. I'm just saying that it's difficult for for for you to hang a male nude in your bathroom. Yeah but for but for female form expresses something different. It's it's the goddess of Earth rather than war. Exactly exactly the mail. The nude male drawing or painting. is more acceptable. If it's from a three quarter back pay view. Sure as opposed to a full-frontal full-frontal Therein lies the problem show. It's almost like God of war versus the God. I think that's good because you know it's like there's something there's something about earth watching with this. We won't were family. Were creating here. And it's not for the wasn't for the guy s but I explained my art to my kids and who the artists swerve and why it was important and why this work is is a valuable piece of Canadian art and you should if ever it comes into your hands you should take care of it absolutely absolutely yeah So people need to do that for their children. Well they do and but I wither. That'll be successful. It's a grand idea it's a grand idea And under the circumstances Maybe even a little bit important because they may be they may be giving away the parents because kids don't want a valuable piece of art you know the Group of Seven again just to use them When they were doing their paintings their paintings had no value? Sure Tom. Thompson was selling sketches for twenty five dollars at the Canadian at the show. Twenty five cents. You mean no twenty five dollars. Twenty five bucks. Yeah so that's like that's a that's a buck for the day is probably one hundred and fifty bucks in. Today's does something like that in today's dollars so it wasn't doing. He was ended by it there as well but it was a great gathering greater gathering than it is you still need people of high intellect selected one thousand nine hundred seventeen to buy a piece of art for twenty five. That's that's right yeah that's right anyways so now So they didn't buy it and now that painting I mean I can tell you categorically that sketching eight by ten inches ages it's canoe lake and the year nineteen seventeen. It's worth at least three million dollars for sure for sure if not see died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen for four more toys Tommy Thompson. The greatest of them all. He's he's he's he's I. I would say at the same height height if you will as Harris I. I'd be tough. I I have a tough time. I mean to say that To pick between a Harrison or Thompson Thompson in had he had something in his paintings. That just came through Just fabulous work. Douglas were just a book in that one thing to both the parents and the art. I wonder also like one of the things is if you can't explain the value of your art. That's a problem problem for you. If you're an art collector like you should have like especially. If you're you're you're getting to the age where you're thinking about who is going to be your executor. WHO's going to be run? Your will you've you're at that at age you need to have a detailed itemization of your art collection where you bought it. How much you paid and why it's important? Otherwise Ace could have issues of Providence. Right like you need to have that paperwork. I would say in a binder setup so that someone can open it up and say I bought this at Buckingham. It was bought before that. A MOMMA'S GALLERY IN TORONTO. And originally it was shown at this show. If you have that that information it makes your heart a lot more valuable actually. Well Yeah and at the same time people she keep their receipts on their the they got bought the painting and on typically of Zooming we're buying a re- relatively decent bit of art. I mean it doesn't have to be a a lot of money but a good piece of art and up on the back is seal the seal but the campaign on the back and There may be more than one Label on the back from various galleries. And all of that of course is the providence and Providence Providence is important for sure we gotta cast and here up on the wall. And that's got four with my label. I haven't put it on yet. We own that pay It's got four different galleries and all of them are good name gallery across the country so so that that's that would be part of that the history of that painting so your wife Tarez Tarez. 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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo ardo" 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..

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Back To Work

"P._h._p. So you can type in the movies title. So in this case i've typed in the aviator and it will come and tell you all of the information about all of the main actors how old they were then dan how old they are now and if they have died so for this particular and unfortunately it uses a poster quest not a get request. You know all this is basically like is the kind of thing with h._p. In an access database yes that's exactly what is it looks like. Somebody's slap this together with one of those websites. It's like a yahoo pipes or something like absolutely website out of a spreadsheet. That's i mean that's i have a feeling that's exactly that feeling yeah and and so so it it'll just show you in three call and four columns actor's name age age now died question mark and so you can you can see leonardo ardo to caprio. I call him leo was thirty and is now forty four and has not died and so you can just go down the list but it's often interesting because it's a wonderful way to say. I wonder if that clearly thirty year old actor was actually a teenager or rarely thirty years old and so it's it's a lot of fun and i use this and this is the kind of thing that you've got a bookmark because you'll never find this thing again in your like you could search how old were the actors and like decide won't even show up so i have a bunch. I looked up that it doesn't have it doesn't have that many movies also it. You're saying it's it's limited. What what did you try. This is okay so okay well. I'm sorry my stealing your thunder. No not at all oh speaking of which i was thinking of his tropical thunder it's insurance tropic abbott thunder the very funny movie. This is something that comes up in our household as i say all the time so for example we were watching festival has fueled took you drift which is not a very good movie. It starts to the great car chase and then it's got that amazing d._j. Shadow song over the opening credits. I watched it just for the opening credits. I watched that youtube due to video twice a week. At starting the week is really good song and <hes> and <hes> but it's it's slow motion. The protagonist who's a bad boy is going to high school and he's going through the metal detector and it seemed like super slow mo and there's this line that is now. Oh it's mostly my line but it's becoming a line for everyone in our house. Which is that guys totally thirty. You will say so yeah this guy he's supposed to he probably seventeen. I'm like that case. Thirty got a receding hairline and you can tell he's an actor who's thirty. We were watching pitch perfect perfect movies every time i watched pitch perfect. I'm like that leaves that lady's got to be forty. There's no way that she is in her third or fourth year of college and so all i find myself wanting to do this all the time. I want this for all of the movies movies. Dan now mean girls girls is pretty good now. Nosy lo han another movie. I saw you forget. Have you ever seen girls the two thousand four moving never it's really really good. I don't want to oversell it because it's a little bit of a bagatelle. You don't wanna crush it but it's got so many extremely good lines great actors a lotta a lot of great especially female actors female. I sound like a for angie <hes> but it's real good so no lindsey lowe hand. She was eighteen in that movie. Rachel mcadams whom i love she's twenty six now. Here's the funny one tina fey. Was this possible tina fey. It was thirty four so high school student. Rachel mcadams was eight years younger than teacher. Tina fey so weird in polar older. She's thirty three. This is a very good site. Dan and it's useful..

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on Back To Work

"P._h._p. So you can type in the movies title. So in this case i've typed in the aviator and it will come and tell you all of the information about all of the main actors how old they were then dan how old they are now and if they have died so for this particular and unfortunately it uses a poster quest not a get request. You know all this is basically like is the kind of thing with h._p. In an access database yes that's exactly what is it looks like. Somebody's slap this together with one of those websites. It's like a yahoo pipes or something like absolutely website out of a spreadsheet. That's i mean that's i have a feeling that's exactly that feeling yeah and and so so it it'll just show you in three call and four columns actor's name age age now died question mark and so you can you can see that leonardo ardo to caprio i call him leo was thirty and is now forty four and has not died and so you can just go down the list but it's often interesting because it's a wonderful way to say. I wonder if that clearly thirty year old actor was actually a teenager or rarely thirty years old and so it's it's a lot of fun and i use this and this is the kind of thing that you've got a bookmark because you'll never find this thing again in your like you could search how old were the actors and like decide won't even show up so i have a bunch. I looked up that it doesn't have it doesn't have that many movies also it. You're saying it's limited. What what did you try. This is okay so okay well. I'm sorry my stealing your thunder. No not at all oh speaking of which i was thinking of his tropical thunder it's insurance tropic abbott thunder the very funny movie. This is something that comes up in our household as i say all the time so for example we were watching festival has fueled took you drift which is not a very good movie. It starts with a great car chase and then it's got that amazing d._j. Shadow song over the opening credits. I watched it just for the opening credits. I watched that youtube due to video twice a week. At starting the week is really good song and <hes> and <hes> but it's it's slow motion. The protagonist who's a bad boy is going to high school and he's going through the metal detector and it seemed like super slow mo and there's this line that is now. Oh it's mostly my line but it's becoming a line for everyone in our house. Which is that guys totally thirty. You will say so yeah this guy he's supposed to he probably seventeen. I'm like that case. Thirty got a receding hairline and you can tell he's an actor who's thirty. We were watching pitch perfect perfect movies every time i watched pitch perfect. I'm like that leaves that lady's got to be forty. There's no way that she is in her third or fourth year of college and so all i find myself wanting to do this all the time. I want this for all of the movies movies. Dan now mean girls girls is pretty good now. Mosey lo han another movie. I saw you forget. Have you ever seen girls the two thousand four moving never it's really really good. I don't want to oversell it because it's a little bit of a bagatelle. You don't wanna crush it but it's got so many extremely good lines great actors a a lot of great especially female actors female..

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"leonardo ardo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo ardo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The border. Hundreds of Australians have been moved from their homes due to Bush fires in Queensland. The authorities say about forty fires burning across the state following a heatwave described as an highly unusual for the time of year. The most serious blaze has destroyed or damaged several homes. An extremely rare thousand-year-old Chinese scroll is to be auctioned. In Hong Kong today amid speculation that it could set a new record for nation artwork. This crew named wooden and rock is by the hugely influential some dynasty artist Susha, sue was a poet scholar and calligrapher who is often likened to Leonardo. Ardo Davinci BBC news. Hello. This is the history. Our with max Pearson this week, the Duke of Wellington's funeral one of the oldest events recorded in the BBC's audio archive, plus Lee Harvey Oswald, the Soviet years and Yasser Arafat's final moments, but first America and immigration throughout his campaign for the presidency and during his time in office. Donald Trump has consistently returned to the theme of immigration. He sees an unchecked flow of migrants into the US as a threat, and he's promised to build a wall along the border between the US and Mexico, and he's even sent American troops to hold back. The arrival of a caravan of Central American bygones, but history can give us another perspective on this issue. Back in the nineteen forties and fifties hundreds of thousands of Mexicans were contracted to work on American farms as legal neighbors. It was part of a scheme known as the Bracero program. And to this day it serves to inform the debate around legal and illegal migration to the US. Mike. Clinton has been listening to archive recordings of some of those early brass workers. Even. I.

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