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"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"And there's there's one other interesting thing here now who now. We're entering a bit of the realm of speculation. But we're not going to do your dirty the way that maclay did and and can make conclusion Ravelo speculation. You're if there was If there was a mental issue they he was grappling with. It does not necessarily mean. That mental issue was schizophrenia. One thing that was really fascinating to me about. This is this. Maybe maybe we can file this under anti cat propaganda. But this'll be interesting to every cat lover out there There have been some unsubstantiated guesses that perhaps Wayne was affected with something called toxic plasmas Gandhi talk. Oh plasmas Gandhi. If if it did if he did have schizophrenia. If you did have a mental issue it could have been caused by his love of cats. It's possible if not probable. It's possible this. This parasite moves from feline host to humans. Most people don't have any symptoms. It usually causes like a mile. You feel like you kind of have the flu and you get better but it can cause us some severe symptoms in a certain part of the population. Some people can have their mental functions impair factor. That made me think of our own La Bouche close associated super producer case. Bedroom is that talks. Plasmas is very common in. Some parts of the world about fifty percent of the population of France is infected as we record today. I'm probably oversimplifying this. But isn't that also the thing that Kinda makes you a little more indicates I think you're right those worms in your brain? Yeah Yeah it's it's interesting to kind of theorize about that kind of thing. The connection with cats they definitely pop up You know often through his life. There's there's a few good anecdotes come across. One was that despite the what happened to him later in life healthwise was actually in pretty good health for most of his life and never really had to go to the hospital except on one occasion In one thousand nine hundred fourteen. He actually fell off of a bus on Bond Street and spent the next two weeks in the hospital and this was reported on he was still kind of a public figure at the time and the legend was that he had fallen off because the bus was swerving to avoid a cat. Wait a minute so those are just just to clarify when you say falling off of a bus do you mean like out the door or like was he like bus surfing or something. How does one fall off of a bus? I'm picturing it's a double decker bus because he's in. He's in London. The timeline of that exactly if those were around. But that makes the most sense to me. So I'm GonNa go with that checks out so he's got a you know he's hanging off the way that the cool kids ride those double decker buses right. He's hanging off the rail. Maybe wave into cats. This is fascinating. Because we've we've done a lot of stuff in in this episode. We've we've busted a little bit of a myth and don't feel bad because when I when I saw those things. I made the same assumptions. I don't think we're wrong to make those assumptions about the progression of quote Unquote Mental Illness. There because they came from a psychiatrist right from a learned professional who should have done their due diligence and establish that. So it's not. It's not entirely on us for falling for it. But we've busted that myth. We've learned a lot about this guy's life and an I don't know I'm grateful to. I am grateful to Louis Wayne Absolutely. I think You know you saying that. That's that really hits. The nail on the head in that memorial exhibition that with the posthumous shortly after he died. And before you know World War Two Kicked off in earnest There was a the art critic at the Times of London. He kind of wrote. What sort of works as Wayne's epitaph he said and it's very simple but as a man who gave simple pleasure to thousands. Mr Wayne deserves to be remembered. And you know for a long time. He wasn't but I don't know I mean one reason I really wanted to talk about. This topic was especially. Now you know at this time with everybody kind of hunkered down and finding you know little joys throughout the day wherever you can Kinda yeah it makes me really kind of reevaluate the importance of of people like that. Who just give you small little pleasures little smiles through you know silly cat picture or whatever. really keeps you going and I gotta Say I am a huge fan of people that just pick a thing and run with it and that is absolutely what this gentleman did so there you have it ridiculous historians This is the life and times of Louis. Wain the man who is more or less directly responsible for all of those top notch cat memes. That have brightened your day in the past and will continue hopefully to do so in the future. Thanks as always to Gabe gave I feel like we can just be on a first name basis. Now The this is so weird. It's so weird to have this. Okay I'll call for us to have this relationship with you. Have this I this to be the first time we've talked and been able to see each other's faces before it's only been on the phone. How was it for? You gave make an assessment. This was fantastic. You guys let me come on and just ramble on about one of my favorite artists. Yeah it's been a blast. I definitely feel like you know. This is a milestone and our relationship and I hope we can continue from here. I'd love to come back some time and talk about something else weird. Oh I think we're absolutely going to hold you to that offer Because I think we both had a fantastic time as well. Yeah and that depends on our our last and deciding vote Check it with you Casey. Wh What's what's the verdict. The verdict is I believe a Gabe needs to come back talked to us about. Were cool stuff all right. I'm in on the case rendering judgment. I love it. I really liked. That verdict. Yes yes I retract. My earlier statements about this kangaroo court gave your stumbling into some some weird longstanding. I don't even know if they're in jokes now. They're just how we hang out but yes thank you so much. Perhaps at some time you may even meet Jonathan Strickland Aka. The quiz reluctant. Thanks to him thanks to Alice. Williams who composed this slap and track you here at the beginning of every show. Always thanks to producer. Casey Pegam Christopher Hussy Otis here in spirit. Ease Geoff coates checkout every cool thing that she's doing on the podcast network and thanks to you. Ben. This was fund. This was quite a romp. I really enjoy myself today. Rump of Whimsey. Indeed yes thanks so much to you know and as always most importantly thanks to you ridiculous. 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"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
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"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"I think I was worth it. Was that worth and this this blue riders mind cause at first he didn't fully believe it But then he kind of became an advocate for getting him the hell out of the situation. Yeah he actually spearheaded this public campaign. He got noted writers of the time. He got H. G. Wells on board H. G. Wells actually had a great quote that he said on radio. He said Lewis made the cat his own. He invented a cat style. A cat society a whole cat world British cats. That do not look in live like Louis. Cats are ashamed of themselves. Do you think that this would have predated? Tsa Elliott's You know stories about cats and all of those poems and do you think that was influenced by this sure. Seems like to me I. I don't know I think that's a great observation. Tsa Elliot you know. Despite what he wanted everyone to believe was not himself British? It was just an anglophile born in Missouri. He wrote old possum's book of practical cats in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine so the time line definitely matches up. I think that's a really good catch. I just also want to point out that there is pretty solid. Evidence H. G. Wells plagiarized. The heck out of stuff but he did not plagiarize that quotation that is verified that was from the heart from the heart so so this this feels like maybe you know. We're we're in a better place hopefully right We've got we've kind of followed juice of Campbell. S Ruse Journey We've gone to the dark night of the soul. He's been rescued by a fan and everybody else thought he was dead. He gets moved to a better psychiatric hospital at first right. Yeah and I. I have to throw in there that even the prime minister of the time got on board this effort to kind of rescue Wayne. He was such a cultural figure at the time. The prime minister actually went on the air and said Lewis Wayne was on all of our walls. Fifteen to twenty years ago probably know artist has given a greater number of young people pleasure than he has and that really did strike a chord with the with the public. The this appeal raised twenty three hundred pounds. Which of course quite quite a bit more today. I think it's somewhere around. You know over one hundred thousand dollars for sure and Yeah so that's the effort worked. He got transferred to a better facility. Bethlehem psychiatric hospital in London and then five years after that. He was transferred again. And where did he ended up? He ended up at Naps Berry Hospital. Which apparently had you know? This was a much better fit for him There were a lot of gardens. A lot of outdoor space and cats in a lot of cats. Yeah that's right. The garden provided access. So he had some feline visitors You know he started drawing again and I think it's strange to say but in the end it really was kind of a an upgrade for him like he was free from these the domestic responsibilities. We talked about from his creditors and debtors Trying to kind of be breadwinner for his family and he really just Kinda got to let go and duty loved which as we know was draw cats and so there's there's this beautiful yet bittersweet note here because you know a guy who never really cared To amass a fortune which is loved his own art is able to as you said as you said. Gabe he's able to reach a kind of peace and he lives this way a dry drawing art that he loves until he passes it passes from this mortal plane on July Fourth Nineteen thirty nine and on the way his art is still evolving. By the way it's becoming increasingly. What would you say abstract? Do we want to talk about this? We should definitely talk about this. Yeah the isn't making work anymore for publication. He's not trying to sell anything. There's no requests are deadlines or anything like that. He's really free to kind of flexes creative muscles and Gory wants with this and he takes it to all kinds of different places one in particular the more on the more psychedelic end of things he starts doing. What's Kinda referred to now as wallpaper cats? And that's because these are really elaborate patterns A lot of symmetrical colorful patterns almost like Frac Dole. Kind of looking in a way similar to stuff you'd find on wallpapers or Turkish rugs and it all comes comes back a lot of art. Historians are kind of suggesting that a lot of the influence was yeah memories of the patterns that his mother it worked on in his youth wallpapers. That had been in their house and then he was kind of just all channeling that into his art and mixing and cats too. And Yeah. It's a you know there's a case that's been made over the years that you can kind of trace the deterioration of his mind in the progression of this art. The way things do get more abstract in the cats kind of you know. Become these sort of cosmic. I mean it really is tricky stuff if you look at it but it's incredible and it's you know there is sort of a silver lining in this that he you know obviously was was rescued from that. Pauper's Ward and was quite beloved at Naps Berry where he spent the last years of his life and where his art began to progress into those kinds of fractional psychedelic tapestries. Right yeah just to jump in real quick I mean. They loved him there he would. He would even decorate the words where where he stayed. Every every Christmas. You would do a big new design for the walls. Of course always cats. It's strange because when he passes away and I think maybe not to read your mind guys but I think maybe there's something you might have been going toward as well know when he passes away. He is so beloved. That people organize for a posthumous showing of his work and people are celebrating him then memorializing him however his death. Everybody who that who heard that date knows what's coming up is death on occurred on July Fourth Nineteen thirty nine he died in the UK. That's that's the same time that Britain enters world war two and so for for a while he you know. Understandably is fading out of the headlines. While monsters like Hitler are taking up more and more space in the broadsheet so yeah after he passed away there was there's been couple reinventions or kind of reinvigoration of Interest in Wayne over the years and one of them started when a guy named Dr Walter. Mcclay found eight of Wayne's works from his kind of asylum years at a junk shop and this is something that would eventually become known as the famous series. And you know it's again it's held up kind of you can see the deterioration of his mind through the way that he depicted cats in the series of eight different paintings. And you know the first two are fairly realistic. They've been described as Disney ISH affairs. So big round cutesy features. A lot of fluff the third cat in this series. Is You know recognizable as a cat but we get some of that kind of.
"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Put it that way And and and I don't mean that to say that's you know psychedelic style always points to that but You know he started off much more formal and then as his work progressed. It got way more just kind of out there and like you could really see it as kind of a visual representation of what was happening to him. Psychologically I would i. That's just my opinion. Yeah I mean there's a you know it's tough to talk about this stuff and save for certain you know with any kind of certainty but it seems to me like yeah. This condition was something that was kind of. You know Layton's within him for his whole life and probably was masked to a fair degree by just kind of his reputation for being so eccentric and such a strange guy people's may be overlooked some of those signs but ultimately I think yeah it was. It was after he had to return home after his mother's death and kind of take on all those domestic responsibilities again Especially at a time when his career was kind of an declined. The money wasn't coming in. And meanwhile you know you can hear the sounds of world war one like constantly right across the channel I think he was under a lot of pressure and it finally got the better of him. The thing that kind of really made his friends and family suspicious was. He started kind of soliciting their help for this nonexistent cat show that he claimed to be organizing and talking about this. The ski me had to breed spotted. Cats I don't know the details of it but it was enough to kind of alarm. The people close to him and things just kind of gotten more sinister from there. He started believing that his surviving sisters were actually the ones responsible for his other sister's death. He thought they were stealing money from him hiding his possessions and the also kind of towards the end of this period started claiming that groups of spirits were projecting electrical currents so he would become full of electricity and to hide from that he kind of shut himself in his room and was writing all of these theories out. He began moving furniture around endlessly. Just kind of rearranging it and I guess that was in his mind. He thought that doing that would keep his sisters from taking the furniture and selling it out from under him and unfortunately these tendencies eventually turned violent. He started to attack his sisters and they just kind of had to call the doctor one day and on June sixteenth nineteen twenty four. Louis Wayne was certified insane at the time that was the wording they used and He was admitted to the Pauper's ward of the Springfield Mental Hospital. Let's just remember too that this was not a good time for Mental Health Stigma surrounding the treatment of folks going through these situations where to say the least And as evidenced by the notion of a poppers wing of quote unquote insane asylum. Right now exactly. There were kind of upstanding institutions at the time us sanatoriums but this was not one of those a at the at this point he was broke so yeah he went to the Pauper's wing and probably didn't get the best of treatment. Thankfully he was not there long. He was there about a year before somebody actually kind of stumbled upon him there. The you know the Great Louis Wain and it's a pretty great story It's actually this. Bookseller a publicist. And I never heard of this but he was a fabian. Which is actually a kind of a socialist reform group. Yes there's there's still around now. They're still around now the Fabian Society. Yeah Yeah Yeah. They've actually been one of their. Recent fights is to get the British press to stop using the word as often because it is seen as stereotyping and derogatory toward the Working Class. I was just reading about the Fabian Society. But yeah they're they're fighting the good fight and the they took up this. It took up this flag. I want to step back just a couple couple points. No you took the words out of my mouth the asylum and thank you for doing so there are some fantastic books about the horrors that went on there that be glad to recommend if anybody wants to reach out online and the the stuff about electricity that you mentioned. 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Hey I am Lewis where he replied the patient your not you know I exclaimed. Mata said the artist and.
"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"And they had essays right for people of Note. He is blowing up. Eventually he leaves any crosses the Atlantic and he comes here to the US. Yeah that's right. He got a job working for the hearst newspapers in New York City and he stayed there doing comic strips for three years actually and He actually only came back to London because his mother passed away and Yeah he again had to kind of fill that role of breadwinner. For for his sister's. It's crazy the man because the guy was absurdly talented at it. In an extreme way he was a lefty but he could use both hands For for drawing and he could perform tricks like he could like right backwards mirror images And he also could pump out as many as a hundred and fifty cat. Drawings in a single our you know understandably wouldn't be like the super high detail ones that you would see like in some of these high profile publications but he wasn't just limited to one particular medium as you're going to see. As his career progresses he would do crayon or watercolor oil paints pen and ink. I mean he was absolutely kind of a renaissance man of campaigning. Yeah yeah that's that's like that's crazy. Point he even his is musical creative drive never fully left him either. He even wrote an opera. He you know was the king of the Emperor of postcards For a while a Wallace Stevens should have written something about that. But this is that's besides the boy. I just like the observer ice cream but but you know we see that his career is blossoming but the guy was so talented and so driven that he would have proper. There's an argument. We could make that. He would have probably been this prolific. Had he not been selling stuff right and and there were so many sets of things out there. Millions and millions of sets and later observers and analysts and critics say that he invented different Iconic POSTCARDS SAY specifically point out the stripe cat spotty cat the cats You know caught in the midst of sport and zoo. Let's see he. He didn't just crank out sketches he also did like full on paintings. The paintings were copy. A reminds me a little bit of a cooler. Thomas can cage you guys remember Thomas Kincaid right the artists. Oh yeah definitely painter of light. Yeah no we're Thomas. Kincaid that that is paintings have been copied more and more often right there everywhere but can. Kate actually doesn't make most of those now. He's sort of brand name but from what I understand Wayne was always making the original works correct. He was just making tons and tons of. Yeah that's right and unfortunately you know. He was handling the sale of those all on his own. He never had an agent or anybody to kind of negotiate fees for him with publishers. And you know as a result of that you know the fact that he was just kind of this Shy kind of softspoken businessman kind of on his own drawing cats. Which like you said he probably would have been doing anyway. Even if he hadn't been being paid for this when he was selling his work he really kind of Didn't stand up for himself didn't negotiate fees. He actually never even retained the copyright to the work that he was selling so once it was out there. People were free to kind of re use this as they wished and they did. He kind of became really over exposed because of it his artwork was just being reproduced for magazines. That he wasn't being paid for I was GONNA ask about that because even in those days I mean the idea of intellectual property was certainly not as iron clad as it is today and honestly yes he absolutely had a style but anyone can draw cads. Doing cute stuff can't they? Well NOT LIKE LOUIS. Wain cut but fair but what what I guess. What I'm getting at is like this could have imagined. led to copycats and I mean especially. If he didn't own little he had trademark behind his brand. That would make it even easier to do this but again. His thing really is just kind of cats. Maybe wearing pants doing kind of humi things that became maybe eventually more the recognizable thing than him as a name or as like you know the person behind it. I'm just spitballing here. I'm asking you game. Nah Nah that sounds right. I would imagine they were definitely copycat artists and people probably looked at it and thought. Oh that's Louis. Wain you know added again. I mean how would you like? How could you put a patent on a concept like that? The so open to interpretation in this. The problem is that Wayne's lack of maybe business sensor financial acumen didn't stop at copyrights for style. Like you could see. Maybe it a little too trusting. I'm sure many of US listening today. Know How awkward And Irritates sometimes painful negotiating. Anything can be SU. He probably wanted to get back to what he actually liked. Which was drawing these cats making these paintings but we see the black a couple of different times. He tried to branch out into investments of sorts. And just like Mark Twain who was also a terrible terrible investor He didn't have much luck. Think when his mother passed he had put some put a lot of money into an unsuccessful patent for a lamp or something like that. Yeah that's right. Yeah he he patented a few inventions. Nothing really ever came of them. It's it's Kinda like a with the opera. The opera has been lost time and the kind of the patents as well. There's documentation of him talking about this. And Yeah evidently dumped a lot of money into the development of it but it never really went anywhere. He basically you know. He had fame from his work but he did not have fortune. And Yeah like you said that comes down to his his lack of business he would basically give this stuff away. He would even take commissions from well to do families. You know people who had the money to pay for this but he just didn't ask for any and never came up so he would do a lot of work just for Free. And then again he is. As he has said he is saturated oversaturated. The whimsical cat drawing market Created to be fair and more and more people are saying well. I've got I've got your annuals you know. I've got plenty of postcards. Don't get me wrong. I love them but I can only have so many pictures of fanciful cats and then world. War Two is on the horizon. You know the one thousand nine hundred seven his he. He meets this sort of cavalcade of terrible person. Events is mother passes away as you mentioned One of his sisters passes away after having spent several years institutionalized in an asylum and then is other sister passes away his first sister passes away institutionalized nineteen thirteen another sister passes away in nineteen fifteen during an epidemic of the flu. And we WANNA be sensitive about this but his own mental state appears to to start declining around this time. Yeah I mean we know. Now that things like schizophrenia. A are passed down through generations And it would appear and it's interesting too when you look at the progression of his work they get more and more kind of I. Mean psychedelic is the word really but It it does paint a picture of a deteriorating mental state let's.
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"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Like you said. He's developing this style and when he gets his big break in the illustrated London News with a with the actual cat photo. He is lauded for a piece called a kittens Christmas party and boom overnight success overnight fame. You can find a photo or you can find an image of this online. I want to just describe it really quickly. it's a lot till unpack The top of it almost looks like a last supper. S kind of like situation. A tableau really with these kittens like sitting at a dinner table with plates and cups and saucers in front of them. It's just ridiculous. It would have thought to do that. One of them looks to be consulting. Some sort of documents. I don't know what that might have been a menu. Perhaps but they're they're not anthropomorphic quite yet. They are sitting at a table But they are still in kitten you know poses in. There's one kind of playing with a toy or something on the table and it almost as laid out like a comic where there's panels and stuff gave you want to talk a little bit more about this particular piece that really pushed him into the stratosphere Yeah so this was for Like you said this was a kittens Christmas party so this was for the Christmas edition of the illustrated London News. And I believe that accompanied a short story a Christmas story about some cats. You know celebrating Christmas so it was kind of meant to go along with the story and Just sure showed cats kind taking part in human activities but again like you mentioned. They weren't anthropomorphized yet. That would come a little bit later but still people loved Just kind of the energy of it the ridiculousness the the humor that was on display in this illustration and they wanted more and Wayne was more than happy to oblige. Yeah he was not to do. He was not one of those people who says like no. I'm not going to be boxed-in I do a lot of different stuff. You know you hear about actors who say like I've been cast in this role like a no longer escape or musicians who hate having to play the same song over and over and some sort of weird limbo Wayne was down. He was super down cats the find his career and he was roughly one million cat percent on board he. Has You know there's great? Pr About it. Where he's there's a photograph of him. That was kind of making the rounds when people did Think pieces or get to know your author kind of things about him and it shows him you know he's he's getting ready to draw what is surely a cat and he's also you know hesitating before he draws the cat because he needs to pet the real cat that's sitting next to him is dusk mate and this is where we start to see his kind of his evolution. Really kick into gear. So I would say that Kid's Christmas party is whimsical right and a lot of his cats. Were Kinda Realistic More Realistic Affairs? Think more like W.H. Auden the way he drew birds. You know like he wanted them. These look like real cats but sure enough he he heard the public or heard an inner voice of his own and his cat started walking on their hind legs started green. You know they were doing more and more of the things that you describe. Nole in in that picture and this is where we get to a little bit of Audience interpretation like who owns the meaning of a work of art does? Is it the artists the creator or is it the audience the Observer Because some people will tell you especially the author of an Atlas Obscure Article in particular We'll tell you that these cats seem really cute almost saccharin at times but they could also be interpreted as sinister. Where do you guys think that comes from? I think the Christmas painting is actually quite sinister honestly there's a certain cultish nece to it. They're like circling around. And there's likes ones holding flags kind of in the background. And there's one scenario where they're like playing with these mice that are lined up. I find the whole thing to be a little sinister I that one in particular. I know he moves more toward the SACCHARIN. Let's put them in pants all that but this particular one. I found a little bit on the creepy side. What do you think yeah? I think you know that kind of is a thread through all of his work. I mean even once. He's he's drawing these cutesy anthropomorphized. Cats there is still an element of danger or kind of mischievousness to them a lot of times. He's drawing cats kind of in distress. Like there's a bunch of cats piled into a car and it's sinking in a lake or something like that or There's cats out ice skating and there. There's a sign that says dangerous. The ICE is thin and they're falling through the ice and kind of shrieking and usually there's a couple of cats off to the side kind of slyly grinning as if they're enjoying this. So there was an edgy side. To this You know what we might be tempted to call cutesy art. And that came out more and more a as his career went along. A big break for him was actually the development of postcards. This was something strange. I found out but the golden age of postcards there is such thing was considered one thousand nine hundred nineteen fifteen and that is like his peak period and basically people fell in love with these designs. I think he sold over. Eleven hundred unique postcard designs over the years so each postcard would have a feature one cat or multiple cats in these kind of scenarios and yeah they were pretty adorable but there is always kind of a hint of menace to them. Well as we all know and can attest to cats are tolls. I mean every every incredibly intelligent creature can be told my mind. Hopefully more eccentric. I'm saying that because they can hear me help a but but here you know here we are. We've painted the origin story right. And we've painted the rise to the rise to fame or at least to public prominence. A big. You can all ready here. Astute ridiculous stories that there are some you know. There are some minor keys sinking in to our our composition. So what we'd like to do today is call this part one. We are going to explore the rest of the story of Louis Wayne in part two of our episode and just to let you know things are going to get weird so please tune in immediately game you gotta come with us on this journey right. You're coming with us down this rabbit hole choice say this kitten no one hundred percent. Can't keep me away. No this is man like Gene Wilder play Willy. Wonka's said no wait. That's rocky horror picture. Show you know. The person who said anticipate patient. I am looking forward to this thing. Says always to our super producer. Casey Packer Oh my gosh. For the first time ever in real life thanks to cable lose lose zero anything but loser For being the best research associate and guest that that A A group of podcast nerds could ask for. Thanks for being here man all. Thanks for having me guys. This was really fun. Thanks to Super Producer Casey. Peggy is always Alex Williams who composed our theme Christopher Hussy Yoda's here in spirits thinks of course to Eve's Jeffcoat our pure podcasters. Thanks as always Jonathan Strickland Eight. Eight Zeke wister. Thanks to Louis Wayne and no thanks to you. Thanks to you too. We'll see next time folks.
"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"So you know Peter did a lot but also Sir Ingram gets a little credit I guess and not to get too dour too quickly but it is also a career that was founded in grief because He really did get this. Push to start sketching cats from his ailing wife And then continued that after she passed. Which while certainly in a way of honoring. Her memory had to have been somewhat painful. Yeah that's a good point. I I would think so she. She was. She was a big proponent of it she wanted him to go full tilt into this cat art and kept encouraging him to do it. And take these sketches to your editors you know an and let's see what they what they think. Maybe maybe this is a more fun avenue for you to kind of explore your artistic side and yeah you kind of alluded to it earlier. Been but it wasn't the warmest reception it. I know no Gabe knoll. Casey is well. Tell me tell me that people appreciated the the painful place from which this Talent emerged. Tell me that the critics were over the moon about this please. Someone yeah not so much. Shower want one critic an editor actually of the paper that he was submitting this this this picture to and of course it was a picture of Peter. The Great Reportedly asked Wayne. Whoever WOULD WANNA see a picture of a cat? And it's funny when Ben quoted that at the top of the show. My immediate response was what an absurd question in this our internet. Time Zeno where like cat. Pictures are king. It's basically Internet currency you know and he really you know. Sometimes you just a to ahead of your time and people just don't see the genius That is cap picks and he really took it further he started to really develop from just doing portraits of cats. Which is this would have been He doubled down. He was not deterred. He really created the blueprint for those anthropomorphic. Disney Pixar animals that we all know and love today that are liked. Big Big business right. Yeah it's true. He he was not deterred in the slightest. I I actually read that. At the peak of his career he was he was turning out like six hundred to a thousand unique cat pictures every year and he kept this up for for quite a long time. The peak of his career is considered to be a thousand nine hundred to one thousand nine hundred fifteen so I mean. Five hundred to a thousand unique cat pictures every year for a decade and a half two decades. That's that's commitment. Yeah this episode is brought to you by better help. Hey folks if you're struggling right now with stress or anxiety or feeling isolated or depressed you are not alone. If you're feeling isolated and worried about the state of things better help offers online licensed professional counselors. Who can be there for you and help? Yeah Better Help. Counselor specialized multiple issues. They can help you with depression. Stress anxiety relationships trauma family conflicts self-esteem and much much more. It's true and you can connect with your counselor right now in a safe and private online environment. Anything share is absolutely confidential. Just fill out a questionnaire to help. Assess what you need and get matched with a counselor in less than twenty four hours. Here's one thing I really appreciate. You can schedule video or phone sessions with your therapist. And it's super easy. Also you can exchange unlimited messages. And if for any reason you're unhappy with their counselor you can request a new one at any time for no additional charge. Yeah it's true I actually Had a counter that I was seeing in person for a while and she moved away And just the concept of finding another one was so daunting to me that I actually put it off way longer than I should have with. Better help that's not ever going to be a problem. You can get professional help when you want it wherever you are. And it's truly affordable our listeners. Right now ten percent off your first month discount code ridiculous so why not get started today? Just go to better help dot com slash ridiculous. That's better help. H. E. L. P. dot com slash ridiculous. Talk to a therapist online. And get help. This episode is brought to you by better help. Hey folks if you're struggling now with stress or anxiety or feeling isolated Or depressed. You are not alone. If you're feeling isolated and worried.
"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"The audience for his art was created almost at the same time that his artistic voice was coming into its own. Would you agree with that? Oh yeah that's that's totally true. I mean he was coming up in. It was kind of post. Industrial Revolution. Pre World. War One. So you know in England the middle class and upper class especially it was becoming the leisure class. They had a lot more time on their hands. They had a lot more opportunities for diversion and yet he kind of leaned into that with his art particularly in the early days. A lot of his hats would be drawn sort of taking part in those activities whether they're boating or having tea parties or playing cricket or Croquet. All of this stuff was very much of the era and it was interesting that he had himself too. I mean despite being kind of a an eccentric shy person. He was also very athletic and outgoing. In that regard he was a sporty guy as well as an already guy which is not always the case. Because it's all of these things but just like you know with cats like you might see one where cats playing and trombone or a cello or something like that And just doing human stuff before this idea of anthropomorphized Animals with celebrity voices became thing you know like he really was on the cutting edge as out there as this must have seemed at the time and I'm sure delightful to many It's now something that we just totally take for granted beyond cap just in terms of like you know Disney movies like early Disney movies in the idea of talking animals doing human things and wearing human clothes. Yeah definitely it was still novel at the time what he was doing. And that's why people kind of gravitated towards it. I don't think they really knew how strange the man behind the art was But at the time it didn't really matter you know he he found fame anyway just kind of threw capturing the spirit of the era and for whatever reason channeling it into cats get we do have to say You know we should be grateful today in twenty twenty pandemic aside to have his art because he was very close to just beat a musician. I don't mean to say just being a musician I'm sure would have found his voice but but it was very close not pursuing a career in painting an it career ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join. Ddat for challenging and impactful work that advances. Your career apply now. Gd It dot com slash careers GI laboratory in a little flexibility can go a long way refinance your new or used auto loan with pen fed and lower your payments for more flexibility in your budget refinance today and get a two hundred fifty dollar. 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He meets and secures an agreement with his first patron the editor of the illustrated London News. Guy Named Sir William Ingram now. He's not he's not drawing those those wild fascinating pictures of cats. He's he's drawing a much more. I would say grounded illustration of birds. I gotTA interject really quickly. I love the name of both the piece that he had commission and the publication that Iran and it was titled both inches on the laurels which is just charming and the name of publication was just so exciting to me. It's the illustrated sporting and dramatic news. Dramatic News what does that mean. Gabe I mean basically. When his father died Lewis became the breadwinner for his family himself. His mother and his five sisters. That's a lot of pressure. I think that's kind of what pushed him. Do finally make a decision whether he was going to be a musician or artist. Or he actually also kicked around the idea of being a chemist at one point two but he was able to find work as we mentioned in illustration and now for the news. Because this was at a time when photography wasn't really reliable enough to be used in newspapers and so instead you would send around illustrators to just jot down what they were seeing sketch it out and a lot of the time the journalists doing that the illustrator doing that would be the one writing these pieces to and now is the case for for Louis Wayne he was doing the right the aditorial and the illustration for for news. I don't know what the news entailed a bowl inches on the laurels. Like one exactly. The news was with these birds or if that was just for decoration but that was yeah that was kind of his big break. So really a functional job at this point like you know. You're serving the purpose of turning around assignments very quickly. You'd have to be a really efficient artist and work very quickly and be able to sketch what you see in. Turn it around quickly. And in addition he said he was writing the copy to is that right. Yeah absolutely it was a lot of stress and pressure to get this right Both in writing. And you know in visuals. And you had a pretty quick turnaround with these deadlines to But Yeah it was a really realistic style that he was going with at the time. Because again this was for news publications so a nothing to creative or fanciful yet and that's apartment. It was kind of a lot of still life. And kind of what you would see like in a courtroom courtroom renderings and stuff like that just drawn on the spot and of course. I I want to step back. I didn't want to roll over. We are doing this on zoom call so let me know if I interrupt divided by I. I wanted to point out. Of course that this little known fact. The illustrated sporting and dramatic news was sir. William Ingram's response to the much more popular at the time non illustrated sedate and dry reports Which was you know? They sold millions of copies. It was just a list of various bushels of like grain. And some you know some descriptions but not illustrations of various styles of shoe. I it was just a different time. It was a different time thrilling stuff. Yeah you're right you're right it was in this in this milieu in this cultural stew being a commercial artist doesn't give one a lot of time to explore ones Aesthetic Voice Right. This is really keeping the lights on keeping the food on the table and he is forced to grow up more quickly than others His same age at the time and he meets and falls in love with the governess of his sisters. Emily Richardson She's she's a little bit older than he is. See He's like isn't early twenty. She's probably her early thirties. But their head over heels and it's beautiful they move in together and they get married in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and she is always is greatest champion for these pictures. Quick Point Of Order Gentlemen Governess. Is that like a chaperone as that sort of a Handmaiden like what are we talking here? I know pair. Yeah it's like Mary poppins right. Yes that's right you're you're you're both a tutor and a babysitter and at times a cook. Yeah so he hit it off with this new governess. They quickly fell in love. Got Married moved into together and early on in their relationship. One thing that kind of drew them close. They rescued the stray cat from the rain. They named Peter or Peter the Great and for a time you know they were really just happy and young in love together. He was working for the news. And you know making money for the family and all was well but unfortunately Pretty soon after they got together. Emily was diagnosed with breast cancer. And it turned out to be inoperable and kind of during this time. Her biggest comfort and consolation was Peter. The cat and Louis Wayne's drawings of him. He would just sketch their cat and do funny. Things like put spectacles on the cat and draw it and make it look like he was reading the newspaper and she apparently got a huge kick out of this and I think they both did and that was kind of you. Know the thing that sparked his career in cats. I WANNA point out really quickly Wayne and our our own Ben. Bolan do kind of have something in common because technically Ben. Your Cat's name is Peter. Dr Van that is correct. Yeah and you know longtime listeners especially people have been listening since we've been recording remotely. You probably recognize all of our cats From there How should I say this They're non completely consensual beards on the show but we definitely. I think it's safe to say we definitely. Oh a lot to our pets and one thing here that so so amazing about this story. Is that later. Unfortunately when emily is passed away he he's still has these cat pictures and he does eventually sell them. I think the first one. He sells eighteen eighty six but when he's looking back on his career he has very interesting quote where he says to him properly belongs the foundation of my career the developments of my initial efforts in the establishing of my work so credit. Where do you gotta respect the guy to be fair and not to take anything away from Peters contribution but the guy we mentioned earlier. The editor the publisher. I'm sorry Surra Ingram. He's kind of a lifelong benefactor for Wayne. He really gave him that a big break in the newspaper and he's also the guy. The first publishes his cat pictures and he he helps. He helps the Wayne family. Find a house in the countryside and really just kind of looks after this guy and Kinda sets them up.
"louis wain" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Welcome to the show ridiculous historians as always thank you so much for tuning in what better way to start off the show than to say. Sometimes critics with the best of intentions are just wrong. There's a there's a Greek quotation. That will come up later today. With one critic who famously said whoever would want to see a picture of a? Cat. You'll see why this is important later but right now I'm willing to bet that There are many people listening to this show while also checking out some sweet sweet means of cats. I'm Ben I'm I also have a cat too. Oh Yeah Mr Frank men and just the the one that shall not be named right. I as many names Mr Jackpots. That's Lynch reference And then yeah. He's got he's got some names. You cohabitate with a cat as well I do. My name is Nolan. Mike Catt only has two names Came by both of them relatively. Honestly you've got this cat my dear buddy in front of the show. Frank Mo- herons parents and we're not told. The cat already had a name so we band together named him. Fernando and then some time went by and frank's parents were coming for a visit and he sort of really quickly huddled with me and said hey man in case they asked. The cat's name is Robert and I'm like wait what the cat had a name all this time. And you didn't say anything and the cat has a little bobtail. Hence the name. Robert said depending on his behavior sometimes. He's a Fernando sometimes he's a Robert Yep and Roberta Jamin if he's really in trouble right and you got the whole name or Cath you so I gotta say man one thing I like about. Our show is that we are all fans of multiple names in alias. Sees there is another person we always love to introduce at the top of show a man with a couple of extra names himself. That's are super producer. Casey peg now Casey. You'RE NOT GONNA go for the Bait as Bush. I don't know what you're talking about when he knows knoll. He knows he's always known Omerta Ban. Omerta our right well. Today's episode is a doozy. This is one that came to us directly from a man with many titles. You're familiar with him. If you've listened to our show before our research associate our research guru our very own wizard behind the curtain who we have. Finally after weeks months of teasing we finally got the chance to have him on air today. Ridiculous Historians please welcome to the audio stage. Gabe Luger really quickly. What we got to clear this up we. Sometimes we do Gabe Luger. We tend to lean into the French. And call you Miss Missio Luzia. Give it two straight. Tell us your name came. It is L. E. R. That is generally how I pronounce it by spelling it out because I have no idea really. I guess it's you know if you lean into the French news. I do usually just spell it because I try not to say my own name as much as I can my role pretty much since grade. School has been anything but loser. And we're good right. I love it now. Gabe you you have been a familiar presence to many of our fellow listeners. For a long time now since since the show began And we're going to have to be completely transparent with you Time is weird for US pre quarantine. We're not a hundred percent sure. How many episodes we've actually done but fans of other. Pike casts such as part-time genius by our friends will and mango. They may also recognize you. You you've worked with them in. The past is correct. Yeah that's right. I hooked up with them back in their mental floss days. And did some freelancing for that and when they made the jump to podcasts they brought me on board is their research guy and Yeah been doing that ever since with them and do a little work on next question with Katie couric too but yeah part time. Genius ridiculous history. Those are kind of my bread and butter at this point and the rest is podcast history. My friend That's how we like to refer to to what we do here ridiculous and we couldn't do without you and you had some big shoes to fill two with Christopher Hussy Yoda's who I always say is here in spirit. Cosc- was kind of our first research associates slash guru And his spirit lives on and You have truly picked up that mantle and carried it with APLOMB my friends so we We appreciate you so very much as do the ridiculous historians out there in podcast land. Well thanks guys. Yeah I always ask myself. What would Chris do when I pick atop? Christopher sends his blessing as well We have done our best to To make sure that our nemeses we have a couple of nemeses on the show. Gabe just WanNa be clear with you about that to make sure that they don't make an appearance on today's episode honestly. We don't know how it goes every time we're on on the Mike so so be wore. There may be there may not. We don't know for sure but we are. We were talking a little bit off air before we started rolling today. And you have some very close personal ties with today's topic which we're finally getting around to today stopping Which is something that might surprise. A lot of people to learn the artistic obsession with cats or even dare we say the mimetic obsession with cats Predates the Internet and in the West. We can trace some of this to like one guy. Yeah that's right. I mean he's kind of the father of the cat. Meme of about one hundred years before you know memes or the Internet even existed and Yeah I mean I'm obviously a Caq I myself. I work in podcasting off Mike primarily so yeah definitely a cat guy. This is the most prolific cap artist in history. I would say I feel pretty confident in that and of course his name is Louis Wain and he's a British nineteenth century of artist. Cat Artists specifically. Yeah now that sounds hyperbolic but as we are soon to learn. That superlative is earned. You'll recognize even if you don't know the name Louis Wain you have. We guarantee you seen some of his work. Maybe maybe let's learn a little bit about his early life. How He became. The father of the cat mean a no win win. Does his story really start? Would you say well it starts on day? One in Clerkenwell London on the fifth of August of eighteen sixty. He was born to a textile entrepreneur. Who was his father and his mother was French. And her name was Felicia Which is a name that I love to say out loud because it rolls off the tongue in a very feline kind of way and Louis Was Not alone. He was one of six children. And the only boy which I can't personally relate to and my father was the middle child among like five sisters and it is a tough row to Hoe. My friend let me tell you. He definitely Did Not come away from that situation. let's say completely sane. That's kind of putting it mildly. I'd say Yeah I mean you mentioned that. His father was in the textile business and actually goes much further than that like. His father was a traveling textile salesman but his maternal grandfather so his mom's dad was a tapestry designer himself and actually his mother was a designer of like Turkish style carpet patterns so this guy grew up surrounded by lots of color and patterns. It was just kind of ingrained him in from an early age a not just carpet and textile also wallpaper patterns it was everywhere and it really shows up particularly in his later art. Which will get to later but yeah. This was a guy who came from an artist's family. Yeah and it's interesting because he was always sort of a sponge for the these very visual aesthetics and we know that he was not considered prodigy in his early years of schooling right. No one's like Whoa look at all the math. This guy's doing. He's like a math doctor. Something he was he was already exhibiting young age talent and music and sports and his aesthetic talents led him to a student career studying at the West. London School of art. There's a great. There's there's a great article that you pulled gave from artsy dot net. That talks a little bit about his career in context of great cultural shifts. Right so we see in his career. You know a a microcosmic look at the shift from Victorian to Edwardian eras and what I thought was interesting about. This is it kind of provided the audience that he would later find as well as his so. It's interesting that.
"louis wain" Discussed on KFC Radio
"I mean we are First Party in Houston was like legendary. Everyone's talking like he didn't didn't feel like a house party and all these. I think we're just getting fucked up knowing about anything suit like party that sometime in the last couple years. We've had that because we like partnered with the wrong people and rough and rowdy we did last year was not a party is rough and rowdy. It was on this year. We're like we're just GONNA blow it out and hopefully like literally like burn it down and that's kind of what we did. It just didn't get to go longer but it was funny like so many people since that first party like it's a disaster it's a disaster like this is like kind of what we we wanted it to be something that we're GonNa talk about. Yeah we wanted to report we got into. They are still ask like every time we do something big business. Wise people like all they're going to sell out or they're going to change was very apropos on the week. Everyone we're like officially made it made. It made it made it. We were like Oh. Yeah but we're still gonNA shut down like a fan standpoint. Had to have been fucking awesome. I thought we would have gotten a lot of people complaining. Email like we've gotten very little the way it's still went to like one thirty shutdown compared to other parties and open bar the whole thing like everyone got their Miami and people were legless when they were leaving leaving so but as Kelly and Danielle are out there with a whole night and they're kind of like I'll fuck like trying to do what they need to help them like. Listen at this point like we just gotTa survive in advance. Yeah we're GONNA win this wittingly withdraw try to survive. That was really the end of the game. Like let's go as long as we can but it was really just like fasten your seatbelts. Like we're just GONNA have to grit our teeth and like just hold on tight so I kept thinking about what what the celebrities were going to do you and then I see maybe the funniest most lasting image. I'll ever have in my life. Is Shooter mcgavin Chris Christie. And I think it's the same sitting sitting on like a loan chair a single chair in the middle of a fucking flood river on the phone like screaming holding other era closed. Just trying to figure things out. It was a scene from titanic. was shooter mcgavin. Pretty much down knowing. That dude is like a party booze bag animal. I didn't even know he was in the mix. Until after the fact then the shooter mcgavin parody account retweets Portnoy pulled the night that ninety nine percent on me so I I mean. Did anybody like see what became of him he might be. You might have just been. Yeah that video from one of our sales guys like one of our clients sent me this I I actually talked and I think it was. I was like dude before. It's so funny and like I want you to understand how funny video overdue I'm not sending it so you like give me some love right right right right and make sure you watch it re write back. Just that to me I I would rather have a party bomb at the end gets shut down for that image. Then it'd be like hey the bar support. He was awesome last night. I was like should I put this. Does it make it look bad. He's like right. We don't go fuck this is so it's it's everywhere by everybody. Louis WAIN party in Atlanta last year whenever you took him like kissing me in whatever I was where is is this guy just always feel us on his phone with like so instead of like his sponsor play like I did it again. I went off the rails again a sponsored and just sitting by himself. That's the I mean again by himself. Look Buddy was in there a game. He was standing by himself and I was like no one really really not right for whatever. Reason didn't recognize him and I went and got him like brought him around to like a side thing and then I just caught him. I didn't see him until that video. Nobody has ever done better with like a cult classic role then that guy. He has milked every last bit of it. But you gotTA think we're getting to the point where that movies pushing like thirty years old right like I guarantee you put that guy in front of some kids. They're not gonNA. Maybe you could explain it in the big. Oh yeah I know that but just looking at them not gonna fix carpet and he just walked right and I'm like you didn't stop shooter. mcgavin the praying jail when I mean that to me was worth worth at all but but both seeing the blackout tour revived was pretty cool. At one point I had like a moment. I was like standing with Joe Borough and the Bosa family and like fights was gone so I was pretty much by myself or at least he's not any other barstool people and was looking out. I kind of have one of those moments especially as the blackout tour like revived and I was thinking like the only reason we got here is because that like saved us when we we were broke and now it's back again and we sold and all this shit and I was just like smiling ear to ear and then it all went to shit like instantly and I almost smiled more like the about when you gave me one of the blackout. When you were sitting next to Joe Brough did you think he looked like him? I see it I mean you know what the real reason is. We both have bags under is. I don't know why he has them. I got him in my life. That have just asked her but we both have the White Guy Daddy is but yeah I mean he like he was he was the perfect example of like England fog. Whatever it's raining it's crowded like yes we're at a party fucking? Let's roll boasts. A family make both the family goes hard family. Were great they were everybody in there was just. I love the bow so heart art. I'll ride for them forever. Now people trying to give nick trouble for following accounts on all right. I'm officially a space whenever it's just right there believable to that guy. His look is just unbelievable. Take notes if you can if you can pull off that look do it because that was trying to figure out like exactly what it looks like an eye just came it. Looks like Danny. From game of thrones and the color of it but he still pulls it off somehow. Yeah that was that was that was a little section. I can't believe like see their Joe Montana show. I mean I heard he was coming and I was like hell. Oh Montana was it. Jim Kelly from the buffalo bills. They were like the nicest family ever they were Jim. Kelly was the thing is you couldn't see past like are right in front of us. They're also crowded and you have no idea vicks and I'm like Cologne said tyreek Hill. was there like the one who played in the Super Bowl. He's like what he was like. What are you doing now? The Fuck Outta here. He said this. That's hilarious yeah you know. Hang out and play in a couple of days official headcount but what it ended up being. I know that we have in an hour over six thousand three doors down because the last year we didn't promote it really until until the end because we were worried about like it was a capacity issue. There where you don't want to have ten thousand people in this kind of we could just limit. We could let as many people as we wanted right but I think it was six thousand went through the door but like inside at one time I think it was four thousand something like Geez. That's still so many on man. Whatever the cars pulled up to drop off and I saw the line was basically wrapped around the entire fire building? It was like a strap. Let's which is good because people are gonNA show up at nine o'clock in Miami nine o'clock you're sleeping still. Yeah Yeah Yeah so but now everyone came out out in droves of hundreds and you're gonNA HAVE PTSD from it. I don't want anymore those and say you gotTa do one more but just like not. How Miami's emmys the perfect city for it lightly like Shit like that and I was surprised I mean next year Tampa Vegas is there after that? No I thought I thought it was Tampa than La. Either way they'd be like like Tampa Vegas Vegas some in some order you. Are you sad that it didn't like. I was bombed the next day Eric ten times because I was like then and like that was going to be like the Walker then. I realized that everyone was like it was kind of like inside. I wasn't drinking. I wasn't like in the mix I went inside was at like right when the blackouts started. Yeah and I didn't come back until the Fire Marshal in with me at one o'clock and that's when I could see like people just kind of hanging off the every like climbing up on I was yeah I was like I saw. NBA basically couldn't get any. You couldn't get any better than we were. I feel like I had to blow dry my hair when I got back like I literally looked like went and took a shower. I wouldn't drink my newest miserable. Part of my life went rock bottom basic. Because I was I was bombed I was like man. We spent six months like doing this. I wanted and it was going to be one of those and again people are talking about it the way I wanted it to be talked about but I ended up across the street at CCA unharmed frog probably. They must've taken like a Royal Caribbean cruise ship to Miami and I was just sitting there like drinking like those stupid Dana fucking soaking oaken wet. I'll sit there with my buddy from back home and I was like dude this. What happened this weekend? I end up here based off of like millionaire millionaire in the mix. Yeah Yeah that I think in the end. It's better like if you have a good part. Good story is able to remember it. You'll never forget. Yes expand forgetting Paulie. I even think about the amount of people who probably like. I bet so. Many people were like jumping into other people's Uber's survive. Who went home box and they partied together? Talk to you remember even if they go back a little bit of adversity actually kind of ratchets up the memorable aspect of it you have all the Super Bowl parties ladies. You've ever been juiced like yeah. We went to that party went to that. Whatever it's like you just talk about it again next year status? I remember obviously but I'm trying to think I don't like literally remember or like the venue and I remember like the sights and sounds. I'll remember that one way before I remember any other ones good or bad start to Eric. Phillies talking about shooter. mcgavin Eric. Hey what's going on Jim. Kelly and Chiro best friend makes sense Kelly's in the building shooter Kinda came along..
"louis wain" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"These GEICO also also I thought I was clicking on a profile of her but it was just a it was just a slide show of her red carpet looks but it made. It looked like it was. I was looking for some information but it just gave me you know the game is just gave. You actually sang a lot. That's very telling you know. So here's the thing so it says we always fuck up like not look up who someone has dated did in the past because usually you will find something interesting and sometimes we forget to do this. I just found something really upsetting about who she dated and she date this. Rancor story says that she date at Seth Macfarlane Creator Powerful. Now come on. That's what rancor says that's what rancor says it says the Orville co-stars Halsall As Seth McFarland started dating in September two thousand seventeen they have a twenty year age difference. They broke up in two thousand eighteen. Stop wait that's what it says. It sucks is useful search. I think they're gonNA come up together because he created the show that she acted on. They went on a lot of little one on one dates. Together Lindsey hulce's and someone Marlin don't that's it's really Seth Macfarlane Daily Mail Star spotted having dinner. Maybe giving her no. They went to select. They went to Lebron Hotspot Sushi Park in West. Hollywood they want it to be seen own Now is I thought something was married. He hasn't been in a relationship since breaking up. With game of thrones actress. Amelia Clarkin twenty thirteen. After six months together so click for six six months according to the Daily Mail and no no although there were no uh-huh PDA's the couple looked very happy together. This is really funny because the the the description of the date. Just sort of veers until it changes lanes like whenever you're changing lanes and because you look look at your phone and then you accidentally veer into the other lane that his. What's happening in this story? It says Halston plays the devoted lieutenant. Laura Keeton the chief of security. She's a member of the zillion race which inhabits inhabits a high gravity planet giving her greater than human strength. So if I were accidentally reading this and thinking I was reading about Holson stage I would say oh well you didn't know. She's a member of the ZILLION race. What's happened to high gravity planet? ALANTIC giving her greater than human strength honestly. That's like more information about our than we have currently so I'd take it. I have one tweet of hers that I think you would like that would make you fall in love with her. Legs Ephron Ready. You think I would like it when you saw pete you'll be like wow. I love Halston sage. It's a Soloviev her in bed holding a Mug of coffee with milk in it and it says my favorite drink and my favorite city. What city is she in? Where is her favorite city? I think just assume assume it's New York it's fine. What one person did you have on your wall when you were in high school? Oh no kidding. Tara banks just IRA purple bathing suit. Because in other relationships like plow through these but we clearly can't plow through anything. This happened a while ago but we mentioned it on the on. Her billionaire. Boyfriend broke up Hassan Asandra meal. They broke up after three years of dating from you. Nothing about him except for aside from the fact that he dated Riana big kept this quiet. Very Riana keeps things private Ronald Rana's glitter and that came out which I was surprised about. Yeah so when that's of happens and you assume rightly wrongly that it's because like really wanted us to know. This wanted us to know that the officially over otherwise. I don't think that that would be everywhere you know. Single and ready to Fuck uh-huh release the album or I'm single ready okay. Who else? What else happened here is the album where is stupid love that I've never heard where Israeli donnas album which is finished by the way she said it was not a podcast for that? This is a podcast. We're talking about princess love and rage who are not together we. They've been back and forth but they are not together either. I don't remember this. This is cry Wolf Riana and Hassan. You'll keep things quiet. They don't make announcements Princess Levin Ray j all they do is defined defined the relationship publicly. That's all they do is yes we are no. We're not we're not. I don't believe this that's true. That's true just because they are not together right now doesn't mean they will be together tomorrow. Okay fine who is not the reason I put this here so this was on Boston. Yesterday's Super Bowl Buddha up low Wayne Latisha make their first outing as a couple Louis. Wain Latisha our grading the reason why I put this here was because Latte last last night a Cyberman. 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"louis wain" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Nineteen eighty. Joe Louis Arena. You're there is an all all star for the first time were you. Why did you take it all in What did I think I took it all in but I was very nervous? I mean it's very intimidating to be in a room with Gordy Howe laid Wayne Gretzky was it was just verse one and all the great players I played against growing up watching and all of a sudden. You're there and you're part of it and it was very intimidated. I was very wide eyed and it was very exciting for me and when Wayne was there did everybody no. I mean there was so much hype since he was little but did you know he's going to end up living up all the hype. Did everybody in the league since it even then day one. I don't know if everybody the height was there. There's no question of whether or not you could leave. It was going to do what he's done. which is which is unfathomable? They have over two thousand points in this league in his career but I mean he was heighten for him. The Great Gordie Howe was there. There was gorgeous last all star game so The whole height was about Wayne in about Gordian Gordian already proven himself. So it'd be but Wayne did after that first. All Star game became an ultra the rest of his career and it was pretty special. So I I really was was was really exciting for me to be a part of all that ever freak you out to look around here at the players club or in the buildings Wayne's here again I know he's got the Saint Louis ties but it's and he wasn't here very long as a player. It's sort of cool. That he has a connection to this franchise yet very flattering wondering. Actually go to the city of Saint Louis. Wain shoes chose to stay here. He's has a house here. I mean Janez. Obviously from here so it's part of their of their. Ah Identity is to be a part of Saint Louis but I know it's great every time he said I love the response and the crowd gets. I was actually surprised me was sitting in the middle of the stand the other night usually we told you take yeah top. Yeah exactly so but he. I mean waiting such a classy guy and to be a part of the really still bills still apart of the blues and he was very excited for lose to win the cup here. He loves it here in Saint Louis and it's great to every time that he's in town or at the nineteen eighty all star game. Jolo is six three Wales winning fifth straight win the whales. I'm sure you remember the score. You assisted you know who scored that goal. No Kurt Nielsen. The near the can't can't Ugh. I can't read my own writing I can say Nielsen Okay. You're assist hide the game two in the second period. Okay well I we. I believe we lost that game. We we were losing three. Okay okay next year Inglewood. You won the game. Do you remember the. MVP Nineteen eighty-one Igloo. I do remember that yes Maine Babich and Ludi and I were all all three. Three of US went to the All Star game. In fact Tommy Woodcock was our trainer and he was there as a as a member of the training staff. They were so it was very exciting. We got a chance to play against a win. And I I played with Eddie Johnson was on are we actually had the task of shadowy the triple Crown Line Dion Taylor and Charlie Simmer and we did very well against them. So we're getting we won. The game was going. Oh now I got four one Campbell. Conference wins so you snap the whales winning streak had five right very you learn things on this show I do I do but I didn't know what the scoreless let's do. This again. Live from the Kinda. I enjoy the ambiance here. People are one of the background noise. People you were saying. Hi to Bernie's they walked by. This has been fun. Bernie emigrate weak banks. Always a pleasure..
"louis wain" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Be catching a six forty five AM eastern train to our nation's capital as I'll be taking the Amtrak get at about ten ten and then my friend was some and go to the pats in and Redskins get my premise tell me that you have about a half mile walk. to the stadium so we have it all nice and early half mile walk and probably be enjoying a few adult beverages herself you're a big tail gate person beer kind of sore what would be the recommended beer for the tail gate coming up later today and you probably won't go in I. P. A. because you got to move a little bit quickly with the limited time that will have in the parking lot before the game. you know me by now I like something low light Natty I like something you know watery. and something that I can drink a lot of. to get me to the spot where I want to be. yeah whether that be like a bud light you know the keystone light now you like Mel like Miller lite Hey what course like anyone Lehtinen Carmelite yeah sure why not hi. okay that's fine yeah no I'll put on your tab no problem thank you I feel like I'm now for L. show will have the shots of the beers and everything. I think any hard liquor I don't know see I I'm not running the tail gate I got the ticket some showing up we're going to the game and still you might want to look a little list here some yeah it's supposed to like seventy two seventy three all really I rose is gonna be the one yeah I can I love my apartment and I said you know what let me go back and get the windbreaker and at least have a jacket and I looked at the weather reports at seventy two seventy three degrees so if you had the gall mixed drink give me what receptor would be gone with the mixed drink pineapple vodka launches rocker panel box I like that yeah I can be down with that now I wonder how many white claws there will be because I remember over the summer I tag John marches afternoon radio W. I. P. in Philadelphia's been a big advocate of white cloth and great G. noddy has is while he welcomed me to the white cloth movement had like two white cloth and that was it and I haven't had it since I wonder how many people will be drinking white call because the reaction I got what I had that tweet over the summer that I was trying to light claw all he had so many people getting their angry Twitter fingers into the anti white call debates at all that's not a manly drink are you drinking a white glossy one wonderful can have nice thing exactly because I thought the White call is very enjoyable of course it is so it's flavorful do you like it's a light exactly perfect tailgate drinking beer do you think they'll be a lot of white cloth the tail gate maybe not so much now that like we're turning to fall but see more of a summer drink maybe this will be the true test of the popularity of away call in that it's it's it's an all season kind of thing they have not just the summer not a summer thing right so now we'll see what the real popularity is of the white claw what's your favorite tell gave food by the way anything you put on a grilled. yeah I mean let me so hard about this wings anything on a blanket can you put it on the grill of course then there you go gonna have some stake to assure you don't the kilo hotel good tail gate is the key yeah obviously beer but I'm talking food wise you have to start your tail gate off. of course some adult beverages but in terms of food. a very simple meat and cheese platter kicks off the chatter if you want to go some all I love shark general sharp cheddar but if you want to Monterey Jack if you wanna go blues you to. but you don't usually expect the tail gate he does some shrimp till okay you grow some shrimp as an appetizer has to take it no did you yeah. I went to oyster by by the way New York City had some scallops absolutely delicious nice fantastic **** on the seafood day so you go little shrimp you go all meat and cheese cheese platter then you got to have. a ton of burgers than steak fillet Mignon skirt steak make some cheese steaks do that route maybe even have some spicy sausages well that's the tail gate that's a very good tail gate and you give me some wings too I'm all good together you're gonna be fine yeah I think I'll be fine now I'm just open the people that organizing the tail gate. since this is not in my hands I love the food and drink so that only about like an hour hour and a half of tailgating the day do. offer job is Bella check would say do your job that's what message to my friend and his friends as we're going to the tail gate today for the patriots of the red skins then we'll go in we'll see the pats kick some Washington talk us that's what's going to happen. that's the game where if your football fan you know your team to win by a lot you just hope everyone gets to the game healthy. that's what yelp all right let's get back to the baseball. so it is an interesting numbers from MLB dot com instructor Wayne right later today for ten for Soroka VyStar rookie had a one point five five year a on the road this season that's the best road ERA by any pitcher since Roger Clemens who at one point three two ERA in two thousand and five sirocco out no more than three runs it any of it sixteen road outings including two runs or fewer and fourteen of the sixties sixteen a outings great numbers. we'll see if it carries over though and you can replicate similar numbers in the post season in Wayne right you go from an experience of a post season to a ton of experience also via MLB dot com the veteran Wayne right gets the ball first twenty fifth career postseason game and thirteenth start as the end of the S. goes back to Saint Louis Wain Wright has a three oh three career playoff the already including an outstanding one point seven to mark at Busch Stadium so you have a little Braves at all cardinals coming up later today at four ten PM eastern and then when you get to the other game seven forty five PM eastern you know right use going for the Dodgers it's a decision that Dave Martinez has do you go always sure Sir in game number three or do you go in a ball Sanchez in game number three ensures during game number four. as long as yours are feels fine. I will go over sure is your in game number three. this is a huge momentum game for the day for the nationals could you add the Dodgers for the first time feel uncomfortable I knew could really put that pressure in place. if they go on and get a victory and put the Dodgers and elimination spot from here on out in the NLDS. this is the playoffs I know we pitched in the wild card game which is on Tuesday night right the NL wild card game was Tuesday night. then he pitched on Friday only gave thirteen pages was magnificent I think you have to pitch him on Sunday I think you have to pitch in later today and sure there is trouble the little bit. down the stretch. he's a better option than Sanchez. and give me your best chance to win go all in go get a game three victory and then you put the Dodgers in an uncomfortable spot I understand how you could go centers in game three and insurers are in game four but I'm about continuing on that momentum in the post season and if you lose game three I question if you could get that momentum back you could really take control of this series with the game three win later today but you're better pitcher on the mound Galway's Cher's and even though it's a little bit in a situation that you wouldn't love to have in terms of within pitching on Friday even though it was only one ending I don't care it's the playoffs throwing all these stuff out the window and go with your best store especially when it was a Thursday form anyway so that wouldn't be me I would go with sure is or if I was the man job ago sure is there and we haven't had the announcement yet I thought we would get a chance when yesterday but Hey I guess they're gonna take those. right up until the you you think well not when you think the announces Christopher. there's nothing that says they have to no they don't do you think they'll make that announcement. for first page or do you think they'll just may want to wait and see you know who goes out to the bullpen before the game I think they will. they will announce a starter pregame yeah it's usually is usually ninety nine times out of a hundred everyone does model lineup burn but also media thing as well he imagine they make you wait until you have the ever the starters we'll go out to the bullpen for warm ups if you really want to play a game of gamesmanship send both out there have a former why not I usually don't see that roars did it last year with Wade Miley when they had and pitched a one better to start the game remember yeah that's right they did the same thing and then they had the yeah wait Miley push to one better than I was it cold and is it and I was it you're right that was right council was trying to get that advantage. some yeah maybe do have that all right so I go sure is a regardless and then Soroka Wayne right it's experience and experience it gives all the numbers you can probably throw them out the window because it's a blast let me though here FS one this was Girardi last night during the game great job by Kenny Albert bringing up the Mets in the broadcast to get a little read on Joe Girardi and we know he's interested but they put him in a position and I think the audio is very telling. the research on fiddle also killed I have a little bit. he's pretty good for. to the Mets games this year is going to be hidden second. and taking the fifth broadcaster right now AJ. today you'll be here for the duration of this I will be. great job by Kenny Albert is your present ski on FS one. get in that audio out of Girardi that doesn't mean Girardi stuff we going to be the manager. maybe they know something though and there. things and being around your already that maybe we don't. I think you're already so next year I don't think it's gonna be Chicago I think Chicago is going to want to bring in an experienced manager after having a big name manager in there. for getting rid of Madden so I don't think he's gonna go to Chicago I think Jordy wants to go to Chicago but I don't think he's gonna get off for the job it looks like the angels are going to put their sights on mad in. the message you're already to me it's a perfect situation as a met fan I want to see Joe Girardi as the next Mets manager well the Mets Pam that's one question and does Brody want to try to make a big splash and bring in Girardi would make perfect sense and I will bring some credibility and trust into the organization or does Brody want to say that I want to make my own big splash to bring in an experienced manager and do something a little bit interesting and really still have me controlling this team because if you get an argument which are already the fan base gonna take your RT side the Mets should be smart here then why get in get out of the way. apple delegation and will ponds. get Joe Girardi to New York we come back we talk Jerry Jones a dark brown. press one online physician consultation only available at the decision to turn to restrictions appropriate subscription required too.
"louis wain" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A full slate of games including Brady and the pats on the road in Washington and the ravens and steel is renewing their AFC north rivalry check your local listings for the game in your area and it all begins with JB and the guys on the NFL today at noon eastern nine Pacific on CBS after the show I'll be catching a six forty five AM eastern train to our nation's capital as I'll be taking the Amtrak get at about ten ten and then my friend was Tom and go to the pats in and Redskins game a premise tell me that you have about a half mile walk. to the stadium so we have it all nice and early half mile walk and probably be enjoying a few adult beverages herself your big tail gate person beer kind of sore what would be the recommended beer for the tail gate coming up later today and you probably won't go on I PSA because you got to move a little bit quickly with the limited time that will have in the parking lot before the game. you know me by now I like something low light Natty alike something you know watery. and something that I can drink a lot of. to get me to the spot where I want to be. yeah whether that be like a bud light you know the keystone light now you like Mel like Miller lite Hey look what course like anyone Lehtinen Carmelite yeah sure why not all right. okay that's fine yeah I'll put on your tab no problem thank you I feel like I'm not for L. show will have the shots of the beers and everything I think any hard liquor I don't know see I I'm not running the tail gate I got the ticket some showing up we're going to the game and Jill you might want to look a little with your thumb yeah I suppose like seventy two seventy three all really I rose is gonna be the one yeah I can I love my apartment and I said you know what let me go back and get the windbreaker and at least have a jacket and then I looked at the weather reports at seventy two seventy three degrees so if you had the gall mixed drink give me what receptor would be gone with the mixed drink pineapple vodka Lauren she's like a pineapple vodka I like that yeah I can be down with that now I wonder how many white claws there will be because I remember over the summer I tag John marches afternoon radio W. I. P. in Philadelphia's been a big advocate of white cloth and great G. noddy has is while he welcomed me to the white cloth movement had to like two white cloth and that was dated I haven't had it since I wonder how many people will be drinking white cloth because the reaction I got what I had that tweet over the summer that I was trying to white claw all he had so many people getting their angry Twitter fingers into the entire white collar debates at all I'm not a manly drink how you're gonna white close you want what we can't have nice things yeah exactly because I thought the white clothes very enjoyable of course it is so it's flavorful deep liked it's a light exactly perfect tailgate drinking beer do you think they'll be a lot of white cloth the tail gate maybe not so much now that like we're turning to fall but see more of a summer drink maybe this will be the true test of the popularity of away call in that it's it's it's an all season kind of thing they have not just the summer at a summer thing right so that we'll see what the real popularity is of the white claw what's your favorite tell gave. by the way anything you put on a grilled. yeah I mean to me so hard about this wings anything on a blanket can you put it on the grill of course then there you go gonna have some stake to assure you don't the kilo hotel good tail gate is. key yeah obviously beer I'm talking food wise you have to start your tail gate off. of course some adult beverages but in terms of food. a very simple meat and cheese platter kicks off the chatter if you want to go some all I love shark general sharp cheddar but if you want to Monterey Jack if you want a little booze G. to. if you don't usually expect the tail gate he does some shrimp till okay grill some shrimp as an appetizer has to take it no did you yeah. I went to oyster by by the way New York City had some scallops absolutely delicious nice fantastic **** on the seafood day so you go shrimp you go all meat and cheese platter then you got to have. a ton of burgers then stay out fully Mignon skirt steak make some cheese steaks do that route maybe even have some spicy sausages well that's a tail gate that's a very good tail gate and you give me some wings too I'm all good together you're gonna be fun yeah I think I'll be fine now I'm just open the people that organizing the tail gate. since this is not in my hands I love the food and drink so that only about like an hour hour and a half of tail gating that they do the proper job is Bella check would say do your job that's my message to my friend and his friends as we're going to the tail gate today for the patriots of the red skins then we'll go in we'll see the pats kick some Washington talk us that's what's going to happen. that's the game where if your football fan you know your team to win by a lot you just hope everyone gets to the game healthy. that's what yelp alright let's get back to the baseball. so it is interesting numbers from MLB dot com instructor Wayne right later today for ten for Soroka the star Ricky had a one point five five year a on the road this season that's the best road ERA by any pitcher since Roger Clemens who at one point three two ERA in two thousand and five sirocco out no more than three runs in any of his sixteen road outings including two runs or fewer and fourteen of the sixteen X. sixteen a outings great numbers. let's see if it carries over though and you can replicate similar numbers in the post season in Wayne right you go from an experience of a post season to a ton of experience also via MLB dot com the veteran Wayne right gets the ball first twenty fifth career postseason game and thirteenth start as the end of the S. goes back to Saint Louis Wain Wright has a three oh three career playoff the already including an outstanding one point seven to mark at Busch Stadium so you have a little Braves at all cardinals coming up later today at four ten PM eastern and then when you get to the other game seven forty five PM eastern you know right use going for the Dodgers it's a decision that Dave Martinez has do you go always sure Sir in game number three or do you go in a ball Sanchez and get number three ensures during game number four. as long as sure as our feels fine. I will go over sure is your game number three. this is a huge momentum game for the day for the nationals could you add the Dodgers for the first time feel uncomfortable I knew could really put that pressure in place. if they go on and get a victory and put the Dodgers and elimination spot from here on out in the NLDS. this is the playoffs I know we pitched in the wild card game which is on Tuesday night right the NL wild card game was Tuesday night. then he pitched on Friday only gave thirteen pages was magnificent I think you have to pitch him on Sunday I think you have to pitch in later today and sure there has struggled a little bit. down the stretch. he's a better option than Sanchez. and give me your best chance to win go all in go get a game three victory and then you put the Dodgers in an uncomfortable spot I understand how you could go Sanches in game three and insurers are in game four but I'm about continuing on that momentum in the post season and if you lose game three I question if you could get that momentum back you could really take control of this series with the game three win later today but you're better pitcher on the mound Galway's Cher's and even though it's a little bit any situation that you would love to have in terms of within pitching on Friday even though it was only one ending I don't care it's the playoffs for all these stuff out the window and go with your best store especially when it was a birthday form anyway so that would be me I will go with sure is or if I was the man job ago sure is there and we haven't had the announcement yet I thought we would get an ounce for yesterday but Hey I guess they're gonna take those. right up until the you you think well not what do you think they'll announces Christopher. there's nothing that says they have to no they don't do you think they'll make that announcement. for first page or do you think they'll just Hey what the wait and see you know who goes out to the bullpen before the game I think they will. they will announce a starter pregame yeah usually is usually ninety nine times out of a hundred everyone does not have the line up and their social media thing as well he imagine they make you wait until you have the whatever the starters we'll go out to the bullpen for warm ups if you really want to play a game of gamesmanship send both out there have a both Walmart one they usually don't see that roars did it last year with Wade Miley when they had and pitched a one better to start the game remember yeah that's right they did the same thing I and then they had the yeah wait Miley pushed one better and that was it okay pulled and is it and I was it you're right that was right council was trying to get that advantage. some now maybe do have that all right so I go sure zero regardless and then Soroka Wayne right it's experience and experience it gives all the numbers you can probably throw them out the window because it's a blast let me though here FS one this was Girardi last night during the game great job by Kenny Albert bringing up the Mets in the broadcast to get a little read on Joe Girardi now we know he's interested but they put him in a position and I think the audio.
"louis wain" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A. member FDIC copyright twenty eighteen Capital One coming up on KCBS one bay area Labor Day picnic bringing a hint of politics to the table. KCBS used on for fifteen at the US open I guess you'd call a big upset hunka yeah and they lost a huge draw defending champion Naomi Osaka falls in straight sets seven five six four to number thirteen Belinda venture cheer of Switzerland right now I have this feeling of sadness but I also feel like. I learned so much during this tournament soccer says she would have loved to have defended her title but the steps that I've taken as a person have been much greater than like I would imagine at this point so I hope that I can keep growing and I know that if I keep working hard then of course all have better results meanwhile a lease Merton's of Belgium knocked out Cristiano the US six one six one Donna vekic of Croatia Sir and saved a match point in the second set went on to beat Julia goerges of Germany six seven seven five and six three Taylor Townsend of the U. S. will take on number fifteen Breanna address queue of Canada coming up at six PM men's play a round of sixteen Schwartzman of Argentina over Zverev of Germany and for a teeny of Italy over Rublev of Russia in straight sets small fees up a set on and horror of Spain a doll plays chill it's later on baseball cardinals over the giants three to one in Saint Louis Wain right seven shutout innings for the win Mauricio do bond his first major league home run for the giants only run that came in the eighth comes over the mariners five to one so the giants in the back of the wild Kerr were twenty five to play at the sports desk Kevin read H. K. CBS let's say you just bought a house bad.
"louis wain" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Was not a weapon of war and if you call a weapon of war i mean you know most soldiers have a sidearm two and that i don't even know what it is in the always the glock you could say that a glock is a weapon of war whatever they're near taking into i mean it's just anything that's associated with the military so an m r e i guess is is has to do with the war i mean just because it's a meal ready to eat it's just it's it's it's a classic basic misunderstanding of what weaponry does and what its purpose is and if this gun this guy hand is not an automatic or three round burst it's not a weapon of war it's just a regular rifle now it's fairly powerful right but certainly not most powerful out there and it's certainly not the weapon of choice with most people who commit mass murder but because you're focusing on this then that's you know so if we were to ban the ar fifteen is that going to stop mass murders in the short answer is no not even close it's not going to slow him down isn't it now what they've done in florida with this red flag law which was little known and they've already snagged one guy on is if they think that you're crazy enough that you then they'll take your weapons away from you and people all while they've already nabbed one guy and if you haven't heard this you will the reason they nabbed the guy is because he is crazy and he is delusional and those people don't need to have a bunch of guns and ammo lying run they just don't anyway quick time out we got some sound from the president on this opioid crisis he was speaking in new hampshire will share that with you and your phone calls coming up next wtn news center i'm pamela furr with your top stories well severe weather is on tap for this afternoon and in fact the national weather service has issued a tornado watch for southern middle tennessee that includes counties like maury murray that is lawrence marshall louis wain bedford more giles franklin and lincoln counties it's all until eleven o'clock tonight so again a tornado watch in effect for southern middle tennessee stay with super talk ninety nine seven wtn for the latest on the weather this afternoon that is the latest news brought to.