Episode #48: Let Them Eat Koi! May 27, 2022
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- Leaving Facebook, again!
- Warhol stole our colors
- Drought is real
- "The Sugar Shack", Ernie Barns
- Barns, Wyeth, Rockwell, Holyfield
- Sugar Shack vs The Mona Lisa
- Doesn't matter what is real
- Stupid or boring, both!
- 00:07 - Cookies and podcasts don't mix
- 00:55 - 72hrs of Facebook is enough!
- 02:05 - "Faking" a breach for a phone number?
- 03:30 - James plays "chicken" with Instagram, and wins!
- 04:05 - Panic de-activation
- 04:55 - They know what you did last summer
- 06:02 - Black and white and mostly people I don't know
- 08:30 - Artist name correction: "One Beach Plastic", Richard and Judith Lang
- 09:25 - Ozzie Osborn is alive, but James remain unconvinced (or maybe just doesn't care)
- 09:50 - Our opinions are not legal advice AND neither of us are lawyers!
- 10:15 - Warhol' and SubRant's common-color-ground
- 10:55 - Just get a real camera!
- 11:57 - What is a "Super Market Star"? Catherine is.
- 12:45 - Drought of content about a drought
- 13:55 - Calabasas Koi
- 14:45 - Wealth and the American "Porpoise"
- 16:45 - Symbiotic relationship between rich people and big goldfish explained
- 17:11 - "Let them eat koi!"
- 17:50 - Good Times! Another art auction, another $15,000,000!
- 18:20 - "The Sugar Shack", by Ernie Barns
- 19:07 - He fills the canvas with movement!
- 19:46 - "Country Ride" 1982 reminiscent but not derivative of Wyeth
- 21:35 - Barnes: "abstraction not exaggeration"
- 22:20 - Similar to Rockwell, in that they are both illustrators of ideas
- 24:21 - John Holyfield
- 25:03 - Back to Warhol, it's just a t-shirt
- 25:30 - "The Sugar Shack" vs. "Mona Lisa"
- 26:30 - We're not meat bags, we're a simulation
- 28:37 - Do you prefer stupid or boring?
- 29:26 - Twitter poll fail
- 30:15 - Go wash your car