#2Sides: My Autobiography by David Winner, Rio Ferdinand

By David Winner, Rio Ferdinand

Candid, outspoken and supremely sincere, and together with interviews with these on the subject of him, #2Sides is Rio's designated tale: from his early days in Peckham, via to selecting up the Champions League trophy on a wet summer's evening in Moscow, #2Sides is the tell-all account of a unprecedented and arguable lifestyles within the video game. On profitable and wasting; on protecting and attacking; on Moyes, administration and fellow gamers; on John Terry, misplaced friendships and ongoing rivalries; at the love and hate of the gorgeous video game; and on enjoying for membership, state and for your self - this can be a complete spectrum of existence on the very most sensible of the footballing tree, and an outstanding retrospective of a very attention-grabbing profession.

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By the way, the Paris street scenes did not have any faces in them. ”33 Keane wrote in his autobiography that he met Margaret in “late Spring of 1955” at the annual outdoor exhibition of the Society for Western Artists. Walter claimed he was there to show his stylized paintings of the “lost children” he’d encountered in Hong Kong, Tahiti, and Chinatown in San Francisco. It seems likelier that he was showing Paris street scenes and not all the alleged works he’d done in those exotic settings. During the early 1950s, when Keane claimed he was developing his art and showing it to famous people, it’s more likely he was Gray Flannel Suit: The Reinvented Walter Keane selling real estate and appearing at local art festivals.

He drew a hot bath for the two of us and asked me to wash his back. I laughed and told him Mama did Walter’s. When we got out of the tub, Jacques asked me if I would kiss his hard penis. ” He took my hand and with violence in his voice demanded I hold it and kiss it or he would hit me across the face. I was, and still am, terrified. I told him “No” and begged him to go away. All the time his fingers were tickling me between my thighs. 21 Overcome by rage and despair, Colette drops out of sight.

The children in your paintings are so sad. It hurts my eyes to see them. ” 35 Of course Keane isn’t the kind of artist who lets just anybody touch his canvases, and he coldly reprimands her. ” 36 Margaret apologizes and explains that other than a part-time gig painting neckties, she has little background or training in the fine arts. Later, when the art show ends, she reappears, offering to help him pack up all of his paintings. Ever the obliging gentleman, he invites his new admirer to join him and a handful of North Beach artists for dinner and drinks.

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