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"george philip" Discussed on Creepify

Creepify

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"george philip" Discussed on Creepify

"F. Gin was born in La. Crosse County Wisconsin on August twenty seventh nineteen O six. The second of two boys of George Philip gain an Augusta gain had an elder brother. Henry George Gain Augusta hated. Her husband and Alcoholic was able to keep a job he had worked at various times carpenter. Tanner an insurance salesman. George owned local grocery shop for few years but sold the business and the family left to the city to live in an isolated hundred and fifty five Acre farm in the town of plainfield which became the GIN families. Permanent Residents Augusta took advantage of the farms isolation by turning away outsiders who could have influenced or sons. Edward left the farm only to attend school outside of school. He spent most of his time doing chores on the farm. Augusta was religious and nominally. Lutheran priest her boys about immortality the world the evil drinking and her belief that all women except herself were naturally instruments of the devil sheared time every afternoon. Read to them. The Bible usually selecting verses from the Old Testament concerning death murder and divine retribution. Edward was shy and classmates and teachers remembered him as having strange mannerisms such as seemingly random laughter as if he was laughing his own personal jokes to make matters worse as mother punished him. Whenever you try to make friends. Despite his poor social development he did fairly well in school particularly in reading on April first. Nineteen forty it's by the George died of heart. Failure caused by his alcoholism he was sixty. Six years of age. Henry and ED began doing odd jobs around town to help cover living expenses. The brothers were generally considered reliable honest by residents of the community Wa both worked as handymen at also frequently babysat for neighbors. He enjoyed babysitting seeming to relate more easily to children than adults. Henry began dating and divorced single mother of two and plan on moving in with her Henry worried about his brother's attachment to their mother and often spoke ill of her around Ed. Who responded with shock and hurt on May Sixteenth Nineteen Forty Four? Henry and ED was burning away. Marsh vegetation on the property the fire though got out of control drawing the attention of the local fire department by the end of the day. The fire having being sting wished and the firefighters going. Ed reported his brother missing with lanterns and flashlights. A SEARCH PARTY SEARCHED FOR HENRY. Who's dead body was found lying face down? Apparently he had been dead for some time and it appeared that the cause of death was heart failure since he had not been burned. Or you know injured otherwise. It was later reported in herald biography of GIN. That Henry had bruises on his head. The police dismissed the possibility of foul play and the county coroner later officially listed. I fix Asian as the causes death. Your thirties accepted the accident. Theory but no official investigation was ever conducted. An autopsy was never performed some suspected that Ed gin killed his brother. Questing gained about the death of Bernice warden in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven state investigator. Joe Will brought up questions about Henry's death. George studied the case wrote that. In retrospect it was possible and likely that injuries death was Cain and Abel Aspect of this case Guinness. Mother were now alone. Gusta had a paralysing stroke though. Surely after Henry's death and again devoted himself taking care of her sometime in one thousand nine hundred eighty five zero gin later recounted he and his mother visited a man named Smith who lived nearby purchase drawl according to again Augusta witnessed Smith beating a dog a woman inside the Smith. Home came outside and yelled at him to stop but Smith beat the dog. Death Augusta was extremely upset by the scene. However what bothered did not appear to be the brutality toward the dog but rather the presence of the woman Augusta told at a woman was not married as Smith so she had no business being there. Smith Harlot Augusta angrily called her. She had a second stroke soon after and her health deteriorated rapidly. She died on December. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Forty five at the age of sixty seven. Ed was devastated by her death. In the words of the author Herald he had lost his only friend and only true love and he was absolutely alone in this world. Gin held on the farm and earn money from our jobs. He boarded up rooms used by his mother including the upstairs downstairs parlor and living room leaving them untouched. While the rest of the house became increasingly squalid these rooms remained pristine gin live thereafter in a small room next to the kitchen around this time. He became interested and reading pop magazines and adventure stories. Particularly those involving cannibals were Nazis. Gin was a handyman and received a farm subsidy from the federal government starting nineteen fifty one. He occasionally worked for the local municipal road crew and crops rushing crews in the area sometime though between nine hundred forty six and nineteen fifty-six he also sold about eighty acres parcel of land that his brother Henry owned but on the morning of November Sixteen Nineteen fifty seven plainfield hardware store owner Bernice warden disappeared. Plainfield resident reported that the hardware store truck had been driven out from the rear of the building at around nine thirty. Am The hardware store was closed the entire day. Some area residents believed that this was because of deer hunting season. Bernice Wardens Son. Deputy Sheriff Frank Warden into the store around five o'clock. Pm to find the doors. Cash Register Open and bloodstains on the floor. Frank Warren told investigators that edgy and had been in the store that evening before his mother's disappearance that he will return the next morning for a gallon of antifreeze. A sales slip for a gallon of Anna. Freeze was the last receipt written by warden. On that morning she disappeared on the evening of the same day game was arrested at West Bloomfield. Grocery store and county sheriff's department searched again. Far County sheriff's deputy discovered wards a capitated body and shit against property hung upside down by her legs with a crossbar at her ankles and ropes at her. Rhys Torso was dressed like a near ship and shot with a twenty two caliber rifle and the mutilations were made after searching the house authorities have found the remaining whole human bones and fragments a waste basket made of human skin human skin covering several chair seats scars on his bedpost. Female SKULLS SOME WITH TOPS. Sawn-off bowls made from the human skulls of course at May from female torso skinless shoulders to waist leggings. Made from human leg skin masks made from the skin of female heads. Mary Hogan's face mask in a paper bag. Mary Hogan's skull in Box. Bernie's wardens entire head and a burlap sack Bernice wardens heart in a plastic bag in front of gains potbellied stove nine Volvos in a shoebox a young girls dress and the two females judge have been about fifteen years old. A belt made from female human nipples four noses a pair of lips on a window shade drawstring lamp shade made from the skin of a human face fingernails from female fingers. These artifacts were photographed at the State Crime Laboratory and then destroyed when question again told investigators that between nineteen forty seven in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. He made as many as forty. Nocturnal visits to three local graveyards. Zoom recently buried bodies while he was in a daze like state on about thirty of those visits. He said he came out of the days when the cemetery left the grave in good order and return home empty-handed on the other Cajun's he dug up the greatest recently buried middle aged woman. He brought in reassembled his mother. He took the bodies home where he tanned their skins to make his paraphernalia. Gin stealing from nine graves from local cemeteries and let investigators to their locations. Allen of the State Crime Laboratory participated in opening three test. Graves identified by again. The the caskets were inside wooden boxes. Atop boards. Ran Cross ways. Not lengthwise the tops. The boxes were about two feet below the services. Sandy Soil Gin at rob the gray soon after the funerals while the grades were not pleaded the test graves zoom because authorities run certain as to whether the slight gain was capable of single. Hanley digging up a grave. During a single evening they were found again described. Two of the exumed were found empty. One had a crowbar in place of the body. One casket was empty. One cask again fell to open when he lost his pry bar and most of the bodies was gone from the third grave. You're GonNa Return Rings and some body parts soon. After his mother's death game began to create a woman suit so that he could become his mother to literally crawl into her skin. Gin denied having sex with the body's heat explaining they smelled to bed during State Crime Laboratory. Here Gatien get also admitted to shooting get the Mary Hogan a tavern owner missing since nineteen fifty four whose head was found in his house but he later denied memory of details of her death sixteen-year-old youth whose parents were friends again and who attended ballgames movies with them reported. That again. Kept shrunken heads in his house. Which described as relics from the Philippines sent my cousin who had served in the islands during World War. Two bond investigation by police determined to be human facial skins carefully peeled from the corpses.

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"george philip" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"george philip" Discussed on KTOK

"Shot the employee in the late get democratic presidential candidate Beto o'rourke in Oklahoma today he said he wants to call attention to the issue of domestic terrorism this morning he was in Tulsa at the site of the nineteen twenty one Tulsa race massacre in this afternoon he visited the Oklahoma City national memorial and museum right now he is in Norman getting ready for a campaign rally there a body was found this morning on a road near to come said the Pottawatomie county sheriff's office says the victim might have been hit by a vehicle and killed the body was found near Benson Park Road and Gordon Cooper drive and a shooting in Chickasha police say a forty year old man was riding a bicycle last night when a vehicle pulled up beside I'd him and a shot was fired the man on the bicycle was shot in the chest he was taken by medical helicopter to a hospital in Oklahoma City his condition has not been released and a fourteen year old boy ordered to stand trial as an adult in the fatal shooting of a man during a burglary the boy is due back in Oklahoma county District Court September eighteenth for a pre trial conference here's Brian gained first server Joseph get Arese being held without bond a school resource officer identified get re is a member of the law almost twenty seven gag he's charged with first degree murder first degree burglary and conspiracy to commit a felony George Philip Holliger was found shot to death for worry twelve in Oklahoma City two other people also were charged in the case eighteen year old Kobe William leblanc of king Fisher charged with first degree murder and first degree burglary a fifteen year old defendant is charged with second degree murder and first degree burglary had a case from the.

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"george philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Historic day, the seventy fan versity deed, and it began two hours ago with the president France, manual, mccrone and the president, the United States, Donald Trump giving magnificent speeches. President Trump speech among the best is given of his presidency. A few excerpts from it in the event that you are not in your car or watching TV earlier this morning. I replay cut number twenty one. We are gathered here on freedoms alter. On these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago. Ten thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries. And for these survival of liberty. Today, we remember those who fell and we honor, all who fought right here in Normandy. One back this ground for civilization to more than one hundred seventy veterans of the second World War who join us today. You are among the very greatest Americans who will ever live. The pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic. And we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. I love that phrase the glory of our Republic. It is so deserved. It continued to address the men. There were about one hundred seventy veterans of the landings, there, many of whom were highly decorated, many of them are in great shape, some of whom are infirm, but all of them saluted when the national anthem was played cut number twenty two here with you are over sixty veterans who landed on d day. Dead t you is ever lasting today. We express undying gratitude when you were young, these men, enlisted their lives in a great crusade one of the greatest of all times. Emission is the story of an epic battle, and the ferocious turtles struggle between good and evil. On these sixth of June nineteen forty four. They joined a liberation force of awesome power and breathtaking scale after months of planning. The allies had chosen this ancient coastline to mount their campaign to vanquish the wicked tyranny of the Nazi empire. From the face of the. The battle began in this guy's above us in those first ten midnight hours, one thousand aircraft rar overhead. With seventeen thousand allied airborne troops preparing to leap into the dark this beyond these trees and came on the enemy who had occupied these heights. So the largest naval armada in the history of the world. Just a few miles offshore seven thousand vessels, bearing one hundred thirty thousand warriors. They were the citizens of free and independent nations United by their duty to their compatriots into millions yet. Unborn. There were the British whose nobility in fortitude. So them through the worst of Dunkirk and the London blitz the full violence of Nazi fury was no match for the full grandeur of British pride. Right. Just as a mazing. He did one more reflection. He told some story, but one more reflection I cut number twenty five legend will never Dr. Spirit brave unyielding Andrew. Will never die. The blood that they spilled the tears. They shed. The lives that they gave the sacrifice that they made. Did not just win a battle. It did not just win a war. Those who fought here, one, a future for a nation. They won these survival of our civilization. And they showed us the way to love, cherish and defend our way of life. For many centuries to come. Today's we stand together upon this sacred. We pledged that our nation. Who forever be strong and United. We will forever be together. Our people will forever be bold. Our hearts will forever be loyal and our children and their children will forever and always be free. May God bless. Our great veterans. May God bless our allies may God bless the heroes of d day. And may God bless. I'm erica. I've been watching so many of the, the old man, and they're all between ninety and one hundred one young man who was was fifteen years old, obviously lied about his age. And sometimes you get away with that during wartime, and recruiters gotta make their a lot. But most of them are eighteen nineteen twenty years old. So today there any three ninety four ninety five and older and they're just amazing, their remarkable. They're so inspiring when the national anthem the United States played some of them couldn't stand at all of them could salute. And they did just remarkable. I went to a cermony for the late George Philip who is the commander of the twigs kamikaze off of Okinawa in nineteen seventy eight. When the ship, Chris for him was launched when it was retired twenty plus years later at pope occasions, the crew of that ship were there to salute their fallen captain, and these guys just these World War. Two people are just amazing yesterday. President Trump attended a day service, which he read the FDR prayer famous prayer. Like you hear that as well. This is how FDR called the nation to pray for the troops as they embarked on their attempt to take back Europe from the Nazis. Donald Trump rating, the FDR prayer yesterday, cut number one, a struggle.

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"george philip" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dot com or listening to a podcast or tape delay. It is a historic day, the seventieth anniversary of d day, and it began two hours ago with the president of France. Emmanuel Macron and the president of the United States, Donald Trump giving magnificent speeches. President Trump speech among the best. He is given of his presidency. A few excerpts from it in the event that you are not in your car or watching TV earlier this morning. I replay cut number twenty one. We are gathered here on freedoms alter. On these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago. Can thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries? And for the survival of liberty. Today, we remember those who fell and we honor, all who fought right here in Normandy. They went back this ground for civilization to more than one hundred seventy veterans of the second World War. Who join us today? You are among the very greatest Americans who will ever live. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic. And we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. I love that phrase the glory of our Republic. It is so deserved. He continued to address the men. There were about one hundred seventy veterans of the landings, there, many of whom were highly decorated, many of them are in great shape, some of whom are infirm, but all of them saluted when the national anthem was played cut number twenty two here with you are over sixty veterans who landed on d day debt to you is ever lasting today. We express our undying gratitude when you were young, these men, enlisted their lives in a great crusade. One of the greatest of all times emission is the story of an epic battle, and the ferocious turtles struggle between good and evil on the sixth of June nineteen forty four. They joined a liberal. Force of awesome power and breathtaking scale after months of planning. The allies had chosen this ancient coastline to mount their campaign to vanquish the wicked tyranny of the Nazi empire. From the face of the earth. The battle began in the skies above us in those first tents midnight hours, one thousand aircraft Grard overhead. Was seventeen thousand allied airborne troops preparing to leap into the darkest beyond these trees and came on the enemy who had occupied these heights. So the largest naval armada in the history of the world. Just a few miles off show, where seven thousand vessels, bearing one hundred thirty thousand warriors. They were the citizens of free and independent nations United by their duty to their compatriots into millions yet. Unborn. There were the British whose nobility and fortitude saw them through the worst of Dunkirk and the London blitz. The full violence of Nazi fury was no match for the full grandeur of British pride. Right. The just as amazing. He did one more reflection. He told some story, but he'd one more reflection. I want you to your cut number twenty five your legend will never Dr. Your spirit brave unyielding Andrew. Will never die. The blood that they spilled. The tears that they shed. The lives that they gave the sacrifice that they made did not just win a battle. It did not just win a war. Those who fought here, one, a future for our nation. They won the survival of our civilization. And they showed us the way to love, cherish and defend our way of life. For many centuries to come. Today is we stand together upon this sacred. We pledged that our nation. Will forever be strong and United. We will forever be together. Our people will forever be bold. Our hearts will forever. Be loyal and our children and their children will forever and always be free. May God bless. Our great veterans. May, God bless our ally. May God bless the heroes of d day. And may God bless. America. You know, I've been watching so many of the, the old man, and they're all between ninety and one hundred one young man who was a d day was fifteen years old eight, obviously lied about his age. And sometimes you get away with that during wartime, and recruiters gotta make their a a lot. But most of them are eighteen nineteen twenty years old. So today there ninety three ninety four ninety five an older and they're just amazing, their remarkable. They're so inspiring when the national anthem and the United States was played some of them couldn't stand, but all of them could salute and they did just remarkable. I went to a ceremony for the late George Philip who is the commander of the twigs kamikaze off of Okinawa in nineteen seventy eight when the ship Kristen for him has launched. And when it was retired twenty plus years later at pope occasions, the crewmen vet ship were there to salute their fallen captain, and these guys are just these World War. Two people are just amazing yesterday. President Trump attended a day service at which he read the FDR prayer a famous prayer. Like to hear that as well. This is how FDR called the nation to pray for the troops as they embarked on their attempt to take back Europe, from the Nazis, Donald Trump bringing the FDR prayer yesterday. Cut number one, a struggle to preserve our Republic, our religion and our civilization and to set free. A suffering humanity. They will lead. I bless us for the enemy is strong. He may hurled back our forces, but we shall return again, and again, and we know that by grace and by the righteous of our cause our sons will triumph. Some will never return embrace these father and receive them the heroin servants into that kingdom and Lord give us faith. Give us faith in the faith in our sons faith in each other and faith in our United crusade, thy will be done. Almighty got. Oh man. Very inspiring. I was inspired when I went there with Jan Jenner, and Carol a year ago. I'm going back with you, April twenty seventh to may seventh of next year, if you're inspired by today, just come along with me Duane going as well. The river cruise to Normandy from Paris three days in Paris, seven nights on the water and a I promise you a day, you won't forget until you see on the beach..

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"george philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com or listening to a podcast or tape delay. It is a historic day, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day and it began two hours ago with the president of France manual Macron, and the president of the United States, Donald Trump giving magnificient speeches, President Trump speech among the best is given of his presidency. A few excerpts from it in the event that you are not in your car or watching TV earlier this morning. I replay cut number twenty one. We are gathered here on freedoms alter on these shores on these bluffs on this day seventy five years ago. Ten thousand men shed their blood and thousand sacrifice their lives for their brothers for their countries. And for the survival of liberty. Today, we remember those who fell and we honor, all who fought right here in Normandy. They won back this ground for civilization to more than one hundred seventy. Veterans of the second World War. Who join us today? You are among the very greatest Americans who will ever live. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. I love that phrase the glory of our Republic. It is so deserved it continued to address the men. There were about one hundred seventy veterans of the landings, there, many of whom were highly decorated, many of them are in great shape, some of whom are infirm, but all of them saluted when the national anthem was play cut number twenty two here with you are over sixty veterans who landed on d day dead to you is ever lasting today. We express our undying gratitude. When you were young, these men, enlisted their lives in a great crusade one of the greatest of all times. Emission is the story of an epic battle, and the ferocious turtles struggle between good and evil. On the sixth of June nineteen forty four. They joined a liberation force of awesome power and breathtaking scale after months of planning. The allies had chosen this ancient coastline to mount their campaign to vanquish the wicked tyranny of the Nazi empire. From the face of the. The battle began in the skies above us in those first tense midnight hours, one thousand aircraft rar overhead. With seventeen thousand allied airborne ships preparing to leap into the darkest beyond these trees and came on the enemy who had occupied these heights. So the largest naval armada in the history of the world. Just a few miles off show, where seven thousand vessels, bearing one hundred thirty thousand warriors. They were the citizens of free and independent nations United by their duty to their compatriots into millions yet. Unborn. There were the British whose nobility in fortitude, saw them through the worst of Dunkirk and the London blitz. The full violence of Nazi fury was no match for the full grandeur of British pride. Right. Just as amazing. He did one more reflection. He told some stories but had one more reflection. I want you to your cut number twenty five your legend will never die. Your spirit brave unyielding. Andrew will never die. The blood that they spilled the tears, that they shed. The lives today gave the sacrifice that they made. Did not just win a battle. It did not kissed win a war. Those who fought here, one, a future for a nation. They won the survival of our civilization. And they showed us the way to love, cherish and defend our way of life. For many centuries to come. Today is we stand together upon this sacred. We pledged that our nation. Who forever be strong and United. We will forever be together. Our people will forever be bold. Our hearts will forever be loyal and our children and their children will forever and always be free. May God bless. Our grade veterans. May God bless our Allen. May God bless the heroes of d day. And may God bless. America. You know, I've been watching so many of the, the old man, and they're all between ninety and one hundred one young man who was a d day was fifteen years old eight, obviously lied about his age. And sometimes you get away with that during wartime recruiters gotta make their a lot. But most of them are eighteen nineteen twenty years old. So today there ninety three ninety four ninety five and older and they're just amazing their remarkable. They're so inspiring when the national anthem and the United States was played some of them couldn't stand at all of them could salute, and they did just remarkable. I went to a ceremony for the late George Philip who is the commander of the twigs kamikaze off of Okinawa in nineteen seventy eight when the ship Kristen for him was launched. And when it was retired twenty plus years later at pope occasions, the crewmen of that ship were there to salute their fallen captain, and these guys are just these World War. Two people are just amazing yesterday. President Trump attended a day service in which he read the FDR prayer a famous prayer. Like to hear that as well. This is how FDR called the nation to pray for the troops as they embarked on their attempt to take back Europe from the Nazis. Donald Trump printing. The FDR prayer yesterday, cut number one, a struggle to preserve our Republic, our religion and our civilization and you set free a suffragan humanity. They will lead I've lessons for the is strong. He may hurl back our forces, but we shall return again, and again, and we know that by grace and by the righteous of our cause our sons will try. Some will never return embrace these father and receive them that heroin servants into that kingdom and Lord give us faith. Give us faith in the faith in our sons faith in each other and faith in our United crusade, thy will be done. Almighty got. Oh man. Very inspiring. I was inspired when I went there with Jan Jenner, and Carol a year ago. I'm going back with you, April twenty-seventh to may seventh of next year. If you're inspired by today, just come along with me Twain's going as well, the river, cruise to Normandy from Paris three days in Paris, seven nights on the water and a I promise you a day, you won't forget until you see on the beach..

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"george philip" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"George Norcross had extrordinary influence in the implementation of a controversial corporate tax break program. Nancy Solomon reports on a bunch of emails obtained by WNYC and propublica in an eighteen month period. Attorney Kevin Sheehan exchanged twelve thousand pages of documents and emails with the New Jersey economic development authority. She and worked for the same law firm, Philip Norcross, George across his brother, the Email show. She was in contact with the almost daily, and the state agency allowed him to expedite applications interpret state regulations and rewrite portions of the law in order to help his clients increase the size of their tax breaks. George Philip Norcross are connected in varying degrees to at least one point one billion dollars. Tax breaks for companies to move to Camden after a WNYC investigation revealed significant lead levels in the soil of several city parks city council. Leadership says it's working on legislation to address the issue. WNYC's Christopher worth reports studies have shown contaminated soil can be a major factor in elevated lead levels in children, WNYC tested, the soil lead in three New York City parks prospect park in McCarron park in Brooklyn in a story apart in queens, all had samples above the current New York state standard in a statement speaker, Cory Johnson, spokeswoman. So the city council is concerned about limiting childhood lead exposure from all sources, including soil, his office said it is working on a new set of bills to address lead, contaminated soil and expects the council will pass them before the end of the year. Fleet. Week kicks off today in New York City, US navy and coast guard vessels will parade through the harbor and up the Hudson starting at eight this morning. And if you're in Brooklyn or Staten Island you can catch the ships passing onto the Verizon bridge a little bit after seven for Hamilton will then conduct its annual salute to ships and exchange. Eleven gun salute with the US, New York. Support for NPR comes from creative planning and independent wealth management firm that considers each client's. Financial picture to create individualized plans at creative planning dot com slash NPR, creative planning wealth management. Redefined Anita hill fish. Joe Biden didn't finish his work on the Senate Judiciary committee. It does not.

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"george philip" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"Like. Finally time for a field trip here in London where often visit the iconic travel bookstore Stanford's in its new home. It hasn't moved for just a stone's throw really across Cova Gaden, but to a more modern location for those who have fans of the show before worry note the selection of books remains bountiful. And of course, they've asked collection of Globes for sale is still to Monaco's fed Nando, Augusta per Shaikha visited the shop, and there he spoke with Stanford CEO, Vivian Godfrey the long acre shop is the fifth home of Stanford's and this new shop at seven Mercer walk is the six tone. And so I should tell all of our customers that we shouldn't be afraid about moving Stanford since it was founded in eighteen fifty three has obviously moved a number of times. What's important is all of our homes up till now have been near to Covent Garden. And so we're pleased that were staying near to Covent Garden one of the. That we look for in a new location was to try not to be on three floors because as a retailer the more flaws, you're on the less efficient. You are your stock is spread out and our staff spread out. So we did actually make an offer on another shop that's quite near to hear that someone floor only. But the the owners of the building preferred to choose another tenant. So we very excited. So we wanted something that was not on three floors, and we managed to find this location. That's onto we also preferred to find a modern building one of the problems with long acre is the air-conditioning system doesn't work the heating doesn't work. There's lots of holes I hate to say this, but there's lots of mice. So all sorts of problems with a really old building that we don't have in a brand new building or and you have an amazing outside space as well, which because for those who are not here in London. It's kind of a you can walk around a few restaurants around. This is the new development, right? It is this area is owned by the most company, and actually they own three blocks that are joining each other all along one side of long acre and their goal is to create these lovely little pedestrian courtyards and their first one sT mountains courtyard is great, and it's got lots of greenery and trees and quite lively as you say nice, mixture retail and restaurants. And then this is the second development, the Mercer walk, and it's going to I think over time it levels, and we just got permission to put our cafe tables and chairs outside, and that's going to be wonderful for our customers to be able to sit outside. Maybe not today because it's a bit rainy. But you know in the summer, it'll be gorgeous and tells more about your involvement with Stanford's because your family actually has been quite involved. Explain a little bit history for us. Yes. Oh, my grandfather Ernest Gordon Godfrey joined the George Philip group in nineteen nineteen. And in nineteen forty six George Philip group, which is bigger than Stanford's bought Stanford's. But from nine hundred forty six Stanford business operated as an independent unit within the bigger group, then in nine hundred forty nine my father joined the company and both my grandfather, and my father in that time were chairman of Sanford's, an I I worked here a long time ago when I was sixteen in the summer holidays, I was allowed to come and work at Stanford. I wasn't allowed to talk to customers. I could only pack up mail orders in the basement. So it's been just over forty years. I've been involved in the company myself in the market of change, of course. No, no, people that can check the more ways than traveling. But it it's interesting to see the resilience of the travel book because I have to be honest when I travel somewhere get confused when I go online, so many tips, I mean who can you trust? So do you think the market will be there forever for those who love the printed? Product, right. Yes. I think the market will be there. And maybe if we look at the bigger context of the reading of books in general that was a big growth in digital books. When they first arrived an grew up to about eight percent of the market and paper books, sort of declined if you like to ninety two percent of the market. Well, that's now peaked and electric books have declined as a proportion of the market paper books continue to grow and the travel sector is definitely a growth area. And I agree with you. I think it can be quite confusing when you're researching things online, and especially some sites that use customer reviews. I'm never really sure if the review was paid for or did somebody have a grudge against her hotel that wasn't very nice to them. I'm never really, quite sure. So I do think that the authors of travel books guidebooks, I do trust them. Be independent. And that's why I would always rather use a paper book, and I think travelers like you, and I feel the same way about them. When I go to travel shops to see kind of the travel trends in a way. So for example, I was downstairs checking travel books. I could see a lot of things about Japan because I know it's a country people are interested. So probably you kind of have to pay attention to that are people more interested in Japan, or is it Europe or Brazil? I don't know. Yes, we do and we try and pay attention to important events that are happening. And of course, we know the rugby will Cup and then the summer Olympics are going to be in Japan. And I'm pretty certain that those two important events are having an impact on people being more interested in Japan. Maybe they haven't planned a trip there yet. But they want to read about it. I personally, I'm a huge fan of Japanese on San love when I'm in Japan being able to go to the Boggs. I remember on my first ever. Visit there it was with some trepidation that I went to a public bath. But actually love the experience, and I'm confident that as you say, there's a great interest in Japan at the moment, and we do look for those trends exactly as you say and try and make sure that we have all of the books and maps in stock, and I'm very happy to inform listeners your Globes are still there and look wonderful in their new section. So who are you globe suppliers? Are they all come from the same producer where where do you look out for them actually there? There has been a growth in the number of different globe manufacturers of for while. I would say Replogle in the United States hap- slightly dominated the market. But there are now more smaller different businesses in different parts of the world who are producing interesting Globes. You remarked on our globe fixture down in the basement. We are very very proud of the fact that we have a new globe feature wall and particularly allows us to display. The eliminated Globes, and I would say was selling more illuminated Globes than we ever have. It's just a lovely idea. Instead of having a desk lamp, perhaps or a night light, you can buy illuminated globe. And I particularly see people buying them for children. They want their child to have a small night light in their bedroom. And so why have a boring light that plugs into the wall wine have a lovely little blurb or the few minutes before you arrived a couple of extra. They bought illuminated globe. And it was just here sitting and we're in the lovely fares on glad you heard it the space as well. Yes. So the cafe in our current shop in long acre does very well. And so we've we've replicated it here. We're going to have slightly fewer inside seats. But because we have this gorgeous courtyard outside we're going to have lots of outdoor seating. You can see we've got a few supple bits of furniture. We haven't quite decided what style we're going to us. We're buying some different bits and pieces to test them out and finally, Vivian. To us is to all my guests, for example, when you when you go traveling, what do you like to read the plane, you kind of a book person or magazines or you just like to rest? I am totally a magazine and newspaper person on the plane, I load up my very large handbag, which you see here I actually saved things up from the prior week or two. So that I can take them with me, and, you know, read the magazines and newspapers I might not otherwise that was Vivian go from Stanford's talking to Fernando in Stanford's new store. And

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"george philip" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on The Big 98

"Week cleaned the green curtain to cover up to sixty horse little rock and milhaud on saturday is going to be a party advanta bad happened man pelvic tailgate george philip thanks go uhhuh a giver like away from the bone while riverside maybe rodeo romeo well baby find me tailgate being george at the real madrid donald please.

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"george philip" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"You know that it's impossible to defend yourself anti depend god at the same time that's what we're learning as we travel the pages of job on through the bible i'm your host steve schwartz welcoming you to another great study of god's word and today our teacher dr david mcgee begins at job chapter sixteen were job is preparing his defense against the accusations of his friend elephants now before we dive in let's take a minute to check in with through the bible's president greg harris greg you were telling us last time about how god's working in india so let's continue that discussion yeah it's such an exciting story because as we often like to point out god leads this ministry steve we don't sit in a room and dream up these plans god opens doors he reveals things to us and you and i had the privilege of seeing this firsthand when we went we did we did and it was so exciting because now they're in twenty seven languages in india alone with the full programs right and are now that before we went on our main ministry partner george philip and his team have put together what what we're calling dr mcgee's core curriculum and they're breaking it down into a three year series but instead of doing a broadcast type of a format they're going into a home radio group format where people get together just like we would in the us typically meeting once a week and they listen to one of these core programs and then they talk about it and they're study material that goes along with it and they built an entire curriculum around this new format with the goal all of eventually with these thirty new languages we.

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"george philip" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Decision and then starting to get on a pretty rapid production pace to fill that void that the f f g has created an absence when offer has perry went away i i mentioned you i said i was at the commissioning and the decommissioning of the uss george philip which was an f f g got commissioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty i think it was retired sometime in two thousand three i was at the decommissioning of it and for a time being we didn't think we needed frigates right we kinda vanished why did they suddenly go out of favor and why are we suddenly realized we need a frigate well i believe it's a it's a change in the environment you know one of the things that was going on in that timeframe is the dvd g e justly between the cruisers and the arleigh burke destroyers what was kind of taking over a very very dominant role and what we find is those highly capable ships many of them b m d ballistic missile defense capable have other demands you know national missions and they're being driven very very hard with the presence requirements the regular deployment requirements on top of those national missions that they do so was it was a changing time and changing environment and and now guess what we're we're back and we're looking at the time when we we did the high low mix and frigates were apart of that i think it becomes a very important component as the navy looks kinda recapitalizing to get those numbers back up into the street hundred and fifty five wrench dot with vice admiral rick hunter united states navy retired and he was my host last night along with a bunch of other people on the from frigate which is the pineau it's an active duty italian ship which we're a mature ship it's been around for a while they know how to build it out fast it would be built in wisconsin and exactly how fast once it if it were to win the competition that is underway and i.

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"george philip" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A void of the frankish when oliver hazard perry class went away some years ago that left us with a gap frigates kinda the utility workforce for the navy it does a variety of missions including very important independent operations who are has to have credible warfare capability out and about working partnerships with our allies and putting presence in places where where we need to show the us might so you know the independent offs with long long capability sustainability is one aspect of it and the other piece that i think with this changed environment is our frigates need to provide an additive capability when operating with carrier strike groups or with anthony scindia's ready units and that's why they cast a very wide net so it's not just looking at talion chefs is looking at all ship designs to see what is the best making a decision and then starting to get on a pretty rapid production face to fill that void the f f g has created an absence what offer has perry one way i mentioned you last night i was at the commissioning and the decommissioning of the uss george philip which was an f f g got commissioned in nineteen eighty i think it was retired sometime in two thousand three i was at the decommissioning of it and for a time being we didn't think we needed frigates right we they kind of vanished why did they suddenly go out of favor and why we suddenly realized wait a frigate well again i believe it's it's a change in the environment you know one of the things that was going on in that timeframe is the dj egypt's place between the cruisers and the arleigh burke destroyers what was kind of taking over a very very dominant role and what we find is those highly capable ships many of them bmw ballistic missile defense capable have other demands you know national missions and they're being driven very very hard with the president's requirements the regular deployment requirements on top of those national lessons if they do so it was it was a changing time and changing environment and and now guess what we're we're back and we're looking at a time when we we did the high low mix and frigates were a part of that i think it becomes a very important component as.

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"george philip" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Tommy lee jones and robert duvall in in greatest television series ever made and so i'm just wondering is that what they're doing are they cowboy ing and all that way like lonesome dove style yeah there are actually tabloid through jinx mccain colonel you bet so we can do about a hundred a year and it really has to do it's finding through two horses that's always our biggest challenge and so we we put over three hundred riders through the program since it started in two thousand eleven yeah was down at quantico last week with my brother in law george philip looking at the marine corps museum any shabby bellawood could he had just come back from there and i don't know if the marines ron horses then and i don't know if the marines got horses now but this is a great program how did you get involved in this so i've been i've been a lifetime horsemen and i just love the cowboy ways often say if i hadn't have been a green i would've been a cowboy it so i'm just blessed that in the latter part of my career once i retired i mabel to pursue my cowboy interest in it's just such a blessing is being able to share that love of horses and cattle with with our young graduates now that is that it's just so great to talk to every year i think you bring more people into the separate fund column every year when i talk to you thank you for that colonel happy memorial day to you thanks for your service and.

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"george philip" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"On the jukes mccain horsemanship program what we do is we take our combat wounded veterans and instead of taking him to arenas and in writing in circles we take him out to big reaches across the west and we give wretched an opportunity to learn cowboy skills that you in support of their answers so if a rancher needs his cattle move from the national forest released then our veterans do that forum we just getting ready to go down to a big ranch in west texas votes to help them finish upbringing their cats for the spree all other ranches exco and do the same for mexico rancher and then up to wyoming move cattle into the big horn mountains then montana in september and then we finish up our season down in arizona large reach down there with this fall cats colonel when when we think about cowboys yeah there are actually cowboys so know we we tci's had arrived so that you can go forward backwards left and right orange they can do that safely were out there moving cows we just finished the clinic last week and were we taught rope in a little bit of cutting how to control towel and then those same guys will use those skills later on through the season in rope and branding the cab so we found that doing the cowboy work is just so so great for the spirits in the naval then when they return back home to say listen i can if i can work five hundred calves i surely can pursue a business or or or get that job i want to return to school we think it helps them become better parents better spouses and better citizens that's intuitive and i want to know how many marines and soldiers and sailors come through jenks mccain colonel you bet so we can do about a hundred a year and it really has to do is find the horse is that's always your biggest challenge and so we we put over three hundred riders program since it started in two thousand eleven carolina's down at quantico last week with my brother in law george philip look at it the marine corps museum any shelby bellawood could he had just come back from there and i don't know if the marines are on horses then and i don't know if the marines got horses now but this is a great program how did you get involved in this a lifetime horsemen and.

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"george philip" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Okay nobody was better guests the next five threestrikes i'm out with aaron rodgers on the list earn rogers is not in the top ten though some surprising picks here i'm gonna i'm gonna guess when here because i've just i he seems like type of guy who would be good at this kirk cousins was he on the list and also to all right you asked for help why should i say brady i mean tight windows i mean brady is generally known as drew brees shaking my head case and no show breeze had no one jimmy g i don't think it's cam i don't you've not named anybody in the top ten women brady sent in the top ten no breeze roger no not in the top ten now when it comes to iran russell wilson matt ryan russell wilson is on the list number seven matt ryan up five so these these are people who you would say like george philip rivers philip rivers gough yeah now i think about what is shawn watson yes shawn watson is number six so that's one of the next five garson wins he wins number eight so nick foles count nichols another one is a case keenum he's the trent dilfer of modern football just got traded kirk cousins no no because it's grand number no just got traded replaces kirk cousins alex smith alex smith he's number four big ben is number five okay former ram is number three he said case keenum case bradford and his case keenum number three and then number two is matthew stafford high speed quarterback in the league last best thrown into tack.

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"george philip" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on WCTC

"Is easy debris alone on thanksgiving holiday now your cell ride manage the thanksgiving dinner i've eaten alone but when i saw that noticing the paper i said to myself by george philip point i didn't know your name was george philip buying yeah it is let's just an expression i use i shall we say i said to myself this is one thanksgiving you don't have to eat alone now what i want to ask you is easy for me miss brooks maybe i can help i promised not to order anything over a dollar fifty continue since i saw that paragraph in the monitor i wondered if well if i'll make it a dollar even and i'll leave the ten please mr born just asked me what you want to haul writer are will good miss broach if that noticed brings you're more than one invitation to dinner could i'm out of the extra one you wanted to see me mr konkan yes miss roads sodano to please uh led chair by minders that's it are you nice income yes sir i'm fine that power you this is the time of year when we should all be imbued with the true thanksgiving spirit that's why i have some and you to my office ms brooks to tell you that in spite of the inconveniences you of re to pardon me i harbour no illwill well that's very nice to hear mr cashman i had been the source of a nyons to you on occasion i suppose that i i am thankful for everything that's happened to me in the past year take the time you drop that typewriter on my toes i just give thanks that it did land higher and fracture my whole foot that was careful of me wasn't it nathan when i think back to the time you stepped on my eyeglasses and crushed them i give thanks that they word on my nose at the time but my main purposing calling you here is to inform you that i have written notice in this morning's monitor oh that's just a joke mr khan clin was written by one of the pupils in my english class yes i could tell from its construction however i want you to know ms brooks that i was pipe touch by that item the more so since i too will be all alone this thanksgiving but what about your daughter and mrs got plan that this spending the.

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"george philip" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on WCTC

"Sneaked denied them into the personal column that cannot be a source of great mortification to someone very near and dear to both our hearts who you none other hike brought a copy with me of look at this paragraph miss rucks flood said to who it may concern that stretch all right it says it is pitiful to be alone on thanksgiving day if there is one way how people should show their real thanksgiving this it is by sharing their dinner with some poor unfortunate fellow human person who is alone mentioning any names oh well let's a relief heat breeding that mentioning any names if somebody wants to share his or her meal with his lonely human person all you have to do is walk up and say you can have thanksgiving dinner with me miss brooks well this looks isn't an awful are you going to punish stretch i'm not making any snap judgements walter first letsie of this ad brings any results woo hoo excuse me mrs which but i'd like to talk to you before your guardia class real i think that might be arranged mr bonde i i just read this rather peculiar noticing the school paper and i wonder you know that's a little pranked that stretch played on me mr biden just pay a lot of attention to it when i read it in this brooks i made up my mind i'd be the first one to talk to you about it how niceness dividing or it isn't easy debris alone on thanksgiving holiday now yes that manage the thanksgiving dinner ivy malone but when i saw that noticing the paper i said to myself by george philip point moon i didn't know your name was george philip buying.

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"george philip" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"george philip" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Protect your family from whether it be a bear or a burglar is asinine un years ago my my mother grew up around gunn my mother is alone in a remote cottage with my yesterday who is three years old and mike here it's very carefully at the shotgun on the wall they had the show in a pressure cooker in the kitchen there is not gonna be any big mistake there myanmar new hunters shooting guard and yet she was checking to supersize taking she blew a hole in the wall right above my sister and bad food while scary i mean gastric person you at least something abed gun what about hair care who just playing around and tienjin now right never mind this guy in vegas who essentially went out and bought four dozen weapons and uh all these bumps stocks in and had incredible arsenal in that hotel room and there was no step along the way that that raised any red flags that to me tells you that there is an issue with how we treat guns in this country the fact that he's able to amass that type of weaponry and to plan this out for at least days probably will find out months once all the facts come out and then execute this plan and and most people down that should not be that easy we should do everything we can to make that hard for someone who wants to commit that type of violence company yeah company need he now in the 80s arsenal being in there jimmy i need to show a driver's license to buy alcohol or cigarettes exactly exactly i i made a joked as a a promo run in that we limit how much cold medicine you can buy up but you can buy as many guns as much as you want that to how it is that makes sense if coach you i have to have a little hard and kicked into the pharmacy goodbye one back hit had created who will be right what really struck a nerve with me now i will alley thank you very much football the do appreciate you check in an and and have agreed not alright level show thank you so much for listening six one seven to five four 1030 is a number of take a quick break we'll be right back with george philip chris and you hear.

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