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"george simon" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"george simon" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Gotta get that arm cross set up every time you walk in the door. It's like, Yeah, maybe the full beard for you. Maybe try to do the full beard. I think that's good As I get. I'm missing something over here. I don't think so. I think you listen. Let's talk real quickly before we get to the racing. I really want to talk to the recent Energy cost savings. Yes, are you you were when I met shit was 250 million. How much have you saved so far way? Think this year we're gonna be closing in on a billion dollars billion dollars? Told Million. We've noticed what 18 months Honestly. So in 18 months, going from 252 160 million A billion dollars. And that basically means that if they use the clients use micro turbines versus standard energy services. They've saved themselves a billion and they say, sir, saved us a little thick air, right? They say they're saving the environment and saving my two shades of green. Right. Well, there you go. You need both. Well, here's another piece of this, too, That people understand is it's tough to be an industrial company and also be a green company the same time and you guys accomplished that, and as a result of that That's why You're seeing the shift to green Social media player. It's also why you got involved with with Indy car because he got the green car, but it's also Sport. You don't think of in terms of green energy that there's such a big fan base. You get your message out to a fan base That probably hasn't heard for a while right now. Exactly. And you're not competing with other green energy companies. Hardly in the car next year. Yeah, we talk Tomo and about the gas mileage on those bad didn't answer you on that did not. He dodged that pretty pretty. It's better than it used to be. So they are making improvements. Come in second dancing The stars Any dance right around here. Oh, yeah. You probably get into hitch. Colton Herder? Yes. One all those races. Yes, and all the champagne go around, but he couldn't drink any of it. How old is he? He just he turned 20. Last year We won his first race 19. So he runs away. So this year he only 21 later in the season this year, and he could actually have a glass of shows that all right. There's a great picture of him in a champagne fight with the other two guys on the podium, except he's got apple apple juice champagne, and he's got his butt kicked because he's just like Yeah, Barely coming out. Martinelli. There's no there's no carbonation. All right. Talk about Andretti Motor Sports. Talk about G four, which is George Simon or Junior. I beg your pardon, George time out of the fourth Esos timer to racing. And ready motor sports Capstone.

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"george simon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:05 min | 8 months ago

"george simon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"george simon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Every ball that's put in play is documented, and it spits out all this information right and what they do is they base it on the bulk of information, However, it's kind of hard when you're a guy who throws a specific kind of repertoire. If if you're a pitcher who throws Upper velocities high nineties. That's a straight fastball. Blackman is gonna have a better opportunity to pull that pitch because it's not moving. Ah, player who moves the ball, It's not going to be the same results. So I think I think what the picture always has to do is pitch to his strength because that's not ever going to change. I would never Tell anybody the pitch to a hitter's weakness. If it wasn't your strength, everyone would always ask me. Well, What do you do against all these hitters? And I say I picked all of them the same because I want I'm gonna get beat. I'm gonna get beat by my strength, So I just I think there's a lot of information that's involved. I think that what people need to do is just get on the same page before the game and say this pitch, guys. If it's a guy with that has movement you need not Shift as much because Johnny got burned a couple times there with all that with all the shipping Saw all the bosses at NBC Sports Bay Area. You saw some of the text and I saw some others. They they loved your performance. Your universally praised, but, uh, the audience I think you're trying to impress is your former teammates, anybody? Anybody? We reached out to you after less. I mean, Buster's home, You know, watching you watch his postgame live. You get any any checks that were interesting in your performance last night? I got a text from hot here, Lopez, actually during the game and after the game and how you know he was obviously a teammate of mine for five years, and I think I think some of the guys who I played with they are currently on the team still will probably give a little distance. And now that I'm on the broadcast side, but he actually gave me some great advice a long time ago. When I told him that I was initially going to make the transition onto the media side and its great advice, I agree with it. But he said, I will never, ever bury or criticize anybody that helped put a ring on my finger, and I'm very much in agreement with that. There are guys in that clubhouse who I have two rings on my fingers because of their efforts. And if somebody makes a mistake that I played with, you know, I think they know it. It's acknowledged, but the one thing you never do it never want to criticize the guys that helped you win when rings or who are your friends as well as it could get a little dicey. And there are some guys in the past, though I've heard who have done that, and you're kind of a player in the clubhouse, listening to a broadcast and being like, I can't believe you just said that he forgot how hard this game is to actually play the I think the most dicey thing you're gonna have to do is maybe say some Things that aren't pleasant, necessarily about some former teammates, But I think if you could do in a respectful way you'll get through it just fine without her 90 feelings. Jorge was great watching it last night. I'm sure you would just get better and better. Thanks. As always, Man will talk against him. Thanks a lot, guys. I appreciate it. Thanks, brother. Kill it again tonight. He's a natural you but you gotta step up your game, man. You got halves there. You got content against good looking guys in there, By the way can I got to say one thing Because I watched before and after I cannot believe that there was a Johnny Cueto bobblehead that as you said last night in post game had been just sitting around and you were handling it. He would just handling it. Why I so I sent a text when I saw and Johnny did the shape shape shape. I've never seen by the rattle and roll. I've never seen him. Shoot me like you did last night. I can't stop you like 34 times within the Dodger Stadium. First start of the year. He did one. I think he was dead, and that's just the way I'm going to screw with you. And I'm gonna pretend like I'm the leaning Tower of Cueto. And I'm like Falwell, a dancer. It's like he's fallen back. It's like that electric football game. You were talking about the quarterback and the elongated Colin capper neck arm. You know, full way back here and I'm falling over. No. Here it comes. It was like, so I sent out a text. Do we have a Cueto bobblehead? And Ah, actually, you know, brought it to me. The former producer of the show F p San Tangelo Junior. And he started the walk. George Simon Devon Fox's offense in my In my bunker holding down like Don't cup of the door. Just drop it and run and then you know, I tried doing in a jest. It With disinfectant. I don't think I kill it. So I you know, I've pulled a hyper dynamic needle and I shot Flora Would I have liked? I saw all of a sudden in it and He wasn't moving along. The postgame head was bobbling around. So I may have killed that bobblehead. But I wasn't gonna have that bobblehead killed me was the so I can't believe you didn't have an intern like soak something in Clorox. All they did. I'm sure ft Junior did. I believe I'm walking around with gloves on? You know, I Buster Posey is not there, but I'm there with a mask and gloves on I'm kind of bus during it. Okay. I'm I'm not one to produce your TV program. But I do think that something that would get a lot of hits is to follow. Go behind the scenes with you in these studios. I would love to. So how are you going to do that? You get a camera following? I want a camera to follow you, Jack. Honestly, you do. There was nobody in that building at all yet by your request? No, I laughed. It was quiet Sunday last night. I was the only I'm like, Why am I putting a man? Don't you have to have a producer? And you know they're all in that. We're not seeing each other. We're all on you and I do it for our radio show. I haven't seen Yes. I don't even know when the last time I saw you. Jonathan Sakti. Did we get kind of wave at each other Sunday and see him at all? Last night? I saw him a little bit, but I'm the newsroom is completely empty. So I have to walk Devon's office a long walk across the newsroom. You've been there since five big newsroom. End of the studio, A And I'm like, Why am I putting a mask on the gloves? I'm putting on but there's nobody here, So your idea would be funny, But, you know, I'm gonna have a cameraman. Tell me. Oh, I think we have those go PREE of gold prose, but even the phone it doesn't have to be that professional Well, but they don't want anybody close to me. That's the whole point, so they they have installed go pro. So they know exactly where is Papa going? He's not so bad. You have a girl brought in your head. No, no in the studio. I don't actually have it on my head. They they put GoPro's all over the Cause we because we believe in contact tracing Jan. Unlike major league baseball, somebody does get the Corona virus. We'd like to know who in the building they came close to. So here, Yadier Molina tested positive. One of the many cardinals We'll see. We'll see. Anyway. That was great George controls. It was very good. Last night was a good start, and he just mentioned it. The hardest thing is with these guys it because at some point you're gonna have to criticize somebody. And he talked about you know, Javi has a rule that if they help me get a ring.

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"george simon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Front of me of him throwing to he threw a first pitch in cubs game to Joe Girardi ironically enough the old Yankees manager but yeah he looks just like George Simon so if you are stumbling out of the virus infection with which to this guy who gave a forearm shiver to your dad think that you are Billy Martin no your stubble and above yeah it was Billy no it was the weirdest thing because you know how it is you had maybe one or eight too many and I like to do is just kind of that's right I said you're you're shuffling out it's a big crowd that is black and I'm like what because my dad was like nobody did like my dad isn't one of the nicest guys ever and so that was really wacko a lot of you looks like Steinbrenner show what added your dad do the walk out peacefully hi I need to speak out it kind of took a back in the night I was close enough to do I can grab the guy would be doing and we were in a group so a couple other people they do I think I was just a drunk guy at a bar any thought it was hard science writer shows us how many times did that happen the real George right all his stories George didn't go to bars did anybody tell right thirty detail will it take out the marshmallow salesman Krycek is our friend right right great piece on the eighty one open Asian the strike I get a brief time Morrow and Chelsea mold Billy Martin stories no that's good deal all right lot of good stuff going on again at the bottom of the hour another good one Scott also is gonna join us talk about his piece on the war is the seventy three win team not to get not getting the love that they deserve we've had that conversation about ten thirty plus we'll catch up on everything that's going on and when and if like Gavin Newsom hits the stage will we'll try to detail some of the things that could affect the user trying to roll this thing out we can all that coming up next thank you Jonas pop online and can be R. one four five and six eighty the sports in Chilton auto body traffic.

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"george simon" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"A list of episodes that we used. We'll be posted in the episode description today. We're discussing cases of psychological manipulation. What tactics criminals use to deceive of course and exert control over their victims? Why does it work? And most importantly what are the dangerous consequences of these types of mental domination psychiatrist Harvey Saint Clair defined psychological manipulation as a psychosocial maneuver which uses is aggressiveness cleverness and deception to influence others so they will give gratification to the aggressor this gratification. Whether that being taking hostage wjr cultivating followers or seducing a murder victim is the driving force behind criminals manipulative actions. They desire to gain absolute control over for their prey psychologist. George Simon identified many tactics manipulators use to dominate their victims such as intense flattery. Playing the victim victim to gain sympathy and undermining victims perception of reality through gas lighting. So who manipulators target. How do they select the right white person to fall PREY TO THE SCHEME DR? Harriet breaker identified. The most common traits victims of manipulation possess among them are an eagerness to please low self reliance desire to earn acceptance of blurry sense of identity and a fear of disapproval in our clips. Today we'll walk through a variety of criminal manipulators and see how they identify these traits victims. We'll start with the a clip from podcast original crimes of passion covering one of the most well known cases of manipulation in true crime history. The Manson family by manipulating in group and out group dynamics in the late nineteen sixties murderer and cope leader Charles Manson radicalized its follow worse worse and cultivated an intense devotion that propelled the family to do his bidding. While the most famous killings committed by the Manson family where the tate labianca murders in August of nineteen sixty nine their first victim was drug dealer Gary Hinman Hindrance murder was the catalyst for a string of brutal killings carried out by the Manson family in the summer of sixty nine in July of nineteen sixty nine. Charles House learned that the two men were in the midst of an argument. Bobby Beausoleil had purchased at thousand tabs of Mescaline from Gary Hinman but he then claimed that the drugs six were tainted. Bobby wanted his money back. Charles figured that as long as bobby was asking for a refund he should demand some extra cash to help fund. The families families 'cause in exchange Charleston over a few family members to Henman's house to put pressure on him. Charles knew that Henman was particularly clearly attracted to Manson family member. Eligible Bailey. So he suggested she go along to help persuade men but L. A.. Joe Asked to be excused from duty. Perhaps she guests at the visit might become violent she later said she witnessed the family members arguing over which guns and weapons they would bring Henman's Henman apartment instead Charleston family members Bruce Davis Susan Atkins and Mary Brunner to act as enforcers. They held the drug dealer. Taylor up at gunpoint while the spurn bobby. Beausoleil beat him senseless eventually Henman agreed to sign over the pink slips to his two vehicles as payment mint. But when Bobby called Charles to let him know he wasn't satisfied he was sure Henman must have money stashed away for the next two days. Bobby Mary Brunner and Susan Atkins held Gary Hinman hostage in his home. They continue to make demands for money. Any while bobby relentlessly beat him when Henman told them he'd go to. The police. Bobby was spooked. He might go to prison for what he done. He called Charles. Who said you know what to do? Bobby took that as a command to silence Henman by killing him before four. Continue with Bobby Psychology. cleese note that I am not a licensed psychiatrist or psychologist but I have done a lot of research for the show. The American Psychological Association has expressed skepticism. That people can be brainwashed into acting violently but some psychologists point to countless countless examples of people falling under a violent Colt influence and going on to do the unthinkable. Licensed mental health. Counselor Stephen Hasson use the rise above all Qaeda and other terrorist groups as modern examples of how people can be indoctrinated into committing murder. These extremist groups have radicalized individuals through isolation limiting access to outside information and instilling an US versus them mentality. Charles Manson uses same tactics family members. Look to Charles as their only source of wisdom and guidance some even thought he was the reincarnation carnation of Jesus Christ Charles exploited their trust to make them believe they had to take a stand against the rich and powerful pigs of the outside outside world. The family wasn't just willing to kill for their God Charles. They were proud to do it. So when Charles gave the word word bobby readily obeyed. He stabbed Henman than dipped his hand in the dying. Man's blood to draw on the wall. He wrote political piggy and then painted a pawprint. Charles had instructed Bobby to leave evidence incriminating incriminating the Black Panthers he hoped Henman's death would heighten racial tensions and help kickoff helter skelter. Then the group black taking Henman's cars with them in this episode covering bring the Manson Family Gary Hinman murder was only the first in a series of killings soon after the family slaughtered actress Sharon Tate and eight other innocent people people all in a bid to kick start. Manson's prophesied race wars but Manson's use of fear and violence was an opposition to many other criminals medals of the Hippie era instead. They capitalized on the prevailing philosophy of peace and love in this next clip from colts. We examine Zaman one of the most iconic psychedelic colts. One thousand nine hundred seventy s the source family unlike Charles Manson the source families charismatic leader. Jim Baker relied on ideas. Like Enlightenment and free love to buy his disciples to him like Manson Baker was at the center of the source family but instead of acting as a warrior became their spiritual father offering them love and wisdom in exchange for their loyalty ultimately however this this manipulation created an all consuming dynamic of extreme dependency between Baker and his disciples what appeared to be a mutually beneficial relationship. I was actually in the service of Baker's Crowing Ego Jim Baker typically responded to complex problems by running away from them but this time he didn't cut and run this could be because as psychoanalyst. Daniel Shaw points out in his book. Traumatic narcissism relational systems of subjugation education as a cult leader Baker had developed a codependent relationship with his followers. Shaw writes quote the power that parents have has god. I'd like figures to literally give life and sustain. The lives of their children leaves each human being with the memory of total dependency comp leaders tap into and reactivate this piece of the human psyche followers are encouraged to become regressed and infantilized to believe that the lyft fifty pens unpleasing the cult leader and quote and just as much as the source family members needed Baker. He apparently needed them. According waiting to Shaw the cult leader does not escape dependency instead he and also in many cases she comes to depend on his followers to worship and adore him to reflect his narcissistic delusion of perfection. In March of Nineteen seventy-three the fifty one year old Baker managed to find the second home for his followers which they called the Father House a three bedroom three bathroom home in the hills near the source restaurant. It was significantly -nificant smaller than the mother house. A fact that would soon lead to deadly health risks in some ways life at the Father House went on just as it had at the mother other house. Business at the source was still booming and it still required a few dozen family members to run at each day everyone still gathered for four. Am am meditation and spent much of the day cleaning while seeking enlightenment but another ways everything changed. Baker began channeling new beliefs constantly constantly with an ever expanding emphasis on his own power. He began calling himself by the Jewish name for God Yoga. He taught about the freemasons and ancient Egyptian magic for his followers the pursuit of enlightenment became like a whirlwind game in which no one knew.

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"george simon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on Cults

"A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description today. We're discussing cases of psychological manipulation. What tactics to criminals use to deceive coerce coerce and exert control over their victims? Why does it work? And most importantly what are the dangerous consequences of these types of mental domination psychiatrist Harvey Saint Clair defined psychological manipulation as a psychosocial maneuver which uses aggressiveness Restiveness Cleverness and deception to influence others so they will give gratification to the aggressor this gratification. Whether that being taking hostage cultivating followers or seducing murder victim is the driving force behind the criminals manipulative actions. They desire to gain absolute control over their prey. Prey Psychologists George Simon identified many tactics manipulators used to dominate their victims such as intense flattery. Playing the victim to to gain sympathy and undermining victims perception of reality through gas lighting. So who do manipulators target. How do they select the right person? PERSON TO FALL PREY TO THEIR SCHEME DR. Harriet breaker identified. The most common traits victims of manipulation possess among them are an eagerness to please these low self reliance desire to earn acceptance of blurry sense of identity and a fear of disapproval in our clips. Today will walk through a variety righty of criminal manipulators and see how they identify these traits victims. We'll start with a clip it from podcast original crimes of passion covering one of the most well known cases of manipulation in true crime history. The Manson family by manipulating in group and out group dynamics in the late nineteen sixties murderer and cult leader Charles Manson radicalized as followers and cultivated and intense devotion that propelled the family to do his bidding while the most famous killings committed by the Manson family where the Tate Lubyanka murders in August of nineteen. sixty-nine their first victim was drug dealer. Gary Hinman hints murder was the catalyst for a string of brutal. Oh killings carried out by the Manson family in the summer of sixty nine in July of nineteen sixty nine Charles learned. The two men were in the midst of argument. Bobby Beausoleil had purchased a thousand tabs of Mescaline from Gary Hinman but he then claimed that the drugs were tainted tainted. Bobby wanted his money back. Charles figured that as long as bobby was asking for a refund he should demand some extra cash to help fund the families because in exchange Charleston over a few family members to Henman's house to put pressure on him Charles knew that Henman was particularly attracted to Manson family member L.. Joe Bayly so. He suggested she go along to help. Persuade Henman but L. A.. Joe Asked to be excused from duty. Perhaps she guests. That visit might become violent. She later said that she witnessed the family members. Arguing over which guns and weapons. They would bring Henman's apartment instead. Charleston family members. Bruce Davis Susan Atkins and Mary Brunner to act as enforcers. They held the drug dealer up up at gunpoint. While the spurn Bobby Beausoleil beat him senseless eventually Henman agreed to sign over the pink slips to his two vehicles as payment. But when Bobby called Charles let him know he wasn't satisfied he was sure Henman must have money stashed away for the next two days. Bobby Mary Brenner and Susan. Atkins held Gary Hinman hostage. In his home they continue to make demands for money while bobby relentlessly beat him. When Henman told them he'd go to the gleese bobby was spooked? He might go to prison for what he done. He called Charles. Who said you know what to do? Bobby took that as a command to silence Henman by killing him before I continue with Bobby Psychology. cleese note that I am not a licensed psychiatrist or psychologist but I have done a lot of research for the show. The the American Psychological Association has expressed skepticism. That people can be brainwashed into acting violently but some psychologists point to countless examples of people falling under a violent cult influence and going on to do the unthinkable licensed mental health. Counselor Stephen Hasson use we use the rise of al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups as modern examples of how people can be indoctrinated into committing murder. These extremist groups have radicalized individuals through isolation limiting access to outside information and instilling an US versus them and Talapity. Charles Charles Manson uses same tactics. Family members looked Charles as their only source of wisdom and guidance. Some even thought he was the reincarnation nation of Jesus Christ Charles exploited their trust to make them believe they had to take a stand against rich and powerful pigs of the outside world. The family wasn't just willing to kill for their God Charles. They were proud to do it. So when Charles gave the word bobby readily obeyed he stabbed Henman then dipped his hand in the dying man's blood to draw on the wall he wrote a little piggy and then painted a pawprint. Charles had instructed Bobby to leave evidence incriminating donating the Black Panthers. He hoped Henman's death would heighten racial tensions and help kickoff helter skelter. Then the group left after taking Henman's cars with them in this episode covering the Manson Family Gary Hinman murder was only the first in a series of killings soon after the family slaughtered actress Sharon Tate and eight other innocent people all in a bid to kick-start Manson's prophesied race wars but Manson's use of fear and violence was an opposition to many other criminals the HIPPIE era instead they capitalized on the prevailing philosophy of peace and love in this next clip from cults we examined one of the most iconic psychedelic cults of the Nineteen Seventy S. The source family unlike Charles Manson the source families charismatic leader. Jim Baker. You're relied on ideas. Like enlightenment and free love to bind. His disciples to him like Manson Baker was at the center of the source family but instead of acting as a warrior he became their spiritual father offering them love and wisdom in exchange for their loyalty ultimately however this manipulation installation created an all consuming dynamic of extreme dependency between Baker and his disciples what appeared to be a mutually beneficial relationship. was actually in the service of Baker's Crowing Ego Jim Baker typically responded to complex problems by running away from them but this time he didn't cut and run this could be because as psychoanalyst. Daniel Shaw points out in his book. Traumatic narcissism relational systems of subjugation. Listen as a cult leader. Baker developed a codependent relationship with his followers. Shaw writes quote the power that parents have as God like figures to literally give life and sustain. The lives of their children leaves each human being with the memory of total dependency cult leaders tap app into and reactivate this piece of the human psyche. Followers are encouraged to become regressed and Infanta licensed to believe that their life depends pens. Unpleasing the culture and quote and just as much as the source family members needed over. He apparently needed them. According to Shaw the cult leader does not escape dependency instead he and also in many cases she comes to depend on his followers to worship and adore your him to reflect his narcissistic delusion of perfection. In March one thousand nine hundred seventy three. The fifty one year old Baker managed to find a second can home for his followers which they called the Father House a three bedroom three bathroom home. In the hills near the source restaurant it was significantly vacantly smaller than the mother house. A fact that would soon lead to deadly health risks in some ways life at the Father House went on just as it had at the mother house else. Business at the source was still booming and it still required a few dozen family members to run at each day everyone still gathered for four. Am Meditation Tation and spent much of the day cleaning while seeking enlightenment but in other ways everything changed. Baker began channeling new beliefs constantly. Instantly with an ever-expanding emphasis on his own power. He began calling himself by the Jewish name for God Yoga. He taught about the the freemasons and ancient Egyptian magic for his followers. The pursuit of enlightenment became like a whirlwind game in which no one knew the rules.

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"george simon" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on RunPod

"Tally is the next size as well. Georgia's running different places and it. It's the motivation and comes from your environment. And and what you're looking at and it's it's an incredible the thing we we trying to pass this on. We like you know by the say or reruns migrant through London. We've been down here and it's just it's great because because it just totally distract you from day to day life and trust stresses like kids off at school or anything like that. It's forgotten when you put your trainers on you get Out there it's You know for that time. That's the only thing that matters to you really. And that's we've seen that with George. We're seeing how happy it makes him and we just wanted to push that to two for the kids and the parents to say well you know. He doesn't need to be an athlete. You know he started at a mile and it doesn't need to be mile you know you can build bill to whatever But we just wanted to to show that the benefits that we felt as a family from running and the the benefits. We've seen personally for George. The awards which obviously are are such a huge huge huge token point nine as well. I mean it starts as prey to Britain amazing. I was that when you you find us on that. That was the best awards of war is so incredible. Couldn't believe it and you you were eleven at the time when you went. Yeah and for eleven year old boy is like a dream. Use is incredible but it was Aaron as well because it was aren't for fundraising year wasn't it was so we got the call to say he'd worn but we allowed to tell him so they had to stage a whole event for him. We had come down to London to George. Simon I'm in cal- lookalike competition. So he had four. Simon Cowe look like George James Ashley Banjo with the judges and We knew what was happening but even even even when it happened often the fifth Simon Carl look-alike Simon Cal and he came in and say the boy's face I mean they just didn't get they thought he was just a really good impersonation and then and finally took his glasses off and said that one and It was a nice where the madness really started. I think has literally been like a complete crazy. rollercoaster ride ever since cents because one award seems to lead to to another oracle and keep going. Tell me the next door that have come a long list. Fula alone together about ten won't even Even live young personality. How INS A hometown northwest from days with the year. Yeah and award and the Roman gods inspiration and running as long as Mike. Bushel up to that and What else did it was Then the points alight award from the Prime Minister independence happiest on And then the Diana award in July so the likely and then the legacy will okay so we have. We have a whole ton of amazing awards But also we have ones are to do with the Diana's legacy on the Diana award not one in the summer didn't tell me how that happened. Georgia school nominated for that And the the Diana would think four hundred people you get given the Diana award around the world. But and every two years The judges mates and the judges headed by Ronson and Holly Branson and and And various other people and they pick the twenty people round the world that they think has made the greatest impact for social change and George was was it was one of those God in the world and so you're at the palace hoping with royalty who was there it was Prince William. Did you chat some about running. Come into a mile with No He's talked out there. Yeah we mentioned it. Probably burn twenty forty seventeen years. He was really nice. Talking about Anglesey Because we have a Caravan Anglesey show. We're talking about low. Yeah great presumably. You would never Have thought there'd be a day where you'd be at the palace collecting an award ultimately for doing some running that she has led to fundraise. I mean a lot of fundraising. It's incredible double what you've achieved. You must be really proud as well yes. I don't like to tell him too. Often books Yeah we we are and even like last night are incredible when you get people coming up to tell you that too. He's an inspiration to them and things like that. That's the thing that we really want to build on with us is is is that it's peration that if we can inspire other people to to get out and get active and whether it's ruining whether it's doing so we won't you know kids active really if George can help to inspire that then Then jumped on furrows Ruby. Oh my God I mean it must have been quite an emotional night though. Yeah I think the pollen count was pretty high in the awesome. It was It was something in my eye What an amazing thing and was presumably one of the youngest people to win this? Yeah Oh actually There's there's another person who is twelve shots. Can Youngest only twenty of this award. So it's it's really a incredible and what what does the what will the Diana like a C do for you from moving forward. It helps me carry on what I'm doing 'cause I know that I'm doing well and the other around definitely. Yeah we're GONNA help whatever you want to achieve. Yeah well it's amazing. What started as a sponsored job has essentially snowballed into something? That's you know kind of like a massive movement now and I mean your goal. Initially in writing saying was seventy five. Miles is going on Yeah well I'm really impressed with what you've done I know the We have this big campaign for the prince's trust awards if you if you're listening this thing though and you think that you'd like to maybe get your kids involved get your kid's school involved than and you can go to the website which is is it. ROOM ADJOINS DOT COM. And then that's basically where you can find eludes information and you still got a few months to do something and to get involved. It's never got an excuse to get of animals so you know coming into winter you need to stay warm and what was better than going for a run. Kyushu Nice Wall. How does running mate? You feel I it makes my knees failed. It's got carried away. The weekend was running around London so So my knees crying moment and but for me. It's it's a family thing. It's it's kind of ingrained in all of us and we managed to pass that down to the next next generation and James over here just a He gets out and runs. Now don't you. I love the whole family running late running with your mom. You Dad Andrzej brother George It's great so how will we get outs in get fennell fee it's It's a great hobby. Yeah is a lovely way to spend family time together as the best runner up. Yeah well I was going to say we do it relief today. Today is obvious that she would be. I think I'm listen. Thank you so so much for going again. Congratulations on your amazing award at. Where's IT GONNA go The the rest figure whereas cabinet or is in your bedroom we have on the table news. Evey good place for at George rate shared shared sued James. Thank you so much for coming in. Congratulations on this. Keep up the good running and If you please if you want to get involved just go to Rome with George Coleman and just kind of have dilute the information there or you can just read up and see what you can do to contribute to these insane number of miles that George has agreed to run and by by spring next year. And by doing. So you'RE GONNA be. You're going to be helping the prince's trust and also you could maybe this is just inspired you to fundraising and some running of your own. Maybe your little ones Wants to do something and maybe running a mile would be an enormous challenge. Will maybe that should be something. You have a goal to do in the coming months. There are loads of opportunities. I can see Georgia's turned running one mile into something quite amazing honestly such inspiration. Thank you do you ever have time for homework. You use running as an excuse of data doing all right happy running.

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"george simon" Discussed on Curious City

Curious City

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"george simon" Discussed on Curious City

"It's curious city where we take your questions about Chicago in the region and investigate for explore from WBZ Insert on D.. Ready go he. I'm curious city reporter reporter Monica and you're listening to fifth graders by Elementary School in Oak Park Illinois. They're diving into what's become an American educational educational rate of passage. They're learning how to play the recorder. In case you didn't know that's a little flute with roots in European Baroque music. Maybe you remember it from your school question. Asker George Simon Schuster does see. He was raised in the Middle East. He came to the US via Canada as a fifth grader so when he arrived and his whole class had to learn this thing called the recorder he thought it was some big American tradition unlike baseball on eating hot dogs and nobody had explained to me right that this is not something that just automatically what some form of entry into the music music world which he eventually figured out. This was just a way to teach kids music but he still couldn't understand. Why so? Many schools chose this high pitched edged flute to do it so he would into carry a city and asked. Why do we have to do that? Like what is the purpose of court. And why do we all have to learn the reporter. These are fair questions. I mean. Why said the squeaky flute? No one really seems to play in an orchestra home with hundreds of thousands of kids kids were they can inflict untold torture on entire families. To answer. Georgia's question turned to Valerie decreased. She's a lady who knows her recorders Valerie's a member of the American Recorder Society. She plays Recorder Band technically called a concert and for seventeen years. She taught Music Music and Oak Park public schools. Using the recorder and Valerie third quarter not just an awesome tool for teaching music but one that frankly we deserves a lot more respect. So how did it go from an instrument that peaked in Europe. More than two hundred years ago to an American classroom staple today day Valerie credits a bunch of things that all converged at once starting in the nineteen fifties one was revival of interest in early music and a sort of rediscovery of the recorder as an instrument that adults were interested in playing another was the spread of something called the Orf Schubert Approach. It's a German style of teaching music. That stresses rhythm melody instruments like the quarter. And the kind of participatory playing. You're hearing here instead of having. Kids is just single onto the teacher on piano. They got to play their own instrument. But the biggest thing was a certain industrial breakthrough that you might remember from nineteen sixty seven movie the graduate plastics. So what does the rise of cheap industrial plastic have to do with music in the nineteen sixties. Recorders started to be manufactured in mass quantities using plastic and they were well tuned instruments and able to be sold cheaply but cheap cheap doesn't mean crummy sound. Check this out. It's Valerie playing pricey would recorder and here's the plastic recorder in a very different. Not Bad right so this explains a lot. But it's not all Valerie reels off. Even more reason three quarters so great for teaching young kids. The recorder is a wonderful way to teach melody two children. It's very portable instrument. The kids can carry it from home to school easily. The Soprano recorder also just the right size for young children and it's possible with good teaching to get a good sound recorder quite quickly add to that longtime state requirements for Grade School music. He's a classes. And you've got a recipe for an instrument that more than one hundred thousand students by each year all around the country but not everyone is convinced and by that I mean people in Canada that's questioner once lived and there are a lot of schools. Go with the Ukulele to teach young kids music Valerie thinks this is a mistake. I mean she likes Ukulele but the Ukulele is designed to play chords on. And it's a pretty advanced concept for the youngest astute children and I think the younger children need to experiment a lot with melody and rhythm before they start bringing in the concept of harmony so the recorders not likely to lose ground to the Ukulele here in the US and this is a lot of benefits. But also one big drawback for Valerie. Because that's so the popular kids instrument folks. Just don't take it seriously and Valerie says the recorder was a very serious instrument in the renaissance in the broke but it fell fell out of favor. It was silent for many many many years and people haven't really taken as seriously as an instrument since that. But it's so wonderful. Lifelong instrument for adults to play adults. Just like Valerie who get together in concerts with folks who play recorders of all sizes. This soprano Alto Tenor Bass and lots of smaller and bigger ones like eight foot. Tall controversies reporter. That looks like a giant wooden beaker and often they'll be joined by players of other early music instruments like chrome horn or sack. But what's a sack but a satisfied is a sort of early trombone. And the Krumholz is a double reed instrument with a Hook on the end and how would you characterize these people who hold onto these baroque instruments and play them. What what kind of groups of people are these I refuse to to answer that question when I take all this information about the sack button. The more practical stuff to George. He admits that all makes a lot of sense but he's still doesn't like the recorder. Maybe because our wasn't particularly good at the recorder quarter still his ears perk up when I tell them the thing about the Ukulele and that of his family had stayed in Canada he might have played that at school instead. How would did you like that? That would have been well despite Georgia's preference for the soothing Ukulele. It's not likely to overtake take the recorder in the US anytime soon. Valerie says it's just got to want going for it and all those parents who just hear screeching Valerie says this she hears a future virtuoso. Just kidding I hear screeching let's face it requires. There's a lot easier to listen to them beginning violin and it comes into tune much more quickly so we all have to pair. Do's and if we do oneday Sunday all that screeching could end up sounding like this. This week's reporting comes from me Mono- on a gang curious cities supported by the Conan Family Foundation. Special thanks to Mrs Rosenbloom. Fifth Grade Class at Biometrics School in Oak Park. The story originally aired in two thousand seventeen.

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"george simon" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on Bodega Boys

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"george simon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The low tonight of thirty one and sunny with a high of sixty on wednesday that's the pick day of the seven get outside and enjoy that is the latest weather forecast from channel thirteen i'm meteorologist ed wilson famous for holding politicians accountable simon conway on newsradio ten forty whol across the great state of iowa is assignment komai show and it is just tuesday right now there's a panel and down at the state house consisting of the secretary of state the attorney general and a state auditor they're trying to figure out just two things right now will run kobe be on the ballot to challenge kim reynolds and we'll theresa greenfield be on the ballot to challenge her fellow democrats with for the right of challenging david young others are the only two things i have left there in the middle of the corbett thing corbett scott a lawyer down there which is crazy as far as i'm concerned so who knows how long this thing is going to take but when we get an answer we will bring it to you you can guarantee it let's go to the phones five one five two eight four hundred forty two eight four ten forty let's talk to george hi george simon i guess what i'm wondering is is is why tom miller sitting down there deciding if they can be on the ballot or not shouldn't he be in his office deciding whether somebody should be held accountable for putting extra names on the ballot to run in the first place that's what we're being told we i guess we have to believe it is that crime i don't know that's something i would certainly be interested in talking to the secretary of state about on the face of it you would think it was a crime with you know fraud to me and if i did was be held accountable for fraudulent practices i think they should be to and i'd wonder like who really knew about the extra names or the double names on those ballots i don't know how much of it is but you would think i what we need to know if if this is a crime in any way whatsoever and at some point i will indeed ask the secretary of state that question if it is then yes someone should have to face the.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"But i think he's gonna be great if it was jaylen brown and all the picks they have in whatever else i i i don't know i guess of being sets on paper but we're still like two years away from me to see them celebrate the near the game was a quashing a division to college fairleigh was they were there like such not an nba team they love each other they pull for each other that's what i wa all right that's it thanks to make france cessa that was so much fun thanks to see geek don't forget about bs nba 20 percent off i'm sorry twenty dollars off your first time using seek for nba tickets use the africa bs mba thanks to sun us remember for a limited time sown us is offering the listeners of the bs podcast ten percent off one order of 2500 hours or less for any product on sonos dot com including sown us one which is spectacular just use the promo code bill 10 builtin capital bill one zero at sonos dot com to receive this exclusive offer i will not be talking everybody again on this podcast until tuesday with cousin sao will be doing a week seventeen lines rehash and the weekend which means that's after christmas wanted a wish everybody a very happy christmas and wanted to mention it's two thousand seventeen as thing for the twenty four th best year in a row the best christmas song what do you think i think the best christmas song estate all i won't for christmas zumarraga accurate that's your choice that summa no mind is this christmas you really thought mariah carey's by number on christmas show is the harry's pick on the owned againsttheodds side uh i just thought it was hilarious but no i i don't know what it would be mine is do they know it's christmas by bandaid move i think it was 1983 or 1984 they all got together raise money for africa and it's a who's who of people i loved when i was fourteen great staying bonao boy george simon labant paul young some murderers' row it's a great song it still holds up my kids are into it my daughter wanted to sing it for school choir this shared and and the subject matter i think there.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"But i think he's gonna be great if it was jaylen brown and all the picks they have in whatever else i i i don't know i guess of being sets on paper but we're still like two years away from me to see them celebrate the near the game was a quashing a division to college fairleigh was they were there like such not an nba team they love each other they pull for each other that's what i wa all right that's it thanks to make france cessa that was so much fun thanks to see geek don't forget about bs nba 20 percent off i'm sorry twenty dollars off your first time using seek for nba tickets use the africa bs mba thanks to sun us remember for a limited time sown us is offering the listeners of the bs podcast ten percent off one order of 2500 hours or less for any product on sonos dot com including sown us one which is spectacular just use the promo code bill 10 builtin capital bill one zero at sonos dot com to receive this exclusive offer i will not be talking everybody again on this podcast until tuesday with cousin sao will be doing a week seventeen lines rehash and the weekend which means that's after christmas wanted a wish everybody a very happy christmas and wanted to mention it's two thousand seventeen as thing for the twenty four th best year in a row the best christmas song what do you think i think the best christmas song estate all i won't for christmas zumarraga accurate that's your choice that summa no mind is this christmas you really thought mariah carey's by number on christmas show is the harry's pick on the owned againsttheodds side uh i just thought it was hilarious but no i i don't know what it would be mine is do they know it's christmas by bandaid move i think it was 1983 or 1984 they all got together raise money for africa and it's a who's who of people i loved when i was fourteen great staying bonao boy george simon labant paul young some murderers' row it's a great song it still holds up my kids are into it my daughter wanted to sing it for school choir this shared and and the subject matter i think there.

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"george simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm misses the world for two days this week turkish served at a new pop up restaurant in toronto was prepared by cooks who are hiv potline dean was born by george simon's ceo of casey house canada's only hospital dedicated to people living with hiv aids with us is maluba hub unyama one of the chefs a welcome to you both good to have you i have fake to be here thank you nasa's unique idea this so casey his vinet level leader in hiv aids care since we opened our doors 88 and leave leads a survey called smash stigma to understand canadians percent round hiv nato and the results were really staggering and really the restaurant was born out if this stat that fifty percent of canadians would not knowingly eat a meal uh by somebody with hiv so it was a great way for us to start a conversation across the dinner table where you share love and compassion while eating a meal and have a discussion of hiv today maluba you are hiv positive if the idea was to make people more comfortable with being around people who are kgb give us your take on that like how below average or or you're finding the education around hiv aids still it's surprising to me because i was born with hiv which was something i've never so it's really surprising i talk to other twenty four year olds that mainly aren't as educated move because we didn't lived through this epidemic i'm just to speak on it i think some people still think that you can get be from saliva concerned that it from sweatpants gel cut your there's a problem am seen from this reliable asking what if you cut your hand in the restaurant chefs can tell us is when you play hairdresser right you treated just as any other regular chef would and i think a lot of people don't realize that and hopefully we get this awareness out there us so maluba you are one of the fourteen shots how did that fuel for you it felt amazing i mean one thing when i do opportunities like this i don't like to be token eyes yields is hiv positive person but in this situation i don't cook i don't really have the passion to cook i don't really want to learn.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And in a way that civil deeper because one of the things that i think we're not very good at is we rewrite history all the time so if you read modern history you're reading what we think about it now you know so you could read an old book of history but when you read a novel you are reading how people thought what they were struggling with you know you read a book like another trawl the loved can you forgive her it's the sort of protophase aminist novel about these women who made choices that were unconventional in who they would marry and the fact that that was even an issue but if we can look back on that but it's like oh my god you can see it as a moral struggle and he's kind of trying to set you up to say yes you can forgive her because she didn't mary and the the the socially approved guy like like it just gives you a deeper insight into our own world because one of the things that this kind of brings me back to you know 'cause it's gave the structural differential the map is not territory my training with george simon learning to see our own world in the same way that you know that things that we take for granted will in a we will one day look back owner or other people will look back on and say how quaint and you know the in our own lives senior our daily lives in the ability to go away this way that i have always been may not be the only way to be that i can change.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"A but the amy about but yeah i i was really grateful to dick because i do i can't i mean i had long d'une but getting deeper into it and spending time with frank you know i was definitely one of you know he was he was the other i've had multiple fathers in my life which is a wonderful thing you know people who can help you shake me and it does make me sank the one of the things that is so missing in our culture is that we don't have enough fathers angry others you know so white when when you think about how we were meant to be raise you know in in these communities you know the the uh the the nuclear family is kind of a crime against humanity on us a strong word but just like how do we build stronger communities because i think it in my life you know how important it was to have people who said you're special you know and i know you deeply and i see something a new and just to expect that lake two adult parents of the only people who can do that for you you how do we build richer communities of adults who help model in shape our joint as so i was just super lucky because i add my own data a george simon and then they had frank herbert and i add my uh my ex wife voller jackson alban who kind of inspired me to think about business and it was just so interested as a built by business you know when he died it was almost like i had been leaning on this wins at i almost fell over you know because it was it was just like i had realize just how much is continued interest was feeding the inner was like.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"You know i think it's different when when you say we if you mean all of humanity i think we are all rediscovering that process in our lives in uh i think societies can get further or closer individuals can get further a closer but i think as a whole we have in fact taken in more and more of that parabola you know the the the circle has got bigger and the the the useful labels have got bigger also many of them have gotten gm things of get mislabeled but i you know if you think i and this was sort of another piece of what i learned from from george simon and it really was this idea that that is our work our work is to take in more of the unknown and to bring it into our experience and bring it into our knowledge and is always more now george used to have as great formulation he he referred to god as as cetera the all the rest at a low it and i love that you know and it's just sort of dramatically it's it's a useful it's not just mental construct but psychological construct and it comes up for me of the way iraq iran i have an idea like visit i just see it everywhere you notice is to be this still is i think this this a mocked erode that cold borgen's tero have never seen as his is popular in the '70s out of it still available anywhere.

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"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"george simon" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"A decision that you made in this is transitioning from me classics degree a two rating technical manuals for lack of a better description you could certainly give some more context but how did that happen in why did you decide to trend in that direction well it it it was pretty simple first of all let me give a little context for the classics uh i had worked in the early 70s when i was actually just even a teenager with a guy named george simon who uh had developed this theory about the evolution of consciousness and also about a experiential approach to and it you know kind of inner spiritual grows up you know i i could kind of gwynant in more detail uh butler just end but one of his ideas was that had been this profound evolution of consciousness over time uh and there was a soda historical arc to it and that we were in a period of soda individuation now the had really begun in classical greece and you are you know they're actually books like brunei smells the discovery the mind where you can kind of see this you know that when they talk about in homer uh new adduce uh doesn't decides to do something lena puts this idea into his do moss his liver and any acts and then by the time four hundred years later when you're reading about socrates you're seeing them wrestling with these ideas that really are at the heart of.

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