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"jordan hall" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Venture Stories

"The even offered more unconscious characteristics risks that are associated with things like deep axiomatic assumptions of what it means to be in group out group. Basil values that more or less are assumed to be shared across the entire field so that we can actually move into coordination space pretty quickly cultural life will that other ways the biological there and the Galway data at the center of the Earth again but the now. I said I was going to destroy it. I just did one kind of from the financial down and then just recognize that you can check this out of fear so did it is like a slice of cake slice slice through this fear that I can have other things at the surface level besides finance right now. He's GonNa focus on that because it's concrete music so if we say that software is eating the world can either from the outside in actually I think I've talked about this on video for draper university. So if anybody's interested I think actually did hope on that and we can time. It's okay as it's moving from the outside in can look at where it is progressive notice where it's whereas penetrating and in the past decade. It's penetrated straight through in shoes social. There were hitting things like money and governance and law like a theory of smart contracts like these things are now the beginning the process there were in the early early stages for those of us who are old enough to have lived through say dialup modems and build your own. PC's all with where we are the point where things are being done by guys ascribing beards and pizzas stains on their tee shirts to the point where it's a billion dollar company. You know you can kind of connect the dots it's not that hard to get ride. The S curve took took direct so were somewhere around this point of the esker in that face an probably not going to be happening so that's an element which just a up all these things around say the nation state for example the Westphalian political consensus is now moving into the liquid stage is about to be consumed and also also already noticing in the past say five years. The cultural face is now in that process and this is what I was largely writing about so. MSA's around situation assessment the trump election breakfasts and things like that is recognized cultural phases now in the software Gregor and to some extent things like crisper whisper pay a moment to recognize. I that notion the suffers eating the world needs to be taken dead seriously. The second is what's a Meta Meta concept of actually. What do you do when things are moving into that level of change Is there a wage actually orient your choice making that his resilient to the context itself itself being moving from solid liquid to guess quickly in your in the time horizon if you're on planning Barbara for example so if facebook's Komo transformation was move fast and break from for move fast and break things move slow and build infra and we can talk about how satisfying or not satisfying that is what is the software as the world's transformation into something more sustainable version about what I hear from you on gay is some version of what guy you here won't get you there. The facebook move as get your certain elements now. You need to do something different. You know we needed a game to a certain element. Now needs to something different yeah. That's that's a the You could say that about game. This game got us. Here is not gonNA get us there. Then we have to ask the question. What is what is. This would is gay if you if you don't want to if you want they use that to get to the next place you have to be careful. What is that to the answer to your questions very profound in court but it's something along the lines of how do we actually become capable as individuals in the ultras groups of individuals that those two moves important of having the the list issues determines terms of not very good but they're not terrible the intelligence. I'm here come invoke ver- vacancies definitions because his definition in Israel definition of rationality is stressed the rationality capable of having the level of rationality necessary to guide of design and implementation of the total field of the objects notice software advocate bigger concept in soccer using that as a symbol representations presentation so how do we become capable as individuals and as groups of having enough rationality to guide the design and implementation Asian of the totality of the oxygen software so as to deliver on something that is in fact actually sustainable at all over. YOU'RE A in this turns out to be an indefinite period of top can go to that last piece because it turns out to be quite a challenging conceptual landscape to walk into you but it's something like a under conditions of accelerating change. Things have to be awfully time at variant if that makes any sense and while we're I don't DEF- defining the terms for for what we do our best to crystallize three one so what is the best way you explain whether it's a metaphor analogy analogy or for you know technologist listening investors what is game as they can better understand it so that they can zoom out. If we're if we're going to say the thing we're not doing what is yeah. Let's give me challenged for everybody every single class you just mentioned so. I'm going to speak to you not as an investor but as a biological being happens to be in the world and then allied with be recognize recognize that distinction is a distinction. It's real so there's two ways of saying that I think are generally helpful. One way is it's literally everything the human beings he's not everything but ninety nine point nine nine seven percent of everything human beings have been doing to design our world for about the past thirty thousand years so it's not a small small thing. It's a big thing it covers a huge territory so it's include the totality of the agricultural revolution the industrial revolution all variations theme so so that unions game Azziz Eisenhower's Americans are all gays stanchions. Okay so that's one way of putting it kind of a historical experiential conceptually it seems to be mostly entire mostly around the application of the tools and methodologies of complicatedness to manage complex and we can really double click on that if you'd like but these are formal concepts that have been refined nicely with the plastic half of the philosophy lost via science here. Can you explain it a little bit so here. I'll reference alesia Guerrero aunt. Dave Snowden spins the personal actually she learned concepts from directly and of course have dealt into enormously but the basic framework assist divide the world is a two by it's divided into four but I'll just do to make it simpler on the right hand side washy too complicated I because we're as humans quietly with complicated and a complicated systems assistant at the end of the day is finite and bounded at which means that for example a number of in the causal causation calls relationships are ex livable. It may not in fact be explicit. They are at least in in principle explicable. You can identify a causal relationship between the units which is to say they are not a seven forty seven and assailants ship and the game of TIC TAC to are all all a relatively complicated snowden makes a distinction between simple uncomplicated and epistemological which is to stay within the context of your intelligence. If it's inside the boundaries of your intelligence eligible simple it's outside the boundaries is complicated so tic TAC two. It's simple go as complicated or at least chest is complicated. I think goes also complicated at enough about to say that with precision position and so one of the things about appointment for seven is that in principle I can take the whole thing apart all the way down to components and reassemble it and it's a steps as algorithms steps APPs like I could run a software program in public do that whole thing and it would work and I can affect point two particular component into ask. Was that about it can you. You can tell me they would do brick of. It's simple. It's simple. It's real easy. It's complicated. We have to get a whole crew of people to be able to handle the the complicatedness That's complicated complexity. Complexity is literally all wrestler Universe Right. It's it's reality as it really is and some of the things about complexity are that it's not a finite or bounded an conversation is strictly indeterminable meaning that you cannot actually identified the causal the we call the efficient cause of any given event and you can't precisely identify the specific effects of any given costs right so there's some notions causation going on but it's it's more than just like hard to figure out is somewhere in the zone of indeterminate. There's something about the inability to actually estimate at all that is intrinsic to the nature system and has evolved at this nursing of not finding unbounded means that it's the ball at the qualitative characteristics of the space literally Sir nominated did not exist at all in universe keep fucking popping up and changing the entire category to gain by the way at the microcosmic scale all the way up to the macrocosm Gasa so sometimes just the we might call mutations to changes in the characteristics on the interior of some complex system. do generally call emergencies which might be the emergence of entirely new quantitive system so you see it for example. I've got hydrogen helium and gravity and all of a sudden Annetta fucking newer. I've got a star. There's a point at which that didn't was the cases when it which was right and prior to the existence of star in reality won unofficial logical point might say yeah that was something that was possible reality but it was an actual reality but any event if you're sitting there as observer watching it the things that can happen in reality. It just really really changed a lot like for example you could have planets with Earth's Zeph this like the difference between the two and there's actually a really interesting history of the relationship between between the two because if you don't know if you know the the history of non linear and complex and often equilibriums related fascinating space of time where up until the sixties or so even with the categories of thought it's fascinating actress because so much of life is in the complex to make the most of the things we care about the complex likes to me but because Newton so good at actually doing useful stop like building cannonballs that we had this weird like centuries-long Myopia. We actually began to think of reality as only that portion of reality the linear science science could build engineering out so we kind of like sort of looked at say biology in evolution in sort of like ignore that for now. Let's let's is focused on. Say Trains does really kill it. We can build faster trains at that'll that'll give me later giving rich or powerful Ignore this problem which seems quite intractable and maybe put it in the epistemological category. I will figure it out tomorrow. And then of course the turnout is as the the the science begin to merge in the sixties and seventies really ramp to the eighties. Oh Shit with forgot almost everything that matters is in other domain which is strictly not linear for example and so none of that science can apply but we can actually the scientific about it we can actually couldn't entirely domain of science or many extra distinct domains of scientist and bring a lot more reality in to our consideration so so gay is is this really interesting problematic of against the whole newtonian stories interesting example of how problematic shows up that human beings can use semantic rationality language and some finite set of symbolic objects that are in a logical each other to zip line and collaborate. That's like the thing that we really figured out how to do well and it's great because it can be scaled sector. That could write shit down. You can read it at the instructions. Are The literature you then you can execute on on that plant can criticize write it down. You can execute on that schematic. Nabil's collaboration or coordination positives did very strong so the use deployment and refinement of complicatedness has been like a massive like is the mother of all inventions is the birthplace of techno Nokia. Ah in general is literally the Logie of technique and so it's like wow powerful cool leads to all kinds of stuff that's gaming and that we've reached the end of that instead of nested s curves that our technology in general as reaching the end of the bed s curve of technical gear games ritual point where its boundary conditions are fast fast approaching for wide variety of different reasons and this poses the what might else be and that's incense was real inquiry game was like more mortga designed space what is designed space that is not gay an adequate to be able to resolve the various problems that we can identify design constraints any viable game be like is actually in principle capable of managing the software in the world. That's like that's one design constraints as you spend time in that design speech you can actually begin we can get some real interesting answers the question but that's the distinction by actually literally theoretical distinction between a concrete definition of assistive designed toolkit gay all the things that it can be would it's where it's headed and then a sort of Meta's designed document of this sort of thing muscle click for to be a meaningful NFL endeavor at all and and Elena description I want to zoom out to talk about something you took an earlier which is somewhat of a frustration..

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"jordan hall" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He's not even thinking about being finished the point four years more. He wants to play. He can't accept the gold mantle because he doesn't want to rest on his laurels. He's just like that was the Michael Jordan in him. Speaking did Michael Jordan wanna be goaded before he left Chicago. No, he needed to look for every little way, shape and form even with was Michael Jordan's hall of fame speech that you hated what did he do? He just destroyed. Everybody who down. Yeah. What what what did he say ninety two? What did magic say, Michael, Jordan? This is my MBA. Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson. He said the Larry Bird, so he home. Now every day, I covered Michael Jordan. He looked for another fight to pick with somebody for no reason, I told you the story they're playing New Jersey and Calipari is on the sideline and Michael went off on them at New Jersey one once Friday night, and I just sat there and all and Michael is pointing at Cal pairing. I'm thinking he doesn't even know Calipari. So I go to Michael after the game what's going on. He said, I don't know. I just don't like the way he acts. I don't like the way you walks up and down the Cy. I said you don't like the way he walks struts up and down the sideline. And I wanted to put him in his play you wanted to put that little guy. Nobody even knew Calipari was okay skill. He does he as the fact he called a goat walls into a locker room said he the bed is Mojo. What invest that's Jordan all over again? That's who he is. No. No, no, no. No. No, no. He doesn't want anybody to tell him. He's the goat. No. No. No. You're not getting it. You don't understand? He needs chip on children. He needs Shannon Sharpe. To keep saying. He's too old. What did I hear the whole year from Shannon Shaw? He's too old. He's lost his nerve. He's lost his velocity. He's lost. His accuracy. What did he do to you? He he just stuck it right down your throat. Did you see it gets the chargers? Did you see him at Kansas City? Did you see him in that drive in the Super Bowl at one drag? You know, what to do? My turn. Rebuttal. You can't do this. So Michael Jordan Tom Brady who is Michael Jordan, Tom Brady wants to be able to tell the crowd at the rally before he gets on the plane to the Super Bowl. We're still here. We're still here. If you go to you can't say, we're still here because then you think knowledged he's the greatest he doesn't wanna be knowledge yet. He wants you to doubt him. He needs to be fueled by Shannon Sharpe. And you gotta keep you need you to keep ripping him because you're going to rip him all the way to three more Super Bowls. That's what's going to happen. Yeah. Argument for me, you keep saying he's saying that privately, and that's my point. He thinks he can see it when he walks on the field. You can see he's the baddest on the planet. You know? He's trying to compete with that. He's humble. And that's not the way. He he doesn't want straight into say. You're the goat. He's like, I cringe. He doesn't wanna stop. If he had just retired. He would accept that. So no the word if you're playing if you play so hold on. And he's only just begun. No issue. Ten years. You don't get it. You don't understand the psyche? Because you can't get seat through the package. There's something about the package that offends you. And I get it about the past five me. What biz me when he insults intelligent when he says one thing privately and he tries to display this publicly death by problem. Stop lying. The problem humility fear. He doesn't need the public to endorse him. He endorses himself. He was the one. Who said I'm still the baddest on the plan saying what believes that one? No, no. Why does second? Did. He not what Shannon Sharpe. Did he not look like the Battisti enough to you?.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"But if you throw some fuel on that fire. They will you lies it and they've they master how to utilize, but it won't change after the first couple of snaps. Trust me. I'm not thinking about remember, you said this. I got the focus on what I need to get done. Now if I make a couple of plays on my throw back in your face. But when the ball snapped when that whistle was blown the clock's ticking down, I'm not thinking on get him. I'm kidding. No. I'm just gonna do what I do. And hopefully, we win. So then I can come back. If he like got you boss, but you're talking about one. The game snaps. I'm talking about leading up to the game and the whole week of preparation and the focus in the energy. It takes to get to the game and Marceau's I'll say this. I I really didn't truly by this type of bulletin board deal until Michael Jordan's hall of fame speeds, and how he talked about he looked for fuel anywhere and used anything made up a story that he got cut from high school and had bitterness towards that coach. And again, there's something different about the Brady's the Michael Jordans and the people that pursue being the greatest of the greats. They're a little all you said he made up something. Right. And you know, what's funny about athletes? It's amazing. When you're like, you said in preparation, I'm going to be fully motivated in a moment of truth. Like, you say, I gotta lock in. We all know that the jets fly over national anthem. Whether you stand in the nil, and whatever happens all. Sudden you hear that foot hit the leather boots and board material going everything and Michael Jordan said, yeah. Made up a story. Even give me motivated. It's amazing that the content of what prepares us has to have a story. So then after the fact like you said you make a few plays you start to make the story happen. Oh, member you said this. But guess what? Even if you didn't say that knowing I was going to be looking at like, okay deal with me all up saying is ongoing to get to the same place. Whether you give me a story with it or not and Tom Brady doesn't need store. Why are they on the sidelines talking about why after the game is Tom Brady, mocking the people the doubted him this guy uses this kind of few y'all keep saying go once the game snaps. They don't forget when I watched the day talking about he's in favorite, so many games so many sue both. So what was the story in it wasn't underdog. It wasn't y'all tall. Every year. What? The first time. Remember, they came out as a whole group team. Oh my God. This is the greatest downtown astroturf. Again. What am I uses the same? And when you talk about mundane this dudes nine Super Bowl. Yes. And he has because it is mundane to him. This is nights he has to using little things. But if you always find something, then doesn't that mean to you that he doesn't need anything? He will find something within himself and then attach it to us. Now, they're what you mean. He already has in what he did give it to him. And it shows you when Roby the second time became round and cameras came in his face. What did he do he backtracked? 'cause I think someone told him when he finally realized I just took a shot at to go. I took a shot at the patriots. And I put my whole team when this happens when you make these comments as a player is not just about you anymore. Now what's going to happen? When the camera get put one of your teammates as they're going to ask the a question about what Robie said. Hey, man, he said he will come out Tom Brady. Oh, you can't do this this. Now, you putting your teammates and everybody else in Germany, and then they go back you up, and right, which you, but at the same time you jumped out there you made a comment and now you got to backtrack on because now you you put in your team. But he did GECAS lane Johnson alshon Jeffery last year. All what all players slap. God they could've played bad still would have been winning..

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"jordan hall" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"We just focus on whatever is. To make me not feel uncomfortable in the moment. Yeah. I mean, the other thing I try to think about is like, well, this is what I got. Right. You know, like this is what I got. So what am I going? You know, what am I going to obviously, there's parts of it? I can Troy control edgy next. I, you know. The planes delayed. What are you gonna do? Yeah. I mean, basically sounds like a sublime song. Yeah. Was like, that's what you get. You know, it is you got. Yeah. Yeah. But we spend so much time either telling ourselves that what we got is because we're magical and special, and that's the ego part of it or that this is so unfair. And then we deserve better, blah, blah, blah, and Satish going. It is what it is. But there are good. I mean, you know, again, it's such a. The eagle was almost. It's almost like a a weapon in a way. It's like you can get cut by. But it can also be helpful too. In the sense that if we didn't have some sense of it, we might never strive to do anything better because we might not believe that we could like the fact that, you know, anyone thinks like, well, I have an idea that's going to change the world. I mean, maybe that's good that we have some of that. Yeah. Look, it's a balance. I mean, I guess the fear with the fear with the show dropped. It's good that I dropped it. It's good that I dropped on me. I appreciate that. I dropped it. It's like, yeah. If you become if you become enlightened to stop caring about everything right now. I mean, it seems like a lot of the enlightened people that I admire still did a lot, you know. And so. I don't know it is it is a fear. But I say like ego is fuel, but it's bad fuel in the way that like anger is bad fuel. But have you seen the Michael Jordan hall of fame speech? No, it's the it's the one reads crying the memories. Yeah. But he gives this speech when he wins, the his inducted to the Basketball Hall of fame, and it should it should be this crowning moment of chievements for him. He's honored by all his peers. He's like a billionaire is the best basketball player who ever lived. And like he opens the speech by he's invite so famously you gets cut from his high school basketball team. He invites that dude to the speech to say like you were wrong like he's he's so held onto the anger in them along. And it's like he literally then speaks for like the next thirty minutes, basically bring up every slight and ensure and insult he's ever received. And how these were all fuel for him. And it's like totally inappropriate for the setting. And it's increasingly awkward in everyone in the audience is deeply uncomfortable. And you're just like, oh, this is the problem with being motivated by anger, which is that it it works in the short term. Then you can't turn it off like so it's like he even complains in the talk about how expensive the tickets to the event were and he points to his kids. And he goes, you don't even appreciate like how much I pay for you to. And you're just like, wow. It's almost sad. And I think it could take it out of context. It doesn't sound like a totally miserable person. So I don't mean to imply that. But you're just like the problem with it is you can't turn it off. Right. And it's like you keep it's like if you keep the wounds Ross, you can use them. They just never heal. Oh, right. If you use that as fuel for the that's what's going to magnify. That's what's going to percolate in your soul. And it's never and then nothing's ever going to be like, and you go Montoya than a Princess bride. Like I've been in the revenge. Visit for song. I don't know what to do with my life now. Yeah. It's like he used being angry at this guy to get him back on the high. You've got back on the high school basketball team the next year, but he's still holding onto it like forty years later like that sucks. Yeah. That's the problem with eagle and anger has fueled. Yeah. And it's an in in subtle art, not giving a fuck..

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"jordan hall" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"And so I'd like printed off on my home computer printed off the sheet of paper, and I gave it to an assistant coach. He didn't know it was in it and gave to Sistan coach as I just hold on this. I'm gonna need it after the game. Right? So we won by twenty five. I had thirty four points and like we're going to like shake hands in in the post game line. Yeah. I walk system coach and get ready to ask him for the sheet of paper, and I had this moment where all Mike, this is not the person I want to be like, this is not the person I want to be. I don't want to like we're. Michael Jordan hall of fame, speech type IV? Yes, because you know what? It's never ending. You do it once you do it twice and it just becomes a cycle of negativity responding to never negatively like I would rather mice sort of motivation and enjoyment sense of accomplishment come from something that sort of is internal. So what's that burn? What is that thing? I think it's man. That's tough. I think part of it is just taking pride like my dad, you know, did not have an illustrious career in in sort of the the, you know, successful sense, the word. Was he an athlete as well? No, other heat was account ler gotta. Got got, but he went to work every day. Yeah, you know, that's what he did. He went to work every day. Yeah. So I took that from him. I saw him. He had five kids, like at one point how we had five kids was unemployed for eighteen months when I was nine years old and he. I would just do odd jobs to to basically pay groceries. We. We had a ninety at one car at the time was a nineteen Eighty-three Honda Civic all seven of us would pilot in there. Hopefully the statute of limitations ran out on that. And so I took that from him and then and then so like that's part of it for me. It's just like the work like I enjoy the work. Yeah, enjoy the work. I enjoy the process of getting better to like a like what you were talking about in slow grind. Right. I love that. Actually, to me is like probably what I love most about my jazz question. How many shots were you shooting in middle school? I mean, I've hundreds of shots day since I was like twelve, probably, yeah, hundred. Like before I can. I've actually four school. Yeah. Oh, you wanna let you know this on the record because there's a lot of people like when you're in like middle school, high school, whatever you look NBA players and you're just like, well, yeah, like they have the best trainers in the world, but will I've argued with friends where I'm like, you gotta understand this person was probably taking six to eight hundred jump shots a day when we were thirteen. When we were all chugging mountain dew code red in eating, frozen pizza. Getting up lay. He got up at six. This is pre Adidas contract pre Nike pre coach k. so you're thirteen years old, how many. Shots. Do you take him? Yes. So like that age, like junior high school high sat, seventh grade, I'm going. I'm going to school seven thirty hand or like to athlete clubs like the rack in the caq I used to sneak in the CAC because like you know, on have a have a membership there. Yeah, I would sneak into one of those sticking to the junior high school and like I didn't have a rebounder. That's the other thing. I didn't have a trainer and I I was thinking about this the other day because I almost didn't have a rebounder this past weekend in Florida. And I was like, I'm gonna have to start spitting the ball to myself and like you would literally and I would spend the ball to myself. Okay. And I'd sprint off a screen. Go get the ball, shoot..

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"jordan hall" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"I started making my own music when I was four. This is sound from video from my first recital. Me and my teacher playing together. I remember loving that everyone was looking at me and I was so amazed to see how it got everyone's attention by playing piano. And so I just stared at back at the audience and people started laughing because I wasn't looking at the keys at and I thought this is awesome. I knew I wanted to become a professional pianist when I got to play with an orchestra out for the first time. This is me playing Mozart's piano concerto in a major with the local orchestra. I will never forget when the conductor came over to my house and we practice how I would follow his baton. I still think back on that moment and I remember how I dreamed and still dream of someday traveling the world with orchestras. That's when I got really into playing the piano and started practicing piano more. Beyond my dream of becoming a professional musician. I love the piano because of the ways it stirs up my imagination. Like with this piece, I'm about to play piano arrangement of theme from gem Carlo Menotti opera the old maid and the thief. The piece is in two parts. I a melancholy Richard Cari. I liked it. Think of the maid who has decided to take in Bob, a handsome guy she thinks is, but is not at this point and it's like she's saying to herself that she shouldn't love the thief, but is contradicting herself saying she does love the thief. I tried to put some melancholy into it, and then in Tacoma part where I can imagine bomb who's actually an honest guy, but he's now turned into a thief because of what's happened in the story. And he's running away with the pretty housemaid. Maybe they're tripping over something. And what. It's really quiet. They're hiding behind a garbage can, but maybe you'll have your own interpretation just don't expect to stare at the audience here at Jordan hall. I've gotten over that. Enjoy. Takata on a theme from Giancarlo may not old maid and the thirteen year old male me on the by Acton Massachusetts..

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"jordan hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only african american gas stations in los angeles and if you can imagine i mean only now you mean now right now yeah if you can imagine you know the cars know capital of the world only having one black owned gas station it's pretty incredible it's amazing so you you leave los angeles and i from my stand on your map you had to arizona right right i go to phoenix arizona and one of the addresses that come i was the louis jordan hall now people who understand music and everything they know louis jordan is one of the pioneers in jazz and hip hop and rb and so i figured okay this is a great thing i maybe it's the saint louis jordan maybe somebody else right so i go there and it's a brick building kind of in the desert it was listed in the book as a tourist home listeners should think of an airbnb of of nine hundred fifty seven basically what you could do is you could go to a boarding home or a private home that someone owned and rent a row because you wouldn't be able to get a hotel so i knock on the door in the guy comes out and and i'm just you know hey tell him what i'm doing and i'm trying to figure out okay who lives here now and he says oh well this home doesn't belong to louis jordan anymore this home belongs to the nation of islam leader louis farrakhan wow no you don't think this going to be like mabel jones so it was incredible to find i found that you'll get history and present day kind of mix in almost all of these homes i gotta ask you a question you're trying to go tony black establishment suspend your money how to feel feel oh it was absolutely phenomenal and yet you mentioned the fact that one of the things i was trying to do was to see how much money i could spend their black on business and the the the whole point of that is to understand that black has always been one of the pillars of african american civil rights movement being able to have a business and then using that business to help build up neighborhoods and in one of the things that was great was the sea in particular all these young entrepreneurs particularly young african american women who were entrepreneurs we're taking risks this young woman decided to open up a vegan restaurant in the heart of south dallas that's a mighty long odds with delicious.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Avs keep playing the war you know it's it's hard to stay on top and you saw a little bit this the not in these finals but you saw it against the rockets and you saw during the regular season when they had a lot of nights where it was tough to get them motivated so i wouldn't just you know right in pen that the warriors are going to win the two thousand nineteen finals as well big cats joining us it's waddle and silvy on espn one thousand meller came up with his most fun chaotic off season in the nba he said the league it would be great if it went all w and lebron opted out along with k d opting out and they joined forces together in la with magic johnson with the lakers and now all of a sudden the good guy kevin durant in oakland is now the bad guy and those two teams battle for supremacy in the west if you have any scenario that you could create what would you create how about lebron and dwayne wade coming to chicago ten summer all over again you want twain way down like why not well if you came with lebron i would probably yeah i like that maybe it would be nice if there was like a balance so maybe kawai goes to the to the sixers lebron goes to maybe the lakers with paul george so then you have the celtics the sixers the rockets the lakers and the warriors all being those teams that all compete so then you have five teams that could win a championship that would probably be my my like best wish for how everything could pan out i think the speculation is and i it's a speculation is share is key this is his protests for not being selected are inducted earlier than now silly that's so weird why wouldn't you just do the speech and you know do like the michael jordan hall of fame speech and tickets to every body right.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"It would be bigger to me is the senate then if there's only said hey we disagree this okay well can we can we can we move forward to these nba finals i wanna say that i'm very glad right real quick we back again for the nba finals okay and my thing is this from everybody that's listening out here and watch everything or shows all year he's the greatest he's the best player ever he wins with less everybody better from beyond saves you talking about lebron okay going we know i don't even need to yeah i i listened to say his name right they need right i am a fan lebron with the difference is i hold them accountable you can't have it both ways the consolation prize is they will vote him for league in and kevin durant will host the second championship and lebron have a losing record sturt donkin donkin curry and the rent an nba finals tennis finals record right now eighteen to twenty seven it will go to thirty one losses and probably nineteen nineteen thirty one when all soon though and my whole thing is what isaiah thomas who is ten painted for a new job or something needs to stop with the michael jordan hall as it needs to stop the bras all time great you could put them top five that small forward of all time it's okay when he has too many dubious honest though he lost in the olympics he's lost back to back finals twice if i lose four out of five i mean he has the worst record the last fifty years i mean if we go talk about stuff we gotta bring all all this is let me say this right there i hear where you come from but i know you you don't get to come on my show even though you my boy and i love you you don't get to come on my show a lot to the american people you are not a fan lebron james you stop lying.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"It would be bigger to me is the senate then if there's only said hey we disagree this okay well can we can we can we move forward to these nba finals i wanna say that i'm very glad right real quick we back again for the nba finals okay and my thing is this from everybody that's listening out here and watch everything or shows all year he's the greatest he's the best player ever he wins with less everybody better from beyond saves you talking about lebron okay going we know i don't even need to yeah i i listened to say his name right they need right i am a fan lebron with the difference is i hold them accountable you can't have it both ways the consolation prize is they will vote him for league in and kevin durant will host the second championship and lebron have a losing record sturt donkin donkin curry and the rent an nba finals tennis finals record right now eighteen to twenty seven it will go to thirty one losses and probably nineteen nineteen thirty one when all soon though and my whole thing is what isaiah thomas who is ten painted for a new job or something needs to stop with the michael jordan hall as it needs to stop the bras all time great you could put them top five that small forward of all time it's okay when he has too many dubious honest though he lost in the olympics he's lost back to back finals twice if i lose four out of five i mean he has the worst record the last fifty years i mean if we go talk about stuff we gotta bring all all this is let me say this right there i hear where you come from but i know you you don't get to come on my show even though you my boy and i love you you don't get to come on my show a lot to the american people you are not a fan lebron james you stop lying.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Yeah i mean listen michael jordan's hall of fame speech she was still testing tom's driven guy tom i'm lost a super bowl tom probably hates his off season when mario manningham and david tyree mak catch or they lose tom's probably pissy all off season those tom's really happy and stays an extra week in costa rica when element makes the catch or malcolm butler intercept russell wilson tom's off season has been that of a superstar who lost a huge game he's been at times you know a little unhappy he seems to have gotten over it seemed he markham coat malcolm code one guy's name the other guy is just coach coach he's he's been with this guy for eighteen years and you don't think he ever caused him bill when they're on better terms again i like the ways handling the off season because somebody needs to put some pressure on bill belichick and tom brady is about the only guy that can do it and so i'm glad he's kept the ota's i'm glad he's talking about this very publicly he's basically trying to shame bella check into an explanation because owl's patriots fans and the fifty three guys on that team and the ownership and the season ticket holders bella check needs to explain that damn decision because he called him coach if i'm on tv saying my co host my co host instead of chinese people would be like what's not i'm really i'm perfectly fine with that we have this this idea of what we think quarterbacks in how quarterbacks to carry themselves all throughout their career and tom brady up until this point has always been that that trademark.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I don't i don't think of course license hit me about your timeshare kidnap those now that korean family ninety four i don't completely forget that he's just like i'm bigger than you have got more money and i'll just talk over you you try to get a joke on me he always wears one of his rings like he anywheres house shoes everywhere oh yeah the dreams yet he's a dj now and also share yeah cop me someone got him too big miranda that took me out is the only person who's everybody look give himself nicknames and no one batman i was just like it's fine cool please out tear down our our city sir yeah shack i we haven't a conversation the office i he was the most recognizable human on the planet and i didn't hear a single good retort against it who who's listed i'm trying to jordan hall to be up there the i guess i i would would just just look look for big white hat be i guess people were saying obama and trump which i i don't disagree with but like obama specifically i could see a lot of people being like that can't be obama like i yeah like with the thing you shack most recognizable right yeah okay yeah so you could recognize check from two blocks down what i'm saying yes alive maybe the answers manute bol even he's also debtor than shack recognize him like grab that definitely wasn't manute bol because he.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Number one the stanford prison experiment was supposed to last two weeks but it didn't even last one because even fake incarceration can actually break people down another reminder to keep your shit together so you don't end end up in real prison number two the fake guards started really physically abusing degrading the fake prisoners on day one on day one makes you wonder what has gone on a real prisons and time suckers out there who spent time in real prison if you have some insight for us you'd like to share and horror stories you feel comfortable sharing a senate in number three stanford psychology professor philip zimbardo to turn the basement of jordan hall the headquarters of the department of psychology stanford university into a fake prison how fun would it have been to be a psychology professor nineteen seventyone town's kind of awesome number four basically putting the right situation people do things they never thought themselves morally capable of doing so be careful when it comes to the situations you put yourself in number five new info the stanford prison experiment changed the way psychological studies could be done in the us since the time of the stanford experiment ethical guidelines have been established for experiments involving human subjects the stanford prison experiment led to the implementation of rules to preclude any harmful treatment of participants before they are implemented human studies must now be reviewed and founded by an institutional review board or ethics committee to be accordance with ethical guidelines set by the american psychological association these guidelines of all consideration of whether the potential benefit for science outweighs the.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Support for npr and the following message come from georgetown university featuring parttime master's degrees answered certificates in downtown d c and online information at sc s dow georgetown dot edu slash npr hey there podcast her thanks for downloading at i hope you enjoy our hometown show this week one of the cool things about this episode is it's age range we've got the full range of perspective first off you're going to hear a 12yearold performing a showpiece with that fantastic carefree 12yearold energy and the show concludes with an eighteen year old in his first month of conservatory and who is reshaping his music in a deeper more thoughtful way i think you'll like all the life stages on the show here it is from npr from the tom celebrating the power of music in the hands of america's came here's our host concert pianist chris federal riley thank you very much and welcome it's great to be back in boston we've got another inspiring show for our hometown crowd here at new england conservatories jordan hall and for all our listeners across the country today it's all musicians from the boston new york corridor you're going to hear and outstanding young women's chorus from boston's famous handle an haydn's society a boston area violinist who grew up with such enthusiasm for the classical music scene here he attempted to do everything it had to offer at once and we're going to meet and outstanding candidates who moved from shanghai to study at the juilliard pre college program in new york we're gonna start things off with the youngest musician on today's show also from new york from ryan new york this is 12yearold cellist sean you.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on KGO 810

"There are a group dynamics that that come into play so please refresh us about one of my absolute favorite studies ever done which was right there at stanford and philip zimbardo tell roof just refresh us what happened there yeah so basically the very it's a very famous study up has gotten a lot of press over the years back in the early 1970s filled them barlow who's a professor at us of psychology at stamford he did a study where he randomly assigned people to be either um prison guards or prisoners and they did this in the basement of jordan hall which is a right near in the main claude area of stanford psychology department and what do you found very quickly and very disturbingly is that people got into their roles awfully quickly and started to engage the guards behave very aggressively am and in a dehumanizing way towards the prisoners and these would just basic uh you know kids they were just young stanford undergraduates who could behave in such an agree just way and it was so it kinda got out of control so quickly he uh terminated the study or a quick prematurely and uh uh because it was getting pretty much out of control and so much has been written about that study but there's a ton of quality research in social psychology and elsewhere that gives us kind of new want to know what we can expect from pa be uh people's behaviour when they enter into group sort of environments or they get a certain identity all right it's out dr tamas plant is joining me on our came out uh group dynamics and he's hate groups since this is physically so we can talk about mob mentality uh dr clampitt list why why is it is it any different with these recruits or is this just basic kind of a group dynamics at play and because of some of their beliefs they're just played out in a certain way well you know there's a couple.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on First and Last

"Tomlinson spoke for 26 minutes that was just a minute and a half issue of that speech but very powerful moving words and and part of that sentiment is certainly nfl approved i bet roger goodell was smiling ear to ear when he heard lithuanian tomlinson say that football is a microcosm for america that's what football wants you to thank and in many ways lithuanian thomason is absolutely right and in many ways i agree with that even the part the gets messed up by introducing the idea of colin kaepernick to the discussion as football being a microcosm for america because colin kaepernick has been out ostracised for his beliefs and colin kaepernick represents a lot of what is wrong frankly with not just football but with america and that's an important part of the discussion to have to and that's one that the dating tomlinson seems eminently qualified to have because tomlinson is clearly thoughtful and tashin it and caring and i urge you to find all of that speech and listen to a because it's worth it because lithuanian tomlinson is a voice that matters in in football and outside of football he's respected across the board and clearly just from that little snippet has some ideas worth listening to danzi what did you make of of tomlinson's speech i think that that was just that that just that little men and a half there is representative of a lot of what he said and i think that it was a normally speeches are just like thank yous in a recap of a career in those settings mustika michael jordan hall of fame speech where he just takes out a grudge on everyone thomason i think used his platform in a in a good way what do you think of it i think that's what most people want out of athletes which is you have a chance to get up there and prepare something and speak and he spoke eloquently and.

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"jordan hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jordan hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Have because thomas is clearly thoughtful and passionate and caring and i urge you to find all of that speech and listen to it because it's worth it because lithuanian dominance in his of ways the matters in football and outside of football he's respected across the board and clearly just from that little snippet has some ideas worth listening to danzi what did you make of of tomlinson speech i think that that was just that that just that little men and a half there is representative of a lot of what he said and i think that it was a we normally speeches are just like fake use an a recap of a career in those settings must stick a michael jordan hall of fame speech where he just take not a grudge on everyone tomlinson i think used his platform in a in a good way i did you think of it i think that's what most people want out of athletes which is you have a chance to get up there and prepare something and speak and he spoke eloquently and i i think that's what most people want other athletes except of course you've got your subject to people who are going to give you year does it kicked his words are you even big just talk about football talking about your teammates and then everybody collapse in you go in the hall of fame great stuff it's a tough line to walk like i i really think being a professional athlete is much tougher than we allow the times give it credit for i get it as you're playing a game we pay your money that's all your there to do but yeah dan forming clown or whatever athletes they got to walk this line and i give elti credit for for taking the time you know if they're not a he he didn't spew any hate speech and he wasn't wasn't vitriolic it was well deliver n kudos to him yeah they say use your platform right they want we want our athletes to use their platform but then as you mentioned the sometimes when athletes use their platform we said well holding out no you're platforms to score touchdowns i don't want to the keep sticking sports keep your your political opinions out of it and of.

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