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Kelly Clarkson to Temporarily Fill in for Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent' Following His Bike Accident

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00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Kelly Clarkson to Temporarily Fill in for Simon Cowell on 'America's Got Talent' Following His Bike Accident

"Made a star by Simon Simon Cowell's Cowell's will will fill fill in in for for him him this this week week after after a a serious serious injury. injury. Correspondent Correspondent Jason Jason Nathan Nathan has has the the story story tonight. tonight. Simon Simon Cowl Cowl will will be be gone gone this this week week from from America's America's got got talent after breaking his back during electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2002.

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"simon simon" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Close friends and colleagues from my early days went onto the. Significant careers, industrial chemistry, and of course he'll feeds directly in terrestrial biology. Because you've got the often these pre pre biotic chemicals. We need for life so very interesting topic. That's it in a nutshell. Knows to get something from left field that that we normally talk. That's a great question and yes, oppose the answer is it didn't happen at a certain time. It's just been an ongoing. Process! All, right thanks for the question. Let's move on. This is Simon Simon comes from the area where I grew up. Solomon from Newcastle. He now thinks for the podcast. Question to ease unseen, there are a lot of technical issues in different tree. However e flake could be overcome. What could we resolve from baseline between l? Four and L fall? League orange politics. Thinks cows walking. Question. So, let's. First of all talk about the Alpha male five points. You and I spoke about points many times Andrew there that that gravitational null points. In the case, Simon so came out here. That the gravitational, no points where the sun's gravity and the gravity balance out effectively, and there were five of them. There's one in between the sun and the earth, which is kind of the most intuitively obvious one web you get to a point where the sun's gravity balances the gravity, but then you go to remember that they settle, thing is rotating, so the four more and two of them are a also in a straight line, the sun, earthline ones beyond the ones beyond the earth, and the other is on the side of the sun from the, but then the L, four and l five points. Sixty degrees ahead of and sixty degrees behind the earth in its orbit. So you've got this? These two points which are. Within the orbit rotating with the Earth gravitationally, no points so you could put spacecraft that the point of of what Simon saying. But they rotate with the orbit sixty degrees ahead in sixty degrees behind, so they are long way of. Many millions, many tens of millions of kilometers apart. Well okay, so the other side of this question is interferometry. Technique this always been close to my heart. I spent I wasted many. Many months when I was a student trying to build A. New type of interferometer. Never been done before I. Don't think anybody had done it before. Don't think the since it did actually work. What are you doing with interferometry making use of the wave nature? In my case, it was the wave. Let nature of light, but you can also do it with radio waves. So that,.

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"simon simon" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"simon simon" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"All other toys that is other toys that Dan Simon I believe I'm in this great I mean Simon Simon yeah walked so that Bob could run you know yeah right we what we only have Bob it because of Simon I love the Simon much more than the biopic I we wouldn't have signed Bob if not precise yeah I mean it's really just Bob it is Simon with more you know more going on I mean Bob got twisted I put two I Craig do I jerk it you do all those things and more all right bill you got the check you've got the tack let's see if we can get the demo video game noise several other toys again please all that way your preview right your preview and then like a watermark yeah you a bill that's right I don't know what time it was but it definitely is a preview of it can I just go over that with a with an awesome idea I just had over here on the Gulf when I say adult this will only be available sex stores an adult bop it and I'm like one part you have like a little you have like a little white female part okay you with me yep and then it'll be like I don't know what would what I would say you know they penetrated bang it bang it I think you've got what you've got like a a you know a **** on the other side they like you target and in one piece is like a little like bare **** like slap it slap it target penetrate one where like it's just it's a it's something to put your face you got yeah you're looking I mean you have to be though sanitary never lost a little bit with anytime but like it Turkish yeah I like it yeah I like it I mean that's I I honestly think that's something that we called the what are you trying to set us up for someone's gonna get fired I don't think I can answer that hang on bill let's let's give bill something her plane did a great job you want today's game seven two seven five seven nine one a two five eight hundred seven seven one one two five two things next when it comes to staying you know what free at three o'clock and one of them is serious we had a new development in the in the Brunswick Georgia case of the R. or buried murder and then the others kind of light hearted because I I watched too I started two different series last night I like the one the other one failed to hold my attention but guys you know how we want to find those shows that make us put our phone down for at least forty five minutes to an hour yes so I last night I found a way that you can one hundred percent guarantee that that show is going to keep you from looking at your phone and social media and I'll tell you how you can do that next a drug drop alive but right now I'm gonna tell you about connected car from safe touch it allows you.

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'America's Got Talent' Has Problems

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:07 min | 11 months ago

'America's Got Talent' Has Problems

"Has another Pr Mess at minimum and possibly Sibley more than a PR mess on its hands. This is not NBC News. We've talked about that a lot you know. Obviously there's Ronan Farrow's book. Why didn't they report the Harvey Weinstein Story What happened with Matt Lauer. Did they cover up for him. That has been a whole mess in and of itself But this is now NBC. The broadcast network. America's got talent. They did not pick up Gabrielle Union. For a second season she was there for only one season She was a judge and that has led to reporting following a a tweet by her or a number of tweets by her husband. dwayne Wade reporting the about a culture that in allegedly was insensitive at minimum minorities Racist if you WANNA take it. That far that she had been told repeatedly for example that some of her hairstyles were two black black. Allegedly that She had reported an offensive joke by a guest. Jay Leno to human resources but the higher ups would not We're actually formerly report it. There was an allegation published in one report that there was a ten year old black rapper that she thought had talent and she was advised not to support this child but to support white dancers because supposedly what was said was we need me. Need people that America ARACA can get behind. which would lead to a question about their definition of America but this has now turned into a flap? NBC is responding. Yeah I mean they have had to respond and they had Gabrielle Union in her representatives into a what was described as a five hour meeting with investigators to discuss this SAG Astra has said they are going to look into this. Because she's a member of that organization and you know they've got a real problem because any of these things are true and she was dismissed Complaining about it that's retaliatory. Normally in that situation you know a check is written and A settlement is made in this case. I would suspect that she would want more than money that she would want. Meaningful steps taken. Now this doesn't just involve a NBC. It involves fremantle the company that produces the show and psycho which is Simon Simon Cowles company and she among her allegations are that Simon callow made this environment. Literally unpleasant with cigarette smoke constantly smoking with nope doors on the dressing dressing rooms so you could not escape the smoke and I have to say you know you say well you know deal with it but the fact is for me. That kind of smokey environment environment literally makes me queasy and would be a problem and it's obviously unhealthy and it's obviously against the rules. But this is what happens when you have someone like Simon Cowl. Who is you know has got this huge amount of power. Yeah He created the show and he stars on it. I mean this is a textbook example if these allegations are true of the kind of coddling of talent that networks are notorious for and allowing people to get away with certain behaviors that the average person doesn't get away with and you know we think that in this time's up in metoo era that a lot of this behavior is being clamped down on but if this is true and cows being allowed to just be a colossal jerk worked to everybody then that's not okay. I'm going to quote the former. America's got talent judge Howard. Stern who said CAL sets it up so that men stay no matter how ugly they are no matter how old no matter how fat. I'm paraphrasing slightly. No matter how talentless then he says why don't they change Simon. This is the ultimate example of boy's club and I would just note math that. NBC Says It's going to investigate but in the news division. They investigated themselves and that has been a huge issue going that nobody has forgotten about I.. I think who's paying any attention and so it's going to be more of that. I don't think this problem is going to be resolved. Yeah it's the same question of whether they get an outside investigator or whether they do it internally it says we're on the same merry go round round and round. Thank you thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood

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"simon simon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"simon simon" Discussed on KTRH

"During a recent killing going on in this country all but declared war American right now but the friends that could have been avoided had corporation and kept on first linguistics followed to question to identify every individual brainwashing I see no reason for the defense my position it's an artificially created multiple personality where there's a new identity hidden behind the music the call of his new identity with hypnotics were full access codes and signals of some kind give it the assignment weather's career infiltration or sass nation Simon Simon carried out no one switch back to the regular version they have no memory the confirmation class anything to discredit people realize yeah fashion dictatorship not with Hey how many people describe what firefighters remain grounds of people one of the most came out in the early seventies during a number of presidential provision in June of nineteen seventy five it was on the I a and I stayed for forty five came in that was chapter talking about mine the collation and come home for for them and pay all through there so she could run by the Central Intelligence Agency you are listening to ground zero numbers to call at eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one we're so happy to have a program Scott rife in here to talk about Louis jolly west and the reason why was because they would have to book called the calls of trump on reliable sources with Brian Stelter.

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"simon simon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"simon simon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Country American right now corporation first linguistics follow to question to identify every individual brain washing I see no reason for the defense my decision is an artificially created multiple personality where there's a new identity hidden behind the call of his new identity with Superbowl access codes and signals or some kind you give it the assignment weather's career and full tuition or south nation Simon Simon carried out there when you switch back to the working person they have no memory of anything they will do anything to discredit people realize the only fashion dictatorship the fire dozens of firefighters rounds of people one of the most doing a number of presidential provision in June of nineteen seventy five from what was what was contained in that with the chapter about lying in a collision with chemical programs and cable for their social run by the Central Intelligence Agency zero eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one we're so happy level the programs right here to talk about Louis jolly west and the reason why was because a book called the calls of trump on reliable sources with.

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Why are they growing verse other retailers not growing, do, you know, I don't know? Sometimes it's luck. Sometimes it's being new sometimes it has to do with sort of what the messages, and where they're sort of funneling that message to I think, it's complicated. I think that there are stores who are have one store they've had their businesses for a long time. They may not be as knowledgeable about how to get more customers through Instagram Facebook. There's things that have happened that I think it's hard for people to be able to adjust to them marketing online is really expensive. You don't have the kind of finances that you need to be able to really support real growth. And so it's I think it's a combination. And then what about the digital landscape? There's great businesses that were doing that are just growing. Knowing exponentially, and that's a real blessing for sort of our lines because in the past if you weren't in a store, nobody would know about you right now, you've got the whole world looking potentially potentially multiple touch points. And that's amazing. So we work with a lot of we work with revolve. We work with four with shop. And then obviously a lot of our department stores. Have they're not say, I mean, these are powerhouse businesses that continue to grow and thrive and put out in addition to sort of they're selling clothing. They're also doing great editorial 's they have great teams, and it's been fun. It's been really fun to watch these businesses grow knowing what I know and having of met many of the founders when they literally for started. Speaking of founders, you've had a tremendous amount of experience launching in building designers their collections and brands what advice do you have for entrepreneurs to any. One. I would say don't watch what everybody else is doing. Just do what you do and be really really good at it. Because I think that there's always this fear that someone is kind of doing it better. And all my God. They did a study, gene. So now, I have to study, gene. Like, I think that often tizzy is crucial to what anyone is doing and being really passionate about what you're doing. And so I would say to anyone don't worry about sort of the noise stay really focused on what your mission is. And just work really hard head down. It's not black and white businesses, very gray. And there isn't a right answer. There isn't one rule that applies to everything. And so you can't run a business that way, I think you have to if there isn't one rule, but you have to have some kind of baseline for me. It's always been what is the right thing to do. What is the most honest ethical way to handle whatever we're doing? And that's what we do. I think that's cure culture here. I mean, and then that's it. That means you admit we made to stay. It means we didn't do something we were supposed to do. But I would much rather go to bed knowing I was honest, then knowing that I wasn't honest. I would say that about everyone that I work with here. And then what are some challenges that you've had over the years that maybe you want to share? There are so many challenges in being a business owner working in a small business, and because we are services business as you know. Yes, losing really big clients thinking that you have this really strong relationship, and then things just sort of just out of nowhere. I've had that happen to me many many times, and that's something it's really hard to control. And so, unfortunately, I've learned that things will surprise you. And you have to live with that. And that's part of the challenge of being a business owner, do you? Remember the first time that happened verse? Now, I can remember everything to you totally change..

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"And online stores? The good news is that going door to door. Or is still part of what we do. It's just done in a somewhat more sophisticated. Because now there's Email there's different ways of getting a home people. So I would say that adapting was sort of adding a layer on to what we do. Because at the end of the day where network of people who communicate with stores who have the opportunity to distribute brands, but it's all a really personal business, and I don't think that ever goes away. Meaning I have every person who works here has clients that only wanna work with them. Why is that because they know that their sales rep is going to tell them what to buy and they trust them. And that that's hard to do if you're not sort of in person, you know, that's hard to, cultivate, that relationship. So I think that we have our team goes on the road. What we call on the road on the road. They're on the road. They're on the road all the time. And they're visiting stores is just sort of the way we do. It is different the purpose of it might be a little bit different in might not be so much about getting a sale as it is finding out more about. Who they are what their needs are and connecting with them and connecting with their clients. I've always felt like we, and this is something we always talk we need to be smarter than our buyers and as long as we're smarter than them. Meaning we need to know their business better than they know their business, and if you can do that, then you will always be successful. What are some up incoming markets and retailers on the fashioned scene? I think that one of the biggest things is taking the big cities LA, Miami, Manhattan and see what's going on in the mid west. There are groups of stores that are growing like crazy that no one would imagine that a store that started Minnesota with one or two doors could become sixty seventy door operation primarily sort of the mid west southwest a little bit. And I think that's really fastened. I think that the consumer is super sophisticated. I'm from Minnesota, Minnesota is an unbelievable state. It's super progressive. There's a tremendous amount of great music. That's come out of their great, fitness. People have come out of there. But I wouldn't say that it's necessarily a fashion hub. But what I've learned is that you can't judge any market. And that there are sophisticated consumers everywhere that are successful. And then have money to spend. What are some cool new emerging boutique retailers? There's a group of stores started in Minneapolis called ever eve nad. They're such an interesting story because you usually think that stores begin in the south like New York or LA, and then they sort of build sort of from the big markets to smaller markets, but they have focused on some of the smaller. Markets are exceedingly successful on the east coast, the founders of intermix or one of the funders started new stores called the west side. Dave open now five locations, and I've been impressed with what they're doing and their vision. Just in terms of specially. So it's nice. I think what's great to know. No is that in a landscape that's overcrowded, and that is tough for a lottery Taylor's. There are also retailers who are growing. And so that's always like a good sort of barometer for us in terms of what we can expect from a market..

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"I mean, the thing is and maybe one of the problems at our business right now is that the trends are so vast and so wide that it's hard to really see what is the message for the season. Which is something that we used to have in the days before Instagram Instagram has really been a game changer. How has it impacted your business? Well, it's just because what's happening is everything is so immediate and people are posting and a lot of businesses being driven through one or two posts. And so for me in this has to do a little bit more about our business, and how we sort of choose the lines that we represent but for me, I'm not really looking at the trend necessarily. I'm looking at does align have a really cool voice. Is it something cool with? Want to wear it. Does it feel relevant? Does it feel hip and in that can also be worn in two years from now not overly trendy? But I think there's a ton of florals out in the market. There are sequence is going to be really big continued to be really big gold silver. Daytime holler lot of color. Yeah. A lot of color lack is gone. Yeah. And we are also sort of in the age of where things have to be emotional. And when you think of the fact that there are sort of fewer shoppers a lot of retailers come in. If I'm going to have fewer people coming through my door. I need things that are really emotional and rarely is like a black shirt, emotional, right? Do you think Instagram sort of? Yes, changed that. Because every I know for me like I can't wear another black outfit on Instagram. Sure. I need pops of farce climbers. It's actually a beautiful thing. Yes. That it's given people sort of the confidence. I mean, listen, I'm a consumer just like everybody else, and I questioned my wardrobe. On a daily basis like everybody else. I really do. And I think that anything that can give people the confidence to go out and get dressed, and look cool and feel good is a good thing. So I salute all the bloggers all the Instagram stars who are going out there, and sort of encouraging people to find their best sell in terms of how they want to dress. The industry has really changed over the past twenty years, and we were talking about when you first started in this business in the fashion industry, and you were working to showroom. You would go door to door to different retailers and try to sell the Browns, you're representing. And then maybe a decade later things are to change and buyers will come to you, right? And it was still all brick and mortar renews, how did your showroom quickly adapt to the abundance of digital e commerce.

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"I met them at these studios. And we would literally wait in line. Patricia Merano Murphy example of someone who we idolised, and she would teach these unbelievable classes, we would wait in line to get into her class. And that in my twenties is when I was in the front of the room and looking great, and we had so much fun. Do you still talk to Patricia? No every so she doesn't know how it is like celebrities to us. She wouldn't know me. But of course, every time I see her if I have a chance to talk to I always tell her about how much I enjoyed her classes she still teaching. Yeah. She's still teaching. So I just I don't know. There's something about that culture that I just I've always loved, and I think that listen it fuels you anything you can do to get your body moving in your mind. Sort of moving will always help you getting up early getting to those are things that are just life lessons. That will always help you in whatever you do. So now, I'm sort of at a point in my life where I have to look for convenience and things that are very enclosed proximity. So I am extremely fortunate to live in basically exercise alley so between Simon show room at seventeenth street and Fifth Avenue, and Chelsea there are unbelievable opportunities to work out. Right. And so I just kind of have to pick things that are closed, and that are convenient. Yeah. I'm so jealous because I'm down in battery park, and I were back when I lived in Chelsea I used to still never took a lot of classes. But I do love them in theory. Yeah. They're always sounding so good to me. But my to go to places are either like physique fifty seven mile high. Clone swerve are sometimes I go to X hail anytime. I can write when I'm not training for something. Or what classes are you? Taking these days, and I try different things and I get into different things right now. I'm and I love to run also end the high line is just like the best place to run in the morning when they're running full. I mean, just I am a leisurely runner. I'm not training like the way you might be. But just that there's a run to watch what's happened on the west side. And I've been watching this happening from when the high line had stopped at thirtieth street. And now they finished it now goes on to the Javits center. And then everything that's happening on the west side with Hudson yards. It's just it's amazing. Yeah. And it smells really beautiful, and you see the plants everything growing in over the years, and it's just really nice up there. So I try to incorporate that as part of my runs whenever I'm running. It makes me appreciate hell amazing living in New York is the west side highway mazing or I run up around through the and it's a definitely feel old because I remember when it was very sketch. Right. And like you would. Never. I would never run their, you know, a now it's like beautiful the architecture coma. Open up and see for very expensive store. I have not been there. Oh tight Italian store. I think it's from Milano, and they opened up a beautiful store, and it's in the port. I'll have to check it out. I usually run by right? So what do you think are some big trends right now in fashion in that are for twenty nineteen that you think we're going to see more of I think this isn't something actually I sell, but the whole sneaker business is just insane ones happening with footwear right now. And I think that buying if someone were to say to me, how can I best impact a wardrobe? I would say shoes. Yes, footwear is just so big right now. And so many different trends sort of are happening. Remember last summer, everyone was wearing backlist slides and everyone's doing them. And that was even for me that was like a wardrobe. Refresher. I think any type of sneakers you can't lose with that. And there's just so many options that I think that you can wear them in so many different ways things I wouldn't have even thought of right in order. I mean as a person in her mid age, you know, what I mean, I don't necessarily think that the trans..

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"We just help them. Navigate many many parts of their business. And also the capsule collections that you'll. Yeah. And that's part of it. Yeah. And then we also sort of go into market and figure out how to make our lines bigger. And so I've always felt that what we do is really three hundred sixty degrees. We're not limited to anything and anything as an opportunity. I think what happened with sundry. We've done some capsule collections, and you know, started out as a conversation the conversation started out as maybe trying to things and then those two styles went into four styles. And a lot of what we do is very organic. And I think that when we take gambles there managed gambles. Got it. You know what? I mean. Yeah. Yeah. No one hundred percent. I mean, that's a huge testament to the culture of your company being able to really work with these brands ING, cultivate, these brands and help them grow. But you also have an amazing team. We yes, everyone that works. Here has worked here for twenty years. Pretty yeah. I mean, so many companies want and hope to have that kind of culture. How do you do that as a leader and founder and CEO? It's the team that brings it on really to me. I mean, I think that my baseline is really high the baseline is high. So anyone who's coming to work? Here already has an expectation and that they're going to come here that they're serious that they are here to work and here, and they're going to be honest and forthright and just helpful to their clients. And so I've been lucky that I think I'm a good judge of character. And I've not always I mean, it doesn't always work out, obviously. And there's great people. Who've worked for me that have left that have been really upset about. And there's people who've worked for me that I felt like a high made a mistake. So like it's been twenty years. But I think all in all I hire. Really good people. They begin really good rhino. They begin really solid smart hard working. I think that we have a team of women here who are working because they're putting food on the table for their families. This isn't a vanity project for anybody. And I think that that's meaningful because we treat it as a business not as a shopping closet, and one could maybe think of it that way if they chose to not that we don't have fun and not that we don't spend a tremendous amount of time talking about how much we love everything and trying things on Christ. This is a business and people take it seriously. Yeah. I mean, you have people that have worked here for years. So they obviously love it. I think that when you're a small business. You don't have the kind of perks that big companies have you just don't. So I try to give other perks that I can manage in. So I think we have a lot of moms and. I would never want someone to not feel like they couldn't be involved in their kids lives. Right. I wouldn't want them to if it's market and someone's got something really important for their child. Viggo like I want them to go. Right. You know, it's like adding own children. Yes, I have three kids. So in the span of owning this business will I I got married, and then I started Simon showroom, and I have three kids, and my daughter just started college this fall on my gosh, she college she goes to Amherst college..

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"It was something that wasn't really in the market at that time, and that really started with premium denim, and that sort of begins the next part of my business because we launched seven for all mankind, which was a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a business in a way that was just so unique to what the market was craving. And that was really sort of what I think solidified us as showroom wears pollen. Joe now, she sells all over the world. She's got a wonderful business. Yeah. On she's wonderful, the owner their friendship, their French based company. I remember I think that a. From that. I'm sure I'm sure you did. Yeah. I think I've known new this whole twenty. Yes. I have. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Okay. Who you working with now in twenty nineteen? I mean, we have great collections. Some of them are brand new some of them have been partners of ours for six seven eight nine ten years. I like that we have the ability as an organization to work with young designers who are literally two people team one person team five, and then there's corporation. So euro is a brand that we have worked with and built a really beautiful business and a beautiful partnership with them sundry is another brand that's fantastic. And the owner of that brand the owners came to me in L A on the forget it with literally five tied t shirts. And I was just like oh my God. I love these t shirts, and that's up. We started our together. And now, it's just it's a really great product. Just all around. Great people. Great line. You do a lot of capsule collections with them redo. Yeah. Yup. That was something we sort of built obviously with the sales team ear, I work with I'm oh, which is wonderful denim collection from LA, and then some sort of the newer brands that we have include antique patik, which is brand that's been around for over twenty years. She's also a French brand very authentic to what she does. She makes everything in India spends a lot of time there, and I've always just been attracted to her brand. I can list them all free. You know? Yeah. I mean, there's in the showroom, and I don't really get out of my rice, right? And I could just walk out here, and that sort of things here, and that sort of the point of our showroom is that it's not limited to age grew or it's really more to an aesthetic. And you know, we have four generations of women working here, and sort of our litmus test on things that we like here are if it can touch every generation than we know were onto something. Yeah. You really do have such a great mix of designers here your showroom. Simon showroom always.

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"So that's awesome. I went to her. And I said, I'm gonna leave. I hadn't talked to any of our clients. I was very honest. I would have never tried to steal a client away from her. I didn't do anything like that. And I had met some people who are opening up appear companies that okay, I can open up my own showroom. Okay. And I went to her and I said, I'm going to leave. And she said, you know, what why don't you stay, and I'm going to leave and we did a deal sort of eccentric. She was very eccentric. I mean, she runs. She's still sear successful and involved in a tremendous amount of really cool things her bookkeeper at the time. His name was Akhmed came to her overheard the conversation, and he came to me, and he said you have to do this. So I said, okay, fine. I'll do this. I brought him in as my partner, and we did sort of along buyout deal with Barbara. And what I gain from that. As I gained a business that I didn't have to invest in because I had no money. I was newly married. I mean, nothing nothing like, and so I had a business that had a credit line. Basically we had a credit line. We had existing clients and we had a roof and that was how Simon showroom started. So Simon is my married name. I just gotten married, and I always like that lasted I was just sort of like short names that were not complicated. So we call it Simon showroom and that actually was a little bit more than twenty years ago in nineteen ninety eight so September of nineteen ninety eight exactly when I was a Parsons. I believe I'm sure coming out, and I was trying to be stylus. Okay. So barney's. And so that is how I met or crime shore. Because I probably borrowed something. I'm sure that's what people did here yell. The t remember who are some of your first designers that you. Well, I mean, so Petito was one of them. And we always thought it was so funny that we were selling these t shirts that were kids t shirts, they only went up to a size sixteen. So we were selling the baby t shirts to at alz, basically pollen Joe was Brown that I'm still really close with the owner and founder, it's just it's a fabulous line. And she's so. Wonderful. So those are the two that really stand out, but we had at the time. Well, before I took it over Barbara was really in the European brands. So she was working with Vivienne Westwood goatee like really more of guard brands, and there sort of a new age was coming in where sort of this contemporary world was starting to bloom..

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"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"We work with retailers all around the world. I can work with the retailer in Dubai, I can work with a retailer in Iowa. We have a really wide network of people and information, and I think that the foundation of what we do really stems from meeting designers that we love seeing clothing that we love and feel that they are relevant in our market for various reasons, and we manage their businesses on a day-to-day level with the retailers. When did you start your company? So I actually have an interesting story of how that because I came to New York in my mid twenties from Minneapolis Minn. His soda and I worked a couple different jobs in fashion. I always loved fashion. No one who knew me, even as a ten year old would be at all surprised to know that I'm working in factions always been a part of who I am. And I feel like a part of my identity, and I was looking for a new job. I always had like three jobs, and I showed up at this showroom in downtown called Barbara Kramer collections and I walked in to this room. It's actually where we're sitting right now. And I was so captivated by the way, it looked. I was captivated by a whole wall of blue clothing that the designer from Tokyo had done and the Tokyo, of course, her name is mary-anne, and she was really visionary at that time, and I didn't know coming from Minnesota with the limited retail that was there at the time and being in my mid twenties and working on seventh avenue as a New Yorker, I didn't know this existed. So I walked in. And I thought I want to work here. So I got a job here as a rep. And my job was to sell at the time. I think I was selling petite bad to- t shirts that was literally walking up and down the streets knocking on retailers doors, selling these shirts, and it was fun. And then it was that how it went back in the day did because so you have to remember, and I'm so dating myself, which is really painful, however is interesting to hear we barely had a fax machine. So everything we did was by phone was visual like in person. We would see stores we would go to them. I think in the early two thousands or actually it was like the late nineties. It was a time. When retail was really blossoming, and there was no shop didn't exist, you netted poor didn't exist. Like there was no online sales nothing like that was happening. So anybody that was buying clothing was buying it because they walked into a store and bought it or because someone from the store sent it to them. There wasn't another. Way get clothing you had to physically go into a store and show us. So I was working for this woman. Barbara Kramer, who's actually a real visionary in our business, and yes, one of sort of the I guess matriarchs. I remember her. I was here when she had her showroom. I'm sure you met that. And she was a real sort of icon in the business, and I was one of her employee's. And you know, I think there was a time where the business owners of that generation were just a little different. She was very sophisticated traveling everywhere had a ton of different interests that involves her showroom and involve other things. And so I was the person who was here on a day-to-day basis, and I had just gotten married, and I decided I don't know what made me think to do this that I was gonna open up my own show..

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"simon simon" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"simon simon" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In these decisions once that technology becomes more facile. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're you're raising a good point. You know, I do talk about these de extinction efforts that are going on right now that primarily focused on the willy mammoth. And I I remember when I was at ABC news. I was actually invited to come to Russia where there there there were a group of scientists. I think the French guy was in charge of the group as I recall, and he wanted me to come up and cover the story. I never got around to doing it. I got busy doing other stories, but what they had done as they hit carved out an entire willy mammoth carcass, if you will but pretty well preserved because it was the ice, and they were slowly throwing it out like, you know, with hairdryers and stuff like that a little bit at a time with the intention of trying to get their hands on some DNA, some, you know, frozen preserved DNA, and then the whole idea is to then bring back the Willie man, but then that's going on right now, including a group. That's being led by guy at Harvard named church. So the question then becomes do. We. I mean, you know, it's exciting. It's it's interesting. It's it's like science fiction, come true. But then when you get past all that kind of the bells and whistles of it, all you have to ask, you know, do we really want to do this? And there's an even deeper question that I raised in the book, and that is with all the genetic engineering, we're doing, you know, the extent these de extinction efforts are do come under the category of genetic engineering. What we're doing in is something Visit Visit Visit you you you you UM UM that's MU never UC UC see see c been dot done EDU EDU before. slash slash radio. radio And that is That's That's That's That's we are you U elevating N. you you you you You see see see see see recessive dot dot EDU EDU trait, slash slash radio and certified we are to to operate operate operate in in Djalminha Virginia Virginia by traits. chef. chef. chef. chef. In other words, we are flying Lately in the Lately, face it seems seems of like the everything everything very we we we use use forces everyday everyday that have is is is created getting getting an an an upgrade upgrade upgrade these species from from the the the bed. bed. evolutionary We We sleep in forces the the the the razor razor razor sure, we we we use use use use we are when defying we wake wake up, up, up, but the we've we've natural neglected neglected one one of the the flow. more more more more important impulsive potent We're define products products products in in in in in a a a a daily daily daily the natural routine routine order that of old things, worn out and toothbrush. toothbrush. you gotta believe I'm I'm I'm I'm simon. simon. simon. that when you take And on I'm mother a product nature. designer Remember, the after after old after commercial, I I I learned learned how how important important brushing you teeth don't is is to to overall mess with health mother nature I worked or something with with the dentists dentists dentists dentist like that. to to to create create create create create better better Yeah. electric electric electric It's not toothbrush. toothbrush toothbrush. nice. that That That That makes makes makes brushing brushing Nice. more mall. simple Simple simple Fool affordable mother nature and and surprisingly, surprisingly, surprisingly, enjoyable enjoyable the one. Yeah. It's quip not has nice. sensitive I sonic sonic, forget vibrations vibrations. what it was the that that that that That commercial are agenda gentle gentle gentle gentle gentle was for on on on your your margarine. gums and and and and and a a built built built in It in in in was time timer timer timer very that that pulses pulses pulses to guide guide you around around your your mouth margarine. all all all Right. packed packed into into a beautifully beautifully, slim slim, slim and and and and and a Margarine a analyze a dis aluminium aluminium aluminium Alenia is not so great. design design..

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"simon simon" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"simon simon" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Probably the album to start with is going to be moving pictures that came out in nineteen eighty and that was there there was a transition album time away from some of the and more esoteric progress rock stuff they were putting out in the nineteen seventies towards a more commercial sound that they had in the nineteen eighties so moving pictures a great place to start all right i'm just going to skip you on that one too unless you have unless you have been blown away by the depth of knowledge right there ford inari steve says by this time next year kim jong hoon will have seen trump's golden toilet in person box by by simon simon says england will go out of simon says simon says england will go out of the world cup early as usual what's the world cup the exactly i chris i i'm going to sell i think becau and expectations i as i understand them are pretty dour concerning england the frustration there i is is palpable and therefore i think there's a a national pride sort of at stake nothing can be taken for granted so i think they will over perform the limitations what do you think yes yes yes it has quit yeah so it sell bill carlisle says less than five states controlled by republican legislatures and governors will codify religious liberty protections in the wake of masterpiece i will buy i think the number zero by living.

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"simon simon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"simon simon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Your dog actually you live in connecticut with your family you have four children for kids and your wife and all of you were heartbroken over your dog which is a mixed breed his name is simon and currently he is on death row in sentenced to euthanize shortly can you tell us the story of why he's on death row well simon was in his yard and our yard which is protected by two fences electric fence and a as well as a picket in a wire fence he does not go out he stays in our yard he was in our yard with his longtime sitter ran one of the neighbors came into our yard carrying a lacrosse stick you know this neighbor knows simon there's never been an issue but simon felt threatened of course the new person comes through the fence that was had been cut as well with wire snippers comes through the fence and suddenly the the talks sitter notices somebody there she didn't recognize with a holding up a lacrosse stick and simon again went after the kid gift him in the shoe and the ankle to kind of scare them off and he raised the stick rather than run simon bitten in the leg and then the kid ran he's thirteen years old four brothers seen those better and somebody who you know a neighbor who doesn't like the look of simon simon has never had a history of biting anyone in fact he's pretty much a real people person what is quarantined usually the law protects dogs on their own property which she was the hughes corentin at the police station the talks that are not knowing your rights could have said no let's quarantined the dog here they should have given a choice on his own property one of the neighbors with political connections push for simon's destruction and so we were informed we'll be assured by the m control officer assignment would come home he did nothing wrong as he was on his own property and you know for the first probably nine pages of the police report she was actually in defensive simon saying he did nothing wrong meanwhile the neighbors are calling for him to be killed pretty clearly and this is written on the police report even and the neighbors and the.

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"simon simon" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"simon simon" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Yeah that sounds like this controversies i might even get another second thought on this show i'm sticking by it as a reminder chinese javanese acuteness what spoiler spoiler gary i what else dog i saw love simon simon i was curious your thoughts if you haven't seen it yet i haven't seen the a bunch of concerts this past weekend you see that is on the twitter so i wasn't a i don't know when it came out exactly this past weekend was yeah it's been do i loved it i thought it was absolutely phenomenal it's you're not on mike mooney what i liked about it is that it's exactly the same as any generic kind of coming of age yes newbie accept it so that spoiling at the end of it is very very you see it coming forty five miles per away but i liked that i liked the fact that people of that age and you know and that's actually have something for them finally as well yes so yeah i mean it's i wouldn't have liked it any more or less if it was about a straight couple gay couple of which is to movie charming and you buy i it's wonderful it's a really really good movie i agree it's very eighties vibe to its which they'd never could've made that movie in the eighties they should've so that people have certain age people are comfortable and confident in their lifestyle truisms true my definitely cried aren't to sounds like an important breaking up right now.

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"simon simon" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"simon simon" Discussed on About to Review

"Yes gross regular now movie l got got my man miles teller in it and shailene woodley fault in our stars no way was that the cancer boy or is that so girl in canceled boy oh they both they both did it did have cancer okay he was had some sort of disease gray movie yeah i just so she'd give them a shot it is on a lot of genre that i gravitate toward that being said i have seen some goods and definitely growing up in the eight hundred ninety head everything my girl my this day oh gosh jade billers day off the breakfast club all that yes i mean i definitely grew up watching them as an adult not really genre that i gravitate towards but love simon simon so nick robinson play simon spear again just kind of going through his life there is kind of like a post secrets style website yeah in this highschoolers nominee clark people post a on yeah and there's a letter from a kid who says i'm pretty much living with the secret and no one knows and soul in sovereign responds and they have this correspondence sort of falling for this guide and the other end who he doesn't know who he had yeah and that actually that lead to some of my favorite parts of the movie as he is trying to figure out who the other person is on the end or on the on the other end of this conversation it would intercut between different people writing the messages to him as he is trying to figure it out so he was see someone and be like i wonder if you're what what was the name.

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