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"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

05:26 min | Last week

"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

"I don't know your parents that well, I mean, I've met them obviously, you know, your wedding and other passing things. Have you ever been able to approach them? And ask any of these questions. My mom have you ever felt that you've been able to my mom will shut down on you completely? There was a time, mid teenagers where me and my dad would come to physical blues with each other instead of talking. The relationship I've got with them now is great. Don't get me wrong, but for me, I've spent all this time going through therapy going through counseling, getting myself in a position where I feel stronger mentally, where I feel I'm able to cope now mentally, where I don't want to go and have that conversation. That's what I was going to ask you next. Do you feel the need, but you've obviously just you've answered that? Now, you've kind of touched when you've primary school and I want to kind of move into, you know, your first time you was 12. I want to move into you early years of high school and whatnot. Was that was that any easier? Was it harder? You still struggle to attachment through primary school and stuff with friends not being there. Did that have a knock on effect for your high school years? I was very much the loner, the one that was bullied, the one that was looked upon as if I was just where you want to call it. Now is the outcast, let alone know the weirdo. Never really. I mean, I made a few friends, but nothing spectacular. I wasn't invited to the party, I wasn't, I wasn't a cool kid or anything like that. It was just pretty much to turn off the school. I didn't even care about school. I just turned up because I was expected to turn on. At this point, nobody cared. And at that time, as well. It was just like, well, I just got this day over with, and then I can go and sort out what I need to sort out. You'll see with a lot of our questions that will jump from the past to the future to the present, you know, a more kind of scramble questions up. It's always to get your brain to kind of think about the answers in that. And the one question I've got. I don't know how hard hitting it will be. It may not be better. Do you think you would have any regrets not having that conversation with your parents when they do? Pass later on in life. Or are you kind of at that moment now where you're like, if I had that conversation,

"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

03:17 min | Last week

"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

"And a year later, I tell people that he killed himself. He didn't kill himself. He died from heartbreak, he stopped eating, he stopped drinking. He just smoked constantly all the time. And he just gave up on life. Again, when after he passed, the cycle repeated itself for me where I wasn't allowed to go to the funeral. I wasn't allowed to be included with anything. They just continued. So I struggled with making friends. I still good with trying to connect with the family. I struggled to connect with anybody. And I had I genuinely thought I'd be bad. Everybody else, they don't want me anyway. I'm just a burden to them all. I may as well just get. So the first time I tried was when I was 12. After that, did you, sorry, obviously when you all, when your grandad went at that moment in time at that age, did you feel at all like it was that it was your fault? Did you feel like you was meant to look after him? What were you struggling? Did you ever did you have any of them kind of thoughts at that age, saying like, oh, actually, is it that much of a burden to my family that my granddad's now gone, or a lot of people have lots of different thoughts and again, I just want to try and pick away that little bit of connect with it. We'd moved in, he was literally he was living with his wife, they were together, and all of a sudden my mom and my dad jumped in. And they say children bounce back quickly. And I can remember that there was a time that I was being quiet. I was being behaved. I was seen and not heard. And I was just playing with some LEGO in the living room. And I remember looking up at my grandad and he just glaring at me. Like how dare you be happy? How dare you be able to get on with your life type? That's what I took from it. So I literally just went in my room. It was just like it was only three people in the house. Instead of four. I knew he wasn't very well. I knew he was losing weight. I knew he was getting poorly here. But I mean, I can remember my mom coming into my bedroom and just saying, like, Simon ghetto get dressed. Let's get out there. As you breakfast, you know, just go to school, just get gone. And it was like mid afternoon. The teacher said, oh, so I mean, you need to go and see the headmaster. And I remember walking down the stairs in primary school, and I'm a woman, dad is still at the bottom of the stairs. And I just stopped to midway down and just looked at him and went as that, isn't it? Yeah, this morning. Yeah, we had to get you out of the house because we were waiting for the coroner to come and the people to come. And that was the conversation. That was it. Again, it was just sewn to way into your room. So at that point, I got nothing. Oh, I felt at the time I had not that. Have you ever been able to say? Goodbye to your grandparents. Have you ever felt right to be able to say that you know where the buried or if they were cremated or where there are

"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

02:49 min | Last week

"simons" Discussed on Lets Be Frank Podcast - Men's Mental Health

"Us his story of murder, mental health and so much more. This is not to be missed. Guys, welcome back to let's be Frank. You joining myself and mister Ryan Smith and tonight we do have a very special guest that we will introduce very soon of Simon Bowen, but firstly, Ryan, how's your week been mate? We've smashed through the 10,000 listens and as we speak now, we're just literally about to knock on the doors of another 2000, so in what we are on Sunday now, so Thursday, Friday Saturday. Sunday with 20% growth. So if that's not something to be celebrated, don't know what is. No, it has been a very

 Holmstrom, Sorokin lead Islanders to 2-1 win vs. Jets

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Holmstrom, Sorokin lead Islanders to 2-1 win vs. Jets

"The islanders gave their playoff hopes a boost with a two one win over the jets. Simon holmstrom provided the tie breaking goal midway through the third period of the islanders third victory in four games. I was just unbelievable. It was just a great call to score and a huge win for us. Ilya siroc and stopped 24 shots and was perfect after Nikolaj ehlers tied at four and a half minutes into the second. Sebastian aho also scored for the islanders who lead the Panthers by three points for the first wild card in the Eastern Conference. The jets finished one in three on the road trip and whiffed on a possible chance

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Who Is Economist Stephen Moore?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Who Is Economist Stephen Moore?

"Us what your path has been in the swamp. And for example, how you got to end up advising president Trump. So who is Stephen Moore? Where do you hell from? So I get a lot of dirty looks when I go to the grocery store. I don't know. Do you find that? No, no, no, no, because I get lots of smiles from people who know who I am. And then once in a while I'll get a scowl. That crazy crackpot economist, I came here in 1984. Wow. I've been lucky. I've had a very blessed life. You know, I was able to work for Ronald Reagan in his last 18 months in office. And we're for Trump. How cool is that? That's amazing. Yeah, that's your best presence in the last 50 years. So let's start with that. What were your qualifications? And how did you end up helping president Reagan? Well, so I was, you know, life really is fickle finger of fate. I came to Washington 1984. I met an economist when I was a senior in college at University of Illinois named Julian Simon. Do you know who joy and Simon was? I know that may absolutely. So Julian was a legend. Yes. He was the one who debunked the whole world is coming to an end, kind of, a lot of your viewers and listeners know who Paul Ehrlich the mouth is the end of the world stuff. Julian really took that on and proved it all to be wrong and of course everything that Julie and said was right. And I want to make a point about this because I think it's important for people to understand. The real giants are the ones who say who changed the whole course of the conversation and challenged the conventional wisdom. What the show of school moving the overton window. Exactly. Right? Yeah, and Julian did that. I mean, literally when he was saying what he was saying that no, we're not running out of world. We're not running out of gas. There's not too many people. We're not overpopulated. He was seen as a lunatic. Crazy. Crazy man. And of course, you know, he was able to change the world, and he was proven right. And there are a lot of people like that. And that's really a great mentor in my life. And I was a laugh. You know him or did you study under here? Yeah, I decided to underestimate he and I wrote a book. I want to recommend it. I wrote it 20 two years ago called it's getting better all the time. A

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Lillard, Simons lead Trail Blazers past Grizzlies, 122-112

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Lillard, Simons lead Trail Blazers past Grizzlies, 122-112

"Damian Lillard led the Trail Blazers to a one 22 one 12 comeback win over the grizzlies. Lillard pumped in 42 points to go with ten assists and 8 rebounds. The game was tied at one O 9 until Lillard hit a three pointer to spark an 8 O run. Anthony Simon's chipped in 26 points in Portland's fourth win in 5 games. We kind of play like we've been playing the last couple games. You know, playing together, playing hard, and live with the results. Jeremy grant provided 18 points in the first half before leaving with concussion symptoms. Grizzlies guard Ja Morant just missed a triple double with 32 points, 12 assists and 9 rebounds. I'm Dave ferry.

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Unvaccinated Pilots File Lawsuit Against United Airlines

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Unvaccinated Pilots File Lawsuit Against United Airlines

"Friendly skies. Interview with an unvaccinated pilot suing United Airlines. Roger Simon is the author of the piece. It is about Tom Floyd, a United Airlines pilot. And here is the report he is among 30 unvaccinated pilots flight attendants ramp service workers, and other personnel who, as of January 19th, are suing United Airlines because in the words of their complaint they have been fired, placed on unpaid leave or otherwise had their careers at United limited or terminated without just compensation. In this regard, I don't believe united has been worse than others, but when it comes to destructive policies and wokeness and cowardice United Airlines is near or at the top, they also vowed last year or the year before, I believe it was last year that they would reserve half their places in their flight training school, their pilot training school for women and non whites. So you should just know should you decide to fly the fly united. That they are terminating qualified pilots, and they will be hiring presumably some, not all, some unqualified pilots.

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Neil Diamond Gets a Birthday Serenade... From Himself!

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Neil Diamond Gets a Birthday Serenade... From Himself!

"Have a tribute to Neil Diamond? Sure, happy birthday, Neil. Son for me. Hell I'm 82 now. But make it to 83. My toupee is glued now. I'll make it stick darling. Please don't sing. The bump on bomb doing sweet girl life. I'll get up from the chair. And kick you from behind, lose my freaking mind. Oh, song sung to me. Throw a little party. James Taylor, Paul Simon and arty. Happy birthday to me.

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Aho scores hat trick as Hurricanes beat Islanders 5-2

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Aho scores hat trick as Hurricanes beat Islanders 5-2

"Sebastiano notched his 6th career hat trick. It's the hurricanes handed the islanders their 8th loss of 9 games, 5 to two. Iho broke a two two tie late in the second period with his first goal, scored again in the third and added an empty netter. Hurricanes coach rod Brenda Moore. An open ice, you know, like he's so quick and you say I'm not going to the third where he just nothing going on, but he's on them quick and then create that turnover and that's puts the game away. Jordan stall and jesper fast also tallied to help the metropolitan division leaders win for the fourth time in 5 games. Simon holmstrom and Brock Nelson scored for the aisles. I'm Dave ferry.

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A Meditation on Mark 1:29-39 for Wednesday of the First Week in 'Ordinary Time'

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:53 min | 2 months ago

A Meditation on Mark 1:29-39 for Wednesday of the First Week in 'Ordinary Time'

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel of Mark, chapter one versus 29 to 39. On leaving the synagogue, Jesus went with James and John straight to the house of Simon and Andrew. Now, Simon's mother in law had gone to bed with a fever, and they told him about her straight away. He went to her, took her by the hand, and helped her up. And the fever left her, and she began to wait on them. That evening after sunset, they brought to him all who were sick, and those who were possessed by Devils. The whole town came crowding round the door and he cured many who were suffering from diseases of one kind or another. He also cast out many Devils, but he would not allow them to speak because they knew who he was. In the morning, long before dawn, he got up and left the house, and went off to a lonely place and prayed there. Simon and his companions set out in search of him, and when they found him, they said, everybody is looking for you. He answered. Let us go elsewhere to the neighboring country towns. So that I can preach there, too, because that is why I came. And he went all through Galilee, preaching in their synagogues, and casting out Devils. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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The Church Is Looking Without Seeing

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:12 min | 2 months ago

The Church Is Looking Without Seeing

"A number of us are of the vintage to recall when the song sounds of silence, catapulted Simon and Garfunkel from obscurity and with names that frankly deserved obscurity into the mainstream and into transatlantic success by recalling the description of the great crowd of people 10,000 people maybe more. People talking without speaking, people hearing without listening, people writing songs that voices never share because no one dare disturb the sounds of silence. Familiar words and a wonderful word picture on the part of Paul Simon. The reason I mention it is because there's a very similar picture that has provided for us here in John chapter four. And I thought that if I mentioned talking without speaking and hearing without listening, then it may set our minds along the right kind of line to think about the predicament which faced the disciples in so far as they were men who were looking without seeing they were looking without seeing despite the fact that the disciples of Jesus lived close to him listened to him were part of seeing his miraculous deeds and where if you like as tuned in as any group might be, they were guilty of taking care of practical matters to the detriment of ultimate issues. Indeed, what Jesus says to them here is that they're living with their eyes closed. Now, that would be one thing if it were merely an historical description and we could look back on it and say, boy, those guys really made a mess of it. I'm glad we're not like that at all. Until we read the verses and that begins to scratch where we itch begins to cut into our lives and we realize that this is a telling picture not simply of the disciples on that day, but it is to some degree a picture of many local churches. And actually, to a certain measure, a description of the church as a whole.

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Day 354 of The Bible in a Year: Partakers of the Divine Nature

The Bible in a Year

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Day 354 of The Bible in a Year: Partakers of the Divine Nature

"Second Peter chapters one, two and three, first thessalonians, chapters four and 5, and proverbs chapter 30 versus 17 through 19. The second letter of Peter, chapter one salutation Simon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have obtained a faith of equal standing with ours in the righteousness of our God and savior Jesus Christ. May grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and of Jesus our lord. The Christians call and election. His divine power has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness. Through the knowledge of him who called us to his own glory and excellence, by which he has granted to us his precious and very great promises that through these, you may escape from the corruption that is in the world because of passion and become partakers of the divine nature. For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue and virtue with knowledge and knowledge with self control and self control with steadfastness, and steadfastness, with godliness, and godliness, with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love. For if these things are yours and abound, they keep you from being ineffective or unfruitful in the knowledge of our lord Jesus Christ. For whoever lacks these things is blind and short sighted, and has forgotten that he was cleansed from his old sins. Therefore brethren be the more zealous to confirm your call and election for if you do this, you will never fall. So there will be richly provided for you and entrance into the eternal kingdom of our lord and savior Jesus Christ. Therefore, I intend to always remind you of these things, though you know them, and are established in the truth that you have. I think it right, as long as I am in this body, to arouse you by way of reminder, since I know that the putting off of my body will be soon as our lord Jesus Christ showed me. And I will see to it, that after my departure, you may be able at any time to recall these things.

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Day 331: Peter Preaches to the Gentiles

The Bible in a Year

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Day 331: Peter Preaches to the Gentiles

"It is day 331 we're reading actually apostles chapter ten for Corinthians chapters one and two, probably chapter 27 versus 21 and 22. The acts of the apostles, chapter ten Peter and Cornelius at caesarea, there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion of what was known as the Italian cohort, a devout man who feared God with all his household, gave alms liberally to the people and prayed constantly to God. About the 9th hour of the day, he saw clearly in a vision, an angel of God coming in and saying to him, Cornelius. And he stared at him in terror and said, what is it, lord? And he said to him, your prayers and your alms have ascended as a memorial before God, and now send men to joppa. And bring one Simon, who is called Peter. He is lodging with Simon, a Tanner, whose house is by the seaside. When the angel who spoke to him had departed, he called two of his servants and had about soldier from among those that waited on him, and having related everything to them, he sent them to joppa. The next day, as they were on their journey and coming near the city. Peter went up on the housetop to pray about the 6th hour. And he became hungry and desired something to eat, but while they were preparing it, he fell into a trance, and saw the heaven opened, and something descending, like a great sheet, let down by four corners upon the earth. In it, were all kinds of animals and reptiles and birds of the air. And there came a voice to him, rise Peter, kill and eat. But Peter said, no lord, for I have never eaten anything that is common or unclean. And the voice came to him again a second time, what God his cleansed, you must not call common. This happened three times, and the thing was taken up at once to heaven.

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Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers

"The box took control in the third quarter and they beat the blazers who played without Damian Lillard their best player One 19 one 11 bucks they used 37 points from Jana sander cupo and pulled away from a two point halftime lead Out of the kupo had 19 third quarter points mostly on hard drives to the basket When they get hit I feel like I'm part of the game I feel like the game I'm lucky now making plays and being aggressive And for any simons led Portland with 29 points the blazers have lost three straight Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Georgia authorities arrest mother of still-missing toddler

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Georgia authorities arrest mother of still-missing toddler

"Georgia authorities have arrested the mother of a still missing toddler I Norman hall The mother of a toddler reported missing October 5th in Georgia has been arrested in connection with the child's disappearance and presumed death the chatham county police department said in a post on Twitter that officers had arrested leilani Simon on a charge of murder involving 20 baht though Quentin Simon the notice that Simon awaits a bond hearing Court records showed she represented herself in two civil cases filed since March involving her custody of her children and child support Meanwhile police said they will continue a landfill search for the boy next week I Norman hall

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There Is a Season for Everything... Which One Are We in Now?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 4 months ago

There Is a Season for Everything... Which One Are We in Now?

"A season for everything it says in the Bible and ecclesiastes. Let me actually try to get that verse. It's a great verse. And it's hard to tell what kind of season we are in. Yeah, it's ecclesiastes three one three 8 written by Solomon for everything there is a season, a time for activity under heaven, a time to be born a time to die a plan to plant a time to harvest time to kill, and a time to heal. A time to tear down and a time to build up the time to cry in a time to laugh. Yes, I know you're probably thinking it's a Simon and Garfunkel song. That's where they got it from. Time to grieve in a time to dance, a time to scatter stones and time to gather stones. What season are we in right now? There's a few of those in there. That might apply. And there's a time to tear in a time to mend the time to be quiet, a time to speak, a time to love a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace. I mean, what I think when I charly, when I think about where we're at as a movement, we have to look at all the positive things that have been built. Here's a couple of positives. And we've talked about this at length. Trump shattered what was a trajectory that was going to be, that was going to put us in a bad place for a long time. It's just true. If it wasn't for Trump, the gains that we have in the blue collar and Latino communities and everything else would not be there. He bailed us out, man. He bailed us out. He shattered things he redirected. It created an alternate timeline. Yes. That was really positive for conservatives. Now what our job has to be is, how do we take that? And it involves everybody, right? It's not just up to president Trump to decide what he wants to do and everyone just goes along with it. It's not up to Charlie Kirk on what we do. It's not up to you. Every individual member of the grassroots and every grassroots organization, what we do. This is an effort together. And this is what truly America what makes America wonderful is that that's an ebb and flow emotion that requires all of us to show up. And then we all start hurting cats in a direction that has to be positive.

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Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor absent from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony with stage 4 cancer diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor absent from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony with stage 4 cancer diagnosis

"That Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed a new class of inductees in Los Angeles on Saturday And Margie's are a letter with the latest Olivia Rodrigo performed on behalf of inductee Carly Simon who did not attend after the deaths of two sisters Lionel Richie eurythmics pep benatar and Neil Geraldo also were inducted Andy Taylor was unable to attend because of stage four prostate cancer Eminem says his induction was about more than just him I'm a high school dropout man with a hip hop education And these are my teachers And

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The Left Is Very Bitter About the SCOTUS Dobbs Decision...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 5 months ago

The Left Is Very Bitter About the SCOTUS Dobbs Decision...

"The left is very bitter about the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision overruling roe versus wade. And they're trying to do whatever they can in a desperate, angry way to strike out, to lash out in every direction. Now, the Biden DoJ is arresting pro lifers, accusing them of violating the so called face act, the face act basically by obstructing or by blocking access to abortion clinics. Again, the left does this all the time. They do this on campus. They do it elsewhere. They are either not arrested or they are arrested and released immediately, but these pro lifers are facing long prison terms. So this is the deep inequity of injustice, the deep inequity of our society, and here we see the left in a different way trying to go after justices. Now, we've seen how they have protested at their homes. They've chased them out of restaurants, but now they're trying to get their books canceled. Wow, this shows the extent of it. So Amy Coney Barrett has a book contract with penguin random. This is Random House merger with penguin books. And it's apparently $2 million book advance for Amy Coney Barrett to tell her story and to lay out her judicial philosophy. And but there is a revolt in the publishing world. Several hundred, it turns out the number originally was a couple of hundred now it's over 600 publishing industry staffers. By the way, not just from Penguin Random House, but from all kinds of other publishers, Simon and Schuster, and Harper Collins, McMillan, they've all written a joint letter. Basically asking the publishing house not to publish Amy Coney Barrett's book to cancel the book.

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 Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

"Two of musician Carly Simon's sisters have died within a day of each other I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Joanna Simon who was an acclaimed opera singer before becoming an arts correspondent for the McNeil lehrer NewsHour died on Wednesday at the age of 85 She had thyroid cancer Lucy Simon known for composing the music to the Broadway musical The Secret Garden died of breast cancer on Thursday at the age of 82 according to her daughter Carly says the loss of her sisters will be long and haunting but it's impossible to mourn them without celebrating their incredible lives

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Liz Truss resigns after brief, disastrous spell as British leader

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Liz Truss resigns after brief, disastrous spell as British leader

"Many say Britain's government is in chaos and the conservatives leader should quit British prime minister Liz truss is hanging on to power by a threat After a senior minister quit with a barrage of criticism and a key policy vote descended into chaos and a criminally a botched economic plan unveiled by the government last month triggered financial turmoil and a political crisis that seen the replacement of trust's treasury chief multiple policy U turns and breakdowns of discipline many conservatives say trust must now resign but she's remained defiant saying she's a fighter and not a quitter While one conservative Simon hall says the government is simply in disarray

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

Op Persoonlijke Titel

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"simons" Discussed on Op Persoonlijke Titel

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Police: Missing Georgia toddler believed dead, mom a suspect

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Police: Missing Georgia toddler believed dead, mom a suspect

"Police say a Georgia toddler reported missing last week is presumed deceased In statements via Twitter the chatham county police department says law enforcement have notified the family the 20 month old Quentin Simon is believed dead in his mother leilani Simon has been named as the prime suspect the department had earlier said they seized evidence that was being analyzed police chief Jeff Hadley is expected to provide an update he spoke to the press in Savannah on Monday We understand that people far beyond chatham county have become emotionally invested in this incident And the search for Quentin and they want answers Simon told officers that her son was last seen at home in his playpen in approximately 6 a.m. last Wednesday morning wearing a light blue Sesame Street shirt and black pants and was discovered missing around 9 40 a.m. a police search of the neighborhood near Savannah Georgia grew to include dozens of FBI agents I'm Jennifer King

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"simons" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Yeah, the thing that thing that's funny about it is the theme of people not seeing him is continuing. I feel like a lot of NBA fans really don't know much about Anthony simons. It's an interesting plight to put a young player in when, like, in talking to going back to that clip of old Shea, he just had the foresight to think, think about, you know, this is a guy that we would not be able to get in any other situation. So he's thinking, and it's kind of similar, I think, to what the spurs did with primo where they were thinking, we're going to if this guy goes to college for another year, he's probably going to go higher in the draft. So we're just going to go ahead and take him now. The order of the draft being a thing, notwithstanding, but the rub on simons, if you haven't seen him, like chuck said he's 6 four, big point guard. Very like very quick. I mean, he's got a 6. I think a 6 8 or a 6 9 wingspan really long arms. 40 inch vertical. Coming out of high school though, it's interesting I was going to talk to you about the Kyle. Did you remember he wanted done contests last year? I'd forgotten about that. I'll be honest, man, I don't really watch the duck contest anymore. Of course, of course you don't. That doesn't surprise me. I decided to really just start forget about it, honestly, sometimes. But it's interesting just to go back and look, he was number 8 in that class of 28, the high school class of 2018, but it's interesting just to see physicality rated over ball skills in that class, like nasir little, who I still think could do something. He's gonna get picked for that. And he said a good year before I got hurt. Yeah. This hasn't become like the anti Ashton hagans podcast, but he was ranked ahead of Darius Garland, which is like, I can't control my reaction to that. Romeo Langford was ranked ahead of Tyler. I love that you're going down these hobby holes. You would like 1% of our listeners, though Ashton Higgins is we're just going to say it's like an athletic guard. I think it just kind of shows you like Aaron nee Smith was ranked in the 50s of that class. Simons was behind cam reddish, Charles bassey. Anyway, I was curious to think to ask you about this. Well, first before I do that, I just kind of want to hit on it. Something that people should know about Simon's is he's extremely quick as a dribble shooter. Like we're talking about maxi is more of like a comparing them. These are both scoring guards moving into playmaking roles, assuming more responsibility growing to the shape of their tank the size and shape of their tank. He is extremely quick with it. I said he's like a pistol. He's super quick on his draw. In the MBA, in terms of players, this is if you're a shooter you're gonna end up in situations where people are coming over ball screens to run you off the line. So that ability to hit that dribble pull up three, something like Steph is a master at Trey, dame is pretty freaking good at it too. He is fit this season in threes made and shooting a pretty good percentage. Assuming more pick and roll reps too, you were talking about this year he's over time he's moved from off ball to on ball. So he was like in the 9% range this year over a 5th over 20% of his reps have been passing out of the pick and roll. So he's doing more of that. I was curious to ask you though. If we're looking back at 2018 and we're thinking about if we did a redraft, if we were looking at who, how far up could he move? Where would you take Simon's? How valuable is this real? Is this somebody that is going to become a star level player for sure going forward? Okay, I think there's a couple of things to unpack there. And I like that you started it with his high school rankings. I think that is a good indicator so like to me, I kind of put him in that Darius Garland bucket. In terms of this is a guy whose games based on his jump shot. And the power of his really elite jump shot opens up the rest of his game, right? I think there's some point guards who like to get to the rim who are super fast. And the defense wants to give them the shot. And then there's point guards who are such great shooters, the game opens up for them because the defense is pressed on them all the time. Like you kind of said Anne for an assignments, this is a guy, I think I believe in the jump shot at this point. It looks really, really good. He's 6 foot three, 6 foot four, money shooter. And I think you watched him and it's hard not to think about dame being that he wasn't poor on these last couple of years. Dame's game is based on his jumper. Though they aren't quite the same player. There's a couple key differences. I think the more important point is you kind of said, he's not really well known yet and NBA circles because he spent the last few years in a small market coming off the bench in a small role. But he's still only 20 at least 22. Yeah, these 22. So I think it's like, I'm not sure how for sure good he's going to be or this is for sure real. But I'm definitely open to the possibility that it is. And I think you have to open your mind too. Like you were saying about the draft. A guy with the limited track record, you're not really sure what you're getting, but you're opening up possibilities by doing so because he didn't go to college. You're acting in the 20s. And in your head as an NBA fan, all the sky's drafted in the 20s, I never heard of him. He didn't do much since first few years in the league. You kind of naturally put a ceiling on how good he can be. There's no ceiling. Where Anne for an assignment. Like, I don't know how high the elevator's gonna end up going. But it could go pretty freaking high. I think she's got all star ability. Well, that's a big point you just said there. You think he has all star ability. And I think that that's something that is a conversation. I think that that is a threshold that we're crossing. I think that's an interesting point. Go ahead. And I would say in this stretch of like 22 games where he's running the show. What's impressed me the most. A couple things are really impressed me. Number one, he's not crazy ball dominant. It isn't like he's like James Harden or something. He's such a good shooter. He threatens the defense without needing to hold the ball a ton just by standing out there and moving around. So he's letting other guys do stuff. He's not like monopolizing the ball, which I love in a point guard as he can play on or off. That's one, two, he plays really under control. Like he doesn't seem like a lot of times the game starts and he's just not really doing that much. He's just entering the offense given nurse touches playing off narc. He's really let Josh hart do a lot since the trade. So Josh hart came over in the pelicans trade. Four CJ, he's like, hard, you can do your thing for a while. I know I can get my shot when I need it. So I'll just wait. I'm not trying to force the action early. He's a very deliberate control player, which I also.

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"simons" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"I believe there's two great qualities of leaders that septum apart from others. One is their ability to coach and develop their team, managing down, leaning in, helping them achieve their potential and generate consistent success. But I think the other trait that really separates the really truly great leaders is their ability to manage up or reach up to those in their organization or outside of their organization to create a network of people that are going to help mentor them. Push them to maximize their potential. I think we have a tendency as leaders to think that once we hit a certain level, we don't need help, but the truly great ones really are always searching for someone to help them push them coach them. And that's what we're talking about in today's power episode of the podcast with Scott simons. Now he by all means is an incredibly successful individual. He's a partner in owning automotive dealerships and multiple other businesses, but the key to his success and he shares that today is surrounding himself with other like minded individuals who are successful who challenge him, show him different ways to strategically become a better business person, a better person himself and a better leader. So let's dive into today's power episode of you're in charge conversations at spark change and chat with Scott simons about surrounding yourself with people who are.

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"simons" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"But you know it's rinaldo. Ami was less us focus on the this narrative solid because it is simple model addressing discussed the other side. But do you think he got played because we know that he was in paris prior To to for some reason he was in paris. I i just. I thought was masterful by. He's his agent akin. Like they will merge into mendez. Okay they just what. We'll mush your option mendez. And you're the one together But it's brilliant spy him and and actually is kind of in the face of wire. Hurricane was just left looking very very silly with on his face This this guy in the wondrous were that suitors if city weren't available to take To to take dive options weather because it didn't look what. Psc which must have you know like you said the players losing out here but it didn't feel to me felt very small by men. Does i am wholly by united the rinaldo situation. It's not it's not. Panacea is no but a will grow enough and sensible. Enough to understand that whole gay mendez. Tote it around his client aid kind of his job and be kind of a prudent way of doing things. I mean i thought stage that they know united were definitely interested. They obviously have to have second options. How that really lays you know a minorities mind only he. You know i'm you know. Did he actually really wanna play. The ed or parasol will order in his mind. What did that end up whenever no But it seemed it ended up being the most logical fair. I think i seriously could never see bernardo playing pat and obviously he could never have moved to paris at just the with all the messy men by pay neymar dynamic..

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"simons" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"It in the sense that your your manipulating native elements using a different like rendering engine using java script yob with i mean i think the caveat there right is like it's being bundled in with the application binary right i. I wouldn't expect it to like be able to be exploited over the air. You're i mean. Although i guess with expo actually. That's an interesting interesting implication. Is that if you could actually cause expo all these things that allow over the updates without push me in the app store. That's actually an interesting. I never even thought about that. That actually is a kind of a. That's an an attack vector. That is kind of scary is that it's tear it. Yeah holy cow. I never thought about that. 'cause you're you're actually sidestepping. The app store review process. And you're and you're allowing third party coders download and execute on demand which is like which is interesting from from anita device perspective frightening because the native installed apps have permissions right there like you're browsing the internet casually the sand boxing on that stuff tends to be quite good right. It's interesting yes. So i don't know if you saw start tweeting about this yesterday. And i posted a youtube video. The youtube video got taken down somehow and basically a bunch of like you know. Facebook employees just disagreed with me vociferously. And i'm like okay. Like prove me wrong. Prove me wrong and they said. Show me your evidence. What evidence you need. This is possible right. it's possible. Yeah wow yeah. That's that's pretty frightening. That's like actually pretty frightening. I literally spent two and a half years writing a laudatory book about facebook. I don't know if you knew that called move fast. It's it's it was the number one book and software engineering for some time. I think it now. It's number two number three on amazon. It's super laudatory. The company i love react. I love the ecosystem. I think lennox for the front end basically. It's it is. It is a project that is as important as it has brought us together as a software community but it is also as dangerous as lennox If it's not managed properly. And i think facebook is making a really big mistake by trying to manage this all themselves. Oh the development of react you man. Yeah it's it's it's not real open source. It's fake open source disagree. I don't disagree. I don't disagree with that. actually there does. It definitely does seem to be a bit of a black box. How is it that way like. Do you have any idea how hoax work giving hoax low data onto your screen. You know you're not you're not an expert. You're not a javascript expert. How would you know like i'm not. I'm not a highly technical software. Podcast with sixteen hundred hours of experience. How would i know how react hooks. Work yeah i again i actually. I think this is just an issue across the industry. Right like we're you. Your were all standing on the shoulders of giants right. And i think that the problem is that that's and we've kind of gotten away with this because there's been more good actors than bad but we're read a point now. Where the attackers will i mean you know. People have an incentive to attack. These things have realized that you know doing these brute force attacks you know we've companies have gotten pretty good at securing their api points or whatever right but it's actually a lot easier to go after the developers were building that software in the first place like those are the people that have a target on their back now. He's working in enterprise company as software. Developer has each again to target on their back. Because that's where supply chain attack slipping in during the development process. Right anytime you're you're relying on an open source package which is like all the time right. You know how. Often i mean. How realistic to your to your point is like you even have the requisite knowledge slash time to like for a package. You're going to install to go pore over every line and go okay. Yeah this looks legit like imagining ten thousand line library that for like charting graph or something right. It's like no you're not like you're gonna look at the number of downloads and you know. I don't know whatever right determine if there's something you want to use and you're gonna install it right and that's that is exactly how the stuff happens and now you have something that is militias that like with a nearly every modern development. Jane has access to your entire computer now. Right and this is terrible. Worm factor in the ecosystem particularly around the post. Install script field. that's been unaddressed. Like five years like this brought up by sam. Coney like five years ago has not been addressed We're we're we're actually the first people that have addressed the thing and we're universally start up. You know like doing this stuff. But it's it's it's pretty frightening. Like i think we're i think we're saying i think we're at the beginning stages i i think we're just starting to see what happens when there's an incentive to actually go and invest in attacking developers and developer environments in this offer that the writing so this was such a jarring experience for me. It was actually super drawing for nick to. He was also terrified he was experiencing he. He experienced his own show. I don't even want to go into some of the other stuff we've been experiencing lately But suffice to say my tinfoil hat is very on right. now i started to basically like ima- i thought first of all this repainting attack like it could have taken place in any number of ways right. It could have been any number of vectors. That could have done this right. And then i was talking to to a to a react. Say a a a react. Heavy heavy knowledge expert. I won't say more than that person who was basically saying. Hey look this is actually not the easiest way to do this kind of attack like maybe you could do it but you know actually this is just really not the best way to do it. He sent me a link to some super obscure like php library. That you can use them like dude. If somebody wants to hack the you i they're gonna use react. Why would they use anything else if they want to. Hack the ui on a native device. They're gonna use react native. Why would they use anything else. It's basically made to do this. And as i realized that. I became terrified because i realized like we're already living in the metaverse. Were already living in sucks metaverse. He wants to change anything that we're seeing. He can do it anything. Not just anything on facebook website. Not just anything on a react website. Anything whether it's whether it's angular whether it's the google.

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03:36 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I i mean potentially right i mean i i think just about anything is possible. I think because. Now we're now we're kind of getting into the into the the question in in some sense of encryption and and that sort of thing like you know man in the middle of talks right and so i think it kind of depends on the implementer but like yeah sure i mean theoretically absolutely. It's it's done is it has been done before definite. So here's what i'm getting at. By the way i'd love to talk to you about stack blitz but so i went to defcon recently. And i believe that this attack happened to me. Oh interesting yeah. I was wondering where this is going this is. This is kind of specific. Okay so so so i. I'm interested in so. Tell me about this. So i experienced my native applications being taken over and repainted. Wow yeah it was terrifying. I was just like on ios or android or. Wow what what was it being reno. Sorry sorry sorry. Sorry was android was android. Okay now in. Iowa's user that surprise have it's andrea and i'm like okay giving so i went to defcon. I basically said look. I'm going to do gonzo journalism. I'm gonna get myself destroyed. It defcon took my devices. I took three three cell phones and a laptop to defcon. And just got myself coned. And i didn't really do anything to let myself. I just heard that if you go to defcon you're gonna get pound if you take your devices. That's your apparently not supposed to take devices to defcon. But being myself. I took my vices. And i got postponed so i was just like hanging out at my super super compute. Cto nick diglis hotel. And and and. And i'm i'm logging into the insecure hotel wifi and within a matter of hours to edit three of my cell phones or completely bricked. One of them was a brand new iphone. it was completely bricked. I mean it was it was it was in a meaningful every meaningful sense brick. I couldn't i couldn't like i couldn't use the internet. It was really weird like it was a brand new phone brand new phone who is bricked. i couldn't couldn't access the internet. The only two things to to buy second access the internet on where my laptop which was which was acting super weird and an android phone and the android phone is. What was my main phone before. Before i switched iphone after this experience so i took my android phone to the gym at one point and i experienced this repainting attack. I call it a ui attack. I don't know what else to call it. It scared the living hell out of me. It was super scary. Because i saw some shit. That just was terrifying. Imagine imagine if somebody wanted to repaint your application experienced terrify you. Do you think that's possible. You know like. I would be pretty terrified. I like it certainly possible but like it you know. As without direct access to the vice. It's it would be surprising rally. Are you like that. I mean to me at least to me for for something we will take over my native application runtime on my phone i would be. I would be surprised right. Like i'd i'd certainly not for an iowa user. I would be surprised if something actually could could alter the native runtime of my phone. Absolutely exactly what react native. Does.

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05:39 min | 1 year ago

"simons" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Eric welcome to the show. We were just talking before the show that we actually met five or six years ago. What were you doing back then. And what have you done in. The intervening years led to stack bullets. Yeah this is a good question. I think when we met a back five six years ago so it must have been six actually because at the time. My my co founder and i we were running a company called thanks ter- and it was kind of like plural sites like a subscription model for educational content. We were teaching it full stack web development and it's a bootstrap company and actually the big problem. We ran into with teaching full stack. Web development was not even teaching like react or angular. Whatever concepts is like helping people get their endeavour environments up is actually the hardest part of the whole thing is people be like. Oh my my computer's out of file. Watchers like in react is broken. Reacts not broken your computers just messed up and So the short of it is that we ended up creating ended up being stock bullets which is like an in browser dev environment to solve this problem but it ended up taking on a life of its own. Interest has been growing like a weed sense then. We launched five years ago as of last week and we ended up selling our previous company. And so now. We're working fulltime on stack. Let's sell the education company. Yeah it was actually. It was actually really strong. Kinda glazed over all the worst parts of that because it was like kind of actually a really difficult time because thinks you're was you had a couple hundred thousand students at its peak. That were were using the thing and what's rocketed to a million within like a million users think within a year of us putting online so we're kind of is as a two-man shop we're effectively running to startups. And so we had to choose which one we wanted to focus on full-time unfortunately ended up meeting. A guy named joe teams who one of the top authors at plural site and he actually runs like and a couple other conferences and he actually ended up acquiring. Thanks drew from austin. He's been running it ever since awesome. Well let's get into stack blitz. So actually i guess the place to start is what's going on with full stack javascript development. These days yeah. Good good question. I think there's a lot. I think to to kind of like to kind of step back. I guess it might. It might help for us to to to start with what kind of different about stack bullets versus other online things. Because i think that might kind of set the four online. Id or not really a new idea per se right and day. I think probably the first major cloud nine back in like the early twenty times. There's been a kind of a handful of these. Things sent them up scott codes basis now etc so the key thing that we realized with stack. Let's back five years ago. They kind of blew our minds. When we're running to this problem getting an environment dev environment that'd be reproducible. And not run into issues teaching space tool chains. Where like you know. All these tools that people use for development are written in java script right like web pack and roll up etc. you know. it shouldn't be. Should it be like theoretically possible. Just kind of copy pasta that and like run it inside of the browser itself right and and this is very different from like if you look at code spaces or cloud nine the way that they actually do that computer because they spin up a vm. For every single user who comes to it and they execute the code on some streamed results of that back across the internet right. So it's like you're not actually getting. It's actually a worse experience in a local dab environment. 'cause you're introducing latency to the server someone's got to pick up the bill for that so usually it's not free to sign up there brutally slow and we realized you could actually get this stuff to run neatly inside the browser itself. You'd have all the benefits of a local environment and works off line superfast. There's no latency. there's no cost because it's like a person's you know computers using trinity to actually do the compute work so anyways the short of it is that we kind of had this realization that you know that this might be possible and so fast forward a couple of years and this actually become increasingly the case even in full stack web development. If you look at things like next jay ass they're blending the back end. What would be considered back. Backend code with the front uncover actually writing one code base. And if it's running on a server it's doing you know different sorts of logic throwing on the client knows how to seamlessly request that data in a way. That's kind of transparent you right so you know i kind of pause there but i think that's kind of the big trends that there's kind of this convergence happening in the java script world like what used to be like you know browser only or no gymnasts only or whatever have you they're converging and which is enabling very interesting types of architectures to be possible such as such as the most extreme example is is probably next in general i think for like general ob web application development kind of strikes that mark but if you look at like what we recently rolled out with stock blitz so back in may like what three months ago we actually rolled out. This new technology called web containers were essentially. It allows you out full no jazz containers inside of your browser right. So it's like literally allowing.

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