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Simone and Malcolm Collins -The first funky thinkers threesome…

#FunkyThinkers - Simone and Malcolm Collins

Simone and Malcolm Collins
Simone and Malcolm Collins

Simone and Malcolm Collins

This was a first for funky thinkers. Our first threesome. That is - two guests. 

In the mix today, the leapfrog effect - it is something to do with technology and developing countries, The psychology of mass appeal sports and the come back of old school service industries. Like the travel agent or the guy in the brown overalls at the local bike shop. (LBS as we call it).

It is the unwanted spin off of the internet. Person buys part for bike (or washing machine or whatever), can't for the life of them figure out how to make it work - has to consult tradesperson skilled in such tasks.

Paul Gascoigne

The iconic image of Paul Gascoigne crying into the England shirt after England lost the 1990 World Cup semi-final in Turin on penalties. Worth studying if you are interested in the mass appeal of sport and it's impact on people.

Simone and Malcolm Collinslins

Simone & Malcolm Collins were pleased to be on - as you can see.

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Jonathan
 

Jonathan Senior - When not Head Funkstering, Jonathan can either be found swimming, cycling or running. He is a 20+ year triathlete, represented GB at age group level and 3 x Ironman finisher.

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