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Here's To The Crazy Ones What are you thinking . . . . “Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” . . . What we think we become! - Frank Outlaw - (*Hover over the Share Button for quick links) Got a Good CraZy Person Suggestion For This Site - Send It To Us - Click HERE! Winston Churchill Said This . . . Steve Jobs "This One Speaks For Itself!" Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs (born February 24, 1955) was an American business magnate and inventor. He is well-known for being the co-founder of Apple, NeXT, & Pixar. Born in San Francisco, he was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs of Mountain View, California. His biological mother nearly refused to agree to the adoption after she learned that the adoptive mother never graduated from college and the father never graduated from high school. She relented only after his new adoptive parents promised that Steve would go to college. They kept their promise. Jobs however would drop out of college after 1 semester - He never went back! ". . . Everything Else - Speaks For Itself!" See how Jobs revived Apple and remade entire industries, defying the worst economic conditions since the Great Depression -- and his own serious health problems. Fortune Cover & Time-line ? 2009 Cable News Network. A Time Warner Company All Rights Reserved. Remembering that you are going to die, is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking that you have something to lose. ~ Steve Jobs "2005 Stanford Commencement Address" Copyright ? All rights reserved 'A COUPLE OF MORE STEVE JOBS MOVIES' BBC Billion Dollar Hippy Copyright ? All rights reserved Steve Jobs - Lost Interview Copyright ? All rights reserved Steve Jobs Profile - How a Dreamer Changed the World Copyright ? All rights reserved Dan Cohen "For Thinking He Could Change The World With An iPod!" Dan Cohen founded 'Music & Memory' with a simple idea: Someday, if he ended up in a nursing home, he wanted to be able to listen to his favorite ‘60s music. He’d heard a recent news report about how iPods have grown so popular. Why not bring used iPods as well as new ones into nursing homes to provide personalized music for residents? When Dan had his brainstorm in 2006, he discovered that none of the 16,000 long-term care facilities in the U.S. used iPods for their residents. Drawing on his background in leveraging technology to benefit those who would otherwise have no access, he volunteered at a local nursing home in Greater New York, creating personalized playlists for residents. The program was a hit with residents,staff and families, and became the prototype for a bigger effort. With funding from the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation in 2008, Dan brought 200 iPods to residents of four New York long-term care facilities and tested the program on a larger scale. Successful outcomes spurred the creation of Music & Memory as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2010. Since then, we have implemented iPod personalized music programs in hundreds of care facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada. A 2011 matching grant outreach effort provided digital music players, headphones, music, training and support to qualifying facilities and has significantly helped to advance our mission. Some Staggering Statistics (Click the Image To Enlarge) Copyright ? All rights reserved In April 2012, a documentary about Dan's work, Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory, was previewed at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City. A video clip of Henry, one of the residents reawakened by listening to his Cab Calloway favorites, went viral. There are now with more than 11 million views boosting awareness and enthusiastic interest in his program. You Can Donate An iPod By Clicking On The Image 'Above' > Or Simply By This CraZy Idea Suggested by Ellen G. 'Think Different!' - Donate an iPod & Change a Life This CraZy Idea Suggested by Ethan RULE #1: "Never PreJudge Anyones Intellect !" > RULE #2: "Never Forget Rule #1 !" "Stephen Wiltshire" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Derek Paravicini" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Daniel Tammet" Copyright ? All rights reserved (Click the Image To Enlarge) "Jake Barnett" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Santigo Gonzales" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Jamie Edwards" Copyright ? All rights reserved Make Everything as Simple as Possible - But Not Simpler! - Albert Einstein Here's To The Crazy Ones "For Getting It All Started!" by "Here's To The Crazy Ones. The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world - are the ones who DO!" - Apple Got a Good CraZy Person Suggestion For This Site - Send It To Us - Click HERE! Faith Dickey Petit "For Being Good At Being Crazy!" 'Faith Dickey' (23 years-old) began slacklining with the same ambitions as most, just to cross between two trees in the park. Little did she know that these humble beginnings would turn into a passionate lifestyle where the pursuit of balance was at the forefront. After one year of slacklining in the USA, she traveled to Europe and began the more extreme aspects of the sport, Longline and Highline. Longlining invokes extended focus-time, endurance and control despite the elements. th keep your keep your mind focus on one feat for such a long time is a new challenge for the human mind. Faith's current Longline best and the female World Record is 22m (728ft). Faith's ambitions as a highliner were humble in the beginning, however Highlining took everything she thought she knew about fear and threw it into the sky. To stand on a one inch webbing stretched across a void, with all exposure penetrating ones vision and unhinging your brain, every iota of your of your being is telling not to be there. this is fear and each step across that line pushes it slowly away. Faith broke the original female world record within 4 months of Highlining, and has since set the female world record for Highlining length at 81m (266ft); record for height int the Swiss Alps at 1200m (4000ft) from the valley. She continually breaks her own records to set new ones. (Click the Image To Enlarge) (Click the Image To Enlarge) > This CraZy Idea by Karen It was there that he first came up with the idea for Twitter. In 200 Dorsey moved to Okland, California and started his company to dispatch couriers, taxis, and emergency services from the Web. His other projects and ideas at this time included networks of medical devices and a "frictionless service market". When he first saw implementations of instant messaging, Dorsey wondered whether the software's user status output could be shared among friends easily. Dorsey and Biz Stone decided that SMS text suited the status message idea, and built a prototype of Twitter in about two weeks. The idea attracted many users at Odeo and investment from Evan Williams who had left Google after selling it Pyra Labs and Blogger. Dorsey, Stone and Noah Glass co-founded Obvious, which then spun off Twitter, Inc. As the service began to grow in popularity, Dorsey chose the improvement of uptime as top priority, even over creating revenue. His three guiding principles, which are shared by the whole company and through its culture, are simplicity, constraint, and craftsmanship. Dorsey developed a small business platform called 'Square', designed to accept debit and credit card payments on a mobile device. It was released in May 2010. The small, square-shaped device attached to iPhone, iPad or Android devices via the headphone jack, and as a mini card reader allows a person to swipe her or his card, choose an amount to give to the recipient and then sign his or her name for confirmation. Square is also a system for sending paperless receipts via text message or email, and is available as a free app for iOS and Android OS. The company grew from 10 employees in December 2009 to over a hundred employees by June 2011. Square's office is located on Mission Street in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood. In September 2012, Business Insider magazine valued Square Inc. at $3.2 billion The means he grew Square from $0 to $2 billion in just 3 years! "Jack Dorsey - 60 Minutes" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Jack Dorsey - Speaks with Cleveland Clinic Foundation's Toby Cosgrove, MD" Copyright ? All rights reserved John Stephen Akhwari "For The Best Last Place Finish Ever!" - 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games In the 1968 Mexico City Olympic games, a young African runner from Tanzania, named John Stephen Akhwari, would compete in the last event of the games - the 26 mile, 385 yard marathon. Although he would ultimately finish last, nearly an hour behind the rest of the runners, he would nonetheless finish the race and in doing so deliver a finish that will be remembered long after the winner has been forgotten. Early in the race he suffered a bad a fall but he got back up and kept running. Now running on a badly injured leg, and knowing full well that he was out of the competition, a voice called from within to go on, and so he went on. When Akhwari finally did approach the stadium, it was nearly empty. As he entered the stadium the meager crowd rose to their feet and began cheering. Photographers scrambled to set up cameras long stowed away, barely managing to capture one of the greatest finishes in Olympics history. Afterwards it was written . . . "Today we have seen the young African runner who symbolizes the finest in the human spirit. A performance that gives true dignity to sport. A performance that lifts sport out of the category of grown men playing at games. A performance that gives meaning to the word courage. All honor to John Stephen Akhwari of Tanzania. Perhaps the words of John Stephen Akhwari epitomize all that is right in the human spirit. When asked why he did not quit he said simply - 'My country did not send me 5000 miles to start the race, they sent me 5000 miles to Finish the race!'" "100 Years of Olympic History" Copyright ? All rights reserved To The Crazy Ones - Who Never, Ever Give Up!' Got a Good CraZy Person Suggestion For This Site - Send It To Us - Click HERE! Tyler Bradt "Cause It's There & Cause He Can!" Tyler Bradt (born June 2, 1986) is an American professional whitewater kayaker who holds the unofficial world record for the highest waterfall successfully run in a kayak. In 2007 Tyler ran the 107-foot (33 m) Alexandra Falls on the Hay River in the Northwest Territories. This record was broken by a Brazilian kayaker, Pedro Oliveira, when he ran a 127-foot 39m) falls in Brazil, breaking Tyler Bradt’s former 107-foot record by 20 feet. On April 21, 2009, just a month after Oliveira set a new world record, Bradt successfully took back the record when he kayaked the 186-foot (57 m) Palouse Falls in Eastern Washington. This drop was re-measured at 189 ft. A few feet taller than we had previously thought. Tyler had smashed the world record by 62 feet! The freefall lasted approximately four seconds. Bradt suffered only minor injuries from this record feat. His media agent released the photographs and video footage of him dropping over the falls to Sports Illustrated, which carried a video of the plunge on their website. The May 18, 2009 issue of Sports Illustrated included the first published photo of Bradt's world record descent. Tyler Bradt and kayaker/filmmaker Rush Sturges included footage of the plunge in their 2010 film Dream Result, which they collaborated on and released in 2010. 'Click Image to Enlarge It' This is Crazy! "Tyler Bradt Completes His World Record Waterfall Descent " Copyright ? All rights reserved "Tyler Bradt Doing What He Does Best " Copyright ? All rights reserved Nick Vujcic "For Proving That Disability Is Not Real & That It Only Exsits In Ones Thoughts!" by "Nick Vujicic was born to Du?ka and Boris Vujicic in 1982 in Melbourne, Australia. Although he was an otherwise healthy baby, he was born without arms and legs; he had no legs, but two small feet, one of which had two toes. He has two siblings, Michelle and Aaron." Arthur Guyton "For still doing everything inspite of - significant disabilities!" "Arthur C. Guyton, MD (September 8, 1919 – April 3, 2003) was an American physiologist who later became Dean of the University of Mississippi Medical School. He was born in Oxford, Mississippi, to Dr. Billy S. Guyton, a highly respected eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist, and Kate Smallwood Guyton, a mathematics and physics teacher who had been a missionary in China before marriage. Guyton received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi and then served in the Navy in World War II. After the war. He would graduate from Harvard Medical School and then move on to a prestigious Cardiothoracic surgical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1946, in the 'final year' of his thoracic surgery residency, he contracted polio. Suffering paralysis in his right leg, left arm and both shoulders, he spent nine months in Warm Springs, Ga., before returning home to Mississippi to join the faculty of the University of Mississippi. In spite of the need for crutches and a wheelchair he took up teaching and research. A composite of his lecture notes would eventually lead the the first edition of his now world renowned 'Guyton's Textbook of Medical Physiology'. This book would became a household name in "every" field of medicine including medical & dental schools, nursing and allied health. Guyton's obituary states that: "Unlike most major textbooks, which often have as many as 10-20 authors, the first eight editions were written entirely by Guyton with a new edition always arriving 'on schedule' for nearly 40 years." Now For The Crazy Part Dr. Guyton and his wife would have 10 children. ALL 10 of them would graduate from HARVARD. ALL 10 of them would become M.D.'s (physicians). Eight of them, all the boys, would graduate from HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL. THE GUYTON FAMILY David L. Guyton, M.D. Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Robert A. Guyton, M.D. Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Cardiothoracic Division, Emory University, School of Medicine John R. Guyton, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University Steven W. Guyton, M.D. Cardiothoracic Surgeon at Virginia Mason Clinic, Seattle Cathy Greenberger, M.D. Internist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Jean Gispen, M.D. Rheumatologist in Oxford, Mississippi Douglas C. Guyton, M.D. Anesthesiologist in Reno, Nevada James L. Guyton, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, Tenn. Thomas S. Guyton, M.D. Anesthesiologist in Memphis Gregory P. Guyton, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon in Baltimore, Md. eo in html 5 by v1.2 THE WORLD'S BEST SELLING MEDICAL BOOK - EVER! eo in html 5 by Here's To The Crazy Ones v1.2 John E. Hall co-authored the textbook. However, all prior editions were written entirely by Guyton, with the eighth edition published in 1991. Subsequent editions, including the latest, preserve his legacy within the title, Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology. This feat is unprecedented for any physiology or medical text. His textbook is unique in the history of medical publishing and is the 'world's best-selling physiology book' that has been translated into at least 15 languages. Arthur Guyton also made significant research contributions, which include more than 600 papers and 40 books. His work earned him a legendary place among the greatest figures in the history of cardiovascular physiology. Dr. Guyton, as he was called by all that knew him, even his friends, is also credited with inventing the motorized Joystick wheelchair, out of necessity of course. But, when he traveled he always insisted on walking through the airports, and everywhere else for that matter, in spite of the enormous amount extra work involved on his part. It was for him just a simple matter of principal - a lesson lost by all to many today. Tragically, Dr. Guyton would perish in an automobile accident near his home in Jackson, Miss., on April 3, 2003. He was 83 years old. His wife of 59 years, Ruth, was injured in the crash and died on Thursday at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She was 80. (Click the Image To Enlarge) Magnus Carlsen "For Being Crazy Smart and The World Chess Champion" Sven Magnus ?en Carlen (born 30 November 1990) is a Norwegian chess Grandmaster and chess prodigy who is currently the number-one ranked player in the world. In January 2010 he became the seventh player in history to be ranked number one in the world on the official FIDE rating list. His peak rating is 2837, the second highest in history, after Garry Kasparov. On 26 April 2004 Carlsen became a Grandmaster at the age of 13 years, 148 days, making him the third-youngest Grandmaster in history. On 1 January 2010 the new FIDE rating list was published, and at the age of 19 years, 32 days, he became the youngest chess player in history to be ranked world number one, breaking the record previously held by Vladimir Kramnik. Carlsen was also the 2009 World blitz chess champion. His performance at the September- October 2009 Nanjing Pearl Spring tournament has been described as one of the greatest in history and lifted him to an Elo rating of 2801, making him the fifth player to achieve a rating over 2800 – and aged 18 years 10 months at the time, by far the youngest to do so. Based on his rating, Carlsen qualified for the Candidates Tournament which determined the challenger to World Champion Viswanathan Anand in the World Chess Championship 2012. In November 2010, however, he announced he was withdrawing from the Candidates tournament. Next to his chess activities, world's number one, Magnus Carlsen has started a fashion model career. The 22-year-old Norwegian is contracted by international clothing brand G-Star. In a campaign launched in Berlin, Carlsen stared together with world famous actress Liv Tyler. NPR's News Segment on Magnus Carlsen Copyright NPR ? All rights reserved "Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Magnus Carlsen & Charlie Rose" Copyright ? All rights reserved Jack Taylor "For CRUSHING The NCAA Single-Game Scoring Record by 25 points & Simultaneously Setting 6 other NCAA Mens Basketball Records - That's Just CraZy!" Jack Taylor Born 10/12/90 in Lakeside, California. The Division III guard shattered the NCAA record with 138 points on November 20, 2012, hoisting a mind-boggling 108 attempts - or one shot every 20 seconds - in eclipsing the previous record by 25 points - a record that had stood for nearly 60 years. Taylor, a 5-10, 170-pound guard from Black River Falls, Wisconsin, shot 52-of-108 from the field, 27-of-71 from 3-point range, and 7-of-10 from the free-throw line to finish with the historic, head-shaking line of 138 points. Jack Taylor's performance left even Kobe Bryant impressed. He attended Black River Falls High School, where he lettered four years in basketball … as a senior he was: Coulee Conference Player of the Year and first-team All-Conference, WBCA Division 2 first-team All-Stater, AP honorable mention All-State, All-La Crosse Tribune first-teamer, team captain, team MVP, member of conference championship team, first-team Academic All-State, scored 1,295 points to rank second all-time in school history, selected to play on the Division 2 WBCA North All-Star Team, McDonald’s All-American nominee … as a junior was the Coulee Conference Player of the Year and first-team All-Conference, WBCA Division 2 first-team All-Stater, AP honorable mention All-State, All-La Crosse Tribune first-teamer, team captain, team MVP, averaged 24.0 points per game which ranked third in the state of Wisconsin, scored 48 points against West Salem … as a sophomore was All-Coulee Conference honorable mention … aside from athletics won the Presidential Academic Award and was a National Honor Society inductee. NCAA Records Broken On November 20, 2012 (Click Image To Enlarge It) "Jack Taylor - NCAA Record Setting 138-points" Copyright ? All rights reserved "Jack Taylor - NCAA Record Setting 138-points" Copyright ? All rights reserved The Atronauts "For Being CraZy Enough To Think That They Could . . . . . . . Walk ON The MOON!" The Apollo program, named after the Greek God who drove his chariot to the sun, was America's effort to be first to the moon. Conceived during the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower, and guided by NASA, it began in earnest after President John F. Kennedy's May 25, 1961 special address to a joint session of Congress. In this speech Kennedy declared a national goal stating, "I believe that this nation should commit itself, to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth." Apollo was preceded by the Mercury and Gemini missions, which laid the ground work necessary for Apollo's success.Kennedy's goal was achieved on July 20, 1969, when the Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin ( Whois

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