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William Pitcher
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Lives in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
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I have now listened to a bunch of covers of 'Counting Stars' and this is my favourite. I have also listened to a bunch of music by Mountain Faith Band and this is my fave performance of theirs. Everything came together for this. I hope they stick with an upbeat tempo and add an edge to their music like this did with this one.

You can tell that Mel was surprised how good the unusual arrangement was.
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I like how she is saying 'Encore, encore!' (Again, again!) even before he has finished a roll.
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I love this series. There is such an intimacy to the questions and answers. The participants seem to care so much more about the discussion than you see in some interviews.

+Variety you need to make this series its own YouTube channel. 
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I am not a big hockey fan (weird for a Canadian I know), but I definitely want to watch a hockey game with GoPro cameras in the mix. I love this footage. 
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Imagine how good the music would be if real battles were fought with marching bands?
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I know that route well.  Great when it is dry like that. You really feel like you are flying through the Sawmill portion. Not nearly as well known as the Culham trail, but definitely worth riding even from further north. Kudos for using your bell. Not enough people do that.
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So will America's Got Talent ask you to take this down now that you have performed it on the show?
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William Pitcher - Founder, GeekCoaches
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To all the people that wonder, 'What's the big deal about complimenting a woman on the street?'  If many women find it offensive (and they do), it really doesn't matter what you think about it -- don't do it!
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So, I was in a  #Target  (Canada) store yesterday and I bought a knit cap. I figured, 'Why not?' because it was only $3. It was likely that price because they had a tonne of them just that one style, one size in a choice of grey or navy.  What they did not have was any other men's hats, any scarves or any gloves, and it is a bit early for the spring clothes to start showing up.

The store I was is a big two-level space in Ontario's largest shopping centre -- Square One. However, as I walked around the store, I realized they carried a huge variety of different types of things, but that they did have much much in each of those categories. So for example, they didn't have much in terms of men's clothes, and they didn't have much in terms of groceries. 

If their prices were significantly cheaper I might start there despite their limited selection, but their prices aren't cheaper.  Likewise, if I felt they had cool things I could have only bought there (like Costco), I might have started there, but again, for my shopping, there wasn't that advantage. 

I have never shopped at a Target in the States, but on the day they announced they were pulling out of Canada, I wandered into one of their stores and realized, I am not surprised they are going.
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I was okay most with everything this police officer said well into the video even though a ticket for the horn just seemed vindictive. Police are allowed to use cell phones for police business while driving and police can exceed the speed limit if required for an urgent police matter. The truck driver has no way of knowing whether there was a valid police reason for the cop's actions. HOWEVER, then the officer says, "I wasn't paying attention to my speed" and "I don't remember having my phone".  It is my understanding, at least in Ontario, that you could technically be written up for careless driving if you tell the police you weren't paying attention to an important element of your driving -- "I wasn't paying attention" is worse than, "Yes, I was going a little fast."  As for not remembering his phone -- come on!

EDIT: And I just had a thought -- Seems it would be fraudulent to give someone a clean inspection report without actually doing an inspection. If so, dumb doing that on video.
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Gotta love a #contest  available outside the United States (America for you non-Canadians ;-)  A free MacBook Air is also something you gotta love. All it costs is an email address.  I have one just for contests.
Spread the StackSocial love for a chance to win the powerful yet compact 11" MacBook Air!
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Sponsorship and Philanthropic Fundraising Consultant
Skills
Fundraising, Social Media Content, Photography
Employment
  • GeekCoaches
    Founder, 2013 - present
  • Pitcher Group
    Sponsorship and Philanthropic Fundraising Consultant, 1996 - present
  • Community Counselling Service
    Assistant Vice President, 1986 - 1994
  • Living Arts Centre
    Chief Development Officer, 1994 - 1996
  • Mohawk College
    Chief Development Officer, 2006 - 2009
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Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Previously
Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada - St. John's, Newfoundland - London, Ontario - Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - New Minas, Nova Scotia - Hamilton, Ontario - Dublin, Ireland - Lambeth, Ontario - Ailsa Craig, Ontario - Gore's Landing, Ontario - Kitchener, Ontario - Waterloo, Ontario - Thunder Bay, Ontario - Cornwall, Ontario - Trois Rivieres, Quebec -
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289-999-1020
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Fundraising Consultant. Tech Geek. Photography Enthusiast.
Introduction
For more than 25 years, I have helped charities secure major donations and sponsorships.
Bragging rights
Raised more than $100-million.
Education
  • University of Waterloo
    Recreation & Business, 1983 - 1986
  • Memorial University
    Business, 1979 - 1981
  • Bishop's College
    Highschool, 1977 - 1979
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I have worked with Catherine Thorburn for some time now. The thing that most impresses me about her Life Coaching is the combination of her strong business background (thanks to her MBA and senior corporate experience) and her thoughtful insight to maximizing one's personal performance. As you can tell, I highly recommend Catherine as a Life Coach or a Career Coach. She is a great combination of the two.
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This is a spacious cafe and bakery style deli. They have free refills on coffee and pop. They have comfy chairs, fresh ingredients and tasty menu items. I wish this place was closer as it is a good hangout spot and work away from the office location. I will definitely return when I am in the neighbourhood.
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