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New space telescope reaches final stop million miles out
"The the the the world's world's world's world's biggest biggest biggest biggest most most most most powerful powerful powerful powerful space space space space telescope telescope telescope telescope arrived arrived arrived arrived at at at at its its its its observation observation observation observation post post post post one one one one million million million million miles miles miles miles from from from from earth earth earth earth the the the James James James Webb Webb Webb space space space telescope telescope telescope lifted lifted lifted off off off last last last month month month the the the mirrors mirrors mirrors on on on the the the ten ten ten billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar observatory observatory observatory still still still must must must be be be aligned aligned aligned before before before science science science observations observations observations can can can begin begin begin in in in June June June Klaus Klaus Klaus pada pada pada Payton Payton Payton with with with the the the space space space telescope telescope telescope science science science institute institute institute says says says this this this telescope telescope telescope could could could answer answer answer a a a lot lot lot of of of questions questions questions are are are we we we alone alone alone in in in the the the universe universe universe where where where we we we come come come from from from where where where do do do we we we go go go to to to the the the universe universe universe is is is so so so huge huge huge need need need think think think that that that out out out there there there somewhere somewhere somewhere there there there will will will be be be life life life but but but we we we don't don't don't know know know we we we have have have to to to build build build large large large instruments instruments instruments to to to tell tell tell astronomy astronomy astronomy professor professor professor David David David Helfand Helfand Helfand at at at Columbia Columbia Columbia University University University says says says the the the James James James Webb Webb Webb telescope telescope telescope is is is different different different than than than the the the Hubble Hubble Hubble telescope telescope telescope the the the James James James Webb Webb Webb telescope telescope telescope is is is optimized optimized optimized to to to see see see in in in the the the infrared infrared infrared part part part of of of the the the spectrum spectrum spectrum which which which gives gives gives us us us a a a whole whole whole different different different set set set of of of information information information about about about the the the universe universe universe the the the telescope telescope telescope will will will also also also scanned scanned scanned for for for possible possible possible signs signs signs of of of life life life I I I met met met Donahue Donahue Donahue
Broadway's 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' actor fired
"A a a a Broadway Broadway Broadway Broadway star star star star is is is is out out out out of of of of the the the the job job job job after after after after being being being being accused accused accused accused of of of of misconduct misconduct misconduct misconduct by by by by its its its its co co co co star star star star the the the actor actor actor who who who stars stars stars in in in Harry Harry Harry potter potter potter and and and the the the cursed cursed cursed child child child has has has been been been fired fired fired from from from that that that production production production produces produces produces released released released James James James Snyder Snyder Snyder after after after an an an independent independent independent investigation investigation investigation into into into allegations allegations allegations made made made by by by his his his female female female costar costar costar the the the exact exact exact nature nature nature of of of the the the claim claim claim was was was not not not disclosed disclosed disclosed but but but producers producers producers say say say the the the complaint complaint complaint was was was made made made back back back in in in November November November and and and that that that it it it immediately immediately immediately suspended suspended suspended Snyder Snyder Snyder meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile the the the costar costar costar is is is taking taking taking a a a leave leave leave of of of absence absence absence from from from the the the Broadway Broadway Broadway show show show the the the production production production won won won a a a Tony Tony Tony for for for best best best new new new play play play in in in twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel
Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107
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Flagler, Cryer lead No. 5 Baylor past Oklahoma 65-51
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James O'Keefe Discusses His New Book 'American Muckraker'
"Folks I'm talking to James O'Keefe, the new book is American muckraker, congratulations on the book, James. It's important that people understand who you are and where you're coming from and that you're fighting for them, whether they know you are not, but they should know you and they should help support you by buying the book. We're doing what they can. Thank you, Eric. It's a good read. It took me 5 years to write this book. 700, 800 footnotes in it, and I really, I really tried to really get into all the research about ethics and deception and privacy. This issue of privacy, Twitter recently, as a policy now that you can't post a video that's a nonconsensual recording, which is an absurd argument if you think about it because we believe the video camera, the hidden camera is an extension of the pencil and paper. It's more accurate depiction of a conversation that you're having with someone. So these are really nuanced issues and we've never lost a lawsuit. There's another chapter in this book called litigation, talks about the discovery process of a lawsuit. We sued The New York Times for defamation, got past motion to dismiss this past year and The New York Times admitted in court. They got the facts wrong, but they still would not correct the article. So oftentimes you have this dynamic where they are afraid of discovery. They are afraid of transparency. We the people do have to behave so ethically that we have to behave like we're always being watched and we that's our cross to bear. And that is our responsibility. This book talks about that
James O'Keefe Tells Us About Himself and His New Book 'American Muckraker'
"To get someone whom I have admired for a long time, a young man named James O'Keefe, you may know him from project veritas, extraordinary citizen journalism, James O'Keefe, my friend, a joy to see you and to have you on the program and congratulations on the book, American muckraker. Thank you, Eric. I'm excited to talk to you about philosophy and ethics and all these themes that are inherent in this. All that highbrow garbage, I don't you know I've moved on. I became a Trump supporter. I kicked all that intellectual, you know, gravity to the curb. Now I'm just a man of the people. In all seriousness, we have a lot to talk about. But I want for people tuning into this program who maybe haven't followed you, you haven't published a book before. So I'm excited because I want people to know you and I want people to buy your book. It's called American muckraker, tongue in cheek. But just tell us a little bit about yourself for people who aren't familiar with James O'Keeffe. Well, I haven't published a book like this before. I am a journalist. I've been doing this for about almost 1819 years since I was in college and I run an organization called project veritas Latin for truth. And we go undercover, we expose what's going on. We believe that the media is broken and I think what motivates people like me and the people I work with is a sense of justice. Maybe you could call it a justice complex that things out there are not what they seem and rarely as they ought to be. And reality is not really described accurately by journalists. In fact, media organizations seem to be in harmony with the people they're supposed to be investigating as evidenced by this recent thing that happened with me with the FBI and The New York Times and Pfizer, pharmaceutical. So we, the outsiders need to do something about it, our tagline is be brave, do something. We do a combination of undercover work and whistleblowing, take people from the inside and give them cameras to expose what's going on. Most recently last week we did a story on darpa, the Defense Department had documents, literally Pentagon papers, showing that Anthony Fauci may have lied under oath. So this is what we do. We've been doing it for a while and this book is about the struggle to sacrifice the ethics the privacy of the deception. Everything inherent in this form of journalism which used to happen a 150 years ago, and now it seems to have gone the way the dinosaurs. Well,
Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath
"James, I want to ask you, you also exposed this story. I think last week, doctor Robert Malone and Naomi wolf say that this is bigger than The Pentagon papers. So it's potentially civilizational altering stuff. The story has multiple parts, one with darpa, and then one with potential suppression of early treatments. There's a mention of the trusted truth initiative. James, can you kind of update our audience on this story? So these were documents that, again, were transmitted to us from a source. I wonder if the FBI will raid me again that you're starting to certainly sense a pattern here. It's absurd. I won't tell you who the source is, but we received documents from inside the Department of Defense, specifically darpa, defense advanced research projects agency in Arlington, Virginia, which is a division of the Department of Defense, and these documents were authored by a major in the United States Marine Corps who was a fellow at darpa. So effectively they're sort of Pentagon papers that we've broken last week. And the documents state that eco health alliance, this group approached darpa in the Department of Defense for a gain of function research on COVID born coronaviruses in March of 2018. The Defense Department rejected this proposal on the grounds it was too risky. It was too dangerous. So our department defense thought, no, now that we can't proceed with this research for obvious reasons, it was lead to, I don't know, a pandemic or something. And then the Marine Corps major writes in this document, but Anthony Fauci, as head of naid, a proceeded with this research. So the Marine Corps statements, obviously a credible source here inside darpa, would seem to indicate that Doctor Fauci live under oath. Now Charlie, we break the documents and the very next morning Fauci is being questioned by senator Marshall and Fauci does address project veritas mentions us by name, authenticates the documents, but calls into question the credibility of this report and the Marine Corps guy who wrote it. And I believe Fauci is playing semantic games because obviously there were two separate proposals here. Fauci didn't see the precise identical proposal that eco health alliance approached darpa with, it was a different one, but fascinating stuff. And I think that there'll be more whistleblowers and documents coming out as a result of this exposure.
The FBI, Pfizer, and Deep State-Pharma Collusion with James O' Keefe
"So James, I want to ask you about the story that broke yesterday. You guys have a tendency to break news very late in the evening. I'm sure there is a science to it or there's a reason to it. And it says DoJ documents obtained by judicial watch, Tom fitton, great guy, confirms existence of communications between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Pfizer about your organization project veritas tell us about this James. That's right. Tom fitton that judicial watch, who's a friend of mine, he issued a foia request into the Department of Justice for all communications between The New York Times and the DoJ and Pfizer pharmaceutical and DoJ. And shockingly, a document which was came back from the Department of Justice FBI indicating they do indeed have communications between the FBI and Pfizer regarding communications regarding project veritas and myself. So we released these documents last night. I made a video about it. And the question is, why on earth is Pfizer pharmaceutical talking to the FBI about journalists or journalism, Charlie? And further, you know, the CEO of Pfizer had made a statement back in November. I think it was November 9th, where he said that he has been talking to the FBI about disinformation and dark, dark groups. He's clearly referring to groups like project veritas, even though we're not dark, where the opposite of dark. And also we to Charlie remember, we did two stories about Pfizer, one whistleblower within Pfizer Melissa mcatee and emails showing that they were hiding information. Those were the vice president of Pfizer's words, not mine, and also a scientist within Pfizer saying antibodies are stronger than their own vaccine. So I reported on this as journalists do or are supposed to do. And now we come to find out that the FBI is talking to Pfizer about
Golden State Warriors Co-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Says Chinese Uyghurs Are 'Below [His] Line'
"Hamas palapa if that is his name nobody cares about the Chinese communists murdering all these Uighurs But I have more to add to that Cut 16 mister producer go Nobody cares about what's happening to the weekers okay You bring it up because you really care And I think the rest of us don't care I'm just very hard You're saying you're so you don't care I'm telling you a very hard ugly truth okay Of all the things that I care about yes it is below my line Okay Of all the things that I care about it is below my line The NBA but of course he doesn't speak for the Golden State order said the Golden State wars well who does LeBron James Who
Romney: Biden Was Elected 'to Stop the Crazy' Not 'Transform America'
"This. I normally wouldn't play a fierce never Trump hater like Mitt Romney on this show. But I must. Well, there's no question, but to the nation is severely divided. President Biden said he was going to try and unite the country, obviously, as you pointed out in the last segment, his comments in Georgia did not suggest he's trying to pull us back together again. He's got to recognize that when he was elected. People are not looking for him to transform America. They were looking to get back to normal to stop the crazy. And it seems like we're continuing to see the kinds of policy and promotions that are not accepted by the American people. Look, James carville just said that, you know, he's had a bad week, but not a bad year. No, no, as a matter of fact, he's had a bad year. He's had 52 weeks a bad week. I mean, people are 7% poorer now because of Biden inflation. Now, I don't want to turn this into a let's bash Mitt Romney show. I just don't. We got other things to cover. But I have to observe it's got to be very difficult to go on national television and trash the president that you advocated for. Mitt Romney supported Joe Biden, de facto. There's no way around it. You had a choice in November of 2020. Reelecting Donald Trump or electing Joe Biden and Mitt Romney made it very clear that he wanted Biden. These never trumpers are the Democrats best friend. There's media organizations that are comprised of never trumpers. There's a whole slew of people who are now making a living, has never Trump Republicans on liberal platforms, it's got to be real awkward to criticize Joe Biden wouldn't you think? And when Mitt Romney says people went to the polls to stop the crazy. Of course, clearly inferring that he thinks the Trump years were crazy. Yeah, nothing, nothing, nothing like nothing screams crazy like historic unemployment, GDP numbers solid, border security, strength of the military, pro law enforcement, pro Law & Order. Yeah, that's crazy.
How Did Paul Pelosi Jr. Miss His Business Partners' Criminal Past?
"In 2009 Pelosi junior was recruited to be president and an environmental investment company called natural blue resources The firm was ostensibly formed to find and use new underground aquifers in New Mexico But an SEC investigation found the company was in fact secretly controlled by two convicted criminals Who use Pelosi junior and others as a front to let them personally profit from the company without disclosing their past According to charges filed in 2014 Pelosi junior was recruited to create the firm along with former New Mexico governor and attorney general Tony anaz by the two consultants so called James Cohen and Joseph karasi Cohen had previously been jailed for financial fraud Had been charged with breaking federal securities laws and was permanently barred from acting as an officer of a public company Let me ask you a question Your Pelosi junior you recruited by these guys Don't you do a minimal amount of vetting like Google the names of these guys and then you can find out their criminal pass right mister producer How hard is that to do
Gilgeous-Alexander, Dort lead Thunder past Nets, 130-109
"The the nets nets lost lost for for the the sixth sixth time time in in their their last last seven seven home home games games absorbing absorbing the the one one thirty thirty one one oh oh nine nine defeat defeat against against the the thunder thunder J. J. gill gill just just Alexander Alexander delivered delivered thirty thirty three three points points ten ten rebounds rebounds and and nine nine assists assists for for the the thunder thunder he he scored scored twelve twelve straight straight points points to to give give Oklahoma Oklahoma City City a a twenty twenty one one eleven eleven lead lead coach coach admitted admitted a a few few days days ago ago that that there there was was to to boost boost start start games games the the worst worst movie movie ever ever one one of of the the worst worst use use of of the the star star games games and and I I kind kind of of took took that that personally personally kind kind of of being being a a leader leader I I want want to to go go to to a a good good start start rookie rookie Josh Josh Getty Getty provided provided nineteen nineteen points points to to the the thunder's thunder's first first win win in in six six games games the the nets nets were were without without Kevin Kevin Durant Durant and and Kyrie Kyrie Irving Irving as as they they fell fell to to eleven eleven and and eleven eleven in in Brooklyn Brooklyn James James harden harden carried carried the the nets nets with with twenty twenty six six points points nine nine assists assists and and seven seven boards boards rookie rookie camp camp Thomas Thomas had had twenty twenty one one points points off off the the bench bench in in the the loss loss I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Project Veritas Attorney Harmeet Dhillon: FBI Raid of James O'Keefe Home 'Truly Chilling and Shocking'
"With us now is somebody who can cover a variety of different issues and topics. She's also one of the good people involved in the RNC and is also doing a great job representing James O'Keefe amongst many others. Harmeet Dillon, you've probably seen her on television, she does a wonderful job harme. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks. Happy to be here with you today, Charlie. All right, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Let's just start with the James O'Keefe story. He's been in the news last couple days. If I'm not mistaken, you are representing project veritas with the raid that occurred of his apartment. What is the latest with that situation? Well, the latest is that they're kind of two parallel things happening. There's a situation happening with The New York Times where The New York Times is being sued by project veritas and The New York Times is actually been publishing confidential information of project veritas. Separately, that raved it occur. It's been in the news, as you know. And I'm not at liberty to go into all of the details there, but what I will say is that I think that the overall the situation of the United States Department of Justice using its awesome power to raid a journalist's home at 6 a.m. in the morning without probable cause without due process and violation of the First Amendment, the privacy protection act, which is a federal statute. And United States Department of Justice guidelines passed by this very attorney general. I think it is truly chilling and shocking. It's something that should disturb every American journalist in every American citizen. And I am proud to be part of the team that's helping to expose what the DoJ is doing in coordination with liberal allies in the media and the
Durant, Harden lead Nets to 138-112 romp over Bulls
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2-year-old was youngest victim of Bronx apartment fire, officials say
"The the victims victims of of the the deadly deadly Bronx Bronx fire fire including including its its youngest youngest a a two two year year old old will will remember remember Tuesday Tuesday night night at at a a community community vigil vigil officials officials say say eight eight children children and and nine nine adults adults were were killed killed after after a a malfunctioning malfunctioning space space heaters heaters set set off off a a fire fire and and the the apartment apartment door door was was left left open open leading leading to to deadly deadly smoke smoke filled filled the the building building Bronx Bronx resident resident Vanessa Vanessa Riddick Riddick who who brave brave the the cold cold to to attend attend the the vigil vigil says says it's it's heartbreaking heartbreaking well well every every day day whether whether I I know know them them by by name name or or not not you you know know these these their their family family several several families families suffering suffering multiple multiple deaths deaths many many of of the the victims victims immigrants immigrants from from the the same same area area of of Gambia Gambia New New York York state state Attorney Attorney General General tish tish James James there's there's a a lot lot of of lessons lessons to to be be learned learned
Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'
"Our government in a variety of different roles. You were a partner with Devin Nunes in uncovering and masking. And later, I want to ask you about our friend Durham and how that entire project is progressing in your opinion. But I just want to ask you kind of more broadly, can you talk about the threats that the United States security state, the whole security apparatus poses against either conservative Americans or Christian Americans or what would be considered disagreeable political opinions and tie that together with what you uncovered in the Russia investigation with Donald Trump and how they entrap Donald Trump and they use the fisa court surveillance. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, that's a great question. Look, it's all interconnected as you were alluding to right there. Basically, the sum and substance is what we are seeing as the politicization of the national security apparatus in the United States. The one apparatus that is supposed to be a political. The one apparatus from Donald Trump came in and said to me, when I was running his counter terrorism programs or was his deputy director of national intelligence or later over at DoD, was this is what we're doing. We're going to end the forever wars. We're going to wipe out Al-Qaeda senior leadership. We're going to kill the emirs of ISIS. Take out Soleimani, return American hostages, seal our southern border, prohibit Chinese fentanyl and opioids from pouring in and killing our youth. These are things that are apolitical and that you would think all Americans would want especially Americans who have children would want for their youth. And when Donald Trump got elected, that narrative got blown up. And it started with the Russia gate narrative, which I was fortunate enough to be the chief investigator on for chairman Nunes who wrote the Nunes memo. We wrote a report. We basically showed the largest criminal enterprise perpetuated by the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign and intentionally faulty actors and Andrew mccabe and James Comey and clapper over in the FBI and IC to go to an intelligence court and say lying to an intelligence court just to surveil their opponent because they didn't like the guy. That trend,
Someone Must Be Held Accountable for America's Coronavirus Deaths
"Nothing is to be preferred before justice. Socrates famously said, which, in some ways, was ironic a man who was wrongly killed because he was trying to educate the youth about justice. A crime has been committed. A crime against humanity over 850,900 thousand people have died. Because of the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, not to mention the multi $1 trillion wealth transfer and the complete changing of our civilization as we know it. And someone or some group or some people must be held accountable for that. And that person who has been the architect the designer behind all of this is on Capitol Hill today. Now Anthony Fauci did a very poor job ending the virus, but he did a great job starting it because he was the one behind the gain of function research. And bob shell knew documents from project veritas run by my friend James O'Keefe show that there was a pitch that was done to darpa, which is an organization run by the Department of Defense to fund potential projects. It was called project defuse. Done by the eco health alliance by doctor Peter Daszak. We've talked about dasik before. This was all about trying to fund gain of function research in Mainland China. It mentions Yunnan China and it says that bat SARS CoV-2 viruses exist that can infect human cells, produce SARS like illness and humanized mice, and are not affected by monoclonal or vaccine treatment. Peter Daszak continued by saying this is back in 2018, new bombshell documents. Bat SARS CoV-2 host jump into the human populations is frequent. These viruses therefore are clear and present danger to U.S. defense forces in the region and global health security. So here was a little bit of a pitch. Basically, Peter Daszak was saying, hey, if you don't give my company $14.2 million to go to China or go somewhere to develop this gain of function research, then China might use this sort of virus against
With Harden out, Trail Blazers down the Nets 114-108
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"james o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"They were seeing use churches or whatever but the the problem is you can criticize all that and you can be absolutely right but then then what then what do you say you know where where are we. Where does it leave us in that. That's when it gets confusing. And that's what fascinated me is. I thought but hitchens and undockings. They just take potshots at all the stuff they don't like but they're logical conclusions. Strike me as obviously preposterous. They they don't they don't really get anywhere they just criticize and they think that's enough. That's all i needed to do. we're going to go to a break Final segment with james lindsay. The book is cynical. Eureka listen talking to james lindsay. The author of cynical theories activist. Scholarship made everything about race gender and identity and james. I was saying that You know you're talking about math but you You know or that. Rare mathematician who can write about ideas. You don't just do. Matthew philosophize about about math ideas When did that start for you. When did you leave. You know pure math. Say i want out. I'm interested in writing about ideas ideas. The interest started before. I got into math so i was that way as a teenager. I wanted to dig into the roots. I wanted to study all the world philosophies and religions and learn what people thought and how ideas developed so that interest was already there. That foundation came with me into mathematics. And then like. I said i left the university after watching this shift towards student retention. I didn't want to be a part of that. I left university in two thousand ten. And i still wanted to engage with ideas though so i still wanted to get involved in to discuss and debate and to right into thinking to read. And so that sorta shift and without having an it's very difficult without having a institutional culture around you to do a subject like math which is really hard. Unique other mathematicians thinking about math around you saying math things around you pointing you in the direction of saying math things around you a guidroz number. No that's more of a physical more. Like i think chevy chef polynomial might apply to this problem in a way that you never thought about before he gives in height. So you What are you doing these days. Since you've left the academy officially what are you doing. I created a company called new discourses. New discourses has a website called new discourses dot com. And what i do. Is i study critical. Theory as far back and in his deep as much as i can and i tried to explain to the world where it came from what it is how it thinks including critical race theory most prominently right now and probably the most adapts for these queer theory gender theory the fat studies. We laughed about earlier. Like where do these things come from. Actually go read the primary sources. And then i understand them and i report on them. That's what i do all day long every day and the fact that you read the primary sources. That's i just wanna take my hat off to you. Because i don't think i get get past the first paragraph without dying the abyss shit. Yeah it is. It is the best. So you're still in tennessee. I still been telling people wanna find you online bingo new discourses dot com or they can follow me on social media at conceptual. James conceptual james So it's your. I mean you publish a journal what it what is what is the new discourses has articles has videos and it has mostly right. Now a podcast. I do podcast. Episodes about as fast as i can. Put out a lot of what i do on it. Lately is read the primary sources while interpret them for you. Like harbor. Marquesses neo-marxism from the sixties. I just read his essays and then this is what he's saying. This is what it means. This is what the words mean. When he says democracy this is what he means communism you it is really kind of funny. I would think that because you're doing this that you would have some kind of a cult following in the academy that there are grad students And and professors and associate professors since his presence around the country. Who are thinking this stuff. But they don't have an outlet or they don't know where to go and i would literally just met one before i came over to the table. Literally one came up to me and was like you know. I'm a grad student. Thank you so so they have to be out there. Because not all grad students are insane or fake woke or whatever it is they they really are reality based and they think. Gosh i've got live in this world so your voice of sanity in reason in the midst of that madness So i would think that you would. You would be increasingly popular over time because there's just a lot of these folks out there so when did you start a new discourses We started in february. Twenty twenty okay. So yeah you guys are pretty new. Yes so i'm just thinking that Folks if you if you know anybody in the so-called academy in the university system Let them know about new. Discourse and about james lindsay. James just a joy to get to meet you. Thank you for what you do and thanks for your time. Very pleased to give me some bad..
"james o" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Evidence of the created identity. Did not it appears. Alert of folks at princeton. Good buck princeton. I'm glad that they should be able to figure that shit out. Obvious make you all got like an eight jillion dollar endowment. You can't make two phone calls artists here in europe. Fire your fucking registrar man. James ended up pleading guilty to theft. Who was sentenced to one to five years in prison. A sense which would be a total bummer. Since he had if you'll recall just been accepted at princeton as alexi santana no trouble james simply requested a deferred admission to princeton his mother. You see ailing. European artists was dying in switzerland and he needed to be at her side. Feels like an obvious larceny. Eager to keep their cross country. Cowboys scholar allowed to ferment. Yeah my mom's like at least sick. She's going to be sick for like one to five years. Unless i say good news she might die early for the term deferment. I will be wearing princeton. Orange the whole time to stay ready loyalty tiger so joe served as year and upon his release made his way very happily to his new digs at princeton while the princeton ran for the track team of course but actually sustained an injury fairly early on and being the second time in his college career. Nothing to really get excited about still. He made the best of his time since his backstory made. No fucking citing. Sorry this running. It's none of this process or other sports really. It did make the best use of his time since his backstory made no sense he adopted a studiously aloof and taciturn persona among his classmates neither friendly nor particularly ornery. He was quiet and mysterious and rumors about who he was circulated with. No real help from alexi soon. I love this. Alexi was hosting very exclusive and very private wine and cheese parties in his room not allowing any other men to attend and this earned him. The nickname sexy alexia actually did that too. When i was in college it was drugs and cheese. And i was chung. not women. Were allowed either rule if we wanted to chose not to have them the coke coke i applied in jewish. Oh jeez if you know it's escape. It is staying in the preferred okay. James also didn't feel overly compelled to study well it princeton though we did earn all as in all of his classes taking six or seven at a time any openly mocked and belittled the efforts of those who had already been through college twice before this saying they baby you here at princeton. He wasn't there he said to learn he was only there to find. A wife is mysterious. Demeanour and celebrity backstory earned admission to the ultra elite eating club. The ivy club in short this third college experience and second complete self fabrication was to this point going great. I'm sorry sorry thom. There are college eating clubs the one school sport i would have killed it in. Tell me or you're jewish. This was not available. You go to kosher restaurants if there was one these raw jokes i moved. I'm doing eli. We're josh each saturday. Not that close attacking. Doing persona of somebody who's antisemitic. Like at princeton their mascot comes out for the jewish eating club. He's a big condition boyko my minority mascot guys just let me half the leftover and everyone. Yeah but things were going great until he was again outed his downfall coming from the track again. One of the students who had known him from his brief stint palo alto high was now herself a student at princeton was watching a track meet went to a complete shock. She saw james hoge who she had known. As j huntsman playing chase alexia said just trotting on by. She immediately called her high school track coach. Who called the reporter. Who broke the story from his at the high school who in turn called princeton. Yeah this is also the year. They purged all those people that lied and really didn't find all that volunteer work in high school moving rewarding the sat's princeton was not at all amused. They had been bamboozled and they weren't going to take it lying down so they had. James aka alexi arrested while he was sitting in his geology class. Like the cops in suits just walked up to him seriously in the middle of geology. Three sixteen retinas rights and hurt him out the door. Did they take him to the rock jail geology class so as the rock right diesel johnson. Grow a guy you've got you. He was charged with theft by deception and three counts of forgery. James hogan admitted everything without compunction or remorse saying only that he had wanted to start over without the burdens of his past. Cops are just like. Oh you're just you're just going to confess okay. Well i guess. We don't need a bad cop and mary he can fast. You can just come in by offy. Thing e confessed one of james's professors from princeton. Took pity on james and he visited him several times while he was in jail. This professor believes that james had made a mistake but he hasn't really done anything that egregious. He had been at most careless about the consequences of his actions. When james made bail. This professor james relocate cambridge massachusetts. James took classes at harvard extension school. Eventually james was given a second chance earning a job. Working part time cataloging. The university is collection of precious metals and gems. Sounds like he's going to steal. Those.
"james o" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Really specific go ahead is important for the story that princeton tells itself and indeed. The story to princeton tells the world is different when interviewed about who the ideal applicant to princeton. Would be the admissions director. Said huck finn us. Yeah i know. This answer was notable because it revealed at princeton believed at least narrative if not numerically that the ideal candidate for princeton wasn't the clean cut tom sawyer. But rather the ragging yet determined self made man stated so fucking talk fin. They wanted to be the main man. Typical halsell made adult men finn. They wanted to be the institution that accepted the boy who learned about the world floating down the river taking life on its own terms. At least they were selling. Were such about hat. learn about. it's fine it's fine reality. Was that if you actually looked at who they accept it and broke it down. Demographically princeton was admitting a hell of a lot more tom sawyer with trust funds than they were huddled things oh and they also disproportionately favored students from schools and nevada montana and wyoming when they were done filling their legacy spots of course because no shed they could be well assured that those students would be white but would not in fact you by someone from new jersey preferred people who dropped bombs. It wasn't a jew. This is the least surprising part of the story. So by the way you know who else was at princeton in one thousand nine hundred ninety two besides huck fucking fan. Apparently who else was there. Ted cruz where they wanted to prince literally class of ninety two. I just feel like they really need to reread. Huck finn thank you. Thank saying right here. We want crime solving detectives for our law school scout from to kill a mockingbird. She did great right. Who radley better books. James hoge new all of us and so we carefully crafted his new persona alexi. Santana alexi was a self made man from wyoming. He had gone to high school like the fat cat. Kids alexi had grown up living and working on the lazy t ranch in wyoming roaming the thousand miles of open country with his horse. Study enough as sounds like a bunch of made up details in that one sentence there under the stars. Alexi taught himself reading plato by the light of the campfire. Is this real shit. He wrote hours eventually taking up running as a way to pass the time princeton for their part they were primed in every way to believe this story and is bonkers as it. was it. Solve the problem of not having any transcripts james as alexi santana took the sat's and admittedly he scored a fourteen thirty. Wow which is more than high enough to qualify for any school and he sent in his applic- okay but we all cheated on the sat's though right we all did that. No i did not know on either again. Not i also didn't stop confessing to somehow being less likable than you already are. Eli stop you are stopping reporting this to the. Don't you call them so partisan jump at nyu. This is. Why shush princeton jumped all over this application. Everything about the story of alexi santana was everything they need. It here was a student who fit their bullshit story. A student who could act as a token to principles that would allow them to maintain the fiction of their meritocracy. Alexi was swiftly flown to princeton to tour the school and of course meet the running coach. A man named larry. Ellis larry. this is alexi. His dad is a lion and he lives in a war. Anyplace real water. This is him on a horse next to the border okay. Horse should've just done polo polo picture. He yelled marco before. You just do brian going badly. Larry's a little skeptical about the story. Here's some kid from out of nowhere. His father dead is mother. A european artist himself taught not just as an outstanding student with impressive. Sat scores but also self coached as a runner. I mean if this was true this would be one of the most remarkable stories ever told anyone to have a helluva honor and coaching this kid. Okay but self coached as a run. I run around. I'm an auto didactic runner. Nothing now larry. As a senior member of the tracked him to meet with alexi and run with him. Instructing him quote i want you to run his heart as you possibly can every day the entire time. He's here and i want you to come back monday and reports me exactly what you think. Okay coach back. So you know mustard condiment. Alexi could not be beaten reporting back about alexia soon recalled quote. I couldn't crop them. Couldn't really even tire him out. The guys for real and quote impressed by his scores. His story and his running ability brinson accepted alexi santana to its freshman class and offered him extremely generous twenty two thousand dollars scholarship james hogan. Just reinvented himself again. One minor problem soon. After receiving his acceptance letter and scholarship offer james was arrested before inventing the character of alexi santana. James hoge had been working for a time for a bicycle. Builder named dave tash. Dave cash built custom bicycles. When you bought one it was a tash. Tasha's stuff said tash right on it. This will be important. One fine day. Dave arrived at his shop to discover that someone had broken in and stolen about twenty thousand dollars worth of bikes and parts and tools. Since the custom bike market and california was at that time. I guess extremely small and even more competitive dave and the police figure that the robbery had been committed by a rival bike shop owner. Yeah man shady bike shops always trying to paddle stolen goods paddle spelled. It was actually very good. That'll but it wasn't a rival bike shop owner as you might surmise thief was james and he was eventually suspected because he openly use tools. That had the name tash written on the goddamn tools causing someone familiar with the robbery to report him. This led the police to a storage locker. Which when they open it was not only full of all of dave tests shit but also had clearly been someone's home it was james's home i've been inside. He's crazy undecorated. Single guy apartment. I get it okay. It it's decorated. I have chairs for example today. Come with place so it's irrelevant. Whether i have chairs is really decorated. Foles eating as always chair. You could restaurant. There's bag wouldn't say you fold make sense. Wouldn't the word for that stupid doesn't make sense with the locker also contain a bunch of weird shit that made the detective working. The case. curious among the stolen goods and sleeping bag were a series of trophies and dr newspaper clippings all the necessary rudiments. That james have been using to fabricate the backstory for alexi santana and. It was also obvious that james have been using this fake identity apply not just a princeton but also to stanford and brown. The detective will work. The stolen goods case new found the.
"james o" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Is late. December nine hundred fifty. Five jimmy's in his new. La house of white bearskin rug on the floor. The dishes bongos records bullfight posters on the wall. He's still nine twelve bags under his eyes. Girls and boys wasting late for him but it speed thus him again speed that he loves his back at the garbage in hollywood visit. German mechanic their cooled. Roaf catterick isn't the spider ready for a weekend of racing mechanic. Has an idea says this call needs more miles jimmy. You need more seat time. Let's drive a friends there to see them off puts his arm around. Jimmy shoulder says be careful because the bom so the head of grab coffee and donuts and drive. Move driving fast. Always i at offering the afternoon. They stopped by a highway police patrol given a ticket for speeding. They say sorry keep going. They stopped for drinks near bakersfield meets. A couple of other drivers had ignored race boast about how they've been hitting a hundred and fifty miles an hour. The other driver nord says. Be careful of the 'cause turning in front of you the spiders hall to see the color of it. How low it is jimmy. Shrugs pulls on his red wind cheetah races away without putting seatbelt on late afternoon. Now the sun setting low there on route four six six jimmy driving roaf in the passenger seat. The racing of apollo parks accelerating down the long descent. They can't see it but there's another car ahead. A black and yellow ford is driver is a twenty three year. old student. Turns left directly into the path of the spider too late to see it too late for anyone to swerve break. Here's what witnesses the spider smashing head on into the ford wheeling two or three times landing in a gully beyond the hard shoulder who rick. The mechanic has been thrown clear. He's lying crumpled on the road. Broken jaw broken hip broken. Fema the other driver. The student bruises and bloody nose. Jimmy still in the car trapped in the mangled cockpit. His neck is broken both shattered his body crushed. No breath no sign of life. They take them to hospitals together. Jimmy and his mechanic. It's twenty eight miles away. But they know everyone who's seen it knows just before off. Six james dean is pronounced that people talk about a curse afterwards the car the film's mechanic lives but dies in another call crash later. Salma neo from rebel without a cause is stabbed death aged thirty seven natalie. Wood dies in a both accidents at forty three and everyone thinks about jimmy. How he's coughing is kept closed at the.
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"It's like I. Don't be afraid to say you're a certain political like what side you're on or what religion you believe in the end let's let's. Talk about and be ourselves identifies wave we want to exactly in in that not be the the whole total encompassing of you as an individual won't be that one fact about you. You know and You know I think if people just started doing that if people start stopped. Stopped stopping at the first question then maybe we'd have yeah, because it is it's like, Oh, ask that question don't ask that question because you know it's just GonNa lead you to do I Do are we the same We'll see that that's where I'm like I love asking those questions because it does. I. Think you have to be yet to be willing to have the hard conversation is so I, it is hard for a lot of people because it becomes comfortable but I loved the question like what what, where do you stand but I don't care I don't want you to tell me you're a Democrat you're Republican. You're this or that. I don't WanNA label. I WanNa know what you think right and I think it's interesting because even in even because if you take a hundred Democrats you take one hundred Republicans and you you ask them like really crazy like like in-depth questions like we'll tell me tell me what you're worried about on a day to day basis. Not I'm not talking about solving the world's problems on on a political spectrum. Wait on a day-to-day basis what he worry about why we're about paying my rent worry about my kids being safe I, worry about having good quality food for the family whatever it is right they worry about my job you know disappearing these are things that on both sides of the aisles people agree on more often than they don't. So. Anyway. I. Think we were supposed to end and then we didn't. So I'm, GonNa. You you good. Okay. Thanks, this is fun. Love it back..
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"Are in a better position and he's able to work a little bit easier because he's worried about where he's asleep that night. So then there's more people in the workforce and much more money in the economy all of its are all right in so they're. Like. There's this idea that if you if you want to have any type of a social safety net, you're communists and if you if you WANNA have anything tight like personal property or entrepreneurship as as a as a way of inspiring people then you're you know all right or your you know insensitive capitalistic pig or whatever. It's no, it's like everybody's. Just, everybody's just in the middle. As. Long as we can be defended people who say your ideas are so you're the most extreme different than me and the hardly curly on any of these topics. But Hey, we're having lunch together in. It's all good. Thing were it's so hard right now. We're feels like things are so different right now like there's this thing here's this thing in the air you know we can't talk to people who used to be able to talk to about our political believes because if it's that different, then how how can we be friends and it's like well, as long as I understand where you come from and as long as I can say, oh They chose this route but that makes sense to me into them in it's Okay Right. Yeah exactly and I think you know when you talk about earlier, you know hopefully, this is going to lead to a better spot place where people just don't say hateful shit all the time for. The good of the extreme my fears that we're going to go in the other direction where you can't have hard conversations because nobody wants to be uncomfortable. And and if that's the case we're never going to grow. We're never going to come together as a nation right I mean this this this the stuff that we're watching over the last several months, my God it's it's a great example of that because whether you talk about the black lives matter or the masks or the.
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"But when you have something that is widespread and slow moving which viruses as an example, that type of mentality isn't necessarily the best because this isn't something that you just yell at K. I'll charge for let's and I think that's what we saw a lot of in the beginning where like. Everything Down Right. We have this immediate like everybody's everybody's closed off and then we go. Well, what about like food and Shit? Okay everybody. But the food people are shut down like Walmart you can go to I guess. It was and they had to keep kind of backpedaling and so it's like that's that's the problem. If you only think kind of this in this reactionary way of you know if you don't put any time into thinking through, is this like is this a logical way to approach this situation? Yeah. You know and and so many people they don't. They just don't WanNa take the time to. To put in the thought I think. That to me chiming about responsibility that is a responsibility that every single one of us has that you hardly see. In a day to day situation like if you ask them on what their thoughts on about any relevant topic, how much do you actually know how much did you actually look into this thing that you're so upset about or your so happy about you're so passionate about you don't fucking no. Idea what you're talking about. You know like, isn't it? You don't you feel the the motivation to just be aware. I know it sucks. I know. Sometimes you go onto your. Favorite. newspaper website or your Yahoo Dot com or whatever the fuck and your noise 'cause. It's because you hear a lot of negative shit in your noise but isn't there just out like. That feeling of comfort in being aware that feeling of. Maybe only got one side or maybe this story sucks but I know what the fuck is going on. I do. But I can honestly say that based on the conversations I've had with other people. No that is not a common. It's not at all And what's crazy is like I've had those like. One example that I gave that that that I'll give is I, I asked somebody. In a very honest way because I was like look. You Know I..
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"It's not that societal. You're getting your time. Clock is hurry up Y-. Yeah. You better have that baby you'd better by that house. Close. There you've found one keep them exotic. Yeah exactly. It's. It's this idea of you need to embrace this idea of what being an adult is and it is mostly miserable which to me comes right back around to I understand why you feel attacked I, understand why you feel misunderstood. This generate these generations don't understand you and you don't understand us. You know I under I get that I get that it's scary that your children are choosing complete. Instability. Instead of you should've. You should double down on that and kept that the way that we all did. Yeah. Scary. It is scary. Yeah. It's interesting because it's like, where's your value lie and if you value the moment, the part of your life that you're actually guaranteed to have, which is the part you're in. This moment is all you're guaranteed. So you have to make a choice like do I enjoy as many of those moments as I can. Versus do I prepare for some distant future that hopefully will get here when I retire or I can do whatever and I wonder if part of that is tied to religion and if you think about. Again you know generational, a lot of our parents grew up. Much more religious than our generation, right? And the idea, the whole idea behind at least. Like. The Christian Judeo Religion and and this idea that your whole life is just a test for the afterlife rights whether you have a good one or a bad one. All depends on this little test that is life. So there's no value in enjoying life for itself. It's all for the future and see that kind of play into these things that we see in the last several decades where we're destroying our rainforest and we're. Having all these really shortsighted views of things like. Well, that's not GonNa Affect me..
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"Disagree NIA now I, don't I don't. I don't know I'm kind of one of those people that gets really affected by words though I will I will be very upfront. Words can change my fucking day because I rely on words and way that I feel like other people don't. I'm the person in I'll talk to myself. I have to get my affirmations every day I have to I'm the same person who's like I'm a bad ass today I'm a bad ass and I'm gonNA. Do a bad ass staying and watch me four and I tell myself that conversation before I do anything that I need to feel validated in or whatever. You know like words mean a lot today I'm going to to find. A really cool exercise jammed gonNA find that one thing that yesterday dim bring me as much joy to the like I rely heavily. So when somebody says something to me that I'm already. I'm already trigger a bull on. Yeah could affect me doesn't matter. It's just it's just be might. Be Conscious of what you're saying why bring somebody else's vibe down weibring somebody else's positively down. We Wanna live in a world where everybody's high everybody's feeling high everybody's high on life right? Why? Why Ruin Somebody's Day? I get that when you're talking about intentional intentionally going out of their way to be mean rap. I get that I agree with that I think that's that's you just being an asshole to inflict. Mental harm on somebody for whatever reason to cause some distress. But I guess what I meant is more this This idea that even. Even beyond that like if I just say a general statement. I'm trying to think of an example light. Statement Yeah like like polarized. Religion for more. Yeah. Yeah. Like the perfect examples what we talked about a previous conversation where we were talking about trump right? Like just the mentioning of the word trout. Instantly, there are certain people who are like just by mentioning the name you've now ruined my day..
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"You're dressing in in the nines as it were right like you're dressing to impress. In. So you're dressing in a way that's going to draw attention. Can you really act shocked that you're getting it? I just want to like. Slap wear out abide reach. Like. We can't Roberson. Because the issue and it because it's so frustrating that so many people have that frame of mind. And essentially, all you can say as. An individual in that situation is yet you have to fucking take responsibility for yourself in order to have the comfort you WanNa have which isn't fair. It does fucking suck and two years ago. You asked me this hell no, this is your own responsibility. You should be mindful you're actions. You know if you did anything on towards me, that's on you motherfucker. But now having more time in the real world it's like if I want to go out and feel as comfortable as I can I have to be safe? So my friends and I have this thing that's like Hashtag that's not save in just it's a running joke that we have run ever we. Talk to each other we tell each other story of like. Okay. So the last week listen to the thing that I did and ninety nine percent of the story is not our fault or isn't Ana or is something out of our control even but the running joke is I that's not save. You know like you walked outside at night that's on safe. You know that Joe Mike No matter what you doing it how little of it fell on you? We have to be as we have to hold each other accountable for like as a group of independent females living the lives wanna live. However the fuck we wanna live them. Be As responsible as you can be as independent as you can't be as aware as you can. Be Take. Try as much as you can because you can't trust these not fuckers. Can Cause on this. I don't do shit. We're going to get bleeped out. Maybe, that'd be fun. We start doing bleeps. bleeps. The bleep podcast. I know I I'm a firm believer in the in the first amendment. It would. That's actually interesting because I said this is somebody the other day and they they totally admit it I said something like you know as a joke like, yeah a free speech advocate of don't hurt or something like that and they go. Yeah they go what about this and they give me like a really specific example of something means somebody said to them they're like that should hurt. Yes I'm obviously I'm. Say the them. Wise. Say That thank. Wrong yet you're wrong yet you're angry now i. Know that. But what's wrong? It's that words can hurt. But I think. So here's the difference though. I think words only hurt if you let them. Know like. Zygi if you want to, it's like just stop. Because that's totally in your control. No No. No I don't think I think that there's a level I think certain people are more susceptible to certain things because of their past history. I. Think That's obvious lake. I I hate to use the word triggered because I. think that's such a ridiculous word that we use. Now I am a ridiculous where but I feel like.
"james o" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining me on the second episode of candid conversations with James. Today's guest is a medical student and young lady living in Florida. We talk about everything from the perils of modern dating. How difficult it can be to have a political conversation with family how triggering trump can be, and we even touch on entrepreneurship at high. School. We go all over the place with this, but it's a lot of fun and provides a lot of interesting perspectives. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Not. Tell. Everybody who you are. Okay. Name is cat. You may not call me Catherine. Okay may not call you Catherine and understood what whatever So. I'll just wanted to start a I was telling you a minute ago. We had a conversation with Odell earlier about it was really weird how we don't even remember how we got into it exactly. But we had this conversation about A lot of different places but where it started was his experience with women in clubs dressing a certain way right and then I know I know this, I won't be opinion. I knew it. Raw Yes exactly but you weren't there at the time. So now I have to give you the context that you can tell us why he's wrong. But the idea was that he he's experienced a lot of women that where you approach them or whatever at the club in there dressed up and they're not they're looking at whatever, and then they're like, I don't want to be bothered by you right And in it's so we were we were kind of joking by the riffing in it's like it seems to be a lot of times the the the thing that makes the difference whether or not. This is a welcome advanced or an unwelcome advanced is the look of the guy. Right. So if it's the kind of guy you're looking for then these types of advances are welcomed but if it's not then all of a sudden,.
"james o" Discussed on Dead America
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"james o" Discussed on Dead America
"Sores while you laying there one day I was stared at the floor and I heard the door open a two guys come in and talk with me and told me they were from the college from where the got hurt injured and so after we got done talking now here's the only reason I. think it may have been him when they both. Her door shut. But then I heard the door open and heard someone say I'm sorry man and then the door shut. Well. That's that's a good thing when and if it was him. He realizes what he had done. Yeah. I really pray that. That's not the case that they're bragging like that either. When when somebody loses their life basically over? Nonsense that's just crazy going through that. I could never imagine living that long in your circumstance. How often do you have to move intern and do you have to have assistance with that? When Got Injured and they did all the tests. did X rays and then they did a monogram to check the spinal cord and they I told me that I would never walk again possibly not move from a nick down and actually the doctors advised my family, which then was my mom and brothers that. I would be too much of a burden for them to provide care and they need to just put them in a nursing on. Their again, when a laying on the ground of thinking jt, they could have bad in nineteen raid in Arizona and here is a doctor confining what? You know my my mom and brothers Oughta do and thankfully they didn't listen and listen and we were all hard headed and everything like that and so I got can move my arms I do push wheelchair can drive on vehicle getting out of bed shower and stuff like that but I do need some assistance sometimes. Addressed sometimes or to get into bed sometimes but they're you know it's not all the time and it's A. You Know Nice people that can that can help happy nate it but they wanna I got hurt. It didn't look too promising and Actually they didn't give me a real long time to they thought maybe I would live like fifteen twenty years. I, guess that was the going rate back then. Now, it's been thirty SNOOTY thirty seven years. That we're moving on in. My doctor tells me of course, my doctor tells me to quit saying is he didn't really say but I tell people doctor says other being overweight and Kate woke I'm ingratiate. Well I. Find that interesting that fact that you stated the doctors tried to tell your family to put you in a nursing home. I was on a show and she said the same thing it happened to her she has cerebral palsy. That's interesting..
"james o" Discussed on Dead America
"I. Tried three times to get up. So. I lifted my head. A cuss when I heard a pop I thought my right collarbone broken and I was one of them was in fact invincible all the time and so this guy here he was jumping up and down he tackled me and whatnot and I said you. Got Tapping you I'll show you because I figured out was left handed and I thought the right collarbone was broken nose left handed. Guy. Left. Handed and so I lift it up and nothing followed. No shoulders in follow the arms. Legs deadly didn't move. So I lay there and tried to Segi time to get up. And then I actually tried a third time thing three's a charm. And three wasn't a charm and I knew instantly I was paralyzed when I was twelve years old. I. Met a named J. JT in a nursing home. My grandfather was nursing on and he was about to two rooms before I got to my grandfather as a day to twelve or fourteen years old I remember going to go visit my grandfather one time and his guy haulers on his pays rooms. Hey, Budka Mir and I go into his room so he can you hold this. Water he hopes Cup of water signed get a drink and he was paralyzed from his neck down. And so his name Jay taste I stopped amid talk to him every now and again but once once I. Realized I was paralyzed instantly. All of a sudden it started thinking in my head is GonNa be ashamed that I'm nineteen years old and I'm going to be in a nursing home and so yeah, it was it was brought to Lifelike. Very. Quick. So. Were you angry at the person in? The, how did you get over that anger? I don't know if I was. Angry at him personally. Like again, I was college for two weeks so. If a guy was to come to me today in handshake me I'd never know it was him. I don't remember anything I don't know his name. The only thing that I remember about six months later I heard from some people than college that he was Kinda bragging about the hit and I hate I hope that's not true. Not that he's bragging but somehow. They brought up my name or something, and he's supposedly made a comment I remember the day when I knocked out of him and I hope that's wrong. that he didn't really. And I think I think he came to the hospital to see me. And the only reason I think it was him was I was Wisconsin striker frame head these boats and screws in my head and had wrote off fed hanging like ten pounds of weight off over to stretch my neck trying to vertebrae back in place. And owned a strike of frame delay. Two hours on your back you get stare at the wall and then they come in, they flip the strike of frame and then you lay an hour on your stomach. So it's helped prevent pressure.
"james o" Discussed on Dead America
"We are all dead American. We can all learn something. To learn. We must challenge what we already understand. The way we do that is through conversation. Sometimes. We have conversations with others. However Some of the best conversations happen. With ourselves Reach out in Challenger so. Let's dive in and learn something right now. and..
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"james o" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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