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Jim did a fantastic job last night on coasttocoastam in informing the listening audience of crucial aspects of the JFK assassination. The moderator said he could interview Jim for endless hours because of the latter's depth of knowledge. Here is a summary from the program's website:

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2017/05/14

 

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I am an avid listener to Coast to Coast AM. Have been for years.

I only listen to select interviews anymore though.

I listened to Jim Di last night also.

He represents the JFK research community so well and is of course the author of a well known and respected book on the subject as well as many informative essays, reviews and critiques.

I always enjoy listening to Mr. Di and reading his work.

Last night's interview of him was too short.

And same for you Doug Caddy.

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If this was 40 years ago, James would be an innovator.

If this were 25 years ago, James would be a leader.

But James' performance last Sunday, IMHO, was for beginners.   Nothing new.

James hasn't even kept up with the recent innovators like Bill Simpich.

(And was that my imagination, or was James actually yawning during his Sunday performance?)

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2 hours ago, Paul Trejo said:

If this was 40 years ago, James would be an innovator.

If this were 25 years ago, James would be a leader.

But James' performance last Sunday, IMHO, was for beginners.   Nothing new.

James hasn't even kept up with the recent innovators like Bill Simpich.

(And was that my imagination, or was James actually yawning during his Sunday performance?)

Only a tiny percentage of coasttocoastam listeners, like most citizens today, are truly conversant on the JFK assassination that occurred over five decades ago. Several new generations of Americans have been born since 1963. For these persons Jim's performance was perfect. It gave them the basics of the criminal case and whet their appetite to learn more. Had Jim been given more time to talk Sunday he could have provided even more valuable information. Subtract all the commercials from the two hours allocated to him and the resulting time was way too limited.

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2 hours ago, Paul Trejo said:

If this was 40 years ago, James would be an innovator.

If this were 25 years ago, James would be a leader.

But James' performance last Sunday, IMHO, was for beginners.   Nothing new.

James hasn't even kept up with the recent innovators like Bill Simpich.

(And was that my imagination, or was James actually yawning during his Sunday performance?)

Paul, What happened to your concurrence with Bill Simplich's call for unity, ending divisiveness, and putting away the knives and axes? I remember your response to that. Was it sycophancy or sincerity?

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42 minutes ago, Chris Newton said:

Are all the shows behind a "pay-wall"? Is there a way to listen to this without subscribing and paying a fee?

"I mean, I mean, I mean, I mean ....."

 

(I'm sorry.  I couldn't help it.)

 

--  Tommy  Thomas Tom  Toomy :sun 

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One can become a member of coasttocoastam for about $6.95 a month. Membership can be cancelled at any time to prevent recurring monthly charges. Occasionally someone posts the show on YouTube but it only stay up for a couple of days before being taken down.

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