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Jason Friedman
Writer of words, lover of literature, slave to the truth.
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Jason Friedman Feb 8
All is well, Steph. Hope the same holds true for you and your family. Much prefer being a passive participant on social these days. Suits me to lurk in the shadows :)
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Jason Friedman Feb 8
Our little boy's all growns up!
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Jason Friedman Feb 8
Good point, Wex. I'll never be qualified to be our nation's president. Sad.
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Jason Friedman Feb 8
Replying to @ca_rockets @TrueHoop
Knock ‘em dead, Henry. And Craig: miss you, Comrade.
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Jason Friedman Feb 8
Replying to @ca_rockets @TrueHoop
Beaming is more like it. Forever indebted to Henry for his role in helping me launch my career. TrueHoop forever.
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Jason Friedman 26 Jan 18
Replying to @BimaThug @ca_rockets
I deserve zero credit. Craig needed no help from me. But I do think it’s cool that our little show had guests like Zach Lowe, Brent Barry, Kevin Arnovitz, etc. A murderer’s row of top shelf NBA talent.
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Jason Friedman 26 Jan 18
Replying to @PackManJoel
Right back at you, Joel. Hope you and your family are healthy, happy and doing amazingly well.
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Jason Friedman 26 Jan 18
Replying to @BimaThug @ca_rockets
Ah yes, I remember those days fondly. Nothing like talking trade deadline while trying not to get fined :)
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Jason Friedman 19 Oct 17
Replying to @KimberlyJCarr2
Thank you, Kim! I’ve been blessed beyond measure. I hope you’re doing great as well.
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Jason Friedman 27 Aug 17
Replying to @KatieTD21
Thank you, Katie. We're hanging in there. Wish I could say the same for the countless others not nearly as fortunate. Hope you're doing well
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Jason Friedman 1 Dec 16
Quite simply perfect from Chris. Exquisitely captures why Sam is and always will be a hero of mine.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
Oh my goodness, yes. The Heart of Darkness story. Utterly haunting and heartbreaking.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
One of the first pieces of his I recall is this one: It still brings tears to my eyes every time.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
Wright's gift is amazing. Can't remember ever reading something of his and not being blown away.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
although on second thought, it's probably much more likely to keep me underground for good.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
don't even get me started on sordid state of our nation's political affairs. It's almost enough to stir me from my hibernation.
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
(But more importantly: I hope you're doing well, Katie)
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Jason Friedman 1 Aug 16
Replying to @KatieTD21
I should just use this account to post random, bland, automated book reviews from now on. Be the most boring bot ever basically.
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Jason Friedman 31 Jul 16
Little known Crabbe and Goyle fun fact: their favorite films are Ted and Ted 2. True story.
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Jason Friedman 31 Jul 16
Replying to @DreamShakeSBN
Well now that this is officially out there, I would have given it 3.5 stars, but that option wasn't available.
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