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rhodzy1234 karma

Fair play, and quite right! It was my lack of understanding that's been the problem. Indeed, your prediction's played out. Thanks for clarifying. I liked your interview.

rhodzy1233 karma

I’m sorry to do this to you man and please specify what your precise words were but remember a few weeks before March on Rollin Stone’s Useful Idiots with Katie Halper and Matt Taibbi when you said something to the effect of “we’ll not see another downturn like the Great Recession again”? Did you take big huge crises like CoVID into account as something that could affect markets or...? Curious about how your thoughts on finance have changed since then....

rhodzy1231 karma

Hello Ken! I'll begin by thanking you for fostering in me from a young age a love of history which has sustained me through my twenties. Some of my most cherished memories of my father are of intimate moments we shared watching "The West". I can still recall the haunting, forlorn melody you chose for the opening credits.

  1. Do you have any words of wisdom for aspiring documentarians in college? What are some good ways to learn the tricks of the trade?

  2. I've found myself in New York City for short term employment and, in order to orient myself, have been enjoying "New York: A Documentary Series". The series is ostensibly one of your works, containing many of your trademark pans and DO Stiers as your narrator. However, to my surprise, it was directed and produced by your brother, Ric! How did you both find yourselves in such a line of work that is so niche? Keep up the amazing work! Thanks