Monday, April 6, 2015
Two Months At Sea?
Does he tell us that he was 66 days at sea?
The open statement is when he is speaking for himself, choosing his own words.
We listen for him to connect himself to sentences using the past tense verb with the pronoun "I" in his open statements.
After listening to this, I wish to apologize to the journalists of whom I accused using choppy and short quotes. I don't blame you. The tangents are in abundance.
That he may have capsized is one thing, but being out in the sea for two months may be another.
Questions for listeners:
1. What topics did he connect himself, in open statements, not answers, with the formula of pronoun "I" and past tense verb?
2. What topics did he not connect himself, in open statements (again, not answers) with the formula of using the pronoun, "I" and the past tense verbs?
That he is "thinking" of writing a book should come as no surprise. That he wishes to live rent free and eat food he does not have to pay for is also not a surprise.
3. Do you find some parts of his statement credible, while finding other portions "unreliable"?
4. Which is longer, 2 months or 18 minutes?