I remember watching Boeheim play basketball for the Scranton Miners in the EPBL back in the 60's. Lot's of action. Many players were over the hill but played hard.
Always before but especially now, O'LOOFAH's yammering is totally ironic
One just has to click-in for a couple of minutes, and, no matter *who* is the target of his JUDGMENTS, his excoriating, his contempt: Substituting HIS name as the target is a wholly bizarre exercise in cognitive dissonance.
He often (these days) throws in some slightly rueful reference to himself associated with whomever the current target is -- like, "Haha, I could be talking about myself!1" -- almost INSIGHT, just the bare hint of breaking through his ceiling of DENIAL.
[font size=5]Oswald Biographer Challenges O'Reilly's "Reality Deficient" JFK Story[/font]
Today, investigative journalist Edward Jay Epstein disputed a dramatic anecdote from Bill O'Reilly's 2012 book Killing Kennedy, writing a point-by-point refutation of the Fox News host's story titled "O'Reilly's JFK Reporting Was Impossible. I Know Because I Was There."
In the book, O'Reilly claimed to have been standing outside the Florida home where Lee Harvey Oswald associate George de Mohrenschildt killed himself, hearing the gunshot firsthand, an account questioned by the website JFKFacts.org in 2013 and further interrogated by Media Matters last month.
Epstein, however, has unique expertise on the topic as the author of Legend: The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald and, by his own account, "the actual and only reporter interviewing de Mohrenschildt on the last day of his life in 1977."
Accusing O'Reilly of "[FONT style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: yellow"]reality deficiency disorder[/FONT]," Epstein offered a number of key details that differ from the Killing Kennedy story, including the location of the suicide and the audibility of the gunshot.
Additionally, Epstein pointed to audio tapes that purportedly show O'Reilly was in Dallas on the date of de Mohrenschildt's death, including a phone call where investigator Gaeton Fonzi seems to inform O'Reilly of the suicide.
In the essay, Epstein offers an imaginative theory as to how the Fox News host could have been in both Florida and Texas at once: ....
I should have a "caption this", but I'm sure to get a lot of, "Ut-Oh"!'s