April 20, 2010
ADMIRAL HYMAN RICKOVER
"60 Minutes" Interview by Diane Sawyer
He's the Navy's most famous and most cantankerous admiral. Hyman George Rickover, the father of the nuclear submarine, was censored last month for accepting gifts from a naval contractor, General Dynamics, over a 16-year period. The gifts totaled more than $67,000 but it seems that the company was wasting its money. Before he retired, Rickover declared war on General Dynamics. He accused them of trying to cheat the government. When we first broadcast this interview, the investigation of the admiral and the gifts had just begun, but the 84-year-old Rickover was undaunted. He was much the same as he had been in 1957, the last time he submitted himself to an unrestricted personal interview - combative, challenging, deliberately provocative.
ADMIRAL HYMAN RICKOVER:
No, I never have thought I was smart. I thought the people I dealt with were as dumb, were dumb, including you.
April 18, 2010
February 4, 2010
Found on the ground outside the post office. Someone's pissed.
January 31, 2010
... And there was a party for him tonight. Congrats homie!
'Rado meets Jerz... in LA.
Theo is always stoked!
Braydon being Braydon.
"Yo Spanky, check out my pro model"
December 26, 2009
Figgy broke a kingpin the other night at the TF. He was bummed. Then Collin busted this out of his trunk. Haven't seen one of them in ages!
The handoff! Collin saves the day!
December 7, 2009
Killing time with some more Tampa Am crap. Ben Hatchell never misses this:
Check the catch on Luan's frontside nollie flip over the hip... the hard way. The landing point was usually just past the huge Gatorade logo on the far side of the bank... you know... on the metal lip. Just sayin'...
December 7, 2009
Judging from how quiet it was when he landed this, I don't think many people caught it. Luan: switch 180 to 5-0 to bigflip out during practice.
Willy Akers. Wallie noseblunt.
December 5, 2009
BS nollie flip
180 switch backside 50-50. The really hard way.
November 29, 2009
In Laguna Beach, the local papers have pet obituaries...