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Jeremy Eley wasn't given a middle name, so trust him when he says, "I dont have one." Jeremy has always thought. He thinks the most interesting things in the world are people. People that do the things they do. People that make decisions. Everyone. On a more biographical note, Jeremy loves the things people produce. He has always loved cars, good movies, and food. He has always liked being outside, and has always liked to argue. He likes a lot of things, and really want to do more. As a kid Jeremy's father, Jack, tried to teach him an incredible work ethic, and he never listened. Now, though, Jeremy is ready to try his best.

I should warn all of you before you read any further: You may be deeply confused and angry by what you read here this morning. I have been in an ongoing battle with the English vocabulary. There are two words in particular that I feel must be sorted out. Trust me, this is important for […]

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  “If I’d written all the truth I knew for the past ten years, about 600 people – including me – would be rotting in prison cells from Rio to Seattle today. Absolute truth is a very rare and dangerous commodity in the context of professional journalism.”                 […]

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Are you a story teller, or a story writer? While some would argue they possess both qualities, this is one instance in which we know the chicken(spoken word) came before the egg(written word). Stories, whether hard or soft, were first heard. They were heard, and then told, and eventually written. Today we use Greg’s Shorthand. Introduced […]

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It has been argued in several circles of journalism that journalists are storytellers. The evidence that propels journalists as storytellers comes to us from as far ago as the fifth century B.C. It was in that time that rhetoric was born, where the well respected citizens were relied on to tell the truth of their […]

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