257: What I Should've Said

257: What I Should've Said

Jan 16, 2004
People return to the scene of the crime where they should have spoken clearly, plainly, forcefully...to review what the hell went wrong, and in a few cases, to fix it. Jonathan Goldstein tries to stop time. Charles Monroe tries to figure out how to teach a lesson to the President of the United States.
  • Jonathan Goldstein, for once in his life, gets to suspend time itself. He gets to freeze the hands of time, and finally come up with the right thing to say in all sorts of situations. Jonathan's a contributing editor and author of the novel Lenny Bruce is Dead. (16 minutes)Mental HealthTravel

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