Does the weepy-creepy face to the left look familiar to you?
If not, the video directly below the photo may jog your memory, as well as make you nauseous. Sorry.
Yep… that’s a certain Edward T. Hall III.
That’s right – “The Third”. Just like Thurston Howell of Gilligan’s Island fame.
So, the good folks over at The New York Times did a little digging, as did I, as to who exactly this Edward T. Hall III character is.
Here’s the down and dirty as to some of the background info for our bi-polar superhero;
~ Parents are both “politically active lawyers” back home in New Mexico.
~ Initially attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. One year’s tuition is $57,520.
~ Transferred to Bard College in upstate New York “because of its reputation as a socially conscious school.” One year’s tuition is $56,962.
~ Bard College will be featuring this Peter Pan-Syndrome suffering man-child as a featured speaker this Wednesday, 26 October, 2011.
~ Among the many alleged “accomplishments” Bard cites, just to name a few;
“He conducts behavioral economic research at Columbia University’s Center for Research on Environmental Decisions where social scientists of all stripes collaborate to figure out ‘why our brain isn’t green.’
He researches human ‘impatience’ and collaborates extensively with researchers at the London School of Economics and Yale.
He believes artists, citizen researchers, social networks, gamer designers, writers, theologians and DIYers must become help shape the poetry of science, to make it human.”
~ Hall is currently attending the Ivy League’s own Columbia University for his Doctorate, assumedly in Drama. I’m sure that tuition there ain’t exactly cheap.
~ According to Hall himself, he has been making his way through life for the past two years living in New York City from the savings he amassed “from working as a teenager and that he also had ‘a small trust fund’ from his grandfather that he had not drawn from yet.”
Not too far from Lower Manhattan’s Occupied Zuccotti Park, there’s a bridge leading to Brooklyn I’d be happy to discuss selling to whoever’s interested.
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