On Mar 17, 2006, at 9:58 AM, Rick Archer wrote:

> From a friend:
>
> I saw that press conference live.  I think the 'why
> don't you teach in the third world for free' question
> started it down the slippery slope.  At one stage M
> was monosyllabic in his answers. By the time Hagelin
> changed to CNN things were at a low ebb, and their
> questions didn't get answered.  But the NY Times
> reporter seemed unfazed by it and went on to ask a few
> more questions via John H at the end of the session.
> He managed to calm M down by feeding in the odd
> inspiring question.
>
> The other things I remember her asking which didn't go
> down well were mentioning the Beatles and Deepak
> Chopra, wouldn't it be better not to have the 'His
> Highnesses, His Excellencies, King stuff' - better to
> concentrate on TM.  She said the Sidhis as she
> understood it only had people hopping and not actually
> flying.  Poor old Hagelin looked a bit rattled at
> times, but he keeps bouncing back.  Pity, cos that
> reporter was really pretty!

I'd love to see that video.

That's what happens when you are surrounded by "yes men" and suddenly  
have to answer "real" questions.



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