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robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:54 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue # to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..# is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:06 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue ( to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..) is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
E OB, Ireland
23 May 2014, 09:43:57 AM
This is paid news. http://www.salon.com/2014/05/22/must_see_morning_clip_jason_jones_commissioned_a_story_about_himself_in_an_indian_newspaper/
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:45:46 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog breeder. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:44:30 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog trainer. He taught my Chihuahua / Great Dane mix to stop peeing on the drapes. Don't get me started on his dog-breeding techniques. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
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