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Nathan Damigo in the People's Republic of Seattle

Nathan Damigo in the People’s Republic of Seattle

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This is Nathan Damigo’s speech at the Inaugural Meeting of the Northwest Forum in Seattle on November 12, 2o16. In the Q&A, I edited out the voices of the questioners, but the gist their questions can easily be inferred from Nathan’s answers. I want to thank Nathan and everybody who attended for making this a successful event.

Greg Johnson


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  1. Mighty
    Posted November 24, 2016 at 9:14 am | Permalink

    Is there an inexpensive, mostly White area of northern California to live, or maybe southern Oregon?

  2. Dr ExCathedra
    Posted November 23, 2016 at 11:42 am | Permalink

    As an old public speaker, one small supportive-corrective comment to the admirable Mr Damigo. See if you can excise the phrase “kinda” and “kind of” from your vocabulary. Unless it’s a generational marker that flies below my grey-headed radar, it subtly blunts and lends an aroma of unsureness to your otherwise notably clear and direct delivery and message. Best of luck.

    • dick fichte
      Posted November 23, 2016 at 5:31 pm | Permalink

      I agree, Doc… I’m in my early thirties, and I see this a lot with (mostly younger) speakers and podcasters. It is generational, but thats no excuse – it’s just weak form. I nearly shut off a podcast recently due to one of the host’s overuse of “like”… it was “like” every third word. He seems intelligent enough, but that’s hard to listen to.

      I would like to see us speaking with strength, conviction, and clarity. I also understand the art of public speaking (and more or less communication in general) has seen better days with the rise of the internet…. so it goes and so should we practice.

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