Jason Cochran

Stuff you never knew you never knew


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  1. Jason,
    I saw your interviews with the panel of Shark Tank. Very well done. I thought the story of our small company getting our patented sports net into the NFL, PGA Tour, and onto Celebrity Apprentice would be of interest to you and the Shark Tank panel from a real life struggle standpoint. It is a fascinating story. If you have the opportunity to see our product at http://www.TheNetReturn.com it would be most appreciated. If it is not of interest to you it may be to the Shark Tank panelists. Thanks so much and look forward to hearing back from you. Cell: 843-267-1937.

  2. alan kaufman says:

    I recently watched an interview you had with Daymond John. As a recent contestant on Shark Tank and one that received an investment offer from Mr. John I think you should know Nubrella filed suit on December 22, 2010 in the Fifteen Judicial Circuit Court Palm Beach County against; Mark Burnett Game Shows Inc, Daymond John, ABC and Sony Pictures.

    If you want to learn one contestants true story of their experience of the show then feel free to contact me.

    I can tell you it is far from what you and the audience ever could have imagined..

    alan kaufman

  3. George says:

    Hey, really great blog posts… I’ve enjoyed reading through your blog because of the great style and energy. I actually work for the CheapOair travel blog. If you’re interested, we would love to have you on as a guest blogger. Please send me an e-mail: gchristodoulou(at)cheapoair(dot)com, and I’ll give you more information. Looking forward to hearing from you.

  4. JOHN Strangi says:

    I love Julie too!!!! I lived in NYC for thirty years. Got to be in the Dame’s presence many times when I owned in East Hampton. What a lady!!!! She’s the best! (kissed her five times)
    What a success you are!!! Wow!!! Many congratulations!
    John Strangi

  5. JO says:

    If I had Oprah or Gates’s wealth, I would resurrect Rosewood, turn it into a shrine to all massacres of African Americans. I would build modest homes, hire entire African American families to run the daily operation, maintain the village, build stores, hotels, and cater to the tourist industry to keep this part of American history alive for generations so that racial massacre of any race is a thing of the past. This is a very sad history in America

  6. Jen Vuk says:

    Hi Jason,
    My name’s Jen and I’m a writer for the Australian Salvation Army. I just came across your “How Ann B. Davis changed my life” article written last year and would love to reprint it in our weekly magazine, Warcry. Unfortunately, due to space (under 400 words) it would need to be edited down, but I would happily send you a copy for your perusal before it goes to print. My deadline is this Thurs, 5 July 2014. Best regards, Jen.

  7. Terry Kelly says:

    Hello Jason, I have published a book on Amazon, “3 Nearly Perfect Days in Mexico City” by Terry Kelly, and I think my style would be a good fit for where Frommers Guides are heading with their Day by Day Guides. I am an avid traveler, having visited more than 60 countries, and I like to discover experiences that are a bit to the left of the tourist masses. I’d love to discuss a future writing relationship with you, or with Pauline Frommer.

  8. John Elias Padilla says:

    I am pleased that I found this. It seems that this gruesome part of my state’s history is conveniently left out. Something else that you might want to look into is the Ocoee Massacre.

  9. John Bishop says:

    I found your web site quite interesting. I have a request (idea). I hope it does not sound to crazy.
    I think it would be quite interesting to see a video-recording or maybe just an audio of Walter P. Chrysler, the founder of Chrysler Corporation. I have never heard an audio. The reason for my interest is that there are
    many comments about his “mechanic like” speech and his “warm” personality. Such adjectives do not really tell me much about his “voice” or personality. Another automobile founder is Mr William Durant.

  10. Joseph Sinisi says:

    Loved Fedora’s went many times back in the 70’s & 80’s. Wanted to know what happened to it & her & u answered my question. Thank You.

  11. Just read your article on Shark Tank. Good stuff man. If you’re ever in need of a videographer let me know.

  12. Stan Arlin says:

    Why don’t you writ about the race riots that occured in New York City in July 1863. 119 blacks were killed .Many were hanged from the gas street lights. I doubt this comment will ever make it to you blog but in the interest of history?

  13. bernard helinski says:

    re: Mr. Madison Grant
    is there any type of recording of him ? Thanks

  14. Hello Jason! I have read your blog and watched your videos on Rosewood. I am interested in visiting there myself. I’ve looked up information on traveling there but I can’t find a thing. Can you offer any suggestions on how to go about traveling there?

  15. Jinju Baik says:

    Hello Jason! I’ve checked the video you posted on Youtube in 2007, ‘Saturday afternoon at Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo’. I would like to ask your permission to use the video on Japanese tv show. For further details, please contact me. Thank you.

  16. leelaurino says:

    help: i am trying to listen to your new radio show here in Atlanta, but can not find a station that carries it.

    can you give me any alternatives? online?

  17. Stacy says:

    Do you have a review for the Carousel movie? I love your Oklahoma review! It was really funny! :)

  18. Nanci Sweeney says:

    This is the 3rd time I have tried to leave you a comment, with no success. Sorry

  19. Do you have any info on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars production?

    I’ve enjoyed your background info on Shark Tank – my second favorite show.

    I just built the website named below for the retirement community I live in.
    I don’t know the reason for the question.

  20. Tracy Hill says:

    Hi Jason,

    I was wondering if you have heard of Shark Tank of Lori G taking any of the ideas – as their own and not working with the person who submitted it originally? I was invited to do the private link with Lori on Hero or Zero but am concerned with Non Disclosure Agreement – which Shark Tank nor Lori provides.

    Thanks so much! Please respond to my email directly.

  21. jay says:

    I have the original kkk robe from one of the hangman dont know what to do

  22. Tim Fink says:

    Just ran across your article on South Pacific. Outstanding, and thank you. I too saw the Lincoln Center production then watched it on TV. I was moved to tears a number of times. I’m going to use your article to help “frame” our production discussion of THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE next February. Although BFS doesn’t bring the same gravity or serious themes, it none the less requires us to get into the mindset of the late 1930’s. A quick search didn’t reveal any comments from you on your website–any thoughts you want to share about that show?

  23. Maureen McDonald says:

    I am most curious whether you know of any voice recordings of Nancy Cunard. Her voice was said to be remarkable and I am hoping it has been captured for posterity.

  24. I like it see the movie Snowpiercer in Jason Cochran.

  25. KT says:

    I just read your article about seeing a live TV show production and what to expect. I’m actually scheduled to see a taping of a game show in New York in a couple of weeks and was wondering what you do with your cell phone? We’re traveling in from out of state so won’t have a car (or hotel room for that matter) handy. Are they checked at security with a lockbox or something? How did that work for the show you saw?


  26. They usually have a person in charge of watching them, claim tickets and everything. It’s legit and you won’t lose your phone.

  27. david perkins says:

    Just saw the Daniel Fish directed production on Oklahoma! on Broadway. He must have read your piece. You eludidate all of the themes this new production emphasizes. I think U could sue for plagarism! Anyway, great job! I hope you see it! It’s like he read your piece and based his production on your insights!

  28. Teresa Beresford says:

    I have the only portrait ever done of Rollerina who I knew back in the day as I had a stop on Christoper Street. The portrait was done by Oku ( Shigeo Okumura ) also gone. It is now for sale……Seeking a buyer who will appreciate the value of this piece. If interested, please contact “Greta”

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