Tuesday, June 19, 2018


If you don't love Jack Curry, you might be a fool.

Photo: NorthJersey.com
I just received this note from the YES Network, and wanted to share it with all of you.  If there can be more eyeballs on the Yankees' pre-game show tonight, that would be cool.  Here's the note from the Yes Network:

"Today is the anniversary of the birth day of Lou Gehrig. Later today, within YES’ Yankees Pre-Game Show (6:30 pm), we’ll feature a segment in which Jack Curry interviews Pat Quinn.

Quinn was diagnosed with ALS (“Lou Gehrig’s Disease”) in 2013 and was a co-founder of the ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge.”

Here is a snippet from the interview:

"Quinn lost his voice last year, but he 'regained' it through the magic of new technology from a company named Lyrebird. Using Lyrebird’s technology, Quinn uses his eyes to 'type' letters and words into a computer, and his voice is projected from the computer. 

Quinn tells Curry: 'Because of this new technology, I am much more willing to get involved in conversations. I promise you, I’m not going to shut up.'” 

Unbelievable. I cannot wait to watch this.

Nice work Jack as always.

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