Newser — Upon hearing of Jeffrey Epstein's suicide"one of my first thoughts Stewart, recounting a minute background interview he did with Epstein a year ago based on the multimillionaire's rumored role advising Tesla CEO Elon Musk. During the interview, the "undeniably charismatic" Epstein said little of his involvement with Tesla, and Stewart suspects he "embellished his role" in that particular story.
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Jeffrey Epstein once told a New York Times reporter that criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a deviation from cultural norms that at times throughout history had been considered acceptable. New York Times reporter James B. Stewart wrote an account of an interview with Epstein that took nearly a year ago in a new report published on Monday.
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W hen I tell people that I am a secondary school teacher there is one standard response: incredulity. My protests that my students are lovely, largely conscientious and that I enjoy my work are taken as signs of a saint-like humility. It is an almost universal belief that teenagers are trouble.
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My own teenage years were wrought with conflict and angst, and, 30 years later, my mom still likes to remind me of the atrocities I subjected her to, which mostly involved escaping our home whenever I could and hanging out with friends whose parents were more relaxed about what we were getting up to mostly listening to Bob Marley, pretending to inhale menthol cigarettes and having the same inane conversations my daughter does today. A nd I was definitely rebellious, even if — all things considered — it was pretty innocent. This was met with huge resistance that just made me more devious and determined to escape.