05/03/2017 12:00:25
Bob Dotson
@bobdotson
 

A story is like an onion. As you peel back the layers you reveal another level of the story. Each layer represents a small story in a bigger narrative and the more you peel back the layers, the closer you get to the core. Some storytellers are content with one layer. The best create a narrative that connects all those layers, so when viewers get to the core, they see a whole new perspective. Many have asked where they can find links to American Stories now that I've retired. Here are some of my favorites:
MSNBC special:
https://goo.gl/JDVqvV
Park Avenue Potato Peeler:
https://goo.gl/KkCEs7
Feeding Joplin:
https://goo.gl/kpL5kG
Life in a Jar-x264
https://goo.gl/n9po82
Wrestler-x264
https://goo.gl/AWR1bU
Section 60 Moms-x264
https://goo.gl/ilpzuy
Pops Dream-x264
https://goo.gl/hxWtGq
Living Ghost Town-x264
https://goo.gl/tnXekA
Payback Painter-x264
https://goo.gl/xte1S3
Golden Gate Bridge
https://youtu.be/GvqBwzmpBEY
Montana Golf Course
https://youtu.be/O23GFoqCiSg
Combat Comedian
https://youtu.be/nCAflK9sAns
Park Avenue Potato Peeler (Kaplitz)
https://goo.gl/2stROs
#americanstory#makeitmemorable

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