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Those who knew personally had this to say about him: Quoting Joe Bushkin if you could have seen him there onstage in a white suit, with his blond hair and penetrating gray eyes, holding that shiny gold trumpet if that didn knock you over when he started to play, ain nothing gonna knock you down. He was with Benny for only a short period, but whenever he was present it was another story. There haven been many guys who could electrify Benny, but Bunny was certainly one of them.
Todd Arnedt, PhD, a sleep psychologist who is a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry and neurology at the U M Medical School. Arnedt works in the the U M Sleep Disorders Center and the U M Depression Center Sleep Chronophysiology Laboratory.Three Hours SleepSleep diaries and an automatic wrist watch activity monitor verified that the residents on heavy work shiftsgot significantly less sleep per night on average than those with lighter schedules during the study period.In the 24 hours leading up to the test days, residents on a light schedule slept an average of 6 hours and 37 minutes, compared with about 3 hours for the residents on a heavy schedule.The residents were tested four times, in two separate sessions. Two of the tests were completed after they had worked a month of light duty without overnight shifts; the tests were given before and after they consumed three to four alcoholic drinks.In the second session, they were tested on the day after an overnight shift that came at the end of a month of 90 hour work weeks.
First came James Foley, the freelance reporter recently beheaded by Islamic State militants in Syria, followed by Steven Sotloff, who met the same fate. Then there was Chris Hondros, a Getty photographer killed on assignment in Libya in 2011, and Marie Colvin, the reporter for the British “Sunday Times” who died covering the Syrian conflict in 2012. Last was Daniel Pearl, the “Wall Street Journal “reporter beheaded in Pakistan by al Qaida terrorists in 2002..