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Topic - John Simpson
"This is like giving the keys to your car to the guy who has been siphoning gas from your tank," said John Simpson, privacy project director for Consumer Watchdog.
"He would come into the huddle after just a few plays on the football and lacrosse fields, knowing exactly what adjustments needed to be made to find success. He saw the entire field of play. He was our general. He was a thinking-man's athlete, with the physical skills to carry out his own orders," said John Simpson, a member of the Bullis class of 1998 and one of Capt. Bunting's best friends.