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clearly not uh, what he liked the most. He was quiet, I don’t want to say he was withdrawn… but he was quiet. And I just remember like, Brad my fiancé and Jim were in the basement and Brad doesn’t even remember a time when Jim was sleeping. You know, after the family had kind of settled down, Jim just went right to business, right to work. We had found him a very good psychologist to talk to, but he seemed so “well,” if you will, that we didn’t push it. But he was so restless here at home. He didn’t want to be here at home. Feeling like you survived something, there’s a strange sort of force that you are drawn back to. I think that’s the absolute reality. Everything else becomes foreign. Like, it was strange coming back to the real world, like it was weird. It was normal in there. Yeah, if I go to Wal-Mart and I’m looking at, like literally an entire aisle full of Tupperware, it boggles my mind. There’s a deep absurdity to understanding the peace that we’re lucky enough to have in this country and the questions that it raises about how do we make our money? What is the basis of our peace, of our economic viability, of the fact that, you know, I can look at all of this Tupperware and someone else, somewhere else is looking at the ruins of their home? You know, you just start missing like all the bombs and the fighting and everything. I just used to love sitting up at like at night and just listening. It’s really kind of sick. But it also… it feels like super fortunate for being there. And so you think like, out of million people in your country, you’re the only person who’s got to experience that. Like man, like how fortunate am I? Like, you’re witnessing history unfolding and you’re just getting this perspective that is so unique. I believe that front-line journalism is important. Without these photos and videos and firsthand experience, we can’t really… tell the world how bad it might be. James Foley joins us now live from inside Northern Syria with more on what he saw. Tell us more about you were able…