My Hand Hurts

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Episode 150/1x150
My Hand Hurts

Hooray for painkillers.

Blogger Jonas
Date Posted March 10th, 2007
Length 2:24
Description The vet actually did a pretty good job... but it hurts like hell. Now that I have some time, I'm looking through some things I found in my Aunt's office.
Location(s) Alex's house
YouTube Tags LG15 lonelygirl15 daniel danielbeast jonas jonastko hand cut screwdriver vet bree dog
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Director(s) Miles Beckett
Camera Miles Beckett
Executive Story Editor Glenn Rubenstein
Vidplay Glenn Rubenstein
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, and Glenn Rubenstein
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Jonas Jackson Davis
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My Hand Hurts is the one-hundred fiftieth video in the lonelygirl15 video series.


(Jonas is sitting in his aunt's office.)

Jonas: Man, uh...(holds up hand with bandage) Yesterday. Kind of embarrassing, but I think I was just venting about a lot of other stuff. So uh, hooray for painkillers (laughs). Actually, I've been kinda taking it easy on the painkillers cause I'm trying to make sense of a lot of stuff and I haven't really slept either. So I've been going through my Aunt's office and looking through some of the stuff. I wish my aunt was here, actually. I – I miss her; I haven't seen her since I was like... thirteen? Things got kind of awkward after, uh, my parents were gone. You know, I think that she just didn't know what to say. I mean, really, what do you say? Well, the good news is is that things are... starting to come together. I found this scrapbook, and it's filled with articles about my parents. There's stuff in here about, uh, the foundation they were starting, stuff about, well, when their boat went missing, and then there's, one, uh, article about when the search was called off. But the thing is is that the stuff about my parents is just scratching the surface. I mean, that's just the beginning. There are articles in here about all these other people. And I know this is going to sound a little out there, but hang with me for a second. Check this out. Articles in here about a human rights lawyer, an economics professor, a rabbi, an ambassador, publishing heiress, some guy that owned, a, uh, a radio station, a regenerative medical specialist--sounds important. Uh, there's even a former CIA director in here. I realized something. The initials that were CCed on the mission statement that my father wrote, every pair matches somebody's name found in this scrapbook, apparently. And, uh, along with that is also an article about each and every one of their deaths or disappearances under mysterious circumstances. Coincidence? I don't think so. Well, I don't know, whatever my parents and friends were doing against the Order, somebody noticed. Thank God my aunt was smart enough to compile the evidence and put it in a scrapbook. I know you might be thinking that, you know, why didn't my aunt do anything? But, I mean, she wasn't much older than me at that time and everyone that she knew, my parents, everyone was disappearing. She was probably scared. I would have been too. Anyway, side note, uh, I think with me and Bree...we just need our space before things are going to go back to normal, if it ever does. I'm gonna go upload this video, and I'm gonna try to get in touch with my aunt, so, uh, ah, see ya.