Rather than competing to be the record holder, he realized that his consistent connection to both Koreans and Korean-Americans who believed in him was what imbued his life with meaning and richness
In this really fun 16-minute video, I interview Karl about hitting and batting his age at 76.
He talks about getting into an Ivy league college as his “safety school”, flying three jumbo jets with 5,000 mink into post-war Japan as a 21-year-old stranger in a strange land, and his dream of taking batting lessons from a defrosted Ted Williams.
Finally, Karl talks openly about his experiences taking TA-65, a telomerase activator, and the other keys to being incredibly productive and relatively healthy as he ages chronologically but not biologically. Karl is an inspiration and a great guy to get to know.