When Josh Hanagrane was six years old and onstage in a Thanksgiving play he first began experiencing symptoms of the Tourette’s Syndrome that wouldn’t be diagnosed until he was in high school. By the time he was twenty and reached his full height of 6 foot 7 inches, Tourette’s dominated Josh’s life. He tried everything from quick remedies to drugs to Botox that paralyzed his vocal cords and left him speechless for three years. But Josh persevered and with help learned to “throttle’ his tics through strength training. He also became a librarian and works at the Salt Lake City Public Library. From touching, to moving, to laugh out loud hilarious, Josh Hanagrane’s story is one you won’t forget.