Ok folks, it’s time we had a talk about photography. To be accurate, this post is about how you talk to a photographer. And we’ll start with this picture I took at Karate College last week.
Archive for Ranting Again
The TSA at SEA-TAC Airport just doesn’t give a damn about the passengers. Thanks guys.
As a frequent flyer I need to discuss how the overhead compartment has been ruined by stupid airline fees, shy airline staff and clueless passengers.
If I were a homebound parent I would probably use this space to complain about the drivel that passes for children’s programming. Brightly colored nonsense masquerading as toy commercials, talking sponges and educational characters with televisions embedded in their digestive tracts.
Some people play FARMVILLE … I actually have a farm. The time my wife spends on real chickens gets me real eggs. This, of course, has some practical downsides …
There are a lot of TV personalities that seem warm, fuzzy and approachable. You totally want to be on their show. Heck, these are the type of people that you might want to invite over for dinner. Alton Brown in my kitchen … awesome idea. Bryan Williams asking me to pass the gravy … fantastic. Conan O’Brien looking for extra hair gel in your guest bathroom … odd, but entirely acceptable.
However, many media personalities are people you never want to meet … especially on their TV turf. These are the type of people who only appear on your doorstep if you’re accused of a crime, standing in a war zone or about to be swept into the ocean. If you end up on their show you are screwed.
Totally. Royally. Screwed.
Based on a conversation with my friends, here are my top five TV personalities you never want to meet.