This video started out to be amusing, then rose to hilarity as it progressed. A tv reporter who does interviewing on the streets decides to turn the tables on those who walk by in the background and wave or make faces. Pick your own embarrassing interview moment!
That's a hilarious video, Montana! MY "most embarrassing" moment is available online, but I don't know how to put it up here. Last year my local newspaper asked for fans of the old daytime TV series Dark Shadows to express their views of Tim Burton's movie. They asked me to come to their offices. When I did, the reporter sat me in front of a camera and said, "Go!" Seriously...just "Go!" My review was entirely impromptu, and I have to say I did fairly well, but wish I had been given fair warning. If you Google "Christopher Kinsinger", you'll see it under www.pennlive.com and see for yourself why I find it embarrassing.
That is a funny clip. But am I the only one who’s grown tired of the “reporter on the scene” reports? Especially the ones where the weather reporters are standing on the docks while Hurricane Whatever bashes and slashes away with wind and waves while moving inland. I think we have a pretty good idea of what happens. Lots of wind and water; I don’t need to see someone in a rainsuit telling me about it. And Solium has it pegged. It is about the news readers and “reporters” now.
Looking at these reporters it looks so outdated now,As mentioned before the jerks on the weather channel standing in the middle of a storm look like idiots to me.The whole scenario of live news now looks like an anarchism .