"Being rude and irrational is a lot older.  It's just been awhile since
respect became a social norm.  It's funny that some consider reverting
to a childish state as new and revolutionary.

  -- Enric"
 
Boy, you are all a bunch of sadists.  You all must have the instincts of sharks the way you've gone into a feeding frenzy over an innocently asked question here.
 
If I'd been able to ask Dick Cavett another question, I would have asked what he was doing these days and if he had encountered "age discrimination" in our youth oriented media.
Randolfe (Randy) Wicker
 
Videographer, Writer, Activist
Advisor: The Immortality Institute
Hoboken, NJ
http://www.randywickerreporting.blogspot.com/
201-656-3280
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Enric
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 5:28 PM
Subject: [videoblogging] Re: "How Old is Dick Cavett?"

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Pete Prodoehl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]...> wrote:
>
> Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen wrote:
> >
> > What's the deal here? You walk up to a guy after some presentation
and ask 
> > some completely random question that isn't related to what he was
talking 
> > about. I would be pretty annoyed by that too. He even answered your 
> > question with a wink in his eye.
>
> It's breaking the rules! Sure, old media might have guidelines about
how
> to conduct an interview or ask questions, but does new media have to?
>
> My friend once did an interview with the vocalist from the band Plaid
> Retina, it consisted of one question, and then ended. The question was:
> "Why do you sing like a girl?"
>
> Pete
>
> --
> http://tinkernet.org/
> videoblog for the future...
>


Being rude and irrational is a lot older.  It's just been awhile since
respect became a social norm.  It's funny that some consider reverting
to a childish state as new and revolutionary.

  -- Enric





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