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Can I Be On Camera? No by Kid. on 2003-03-18 16:22:42
Why oh why oh why do some people find the need to behave like some kind of as-yet-unknown fools every time they possibly could be seen on National Television. I was watching (as you do) the vote come through from the Commons tonight, and first vote behind Andy Marr stood a group of anti-war protestors, understandably waving flags, and doing other such things, but quietly, so they could a) Be regarded as people went into parliament, and b) Be seen by the media (Note they weren't impinging on the media, they were just in the background). For the second vote, however, they were gone behind Andy Marr (oddly, I thought as there was not long between the two votes) but some 'character' was there flicking v-signs into the camera while his friends laughed and produced equally unnecessary gestures. Why? What have they possibly acheived. Their parents, presumably, will reprimand them when they go home, and they can have no pride in themselves from such a display of tomfoolery.
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|Re: Can I Be On Camera? No by Wash! on 2003-03-19 01:05:07 | Reply to this|
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|Simply AWESOME usage of the word "tomfoolery"!|