Thursday, September 13, 2012

Through the Camsoft Lens


Anonymous said...

I watched this piece and had some deep thoughts, but somehow the only comment I've got right now is:

"It's cute how the two lawyers chose ties that are in colors that are across from each other on the color wheel, whatever that is called."

You think they phoned each other, like teenage girls, when they were getting ready?

I know that that is not a great comment to be making. It's childish.

I would really like to see some more people who worked at Nagin's City Hall clapped in irons, or at least rendered permanently unemployable and shunned by everyone with some self respect. ALL the people who Sandusky'ed or Paderno'ed the City of New Orleans should be held accountable by everyone who wants to hold their head up.

But I get a bit uneasy cheering for someone whose American Dream was a company that can put the entire life of a city on closed circuit TV or however they do that monitoring now.

I'm ambivalent about this guy as a hero.

So I had idle thoughts about how lawyers pick their ties.

Jason Brad Berry said...

Yeah, you right. The ties are over the top. The dude interviewing them is speaking and his face isn't moving...that's freaky.

The whole Orwellian metaphor....I don't know about that. I think that depends on the city.

Shit, I don't know.

I think it's 80/20 on the bullshit level. 80% being accurate. At least from my notes the facts in here are pretty goddamn good. I'd be curious to compare other notes.