Editors Note:


EDITOR'S NOTE: Fresh off a three year managerial stint, your friendly neighborhood lenslinger is back on the street and under heavy deadline. As the numbing effects of his self-imposed containment wear off, vexing reflections and pithy epistles are sure to follow...

Sunday, June 18, 2006

I'd Like to Meet his Tailor...

Petty News Around My Face...
Seems I made the front page of my local newspaper's Sunday edition ... and not in the tri-state crime-spree kind of way, either. Instead, I'm featured as part of the ancillary clamor surrounding aging superhero Nido Qubein. Fresh from wowing bored students with his trademark motivation speech, the High Point University president ("Nee-do" to his peeps) was regaling me and my lens with bite-sized bons mots for the evening broadcast when News & Record's H. Scott Hoffman moved in for the kill. I'll get him - and his little dog, too! How dare he photograph me when I'm so clearly thinking about lunch? As for all those TV shooters who'd like to know where my tripod is, fear not - my shot was held steady by the dulcet tones and white-hot life-force that radiates from this unorthodox success magnet. Thanks, J.R....

4 comments:

Lex said...

Extra credit for the Zevon reference!

Anonymous said...

Just don't let this celebrity go to your head Stewy.

From your favorite real estate/trampoline tycoon

David Boyd said...

I'm impressed. There are few who can resist this motivation spewing Siren (not me certainly!). Yet there's just enough cynicism sprinkled in this post to put you in the Pantheon of cool.

Colonel Corn's Camera said...

You must have been thinking of lunch. I like how you have your other hand in your pocket. Ho-dee-hum right?