The judges were right.. that was pretty brave. They're about as horrible as most people. Were they on stage in front of lots of people for that?
A couple of them looked terrified, but mostly they seemed to be holding it together pretty well.
terrified, like the girl whose pant legs were vibrating.
too bad Mr. Cal-i-for-nie-ay didn't have more stage fright.
"You have a lot of guts... for going first. You have a lot of attitude, but I want you to work on your... tone? and your beat? But you had good crowd control and I liked how you moved around the stage."
"First of all, I liked your outfit, and I liked how you were closing your eyes."
"I agree with her -- I liked your pants, and you had a lot of emotion."
"You looked like you were in pain!"
and hte cd goes skip skip skip
it was not all pain
Was the Wall of Shame photo taken with a digital camera?
If so, does the license at upper left also appear all-white when photographed with a conventional film camera?
Yes, it was digital; no, I did not investigate further.
I'd guess that license has the same sort of superreflective coating used for backpacks and sneakers. If so, the flash will be reflected directly back, leaving a white rectangle.
You could test this by photographing it without a flash.
1) Next time I'm in SF, I'll stop by and convienently "loose" my California ID that Nevada never bothered taking back when I moved.
2) What state is the vanishing ID?
3) I noticed that there's a Nevada license towards the bottom. To calm fears, in case anybody cares, Nevada HAS recently entered the 20th century and is no longer issuing laminated pieces of paper. The new ones even has cool things like a 2D barcode on the back.
Note to self: if you're going to put a word in quotes to signify dramatic effect, at least spell it right.
The Mystery License is from NY. It's our only NY license.
Is there any reason not to mail the IDs back to the addresses printed on them, besides not feeling 37 cents' worth of benevolence towards people dumb enough to forget them in the first place?
(I'm asking out of curiosity, not criticism.)
I assume that if they can't be bothered to even phone the last place they got shitfaced to see if their ID is there, they must not want it very badly...
"Hey Jim! You left your ID at the DNA!"