Swindle01 wrote:is it really that difficult to ask someone questions?
to make a REAL good journalist just ask the questions people DO wana know and not the crap they SAY people wana know...but dont
No, it's not that difficult to ask questions. And you can ask the questions people want to know, but you have to smooth over the ice with fluff questions first.
Connie Chung basically destroyed her career by jumping into a line of questioning and berating the interviewee with the same question, over and over, which he refused to answer due to the fact it would incriminate him. It cost her her job. No one says it officially, but everyone knows.
As far as i understand theres only ever been 1 person whos interviewed him who asked him what his obssesion with midgets is all about and apparently lucas acted like a big child and just walked outa the interview. Then again lucas is a dick so i expected that to happen
point is almost no-one had asked the guy when everyone wants to know why he seems so sexually obsest with midgets and puts TONS of them into his films. Christ i cant think of 1 movie were he doesnt have midgets.
That's not a question most, if any people want to know. You might think he's sexually obsessed with midgets, but you're probably one of the only ones. I know he's worked with midgets, but none of the times I've seen any of his productions did they ever make me think "Lucas, you midget lover. HUMP ALL THE MIDGETS!" This is one time when I can say "This is not a question anyone gives a crap about." And it's true.
Swindle01 wrote:yet do people ask him when hes being interviewed? no! instead we get crap like when the guy from Family Guy interviewed him and talked about crap like what cheese he liked?
Just ask questions people WANT to know, even if it may cause a bad reaction IE asking Welker if he was pissed that moron Michael bay said welker COULDNT be megatron even tho he IS megatron........because Prassila Queen of The Desert was going to be playing the voice of megatron
There's digging for the truth and getting answers, and then there's your approach. Yours is "RUSH 'EM AND PRAY!" and that's not how journalism worth a damn works.
Oh, and things like asking him what cheese he liked? Humor. Plain and simple. Don't know satire when you see it?
Class and intelligence will go a long way, rather than gonzo journalism covered by idiots like TMZ.
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