Yesterday, we had the first part of Pat Tomasulo's two-part series in his effort to turn the tables on video bombers, those people who show up in the background of TV reports and do anything to be able to say they were on TV.
Tomasulo does a feature for WGN-TV in Chicago called "The Pat-Down." What he did here was pretend to be doing a live report from a local mall, and when someone would videobomb him, call them over and say, "As long as you want to be on TV, how about come on my live broadcast" -- and then involve them in an awkward interview.
This is the second of his two-part series, though he ended up doing others, posting some online, though others made it to air.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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