Vampires in daylight?
For the last month or so, I've been seeing these horrible, horrible bus ads for some local morning TV show, but I haven't been able to get a decent picture of them. Yesterday, I finally succeeded.
There it is to the right, in all of its creepy glory. Note the tag line: "Dangerously habit forming."
Of course, what you really want is to see the photo up close and horrible:
I didn't know vampires showed up on film, but perhaps this is a new and improved breed.
Did nobody at the station look at this and think "Damn, that's a creepy photo"? Maybe it's just because I don't watch any television that this bothers me so much... but I doubt it.
rusto, on Thursday, May 22, 2003 at 8:21 AM:
Ewww, Stepford Talking Heads!
rfkj, on Thursday, May 22, 2003 at 8:46 AM:
What amount of airbrushing is required before a photo can no longer really be considered a photo?
What I really want to know is, in what way do they think that the picture supports the tag, or vice versa? They're not dressed up as bags of coke or cans of Mountain Dew or anything. Or are they implying that that dude is pimping? The only habit I'd want to form is the habit of staying as far away from these people and their television show as I possibly can.