December 27, 2008

5 minutes of fame (?)

In the middle of the day on Christmas Eve I had my 5 minutes of fame as I was interviewed by the BBC about how the economic crisis is affecting people. If you care to listen, select the December 24, 2008 podcast at their site. I think they were looking for more controversy than I managed to provide, but after having been wildly misrepresented (in how I felt concerning the war in Iraq) in the Wall Street Journal some years ago, I've been very careful to speak my mind rather than be led into seeming agreement with something I don't agree with, or fomenting controversy where none exists. So if you want to hear me speaking my mind on the economic crisis, via cell phone (which I hate using due to the disembodied feeling I find it induces), complete with the ums and ahs and other artifacts of brain / mouth / cell phone coordination, click away! I'm right at the top of the hour.

Tobias Stanislas Haller BSG

4 comments:

Erika Baker said...

Well done, Tobias! And good to hear your voice!

Elizabeth Kaeton said...

Well done, darling. You done us proud.

Brian R said...

Yes, well done, good, considered thoughts. It continues to amaze me that I (downunder in Australia) can listen, when it suits me, to your voice speaking to an announcer in the UK. Hope you did get what you needed for Christmas :-0

Bryan Owen said...

Excellent job, Tobias!