There are many TV shows on the air and while some are very good, some are not so great. But one of my favorites is “The Live Telecast Cast.” Every week, a cast of hundreds of “The Live Telecast” hosts travel across America sharing tips, tricks, and their own personal stories. Each week, the cast of hosts and guests take turns answering a series of questions, discussing topics, and sharing their favorite memories and experiences.
The Live Telecast Cast is not without its flaws. For one, the hosts are not always very good at their job. There are some hosts that make me cringe, like the guy who claims he’s not a chef, the guy who is talking about his experience with the internet, or the guy who has been asking questions about the recent earthquake in Japan. But the really bad hosts are the ones who are making me cringe because the questions are so ridiculous.
I’ve heard some people complain that the hosts are a little too overbearing. I think its their job to be a little overbearing and annoying, but I do have to admit that I like the way they can ask questions while being friendly. The problem that I have is that the questions can seem very trivial. If I asked myself about the latest Japanese earthquake, I’d be sure to mention the one that happened just a few weeks ago. But, I can’t help myself.
If you ask about the latest earthquake in Japan, you are likely to get a lot of “uh, what happened?” answers.
A lot of people think that this is just an issue because people ask these questions to get instant answers, but I think it is more due to the way the questions are asked. When someone asks me about a certain topic I do my best to answer them with some detail, but if I am trying to give the same thing in a different way, I can only help them get more specific.
It is quite common for people to ask about a particular issue to get information that is a bit more specific than their questioner thinks is appropriate. It happens, for instance, when a family is discussing their upcoming children’s education. When the kids are asking about the day they are going to get married, the parents don’t ask about the date they are going to get married, they ask about their upcoming nuptials.
This is a good example of this, yet again, because the question is actually quite specific, but the information provided is not. I think this is due to the fact that this is an issue that has been debated for years, but nobody has really thought to address in their question. The problem is that when we ask someone a question, they automatically assume that the information provided is exactly what is needed.
This is a problem for many people though, because it is exactly what is needed. So, we asked our question about a year ago and were told that the date would be announced in a couple of weeks. This is what caused me to go on a “You’re going to get married on X date? It’s just not possible” rant. I had assumed that the information provided would be exactly what we needed, but it was not.
When you ask a question of someone, then expect that that information will be exactly what is needed. So, we asked our question about a year ago and were told that the date would be announced in a couple of weeks. This is what caused me to go on a Youre going to get married on X date Its just not possible rant. I had assumed that the information provided would be exactly what we needed, but it was not.
Well this is more of a rant and not really a rant. I am not going to sit here and say that I am surprised that it is not possible to ask your question in a way that is expected, and that it happened again. I am not saying that I am happy that we are not asking a question that is expected, but I am saying that I am surprised that it happened again.