Sunday, 25 March 2007

One, lucky, still-dry, television reporter. On a effrayé, ce journaliste de télévision, que la pluie viendrait.


In February, St. John Ambulance Australia S.A., launched it's 2007 Recruitment Campaign to increase the number of volunteers within it's organization.
This TV news reporter from Adelaide's Channel Nine visited the Unley, St. John's branch to publicize this most worthwhile campaign.
His facial expression changed somewhat when he noticed Adelaide Daily Photo's mild mannered reporter, up-staging Channel 9. The result was that he had to repeat his spiel a couple more times to suit the international audience that he wasn't expecting.
The rains started just as I left and he didn't get his suit wet. How lucky was that!

11 comments:

lynn said...

Il PLEUT, en Australie? Zut alors!

Miaowwww, we're huuuuungreeeee, Monsieuuuuuurrrrr, they are purrrrrrring......

M.Benaut said...

Merci, Lynn, vous m'avez donné tellement l'effroi, la soirée
passée, que j'ai alimenté ces chats damnés, tôt ce soir,!!!
And yes, We had about half an inch or more. I suspect that we won't necessarily have any more for a while other than for purely conversation purposes, and scaring TV reporters away.

Nathalie said...

Nous avons eu un gros orage a Sydney aujourdhui aussi!!

M.Benaut said...

It would be wonderful to capture the gros orage, (big storm) in Sydney to show us on Sydney Daily Snap.
Perhaps one needs a waterproof camera n'est-ce pas?

alice said...

It's raining every day?! Quick! Come in Brittany! And there is a little work to do for you on my blog...

M.Benaut said...

I don't need any excuses to rush across, Alice. I will be there in deux minutes, sans parapluie!!!

Mme Benaut said...

Bonjour mes amis, bonjour! Marie and I are going shopping now ...
Did I tell you that Marie's husband works for Channel 9 and is in Melbourne covering the World Swimming Championships? (well, producing the 9 coverage actually).
Nathalie - we are in Beauty Point. Where are you?
Je t'aime M.B, je t'aime. Donnez mes chats grand bissous pour moi. N'oublieras pas to FEED les chats. xxx

M.Benaut said...

Bonjour, chéri. Tous les chats sont extérieurs attrapant quelques rats ! !

Mme Benaut said...

Bonjour mon cheri. C'est bien ca (pour les chats). Marie corrected me - it is WORLD coverage of the championships - the world is using channel 9's "feed" - this is tele talk!!
Ok - off shopping now ... will phone later in the day. Je t'aime.

dijah said...

he looks very surprised to see you taking a picture of him.I wonder if it affects his photo shoot?

benaut said...

Oui Mademoiselle.
He was most distracted by the presence of the principal photographer from Adelaide Daily Photo lurking in the background.
Il a presque oublié son discours disposé!