Thursday, February 26, 2009

Smile, please!

To be honest, I haven't been able to even watch 360 these days. I am kind of stressed out. But seeing my favorite anchor really helps me feel relaxed. Seeing his smile makes me smile:)

As I said, I haven't checked out the show for the past few days, I want to ask you this. Japanese "Prime Minister," which I never want to call him this way, visited White House and had a talk with President Obama. He is the first leader to visit White House. But how many of you know this? In my opinion, I didn't like his visit. There are several reasons.
1) The U.S. invited him just before State of the Union. It looks like that America showed respect to Japan, and actually, we thought that we are highly welcomed. However, media wouldn't focus on it as much as Obama's speech. In the end, his visit didn't make a big news.
2) I don't like current happened-to-be PM. I never think he is fit for the job and he is a national embarrassment. According to one survey, his supporting rate is less than 10%. The Washington should know that he wouldn't last long. (Actually, when Hillary came, she even had a talk with the leader of the opposition party.) While our leader just enjoyed being there, the U.S. succeeded in asking a helping hand when needed.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

New Commcercial

I successfully recorded the whole commercial of AC360! Is this the one you all see all around the world?

Randi Day!

Somehow, we didn't see the annoying captions on Anderson's face for the last half hour, which allowed me to take a lot of nice pictures! To me, Anderson looks even more handsome without any captions.

Can you imagine watching the show like this for the entire hour? I really hate this.

Pinching penny is the best thing for non-superwealthy people could do during this recession. However, everybody wants to find another nicer way to make a little more out of their daily lives. Situation seem to be the same everywhere on earth. That's why people want to ask professionals and hear their opinions. I know some friends suffering from this recession. What's bothers us is that we cannot see any prospect.

Octuplet mother looking like Angelina Jolie
I stupidly visited the website of the mother. All I found was "leave comment," however we cannot see any comment left. And the donation form. It's no wonder she should ask some donation but who would do at a time when everybody is tightening our belts?

She does look like Angelina Jolie and I guess she is just as old as her.

First Lady

I always thought electing the president in the U.S. means not only choosing the leader but also choosing the king. His family is the symbol of the country. In our country, we have some princesses and they are expected to act like our role models. They wear elegant but modest clothes and engage themselves in volunteer activities all year round. In order to be one, they are educated for a long time before they get married and be a member of the royal family.

And I think the First Lady is doing the same thing. However, they are not educated by any specialist right? They decide what to wear, what to say and how to act. They are talking about her fashion, and I liked the phrase, "Clothes don't wear her, she wears the clothes." She seems to know how to make her look gorgeous, powerful, and warmhearted.

When Michelle Obama's story started and Randi Kaye started the story, I thought about the same thing. "She's doing most of the show today!"

Not only three cover stories but cross talk during Beat 360, the Shot and also 360 bulletin.

See you soon!

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


I basically liked Monday show a lot. It covered a wide range of topics, not only American politics and economics but octuplets, Michael Phelps, Michel Obama and so on.


I agree that Phelps did such a blunder. But I don't blame him at all. Everybody in the world expects to see him as a perfect man. But he is just a young boy, too crazy and too strict about training himself. He sometimes needs a break. He was talked into smoking a pipe and he did it just out of his curiosity, right? This is minor mistake compared to his extraordinary achievement as a swimmer. I understand some companies are angry about him but to me, it seems they are seeing him as brand image. He is a swimmer that everybody in the world should admire.


I'm about to make a complaint about "THE SHOT" on that day, but the picture above looks sooo cooooool:)
Anyway, I liked to see Anderson and Erica giggling about the porn in the midst of the football game. But I don't think it is a right thing for CNN to do. Some crazy guy might have done it intentionally or somebody inside the cable TV network might have made a silly mistake. But in any way, it is something the cable network are greatly regretful about. Talking the issue is either giving pleasures to the nut or insulting the TV company. Other companies should just ignore such a blunder although it is crucial for the cable company to take it serious and apologize.