You can’t exactly do it from your hotel room. It’s the weather; you’ve got to get out in it. You’re telling people that there are 70 mile-per-hour winds. So it’s like, ‘Let’s prove it.’
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When we run out of them upstairs, I’ve been known to appropriate some from our greenroom, pocketing a few with one hand as I smile and greet our guests with the other. One time, Dave Zinczenko of ‘Eat this, Not That!’ fame, busted me in the act. The cookies apparently fall in the ‘not that’ category. I made a note of it.
UC Merced is the University of California’s newest campus and lies among farm fields in the San Joaquin Valley, 2 1/2 hours east of San Francisco and not far from where I spent most of my childhood. It’s a part of California that has suffered deeply from the recession with high unemployment and a skyrocketing home foreclosure rate.
There’s no experience like going down an empty freeway toward a hurricane and then looking in the opposite lane and seeing bumper-to-bumper traffic, people fleeing that scene. Or going to a toxic spill and seeing people go the other way. You talk yourself into thinking you’re invincible in order to do that.
The problem with being a journalist is you go places and you’re working. You don’t get to appreciate everything. But I got enough of a sampler of South Africa; I thought, ‘I want to come here when I don’t have to interview people for a living so that I can really enjoy it.’ Because I think it was just a magnificent place.
|Birth:||8th March, 1959|
|Profession:||Anchor, Journalist, Musician|
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