Originally Posted by LabelKing
Truly. I've always detested the sterility of overly restored places. There needs a certain amount of the unwholesome, sordid, and patina.
which is what makes places like Istanbul interesting.
It's sordid. I remember thinking something had changed in the media, when the circus erupted around this case.
I think it's not a coincidence that 'reality tv' was concurrently getting a serious bite in the market, for example with shows like MTV's Real World.
I usually use Verdana, sometimes Tahoma, for on-screen proportional fonts. for fixed-width, I use Courier New.
many of the popular TrueType fonts are designed primarily for print, and just don't read well on a monitor, IMO
Originally Posted by Bradford
If ET really wants to do something about this, why not actually hire a correspondent or host who does not fit the Hollywood standards of beauty rather than just making someone up to look that way.
because then nobody would watch. it's a funny self-reflexive problem.