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Haha, this is great stuff! He looks absolutely plastered!!
As for the Giants recievers smoking it up, i can believe that for sure, especially Manningham. I've literally given up on understanding what he's saying when i hear him interviewed on the Giants home page.
Maybe that's because English isn't my first language, but the version he's speaking sure doesn't sound like regular English to me!
Holy **** he looks lit. Like fresh off of 1. I know alot of these guys smoke but I never understood why smoke right before an interview, or just get that high anyway. I smoke all the time, and before important things such as classes or whatever it may be but I know when it's time to call it quits and pull myself together for wheverver I'm going, or make sure I smoked early enough to where I'm coming down by that time.
But maybe it's that these guys can afford that high grade weed where it doesn't even matter, but he looks blowed out of his mind and it was hard for him to even get a sentence out without chuckling with his eyes half closed.
A) These guys smoke super fire, so just one bowl on the drive in to clas...the studio is enough to walk in lit.
B) A lot of guys get really nervous with a mic and camera in their face and it helps to be high so they can start joking around and not get focused on the camera...at least that's why we let people blaze on their way to set. Plus coming into an interview you'll be handled better in the interview if you're nice and friendly and having a good time with the interviewer and crew, showing up high helps some folks with that.
I know I have mini-panic attacks when I just have to talk in front of a class, although when I'm blazed and part of a dialogue instead of presenting a speed I'm able to deliver my beliefs much more fully, calmly and confidently without any of that terror that public speaking can often entail and while I might forget some pieces and start to misspeak once or twice, but losing unimportant details and one or two misfires on words can definitely be worth the lack of a panic attack when it comes to presenting and selling myself.
All of that said, unless there's public speaking involved I won't smoke if it's something important.
Why light up right before an interview? How stupid can you be? Im talking about Bradshaw btw.
But yeah, if you light one up before a job interview then thats pretty ******** too.
*shrug* I would never blaze before a job interview, but I understand that there's some people who get calmed down a lot and even though they're high they're still able to be eloquent, thoughtful and impressive. I can tell you that depending on how sure you are of what you're going into an interview/presentation/speech to say, blazing can be anything from a horrible decision to a great one. I often play through any pitch/presentation/speech countless times in my head so that I know exactly what's important for me to say, why it's important and how to go about moving through the important parts, so all the presentation is execution. And execution on Camera is all about getting calm, comfortable and relaxed so that you don't freak yourself out, it's hard to deny that blazing can help with that.
*disclaimer* I am not approving of or promoting any illegal acts, just trying to share my experience as a stoner, with stoners, with cameras and with stoners on camera.
*second* please don't ban me, just delete my posts instead...pwease!!!1!!11111111