Re: Charlie Brooker's Wiping again
I thought Jon was just trying to rile Charlie up at first, but by the end it genuinely seemed like he didn't want to be there. I've seen people defending him by saying he's a news anchor and was interrogating Charlie as he would a politician, but if that's the case then he was doing a really poor job of it. How many times did Charlie start that sentence about the interface problem with games only to be cut short so Jon could complain about some random nonsense in the game? If the interviewee can't get his point across because the interviewer mistook a megaphone for a gun then the interviewer was doing a bad job.
...so many different suns...
"No one is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away." - The immortal Terry Pratchett