June 28, 2006
Fox News Appearance
A few months ago Fox News showed up at my command to do a piece on the difficulty of tracking diesel submarines, a chore the US Navy has made public since China is buying up Russian Kilo class boats to support the failing post world empire. Fox wanted to go on an actual US submarine to show the audience the training involved with diesel submarine tracking but the boat schedules didn't jive with Fox's limited shoot time so they came to the next best thing- a submarine training command.
The segment of my command is a very small part of the segment but I was fortunate enough to be a talking head to propel the Bush War Machine forward in its efforts to keep China's hands out of Taiwan's cookie jar. The segment is linked below but if you aren't a fan of the Fox then just watch it because I'm freakin in it. Other than the Wheel of Fortune episode I was in this is the only other television time I have experienced. Well, that's not totally true- I got back at 2:45 a.m. this morning from a Boeing mini movie shoot for their Future Combat Systems division but I will talk more about that later. I got to dress up in camo gear and hold a MK-203 grenade launcher. I felt like a BAMF.
Here is the link: The Best Interview in the History of Interviews
* Badass mother fucker
Posted by Trickish Knave at 10:27 AM