All this makes me think of is this:
Actually, it makes me think of the Steve Martin performance where he handles a heckler by saying this. But I cannot find a clip of that.
Oops. That’s not an un-Gif image! Hold on…
Wrong thread, Rich! :P
Oops. Anyone else feel weird?
I figured it was just a un-GIF dressed up for Halloween.
Sometimes you really need a hyphen.
Students get first-hand job experience.
Students get first hand-job experience.
Just make sure you know how to use that thing.
Dammit, they edited it.
What does that image have to do with eager students?
I couldn’t figure this out at first either, but then looking again, I think @TranquilityBase was just pointing out that the students receiving their first hand jobs (lol) were “eager students” according to the first line in the article.
I still, however, don’t understand what the news picture of the 8 dead and 13 hurt in a terror attack is about though.
Check the background. Specifically, the fact that the reporters are both standing in front of the same van :)
Isn’t it fairly common for multiple news reporters to be standing in around the same area and reporting on a big event? In the movies at least, always just outside the police lines?
IIRC CNN did this before. Two reporters right next to each other in the same parking lot. Talking to each other like they were in two completely different locations.