Last Prankster Standing Banksy Strikes Again, Bristol (UK) in an Uproar

 

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Note: Denny Hatch personally replies to all correspondence. Readers Respond & Debate “How to Deal with the Media,” published June 22, 2006. “Beware of the taped TV interview. A suck-up reporter will show up with a camera crew and will ask a lot of questions that make you feel very important. The result will be a one-sentence sound bite taken out of context designed to buttress the producer’s biased agenda or be the one dissenting opinion amidst a blizzard of verbiage from the other side. Either way, you’ll look like a jerk. When asked to do a TV interview, I always reply, ‘I don’t do sound


Last Prankster Standing Banksy Strikes Again, Bristol (UK) in an Uproar

Writing in Wired, Jeff Howe gleefully called the shadowy British graffitist, Banksy, “the most wanted man in the art world.” In this dreary politically correct world, Banksy’s pranks represent catnip for the rest of us. Banksy’s finest work to date has got the entire city of Bristol, England, his hometown, into a lather over whether it should go or stay. A Brief History of Pranksters Jim Moran (1907-1999). I remember seeing press agent James Sterling (Jim) Moran when he was a guest on Jack Paar’s late-night talk show, where I used to be an NBC page, hired to squeeze fat tourists into thin seats. The bearded, deadpan Moran