Was that you, John J
? Can't hear your falsetto over the web.
I know enough now to no longer nose-in to warn people for mistakes they're about to commit if it's not obviously critical or fatal. God know how many snarky and angry retorts I've had to endure for being good-intentioned. Doubtless the cameraman knew the same.
Besides, to correct/warn somebody before a mistake makes itself obviously clear requires the assumption that your own technique is the one-and-only correct way to do something. It's better to just hang back and watch (to learn a possibly better way, or in this case watch hilarity ensue).
So it's great that you empathize with the victim, John J
, but nobody buys your high-and-mighty act.Edited by DtEW - 4/9/10 at 3:28pm