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April 18, 2023


Susan Bennett

Dear PT- This made me smile. As always your observations are accurate and well written. 😊 XO

Susan Sullivan

Always an acute observer of everything around you. Hope you're healing well.

Paul A Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

Thanks, Susan,
Some veneers appear natural, others like those worn by CNN Alison Camerota are high beams. Last night it appeared that every woman on her show wore them. I guess this is botox for the teeth!

David Connor

You nailed it!
Great piece (pun intended)

Rita Towsner

Hi Paul,
I'm always uncomfortable seeing the women newscasters wearing sleeveless dresses in the dead of winter. What's that about?
Rita Towsner

Bill Pignato

Very good one Paul

Gerard McMahon

Well said, the news is like a Hollywood show with the way they dress and their teeth and hair!

Paul A Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

I kept noting how so CNN many reporters used ‘adornments’ to enhance their appearance. When their teeth/veneers became, at least for me, so unnaturally prominent in their appearance, I got out my notebook.
Thanks for your comment

Paul A Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

More to think about when female anchors in studio have bare arms. Has that style showing skin become a marketing/ratings point? And yes It does seem out of such when we New Englanders watch TV during the winter.
I’ll bet there has been tons of market research to determine who wears what on the set.
Thanks for the observant comment.

Paul A Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

While doing research, I found this story on Fox News story, of all places, way back in 2015!

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