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This morning (10/11/2015) while other family members of mine were watching ABC's 'Good Morning America' I overheard one of the ladies talking about her dancing and shortly after it showed a short clip of her and some other co-worker (I'm guessing) dancing at work. Moments after that, one of the other gentlemen reporting with her, (he was standing on the far left end of the bench table in a black suit) said something along the lines of -'You're dancing looks like you're having a seizure'. My occupation is child care, and recently an 18 month old boy had his first seizure while I was watching him. Seizures are nothing- NOTHING to joke about. They are scary and nerve wracking to witness, and I can only imagine the terror of them when experiencing them. Within seconds of his first remark, the same man who told his co-worker that her dancing looked like she was seizing, then told her that her hormones were the cause of tears at a sappy love commercial. I'm extremely disappointed that this man was allowed to make such inappropriate remarks on air in front of thousands of people this morning. Both of these remarks were made within 1 minute- 60 seconds of each other. Why is this allowed to be aired on our screens; in front of thousands of little kids, who are taking this information in and then believing its okay to say these things about and to other people? It's not okay and there needs to be a stop to it.
Suggestion of hiring student photographer for wedding
If GMA only realized how many weddings have been goofed by "amateur" and student photographers, they would NEVER recommend hiring a student photographer for one of the most special days in people's lives. Weddings are not a time for practice and experimenting. Please let wedding photography to the professionals who rely on it for their income. They have to pay insurance and carry back up equipment and have the know how to shoot the pictures the couple wants and not fumble around and waste time and effort to get so so pictures.
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