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Offline pjcomix

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VIDEO: Indian vs Indian at Davos with DIZZYING Graphics
« on: January 22, 2023, 11:47:07 AM »
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The sparks flew during this interview in Davos between an India Today journalist and an Indian economist. However, it was hard (at least for an American) to pay attention due to the incredibly DIVERTING moving graphics going on all around them. Do people in India have a different attention filter than Americans because those graphics were making me dizzy? Yeah, we have moving graphics on American TV but not so annoyingly overwhelming as they seem to have in India.

One thing that stood out for me in this interview was the way the economist pronounced "Tik-Tok." Even the flashy graphics couldn't bury that moment.

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Offline Drafe Hoblin

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Re: VIDEO: Indian vs Indian at Davos with DIZZYING Graphics
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2023, 12:06:06 PM »
Yeah, it felt like an English-language 'hotel' syndication of the normal Indian-language news coverage.

Non-Indian viewers aren't in the Country that long, and are stereotypically supposed to be used-to splashy, targeted, low-IQ commercialism.
Watch more television.