Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Worst photoshop job of all time

This photo was actually posted on the SUN website. Yes, on a news website. You know, where journalists work. Making news.  (It has now mysteriously disappeared, however, not unlike some of their former excellent program hosts).  My buddy Theo Caldwell says he can remember when this snap was taken. Cuz he was in it. Try to guess where he was standing. No, really, try. You'll never guess.

For the love of all that's truthful and classy, can't you guys at SUN even try? Oy vay.

This kind of reminds me of a recent family photo:

I am, of course, on the far left (no wonder my girls are so beautiful!)


  1. Yep poor form.
    What I really want to know is what the heck is the MP for Melbourne doing there??? (Second in on the right side)

  2. Sorry, meant to post this link with the above comment

  3. That's hilarious! I wonder what Ezra Levant would think about his double being a green government bureaucrat!

    As for SUN, TAKE A NEW GROUP PHOTO, for crying out loud! I absolutely despair for conservatism in general and SUN News Network in particular. They want to be taken seriously as professional journalists, on a national (and international) level, and they pull stupid crap like this.

    The photo was taken on ribbon-cutting day in April, 2011, and the photoshopped guy didn't start working for them until LATER THAT SUMMER. Seriously, should the words "photoshop" and "journalism" even appear in the same sentence?

    Not only that, but who did the cut and paste job? (Probably the same guy or gal who does the proofreading and came up with "Who's body is it, anyways?") My grade-school kids could do a better photo shop job than this. What hillbillies.