Here’s another blast from the past. On the last broadcast of the semester in April 1999, for some reason I was the guest weatherman on the KBYU News. I don’t remember whose idea it was or how it came about. I was the editor in chief of The Daily Universe by then, and we worked closely with the TV people, so I guess it was synergy in action.
It wasn’t scripted; instead, you’d just watch the monitor in the camera and read the numbers off the screen, making you no more a meteorologist than the people at home doing the same thing. At the 1:32 mark, the numbers leave the screen and I realize I was warned about this and that I failed to glance at the last couple stats I would need before they disappeared, like I was supposed to. So instead I make something up.
Note: I don’t know what the anchorwoman’s name is (Joanna something) or what the deal is with my sweater.
Also note: They told me to take off my glasses so they wouldn’t get a glare off the lights.
Final note: I found this on the same tape as “Venus Envy.” What additional wonders will this old VHS tape hold??