Most uncomfortable Trib pose ever.

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“Okay Mr. Torisky. How about you do like a wall sit against the car down real low so we can get that sign in the shot. Great! Just beautiful. Now can you hold that pose for me … why are your legs shaking? Hold that pose. Now, and I’m just thinking outloud here, how about you rest your elbow there on the side mirror. Perfect! No that doesn’t look uncomfortable at all. Natural. Now if you can just control the shaking just a bit.  Jane?  Jane, take your white silk sash and tie it around Mr. Torisky’s waist. There we go. Great. Now give me a growl. Give me TIGER! Perfect, Mr. Torisky. Just perfect! The readers of the Trib are going to LOVE this “candid” shot. [thud] Mr. Torisky? Mr. Torisky? Can you hear me Mr. Torisky? Mr. Torisky wake up … um? 911?”


  1. Awesome Comet
    July 17, 2006 10:59 am

    I think that pic should be on your homepage forever and ever amen.

  2. paperback writer
    July 18, 2006 9:58 am

    It makes my knees hurt.

  3. Barrister Jubril
    July 18, 2006 1:22 pm

    That picture is so…hot.

  4. pittgirl
    July 18, 2006 1:35 pm

    Heh. Isn’t it though?

  5. Barrister Jubril
    July 18, 2006 2:30 pm

    Hey, I know a come-hither look when I see one, particularly when the individual in question has some missing-tooth issues.

    I actually worked at this event, as well as the Pittsburgh Regatta, and, let me tell you, there were some striking differences between the two groups of attendees. I’ve never seen creepier, more inbred looking folks in my life then I saw at the Regatta (lots of folks with no/few teeth and, I shit you not, a bearded woman).

    The folks at the Grand Prix, by comparison, seemed to be mostly upper middle-class and above. Mostly well-dressed and observant of good personal hygeine. I wonder what makes the difference?