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Bloopers: The Lighter Side of ASI-TV

Filed under: Video

Here at ASI, we film thousands of hours of video most of which ends up on the cutting room floor never to see the light of day … until now!

Ladies and gentlemen, ASICentral Team Blog is proud to present to you Bloopers: Not Seen on ASI-TV! which contains some of our most outrageous and hysterical video outtakes from the past year. Don’t miss:

  • The Joe Show’s Joe Haley wearing a hot, sexy gold jacket two sizes too small (must’ve been cold in the studio that day, eh Joe?! Oooh!)
  • Advantages’ Editor Kathy Huston befuddled yet again by technology (yes, Kathy, the red light on the camera does mean it’s recording)
  • Counselor Managing Editor Andy Cohen doing his stoic best to remain serious among his goofier colleagues

And the highlight that brings it all home …

  • Editor in Chief Melinda Ligos showing off her cheerleading chops with a cute little dance routine to the tune of, what else but “Dancing Queen” by ABBA.

DO NOT MISS IT!

– CuttingCrew


1 Comment

  1. Hafed Says:

    Hi,I wanted to ask you about the issue of ficnianal support.There is much discussion about sending money (mainly amongst foreign men sending to Thai women).Some say they would never do it and seem happy that they have a relationship with someone who doesn’t ask for it or need it.Others who are happy to help out where they can and still more who seem to send thousands and thousands of Baht every month and then complain that their partners are moneygrabbers’I know my girlfriends family all send their mum (she had 12 children in all) a little every month when they can, I send some to help supplement her income, sometimes adding a little for mum too.She tells me of friends who have foreign partners that send anything up to 70,000 baht every month!How has this come about? Is it really a traditional thing for a man to give his wife or girlfriend money every month?Or are we all being tricked into a rent-a-wife’ scheme?I have to say it’s not really a problem for me, circumstances have led us to our present arrangement and everybody is much better off because of it.I just wondered if you could give your views on the whole sponsorship’ phenomenon.From a cultural point of view I can see why some western people would regard this kind of arrangement as hmmm not sure quite how to phrase this maybe a little sordid?Realistically it’s no different to what goes on in many relationships, splitting the bills, arranging the finances, is all pretty normal but it seems to be a lot more emotive when it’s a Thai-Farang relationship for some reason.

    Saturday October 20, 2012

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