The Stuff People Experience When on Guam
I was reading this article about a guy named George Mallet: Milwaukee Talks: WTMJ-4 anchor/reporter George Mallet. He was interviewed and part of his interview was about some time he spent in Guam.
Here’s some of the interview:
OMC: I read that you worked in Guam. Really?
GM: Yes, I was working at NBC, and there was a foreign editor there who had started his career in Guam. I wanted to be a reporter, and he said, “Go to Guam.” He called up the news director, and I talked to him over the phone and sent him a tape.
OMC: How old were you then?
GM: It was 1988, so I was 23. I went to Guam, but I didn’t stay there long. TV there was absolutely horrible. I didn’t know anything, but I went in the control room one day and the producer and the director were smoking a bong. I wasn’t a puritan, but I wasn’t going to end up with any useful tape there, so I cut my losses.
I love it. What’s your story that you remember about Guam?