Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Michael White, President and CEO, DIRECTV

Nice American hair. Confident ball-busting stare. Let's pretend not to notice the THINGS.



We've spotted five THINGS. How many THINGS can you count? And what animal do you get if you join the things?

10 comments:

GigerPunk said...

I count 6, I think that's one showing in silouette on his left, unless that's the bottom of a very strange earlobe...
Also, I'm thinking wig and would look like a proper east-end hardman that no-one would dare mess with if he just cut it all short.
Nice collar though, very crisp and neat.
Well done sir.

Anonymous said...

Moley moley moley... is that 2, 3 & 4?

Anonymous said...

I don't think it's a wig, I think it's just a bad dye job.

1. bad dye job
2. wierd crease in his nose
3. multiple moles
4. appears to be missing his left ear
5. looks to be in the throes of a mini stroke.

Trilby said...

He doesn't seem to take after his brother Barry.

Anonymous said...

6. Toupee.

Anonymous said...

Not sure which animal you get... a mole maybe?

Anonymous said...

A giraffe?

Anonymous said...

my name is Patrick Hurst at springfild ma 01104 I am not to happy with you becuse you are taking some tv shows and not puting them on and was watching them. This is not Right for what you are do for custmers Like me Like watch tv shows. Can you please put it back on thank you

Anonymous said...

teeth missing?
bad breath?
Or just too yellow to get clean?
forget the moles, it's the teeth.

I would ask the photographer why he didn't want to show his teeth and smile?

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