If you were on camera for a whole day, would you change your act?
For the most part no....except I would maybe stand up straigh and suck in my gut...you have to presentable you know?
No I would be the same person , rather or not I came off strange or boring. If you put on an act you have to keep on acting that way, and that would totally drive me insane.
There is nothing to change, except I don't think I would like to be on camera while changing clothes or or going to the bathroom...
This is a really good question. One that makes you think....so here goes. It kinda goes along with the statement live as if you may die tomorrow and most people answer that knowing they may need to straighten up their acts...be kinder, spend more time with family, etc.
So, if I had to live in front of the camera? For the most part I like me, but there are some things that I do not like....some habits that I would like to part with.... so if I had to live in front of a camera it just may be the first step in allowing me changing those habits.
I think i would at first just because i would be aware of the camera and i think it would make me uncomfortable so i would behave a bit unnaturally, though as the day went on i think i would probably just forget about it and be myself again.
No...There is nothing in my actions that I am or would be ashamed for the world to see.
I hate to think what it would be like to do that all day long. For a whole day non-stop. I would be an absolute mess I am sure........
My act has been doing just fine. I do change my one-liners, though. Nobody wants to hear the same jokes every time you get up on stage.
No, I would not act differently. I believe in the old meaning of reality. Every video I do is not scripted. My photography captures life as it happens. That is the way I want myself to be captured as well.
Nope - I live my life knowing that the eyes of God are everywhere and as if anything I say or write for others to see could be broadcasted and would not be something I would regret.
No...while I am not perfection, I also do not feel a need to create an 'act' for my life.
My life is not a drama....not an act...
It is what it is..I am who I am...I strive each day to do a little more, be a little kinder, a little more thoughtful, more positive, more interested...
I would not change intentionally. I am the sort of person that just puts it out there. But I am very conscious of being watched, and I hate it, so I might act differently just from nerves unless I can forget the cameras are there.
What you see is what you get. If I change I will no longer be me.
Yeah...I'd bring out the street preacher part of me that showed up for two weeks in Amsterdam and become a televangelist with the Truth!! Lock and load with John 3:16-18!!
I would say what I like to talk about on my views.
It would be like having your voice heard nationwide and do things that you most wanted like being a celebrity for the day.
Otherwise it will just be like any day of my life.
I wouldn't call it an act, but you would see me doing many different things throught the day. Sometimes, when it's quiet, I will scream just to dee if the odor in the room changes, and see who leaves the room if it does. Then I will laugh until I need to leave the room. Moments later I am quiet as a church mouse with my mind a million miles away. My wife says I'm crazy, I get so tickled the fragrance in the room changes again.
I'm sure in a day's time, I would see something that I may say or do that I would not like and would want to change. I confess that I am not perfect and will do and say things that I must repent and ask for forgiveness for. Do I intentionally err, no; but it's highly probable that I will.
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