hate when reporters write that someone was shot "multiple" times. What does "multiple" times mean? Does it confer what the writers imagine is cachet that many
does not? Does multiple
even mean many
, or does it simply mean more than onc
"Multiple times" is an ideal official expression. It's imprecise, it has lots of syllables, and it sounds vaguely impressive. Is that why impressionable reporters, easily seduced into taking on the jargon of the beats they cover, persist in using it? I've asked myself that question multiple times.
Meanwhile, here are
four some a few a collection of more than one
multiple recent noir shots by your humble blogkeeper. Interest from publishers welcome.
© Peter Rozovsky 2015
Labels: noir photos, photography, things that drive me nuts