Sunday, June 17, 2012
Why is it that whenever a person slips an identity card (such as a press badge) over their neck, it invariably flips over every few seconds - and thus – conceals the name and status of the individual?
For me, it always happens like clockwork every few seconds whenever I am an attendee at a Film Festival or – let’s say – at a special event at a Convention Center.
Maybe we need a new “mouse trap” (so to speak!).
Is it possible for some clever individual to design a badge – on a strap – that won’t flip over?
I have one idea.
How about a metal weight at the bottom edge of the pass?
Or, maybe a bit of sticky stuff could be applied sparingly on the back, to ensure it remains flat on the body?
Just betcha there’s at least a million bucks in it for the person who comes up with a novel solution to the pesky problem.
If you come up with an idea, get in touch, eh?
I’m tired of getting slapped in the face whenever a stiff wind blows in from the North (or wherever!).