What can fans expect from your May 14 concert?
It’s always the same thing. I bring songs with me, and musicians, and hopefully we bring those songs to life. I think fans can just expect a good time.
You had a hand in choosing the front act, (YouTube sensation) Zendee, for the Manila leg of…
Beautiful excerpt from Jason Mraz’s 93 Million Miles
Photographed by The Sartorialist in New York
THE SUPER ACCURATE SNIPER SCOPE
This one’s common. I do it myself but only because most audiences don’t understand how bullets track. It’s the scene where we’re looking through the sniper’s scope and the crosshairs land on the intended quarry square on his or her head. There it is the president, the Queen mum, the guy who made it off of Survivor island and the posts are placed right on their kissers. This might work if the sniper was standing thirty yards away. But the problem is that bullets don’t fire in a flat, straight line. The longer a bullet is in flight the slower it begins to travel and the more it loses altitude. This is called “the drop”. A sniper must take into account the drop, the temperature, barometric pressure and wind direction and velocity when lining up a money shot. So, over a long distance you want to have your crosshairs above the target. If all is right under God’s heavens then the bullet will then “drop” where you want it. I cover this one by having my shooters mention this aspect of long range sniping. And never aim for the head. You want a “center shot” or chest shot.