One of the Hollywood Bowl screeners - you know, the ones shining flashlights in all our picnic baskets - caught the guy ahead of me carrying a video camera into AFI's Movie Musicals last night. The screener ordered the guy to find the security counter and turn in his equipment, then turned to inspect the next bags.
Right. I'm sure this guy did the honorable thing, shuffling sideways through a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd, surrendering his camera to a nameless temp. He would never zig-zag to another ticketing turnstile, camera still in hand, so he could capture a bit of the show for the YouTubers. Never. Not even over the rainbow.