Seriously, can you take Anderson Cooper seriously? Look at those brooding lips. That far-off gaze that says, "I can see something profound. You cannot, but I can help you." The hands on hips: "What I'm seeing is disturbing. It is not normal. This is called 'news.'" The gray hair: "I am wise beyond my years. I look vaguely ex-military, therefore I am to be trusted." The choice of shirt: "I am in the field. My sleeves are rolled up. I am a working man. I am not the son of a world-famous fashion designer."