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Sep 6th 2007

I've never come across that,but I have found out that I'm one of the world's most accomplished soccer players.

Apparently, I am a highly qualified, constantly publishing, neuro-nano-scientist. I never knew I was so smart. Or so busy.

Sep 6th 2007

I remember my younger brother was a very tall black man who was a crusading Assistant District Attourney in San Francisco. So that was exciting.

Sep 6th 2007

Your family must have been proud. I'm also a juggler and a physicist. Where do I find the time?

Sep 6th 2007

Okay, I am, apparently, director of the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and associate professor in the Department of African/Afro-American Studies. I'm also the only Scottish player to score in three World Cups (all before I was born!) . . . and myself from several years ago, when I used to still write reviews on Amazon.com.

Sep 6th 2007

I'm a well-known British parenting expert.

Sep 6th 2007 edited

I was a college professor jazz flute player, but then I got married. Then I became a designer of a line of mother-of-the-bride dresses.

Sep 6th 2007 edited

KarenM's just being modest. She really is a famous author.

Sep 7th 2007

Is that really our KarenM?

Sep 7th 2007

Yup.

Sep 12th 2007

So, my brother just turned me on to this blog, in which an actual lawyer dissects the liability that Dunder-Mifflin would have for every one of Michael's HR catastrophes. She evaluates the events of "Women's Appreication" at more than $1 000 000.

Sep 12th 2007

I just followed the TO's link to Amazon. Sorry about slightly underrepresenting Africa.

Sep 12th 2007

Sorry about slightly underrepresenting Africa.

Let that happen one more time and you will receive a full disadulation. You've been warned.

Sep 12th 2007

Sorry about slightly underrepresenting Africa.

Maybe attending a Diversity Day seminar will help you get a better understanding of different cultures. You should contact Mr. Brown and make that happen.

Sep 12th 2007

At least I didn't slightly misrepresent Africa.

Sep 12th 2007

Mr. Brown

Don't fall for that. I almost called him that.

Sep 12th 2007

I did a couple of cool (I think) e-mail interviews yesterday, one with the ladies from The Office Alliance podcast that was identical to the one some folks here helped me out with, and one with Nate from Sweet Diss & the Comebacks, who wrote two very cool homages to this fine show. You can see them here. Just thought you might enjoy them.

Oct 1st 2007

This is embarrassing, but I have to share this. Your constructive compliments are appreciated. And before you say it, I already realize I'm more Kevin Malone than Jim Halpert.

Oct 1st 2007 edited

Aw, you said wiggins! Awesome job. I'm sure it must be weird to sort of have a conversation with a computer screen, but I think you did well. You didn't look at the 'camera' as often as your colleague, but all in all, I think it's cool.

Is that your office? I love the people coming in and out in the background. Now all you need is the constant ringing of telephones and it would feel like a 'real' newspaper office. Well, and it wouldn't hurt to have Dustin and Robert running around there somewhere.

(Awesome!)

(eta: You are not Kevin.)

Oct 1st 2007

You looked nervous, but you didn't look like Kevin :-)

If I didn't love music and kids so much, journalism would probably be my next option. That looks like a lot of fun! How often are you going to make those?

Your coworker really liked Karen. I bet you were thinking about us when you said he'd be making some enemies. I can see where she's coming from, but I still don't like her!

Oct 1st 2007

You don't look like Kevin. You are a little bit babyfaced, though. I think if you and I stood next to each other, people might guess I was older.

Oct 1st 2007

Ah! You have a New York accent! I guess I never thought about that. Excellent job.

Oct 1st 2007

You have a New York accent! I guess I never thought about that.

That gets me every time, too. I always just sort of hear everybody's voice in my head with no accent at all. Sometimes I like to trip out on what Mixed Berries must sound like, though. That would be even more of a head-spinner than Brian.

Oct 1st 2007

Aww, I'll have to wait till I get home.

Oct 1st 2007

You have a New York accent! I guess I never thought about that.

What are you tawking about, mate?

Thanks. I was nervous. Not sure why. It went much better than my worst fears, though I blanked on the next episode. And I couldn't remember what the redhead's name was. We're going to do this weekly, so many opportunities to laugh at my expense. Oh, and wiggins and the Karen reference were all about here. I meant to give a proper shout-out but I forgot.

(Repeat after me: talk slower, look at the camera, talk slower, look at the camera...)

Oct 1st 2007

It will get better with practice. I used to act and when I first started I talked too fast, but with practice you get comfortable and it goes away.

Oct 1st 2007

Now, you seem like a person, Brian. Not just a name next to words on the screen. I think you seemed less nervous towards the end of the video. Overall, I think you did a good job!

Oct 1st 2007

Brian, I am interrupting your shunning of me to tell you that was awesome.

Oct 1st 2007

It was a faux shunning anyway. So now you're awesome. No backsies.

Oct 1st 2007

Wanna go halfsies on a Snickers?

Oct 1st 2007

I finally saw it and it was good! I like the way you say Baldwin. The people walking in the background were funny. I kept expecting someone to stop behind you guys and start doing the running man or something.

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