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HELLO UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THIIIIIS ISSSS SMILES FOR MILES )

Unless you want the clueless public to decide who's the best dress, I suggest you message me. I'd rather have imPort submitted content about imPorts than being forced to read anything that might come from the same fingertips as that pile of bear poop disguised as a script.

[ Filtered to Woden. ]

Is what we talked about ready?

[ Filtered to Littlefinger. ]

I have something I've been working on. When are you available?

[ Filtered to Yusuke. ]

Are you still alive? I haven't heard from you in a while, and I'm running out of things to wear on TV that I like. [ ooc: mai's job is a talk show host, so if you have any ideas for a news segment (or want something your character did to have a morning segment for the possibility of that viral marketing tho) hit me up!!! ]
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[There aren't any questions about what this place is or what it's like. Utena's already gotten used to all of that. She does, however, have a question about something else that's been on her mind: employment. She flops on her new bed and turns on her device, and the network will see a zoomed in image of her eye before she stretches her arms and raises her communicator, showing her from the shoulders up]

So. The government gives us these jobs when we get here, right? But what do you do when it's something you're not cut out for? Like...

[Okay, recording like this isn't very comfortable after all. She stops and rolls over on her side, and adjusts the camera so it's focusing mostly on her face]

I'm supposed to be a teacher, sort of. Or maybe instructor is a better way to put it? ...anyway, I'm supposed to give fencing lessons now. And it's not that I'm bad at it, but...

[She bites her lip and glances away for a moment, uncertain of how much she should (or how much she even wants to) explain about the duels.]

Well, I'm not really used to "standard" fencing matches. I mean, I've fenced before, but the last time I did the rules were kind of weird, and as soon as I got used to it the game would change again. The only real advice I could give is, "hey, don't get stabbed," but that's not really good advice, is it? I mean, that's what swordfighting is all about, I guess, but...

[She sighs, and flops back on her pillow]

I'm not really sure what I should do about this. I still need to talk to them - the people who run the lessons, not the guys who gave me the job - but... I guess I'm just worried that they'll expect more from me than what I can give them. That they'll expect me to be some master fencer from a movie or storybook or something like that. Has anyone else had to deal with that? With their bosses expecting them to be something they're not, I mean.

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