Thursday, October 08, 2009

one day until the boss leaves for Frankfurt Book Fair

Oh look! Someone made a video of my office!

14 comments:

_*Rachel*_ said...

That was absolutely hilarious! And I've listen to songs from that performance over and over again, it's so good.

JES said...

I hope RTP knows that Europeans frown on stirring one's coffee with anything more... more interesting than a demitasse spoon.

Pamala Knight said...

Is there any way that some surreptitious video surveillance equipment could be hidden on Robert's person? I'm sure that the footage could be mined for a very long time with precious little bon mots and funny situations.

Hope he has a safe and fun trip.

Word verificiation: mouse (wonder how Sylvester Antonio is faring? Especially with his surrogate mother trying to shield him and his surrogate father trying to murder him-OH, sounds like the plot to a very intriguing romantic suspense,huh? LOL)

magolla said...

Party On!
*Hawaiian 'hang loose' wave*

Sarah Laurenson said...

I love Les Mis. *sigh*

Funluvinchick said...

Wow...Your office mates sing fantastically!

Ello said...

oh my gosh - just got sucked in watching the rest of the videos. And just cried again over A little fall of rain when Eponine dies. Bwah! I love Les Mis.

bashtree said...

dude...I gotta get into publishing. Although I could do without the funny clothes...

pacatrue said...

I really, really hope all the men wear ascots.

Ulysses said...

Hm. Around here we feel the same way about ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. Unfortunately, we don't have that kind of harmony at our disposal.

sex scenes at starbucks said...

Ditto ascots.

Novice Writer Anonymous said...

Love Les Mis. Sigh. Thanks for the video. Don't have too much fun when RtP is gone.

Laurel said...

Ello: Me, too! Turned into quite a time suck for me today.

AND THEN. After I bought the Les Mis soundtrack on iTunes (been meaning to for ages and ages) that boy I married comes home and says, "Ugh. I hate opera."

He is otherwise musically astute, I assure you. He does like a couple of numbers from Camelot and West Side Story. It could be worse.

The kids, on the other hand, were delighted. They particularly enjoyed Master of the House. Their pleasure manifested as a dizzying bout of hand-holding spinning in the kitchen.

Shane said...

Is this book fair on at the same time every year?

I wanted to go, but have been so overwhelmed with projects that it totally slipped my mind!