Okay, actually, if I'm to be honest here, it was just some guy from Hollywood Video, calling to tell me I had some overdue DVDs, though he was obviously imitating Sean Connery, for purposes of my entertainment, I assume.
Okay, actually, if I'm to be really honest here, it was just a recording. It wasn't even an actual, live Hollywood Video employee imitating Sean Connery. It was a canned Hollywood Video employee.
Okay, actually, if I'm to be really, really honest here, I suppose I have to admit that I don't even know if the voice belonged to an actual Hollywood Video employee. He did say, "This is Hollywood Video...", but perhaps he was speaking loosely. Maybe he was just a consultant, working on a big Hollywood Video Sean Connery-imitating, money-making, video-returning, ponzi-scheming... project-thing. Probably his contract ran out long ago, and now he's sitting in a room somewhere, thinking about what it used to be like, back during the bubble, when the money was flowing, and the Sean Connery-imitating gigs were so plentiful and easy to find. Probably, he's remembering back to the time when he used to quit Sean Connery-imitating gigs mid-project, just because there were so many other Sean Connery-imitating projects nearby willing to pay him twice as much for half the work. Plus expenses. And a company car. And free cheerleaders.
Wait. What were we talking about?
Oh yeah... it was about how I totally mingle with Hollywood legends on a daily basis.
Pretty cool, huh?