BYT Staff | Jun 21, 2013 | 2:00PM |

Brandon Wetherbee is the host of You, Me, Them, Everybody. You, Me, Them, Everybody records tonight at the Wonderland Ballroom. He’s currently on a conference call.

Hold on, I can’t really talk, I’m on a conference call.

What’s that? Oh yea. It’s for work.

This conference call is going really well.


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Nailed it. Did you hear that? My idea just got seconded. This conference call is crazy.

Work is crazy, right?

I can’t believe this conference call is going so well!

I’m not exactly sure what we’re talking about but I think it’s positive.

It’s important to have positivity in the work environment. For example, this new system of checking out AA batteries is really going to help us rethink how we approach technology. Positivity. Get it?


Oh yea, we’re really up-to-date on technology. We just hired a bunch of interns for things like

Twitter and Tweetdeck and Hootsuite and a bunch of other stuff I’ve never heard of.

Oh! Cool! New initiative! We’re all going vining! Company outing!


Nevermind, I didn’t know what vining means. I guess we’re not going on a company outing.

Sorry, I didn’t hear that last thing.

What do I do? Reports. I report on synergy in reports. And social media. Hold on, new initiative.

I’m really excited for this weekend. We’re going to a show. The girlfriend loves seeing music.

Man, can you believe what he just said! I can not believe it!

Birthday cupcakes! Hello, red velvet!


It’s so awesome that work compensated me for my in-ear Bose Bluetooth headset. I get so much more done. It’s a life saver. Life. Saver.


Ha! Jill just made a joke that was on “2 Broke Girls!” Jill is hilarious! She should try stand up!

She always says the funniest “2 Broke Girls” jokes!


The call is wrapping up. I think it was really productive.

Huh? I’m sorry, my Bluetooth was acting up.

O.K. It’s over. What did you want to ask?

Yea, sure, whatever.


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