Talking with Anderson Cooper about Quirkyalone

by | Jul 12, 2010 | Interviews | 4 comments

4 Comments

  1. M

    I thought you did great Sasha but I was a little disappointed in Anderson Cooper. I don’t know, it just felt like he was mocking the whole quirky alone community of people. He seemed to invalidate you and your notions with his body language and tone. Is it just me? I felt judged.

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    • Sasha Cagen

      Thanks M! Maybe he was invalidating in some of his gestures and tone of voice but I think the concept was new for him. He just didn’t get it 😉 It takes a while for some people to get on board.

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  2. Robbie Fincham

    I thought you spoke really super well Sasha, and addressed the concept of “quirkyalone” succinctly. I’m impressed with how you continued to finish answering the questions the interviewer had only moments before asked you, without allowing his continual interruptions to seemingly bother you. His “talking over” you really annoyed me. Well done 🙂

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    • Sasha Cagen

      Thanks Robbie!

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