'Nice accent.' A Newark airport worker likes what she hears. I'm not sure she'd heard of Princeton or Glasgow.
'That's cool.' A boy looks over New Jersey during take-off from Newark airport. The kid was right.
'Excuse me, are those designer frames?' In Atlanta, an airline employee compliments my style. Baffled and speechless, I take my glasses off, and let him find out the answer for himself.
'Hello, hello.' The flight attendant welcomes me aboard the plane to Savannah.
'You aren't from around here, are you?' One of the locals welcomes me to Beaufort, South Carolina.
'...his striking Scottish inflection.' Scott Dance, reporter on The Beaufort Gazette, breaks new ground in the science of diplomatic descriptions of foreigners.
Check out the Flash Box on my Bebo page for video footage of my trip. I hope to post some photos of the event itself soon.