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Narrators don't get to decide what they say
Narrators don't get to just make up how they're going to say things. Including credits. In fact, they get no say at all in the matter. So yes, while it's annoying that Alexander Quincy says his name before every article, I'm sure he's not just doing it because that's just what he feels like doing. He's most likely doing it because he's been told to read the article intros that way.
- Brian Troxell
Alex Quincy is an egomaniac
No other narrator identifies himself at the beginning of EVERY chapter. Audible, make him stop! It's annoying.
The news. I like the reportage and the editorial comment.
By announcing his identity at the beginning of EVERY topic.