I’m Andrew Miller, a 26-year-old consumer marketing associate, freelance journalist and frequent sports talk radio guest.
I was born in Sioux Falls, SD. I graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with an English degree. I lived in Portland, Ore. for a year. (That was stupid.) I love the Minnesota Vikings and Twins, extreme weather, hoodies and Lemonheads.
The Miller Times is updated once every weekday. From time to time, I will run product reviews during the weekend.
For story ideas, questions, guest submissions or product reviews, e-mail me at email@example.com.
WORK BY ME:
Something has gone terribly wrong on the north side
Newspaper endorsements don’t matter … or do they?
Was voting for Horner the right thing to do?
Should Minnesota ban alcoholic energy drinks?
That Guy We Hired on Facebook? Andrew Miller? He’s Here
The Curious Case of Joe Mauer
When I Was a Minnesota Viking
Wanna blog? Then be like Drake
I Want It. I Need It.
For Better or Worse, Campaigns Go Viral
Underdog Under Armour Triumphs in Brand-Building Game
WORK INCLUDING ME:
The Star Tribune
Cory Joseph Talks Gophers, Tubby Smith
Does Jose Morales Look Like Becky “Icebox” O’Shea From “Little Giants”?
RandBall at the State Fair: Photo With “Do-Groove” Guy, Famous Talk and More
John Mayer’s Blog
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“I never worked with T.I. Here’s the back story to that Wikipedia nugget: I was a guest on TRL and happened to get my hands on the list of goofy, un Andrew-Miller-like questions I was going to be asked before I walked on set. One of the questions was ‘Who do you like more, T.I. or [I forgot the other southern rap artist]?’ So I snuck to the bathroom and searched ‘T.I.’ on my Blackberry. I memorized as much information as I could and then announced that we were working together.”
John Mayer on Aging, Jessica and His Comedy Career
The Hollywood Gossip
Aspiring Writers Ask John Mayer Retarded Questions
WORK (AT LEAST IN PART) ABOUT ME:
HOW TO: Score a Job Through Facebook
Fast Horse Leaves the Hiring to Facebook
Hecker, politics and the Fair