I'm trying to have different "identities" on some of the different Stack Exchange sites (e.g., one for my professional activities, and a different one for my hobbies) such that they have different profile information (name, email, avatar, etc.) and other Stack Exchange users don't necessarily realize they're owned by the same real person. However, I'd also like to use the same OpenID provider account to log in to all of them. I'm using myOpenID in case it matters, which allows me to create different profiles (name, email, etc.) and specify which to use when I log in to a site.
However, I noticed that when I log in to a Stack Exchange site and create an account, even if I choose one of the different profiles on myOpenID, the profile on my Stack Exchange account has all the same info as my master Stack Exchange account. If I delete the info from my profile and save, next time I log in it gets all the info back again. In other words, I can't seem to prevent my Stack Exchange profiles from syncing! Is there any way around this, or am I going to have to create two different accounts with OpenID providers in order to ensure completely separate accounts with Stack Exchange?
(Just to be clear, I don't mind if it's the same account behind the scenes, s.t. Stack Exchange itself knows the different profiles belong to the same person. I just don't want it to be obvious to the casual fellow user.)