posted on Jun, 29 2007 @ 05:37 PM
Originally posted by TheBorg
Anyway, keep it up. We all wanna hear more. So when's the next one anyway??
Ask, and ye shall receive. You'll find the next one in the post just above...this one.
I understand your point, but I really wish that people wouldn't get hung up on what they sound like. If I meet you on the street, I've still got to
be on my good behavior no matter what you say or what you sound like. Nobody should be judged on what they sound like.
--In the only known talking film clip of George S. Patton, the General sounds like he's got a high voice that can remind you of a cartoon character.
Does that lessen the impact of what he did, or what he had to say? I think not.
--In the films where the audio is clear, Adolf Hitler sounds like he's been sucking helium from party balloons. Does that lessen the impact of what
he did, or what he had to say? Absolutely n-not.
--In that very amous piece of modern film where Dwight D. Eisenhower reminds all of us conspiracy buffs to watch out for the military industrial
complex...he sounds like....well....you get the idea. Does that take away from the importance of he said? No.
I'll be quite happy to do a weekly podcast, or anything else, but YOU should never be afraid to say anything with your own voice.
[edit on 29-6-2007 by Justin Oldham]