I'm scheduled to appear on Liverpool's City Talk 105.9 at Midnight UK tomorrow night. That's 7:00 to 7:30 PM
eastern time in the US.
I'll be on the Zone Unknown Friday show with Roy Basnett... "Join Roy Basnett Friday nights from 10pm for his brand new show Zone Unknown. Over three spine chilling hours Roy takes an in-depth look at
the world of the paranormal, conspiracy theories and other nocturnal activities.
The programme contains adult content and is not for the faint hearted. Roy is keen to take your calls and hear about your experiences and theories on
anything he discusses.
For mind expanding radio join Roy Basnett for Zone Unknown from 10pm, this and every Friday, exclusively on City Talk 105.9."
I'll be focusing on you... our ATS members, and many of the conspiracy theory topics you find important, especially the ones you just recently voted
on in our Top Ten Conspiracy Theories poll.
For ATS members not in the listening area, you can listen live online here.
My concern is the other way around, certain to be some Scousers calling in, it's the American take on the Scouse accent, are they going to understand
a single word from my home town? we speak a little fast for almost all of the UK, the US stands no chance.
Originally posted by azzllin
we speak a little fast for almost all of the UK
No one speaks faster than a New Yorker.
Even now, more than year after leaving my NYC job and moving back to Buffalo (family reasons), I still find myself talking way too fast. For
example... I can call up for take-out, and when I finished rattling off a full order, the response is usually, "Um, what was that first thing
Just ask Springer... he's an Okie and when I call him up, I usually have to pre-record what I need to say ahead of time, and play it back at half
speed. Sad really.
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