Confusing Times

Oct 08 2013

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Our dear hero, me, is suffering from age-related issues. Mostly remembering where I am in the VMH Podcast world but that’s never really mattered much anyway. What we have here is a pleasant selection of bits and bobs for you to peruse. We hear of ancient battles, and get a bit more of a glimpse in the the crazy past/future world of the present as it was. Come. Enjoy.

Special prizes this week go out to those of you who can tell me what special recording method I used on the song. You’ll know the one. If you don’t, you lose automatically. If you do, maybe you’ll get the prize.

Pheromoans – Kevin Costner’s Best
Peter Jefferies – Chain or Reaction
Wooden Wand – The Forgiveness Factory

And a very special sudden ending…

More to come.

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3 Responses to Confusing Times

  1. Muhtick says:

    I believe something is going with that wooden wand song. I will guess that your audio recorder is recording output from sources in the room and laying it onto the streaming recording. These sources may be speakers, but may also be a live accompaniment. How did i do? Your telling of the Bangkok escape was excellent. The urinal cakes were a strong image. The loud tv people sound dumb when they speak. The fight on the cliff story was fantastic.

  2. ABaum says:

    Well, well, well. What a good answer. I could see that being the case, however it might be a different answer. We’ll just have to find out in the next comment now, won’t we.

    Upon hearing my Bangkok story, I wanted to read it again with some edits but I forced myself not to. I then, in listening…found another version I had recorded but forgot about. I had made 2 recordings of the same thing. I chose to put the new one in as it was more of an honest approach to how I feel about the story now as opposed to at that time which I felt to be somewhat boring and contrived. My favourite part is the stewardess but I can’t quite convey that uniform. Like Jacky Brown. Exactly like Jacky Brown. This stewardess was smuggling money for gangsters

  3. larrybrains larrybrains says:

    I really enjoyed your stories about the neighbors with the loud tv and tussel your friend had with the crazy guy on the side of the cliff. I was smiling and laughing throughout.

    Nice selection of tunes in this one too.

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