Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Gogeta, Feb 19, 2009.
aint seen this for years, a classic
thats kool lol,
"Why don't you go play hide & go fuck yourself" lol
Interesting. But it needs to be undated cause 'fcuktard' is not mentioned. LOL Very funny.
lol, I've never used this word in my whole life!
George Carlin was one of the best comedians ever!!
But there are lots of other interesting words other than fck.
RIP George, we miss your cynical fucking insights into this crazy world.
Ok...get it's better than copulate...as in "go copulate yourself"....
message to fucking short
Go fornicate yourself!
FYI - I have this .wav file on my website under "Audio"
So, heard this voice before? Want to know where? This was sent to me by a guy who participated...
I just wanted to let you know who that audio clip about the "F word" is by, and how it came about.
His family would probably wish I had forgotten this, but that voice is none other than the official voice of Disneyland: Jack Wagner!
Yes, the guy whose voice you heard at the theme park for forty years and can still hear his voice on some rides (train around the park) and even at Orlando airport long after his death. Jack was a fun loving guy and this clip proves it - trust me, neither his family nor Disney Inc. want it to be known that that was him! But it IS, and I know this for a fact: I received the very first copy of this from Jack himself. In fact, I was the one who turned him on to the material to begin with!
Back just before the internet's popularity, I was working at the park and doing some voiceovers with Jack in his home studio (in fact, I was the very first parkwide voice there after Jack!) In those days, producers, engineers, and musicians passed crappy copies of funny audio back and forth ad infinitum. Jack gave me some (like Casey Kasem losing his cool on
air) and I gave him some. One of the things I gave him was the ORIGINAL recoding of that bit by ssome seasoned V/O guy (don't know who). Jack liked it, so he decided to re-record it for a cleaner sounding copy. He also corrected some of the grammar and even added a few examples of his own, and added the Vivaldi background, as the original had no music. He was so proud of his improved version, and I got the very first copy. Now I keep coming across it on the internet and it's often incorrected attributed to George Carlin or Monty Python. But it's not - it's 'the voice of Disneyland's' Jack Wagner, may he rest in peace.
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