Monday, August 5, 2013

Trying something new

Since you folks were kind enough to reach the first three stretch goals, here (as promised) is a recording of me singing not just the song I promised, but  an additional one as well -- and a lot of blather besides.

I couldn't figure out how to upload it so here's a link to the mp3 on Dropbox.

So anyways, this is me with my first voice-recording-thing. I can't call it a podcast -- it's far too amateur hour for that.

Please be kind.


  1. I dont know if this is the right spot but have you thought about reading Lady Lazerus by sylvia Plath?

  2. You're clearly a very articulate individual. You're so brave, as well, coming out with such a controversial statement like that and using your...oh, wait, you used a symbol instead of a name. Nevermind. I rescind all of my previous statements, and invite you, instead, to go to hell.

  3. How about a dramatic reading of "Jabberwocky"?

  4. OOOH! That would be awesome! AND public domain, so no purchase necessary!

  5. "Professional writer," actually, which is close. But while whores get paid, you just give it away.. so I guess that makes you a troll slut.

  6. Thanks for the shout out. But you should have added the part about you running for the White House. I still think some one that speaks the truth no matter how harsh the truth is is far better than what we got now.

  7. I'd be like a combination of Rand Paul and Henry Rollins...

  8. Being as I'm one of those people who can't carry carry a tune in a bucket, whose singing sounds like a sack of cats getting beaten with a tennis racket, who sings in the key of R flat...

    ...anytime I hear somebody who actually can sing, it's like seeing someone pull a quarter from behind my ear: Ooh! Magic!

    Thank you for singing my song! :)

  9. Thank you for making it!

    If you ever add more verses, perhaps I can give a better performance that will do it justice. :)


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