#14 - Season I Closer Part II - Rare Tweetie Voice Introspective
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#14 - Season I Closer Part II - Rare Tweetie Voice Introspective

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#14 - Season I Closer Part II - Rare Tweetie Voice Introspective

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...of about the BURP folks. WhenI'm doing this like for hours on end, which I don't really do for hourson end. I I just sort of just sort of go off thecuff and get and I off a couple of hours. Now I don't knowif I go for like fifteen twenty minutes spouse and I take breaks and Ido another than twenty many spouts, a kind of like intervra training. It'sthe same way way that I start, basically making these these episodes, tapeany shows, making these tracks, cutting my piece and Mout, putting together, putting him out there on a three channels. I got three channels ortwo more coming for some reason. I got a will into this like audiopodcasting stuff three years ago. Never had the courage actually launch. And thenif I finally got the cars to launch, and do you know, it's thatthing like you get inside ahead, is going to be tough to getout of it. In a sense it's like but maybee makes you strong orbetter, or maybe it's the way everybody is supposed to be aligned individually towhat makes them makes it makes some sense of attention to their to the everything. So I'm living for my wants in my needs at the same time.Fifty percent adequately with that. Any sort of external influences or that are overbearing. I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing, if Ieven want that, want that out there on the Internet, but whatever,everybody's got to learn sometimes, and I've learned plenty of times before just likebut you know, it feels like it's the right thing to do, andso I sell subentro. I don't know, I shall persist. Shout at tomy dad. He was born in thirty five. I believe he's recordis US versus thefts. That in one thousand nine hundred and thirty six,but I believe he said it was thirty five. Use it like so toldme as an inside joke. I said, I'm actually when you're roll there.I don't know how that it was an advantage, because it was likemaking himself out to be younger and then seat of the denying himself of likehe wasn't gaining the year. It's going the other way right. He wassaying he was older than he Ashley was. What? No, he was sayinghe was like he he was actually born at thirty five. Right,but is birth documents that either? A it's in that it stays. Iguess when he basically kind of like came over whenever from it really said thirtythirty thirty six, and so when he was like seventy four, is thatgrimes? I'm asking the seventy five. All right. So if he wasgoing to get so security that, if...

...it's when you're sixty five, let'ssay when he was sixty four as a guy, that one more goes likewell, I'm actually sixty five now. Anyway. Yeah, it's nine fortyfour PM, June twenty twenty, twenty, one, twenty. I don't knowwhy I do that. I just I would just like Kingo coming upat an interesting name. I don't know how I settled on on an namedwhen I Wur tweety or tweety voice, it just sort of I was screwingaround. I guess that's cool not not to know exactly the origination. Iguess it was just sort of the word voice I had right the I hadthe word voice and a couple more the user names and stuff. Not FortyFive PM June twenty twenty twenty one. So I had voice and some otherstuff there. And I don't know why I do this. One those segletters you call when just do like you just go off on a tangent,come back like it's that. Get taking a main path and the road isthick, like ten feet wide. That's the road. Run ten feed wide. It can fit. You're basically twice right, pretty easy. Even likeeleven feet. Ten feels good because if it's twelve feet, then you cansee on the left and right peripherally when you're going down like a bridge.That's something where people don't realize, like if you actually get too much oftoo much of something is a good is a bad thing, because if you'regoing down like a narrow path, any road, like even by yourself,if the road is actually way too wide, that's not good because you actually can'tsee peripher peripher really meaning that somebody could have been chasing you out ofyour view for a while and even accelerating up on you, versus if thething was narrower, then you would at least when you feel first hear ofhim. I think that's true. I think you can direct you're hearing towardsbehind you. Was You while you running away on an hour strip and bydesign, the like aeronautical mechanics of being down that narrow street, that narrowwhatever wood or alley or really just like even the kind of like a roadin a regular town, like because it's just now if it's only ten feetwidding or running down it. So I don't know, it's kind of inmy brain. I'm like running down is like ten feet wide, and it'slike I'm telling you the main message whenever I'm delivering a like a show oran episode or a going over tangent or Tirerade, or reading off twitter tweetsor reading off like just social media news articles everywhere, just reading anything offthe Internet. It's so much fun for me to amass it all so quicklybecause, like I want to sue a consume at all. And if youstart consuming information the way information is being...

...the sseminated or the amount of itthat you want to consume the only way you you would not want to wantit. You would not want to consume so much at this at a certainlevel that I that I would that I deliver it. I deliver it ina way that I would want to consume it, like the golden ruled.So and I can't find anywhere I wish. Somebody else is maybe helping me outof doing it. Feel free to go to tweet, tweet voicecom andsubmit an article. So I'm just say maybe do want to send it over, I'll put it on if you like my voice. I did that piecein Melt Blanc. That was like for Tutas or, and I'm superstitious.I don't know why that thing popped up. I guess it popped up because Itype in my Google and my profile, because I've been typing tweet of voicelike incessantly for the past ten days. That finally, finally, like MelBlanc, came up in like a Google search, and that's why howI kind of found that article. That's why I just bit it like Idid, like a quick two and a half minute blurb. I shouldn't callit blurb. I should really say like salute to Mel Blanc, the onethousand five hundred character founder of love of our voice. Is the voice,the voice actor. I feel. I'm frank. You got have an oldsoul. So yeah, yeah, yeah, with the blow at a Tucker youbeing monitored. Tucker Crossing Justin and it's a refuse. Suck. Hercalls in spying allegation sets host has never been UNTEL and started to the agencythe hill, and I like saying those little things like that. I wishI could take it back Lan grey wall again. The intervuted account votes directly. Again, the interbludy account votes quickly in the way inspires compedies doing mortyroad trust and used the ox in the voting processing almost any other single factor. TWITTERCOM froward slash capital. Be Capital. Oh cappy, capita, and kindwould why I kept to see if we status capital forward. Show thisR at twenty voice. America's got talent. Leave it to our resident fashion superstarhide, come to use her Hashtag, golden buzzer on quick change. Artist, at leaky, magician, at Lee Kyle, magician, Leah KyleMagician. Okay, plea, keep your head up, killy, and tomorrow'sthe first day of a new journey. Holler the hill. You can't fdashing talk to me like that. Shop Scrutin Millie over the military crackdown onprotest, book says, he'll that's Cem vos last seven. Makes our capital, our art, and so usually I would cut her right there. There, take a breathe or finding the article. Go again. Don't let it runor you revert into this mode, which is just so sort of likeGriffin Riffin, until you like you just do stuff to you find something else. So I got three podcast going. I got the regular generic tweety voice, then tweety voice news and now tweety...

...voice raw and uncut, three differentpodcast stations. I'm probably have two more. Looking the two more podcast stations.Feel free to write me at Tweety Voicecom and let me know which podcaststation. I don't think anybody will ever write to me. Or imagine likein seventy five days after I published this I'll have like a lot of peoplebeing like go check it out, like hoster. Shit here is kind ofit's interesting. I've no idea. I people have told me that I'm kindof cocky. I don't think it's in my face as much, but inmy voice. I definitely can't hide that. So I got FAM flamboyant. Ienjoy that. One shows me a ring to the good kind tweetie boys. Nine hundred and fifty one pm eleven eleven six nine, six twenty nine, two thousand and twenty one eleven eleven says seven, eleven says between cloudno IGM, BBC News, and so that that's how I started this journeyand I'm going, like I'm going to see, I guess, in anice way. I get to memorialize like my life out on the Internet andas long as I'm honest about I think things go well for me. Thishas been tweety boys. Now, I mean I don't remember. Like callit like I'm lazy and I just want to like go and like stop andas so as it's like there's a word for like being overly melodramatic and selfcentered about yourself, egotistical, or maybe like horrible. Maybe it's like theloot, the this is the millennial risk. Oh, call at the LARNT,the millennial trade off. Yeah, it's really difficult to like. Yeah, guys act by something, following discipline and tradition. Doing what's right andnot doing what's wrong requires sacrifice, and if you don't build sacrifice into likea capitalistic model of like political, like social control, then it's wrong.Like there has to be giving an. Actually, I do believe that youcould just read Smith's, Adams Miss Wealth and nations and you don't need anyother book. Adam Smith's wealth nations is so dramatically fantastic that any great masterpieceis actually done in as all, however, done in as you could read likea ten page snippet and any section of Adam Smith's wealth nations, andevery ten pages you derive the same exact point that he's trying to make.And every ten pages it's like reading.

Imagine you had a by hand traceout a map of the entire earth, the perimeter of the earth, likeyou. Actually I had a fly out there. And then when you tooka little eight by eleven notebook, piece of paper and still a foam andyou would have you a little capsually let like an astronaut, her out thereand there earth in your kind of likes that you're stenciling. You're stenciling ifyou could stenciling out set of the earth threat, as if there was likea thin film like around the earth and you could just stencilate eight by eleven. I Buy a by eleven all overround. That's how the wealth and nations isan asist wealth and nations. When I first read that whenever I wasa I've never said like where I'm from. I'm it's hard to deny. Iguess you can either keep it like completely aloof or not. But youknow it's yeah, I guess if you're hurt it now, you know,Um, it's hard to get away from that. And you know. Andnow I should have go back and clip that cut that out. I don'tknow if there's a version out there that is the Internet and it doesn't havethe date or that. I'll, you know, I'll, I think willeventually release this one anyway and you'll see that. I could have for areason. Maybe I just want people to think here of my voice, likewhy do I have to be from anywhere? Just like what I represented my voice, not where I'm from, what I'm about. Know what it shouldbe a bit. Should all be what I'm about, and I can youknow I'm not going to be perfect. You can tell when I went torat right when I'm rattling off a lot of those articles really fast. Firstof I enjoy by getting back to that. That's why I want information fed intomy brain. That for quickly. Nine hundred and fifty five, sixtwenty nine. will go like five more minutes. Then we'll call this awrap, an episode. So if you got to take a p we gofive more minutes. That's why I want information coming into my head. Man. I've always wanted it that way and it's such a struggle together. Idon't like reading it. And how else do you get information in your head? Great movies is you can watched by ninety minutes, a hundred minutes,and you learn so much that the life changes you. Basically, you takeover an emotional ride on a great movie and by the end of the movieyou can kind of, after watching it, modeled your life after what you feltthere and watching that movie. That's why movies to me, row wasgreat, but I got it's just not the most you know, I'm no, no, Brad Pitt. I guess maybe that was when my way Imade that clip episode twelve with the money bull and Brad Pitt. I meanthe tell is that I love that with David Justice. I was other funny. I'm, I'm that's the kind of stuff that I love, that Ilike. So I think it's fair to say that. You know, Ilove you know, up on my wall I have George Carlin. My mothermade me put up my two degrees. I love the put traymant of thejoker right in the dark night by Heath...

Ledger. Heath Ledger not cool thatI would insult his name because he's He's Got Heath Ledger. He's up onmy wall. I got up, I think, probably one of the thelargest. The only larger sides are gelding. Gotten him as a joker's riding aroundin the car and I love it. At some point people have seen thatand I'm sure it'll get out on a on a youtube clip at somepoint. And then I have like, you know, Philip Philippine Moore Hoffman, I shouldn't say you know. You know. I'm very, is theword idactic. I'll try to be like very accurate and correct. I don'tthink there's at the wrong being accurate and correct on life. I think weshould all strive to be accurate and correct. I think we should all strive togo out of our way not to be so clumsy. I mean,every once in a while being lazy's okay, but every once so I get itlike this sort of lift up your pants. I see politics the sameway. I see good parts of Demooctic Democrats and good parts of Republicans.Like when I was born and raised, we were sort of boring, arace to ignore the what's bad in somebody. You Make Fun of you make funof what's bad and then you cherish what's good about them. That that'show you dealt with people, you know. So it's I was going to repeatit. Yeah, it's a we. You know, we focus on thegood and we sort of ignore the bad. But you, or actuallyyou call the but you bad the bad out, you call about out,and then you sort of like it's like taking a bag or something and justkind of like or pillow and just kind of like popping up a pillow whenyou talked about somebody's bad size, and here, when you're honest about sortof big people, about what we're doing, who we are and interacting with eachother. If we do that, I think maybe from a remote orcompletely emode or completely emotional in our voices, in our expressions, and how weeffectuate and how we want to communicate and how we want like information comingit's our brains. I think it's a freedom of speech right to have informationcoming into your brain a certain way, like the way, that the waythat you should get it. Why should the the rate of flow of informationbe censored, like the speed of information, as I want to learn and Iwant to be educating myself, like however quickly I want to go,should not be limited by she be limited by my brain and not buy anythingoutside of it. Right now I can't get information in a way that whereI'm not on feel that I'm censured or lit or inhibited. You know,I don't feel uninhibited right I definitely feel like that I've been cat not thatI'm watch I just can't get it in an intelligent, prepackaged to a postpackage way. And that's why I already said I love George Carl and.I think there's a lot of it, you know, and it's has beena journey for me. You know, you got a good ten years whenhe was alive and from the S. I'd love that very much and hereminds me of my father. It is...

...nine hundred and fifty nine PM,twenty twenty one, Tuesday. Signing off. Signing off. Signing off. Why? Yeah, felt a little weird. A little weird. Or now watchthe three podcast is sixty beat time P I'm going to sign off.It's I've been cut. It attempt when we cut this man. Look atmy computers to check it out. Three podcast and through different break two morecoming. We do like music, lose stories. Yeah, ten pm,we do stories. Peace Out, piece out. Thanks.

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