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where does the line start....
ya think we can get forum discounts...
 

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Jaaa Boet!! (Afrikaans for Nice Bub) Good Techno diarrhea speak, Harry.
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We have politicians that sound just like that.
 
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Yes Minister comes to mind.
 

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For some strange reason they've stuck with TRF technology!
 
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Actually, it sounds more like WTF technology. Excellent double talkers.
 

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There is a lot of bovine excrement in that video. He talked a lot and said nothing. Must have been paid by the word.
 

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"...raise the billable hours of the service department, and serve no other function"..

I thought that was standard in the auto industry......

Kept falling of my chair....
 
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Found the following on this guy and this film:

This is the first time Turbo Encabulator was recorded with picture. I shot this in the late 70's at Regan Studios in Detroit on 16mm film. The narrator and writer is Bud Haggert. He was the top voice-over talent on technical films. He wrote the script because he rarely understood the technical copy he was asked to read and felt he shouldn't be alone. We had just finished a production for GMC Trucks and Bud asked since this was the perfect setting could we film his Turbo Encabulator script. He was using an audio prompter referred to as "the ear". He was actually the pioneer of the ear. He was to deliver a live speech without a prompter. After struggling in his hotel room trying to commit to memory he went to plan B. He recorded it to a large Wollensak reel to reel recorder and placed it in the bottom of the podium. With a wired earplug he used it for the speech and the "ear" was invented. Today every on-camera spokesperson uses a variation of Bud's innovation. Dave Rondot (me) was the director and John Choate was the DP on this production. The first laugh at the end is mine. My hat's off to Bud a true talent.
 
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