Monday, November 06, 2006

Great NPR Story on the eve of the election

All Things Considered, November 6, 2006 · Melissa Blocks talks with voice-over artists Dennis Steele and Scott Sanders about how to make a threatening voice for a political ad. Click here and take a listen!

This is just too funny, I think I've heard both of these guys do their thing. NPR presented them with some re-written nursery rhymes, for them to do their spin on. Here's one:

"Humpty dumpty sat on a wall,
He said he could put himself together again,
But after wasting thousands of our tax dollars,
All the kings horses, and all the King's men, he failed us.
Humpy Dumpty - wrong on wall-sitting."