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Michael Baker
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I was listening on the radio to the opening of the Bears/Seahawks game today, and the guy singing had a really nice deep bass voice. After it was finished, the radio announcer said, "You'd have to climb a ladder to hit a note that low."
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Nice comment very funny.

There was a lad at my secondary school who tried to climb over a spiked railing ..... He slipped e pierced his 'tenders' (as my 9 old refers to them) had to be removed by the fire brigade (from the fence not his testicles -or sloblocks if your a Fry and Laurie fan). He had a very high pitched voice - needless to say the fence was blamed! So if he had had a ladder he could well have been hitting those low notes now. May be it wasn't such a daft comment after all? ....... Nah who'm I kidding!


Saying that this reminds me of a Bally cast that mentioned the castrati singers - very haunting sound!
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On 2012-12-02 15:19, Michael Baker wrote:
I was listening on the radio to the opening of the Bears/Seahawks game today, and the guy singing had a really nice deep bass voice. After it was finished, the radio announcer said, "You'd have to climb a ladder to hit a note that low."

Actually a pretty funny line whether intentional or not. Reminds me of a standard routine on a local radio show, where two hosts banter back and forth.

First host: Who do you practice your jokes on?

Second host: My wife.

First host: Yeah me too.

Second host: You mean you practice your jokes on MY wife?

First host: No, mine.

Second host: So what do you do if your wife LIKES the joke?

First host: I'll plan to use it.

Second host: Yeah, me too. But what if your wife DOESN'T like it?

First host: Then it's RADIO GOLD!
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