Tuesday, May 30, 2006

BBC Krusty

Folks, I'm so pleased with myself today, and about something so irrelevant as to be ridiculous. I was doing my toilet this morning, admiring myself in the mirror as I took a Gillette to the mutton-chops, when I heard something that made me nearly cut myself. My letter being read out on the wireless.

I've got a recording, it's an mp3 file, if anybody can help me post it in such a way as to make it hearable, you too can enjoy, as it was read out verbatim, unedited. But I don't know how to do it. If it needs to be in another format, let me know, I have conversion options - wav, m4a etc. I just can't figure out how to post it.

Now, for the benefit of Tom, whose rant has some validity, some overtaking at Monaco.

Anyway, hoped you liked that. Right, I'm off for some strawberries and cream, and maybe a blob of ice-cream too. Love y'all.


tom909 said...

Krust, I can't help you with your letter but look forward to hearing it when you get it sorted. (Vicus is computer literate). How do you do hyperlinks - maybe I can't do them on my blog, or maybe I just don't know how to.

First Nations said...

as i am the owner of a computer sans soundcard, will you please be so kind as to publish the text of this letter so the technologically disadvantaged among us may share in your delight?

krusty the baker said...

First Nations - really chuffed that you feel moved to comment, welcome aboard, reads like you have a garden of delights so I'm quite envious, I'll try and sort it out if no-one comes to my aid - only teasing, though (Tom, take note!) dastardly marketing techniques seem to have created demand.

tom909 said...

Krust, dastardly marketing techniques will only work in the short term. You should have worked that out. Only sheer good quality will keep the punters returning.

Cherrypie said...

How about, you get one of your mates to film you miming the letter being read out loud, overdub it with the sound of the radio recording, upload it to You Tube and Bob's your uncle.

Course, it might be easier to ask that clever Mr Scurra to show you the easy way. I never have been very good at that!


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