Saturday, December 22, 2007

Another Dramatic Reading: The Episcopal Church issues an Ad






The latest BabyBlue Podcast is now up. It features a dramatic reading of the latest ad issued by The Episcopal Church for major newspapers in California. But of course, there's nothing wrong.

You can click on the player above or go to iTunes and download it to your iPod or computer. The iTunes Podcast is called BabyBlueOnline. You can also click here.

NOTE: To download the latest version of QuickTime, click here.

12 comments:

Matthew said...

That was quite enjoyable. I suspect you have a lot of fun doing those. :)

Have a Happy Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Loved the banjo!

When I clicked the link located here: "You can also click here," I was brought To Spong's letter to ++Rowan.

Selah

Kevin said...

Merry Christmas BabyBlue ... I also love the banjo!

BabyBlue said...

Selah- thank you! You can probably guess I used the last "dramatic reading" podcast as a template. Had almost forgotten about that one.

Think is fixed now! Thank you!

And thank God for banjos! Just sort of tells it like it is, those banjos.

bb

robroy said...

Would you be willing to join forces? I could do a dramatic dance while you read one of Katherine Jefferts-Schori's waging reconciliation one-lawsuit-at-a-time letters. I am a terrible dancer, spastic is a apt descriptor. Somehow that would be quite fitting!

Have a blessed Christmas, B squared!

C. Andiron said...

One hundred ... ten?
LOL
Wishing you a very Schori Christmas.
:)

Anonymous said...

Babyblue -

You Rock!

Eclipse

Herman Glick-Gomez said...

Dipping into the Christmas Cheer (excessively/again/still) BB?

Brad M said...

Do you have to install I-Tunes to be able to view or listen to this? I have Quicktime installed but have eschewed I-Tunes. I can't seem to get a good connection.

BabyBlue said...

QuickTime should do it for you. You might want to make sure you have the latest update of Quicktime. I have seen some issues with Internet Explorer though - if you are using Microsoft's Explorer you might want to consider downloading Firefox (for many more reasons than just this podcast! It's a great web browser!) instead. You can download Firefox here: http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/

bb

Brad M said...

Thanx for the reply. I just did upgrade the Quicktime but still a blank. I am using IE and have not installed Firefox on my Vista system yet. Maybe next year!
Brad

n77foxtrot said...

Absolutely Brilliant!
I chuckled throughout. Bless you for sharing your talent.
steve