Wednesday, July 02, 2008

BabyBluePodcast: A Dramatic Reading





Okay here's the latest BabyBluePodcast, featuring a dramatic reading of an authorized statement from the Presiding Bishop regarding her day-after reaction to the actions in Jerusalem by GAFCON.

You can click on the player above or go to iTunes and download it to your iPod or computer by clicking on the link located in the Cafe's links column to your right. The iTunes Podcast is called BabyBlueOnline. You can also click here or here. Moo.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

BB - the only thing that could have made that better would have been inclusion of the oven mitt mitre. I mean really how can you be so insensitive as to have forgotten the mitre.

Jackie

1662 BCP said...

All future missives from Her Elegance should have dramatic readings, its so much more better!

Anonymous said...

Now, if your dramatist could take some diction lessons from Her Oven-Mittness on the finer points of deadpan, monotone delivery and substitute her vocal patterns for the "British" accent, this would be perfect.

Gator said...

BB--Fabuloso!

The suggestion to learn to mimic Herself is interesting, but you just do them however you want.

Hening said...

I thought the sound for "relational encounters" was good, but was hoping for a bit of that old standard "Bump N' Grind" by R. Kelly.

Thank you for humor regarding the Queen of Hearts, rather than the usual humas.

Kevin said...

I'd say you're being bad about all these, but they do tend to parody themselves ... oh my ...

I laughed!

Edward of Baltimore said...

More of your charity for all, malice for none I see. Not the Mary I remember.

Nasty, Brutish & Short said...

Her idea of "relational encounter" is my idea of date rape.

No thank you.

BabyBlue said...

As I recall, Rent a Mob was rather subterranean, in a Claremont sort of way, precocious rebels we were running around to Elton John's Someone Saved My Life Tonight. Ah, but we were so much older then ...

bb

Edward of Baltimore said...

we lived in Clairemont.