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For two months, Travellers, I have tried to come up with a decent topic for my blog, especially for the 23rd entry (i.e. this one). Why? The number 23 is very important in the city of Chicago (it's the jersey number of sports Hall of Famers Michael Jordan and Ryne Sandberg), and thus for the longest time I was debating whether or not to bring up the topic of an AVA Hall of Fame. However, remembering the past and the backlash of topics similar to it, I decided it wasn't a good idea (maybe for a future
Updated 06-17-2010 at 02:05 AM by Steven Mane
Travellers, the Voxman is still very much alive and well, but just not appearing very often. Therefore, I shall briefly address what I have been up to the past two months.
Moving on, I haven't really been doing any true web-surfing for a while, but I did find this little gem, courtesy of our very own Voiceroy (there's also the D.C. Douglas situation, but I've already blogged about it on my own website).
Wow. David Duchovny has our backs. This is
Travellers, I had actually written a very nice blog about a week ago on the subject of handling criticism. Unfortunately, when I pressed the "Post Now" button, I was unaware that I was disconnected from the Internet, and it was sent into the great unknown. I shall briefly address the issue of criticism before moving on.
Moving on, it's been a while since I was twenty. I was looking forward to the future, just starting out on the VAA (not exactly on
Welcome to the second decade of the 21st century. As we all should know by now, nothing's happened (except terrorism, the first black American president, and Vic Mignogna). So, as we enter a new age, we should realize that a lot of us aren't going to live to see 2100. So, let's all look back on our lives, get depressed, and spend the remaining years we have in a drunken stupor.
Actually, we should look back on who we are: lovers of voice actors, voice overs,
1999. With credits like Babe the Pig, Oblina from AAAH! Real Monsters, Chuckie Finster, and the little scientist Dexter, Christine Cavanaugh was well on her way to becoming one of the greatest voice actresses in history. And then, for mysterious reasons, she was gone, leaving behind more questions than answers and a giant hole in voice that can't be filled.
Over ten years and hundreds of crap productions (and dozens of good ones) later, it's time to say what everyone is thinking: COME