What's ts the text of the disclaimer?

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Re: What's ts the text of the disclaimer?

Postby lucaberta » Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:08 am

Dave Higdon wrote:...but some form of accented English should probably be the standard -- you know, Southern accent, New England accent, Plains Accent, Greek, Italian -- for those of us for whom English was a tough-enough first language :lol:

OK, this thing about the different disclaimers also was noted when listening to old episodes... still playing catchup!

I could do italian, but I would need to fake an italian accent, as I am lucky enough to have no italian accent at all in my english. Maybe it's due to the fact that I started to pick up english as a kid... but I have a lot of examples of strong italian accents around me, so I think I know how I can say the disclaimer in a funny but realistic accent... :lol:

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