Comment by mtumbadjibouti on 05/30/2014 at 2:19 pm
Very exciting development! Do you know if the film itself is narrated by someone other than the cheesy announcer on the trailer? It would be much more effective without him. He turns it into a carnival sideshow, which is so unfortunate in that the monstrous wind scam is real.
I’d love to show this to wind-religion-ist collegues but couldn’t do it if this announcer is a large feature of the documentary. It would be a terrible shame if the poor announcer on the trailer gives people the opportunity to impugn the messenger and dodge the message.
Editor’s note: I don’t think he’s part of the video. Although, I may be wrong. If he is, that would indeed be unfortunate. (I, too, noticed his voice. Over the top!)
Unfortunately, “soap opera” announcers are infesting the audio-video media in the US, and this is spreading to other parts of the world, including local radios catering to UK pensioners living in sunny Spain.
Then you have the news announcers, who talk as if their audience was made of 6-year-olds. As I am 7 years old, it gets on my nerves. 🙂
Comment by Mrs. Valerie C. Malicki, MA, LPCC on 06/02/2014 at 10:16 am
Excited for this expose!
Fighting Big Wind Scammers in Ohio, USA,
Comment by Mrs. Valerie C. Malicki, MA, LPCC on 06/02/2014 at 10:19 am
How soon can I get access to this in the States, I wonder? And where, just online next day? Or can I get it online live? Anyone know?