my lines have been emailed to Ryan and Alaric w00t
There are about 1,950 steam locomotives in the United States. About 250 of these are capable of running. At any given time, fewer than 100 can operate. Steamtown National Historic Site has three steam locomotives which can run.
Right then, the final cut of A Very SiF Christmas Carol is now done! This is undoubtedly the longest single audio production done on SiF so far at around 1hr 57mins, and by far one of the best we've ever done.
It's the first SiF Adventure where we don't play ourselves entirely. We've all become characterised into different characters from the old Charles Dickens classic - A Christmas Carol, although notable exceptions include myself, Eliot, Chris The Xelent and some others who play original characters that Alaric and I introduced to develop the story, along with some original events that we concocted ourselves to give our version of A Christmas Carol an edge!
It'll make you laugh, it'll make you cry, and it'll make you cry with laughter. Look out for a very special guest appearance from an old favourite from another memorable audio production also!
Gyargh! 110 MB?! Thank God for my mp4 player! If I may say a few words to commemorate this occasion. Folks, I can't tell you how hard we've worked on this audio. From conception to completion, it's been at least 4 months of tough work. But let me tell you this. I'd go through it twice again for something like this. It really shows how far we've come in terms of SiF audios in the short span of a year. Back then it was just me and Movie Maker making everything but the lines. This bad boy took a talented producer and me to write and stick together on Audacity, one of the finest of audio programs. You can see, or rather hear, the difference. I mean, back in 2005 there were no such thing as background sound effects. Now you can't move for the things. The production was plagued with troubles. Well, not so much plagued as Ryan got the flu for a day. Oh, and my Audacity broke down once or twice. But I think I speak for both Ryan and myself when I say it was worth it. Thank you everyone who participated, you were all wonderful, and you have my utmost thanks. Thank you Ryan for being co-plotter, co-director, co-producer and a very great guy. And thank you SiF for listening to our story. This is dedicated to you, all of you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I will when I can download it off MegaUpload. Er...we are gonna split this into parts someday, right? I mean, think of the poor dial-ups!
TheGreenBeetle: Probably not a good comparison
Jun 16, 2021 16:34:08 GMT
Sleeper Agent: But it does answer the apparently eternal question If you specified 'chicken egg' then it's the chicken as only it can lay a chicken egg and if the egg belongs to the newborn it's the chick's egg (and this could of become a cockerel ).
Jun 16, 2021 22:53:53 GMT
Nicholas: According to the latest theories, the egg came first containing the first chicken, it being a mutation taking place in a zygote from two proto-chickens around 58,000 years ago, themselves having evolved through thousands of years from theropods.
Jun 16, 2021 23:49:41 GMT
Nicholas: And, to come full circle, City of Truro was the first steam engine to reach a reported speed of 100mph, but Flying Scotsman was the first steam engine to reach an officially confirmed speed of 100mph.
Jun 16, 2021 23:52:21 GMT
PercyFan1998: Flying Scotsman was first gang. But I respect the idea of Truro being the possible first but I have my doubts.
Jun 16, 2021 23:59:53 GMT
Madness: I think the answer to that was mentioned on a show called 'Q.I'.
Jun 17, 2021 0:08:09 GMT
Kyle: Currently working on a little project. Can't say much, other than: Something Wicked This Way Comes
Jun 17, 2021 11:20:33 GMT
Gondarth: I keep looking for a release date for All Engines Go. I don't care about the reboot as it is, but I would laugh if it premiered on the day of my wedding (October 16th)
Jun 19, 2021 22:28:02 GMT
aspiegurl: October 2021's all I know, so it might be your wedding day
Jun 19, 2021 22:50:36 GMT
The Thomas Cynic: You could have a live screening party!
Jun 20, 2021 5:46:15 GMT
Gondarth: I would laugh if it is on the same day, but my wedding is on a Saturday, and that seems like a weird day to start airing a new show on Netflix, so I'm not holding my breath. You never know though...
Jun 20, 2021 11:40:04 GMT
TheGreenBeetle: For Father's Day today, I remembered when he was fond of Duke when I was a kid. So I shared him the video The True Stories & History Of Duke: The History Of TTTE to learn more on Duke. Special thanks to TrainBoy
Jun 21, 2021 0:49:58 GMT