A (North Dakota) Radio Station Caller—Please Move The Deer Crossing
This has to be listened to--catch it all
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Humor / Trivia
Posted October 17, 2012 at 12:17 pm
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1. RandomJoe wrote:
So, this is the second time I’ve run across this video in the last couple of days. Can anybody vouch that this wasn’t just a put on, that the woman isn’t an actress?
I find it hard to believe anyone who could operate a phone is actually that stupid…
October 17, 1:47 pm | [comment link]
2. Br. Michael wrote:
I agree. I listened to it and I still can’t believe that it wasn’t an act. But if it was an act, it was a good one.
October 17, 2:42 pm | [comment link]
3. Archer_of_the_Forest wrote:
I ran it through some of my sound software (I’m a radio/sound editing nerd), and I was hearing some weird ambient noise in the background in low frequencies, like it has been edited or something. That makes me suspicious.
October 17, 2:54 pm | [comment link]
4. Kendall Harmon wrote:
I had a similar reaction, but a couple of my friends vouched for it and i am overwhelmed with other commitments. If anyone finds anything, please post a comment.
October 17, 3:04 pm | [comment link]
5. Cennydd13 wrote:
Well, all I can say is that, if this isn’t a put-on, the lady was either smoking the wrong stuff or she was under the impression that deer are somehow attracted to deer crossing signs. It is entertaining, though.
October 17, 7:08 pm | [comment link]
6. R. Eric Sawyer wrote:
Snopes.com did a piece on it. They stopped short of saying it was a put-on, but did point out a actual “letter to the editor,” written toungue in cheeck, a couple of years ago. This letter made the rounds pretty widely, including a reading on Leno. They included a few lines about/from the author of the letter.
Sometimes truth does imitate art, but my bet is that this is repackaging a very funny comic bit for a different medium.
October 18, 3:18 am | [comment link]
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