Talk:Lesson 16

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I'm surprised by how funny Linnell is- first the commentary on "Hotel Detective in the Future", now "Lesson 16"...I wonder if he's ever tried his hand at fiction? --Martorano

Surprised? Linnell's always had an awesome sense of humor. -CapitalQtalk ♪ 20:37, 30 Mar 2006 (CST)

I love how it seems some English made it into the supposed Linnell-Language.--tehbagel 15:26, 5 Apr 2006 (CDT)

I find myself quoting "Lesson 16" quite frequently. "I am not your real father. I killed your father. It was an accident. No, really." John Linnell is twisted. But I find twisted funny. :) - Overjoy

Just a quick add, did anyone else notice how nice, low-pitched, and smooth his voice is?
Didn't notice until you mentioned it. :3 --ArAn 10:02, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

Yes, that's why I love it. It's unique, and very easy (and pleasent) to listen to.--INeedACrane 01:37, 2 August 2006 (UTC)

Download of the song[edit]

Does anyone know where I can download this song without downloading the Podcast? I know I ask this a lot, I'm gonna search. Thanks for your help wiki. =D --Lemita 15:37, 10 Apr 2006 (CDT)

Uh...you can't. And it's not technically a song. Why wouldn't you want the whole awesome podcast? -CapitalQtalk ♪ 16:25, 10 Apr 2006 (CDT)
Very true. My bad on the song thing. It was utterly hilarious! The language voice sounds stereotypical-alienesque (Did they do anything to his voice?). But I was laughing because it's... weird, lack of a better way to say it. I feel bad for whoever the narrator's talking to. Linnell sure does have a twisted sense of humor... =) --Lemita 11:29, 12 Apr 2006 (CDT)
BTW: You can easily cut the song out of the podcast with some like SoundForge or other sound-editing program. I couldn't wait for Sketchy Galore to come out by itself! I'M WEAK! (sob)--tehbagel 11:46, 29 Apr 2006 (CDT)
You can just use iTunes to cut it out, as well. -CapitalQtalk ♪ 11:50, 29 Apr 2006 (CDT)
How?
I don't suppose this is against the whole TMBG copyright policy (it's more of an iTunes how-to), so I think I can say... On any song in your library in iTunes, you can right-click the song, choose "Get info", and go to the "Options" tab at the top of the box. There you'll see the start and end time for playing-- you just find the times that that portion starts and finishes, type them in (you can be precise to decimal points to get a more exact time), and press "OK". Then, with that same song (I usually would play the song first to make sure the time starts and ends right) right-click again and click "Convert to (MP3/AAC/whichever)." The new file should now contain just the snippet you cut out, and everything's happy. ~ magbatz 23:48, 1 May 2006 (CDT)

"There are no photographs" into the opening notes of Rotary Club is the most amazingly creepy segue ever. Mucket 18:11, 5 January 2007 (UTC)