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Jerry Reed
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Jerry Reed Voice Talent, the voice with a Warm Tone and Natural Finish.
Jerry Reed Voice Talent, the voice with a Warm Tone and Natural Finish.

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Excellent read and great advise for developers of eLearning modules.

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Shot a 6 point buck yesterday, with my camera. #whitetail
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Jake and Penny keeping a watchful eye.
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Letting Go (Part two)
A few weeks ago readers of this blog were introduced to the next stage of my life after which I proclaimed that I was “letting go” of the concept of being a full time voice actor. I soon discovered what it was like to have nothing to do and nothing to fill ...

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I learned last night that George Takei got his start as a voice actor long before Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek. He was the voice of Professor Kashiwagi in the 1956 film - Rodan. It was great meeting George last night at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica NY
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To celebrate the anniversary of Star Trek I dug out my recording of The Voyage of Star Trek narrated by John Leeder on the NBC Source Radio Network from 1982. Lot of great people interviewed including Gene Roddenberry. By the way, George Takei (Hikaru Sulu) is making a rare speaking appearance soon at Mohawk Valley Community College on September 17th. They have plenty of tickets still available and they're only $35 for the general public. http://mvcc.edu/tickets 
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Letting Go
Life comes in stages. And, I don't want be too maudlin when I say this but, it's time to move on. Every industry goes through upheavals as times change. Right now, prices voice seekers are willing to pay have eroded and tempers are flaring. I don't envy an...

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This is the West Dummerston Covered Bridge which is the second longest covered wooden highway bridge wholly within the state of Vermont, and the longest covered bridge still open to traffic. It was originally constructed in 1872 by Caleb B. Lamson and has seen many upgrades since that time. Visited on Sunday, August 22, 2016
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