Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


I went over to elpasointernetradio dot com to check on how it was doing and found that the site is now titled Langston Hews: The Voice. The site announces a “new voiceover venture” and asks that it be bookmarked for upcoming 2018 projects. The photograph of Hews appears to show Bill Schmalfeldt.

It was just a few weeks ago that Schmalfeldt announced his retirement from Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Brett Unread, and a few days later, the “Langston Hews” byline appeared at BU.

You know, this reminds me of the Prevarication Du Jour from a year ago today.

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fmp201701061548zSpeaking for myself, it’s never particularly bothered me to be called a liar by a pathological liar. However, I do have a problem with being falsely accused of crimes.

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I so old I remember when the Cabin Boy™ testified under oath that he had difficulty speaking because of a degenerative illness.

Yep. Lying liars gotta lie.

17 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. There were several times he has said he could no longer speak due to his Fatkinsons. How’s he going to do voice overs? Maybe he and his Inflate-A-Boy will just sit around making grunting noises and drunkenly slurring words together? Fruuuuuubbkkkk ewwwwwww Kemmmbblllleeeerrrrrrrr

    • The successful voice-over people I know have excellent references and reputations in radio. There are thousands of voice over actors within 100 miles of major cities, and most talent can produce high quality work in their homes. So, everybody in the industry is competing with each other, since the internet makes moving audio very easy.

  2. Can you call someone a pathological liar when they lie reflexively, without thinking about lying? Asking for, well, not a friend for sure.

  3. Not sure about that, but I’d bet a month’s pay he never pooped on one of his mom’s good kitchen chairs.

    …and then wrote about it on the Internet.

    I know someone who has, though.

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