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Apr 29, 2015 | 8:32 PM EDT
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4.63 / 5.00

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Made for the 20th anniversary of Newgrounds.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds like the kind of thing you'd hear as in introduction to an interview, a somber presentation with compelling narrative, concise but complete, and it starts in a way that immediately captures your addition too. The FBI? What?! What happened then?!

Overall a nice homage to this all but arbitrary anniversary! 20 years is an unusually long time on teh Internetz. Hope there'll be plenty more decades to celebrate.


VicariousE responds:

The mic quality still makes me cringe, but I felt compelled to contribute this audio file to RealFaction's 20th anniversary video, something he could toss on top of the shaky video of the office I took.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've just noticed that your narration voice is a little similar to this guy's voice. Starting from 1.10 onwards into the video. Smooth and articulate.

VicariousE responds:

Ahhh, he stoled my voice >:(


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I got a big spot in my heart for this place too.

VicariousE responds:

That's about the gist of it, though I had to say something clinical, less gooey. Damn thing almost sounds like a crappy version, of a VH1's "Where Are They Now" voice over :p


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I've gotta say, your voice reminds me of the documentaries I watch on TV. You should get a job as a narrator! :D

I haven't known much about the NG history nor the FBI (partly because of the fact that newgrounds itself is actually older than me), but you've definitely got me interested to know more about it.I think I'll spend a couple more hours on the web searching for it . C:

VicariousE responds:

Aww, thank you! Nah, you won't find much on that, unless you pour over the FBI's public records. In the mid-to-late 90's, a lot of people who used file sharing (via FTP sites) had their computers confiscated if they had a lot of music or even a scrap of kiddie porn.

A lot of people weren't careful with what was uploaded to their computers... back then, you had to upload, more than you downloaded, to get a song or a crappy video. It was a crude way to build a database worth going to. By the time the upload/download ratios were becoming more even, the FBI just started taking computers. Some were charged with crimes, some weren't.

Anyway, it really paved the way for stuff like Napster, so the surviving files could be shared more easily, and with little to no ratio limits. It also acted as a kiddie porn firewall, and that was a relief.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Your voice. You are quite a narrator.
Really good, man. Great story to tell, too. I share that opinion... shame I no longer have time to spend here as I used to.


VicariousE responds:

Good to hear from you! It's okay to walk away from this site, when it gets to be too much to handle... or life gets to be too much to handle. Thanks for the compliment, I'll try and sound better next time!