Here we see Thomas P. Jameson III doing a Laoshu on Japanese.
Original YT playout date: 14 August 2010
In the style of the late great Moses McCormick, the Texan cowboy reviews a stack of Japanese learning
Moses died while still young but he was a beloved member of the expat community who helped many of us out. He helped me personally on multiple occasions. Laoshu also supported my channel giving me mentions from time to time in his own videos. Moses will be greatly missed. Of course, he was still going strong at the time I made the above.
Production date: 6 July 2006
Playout date: 6/7/2006
Camera: Logitech Webcam
Post Production: WMM effects and chipmunking
Location: Home desk, evening
This wasn’t popular and I don’t really like it either, nevertheless, I haven’t – rightly or wrongly – binned it yet. At least I have the guts to let the crappier ones stand out there for inspection! Quite a few folk got offended by their patriotic songs being sung frivolously. To these, I can only say, grow the hell up.
Not everyone enjoyed listening to this version of Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Ponies’ classic, but I enjoyed singing it, so what the heycque, as they say in Belgium. You can click through and see what the follk had to say.
Here Thomas P. Jamieson III rebuts the nonsense of Huliganov, and shows how a song should be sung.
American patriot Thomas P. Jameson III has taken exception to Victor Dmitrievitch Huliganov’s poetry reading, and responds with his own reading of a Limey Poet “Lorryate”, or Trucker poet.
This is the second character I produced with the webcam – after Viktor Huliganov, but Thomas P. Jameson III was not very popular with my audience – in fact some Americans seem to have taken exception to some of what he did. I could probably do a bit more with the character, but Viktor sort of comes easier.