The thing with Action Dan and Science Brian, is that they don’t half go on. And on. But the thing with sound effects is that they don’t necessarily go on long enough to cope with ol’ Blather and Blarney over there. So when a sound effect falls short or runs out midway through a scene, it needs to be strung out somehow. And this is where looping comes in.
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So, I thought I’d give Science Brian a break from doing the science post for our latest episode, and I’m going to take on this particular one. Handily, I know a lot about submarines. Really I do.
Let’s start at the beginning.
The submarine is named after Sir John Submarine, who at one time was proprietor of the largest chain of funeral directors in the British Empire. His company, ‘Submarine’s Emporium of Loved One Despatch’, buried some of the Empire’s most well-known colonial expansionists.
Ah, Christmas. That time of year where we exchange presents, eat too much, watch television programmes that we would never watch under any other circumstances, politely listen to relatives we avoid during the rest of the year, and have a nice time playing with gunpowder.
Welcome to the latest episode in my irregular series: ‘Complaining About Science Brian’s Sound Descriptions’. This month we have this charmingly and unnecessarily specific addition to the list:
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