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8<div style="width:600px; text-align:left; font-family:calibri; padding:17px; font-size:17px; border:2px solid #000000;"><i>Have you ever tried to create a Text to Speech (TTS) audio file, and thought, <b>&ldquo;That was easy?&rdquo;</b></i><br />
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10Even, &rdquo; That sounds great!&rdquo;<br />
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12Nope, didn&rsquo;t think so.<br />
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14<b>Let&rsquo;s face it &mdash; up until now creating &lsquo;Text To Speech&rsquo; audio has been a PAIN&hellip;</b><br />
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18Just plain disapointing!<br />
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20Sure, you could outsource your Voiceovers&hellip; and pay several hundred bucks for an &ldquo;average&rdquo; Voice Over&hellip; not to mention the time and hassle of going back and forth with a bunch of freelancers.<br />
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22But what if there was a much easier, faster way to create Human Sounding audio in a few clicks&hellip; in MINUTES from now?!<br />
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24You&rsquo;re in luck, because there&rsquo;s a brand new tool that&rsquo;s just hit the market called Speechelo, and it&rsquo;s going to <a href="http://gummiies.us/HtsHcHNWgHwCdSRb7KivXUSwfHK9bWPApa1Z2FuJKuINiFCi0A" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>make your life INFINITELY easier when it comes to creating Voice-oers from Text</b></a><br />
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26<b>&ndash; Expensive Freelancers<br />
27&ndash; Forget &lsquo;Robotic&rsquo; TTS Tools<br />
28&ndash; Forget disapointing results</b><br />
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30<a href="http://gummiies.us/HtsHcHNWgHwCdSRb7KivXUSwfHK9bWPApa1Z2FuJKuINiFCi0A" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>Now you can get the ultimate edge over the competition,</b></a> slash hours off your day, and pump out Human sounding Audio for your videos in double quick time.<br />
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32<b>PS.</b> <i>This NEW software will create Voice-overs that sound &lsquo;Human&rsquo; I&rsquo;ve never heard anything like it&hellip;</i></div>
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49<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">wing up, friends Mitch Weaver (Norm Macdonald) and Sam McKenna (Artie Lange) are taught by Sam&#39;s hard-nosed dad, &quot;Pops&quot; McKenna (Jack Warden), not to &quot;take crap from anyone&quot;. To that end, the pair plant a bunch of guns in a schoolyard bully&#39;s desk and have him arrested for gun possession; next, they catch a kid-fondling crossing guard in the act, after having applied Krazy Glue to the bottom of Mitch&#39;s pants. As adults, after losing fourteen jobs in three months and being dumped by his girlfriend, Mitch moves in with Sam and Pops, who then has a heart attack. In the hospital, Pops confides that, because of their parents&#39; swinging lifestyle, he is also Mitch&#39;s father. Even though Pops&#39; heart is failing, Dr. Farthing (Chevy Chase), a hopeless gambler, will raise Mr. McKenna&#39;s position on the transplant waiting list if he is paid $50,000, to save himself from his bookie. Mitch and Sam get jobs in
50 a cinema with an abusive manager (Don Rickles) and exact their revenge by showing Men In Black (Who Like To Have Sex With Each Other) to a packed house and got their manager fired. The other workers congratulate them and suggest they go into business. Mitch and Sam open &quot;Dirty Work&quot;, a revenge-for-hire business (the Dirty Work phone number is &quot;555-0187&quot;, a fictitious number used later on Saturday Night Live.). Mitch falls for a woman named Kathy (Traylor Howard) who works for a shady used car dealer (David Koechner). After publicly embarrassing the dealer during a live TV commercial (Mitch: &quot;Here&rsquo;s another dead hooker in this trunk!&quot;), the duo exacts increasingly lucrative reprisals for satisfied customers until they interfere with unscrupulous local property developer Travis Cole (Christopher McDonald). Cole tricks them into destroying &quot;his&quot; apartment building (actually owned by Mr. John Kirkpatrick, the landlord), promising to pay them
51  enough to save Pops. Afterwards, Cole reneges, revealing that he is not the owner and that he had them vandalize the building so that he could buy it cheaply, evict the tenants (including Kathy&#39;s grandmother), and build a parking lot for his luxurious new opera house. Unknown to Cole, Mitch&#39;s &quot;note to self&quot; mini-tape recorder captures this confession. Mitch and Sam plot their revenge on Cole, using the tape to set up an elaborate trap. Using skunks, a loyal army of prostitutes, homeless men, a noseless friend (Chris Farley), brownies with hallucinogenic additives, and Pops, they ruin the opening night of Don Giovanni, an opera sponsored prominently by Cole. With the media present, Mitch plays back Cole&#39;s confession over the theater&#39;s sound system. Cole sees that his public image is being tarnished and agrees to pay the $50,000. In the end, Cole is punched in the stomach, arrested and jailed, his dog is raped by a skunk, Pops gets his operation, and Mitch g
52 ets the girl. Dr. Farthing overcomes his gambling habit but is beaten to death by bookies in the en</span></body>