Oh my Goodness. The end of a long, long winter. The beginning of a short, short spring. The sky turns lighter, the clock springs forward, the bunnies start to bun, and life is better.
It's just the best season of all the season, except if you live in Northern Canada. Then spring is just a fancy name for winter. Still freezing and and still unpredictable. And, of course, if you live in the Midwest it is tornado season. Never mind. Spring is here. Rejoice.
The idiots at Rubber Chicken Cards love the spring, mainly because we work in a place that opens to the outdoors. So in the winter, when we look at the sky, we all get really cold and have to run heaters. But when it springs up, we open up, and the sun shines down and the gentle breezes blow. OMG. What a glorious time.
We have some really awesome (yes, the word is overused, but it is awesome) cards for you to choose from. We have the drunk dogs of Happy Hour, the idiot sports doode Da Sport, Puss the Unlucky Kitty, and Diane from Way Up North. A selection that would make anyone proud.
Melissa is one of the best voice over people in the Universe and you, if you own a media company, should hire her. Not only is she brilliant, she is also the nicest person in the world. For Rubber Chicken Cards she voices the Psychick, Twinkie the Runway Designer, Kimmi from Juice Juice, Tone from Bongo and Tone, and a few others.
When Rubber Chicken Cards started, we had two voice over actors that did all the voices, both male and female. The two voices were Richard Zobel and Steven Rotblatt. As our cast grew, we need other voices. The first person we hired, at Screen Actors prices and under SAG contract, was Martha Lambert. Then we hired Melissa next to do the Psychick. She is and was so brilliant that we have not stopped using her.sign up for a free trial account here, to send unlimited free eCards for 10 days!