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Man meets friend at a bar for a drink and he breaks down. His daughter has been missing in a missing children's case. This is more of a dramatic monologue seen in film or television.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM) North American (US New England - Boston, Providence)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
If you say that again, I'm gonna come at you. I'm the father. If it's not my fault. Whose fault is it, Doug? I can blame everybody else, including the man upstairs. But that doesn't make things better. I keep looking for the lessons in it. I keep thinking I figure something out like a piece to some mystery puzzle. And as soon as I have a minute to breathe, something comes along and throws it back across the room. I can't make sense of it anymore. I don't even know what I'm trying to piece together. I didn't come here for any of this. I just want my drink. I want my quiet, and I don't want to be asked any more questions. You stop asking me questions. Don't even talk anymore because you're getting on my nerves talking about Charlie and your house And who gives a damn? Do I look like a man who actually gives a damn If you don't like Charlie so much? Then confront the son of a ***** about it. Grab him by the face and tell him what you think. That's the problem. Nowadays with everybody nobody wants to stand up for what they think or believe. Everyone's afraid to speak out for fear of getting clobbered over the head from the other side. It's just noisy opinions and more opinions, and we're all drowning one another out of opinions, and nobody is doing anything about it. We're all forgetting how to live, how to love, how to trust. I feel I don't a kid.