Where is this speaker from?
I'm fairly convinced it's someone from an Asian or Middle Eastern Country learning to speak English or speaking English and while doing a really swell job of it is still affected by their native tongue.
Also it sounds as if the second individual is wearing dentures as evidenced by the repetitive hiss at the end of words. It comes from the mechanical interference of the dentures with the accustomed mouth part movements in forming words.
It sounds like Tobias on Arrested Development
I was getting am error page before, but it's playing now. Bridgeport, Connecticut?
So when are we getting the answer?
OK, I guess it's time for a hint. It's not Minnesota, and it's definitely nowhere near Massachussetts.
Wait...I'm confused...Rom, you've known the whole time?!? I'm really confused...
Are they even from North America?
>>Are they even from North America?<<
yes, of course
Ok, so OI's theory is wrong (which I had figured since they both had a distinct, native sounding accent.
Are they from the US?
>>Ok, so OI's theory is wrong (which I had figured since they both had a distinct, native sounding accent. <<
correct. The dentures part is also wrong. lol
A Midland accent, perhaps?
All the vowels in that passage sound the same to me.
Sounds like they from eastern long island to me ...
>>Sounds like they from eastern long island to me ...<<
What makes you say that?
hmm you sure thats not 'brother' and not bother ...
>> What makes you say that? <<
well the way they pronounce the vowels ... and I got a few ppl around here to actually say the phrase ... almost matchs.