Burroughs' voice is so distinctive that the fact that the narrator in this ISN'T WSB is a little disconcerting--his tone's a little more modulated, suggesting politely, instead of proclaiming how it's been, and how it's going to be.
"One of the things Burroughs said during our visit, not in the film or story, was, 'when anyone knocks something over or trips over something or breaks anything, they are at that moment thinking of someone they don’t like.' Every time I knocked something over or tripped over anything I stopped to think, and I was always thinking of someone or something that I didn’t like. This was illuminating."-Van Sant, Motherboard