Saturday, March 21, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Zwölf
To hear Minka and I read, gather around the sausage merchant.







To read this week's part, go to market with Herr Braun.

This week in The Prattler, Seeking Scandal.

14 comments:

TLP said...

Wow! Not just Minka, but Douglas too. She's in the states, or you were there, or is this more cleverness?

Really great reading. (You did good too dog.)

Good story line again.

Tom & Icy said...

That was great!

the amoeba said...

My spies claim "live duet", TLP.

OK, so I can't pronounce fünfzeneinsunzwanzig, Minka. Or Teil, either. Showoff ...

So when is Dietrich going to start wondering "Hey! Who's the carpenter around here?" Or would that be giving the game away ...

Y'know, it's just as well that Martin Luther's story took place in Germany, before English was English. Otherwise, somebody might have figured out just how careful you have to be, pronouncing the word "theses" ...

quilly said...

Minka -- great job! [much appplause] And I won't speak to your partner so he ignore me with a clear conscience.

actonbell said...

Bravo! Wonderful job, you two!
And this is getting to be quite the cliffhanger.

Doug said...

Thanks, TLP. I have an honored guest.

Thanks, Tom.

Amoeba, that would illegal self-awareness in a fictional character.

Quilly, I didn't know it was you I was overlooking. If I had I would have overlooked someone else!

Thankls, Actonbell.

Nessa said...

You two sound good together (even better than the sausage looks.)

Anonymous said...

nice read
(yet to get realplayer to work)
Peace and Happiness Always
how is the fence painting going?

Doug said...

Nessa, a daughter of Bavaria would discount nürnberger bratwurst. This son of Ohio does not. (But thanks.)

Bear you seem to be having trouble getting the speech, I seem unable to get anything else vis-a-vis fence-painting.

quilly said...

Doug -- someone who complains less?

cooper said...

An award winning presentation this week.

Nice duet.

Doug said...

Right, Quilly. A male, for instance.

Thanks Coop. It's all in the harmony.

tsduff said...

Ahh, such a nice German accent - both the real and the poser...
You sound well together.

My mouth watered when you described the sausage.

Jamie Dawn said...

Frau Braun didn't like to hear that her hubby was giving away cheese for free. She sounds like such a gem.
:-)
Poor Deitrich! He needs to escape!!!