Saturday, April 17, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Siebenundsechzig
To hear this week's episode, click on the wolfpack.



Or, you can read this week's episode by clicking in the forest.

The story so far is here.

13 comments:

tsduff said...

I was planning to like this episode as I delighted in hearing you make the pig talk...

Then the boys' gory fighting got ugly - too much blood before breakfast.

TLP said...

Whoa! Didn't see this coming! Great reading!

Wolves get a bad rap. Are you sure that the boar didn't cause the worst of the gore? I've known some mean pigs.

Ariel the Thief said...

The pictures are beautiful.

Karen said...

SHYWOLF: The pound of flesh which I demand of him Is deerely bought, 'tis mine, and I will haue it.

cooper said...

when doves fly and pigs talk...nice episode a little more fantasy...

Karen said...

SHYWOLF: If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?"

Ariel the Thief said...

LOL!! Nice episode indeed, the blood WAS taken, though, this time, good one, Karen! Have you seen the movie with Al Pacino and Jeremy Iron?

actonbell said...

Great episode:)
And I agree with Ariel that the pictures are special.

Karen said...

I think so, Ariel.

SHYLOCK [Al Pacino]:
... Be nominated
for an equal pound
Of your fair flesh,
to be cut off and taken
In what part of
your body pleaseth me.

Doug said...

Terry, sausage for breakfast?

I have too, TLP, but mainly sows.

Thanks, Ariel. I'm no photographer but I like to think I'm a pretty good googler.

Karen, The Merchant of Venice is pretty quotable.

Thanks, Cooper.

Karen, all that glisters is not quote.

Ariel, I saw that. Jeremy Irons is a good choice for Antonio and Pacino makes a perfect Shylock.

Thanks, Actonbell. The forest picture was from a bad site. I like to think I liberated the trees.

I always thought Shylock deserved more credit than he got for not claiming interest.

Ariel the Thief said...

One thing I love in those dramas that there are no good and bad people but lots of little people, who all try their worst/best. I've never liked Antonio, and Jeremy Iron was indeed very good, and sometimes hilarious, and I appreciated that the movie didn't try to decide who is right and who is wrong. Oh and Al Pacino... I think that guy gives you an electric shock when you touch him.

Karen said...

Hey Ariel,

Cooper thinks you rewrote this post.
Together you [two] can do things for which they hang you [two] if you [two] do them alone.

weirsdo said...

Urg! I hope Dietmarchen doesn't get the blame.