Saturday, May 08, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Siebzig
To hear this week's episode, read by my super-special guest nephew, Jacob, follow the path at right.

Or, you can read this week's episode by clicking on the chaos at left.

Much thanks to Andy, but more so to monkey boy!


Anonymous said...

GrandPa Steve thinks Jacob was awesome. Andy and Doug make us proud too. Happy Mother's Day to the moms who are responsible

Anonymous said...

Well I wanted to listen to this. I've listened to it once with Quilly when her and Charley read but I couldn't hear this one. Dang It. I know my volume was all the way up...shucks. Maybe next week

Karen said...

I followed the path
to hear Uncle Doug's
read this week's episode.

(Tee Hee. Andy said naked).

Ariel the Thief said...

Uncle Doug didn't bother to write a shorter Teil for you, Jake, and you tackled with the problem as a real man. And you are right, sausages have no singular... I very much enjoyed your reading, and Dad was always helpfully distracting. Oh and finally, someone read slow enough so I could follow... :))

Karen said...

I'm back again. I clicked on the chaos at left where "horses, oxen and OLD women were very much in fashion as traveling companions".

It's Jeremiah's good fortune to meet Trudi. She does seem to know the important characters in this week's episode, doesn't she?

Cooper said...

Great work Uncle Doug, and great read Jacob. That was a very long episode your uncle assigned you.

Karen said...

Oh. And "Cheers" to you as well, Doug.

I am absolutely determined to have the very last word on this blog post as you did say your computer will be down for a good long spell.

Consider this a Double-Dare-Ya.

Doug said...

Pop, I have to say Jacob is, in fact, awesome.

Sorry to hear that, Thom. I recommend trying again for this one.

Yeah, Karen, Andy stays one step away from South Park. Thanks.

Ariel, what is the diminutive of "Magyar?" I think Jacob might be one.

Karen, I think Trudi has met a lot of people.

Cooper, illiteracy was a risk for Jacob. I'm trying to keep him on the bright side.

Thanks, Karen. I have my father's until mine can be fixed. It just isn't RSS-y or bookmarky according to my process.

Karen said...

As I said, I am absolutely determined to have the very last word on this blog post.

Anonymous said...

I have tried everything I can think of...dang it!

Ariel the Thief said...

Doug, it is Magyarka.

Karen said...

Then, Thom, you didn't try hard enough.

p.s. I do check my e-mail throughout the day.

actonbell said...

Gorgeous pics! And I'll be back later to catch up.

Karen said...

Honestly, A-Bell. We can play catch up later. I can even e-mail you more gorgeous JPEG pics if you're too busy to come back. And I promise, no Photoshop!

Karen said...

I meant to say really, A-Bell.

TLP said...

Oh, that was wonderful! That boy is as smart as he is cute! He just turned six and he reads so very well. I'm very impressed! Of course, the Pascover's are an intelligent bunch, but still.

I always forget that Andy sounds so much like you Doug. And you finished the reading very nicely. You did a very good turn as a rasby-voiced woman.

Doug said...

Karen and Thom, my regrets.

Ariel, Jakika the Magyarka?

Good news, Karen.

Thanks, A-bell. I googled 'em myself.

A kind offer, Karen.

Yeah, TLP, Andy is the Doug that came to California and stayed. Jacob is probably the smartest of us all, although his cousin Stevie is kind of a brain, too.

weirsdo said...

I'm sorry I missed Jacob. I'm kind of hoping Trudi won't have a heart of gold. . . .