Saturday, May 15, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Einundsiebzig
To hear this week's episode, ask Jeeves.

Or, you can read this week's episode by clicking on the boy and his pig.

The story so far is here.


Thom said...

I enjoyed this a great deal. As i said i remember listening to Quilly and Charley read one for you. And from last week remember I said i couldn't hear it. Well I thought of my headphones and viola i listened to the whole thing. That was awesome. Jacob did a great job. He would put excitement in his voice and did a tremendous job. I laughed when he laughed at the word naked :) Have a great rest of the weekend :)

Karen said...


Karen said...

Silly Thom.

Andy said naked.

Karen said...


actonbell said...

Good read! Jeremiah's growing up to be so--human.

Karen said...


Karen said...

I'm so lazy. I haven't even read OR listened to this chapter yet.

Cooper said...

Fun stuff this week.


TLP said...

Perfect pictures today!

Great read and great reading. Loving it.

Karen said...

I agree with Coop. This is fun stuff. I was about to go out of mind with boredom in tedious Wolfshausen.

And I also agree with A-Bell. Jeremiah is growing up to be so -- human. Maybe even a clothes -- horse:

"The cloth the man wore shone with admirable refinement. The threads were so even and unfrayed that Jeremiah imagined that God had invented fire by pulling all
the chaos out of the strange man’s pants. Jeremiah disliked the man immediately but envisioned himself in a similar suit".

I mean what could more human than envying a smart suit on someone else?

I have to disagree with myself and Coop, though, on the humanoid comparison. That word wasn't even invented until the early 20th century.

(Hi TLP. Glad you've rested up from recreation).

Doug said...

Well done, Thom. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Slow Saturday, Karen?

Actonbell, that happens to the worst of us.

Karen, no rush. I'd wait until you have some free time.

Yup. Cooper.

Thanks, TLP.

Karen we're 20th-centuroid.

Karen said...

" ... the reading is the best part, isn't it?"

Anonymous said...

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front doors
hippies use sidedoor

For The World
Is Filled
With Many
A Blessing

weirsdo said...

I did read and am interested in the story, but allow me to digress. I liked Stephen Fry as Jeeves, but he is the wrong body type. (Hugh Laurie, on the other hand, was perfect as Bertie Wooster.) I prefer Fry as Melchet et al. in "Black Adder."