Saturday, June 30, 2007

A Bad Sign

Episode 26 of The Meditations of Diogenes The Cynic. Thanks to the Blochalela Foundation for sponsoring this week's reading.

To hear the story, ignore Cassandra



This week in The Prattler, "The Romney Inaugural."









The story can be read from the cliff.


Conversion of the original file added a whine. The original recording is below:
Episode 26 of The Meditations of Diogenes The Cynic, read by Weirsdo.

31 comments:

Minka said...

Look who´s up early and gives a girl witha time zone advantage a treat :)

Cie Cheesemeister said...

Doug, I wanted to read the story but instead I got this.
http://homepage.mac.com/dpascover/Sites/2-%20A%20Bad%20Sign.html
I have a new email.
cheesemeister@q.com
My computer is being a large pain in the butt right now!

Ariel the Thief said...

damn. it made me cry.

Minka said...

ok, the second recording was lovely to listen,too... well done, weirsdo.

'male offspring of a dog of the female persuasion" was a brilliant ending'

Unknown said...

Minka, very prompt, young lady.

Cheesemeister, thanks. I think the link is working now.

Ariel, her prophesying is perfected now.

Thanks, Minka. That's my kind of poetry.

Anonymous said...

once again, well done, Mrs. Weirsdo! what a fantastic and well-nuanced reading. *claps enthusiastically*

and once again, well done, Doug. this was a fantastic and well-directed episode. that Alice, choosing to follow her destiny, whether she thinks she intends to, or not. apparently, being an assassin is more difficult than one might imagine. (messy, too.) ; )

TLP said...

The Destinist destitutely deterged the desultory Oracle. And if you think that doesn't make sense, then you have some.

G said...

What a classical wonderful reading! Bravo Weirsdo, nicely done. And bravo to you too Doug for a wonderfully "executed" story. Could there be a twist in this ending? I guess we'll find out.

Nicely done you two.

Cie Cheesemeister said...

Yes, that's better. Sounds like poor Alice is just a pawn of the Fates.

Cie Cheesemeister said...

PANSI wants you to know that she doesn't care about these people and their silly problems, she has REAL problems. But she would like you to see this.

mireille said...

“Sonofabitch!” I LOVE that! xoxo

actonbell said...

Bravo, Weirsdo!
great story, Doug. Architects can go either way: hmm, maybe that explains organic architecture.

Anonymous said...

Best written episode yet.

Tom & Icy said...

Great job, Weirsdo!

Unknown said...

Neva, my "direction" was understanding that Weirsdo owns Cassandra.

She definitely did, TLP.

Thanks, G. What's a twist?

Cheesie, A new aadventures of Pansi?!?!?! And just when I thought my heart had dried up.

Haha, Mireille. You conform to no stereotypes, that's true.

And interior design, probably, too, Actonbell.

Thanks Quentin and Icy.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to everyone, and especially Doug for another opportunity to explore my creepy inner prophetess.

Anonymous said...

It took you long enuff, Mr. Dog!!!! You can come visit me in the Never World if you want and if I am not to bizzy but do not menshon the dried-up hart thing becuz that mite be a dish at Steak Thru the Hart wich is a TERRABLE restorant they have there!!!

Anonymous said...

I will be back to this in the morning when I am more astute and can give it my full attention.

You should not complain about comments disappearing Dawg. I have had my trials here.

actonbell said...

rabbit, rabbit!

ihlyn--from the one-handed bandit

Lila said...

Rabbit, rabbit!

Nice job with the story and reading, once again.

TLP said...

Rabbit rabbit!

Jamie Dawn said...

"Her body slumped against Alice, soaking her tunic in blood."

Doug, you're scaring me!

Anonymous said...

Rabbit, Rab...

...bit

javajazz said...

Bunny Bunny, Dog.
Happy Canada Day,
and all that jazz.
xo

Nessa said...

Lovely reading.

So, do I want to be an assassin or not?

Anonymous said...

Wonderful reading. Doug I want to morph into you for the brilliant lines and sparkling comments

I'm having all kinds of Mac problems just when Apple couldn't care less about computers. I know this doesn't belong here but I really need to complain

Unknown said...

Weirsdo, thank you. You make me sound bardish.

Pansi, the cocktails are on me.

We have our trials here below, Cooper.

Actonbell, you're taking your July luck to the slots?

Thanks, AP3. Rabbit Rabbit!

TLP, and also to you.

Sorry JD, it'll be funny again soon I hope.

Ne va, rabbit rabbit

Hey, Happy Canada Day, JJ!

Nessa, check with the family. I'm thinking so.

Thanks, Pia. Venting is always welcome here.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, it made me laugh.

Anonymous said...

Thanks AP3, Goldennib, and Pia.

Indeterminacy said...

No offense Doug, but that's the best reading I've heard in a long time, maybe ever. Mrs. Weirsdo should go into audio books.

A great story well read is a knock out punch.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Indie.