Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
Saturday, April 26, 2008
The Unionville Chronicles
To hear Oceallaigh and Quilly read the fifth Canto, click on the late Doña de Dolor. Mahalo y gracias!
What nice voices! Bravo and brava!
Good again, Doug.
To have Doug's spectacular stories stories translated so melodically is quite a treat.
Way to go all.
I loved listening to the accent on...
"Don Alejandro Francisco Costa del Dolor"
Bless the coyote.
Kia ora et da nada, Dawg. ;)
Coyote is right. He and I have blueprints for a mass-produced bomb shelter. We're gonna make a mint. xoxo
very good---as for darwin turn off,do not remember,was dropping out,back then...still remember the quiet...
Disaster?!! Oh no! What will coyote do?
Hooray! I just came from Quilly's blog just before coming here. How neat to hear her and OC.
Quilly sounds sweet, and OC has great diction.
Well done all!!!
Absolutely fabulous reading by the Hawaiian lovebirds (with all accents :)) as well as the turn of the story. I look forward to all the chapters of your stories - uh oh - better get her done.
Thanks for all your kindness! We are glad you enjoyed the listen!
Thanks, TLP. A great reading I think,
Cooper, I did, too. Well switched, OC.
Vielen dank, de novo, Amoeba.
Mireille, did you get ACME? They're the best.
Actonbell, me either.
Volcanic Bear, wherever there's quiet, you'll find Darwin.
Jamie Dawn, just as you'd expect from a schoolteacher and a dictionary.
Back to the corn, crow.
Quill, it was great work.
Doug -- it was the material we were given to work with.
Muy bueno, Amigo! It sounds like the latest Netherworld news set to rhyme.
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