Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Siebszehn
To hear this week's part, click on the drunk Monk. I did the reading this week again because my nephews have a lame ma.


To read this week's part, click on the young and old monks.


This week in The Prattler, Xenophobia's Gone Global
en Boldog születésnapot, Ariel!

9 comments:

TLP said...

This is your best story so far. The entire thing I mean, not just this excellent episode.

Word of the day: Superior: Doug's talent.

Anonymous said...

even in "the day",God's
servants saw the
advantage of
child labor....
who were they
serving
Peace

Unknown said...

Thanks, TLP, for the reminder you adopted me.

Actually Bear, I consider child labor important work leading to fewer useless adults.

Jamie Dawn said...

I don't know what you're saying to Ariel, but if it's some sort of congratulations, then I second it!

Terrific episode, once again.
My favorite line is when Herr Braun says his wife will tell Deitrich about his evening.
I have no doubt of that! That wench needs a horse whipping, and truth be told, Deitrich would take pleasure in seeing such a beating. Then, of course, he'd feel remorse.

:-)

Jamie Dawn said...

I'll try to pop in over at The Prattler later tonight.

coper said...

Happy Birthday Ariel.


I see a The Reformation of
Wolfshausen SHO series in your future Vis-à-vis "The Tudors".

Minka said...

Hope Areiel had a very special day, here's to her next year.
I kinda have to second TLP...this is one of your best stories...although I have always been a huge fan of Sharazade's wedding...but I love this piece.
And Doug, you can read three epsiodes in a row and it would take nothing away from teh pleasure of hearing it....well, unless you could convince Colin to read an epsiode of course ;)

Unknown said...

I'm guessing Heinrich Braun is no stranger to remorse, JD, but a good-natured friend. That is either Hungarian for "Happy Birthday" or Translatorese for "Happy Birthday."

Coop, Showtime is where it's at these days.

Ha, Minka. I could maybe get Colin Firth by making the title more pretentious. La Reformation Aux Bruxelles? Reform and Reformation?

Ariel the Thief said...

That is Hungarian for "Happy Birthday" and Curmudgeonese for "and". Thank you, guys!