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, July 04, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear this week's episode read by Terry and- wait for it- Bear, click on the stylish merchants of Germany.
Or, to read this week's episode, click on the shore-left sailor.
It's always nice when you have two voices in the reading! Thanks guys!
Good story advance Doug.
Happy forth of July to all who care to celebrate it. Including me...yipppeeeeeeeee...am off to buy stuff for the grill. Will save this treat for a little later.
May this day light up for each of us!!!!
Great job all. The recording stopped part way through, but hopefully no one else has this problem.
Dietrich is such a gabber; he talks incessantly.
Light a sparkler and thank God for America!!
Happy Independence Day!!!!!!
Oh, I especially enjoyed this installment. The narrator and the Wagon Master have great listening voices -- and they had a wonderful bit of script to work with. Well done to all!
Happy 4th of July!
Very nice rendition Terry and Bear.
Clothes make the man, Doug.
Happy 4th of July.
The reading was more than fun, I LOVED it. Terry, is it ok to fall for your Bear a little? :))
Thanks, TLP. I agree, two voices are good.
Hope it was good and wurst, Minka.
Yep, JD. We shouldn't invite him to Chandra or we'll never get a word in.
Happy Independence Day, Quilly.
And to you, Nessa.
Ariel, Terry is nothing if not generous.
Nice two-for. I think the simpler outfit.....
Hope the 4th was grand.
Ariel - It's quite okay - everybody does :)
LOL! I should have known. :)
Coop, the simpler outfit makes the better man?
Terry and Ariel, if you are looking for a swinger's site, they are everywhere else.
ok, a lot later....but it was so worth it!!!!
those two are just lovely voices together....and Doug, I didn't know you knew so much about satin, lace, frills and puffs :)
Good luck, dietrich!
Good Job to Terry and Bear!
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