Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Neun-und-Zwanzig
To hear Weirsdo read this week's episode, you must cross the first line of defense (click photo at right.)

To read it yourself, you must cross the second line of defense (click photo at left.)

The story so far is here.


Karen said...

I'm not sure I have the right to comment first. I haven't been playing the "first to comment game."

But here's my comment anyway:

Weirsdo's oral interpretation of literature is lovely.

TLP said...

Most excellent writing and reading.

Now. Where the heck is that boy? He could have walked to Berlin by now.

Tom & Icy said...

Sine non qua.
Without this blog the Internet would be meaningless.

TLP said...

Tom! You're right!

Unknown said...

uh...I spotted a red squirrel...where ar emy 5 diamonds??? Ups...wrong game!!!

Minka said...

*laughs heartily*

I have come to like Gretchen's mouth. She can answer for herself. My favoruite line: "... there is strength in number and more anxiety." I love when you turn an idiom into a second point of view!

Doug The Una said...

Karen, it's like Masterpiece Theatre without the masterpiece.

TLP, it takes a while when you avoid the mud.

Thanks, Actonbell. I like my Zeugma with water.

Tom, with this blog it doesn't make much sense.

TLP, Tom's kidding,

Wrong ID, too, Minka.

She's sassy, isn't she? I like sassy.

Ariel the Thief said...

LOL Tom! But what sense would this blog make without the Internet?

Jamie Dawn said...

Terrific reading by Weirsdo! Great voice for Frau Braun.

I love that last line, Doug. Very funny! Gretchen is a quick-witted swine lover.

Anonymous said...

Frau Braun , next swine flu carrier..

Cooper said...

aww don't be so modest it's quite a masterpiece, with masterful readings as well.

Trading virtue for masonry, what a novel idea.

weirsdo said...

Thanks everybody. It was fun as always.

Doug The Una said...

Good question, Ariel. I can't even draw.

JD, the hogs fairly demand it.

Not the next one, Anonymous.

Cooper, I'm kind of hoping it catches on.

Thank you, Weirsdo. It was masterful as always.