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, August 22, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear my old man bear witness to the events of 1524, click on Huldrych Zwingli at right.
To read this week's episode, click on Thomas Münzer, as played by Robert Blake.
Good start to a new story-line. I'm intrigued. Good cow. Er...good dawg.
Thanks for reading to us Doug's dad.
Thanks, blogmama. Moo.
It's always easier to follow a story which starts on page one as opposed to, say, page 45.
Well read, Steve Pascover.
I can't wait for this one. That was a nice read too. I missed November but..it's such a dreary month it's for the best.
I wasn't expecting this twist and now I am all discombobulated. Luckily, I have a week to straightene myself back out.
Very true, Karen. Please feel invited to pick it up from here.
Sure, Cooper, and this is August. I just kept forgetting "November" was in there in November until a lack of "N"s forced my hand.
You and me both, Quilly. I've got only a vague notion where we're headed but I comfort myself that Dietrich's Dilemma wasn't obvious until Teil 6-8 or so.
I very much enjoyed the reading by your Dad. Only at first I thought it was you on drugs.
Ha, Terry. You know better.
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