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, September 26, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear this week's episode, read by Jamie Dawn and her son, Taylor, knock on the cottage door.
I always wanted a cottage with a thatched roof. I'm waiting for the story to load. Not quite done. 28 seconds to go. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, ,2 , 1 be back after the listen.
Great reading Taylor and Jamie Dawn.
I loved the eyelash, eyelid line, Doug.
Great reading, they work well together. You would make a good script writer, Doug.
Good story advance. Can't get the audio for some reason. I'll have to try again later.
Oops! Here comes the sound!
Good job guys.
It was lots of fun doing the reading.
Taylor even ADMITTED that he had fun doing the reading.
You really have a winner of story here, Doug!
It's late at night. This story is like the soap-opera, The Young & the Restless. You just pretend to know what happened two-weeks ago - even if you don't.
I'm looking forward to hearing JD & Taylor's oral interpretation later in the day.
It seems it's well-liked.
Thank you, Jamie Dawn and Taylor, it was great!
Diggin'on the graphic. I've always enjoyed anything by Albrecht Durer.
Ariel. From your profile, I see you live in Zimbabwe, Africa. Do you need to update your profile, or do you still live 8,000 miles away?
Thanks, Nessa. J.D. and T.T. did great, didn't they?
Icy, it's all casting. Yeah, I bet they read together more than they'll admit.
JD, TT just up and admitted it? He only has about one more year to be surly. Thanks to both of you.
Karen, I don't pretend to know what happened on The Young and The Restless.
Karen, there are reasons the new kid shouldn't be hall monitor.
wow....excellent reading, but are we sure there were only two people reading? I swear I heard three distinct voices...one of those two has quite some vocal ability.
Gretchen would have made an exxcellent circus owner :)
Pffft, soap opera, more like Masterpiece Theater.
Lovely rad guys.
Excellent! Bravo! Great reading.
And great plotting, Doug. I am so intrigued by this story I am just dying to know where it's going.
Minka, Dietrich's voice I think, was J.D.'s voice reengineered by Taylor. Which if you think about it is perfect.
Thank you, Coop. That's more like it.
I'm curious myself, Quilly. Thanks.
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