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, November 07, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
Teil Vier-Und Vierzig
To hear Weirsdo telling this week's story, hide in the breadbasket.
To read this week's episode, watch from over in the haystack.
Ok, now that that is out of the way, I can relax.
Those haystacks look like cupcakes or maybe I just need breakfast.
Excellent reading, Madame Weirsdo.
Doug, I can't decide if you have a high or low opinion of women, but the story is fun.
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Nessa is absolutely right about the haystacks. Cupcakes for sure.
Superior reading Weirsdo. Wonderful job.
"What can we poor women do? Most of us command nothing but our husbands.” I'm sure that Douglas realizes that all each of us need do is command the one under our thumb. If only we could agree on what to do with this power.
Nessa, I don't have any particular opinion of women except that they're funny. Also, men.
TLP, I agree. Weirsdo's reading always sounds like it was produced, directed, edited, animated and paid for. And this time she did it with less than a day between my sending the episode and posting the recording.
Thank you, Weirsdo.
Weirsdo says them big words real good and fast. I wish I knew what they mean. But she makes them sound good.
Way to make the story come alive, Weirsdo. Well done!
So, the ladies are going to set their mean intentions on Ludwig and Vater Karl now. Poor fellows. Seems to me that if these ladies want to help you or hurt you, you will be harmed either way. Poor Dietrich. Frau Braun and Co. are menaces.
And the plot thickens...
Those women are so clear to me I won't even ask for a drawing.
Lammy, when Weirsdo reads, tone is meaning enough.
Plot and author, JD. When's Chandra?
That's funny, Coop. I can see them, too. Glad you like the cupcakes.
Thanks again all you later comers.
The word verifier is "redit," which in French is "said again," I think.
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