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, December 19, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear Weirsdo read this week's episode, take a walk with Vater Karl.
To read this week's episode, follow the blessed baby into the bulrushed.
see that you are
up and going early
thankful that i am
in eastern time zone
as it allows
this unrepentant soul
a rare spot in the
number one slot
Bless You My Son
Oh, wonderful reading! And the story has yet another fun twist.
Good day to you Douglas from a snow-filled state. It's so beautiful right now. Wish you could see it.
Cannot listen to the story right now but wanted to say hi from snow-filled Hungary. Wish you could see it.
Top o' the morning to ya, Doug! Good day to you, TLP!
Same as it ever was, Ariel.
Hey Karen! Nice to see you. I don't know where the heck Douglas is. Let's get a party started.
Whatever keeps my feet warm. Where are his CD's? Karen, you want to start slow or fast?
You'd better hold on to me if you don't want to fly away!
This exchange is becoming entirely too complicated, Ariel. I was under the impression the Csárdás was a simple folk dance. Good evening.
Bless you, your firstness.
Me too, TLP. Greetings to you from the wet and piny state of Oregon.
Ariel, that would be nice, too. I bet the Parliament building from Margrit's Island bridge is particularly spectacular under snow.
Good morning, Karen.
TLP, didn't I just get done saying where I am? And who left the wig behind the couch? I hope you had fun at the party. Karen, even simple things can be complicated.
I like Vater Karl and the blessed baby in the bulrushes. But I find myself fearing the appearance of the hideous monk.
i find hideous monks intriguing
Yes, yes cooper. You're hilarious ... get your sexy on, girlfriend.
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