Saturday, December 31, 2005

New Year's with Friends

Story #25 (Lordy, what an ego!,) or, A Night of Wine and Roses. In which Doug rings in a new year and learns the importance of old friends and new.

To hear the story, click on the Rose Bowl banner.

To read the story, point to the Soggy Bottom Boys.

Happy, healthy and prosperous New Year to you all.

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Saturday, December 24, 2005

The Lost Holiday

Story #24, A Christmas story taking place on New Year's Eve.

To hear the story, wake up Santa. To read it, talk to the old man.


Saturday, December 17, 2005

Sleigh The Course

Or, Of Ice and Men. Story #23, in which three magi survive a Pennsylvania blizzard only to confront the rigid social norms of New Jersey.*

To hear the story, ask Santa for directions.

To read the story, check Santa's list.

*Preceding telic clause dedicated to Monika.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Before The Fall

Story #22, in which an evangelist offers his pitch for the bosom of Abraham.

To hear the story, interrupt the wedding before someone makes a big mistake.

To read the appropriate passage, simply instruct my sister (right).

Saturday, December 03, 2005

Who Framed Rabbit, Rabbit

Story #21, in which Doug doubles trouble

To hear the story, play Shave and a Haircut for Roger.

To read the story, click on Tupac Amaru, inspiration of the Sendero Luminoso revolution.

Sunday, November 27, 2005

Joon: Child Star

Here is Joon's audiobiography:
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Click here for a print version (print version lacks Joon's complaints, commentary on Diamonelle, and hamster info).
Weirsdo's definition: Hamsters, n. (pl.): Sex and violence for the kids.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

Command Performance

Story #20, in which Doug humbly offers a little story upon the request of the Pez sisters and Pia.

To hear Doug's humble offering, click on Pavarotti.
To read Doug's literary submission, stop the queen from killing her poor and noble servant.

Monday, November 21, 2005

Heart of Aubern: The Story of Aubvey

Aubvey's audiobiography:
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Heart of Aubern: The Story of Aubvey
For a print version, click here. (Print version lacks congratulations to Tigers and cheering.)
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Weirsdo's definition: Fan: n. Socially acceptable victim of severe bipolar and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Lobsterlela's Tragic Past

Click the audiopost to hear Lobsterlela's sad tale. Click here for a print version.
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Weirsdo's definition: Funeral: Ceremony in which one person awakens from the nightmare of history, and the rest reconstruct it as a good dream.

Saturday, November 19, 2005


Story #19, in which a country girl expresses herself.

To hear a farmhand's story you usually only have to ask (below)
To read, hop up on the John Deere 5220, as used in the actual story.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

April: Friend of the Earth

Here is April's audiobiography. Click here for a print version.
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Weirsdo's definition: Care: n. Friendly interference.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Turning Towards the Light: The Story of Brittney

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Click here for a print version (print version does not contain postscript).
Weirsdo's definitions: Prayer: n. Totting up blessings and requesting additions.
Curse: n. Request for divine subtraction.

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Semisweet1's Story

The following story was submitted by Semisweet1 as a birthday present.

To hear Semisweet1 be scurrilous, click the Schwartz' Candies Logo

To read the story, head for Muscle Shoals

Not Exactly Christmas

First of all, Happy Birthday to Lucy Em aka Rainbow Lotus!

Story #18, in which the blogangels announce the coming of the Dork King.

For the raconteur, click Doug at his peak of his sophistication and refinement.

To read the story, pull up with Andy (left) and I.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Karmatose: The Lives of Emrald

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For a slightly abridged print version, click here.
Weirsdo's definition: Plague: 1. v. To pester pestilentially, esp. for attention. 2. n. Deleterious epidemic, or the agent(s) who spread it. See blogger.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

From the Outside Looking In

Click to hear the saga of Sissy and Mr. B.
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Click here for a print version with explanatory links.IMG_0493.JPG

Weirsdo's definition:
Devotion: n. Selfless quality; "the terrible tyranny of the weak over the strong" (Oscar Wilde).

Saturday, November 05, 2005

On The Road Again

Story #17, another hitch-hiking story in which Willie Nelson comes up.
To hear me speak, click on Willie (the other one).

To read the story, start in Big Pine. Don't worry, there's time.

Sissy of The Pansi Files will be along to tell her own story sometime this evening.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Doo-Doo Girl's Audiobiography

To hear Doo-Doo Girl's life story, "tip" the waitress.

Weirsdo's definition:
Rainbow, n. Heavenly promise. Evaporates quickly.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Doo Doo Man's Audiobiography

To hear Doo-Doo Man's life story, click on the trip.

Weirsdo's definition:
Soulmate, n. 1. Fictional person inhabiting cyberspace.
2. The El Dorado of the personals.

Mommy The Moocher

Story #16 in which Jazz Great Cab Calloway makes and keeps time.
To hear the story, click with Cab:

To read the story, snap Minnie the Moocher.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Blochalela's Audiobiography

To hear Blochalela's life story, click on the photo.

Weirsdo's definition:
Inspirational, adj. Tending to fill others with a mighty wind that may turn out to be hot air, or worse.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Daisy's Audiobiography

To hear Daisy's life story, click on the photo.

Weirsdo's definition:
Las Vegas, n. Where people get their just deserts.

Star Peak

Story #15, in which Doug's gas runs out but his luck holds steady.
To hear the story, climb Star Peak.

To read the story, follow me.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Night of the Frogmen

Story #14, in which Doug uses a title based on a fact he left out of the spoken version of his story, that his companion introduced himself as "Frogman."

To hear the story, point to the Frogmen.

To read the story, salute the first African-American President of The United States of America

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Tackling History

Story #13, in which History gets a new name.
To hear the story, play monkey in the middle with the 1920s football team.

To read the story, admire my great Uncle "Hippo"

White Sox! White Sox! Go! Go! White Sox! Chi-ca-go's proud of you! Santa Clarita, too.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Special ALDS Edition

The Major League Baseball playoffs start today. My entire audiobiography is below.

(Left) Richie Zisk, (Right) Oscar Gamble.
In retrospect, I'm glad I was never left alone with these guys at 5.