Saturday, April 14, 2007

Prophesy

Episode 15 of The Meditations of Diogenes The Cynic. Thanks to this week's reader.

To hear the story, listen to Cassandra for once.





This week, in The Prattler, "Where To Go in Baghdad."












To read the story, borrow a book.

13 comments:

weirsdo said...

Hi Doug. I'll comment over here so as not to give it away. Love that "Central American accent" comment. It was very nice to come back from a 4 hr. (EACH WAY) trip to a competition where Mall Diva and her pianist had a slight train wreck and find all your readers complimenting my (totally amateur) dramatic abilities. Whenever you want to stop the guessing game I'll thank them.
I also enjoyed the script for this episode.

Doug said...

I say, let them suffer until bedtime. Although that's a long drive and I imagine bedtime is soon. Maybe put them out of their misery in the morning. I agree with them, by the way. It was a grand reading.

Doug said...

Gainesville, FL?

Minka said...

hihihihi

Doug said...

Minka! Um, we were just talking about a piano/violin recital. You play piano, don't you?

And shh.

weirsdo said...

Huntsville, AL. It's a state competition, and it's ALWAYS there, as if the rest of us were too backward to produce good violin students.

Doug said...

I know that now. I guess I'd missed your Friday post. Huntsville's pretty, though, isn't it?

About Me said...

just stopping by to say howdy and to tell you i have a new blog...come on by when you get a chance.

weirsdo said...

Yes. We took the slow road up (431), and went through probably the prettiest parts of "Alabama the Beautiful."

korovjov said...

Weirsdo, I loved the way you did Cassandra so much.

Cassandra, I know you had a life enough for 10, I was happy to hear it's soon over and you can rest. Good night, Princess!

ariel

Doug said...

Meandromeda, it's good to see you back.

Wiersdo, there are no states so ugly that hilly parts aren't neautiful, I think.

Very thoughtful, Ariel. What's a Korovjov?

Anonymous said...

the right hand of Woland in "The Master and Margarita". the blogs don't seem to let me comment under ariel or anonymus anymore, I have to log in with my Google account.

ariel

weirsdo said...

Thanks, Ariel.