Saturday, July 21, 2007

A Friend in Pursuit

Episode 29 of The Meditations of Diogenes The Cynic. Thanks to this week's reader.

Greek children are to not be heard as well.




This week, the Prattler was struck with a momentary good mood and there will be no post until it passes.






Read the story in Sinope.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say Alice made the right decision. With the children as witnesses and her having mouthed off about the unfortunate incident with the brick it would not have been wise to leave another body in the area at this time.

Sal Banana said...

That was me.

Mr. B. said...

Mrs. Weirsdo informs me I have erred. But it would not have been wise for Alice to arouse suspicion by tying big D. up and putting in the trunk of her car for a ride to Tyre either.

Doug said...

Sal, that was excellent advice but, sadly, the car wasn't invented until a few years later and the chariots of the day had no trunk. I'm surprised she didn't think of the lion, though. Lions were the wood-chippers of the ancient world.

ariel said...

Alice keeps getting away with anything she gets involved in, I bet the gods have great plans with the poor thing... I enjoyed the reading so much, it was like being a child again.

Doug said...

Ariel, assassins have their own agendas. I know, my father is father of all.

ariel said...

oh Christ...

Doug said...

OK. Not all all.