Saturday, April 11, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Fünfzehn
To hear this week's part, click on the saints and sages of Colgne's Cathedral. And apologies for the increasing long-windedness of these episodes, but at least this week's reader knows where it comes from.
To read this week's part, click on Vater Johann's fallen view of Strasbourg's Cathedral where, I am to understand, Barack Obama did not take mass last week.
This week in The Prattler, The Passion of The Atheist.
Happy Easter.

6 comments:

Ariel the Thief said...

No problem, it was very funny. And your father made it so well, I already can stand Vater Johann a lot better than before listening to this week's reading! I still think he'd be a sailor a lot more honest than what a fake priest he is, though. :)

"Vater Johann's fallen view" - wow, it was beautiful.

Ariel the Thief said...

(And not because of the girls!)

Doug said...

Ariel, I just hope everybody means what they say about the length. You guys are encouraging bad behavior. Boldog Húsvét!

Doug said...

That was a very smart observation, by the way. I think many phony Priests could have been honest pirates.

weirsdo said...

I really think your writing has become more literary and detailed, so the length is fine! I liked the counterpoint between food mess and love of order.
Great reading, father of RBUD.

Doug said...

Well, thank you, Weirsdo. All the normal sarcasm aside, that means a lot coming from you.