Saturday, July 10, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Achtsiebzieg
To listen, just head over by Ulrich, Dietrich's patron.



Or, you can read all about it among the ruins of St. Elizabeth's hospital.

The story so far is here.

11 comments:

~Karen said...

Well, which is it -- "Yup, running late again" or "Late post again this week" ??

And why isn't 'reformation' capitalized !!
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Doug said...

Thanks, Karen.

~Karen said...

You're welcome.

But I haven't the time to read this late-posted chapter now. My nephew is ready to use the computer and is breathing on me.

Besides, there are fresh blueberry pancakes in the kitchen.
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C.J. Duffy said...

I would love to contribute a story. Does it have to be a part of the ongoing saga or am I able and allowed to bung in something of mine? also, have do I 'record' something?

~Karen said...

'ello C.J. Duffy
Sitting on the park bench --
eyeing little girls with bad intent.
Snot is running down his nose --
greasy fingers smearing shabby clothes.






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Doug said...

Karen, watch that. Kids are contagious.

CJ, that would be great. As you can see, readership on this blog is pretty limited at this point, but I'd be thrilled. Kick something in.

Ariel the Thief said...

C.J., Doug means you can bring your own story, and yes, record it because he is fed up with his own voice on this blog. *runs*

~Karen said...

Grapefruit anyone?
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C.J. Duffy said...

Karen>>>Jethro Tull eh? Good lord that takes me back a bit. I used to sing that song all the time back in the seventies. (I was only two at the time and very advanced for my age!)

Ariel the Thief>>>As for me recording something, please remember that this fossil of the punk generation has the mental aptitude of a chimp when it comes to the methods of recording for blogs. HELP!

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~Karen said...

'ello once more, Duffer! Hopefully you're not eyeing Gardner's Gazette with bad intent. Do NOT smear the ink before it dries, please. And thank you for becoming GG's first known follower.

Now about that story contribution - I'd like to suggest a pirate's tale of heart-stopping action a la Patrick O'Brian!

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