Fri, 15 January 2010
Fri, Jan 15 2010
Mister Ron's Basement #1562
Last week we read some of William J. Lampton's 'Yawps.' This week, we have been offering some of his fun short stories. Lampton was a popular magazine and newspaper writer until his death in 1917. He also was Mark Twain's first cousin, and the two were friendly and carried on correspondence for years.
Today's story is excerpted from Lampton's 1912 book, 'Tame Animals I Have Known.' It's called 'Ezra, A Shark.'
Hard-core Ernie Kovacs fans may enjoy this as well.
Time: approx thirteen minutes
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