Wed, 23 August 2006
Wed, Aug 23 2006
Mister Ron's Basement #468
While Mister Ron generally abhors dialect humor, sometimes a story is so side-splittingly funny, irrespective of the characters' accents, that it is worth reading. This is one of them.
Today we present David L. Roath's look at the proceedings of a small town trial in the 1852 story 'A Georgia Court.'
Time: approx twenty-four minutes
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