Sun, 8 January 2006
Sun, Jan 08 2006
Mister Ron's Basement #244
Detroit journalist C. B. Lewis's writing, popular in the late nineteenth century, doesn't often translate well to today's readers. Nevertheless, there are at least a handful of pieces in his 1884 book 'Sawed-Off Sketches' that are pretty funny. Today's tale involves a woman checking up on her husband's account of a trip to the big city, in 'The Game that 'Jeems' Played.'
Time: approx six minutes
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