Mister Ron's Basement II
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Sun, Sep 23 2007

Mister Ron's Basement #856

Our Monday book serialization is George Ade's 1903 collection, 'In Babel -- Stories of Chicago.' The stories in this book range from the hysterically funny to the pathetically sad. Altogether, they paint a fascinating portrait of turn-of-the-last-century Chicago.

Fashion is indeed fickle. Join us today as a young man confronts the conundrum of wearing his pants just a bit differently in 'Mr. Wimberly's Trousers.'

Time: approx eleven minutes

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Direct download: revry-2007-09-23.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:36am EST

Sat, Sep 22 2007

Mister Ron's Basement #855

SUNDAY SALAD offers a vulgar, irreverent, irreligious, and extremely funny story by Stanley Huntley called 'Harry the Indian Slayer' -- also Mr. Spoopendyke tries on a bathing suit in 'A Complicated Garment.' Both stories appeared in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle in 1880.

Time: approx ten minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Stanley Huntley and Spoopendyke Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/Spoopendyke_Stories.html

Direct download: revry-2007-09-22a.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:34pm EST