Mister Ron's Basement II
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Sat, Nov 28 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1514


SUNDAY SALAD has a short but clever story of a fight and an ecclesiastical witness by Stanley Huntley from 1880 -- 'A Cautious Witness.'

Time: approx five and a half minutes

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The Stanley Huntley and Spoopendyke Catalog of Stories is at:

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-29-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:33pm EST

Sat, Nov 28 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1514



Our Saturday Night Special story concerns that which makes this season so special -- Wallace Irwin's 1911 tale, 'Peace on Earth in the Shopping District.'

Time: approx twelve and a half minutes

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-28-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:05pm EST

Fri, Nov 27 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1513



Happy Thanksgiving! If you would like to hear some Thanksgiving stories we have presented in past episodes, just click here.

Jonathan F. Kelley's 1856 posthumously published collection of his newspaper writing, 'The Humors of Falconbridge,' brought him the nationwide popularity he never received during his lifetime.

Today we offer a short, but fascinating glimpse into The Future! as seen from the 1850s, entitled 'What's Going to Happen.'

Time: approx three minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Jonathan F. Kelley index is at:

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John Kelly (no relation to this week's author, as far as we can tell) of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-27-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:26pm EST

Thur, Nov 26 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1512



Happy Thanksgiving! If you would like to hear some Thanksgiving stories we have presented in past episodes, just click here.

Jonathan F. Kelley's 1856 posthumously published collection of his newspaper writing, 'The Humors of Falconbridge,' brought him the nationwide popularity he never received during his lifetime.

'Knocking Down' is the practice of a bartender stealing from the till, which is an important part of today's tale of two bartenders, 'Getting Square.'

Time: approx ten and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Jonathan F. Kelley index is at:

http://ronevry.com/falconbridge.html

John Kelly (no relation to this week's author, as far as we can tell) of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-26-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:17pm EST

Wed, Nov 25 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1511



Jonathan F. Kelley's 1856 posthumously published collection of his newspaper writing, 'The Humors of Falconbridge,' brought him the nationwide popularity he never received during his lifetime.

When the Doctor comes to your house and saves you from dying, there's only one reason to complain -- his bill! Here it is explained in a short but sweet tale called 'A Severe Spell of Sickness.'

Time: approx three and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Jonathan F. Kelley index is at:

http://ronevry.com/falconbridge.html

John Kelly (no relation to this week's author, as far as we can tell) of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-25-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:20pm EST

Tue, Nov 24 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1510



Jonathan F. Kelley's 1856 posthumously published collection of his newspaper writing, 'The Humors of Falconbridge,' brought him the nationwide popularity he never received during his lifetime.

Today's Falconbridge story concerns a lawyer with awful handwriting who decides to become a phony doctor and sell pills. It's called 'Pills and Persimmons.'

Time: approx thirteen minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Jonathan F. Kelley index is at:

http://ronevry.com/falconbridge.html

John Kelly (no relation to this week's author, as far as we can tell) of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-24-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:23pm EST

Mon, Nov 23 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1509



Part One of Two of Chapter Eleven ('Miss Kling Telegraphically Baffled') of our Monday Book Serialization of Ella Cheever Thayer's 1880 novel, 'Wired Love,' in which Nattie and Clem discover the key to each others' hearts is in a -- well -- a key!

Time: approx twelve minutes



The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Wired Love index is at:

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-23-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:00pm EST

Sun, Nov 22 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1508



SUNDAY SALAD offers an early Huntley story for the Brooklyn Eagle from 1879. In this tale we get an impromptu art criticism session at a gallery. It's called 'A Lively Connoisseur.'

Time: approx six 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:

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-22-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:49pm EST

Sat, Nov 21 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1507

Our Saturday Night Special story adds to last week's theme of phonographs with a particularly odd science-fictional fantasy by Edward Bellamy from 1889. It's called 'With the Eyes Shut.'

Time: approx forty-seven minutes

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-21-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:12am EST

Fri, Nov 20 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1506

This week, we have been reading stories about that new-fangled invention, The Phonograph.

From Scribner's Monthly back in 1880, we find reference to what was then a two hundred year old Cyrano de Bergerac story that must have fascinated readers just discovering the phonograph. It's called 'The Phonograph in the Moon Two Centuries Ago.'


Time: approx four and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-20-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:51pm EST

Thur, Nov 19 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1505

This week, we will be reading stories about that new-fangled invention, The Phonograph.

From 1892, Ella Wheeler Wilcox brings us some complaints about modern inventions in the poem 'Wail of an Old-Timer.'


Time: approx four and a half minutes



The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

In today's episode, we announce the winner of the 1906 'Pigs is Pigs' book!

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-19-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:54pm EST

Wed, Nov 18 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1504

This week, we will be reading stories about that new-fangled invention, The Phonograph. It is getting a little difficult to find funny stories about 'talking machines' that we haven't already read (yes there are lots of them scattered around the Basement), but today's story is a doozy!

From 1881, we present Arthur Lot's tale of married life, a mother-in-law, and a tampered-with talking machine entitled 'Our Phonograph.'


Time: approx thirteen and a half minutes



The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

In tomorrow's episode, we will announce the winner of the 1906 'Pigs is Pigs' book!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-18-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:42pm EST

Tue, Nov 17 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1503

This week, we will be reading stories about that new-fangled invention, The Phonograph.

Our first piece is excerpted from Mark Twain's 1892 novelette, 'The American Claimant.' It has no title, so we'll call it 'The Colonel's Invention.'




Time: approx eight and a half minutes

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The Mark Twain Catalog of Stories is at:

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The Mark Twain Connecticut Yankee Novel Index of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/Connecticut.html



John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-17-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:05pm EST

Mon, Nov 16 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1502

Part Two of Two of Chapter Ten ( 'The Broken Circuit Re-United') of our Monday Book Serialization of Ella Cheever Thayer's 1880 novel, 'Wired Love,' in which Clem convolutedly explains just how he really is 'C' and how he came to Nattie and Cyn's 'feast.'

Time: approx twenty-two minutes



The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Wired Love index is at:

http://ronevry.com/http://ronevry.com/wiredlove.html

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-16-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:59pm EST

Sun, Nov 15 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1501



SUNDAY SALAD brings THREE pieces today -- first we have poetic tribute to Stanley Huntley by Judson France from his 1887 book 'Muse Whangs.'

Then we have an excerpt from a letter Huntley sent to President Arthur after he was made a Chief of the Grand Teton tribe in 1885, and finally we have a story about a Denver prospector in Brooklyn looking to get married in 'Observed a High Toned Wife' by Stanley Huntley from 1881.

Time: approx nine and a half 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:

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John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

This weekend is the LAST CHANCE to ENTER OUR CONTEST! Send off an email right away and you stand a good chance of winning!

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is!


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A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-15-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Sat, Nov 14 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part EIGHT of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Product Placement?

Product Placement?

You haven't
seen Product Placement until you've heard 'The Adventure of The Princess of Pilliwink.'

This story originally appeared in Judicious Advertising Magazine back in August, 1904.


Time: approx twenty-four and a half minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

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Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

NOTE: HARDLY ANYBODY HAS ENTERED THIS CONTEST! Send off an email right away and you stand a good chance of winning!

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is!


Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-14-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Fri, Nov 13 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part SEVEN of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Are you disgusted with the way modern literature is written by corporations with merchandising as the primary consideration? Think this is something new? Check out today's Perkins story, 'The Adventure of the Crimson Cord.'

This story originally appeared in Frank Leslie's Monthly back in February, 1904.


Time: approx twenty-four minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

NOTE: HARDLY ANYBODY HAS ENTERED THIS CONTEST! Send off an email right away and you stand a good chance of winning!

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is!


Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-13-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Thur, Nov 12 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part SIX of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

In today's tale, Perkins gives his partner romancing advice and offers the services of the Ad Agency's best rhymer in 'The Adventure of the Poet.'


Time: approx twenty-two minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-12-09.mp3
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Wed, Nov 11 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part FIVE of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Some advertising men are clever and creative, but Perkins was the greatest genius in the business, as we find out in 'The Adventure in Automobiles.'

It originally appeared with the title 'Don't Swear' in Collier's Magazine on January 23, 1904. Your comments are welcome!


Time: approx thirteen and a half minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-11-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Tue, Nov 10 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part FOUR of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Today's tale runs the gamut from canned cheese to real estate speculation. It's called 'The Adventure of the Fifth Street Church'

It originally appeared with the same title in Frank Leslie's Monthly Magazine in April of 1904. Your comments are welcome!


Time: approx twenty one minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html



The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

John Kelly of The Washington Post has written a lively piece about the Basement. You can read it here.

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!


-- By the way, if you haven't noticed, you can get the episode by either clicking on the word 'POD' on top of this section, or on the filename on the bottom where it says 'Direct Download' or by subscribing in iTunes.

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-10-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Mon, Nov 9 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part THREE of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Today's piece of one of the
funniest ever written. We have presented it twice before! Go ahead and download and listen to it -- Mister Ron pays the freight! It is called 'The Adventure of the Lame and the Halt'.

It originally appeared with the same title in Leslie's Monthly Magazine in January of 1904. Your comments are welcome!


Time: approx twenty five minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html



The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-09-09.mp3
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Sun, Nov 8 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part TWO of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Today's story deals with Perkins's earliest days in advertising, and a customer who made the horrible mistake of not listening to him. It is called 'The Adventure of Mr. Silas Boggs' and it originally appeared in Judicious Advertising Magazine in February, 1904. Your comments are welcome!


Time: approx twenty and one half minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html



The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-08-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am EST

Sat, Nov 7 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1500 (Part ONE of EIGHT)

Welcome to the 1500th Episode of Mister Ron's Basement!

We are presenting this Episode in EIGHT Parts, one per day for the next eight days.

In 1906, Ellis Parker Butler published 'Perkins of Portland' a book collection of eight stories of the world's greatest Advertising Man. Most of these stories had appeared in assorted popular magazines. Episode #1500 will be readings of these incredibly funny, and surprisingly modern Perkins of Portland stories. Yes, we have read some of these before in early episodes of the Basement.

Today's piece is called 'Mr. Perkins of Portland' and it originally appeared in 'The Century' Magazine in February of 1900. Your comments are welcome!


Time: approx fifteen minutes





The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html



The Ellis Parker Butler Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/EllisParkerButler.html

Read lots more about Ellis Parker Butler at:

http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info/

In celebration of reaching this milestone, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-07-09.mp3
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Fri, Nov 6 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1499

This week we are featuring stories by M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) from his 1875 book 'Quad's Odds.'

We have presented lots of stories about bad little boys, but this kid is the absolute worst! -- 'That Smith Boy.'

Time: approx seven minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/quad.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Mister Bowser Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/mrbowser.html

Mister Ron's Basement is just ONE day away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-06-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:19pm EST

Thur, Nov 5 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1498

This week we are featuring stories by M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) from his 1875 book 'Quad's Odds.'

Some people spend every spare moment attending burials, as seen in the story 'Going to Funerals.'

Time: approx five minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/quad.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Mister Bowser Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/mrbowser.html

Mister Ron's Basement is just TWO days away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-05-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:31pm EST

Wed, Nov 4 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1497

This week we are featuring stories by M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) from his 1875 book 'Quad's Odds.'

The overbearing, over-persistent life insurance salesperson seems to have been a regular part of nineteenth century life. We meet one of them today in 'That Insurance Agent.'

Time: approx five and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/quad.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Mister Bowser Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/mrbowser.html

Mister Ron's Basement is just a few days away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-04-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:24pm EST

Tue, Nov 3 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1496

This week we are featuring stories by M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) from his 1875 book 'Quad's Odds.' Today Mr. Quad gives us his take on 'Fat Folks.'

Time: approx five minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/quad.html

The M. Quad (C. B. Lewis) Mister Bowser Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/mrbowser.html

Mister Ron's Basement is less than a week away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-03-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:30pm EST

Mon, Nov 2 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1495

Part One of Two of Chapter Ten of our Monday Book Serialization of Ella Cheever Thayer's 1880 novel 'Wired Love' presents a conversation between a pencil and a pair of scissors in 'The Broken Circuit Re-United.'

Time: approx seven minutes



The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
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The Wired Love index is at:

http://ronevry.com/http://ronevry.com/wiredlove.html

Mister Ron's Basement is less than a week away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-02-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:47pm EST

Sun, Nov 1 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1494

SUNDAY SALAD features a bit of enjoyable light verse by Stanley Huntley from 1881 -- 'The Yarn of the Kissing Parson.'

Time: approx five minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Stanley Huntley and Spoopendyke Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/Spoopendyke_Stories.html

Mister Ron's Basement is less than a week away from the FIRST Episode #1500 (yes, we said FIRST)! In celebration, we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! To get a chance to win, send an email to Mister Ron at revry@panix.com and tell him what your favorite episode is! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement11-01-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:12pm EST

Sat, Oct 31 2009

Mister Ron's Basement #1493

Our 1895 Saturday Night Special Story brings you Palmer Cox's tale of a truly frightening, horrible Mr. Bickerstaff, in 'A Terrible Nose.'

Time: approx seven minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Full Catalog can be found at:
http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Palmer Cox Catalog of Stories is at:

http://ronevry.com/palmercox.html

Mister Ron's Basement is getting very close to Episode #1500! In celebration. we are having a contest with a beautiful 1906 Edition of Ellis Parker Butler's 'Pigs is Pigs' as the prize! Get the details by clicking here!

Help Keep Mister Ron's Basement alive! Donate One Dollar: http://ronevry.com/Mister_Ron_Donate.html

It is that time of year again! If you are looking for Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow' then Click Here. It's Episode #174.

A hint to new listeners - you can use the catalogs to find stories by specific authors, or just type their name in the keyword search field.
To find some of the best stories in the Basement, simply click here!




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement10-31-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:58pm EST