Mister Ron's Basement II
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Fri Sept 30, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 2000 (Part Five of Twenty-One)

In celebration of reaching 2000 Episodes, we will be presenting Max Adeler’s 1879 Book ‘Random Shots’ from cover-to-cover over the course of 21 Days!

A level-headed American businessman touring Germany climbs a legendary mountain and encounters legendary creatures in ‘Mr. Skinner’s Night in the Underworld’ (Chapter one of three).


A. B. Frost

Time: approx sixteen and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

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The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Thur Sept 29, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 2000 (Part Four of Twenty-One)

In celebration of reaching 2000 Episodes, we will be presenting Max Adeler’s 1879 Book ‘Random Shots’ from cover-to-cover over the course of 21 Days!

Rescued from 15 years stranded on an island, Thompson Dunbar returns to the 33 bosoms of his beloved family (sort of) in ‘The Tragedy of Thompson Dunbar’ (Chapter 4 of 4)!


A. B. Frost

Time: approx twenty-two minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Tue Sept 28, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 2000 (Part Three of Twenty-One)

In celebration of reaching 2000 Episodes, we will be presenting Max Adeler’s 1879 Book ‘Random Shots’ from cover-to-cover over the course of 21 Days!

With Dunbar lost at sea for years, his rival Jones marries his 33 wives, and inherits 32 mother-in-laws in ‘The Tragedy of Thompson Dunbar’ (Chapter 3 of 4)!


A. B. Frost

Time: approx thirteen and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Tue Sept 27, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 2000 (Part Two of Twenty-One)

In celebration of reaching 2000 Episodes, we will be presenting Max Adeler’s 1879 Book ‘Random Shots’ from cover-to-cover over the course of 21 Days!

Today we continue with the hilarious story of a Mormon with 33 wives - ‘The Tragedy of Thompson Dunbar’ (Chapter 2 of 4).


A. B. Frost

Time: approx thirteen and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-27-11.mp3
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Mon Sept 26, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 2000 (Part One of Twenty-One)

In celebration of reaching 2000 Episodes, we will be presenting Max Adeler’s 1879 Book ‘Random Shots’ from cover-to-cover over the course of 21 Days!

Today we offer a truly fun tale from the days when Mormons often married many wives - ‘The Tragedy of Thompson Dunbar’ (Chapter 1 of 4).


A. B. Frost

Time: approx twenty-seven minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-26-11.mp3
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Fri Sept 23, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 1999

Here is the last story before our 2000th Episode! Max Adeler describes a visit to an Editor by a crackpot inventor in the 1876 tale, ‘A Valuable Invention - Visit to an Editor's Sanctum.’

Time: approx eight and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-23-11.mp3
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Thur Sept 22, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 1998

As we count down to our 2000th Episode, we are presenting a week of truly funny Max Adeler stories! For years, kids earned money and prizes selling subscriptions. From 1882, Adeler tells us of a great prize for boys - a nickel-plated revolver! - in ‘A Philanthropic Enterprise.’

Time: approx six and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Wed Sept 21, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 1997

As we count down to our 2000th Episode, we are presenting a week of truly funny Max Adeler stories! Today’s 1882 feature concerns the wackiest time-keeper ever built - - ‘The Tulpehocken Town Clock.’

Time: approx six minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-21-11.mp3
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Tue Sept 20, 2011

Mister Ron's Basement No. 1996

As we count down to our 2000th Episode, we are presenting a week of truly funny Max Adeler stories! Today we hear from a couple who are shocked, simply shocked, at newspaper scandals in the 1882 tale, ‘The Brown Divorce Case.’

Time: approx six and a half minutes

The Mister Ron's Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of Max Adeler stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/maxadeler.html

*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




When in iTunes, please click on 'Subscribe' button. It's Free! Thank you.      

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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-20-11.mp3
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Mon, Sept 19, 2011

Mister Ron’s Basement No. 1995

Our Monday Novel Serialization is the 1878 Journey of Danbury Newsman James M. Bailey - ‘England from A Back-Window.’

In Chapter Fifteen, we explore guide-books, prisons, riverbanks, homes, parks, and bridges in ‘A Ramble Over London.’

Time: approx twenty-seven and a half minutes

The Mister Ron’s Basement Catalog can be found at:

http://ronevry.com/Mister_Rons_Full_Catalog.html

The Index of James M. Bailey stories is located at:

http://ronevry.com/jamesmbailey.html



*There is a nifty interview with Mister Ron in issue #59 iProng Magazine (now known as Beatweek Magazine) which can be downloaded at a new URL as a free pdf file here. 

*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 clicking on the Victrola picture, or by subscribing in iTunes.




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Direct download: Mister_Rons_Basement9-19-11.mp3
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