Wed, 30 June 2010
Wed, June 30 2010
Mister Ron's Basement #1716
We are reading odd stories from Gelett Burgess's 1901 collection 'The Burgess Nonsense Book.' Today's piece takes a philosophical point of view --'What Smith Tried to Believe - A Study That Ought to Appeal to Anybuddy.'
Time: approx three and a half minutes
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