Sunday, January 15, 2006

Dybbuk this!

Sarah Weinman has written a charming little story about the inner voices we hear that might not be so innocent. I was going to ask if Kovacs is North American for MacBride, because I thought it might explain a few things!

Regardless, it's an ingenious story. Crime fiction meets Ghostbusters. But if you have an aversion to four-letter words you might need to see the censored copy. Which will have more black marker on it than White House documentation on Bin Laden's latest suspected wherabouts.

Ciao babes. I'll be back tomorrow with my usual rant about something trivial.

4 comments:

Boy Kim said...

Nothing to do with your Sunday blab but...

awwwww, cute.

Does this now mean that you can become a Bunnyon?

Hugs.

Sandra Ruttan said...

LOL Kim! We'll see what the bunions say! Or I'll just form my own damn little clique of 1. But then I'll always be right. Hmmph, take that bunions.

Stuart MacBride said...

Hey! "Kovacs is North American for MacBride" Slander! Libel! Words you never heard in the bible!

Sandra Ruttan said...

Oddly enough, I tend to read what's in the bible...

And you're right - MacBride ain't in there!