Monday, September 17, 2007

In For Questioning Returns

In the second episode of In For Questioning Angie Johnson-Schmit talks to Edgar-nominated author Cornelia Read about how to kill someone with a laundry basket.

Which means for people like me, listening wouldn't be an indulgence, it would be educational. I'd just have to figure out what a laundry basket is...

Elsewhere in the blogosphere, Russel muses about his inability to speak intelligibly in the presence of leading crime fiction authors. (In this case, Ian Rankin.) And I always thought it took Simon Kernick and multiple beverages to reduce Russel to such a state. Apparently not.

7 comments:

Russel said...

It takes little more than...

...actually I think I'm just constantly in that state.

James Goodman said...

lol, a laundry basket? I think I've seen one. It's those things my maid carries through the house a couple of times a week. Well, in my dreams I don't have to do my own laundry...

Pepper Smith said...

LOL! The joys of sharing a language but not all the words. A laundry basket is simply a plastic tub with small holes in the sides that you use to carry laundry around in. It usually holds comfortably about one load worth, or possibly two, depending on the size of the basket.

Eileen said...

I'm liking the new look btw

angie said...

Yeah! Great new template, Sandra! Very creepy - and just in time for Halloween.

And beware the dangerous uses lurking within a seemingly innocent plastic laundry basket. (Oh, and Cornelia's are solid-sided...makes a difference!)

Anonymous said...

Love the new look Sandra - thought I'd got it wrong on my first viewing -maybe I'd stepped over to the dark side. Betty

Austin Carr said...

I haven't seen my laundry basket in months. It might be at the bottom of those dirty clothes.