Thursday, July 27, 2006

this is an audio post - click to play

9 comments:

Sid Schwab said...

Well, it's not a bad first effort. Pardon the stumbling here and there... I skipped over a part and had to wing it to get back into the text. If asked, I'll gladly post more readings...

may said...

i loved that! and the sense of humor...of whoever asked you to be one of the pall bearer! i won't mind more readings. by the way, if that was you doing the weismann part, it is pretty convincing!

Intelinurse2B said...

A technical pioneer! Yours is the first blog I have heard an audiopost played in. Please keep them coming. Excellent storytelling. I've bought the book for a friend going through his surgical rotation in med school. Im certain he will enjoy it.

mull3r said...

my my here im talking to my idol.. pls keep blogging sir..you inspire us

Dr. Charles said...

how fun to listen to the author read his work! you have a real talent for reading by the way... maybe you should read the whole thing and make an audiotape/downloadable mp3 for us to purchase.

the elder surgeon's voice brought back memories of the old man down the street of my childhood, who always yelled at us "Go away, you damn kids!"

enrico said...

Great to hear the "audiobook" version of what I've read (even if it was edited ;) )

Your Dr. Weisman voice sounds like the grandpa from "The Simpsons!" heh.

Ali said...

That was a great listen! Thanks :)

kim said...

I loved that part of the book when I read it and now I'm sitting on the front porch laughing again as I hear it.

The neighbors must think I'm nuts. One minute sniffing, the next minute laughing.......

How sweet of him to give you 49er tickets, that spoke volumes as to his character and made him friendly.

Wear your whites.......LOL!

But I bet you were chosen for more than that. Unless he was giving Niner tickets to everyone he met, there was more to it. He just couldn't tell you himself....

kdoctor said...

hehe that was great!!
I'd love to hear more!