This Slaunchways podcast was created to examine if "Seuss abridgment" is actually possible.
The results? Shocking.
Some reading that might enhance your enjoyment of this podcast:
The 500 Hats of Bartholomex Cubbins
Green Eggs and Ham
The Places You'll Go
Episode 2.0: Dr. Seuss, abridged?!Runtime is about 13:30. If you can't see the nifty flash player above this sentence, then get the MP3 here.
UPDATE: The "Brand Name It" contest contained within the podcast was solved at 9:09 am by Nate Dawg. Congrats!
His Seuss selection:
Well, after giving it loads of thought (pretty much my entire afternoon was spent making this decision), I think that Dr. Seuss's masterpiece "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" would make a fine addition to my hefty collection of audio children's literature. The basis for this decision was threefold:If you enjoy the Slaunchcast and want to subscribe in iTunes...well, what are you waiting for?
So there you go.
- O.F.T.F.R.F.B.F. (the abbr. version) has been described as "a book with a freewheeling plot about a boy and a girl, and the many amazing creatures they have for friends and pets." (Wikipedia)
- I feel that I can connect with Ned, one of the main characters, who, because of his elongated nature, finds himself in an uncomfortable position while attempting to sleep. He is also both physically and emotionally distraught with the comings and goings of various mammals, like I am, with all of the drunkards living around me.
- I've always wanted a seven hump Wump...
Dr. Seuss; Kevin MacLeod - Olde Timey, An Upsetting Theme, Eyes Gone Wrong, Professor and the Plant, Heartwarming, Golly Gee; Hemlock Gorge Boys - Sweet Child O' Mine; Harold Rodriguez - Harpsichord; Tina E. Andrus - Root Road August Morning Flute; Archive.org for hosting the audio; Odeo.com for the above flash player