27 September 2009

Short Story

Some light entertainment for a quiet Sabbath evening.

Here is a short story as told around a desert campfire last month by the irrepressible and now sadly long gone Fabien. It is 6½ minutes long.

The story concerns Fabien's time in the United States working with a couple of New Zealanders. It is at the light expense of some young American men. However, Fabien in his gracious way balances it nicely at the very end.

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This video was uploaded as a kind of experiment. For the first time I did this using blogger's video tool rather than Vimeo or youtube. It was a slow upload, and the audio seems to be quite low. But what the heck. It seems to play.

3 comments:

Sheila said...

This made me laugh. Lovely story, well told and well ended Fabien, I probably wouldn't have been so gracious! Unfortunately, I think the story is all too true - present company expected, of course.

Beej said...

And he has a charming accent.

Señor Steve said...

I love the way he says "motel."