Werner Herzog Reads “Mike Mulligan And His Steam Shovel”

While sequels are depressing reminders of both the limits of creativity and man’s primitive desire to find safety in the known and routine, I present another childhood tale seen through the lens of Werner Herzog.

“His affection for the machine was out of proportion with social norms.”

-Fake Werner Herzog

4 thoughts on “Werner Herzog Reads “Mike Mulligan And His Steam Shovel”

  1. Gaff

    The adsurdist nature of man’s experience in this post modern world is piercingly and painfully conveyed through his voice. I felt my soul was laid bare as the steam shovels caved to the march of technology.


  2. Wilhelm2451 Post author

    @Bhag: I can only give the classic response that comes with this situation:

    Works for me.

    The sound level is rather low, I had to turn up the volume a bit to hear things clearly, but there is sound.


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