The ancient world had to deal with its Media, that savage land whence came barbarians to ravage the neighboring empires. We, in turn, have our Media with their unstories celebrating sweat-freaks charged with carrying or propelling balls of differing sizes and shapes from an improbable point of departure to an even more improbable destination, detailing drug busts of jet-setters and car makers, and chronicling the concubinages, miscarriages, and splits of movie and TV facemakers distinguished primarily by busts of another kind. Therefore on a recent warm and oppressive afternoon in an attempt to escape for a time the attacks of the modern Medes I availed myself of a standing invitation from Dr. H.K. Wombat to visit him in his study, The marsupium, to discuss amphibologies.
Partridge, Harry B.
"Medes in the Marsupium,"
Word Ways: Vol. 16
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol16/iss1/2