When The Other Newspaper visits Roland and Zeeps Griff they are both away at school. This prevents them from speaking but absolutely not from having an opinion. Over the past 10 years, they have been so busy having opinions that the fine little curtain has moved to Corinth on summer camp and most of the furniture is singing outside in the street. A tea towel is mowing the grass and the living room is empty. The living room puts a towel around the waist, apologizes and closes the toilet door. A Swedish opera singer walks back and forth. The last rays of the sun lie like spillikins sticks under the landscape windows. We hurry away. As we leave the house it is, for some strange reason, full of ashes.