Sunday, March 09, 2008

FLATUS Show 131 - One Frosty Boston Morning

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. This week is the penultimate installment of the 14 week survey of de Tocqueville's Democracy in America . It is a series of dramatizations I found on The Internet Archive. These dramatizations originally aired on NBC and were produced in Canada in the early 1960s. I hope you like them, I do. I also want to pimp Crisco, it isn't just for fisting and makes baking a breeze, plus it's digestible. Doris Lessing won the 2007 Nobel prize for literature and she is brilliant. I'd love to hear from you so please call the comment line. Please take a few minutes to write a review for The Flatus Show at iTunes. Thank you. Come to my Amazon.com store and help support The Flatus Show. Tell your friends, this is the new media isn't it?. This and more. Please see the links below for topic information.

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1 comment:

paraflax said...

Apple had the same thing here 10 years ago but nowadays it is as it should be, possible to buy chap memory and put it in yourself and still have a valid warranty.

--Alex from Sweden (and no, I wouldn't have my neighbours over for supper. I prefer prescreened strangers by telling my friends to bring over their friends who I don't know.