Sunday, October 03, 2010

FLATUS Show 251 - Livestock bidets***828-FLATUS8***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. This week I have a conversation with Kalvin. OUrt conversation lasted about two hours but I broke it up into six parts. In this part we talk about opera, trance, livestock and Little House on the Prairie. Also, I was intervoed by Zillafag, so go check out his podcast. I also have been cast in the role of Thurio in the Fall 2010 production of "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" by William Shakespeare which will be performed the Friday through Sunday before Thanksgiving. Yeah! I have a new phone number (828) FLATUS8! Doesn't that rock! I found a new source for reading Brenda Starr online. If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thanks so much for listening.
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Toppie Smellie said...

Hi Kentie,

I don't know why I thought your podcast was only half an hour... to be honest your content is so wonderful that in retrospect it doesn't seem that I have listened that long.

One of the many things that I enjoy about your little show is what I learn every episode.

I was thinking about what you said about the fallibility of memory and recalled how I once was convinced I had witnessed my grandfather remove a window fan that had caught on fire -- he placed it in the bathtub to extinguish it. My father, after hearing me tell this tale, told me that there was no way I could have actually witnessed my grandfather doing that because it happened before I was born. I later realized that what I had thought was a specific memory of the event was actually a memory of what I envisioned in my mind when the tale of my grandfather's heroics was originally told to me.

I am enjoying your talk with "Hello Waffles," and looking forward to hearing the rest of the interview segments.

By the way, am I crazy or did you just abruptly stop the story of that little girl who had a twin she had never met? Maybe I somehow missed the conclusion of it or something -- but I was really kind of into the story and then it seemed to me it was just gone. Kentie, am I dreaming again or did you kind of drop it?

Loving your stuff -- Toppie Smellie.

Kentie said...


Thank you, as always, for listening. The example you give about memory is classic. I did the same thing with a memory about my grandmother and I swore up and down that I witnessed it. Later when I was older and calmer did I accept the facts that I couldn't have traveled back in time. . . .or maybe I did [Dr. Who theme plays].

As for the Phyllis, the Twin segment, I did drop it. I had recorded a bunch of chapters, used them and when I was going to record more, just wasn't into it. Now that you mention it, I kind of miss the deep throated young lesbian, who's name I can't recall and Auntie Mogs.

I was going to send you the book, and I just looked up at my shelf and couldn't find it. I think I returned it to the swap shop at the Town Dump. If I find it, I'll give you a heads up.