Sunday, February 28, 2010

FLATUS Show 222 - If you cross God, he'll make you eat your afterbirth***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Kaselel! Flatus Show listeners. I talk about Cambridge Favorite Cake and read a poem. I'm still reading Quentin Durward, a novel by Sir Walter Scott, on my Kindle. Quentin is taking the princess to another stronghold so King Louis can avoid a war with Burgundy. I think that America is far too consumerist centered than for its' own good. I also realize that I am a political animal and I care who has the authority and how they are using it. Samuel Barber would still have been 100 this year, he's still dead, but Elliot Carter, another American composer, is still kicking it at 101. 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.
The Flatus Show 222
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Songs from the Chinese
God's punishment
Euryanthe
Carl Maria von Weber
Quentin Durward, the eText
The NAVY Seal Physical Fitness Guide
Chilling: 50 Pack, includes Lady Frankenstein
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $8 bucks! Wow!
Family Doctor
K E N T I E on YouTube!
The Unexpected
Retro Food Kink
BRENDA STARR
If you want to be part of the show [and Jose & Mellie would like that] you can reach me at: EMAIL: flatusshow@gmail.com
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Sunday, February 21, 2010

FLATUS Show 221 - Wearing a towel on your head like it was long hair***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Kaselel! Flatus Show listeners. I talk about my experiences over the past few weeks, such as my involvement with the Cape Ann Shakespeare Festival. I also talk about Cambridge Favorite Cake and read the worst poem in the English language. I'm still reading Quentin Durward, a novel by Sir Walter Scott, on my Kindle. Quentin is taking the princess to another stronghold so King Louis can avoid a war with Burgundy. I think that America is far too consumerist centered than for its' own good. I also realize that I am a political animal and I care who has the authority and how they are using it. Samuel Barber would still have been 100 this year, he's still dead, but Elliot Carter, another American composer, is still kicking it at 101. 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.
The Flatus Show 221
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Progression
Occam's Razor and Faith
Aldous Huxley
William Topaz McGonagall
Quentin Durward, the eText
The NAVY Seal Physical Fitness Guide
Chilling: 50 Pack, includes Lady Frankenstein
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $8 bucks! Wow!
Family Doctor
K E N T I E on YouTube!
The Unexpected
Retro Food Kink
BRENDA STARR
If you want to be part of the show [and Jose & Mellie would like that] you can reach me at: EMAIL: flatusshow@gmail.com
Here is the RSS feed, so you can subscribe with whatever aggregator floats your boat: FLATUS Show RSS Subscribe through iTunes with one click! Click HERE to subscribe with iTunes
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Saturday, February 13, 2010

Ladies who Lunch

Sunday, February 07, 2010

FLATUS Show 220 - The hungry deer***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Bonjour! Flatus Show listeners. I talk about some movies: A Single Man and Lady Frankenstein. A Single Man explores a pre-stonewall gay male relationship and Lady Frankenstein explores sex with the retarded. But it's okay if you're doing it for science and they're hot. I'm still reading Quentin Durward, a novel by Sir Walter Scott, on my Kindle. Quentin has signed onto to become one of the Scottish Archers and realizes that he's met the king before. I also talk about fascism. I think that America may be fascist, but not totalitarian yet, Is it possible to have a democratic fascism? Samuel Barber would still have been 100 this year, he's still dead, but Elliot Carter, another American composer, is still kicking it at 101. 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.
The Flatus Show 220
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CRISCO
Progression
Occam's Razor and Faith
MET opera
Flying Spaghetti Monster
Quentin Durward, the eText
The NAVY Seal Physical Fitness Guide
Chilling: 50 Pack, includes Lady Frankenstein
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $8 bucks! Wow!
Family Doctor
K E N T I E on YouTube!
The Unexpected
Retro Food Kink
BRENDA STARR
If you want to be part of the show [and Jose & Mellie would like that] you can reach me at: EMAIL: flatusshow@gmail.com
Here is the RSS feed, so you can subscribe with whatever aggregator floats your boat: FLATUS Show RSS Subscribe through iTunes with one click! Click HERE to subscribe with iTunes
jose-2 - Photo Hosted at Buzznet
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License.