Sunday, March 06, 2011

FLATUS Show 272 - 17th century French Miss. Marple***828-FLATUS8***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. The Tempest is over. It went well and I am preparing for my next role. I saw an opera this week and on Saturday I had dinner with 2003 Mr. Leather, Boston and hung out with him and the Marauders [a Boston leather group] at the Ramrod. It was a fun time and I got home before dawn. Checkout for exciting recipes. I got an iPhone so if you have one we can have FACETIME together! or email me any time and I can respond most of the time. Finally, Brenda Starr has come to an end as the Chicago Tribune has decided to put the kibosh on it. I am sad, but life goes on. There is also some good news, which is better than jesus. The Hermes press is going to publish the original Brenda Starr comics. The first volume comes out in June and you know I already have my paws on one. 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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1 comment:

Kalvin said...

Liked the Cardillac bit. It was a little less crunchy than I had expected. I was so expecting something a bit more elucidating surrounding your FLAG and sash queen encounters but it felt hedged in by circumspection or perhaps concern for personal privacy? Glad to hear there was no late night domino's drama. But glad to hear of your dramatic successes. Maybe you could convince them to do a stage adaptation of desperate living...?