Sunday, November 27, 2011

FLATUS Show 303 - Lysol cocktails and Summers Eve***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. Call my number and tell me you love me. This past week was Thanksgiving! This year I cooked for vegetarians. I forgot to mention that this the first year that the smell of raw turkey made me almost nauseous. At first I thought the turkey turned, but after forcing Gillie and Daniel to smell it, they said it smelled fine, so I cooked it. Also, you'll find out about my big birthday trip to San Francisco! I am looking for other recorder pervs in which to play music. So contact me if your are on the North Shore. Check out for exciting recipes. I have an iPhone so if you have one, we can have FACETIME together! If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog, email me at or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thank you for listening.
The Flatus Show 303
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Retro Food Kink
Huberd's Shoe Grease
Sylvia Plath
Summer's Eve
Vachel Lindsay
Waltham House
Community Servings
Make Wikipedia articles Kindle friendly
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $4 bucks! Wow! And it includes "Malibu High"!
Nil Desperandum
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1 comment:

Kalv1n said...

I'm so happy to hear that household cleaning products can be so useful. My mother actually uses Lysol on cuts and wounds for what she calls it's healing properties. The stuff in the brown bottle. I'm sure it kills off most things. All your leather adventures sound so adventurous. I think what you say is interesting about doing arms on a separate day. I think my brother's were fond of that particular split. Very much enjoyed the selections as well. The bizzaro-ragtime-gospel was also really interesting. Also found the reading Plath rather electrifying. So sort of fuck you. Anyway, maybe I need to pick up some summer's eve after all...