Sunday, December 23, 2012

FLATUS Show 345 - Probably pretty innocent***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. I just got back from my San Francisco vacation and I had wonderful time. Not only that but I attended a Yule celebration in New Hampshire hosted by the Frithstead Kindred. I met a bunch of new friends during this past week. I was cast as Casca in the CAST production of Julius Cesar, which opens the first week of March, I'm sure you'll hear me practice my lines soon. Call my number and tell me what you are doing. 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 345

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Retro Food Kink
Huberd's Shoe Grease
The Lady's Own Cookery Book (1844)
Jarðarmen Kindred
Frithstead Kindred
Julius Caesar
Heathen Gods
Ásatrú beginners course
Waltham House
Breakheart reservation
Make Wikipedia articles Kindle friendly
Mr. S Leather
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $4 bucks! Wow! And it includes "Malibu High"!
Nil Desperandum

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Toppie Smellie said...

Enjoyed the recap of SF. Wondering about the Redwoods. Everyone mentions the big ones. But do you also see little fledglings growing? Since there can't be much light filtering down how do the little ones compete for light? Also, how are their seeds dispersed?

"Pennies from Heaven," one of my favs.

t said...

Enjoyed the SF recap. About the Redwoods. Are there fledglings around growing? How do they disperse their seeds? "Pennies from Heaven" one of my favs.

Kentie said...

Toppie, I'll have to research that.