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Fizzle Like a Flood

Hosted by a robot (or Dr. Stephen Hawking if you'd prefer) and fueled by Vess strawberry soda, Fizzle Like a Flood is an aural scrapbook - an ongoing time capsule. Various life recordings, songs, stories, random sounds, etc. Many appearances by Doug's bestie, Trilety, his girlfriend, Megan and his cat, Cinder.
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May 15, 2016

May is the month of many fun things, I guess. Enjoy this good pile of stuff!

Contents:

- Cinder is the phone killer.

- The 'Flattering Tongue' thing is from a sign by Doug's work where he reads very useful tips (from he thinks a very religious company).

- Ocean Black rocking Queen quite seriously. This was only at Slowdown Jr. too!

- Showing Trilety a big pile of coal near lake Manawa

- Eating Escargo for the first time (with sangria)

- This is the sound of Maifest. (minus 'beer poking')

- The Faerie Tones playing outdoors at Karen's house on her birthday 

- Doug and Megan made May Baskets and delivered them to friends!

- 'Downside Up' by Peter Gabriel. His wonderful album 'So' came out 30 years ago.

- A couple of choice bits by Susan Chang aka Sarah X. (We used to IM a lot back in the day and call each other homo.)

- Doug had THE WORST show in years on Friday the 13th.

- The Painfully Cheesy Love Song of the Week: 'Take It Slow' by Bobby Brown. Oh yeah, swallow that. Don't turn it off before you get to the sexy talk part!

 

May 1, 2016

Welcome to May, and Prince has died. :( Doug and Megan make some Purple smoothies in memory, Doug and Steph belt it out in skid row for Rick Moranis and Trilety's laugh makes a welcomed return.

Contents:

- Megan can play the 'Jurassic Park' theme on piano!

- Purple 'Dearly Beloveds' for Prince

- 'When U Were Mine' covered by Shelter Belt (www.beltcave.com)

- A quick interview with Megan's kitty Suzie

- Midwest Winds Papio Kite Festival 2016

- Doug and Steph sing 'Suddenly Seymour' to open the Rick Moranis birthday night

- Trilety calls me gross!

- Some nice moments of ambiance: Wind chimes along 50th, Fairmount park, a tornado warning from last week

- 'The Karate Kid' is definitely on the movie list.

- Doug still knows the first note of the 'Star Wars' theme!

- the Painfully Cheesy Love Song of the Week: 'You Are My Treasure' by The Guys Next Door (1990) 

 

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