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20 November 2007 @ 07:01 am
December Podcast  

Sorry to spam the f-list with this, but I need your help, if you don't mind?

One of the stories I want to read for the December podcast is Far off Fields:  A Christmas Tale by Fearthainn.  I've tried contacting her through the website, but sometimes those messages don't go through.  Does anyone know her well enough to send a personal email on my behalf?  Pretty Please?  

*bats eyelashes*

Edit:  I got permission!  thanks, mynuet!
 
 
I feel:: tiredtired
I hear:: Who are you - The Who
 
 
 
seegrim: cuddly Jamesseegrim on November 20th, 2007 01:45 pm (UTC)
Hi! I don't know her to save my life, I'm just popping in to say good morning. :)

p.s. Hairspray comes out on DVD today. *giggles and runs to the store*
Jandy the Gnome Whisperer: Epiloguejandjsalmon on November 20th, 2007 04:16 pm (UTC)
Oooh I have her email address I think (from the exchange)...
Jandy the Gnome Whisperer: D/G with namejandjsalmon on November 20th, 2007 04:29 pm (UTC)
Yeah... so I don't. I did for the round before... but not this one. *hits head for getting rid of the emails after the other round*

Sorry babe. Have you checked the email on her LJ profile page? You could go with the livejournal.com one (since it's a paid account it SHOULD be forwarded) or there is always her hotmail one.... just a thought. ;)
Carrie Leigh: D loves Gcarrie_leigh on November 20th, 2007 08:37 pm (UTC)
Myn got me permission, but thanks so much for trying!
Brendan: Spambrendanm720 on November 20th, 2007 06:01 pm (UTC)
Alas, I do not.

I just know of her, and we may have had four or five comment exchange on someone's journal.

But hark! A Bastion of Hope appeareth!

It is a shiny can of spam!

[points to icon]
Carrie Leigh: get the cowcarrie_leigh on November 20th, 2007 08:36 pm (UTC)
Can I say how glad I am that you're a new friend?

You're delightfully quirky, you are.

(You don't actually eat that, do you?)
Brendan: Alton Brown - Mixer Gunbrendanm720 on November 21st, 2007 02:46 am (UTC)
Can I say how glad I am that you're a new friend?

You're delightfully quirky, you are.


[beams]

(You don't actually eat that, do you?)

While I have been known to sample animal offal and various pluck articles from time to time, it is generally either identifiable as the part of the animal that it is (was?) or was coarsely ground into that lovely meatloaf-like dish that we all love with Tatties and Neeps. I do not generally make a habit of eating the squishy innards, (Thanksgiving and whenever I'm in Scotland, generally) and I have a moratorium on pink blocks of... [goes to FDA website] Meat and water product.

I think that you'll find that I don't screw around when it comes to food. If I want ham, I'll have ham. Even if it means making a special trip to the store. (or killing someone's pig... that way you get the bacon and the barbeque too.) :D

I generally use that icon for when I post picspam in my own journal, and for when I do strange and off-the-wall posts like that one. [points up]

I do, however, like the Spam song, and I fight email spam on a daily basis as part of my boring computer job. :D
Carrie Leigh: get the cowcarrie_leigh on November 21st, 2007 01:20 pm (UTC)
I do not generally make a habit of eating the squishy innards, (Thanksgiving and whenever I'm in Scotland, generally)

So, haggis, then? Was it Mike Myers that said, "All Scottish cuisine is based on a dare"?

I'm a vegetarian, not because I'm sensitive, or won't eat anything with a face (because really, I live in Texas and my husband is a hunter; what chance would I have?), but because I feel better when I don't eat meat. When I did, I liked for it to be recognizable. A little.

I'm a bit of a foodie, myself, love to cook, and learned long ago not to eat it if I didn't really want it.