THE BUNNY MONSTER

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Archivist motes: The Bunny Monster in the form of Huna is back from college for a little bit and now we see why the edicts by Omal a week later in the channeling session 6th Dimensional Economics were handed down. Huna could be best described as a celebrity, one along the lines of Jenna Jameson for the 6th dimension so there is some mature content. Before that though, Tia leads off discussing prophecies followed by then, Squadron Leader Taal who gives a rare insight on how pilots start their training from birth. Karra expands on the link we learned about between a pilot and his ship. Leah asks for advice on how to get to know Lyka better after getting in-depth on a homework assignment she had just figured out.

SPEAKERS
ATTENDEES
TIA- Mistress of Ceremonies MARK (Channel)
WING COMMANDER TAAL RUSS
KARRA
LEAH
HUNA/BUNNY


SIDE 1

SIDE 2

2.)(5:18)- Karra continues on the discussion of the link between pilots and their ship.

3.)(9:08)- Leah reviews a homework assignment she has completed and asks for some relationship advice.

4.)(28:10)- Huna, AKA The Bunny Monster, earns her nickname yet once more to a point where some of her chat had to be edited out for explicit content.

Part 1 Listen to this episode (RIGHT CLICK AND OPEN IN A NEW TAB)
Duration: 45.10 min. - File type: mp3

Part 2 Listen to this episode (RIGHT CLICK AND OPEN IN A NEW TAB)
Duration: 37.36 min. - File type: mp3


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SIDE ONE

(Tia comes on and gets things started.)

Tia: can't do that, I'm not allowed to, it messes things up doesn't it?

Russ: messes what up?

Tia: me, purring.

Russ: doesn't mess me up.

Tia: it messes up the monitoring equipment on the portable unit. (The device that generates the channeling field.)

Russ: oh, I'll take your word for it.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: so how's it going love?

Tia: it's going good.

Russ: Huna's back.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: Bunny's back is the name of this one.

Tia: uh-huh. Bunny's back and she's bad.

Russ: yeah, I'm sure she's been celibate for the entire time she's been in school.

Tia: oh yes, most definitely. She actually says it's good to able to strip down to her underwear and relax and not worry about people putting the moves on her.

Russ: oh, in school?

Tia: no, here.

Russ: oh here.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: what, you guys like slacking off or something?

Tia: well, it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the fact that she's making out with Kiri at the moment.

Russ: yeah, I can imagine that might be a little distracting.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: well yeah, I think it is just a you know warm, affectionate greeting is what she's doing.

Tia: yeah, I would say it's very warm and affectionate.

Russ: like an extended hug.

Tia: with mouth to mouth resuscitation thrown in.

Russ: yeah, that's it.

Tia: she gave Leah a big hug when we went down to meet her. (Her sister.)

Russ: okay, we've got a few questions to go over.

Tia: okay

Russ: all right, we'll go over Vince Foster first.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: prior to Vince Foster's death, apparent suicide........

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: there had been a lot of interest in the Clinton administration toward UFO's.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and a lot of discussions and stuff were being prepared to explain to the President what the status of the government's work with UFO's had been.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: then, suddenly Vince Foster dies and everything took a screeching halt.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and it seemed like at that point everything just came up against the President like one thing after another.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: they started off with a pretty young crew but I think they got old really quick.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: so what's the connection between that if there is any?

Tia: there isn't.

Russ: oh there is no connection.

Tia: no.

Russ: just a coincidence?

Tia: uh-huh but what is fascinating is the fact that they either got old or they ended up disappearing or they ended up doing time. That in itself is very interesting.

Russ: hmmm. You mean like Ron Brown and so on and so forth?

Tia: uh-huh. It's unusual to have so many people in an administration under investigation. And high up officials, the vice president, Ron Brown.......

(Tia breaks off to scold one of the cats on it's behavior in Durondedunn.)

Russ: telling off Mongi eh? (One of the house cats.)

Tia: it was unnecessary roughness.

Russ: oh, unnecessary roughness, 10 yards.

Tia: well it wasn't Ganja (Another one of the house cats) shouldn't have been so rough on Mongi.

Russ: yeah. Well he's getting older.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: less tolerant.

Tia: no, Ganja was actually playing.

Russ: oh.

Tia: that's why he's not too reprimanded. He's doing the ears down and settling down to be comfortable because I told him to sit still. But if you watch his body language and the way his ears are up, he's been told off.

Russ: oh.

Tia: notice that his ears were forward and.....well more not so much forward but back like he'd just been told off?

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: which is what he had been.

(Speaks to the cat more in Durondedunn.)

Tia: now where was I, oh yes?

Russ: administration.

Tia: administration and people missing or in prison. Well we have the McDougal Clan.

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: we have the threats of investigation and ongoing investigations with the Vice President. We have a sexual harassment investigation probe and court case of the President. We have the First Lady and her Travel Gate. No administration has had so many investigations, no administration has had so many whispered rumors of corruption. Now I'm going to do something a little bit unusual and it's kind of a test but first of all let's get to your next question.

Russ: okay, on the flu that seems to be going around the area.

Tia: oh yes.

Russ: it has been described as an epidemic in the Carson area where they are getting 200 cases a day sometimes.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and up here it's just as bad where I've been hearing from some people that our emergency rooms are getting filled up with people coming in sneezing and coughing....

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and everything. And it's sort of from what I understand brought up from the Bay Area.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and it was brought up and just basically passed around and just nailed everybody up here.

Tia: uh-huh. Okay now, reach back into the shaggy recesses of your mind to October okay? And Karra's discussion on the 1918 flu epidemic.

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: and her projections of the flu and how the flu season was going to be.

Russ: didn't we put that on the web?

Tia: I don't think so, might be, might be out there. And what she said in reference to the flu epidemic and that is going on and the chances and the possibilities. I think she called it very, very well.

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: now to answer the next question, how do we do these predictions? Well we take the known facts, we factor in numerous things such as speed of travel, incubation period, crowd density, fatigue of certain groups. We take into factor quite a lot of things. I'm not quite sure exactly how Karra did it, you'd have to ask Karra and she's chatting with Leah at the moment. Okay, next question.

Russ: with the earth changes coming up.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: I'm reading something in the "Sedona Journal of Emergence" here that was fairly enlightening on that matter where it explains in a very nice way how you.......how the changes are affecting us in you know what is basically needed for humanity.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and it goes on like this, "earth changes are indeed a part of this time that has been prophesied and is upon us. Is being called among other things the New Age, the age of Aquarius, the Golden age and the Apocalypse. I will simply say that it is time for humanity to move forward to step fully into the next era. It is also time for earth to move forward vibrationally and it is no coincidence that we're in this cosmic dance together at the same time."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: "we must in....what must happen in order to experience this new era upon and within the planet is the raising of vibrations of both the earth and her inhabitants. In order to accomplish these changes easily, both parties must be ready and willing and this has not been easy for the most part. To be brief, we could easily say that humanity have chosen the lesser road. To a certain degree we could say that the physical changes that have been experienced recently have been a physical manifestation of the turmoil humanity currently finds itself in. Like it or not, it is a fact that generally humanity will look at the grander scheme only when pushed into it and even then some will not look beyond their own backyards."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: "so physical changes assist in nudging humanity along and we have part of the next few years to be assured."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: so that was a good way of putting that as far as nudging humanity along.

Tia: yeah. Well basically that's what we've been saying for some time is that all these events that are occurring are refining and........it's part of evolution.

Russ: well we haven't discussed the vibrational aspects of it and I'd like to do that now if I could.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: the vibrational changes taking place within the earth and its inhabitants.

Tia: well the inhabitants we have covered but we haven't but we haven't put it under the name vibrational frequencies or changes.

Russ: right, I'd just like to put some handles on this a little bit to make it easier for people to understand that have gone through this route.

Tia: okay the vibrational changes are the awareness and spirituality, the cooperative working together, the preparation and the feeling of something is going on. The changes are part of the growth, the evolution or the nudges as you wish to call them. It is a vibrational change in the outlook on existence that things aren't important, certain things aren't important, other things are more important. One or part of the awareness is the fact that they talk about the "me generation". "What about me, what about me?" Okay which is directly after the baby boomers correct?

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: and those supposedly are the grab, grab what about me, everything's for me right? And these individuals are part of the holdup in the growth and the change of the frequencies. There are some people in that supposed quote, unquote "me generation" that are very in tune with the spirituality and the changes and the awareness involved within the shift. The.......you see I don't like the terms that they use, these New Age quote not New Age terms. The terms themselves are part of the vibrational changes but they're not new and they're nothing special. They all go to predictions in Revelations, the quatrains of Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, Mother Shipton.......all these people have made predictions and they talk about the 20th century being the end of an era. And this is not a coincidence that they all say the same thing. And they all talk about fire from the sky, destruction, changes in continental structure, changes in climate and so on. They all say the same thing and it's part of the millennium crises as would be a good phrase. And that in itself helps to change the vibrational frequency, the fact that people are concerned that the world will end with the turning of the millennium. This is a common misconception okay? And it dovetails very carefully with what I'm saying. Now this last little bit of my dissertation and comments has to be edited for this reason. This is an invite and a deliberate test to prove a point of things aren't always what they appear to be, what is said. I, am going to make some predictions and yes it has been sanctioned by Omal. Because of what I'm doing which is an experiment right? And I'm inviting people to e-mail in and what I will do is I will give you what I actually mean which doesn't go on the web and what I'm saying okay? Which is a big difference. Okay, "a mighty one in courtly robes will appear. He will be trumpeted as a wise person but the mighty one will be of clay feet. He will be painted as a golden person. The golden person with feet of clay will be of great oratory capacity and speak well." Okay, this is the part that doesn't go on the web okay?

(This part has been edited out.)

Okay, part two. "The mighty one of golden glow will be found to be false. His feet of clay will wash away and all will tumble to fade away."

(This next part has been edited out also.)

Okay part three, or prophecy three. "From the South a change will come with skies of funny colors. Sounds of roaring wind ushers in a change. Shifts are shifts but not as they appear, things that are will remain but changed." Now I'm being very, very deliberately tricky and playful with this one. Okay first of all, you tell me what you think I'm saying.

Russ: that there'll be a nuclear blast and it's going to change the appearance of many things as well as people's perception of reality and while everything stays as it is, it'll be different.

Tia: totally wrong.

Russ: oh.

Tia: way off the mark.

(This last part was edited out also.)

Russ: hmmm okay.

Tia: okay? Now the reason why I've made these three predictions, and I'm going to make a few more in a moment, is to prove a point that what is actually said is not what is actually meant which goes to Nostradamus' quatrains.

Russ: well he was hiding from the Inquisition.

Tia: uh-huh but it's left it open to people's own interpretations. Now the invites are for people to submit what they think I'm saying right? And it needs to be prefaced with, all's we will answer is correct or incorrect.

Russ: okay.

Tia: okay now the experiment is to prove that people will read in what they want to in translations of quatrains or things being hidden and murky meanings. Okay, the last one for tonight and this one's a fun little one. "Growth with all around, appearance of abundance hides a murky underside. The murky underside will eat away and gnaw at all that is seen that is of rosy glow."

Russ: well none of these sound very fun.

Tia: okay, what do you think I'm saying?

Russ: you're saying that the stock market's not going to be looking good after a while.

Tia: uh-huh. Okay, to that I'm going to add "that at the midpoint in the time, changes will fall that will turn the chime from highest growth to lowest drop but on the other side, the Golden Dawn is born."
Now these are opened, these are for people to write in what they think I mean.

(This next part has been edited out.)

Russ: okay.

Tia: okay, what we will do is hide the real meanings, write them on a piece of paper and the quotes, the pieces of clues and we'll put them together and we'll seal them away.

Russ: okay.

Tia: now it's going to be deliberately left open for people to debate what I mean okay?

Russ: okay.

Tia: uh-huh. Why do you think I'm doing that and why do you think Omal okayed it?

Russ: because preparation is one of the goals for growth.

Tia: uh-huh, that's part of it.

Russ: make people work?

Tia: hmm, make people think.

Russ: yeah.

Tia: because there is a lot of people out there that are taking these cryptic wordings by Cayce, Nostradamus as gospel. They're taking them as gospel and my demonstration is due to the fact that.....to prove that things aren't as people perceive them. What is meant is not what is said. It is very important to get that point out. Okay, anymore questions hon?

Russ: I had one but I can't think of right now, it was right on the tip of my tongue.

Tia: could you stick your tongue out?

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: can't see it there.

Russ: I'll think of it. Oh well.

Tia: uh-huh. Yes?

Russ: well that's it for now.

Tia: oh okay.

Russ: until I can think of the stupid question.

Tia: (talks to the cat's in Durondedunn)

Tia: the youth. Here's a saying from my planet, "youth is wasted on the young."




(Wing Commander Taal stops by for a social visit.)

Taal: attention.

Russ: hey, good evening Taal.

Taal: be seated.

Russ: I'll come over here where it's easier,

Taal: okay. This is a social visit.

Russ: well excellent.

Taal: it is been a while has it not?

Russ: it has been a while.

Taal: good and having been of a while, talk I thought would be good with you.

Russ: oh thank you, I agree. How have you been?

Taal: I am being well and how have you being?

Russ: busy.

Taal: yes.

Russ: probably as busy as you have.

Taal: so hear I understand.

Russ: yes, but I'm sure you've been on long patrols yourself.

Taal: yes, and hard part of long patrol is being aware at all of time.

Russ: this is also being away from your family?

Taal: yes but not thinking of family but thinking of survival.

Russ: missions and.......

Taal: correct, of being eyes open.

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: you call situation awareness name of what is important.

Russ: yes S.A.

Taal: correct. Situation awareness being of primary importance. Even with all technology that we have, eyes are important. Being aware of what is around me.

Russ: don't you have sensors that detect things that are around you also?

Taal: correct. But what do you need to perceive sensors?

Russ: your eyes?

Taal: of course. It is not sitting in couch waiting for computer to tell, it is looking at things and seeing.

Russ: hmm.

Taal: important you know?

Russ: very much so.

Taal: but enough of duty.

Russ: okay.

Taal: as I said, social visit no?

Russ: yes.

Taal: okay and how is your social being?

Russ: not much of a social being right now, working too much.

Taal: that is sad.

Russ: well not too sad, I'm having fun.

Taal: tell me.

Russ: well, for example, the ski resort I work at where I get to meet all kinds of people all day long coming up and having fun.

Taal: yes.

Russ: so I get to talk to them and enjoy their time that they're having while I'm enjoying my time with them. So it's not sitting behind a desk or trying to stay bored, I'm actually having a good time with it.

Taal: that is being of good no?

Russ: yeah, that's sort of social you could say.

Taal: yes.

Russ: I'm getting paid for it.

Taal: yes I would understand that that is what you would need. And other business?

Russ: the theater. The theater's been a little hectic being we had to lose my assistant manager and have new one so I'm training.

Taal: why?

Russ: well she was rude to a customer and where at the theater it's customer service where it's not like you meet a Zeta (Reticuli) and you have to say you know for example, "Hi, welcome to our planet. Come on in, watch a movie."

Taal: ahh..

Russ: and if the Zeta has a bad attitude, but you still have to be very nice to Mr. Zeta.

Taal: ahh.

Russ: see, you can't sit there and blow them away.

Taal: so, no matter how misunderstanding Mr. Zeta is?

Russ: you have to be kind, polite and right.

Taal: hmmm, odd philosophy.

Russ: very odd philosophy.

Taal: sometimes part of nature from what Madam ambassador says, it is necessary for humans to let people know that they have overstepped bounds?

Russ: hm hmm, yeah which is exactly where my assistant manager went wrong by stating that.

Taal: but that is if Madam ambassador correct is what is right.

Russ: correct. Right, I don't agree with what happened.

Taal: so I do not understand why person would be penalized for doing what is natural.

Russ: there it gets a little complicated because of politics and the need for a positive community outlook for our theaters, there can be no perception of our being anything less than polite.

Taal: politics and politeness same?

Russ: same sometimes, in this case they are.

Taal: you talk of in your workplace politics, I do not follow.

Russ: that would be whereby the owner of the company wishes to have a certain perception of our business sent out to the public even though it is not a correct way in my opinion of our rights of being abused by our various customers. And so anything that does not reflect that positive perception is seen as a negative and those persons are let go.

Taal: I do not understand why politic would be involved in that.

Russ: mostly because it's a point where you are right in everything you do but you're still wrong.

Taal: that is not politic, politic are people elected to do work for the public? I do not understand how that would be politics.

Russ: well politics is a term that we use sometimes when people in higher authority are abusing their power.

Taal: hmmm.

Russ: it's a phrase you could say, it's not actually means the same thing as the earth term for politics, it's merely something that we use to describe infighting, people getting pushed around by higher authority beings.

Taal: do not understand.

Russ: don't worry, I don't understand it either so you're in the same boat I am.

Taal: ahhh. I just wish to understand better what is meant by politics.

Russ: politics. Hmm okay, for example, and this is only an example okay? Let's say that you as a squadron leader sent your pilots out to come down and have a big party on earth okay? And basically you knew that what you are doing is wrong as you know the policy of Ashtar Command.

Taal: uh-huh.

Russ: but it's something that you wanted to do for your people okay? Those in higher authority would then come down and censor you or penalize you for your actions.

Taal: which is correct.

Russ: which is correct but what we do is if that happens, is we call that politics sometimes.

Taal: no, that is policy.

Russ: policy right. Policy and politics sometimes run into the same thing.

Taal: hmmm.

Russ: okay let's say this. Let's say that there is a.....let's say that Katrina (His bond mate.) is somebody in your squadron okay? And you give her special favors.

Taal: that is impossible.

Russ: I know but I'm just, this is an example okay? And you tell her that she can now go ahead and become a squadron leader because she is you know your bond mate.

Taal: I cannot do that.

Russ: I know you can't but let's say if you did, and everybody below her saw that you were moving her up without a reason, we would call that politics.

Taal: hmmm.

Russ: because you used your power to advance her without her actually being worthy of that position yet.

Taal: hmmm. Do not understand, it will give me quandary.

Russ: it's the best I can do to explain it.

Taal: but it is something that I would not do?

Russ: yeah, it's an abuse of power.

Taal: and I'm not capable of doing.

Russ: right, but down here on third dimension, it happens a lot. A very lot so we have to put term to it and we call it politics because they're are abusing their power which a lot of politicians on third dimension do.

Taal: yes, so I hear.

Russ: right so we call that politics and if you're a boss and you do the same thing, that's politics. Your being political because you're abusing your power.

Taal: hmmm. I will have to try to understand this being more.

Russ: well it's a third dimensional thing so I wish you lots of luck. Like I said, I witness it all the time and I still don't understand it.

Taal: maybe it would be better if I tried not to understand it.

Russ: it probably would be.

Taal: it seems to be a consciousness of being?

Russ: right.

Taal: to be misguided?

Russ: it's a lesson that people go through to learn how abuse of power is something that needs to be weaned out of their system.

Taal: hmmm.

Russ: and some people learn it sooner than others do.

Taal: of all people I know that are in command positions?

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: I have never seen or heard or witnessed of this.

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: even most youngest.

Russ: but all of them are sixth dimensional beings or higher. (Talks to the cats.) Get off of their you guys. So they already understand, they've already been through those lessons. They had to go to those lessons to get to sixth dimension.

Taal: true.

Russ: so when they were on third dimension or even if you were on the third dimension, you might of had to go through these lessons at some point.......

Taal: that is more than possible.

Russ: right, to get to where you're at. So therefore we still here on third dimension are going through those lessons to get to be where you are.

Taal: hmmm, very misguided concept.

Russ: true but it's a good learning experience for us.

Taal: hmmm, best not to pursue or try to understand as it is mindset that's...is negative and feeds backs in on itself.

Russ: uh-huh, true.

Taal: I believe you have expression, "what goes around, around comes back and a back?"

Russ: right, what goes around comes around.

Taal: yes, something of that.

Russ: correct, absolutely. So by the way, how's your little one?

Taal: little one doing well. Little one asking many questions and doing what little one's do when have time with mini vessel.

Russ: oh, he's got a mini vessel?

Taal: it is like your vehicles that little ones of your planet use feet to propel?

Russ: oh yeah, little pedal cars.

Taal: yes.

Russ: oh, so he's being a pilot in training kind of?

Taal: yes. I, when very little had one.

Russ: oh......Katrina had one?

Taal: all of us that are of flight or wish to be of my world have one.

Russ: wow.

Taal: it is necessary for us to be fulfilling our being.

Russ: so they have little pedal car formations and stuff?

Taal: in essence yes. Little vehicle propelled by feet not propelled by feet only.

Russ: oh by mind?

Taal: part of communication. Nature of symbiosis of my ship and heart of my ship part of myself.

Russ: ahhh.

Taal: way it works is of little one having feet propelled little craft with hand control and mini unit that communicates with pedal vessel?

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: is forever the start on the way.

Russ: ahhh, do they wear helmets?

Taal: mini helmets.

Russ: mini helmets.

Taal: made for part of upper head and back of head.

Russ: wow how neat.

Taal: so mini helmets will grow to become replaced by full helmets.

Russ: wow.

Taal: mini unit will be taken and put into bigger unit and bigger unit.

Russ: oh so they grow into their vehicles....vessels.

Taal: yes it is necessary for us to do so.

Russ: I didn't know that, that is neat.

Taal: my ship, even damaged, is part of me. Most precious part of my ship is my self. Not my physical self but self that in storage of myself. You understand not.

Russ: yeah, like your little....your little car when you were a kid is still part of your ship now.

Taal: correct.

Russ: I understand.

Taal: and even though it is mechanical, to me, that part is very alive.

Russ: it's like a bond mate.

Taal: in way yes.

Russ: yeah, I understand.

Taal: when Katrina's vessel severely damaged, most important part is herself. We name it........translation is the name of myself.

Russ: okay.

Taal: herself in reference. If Katrina speaks to you, she would refer to myself when referring to that part of vessel.

Russ: also for example, part of The Baron's success is a symbiosis with his red craft.

Taal: red craft, external shell come and go. The importance of himself go from craft to craft.

Russ: oh I see.

Taal: it is part of computer?

Russ: uh-huh. Oh so when Katrina was doing the shuttles back and forth with the cargo ships, part of that went into the cargo ship itself.

Taal: correct.

Russ: I see.

Taal: each ship is own ship. When ship sent back, that part is removed. Ferry pilot puts himself in to same spot. Ship no longer recall myself but recalls himself.

Russ: ahhh, I see. Wow.

Taal: you have seen me sit and touch my ship.......

Russ: yeah.

Taal: when I unplugged it. I am communicating with part of myself.

Russ: ahhh, so it's an extension of you.

Taal: correct.

Russ: I see.

Taal: hmm I see you not fully understand, how to word?

Russ: well I can kind of understand, I'd have to actually be part of the ship to really get a full understanding.

Taal: yes. With little one.....

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: one day hopefully he will have own ship and as you say little feet propelled ship will be with him as will be first propelled by combustion, first propelled by other nuclear means, always with him growing as he grows.

Russ: uh-huh. And he'll always be on the base while you're on the base?

Taal: no.

Russ: oh he'll be sent off somewhere for training?

Taal: correct.

Russ: I see.

Taal: it is not permissible for family members to serve in one unit.

Russ: why not? Oh, because of the emotional bonds.

Taal: correct.

Russ: right.

Taal: would it be appropriate for me to sacrifice other members of flight for bond mate?

Russ: no.

Taal: so, not permissible.

Russ: that would be politics. No, I know what you mean, I know what you mean.

Taal: way it works, not unusual for bond mates to be on same base. Not unusual for mother, father, daughter, son to be on same base. Not unusual for grandfather, grandmothers, bond mates to be on same base with children and grandchildren. But all never in one squadron or same squadron.

Russ: ahhh.

Talk: if my old father still being alive were here on Hades Base, he would not be allowed to be in my squadron or Katrina's squadron.

Russ: hmmm.

Taal: due to sometimes unfortunate happenings of squadrons going in against overwhelming percentages....odds.

Russ: right.

Taal: and out of flight or squadron of sixteen, two or three making back think, if bond mates in squadron with older members of family and younger members of family........

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: emotional problems of losing maybe two members or all members.

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: so not allowed, not permissible at all.

Russ: understandable.

Taal: when pilot killed up here, great trauma on family. Family recover. Think, if his bond mate were with him and also ceased to function, what of little ones?

Russ: true. Hmm.

Taal: not only losing one set of......

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SIDE TWO


(The conversation continues from where it left off.)


Russ: thank you yes I missed it. Part of it was on play. Okay.

Taal: okay.

Russ: alright the question is this, if these talks that Sananda and Ashtar are working on are successful and all the hostile groups to this planet or this sector come to agreeable terms and there is no need for the base pilots to be on patrol or to be losing their lives or anything like that, how do you feel about that?

Taal: how do you think I would feel?

Russ: well I think you'd feel great but you'd feel like you would be put out of a job.

Taal: happily so.

Russ: really?

Taal: yes.

Russ: but you were born for this.

Taal: yes.

Russ: you were genetically designed for this.

Taal: then elsewhere we go.

Russ: hmmm.

Taal: it is of being genetically designed can be re-genetically designed.

Russ: hmmm. So no sadness.

Taal: no, happiness.

Russ: oh good.

Taal: to be able to know I will grow old, to know that when I come back from patrol that I will see my little one, my bond mate, my companions. To be able to think about sitting at home I have not seen in long time and be able to watch the suns rise. To watch the moons rise, to watch the shapes in the sky at night appear. Never to worry about maybe I will not see my bond mate or my little one grow to maturity.

Russ: hmmm.

Taal: in being genetically engineered, long time in past for my race, main things are the what you call the link between me and myself?

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: you gave it name.

Russ: symbiosis?

Taal: yes. That genetically engineered, that can continue. Thought process fast, rapid, that is useful. The desire to use vessel for speed, that continue. Reflexes continue, all important, all not honed for war. War is not genetically engineered for us, understand?

Russ: uh-huh.

Taal: so all of genetic engineering is for purpose of improvement in.....

Russ: species?

Taal: correct. For the function of transportation of vessel. Whether transport, whether scout, fighter, exploration, emergency, that is not engineered. Engineering for everything in operation is engineered.

Russ: thank you Taal.

Taal: dismissed.



(Tia comes back on to usher in the next speaker.)

(Tia says hello in Durondedunn.)

Russ: hi Tia.

Tia: yo.

Russ: yo.

Tia: uh-huh, I didn't know that he had his consciousness in his ship like that.

Russ: he kind of hinted at it while I was in the ships working with Nazreal. (Karra's son who does rescue missions.)

Tia: uh-huh. I don't think Nazreal has that kind of relationship with the ship. Marta might. (Nazreal's bond mate and from the same race as Taal.)

Russ: no, the computer's different for them.

Tia: yeah. He's not......

Russ: he wasn't raised that way.

Tia: he wasn't bred for the ships......

Russ: right.

Tia:
they were. Hmmm.

Russ: that was very educational.

Tia: yes, I thought so.

(Tia says goodbye in Durondedunn.)



(Karra takes her turn channeling.)

Karra: hello.

Russ: hi love.

Karra: how's it going?

Russ: well, thoughtful.

Karra: yes, he does that doesn't he?

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: I don't fully understand either the link that he has with his ship?

Russ: I've read you know fictional books that describe the link. You know, sort of like the dragon....Ann McCaffrey's dragons.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: you know the link between the dragon and the rider, that telepathic......

Karra: I think this is considerably more.

Russ: I agree.

Karra: that even though the scouts and everything change.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: they improve them, it is always the same.....I really....I think I understand what he's saying.

Russ: but when you get a pilot back from an encounter.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: then you weren't realizing that by healing him you were also healing the ship?

Karra: yes, there's one question I would've wanted to ask him if he had stayed and that was if a ship is lost, destroyed.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: how does the pilot react?

Russ: well like losing a loved one.

Karra: yes but it's more than just a loved one, it's part of themselves.

Russ: they're not pilots anymore.

Karra: oh Kiri says that they do whatever is necessary to retrieve that part of the vessel and they're shielded and protected and the most heavily armor?

Russ: oh really?

Karra: uh-huh. That those parts are very special. That is what the emergency......you should know that.

Russ: we never had to do that, that's not part of our training yet. (At the time I was training with Nazreal and Marta for rescue work with the Command in astral form.)

Karra: oh.

Russ: at least my training, maybe Nazreal and Marta do that.

Karra: I'll ask Marta, I'll get a full explanation from her. Okay hon.

Russ: okay love.

Karra: looks nice doesn't it? (A new exercise machine that had been bought for the house.)

Russ: yeah, it looks very nice.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: works good too.

Karra: yes, the settings have been changed haven't they?

Russ: Mark changed them up, he tightened them up a bit.

Karra: oh really?

Russ: and I'll change them back down for me.

Karra: oh.

Russ: yeah but....

Karra: are you sure he wasn't just showing off?

Russ: Mark? Mark does not show off.

Karra: I think he does.

Russ: well anyway, I'll change it back down to me but yeah, it works great, it feels good too so thank you my love.

Karra: you're welcome. Okay as we have two more speakers and Taal went kind of....three more speakers I've been corrected.

Russ: well that's okay, me and you can work on this on a moment by moment basis.

Karra: of course, of course.

Russ: anything we have to say is strictly redundant anyway. (Due to being twin souls.)

Karra: yes. I do too.

Russ: I know darling, okay let's get on to the next person and we'll.....

Karra: okay.

Russ:
get you freed up. have fun sweetheart, with my blessings.

Karra: oh I intend to.

Russ: well have fun Madam ambassador.

Karra: thank you.

Russ: my pleasure sweetheart.



(Tia transitions to the next speaker.)

(Tia says hello in Durondedunn.)

Tia: okay,

Russ: hi Tia.

Tia.: uh-huh, I'll put on the next speaker.

Russ: okay.



(Leah is the next speaker.)

Leah: hey.

Russ: hey.

Leah: how's it going Russ?

Russ: good, who's this? Leah?

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: hi Leah.

Leah: hey.

Russ: how ya doing sweetheart?

Leah: ohhhh, study, study, study, study, study.

Russ: good for you.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: and well you should.

Leah: yes. I can't quite understand that if the laser sequential operation system is malfunctioning in the capacity of the heat draining sink, then the override mechanism should cut in to reduce the drainage. Very confusing.

Russ: well, don't you have like a coolant coming in?

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: so the computer should be sending in coolant but if your......

Leah: that's not the problem.

Russ: well if it's supposed to shut down isn't it?

Leah: no it's not. You see it's part of the paper I'm reading.

Russ: right. Well like a nuclear reactor, if it suddenly overheats, automatically the shut down synchronizations that go on that you know keep it from overloading.

Leah: yes but paper that I'm reading is actually in reference to a heat source distribution system.

Russ: so like a central heating system?

Leah: kind of.

Russ: like what's going on right here?

Leah: a lot more sophisticated.

Russ: well sure, yeah.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: hmmm, well what would happen if it overheated?

Leah: it would melt the circuitry.

Russ: well I mean is that the least that would happen?

Leah: no it would probably continue increasing in the heat.

Russ: right.

Leah: it would keep increasing, there would be no explosion or anything, it would just keep increasing.

Russ: so it would be necessary for it to shut down?

Leah: no it can't shut down. Because if it shuts down, it continues to increase in heat.

Russ: so don't you have a redundancy system built in so that if one part fails to work.....

Leah: well actually the problem is how do I.......the paper would read, "having reached the point of heat retention overload, how would it be remedied?" Now, the thing is first of all, I know I can't shut it down........

Russ: okay.

Leah: because the heat would continue to increase regardless of whether it is shut down or not.

Russ: oh okay. That makes it clear.

Leah: okay what do I do to fix it right? I can't replace it because replacing it would be shutting it down.

Russ: right.

Leah: okay so how do I fix it?

Russ: okay, what's the natural cooling systems that are built into it?

Leah: it uses four different......it uses gas.

Russ: uh-huh.

Leah: which is super-cooled.

Russ: right.

Leah: it uses heat believe it or not.

Russ: okay.

Leah: air and fluid.

Russ: okay, so all four at once or do they operate in synchronization?

Leah: they work all at once.

Russ: all at once. Okay and if the problem is if they aren't working correct?.

Leah: well if the heat......I think you would call it heat sink is not working?

Russ: right.

Leah: then how would it be fixed?

Russ: you have a redundant heat sink built-in.

Leah: actually the way that I worked it out would be that I would disconnect each section right?

Russ: uh-huh.

Leah: let's say I disconnect the air system.

Russ: yeah.

Leah: and plug it into the replacement, taking a bypass from the replacement unit and piping it back in to the currently used one.

Russ: isn't there a danger of shutting it down?

Leah: no. Because this is what I'm doing is that I'm linking the replacement unit in to the corrupted unit right?

Russ: right.

Leah: and when all four are linked in right? I just flip the cutoff switch and it cuts off the corrupted unit and everything else starts to run through the replacement unit and I can just pull it out.

Russ: oh so it's a heart bypass.

Leah: basically yes.

Russ: you can't shut down the heart, you replace it with a heart bypass or a heart thing that actually does everything that the heart does until you put the new heart in.

Leah: I'm basically replacing the new heart. Correct.

Russ: right so you're basically doing what we would do and call it a heart bypass......

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: surgery.

Leah: I would assume so.

Russ: yeah, you keep the heart running because you can't stop the heart or the body dies.

Leah: correct.

Russ: but you put a machine in in the meantime until you get the other heart in.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: once you get the other heart in, then you just take the machine off.

Leah: uh-huh and that's basically what I'm doing.

Russ: ahh that makes sense.

Leah: uh-huh. It's simple, basic.......

Russ: medical work out.

Leah: no, engineering.

Russ: same thing. The human body is a machine.

Leah: yes true, true. But what I'm doing is, this is something it's part of a paper that I will be doing is that I have this machine that has all these problems.

Russ: uh-huh.

Leah: and I have to fix them. I have two weeks to fix them in.

Russ: sounds like you already got it done?

Leah: that's problem one.

Russ: how many problems are there?

Leah: 30.

Russ: good God, glad I'm not in your school.

Leah: uh-huh. The next one, I don't have the paper so I'm going to try and remember it is that the vibration dampening mechanism is functioning in a reverse capacity to increase the vibration but the system has a fail safe system that is correcting the problem but compensating in the wrong direction, if I've got it right and I don't think I have.

Russ: well what I would do in that case and it's always helped me before is I would just ask Kiri.

Leah: I can't, I can't.

Russ: and Kiri would just go, "oh that's easy, you just do this."

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: and it's all fixed.

Leah: uh-huh. But I can't ask her as she is going to be one of the people grading the paper.

Russ: ah well that would be cheating.

Leah: uh-huh. And then this is the hard part is that I have to build the units that I'm replacing so I'm building this machine as I'm doing the paper.

Russ: oh my God.

Leah: uh-huh. I have to have the malfunctions to specifications exactly as they are on the engineering paper and fix them.

Russ: well at least you don't have a budget to worry about.

Leah: true, true.

Russ: God if you had a budget, that thing would cost you bank....wine....oh.

Leah: yeah but I.......

Russ: you mean all the students have to do this?

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: how many machines are you going to have laying around here getting done?

Leah: well, Kiri just gets the holo's sent to her and the papers. The answers.....

Russ: oh you're doing them in holograms?

Leah: no I'm doing them in real.

Russ: in real, yeah okay.

Leah: but back at the University.

Russ: oh.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: you have to do them in real.

Leah: uh-huh, I'm doing mine in real and they're doing their's in real and we're doing our papers and there's other students on the other base's and stuff doing exactly what I'm doing.

Russ: good Lord. Is this an exam or finals or something?

Leah: no this is just a yearly test that we all do. This is first year student stuff.

Russ: yeah, I'd still be down in the....if you had 2+2 and then you multiply it by the square root of six, what do you get you know?

Leah: 18.

Russ: four times two, no you get eight. Square root of six is three, you get 12.

Leah: uh-uh.

Russ: what's the square root of six?

Leah: square root is 3 x 3.

Russ: of six?

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: 3 x 3.

Leah: is a square. No that's cubed.

Russ: that's cubed, God.

Leah: well I've got figures running through my head.

Russ: (laughs) I can see that. Well I don't want too work you too much here dear.

Leah: well it's also.....

Russ: I know, distracting.

Leah: uh-huh. Okay....

Russ: so how's it feel having your sister back sweetheart?

Leah: it's good, it's good. I'm looking forward to spending some time with my sister.

Russ: well that's good.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah I'm sure she's been looking forward to spending some time with you too here.

Leah: oh yes, she's been sending me and calling me quite a bit.

Russ: oh cool, she going to do any holos while she's here or this is vacation time?

Leah: this is pure vacation. We're going to go up to the snow and play in the snow.

Russ: are you now? All right, excellent.

Leah: I've never seen so much snow.

Russ: I heard about that, your experiences up in the shack. (Up on Wookie Mountain.)

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: well l if you look outside our window here, you'd be able to see a whole bunch more.

Leah: ohhh. Nah, ours is a lot more.

Russ: oh yeah I know. Well I mean this is just at the lake level. If you get up on the mountain, there's a whole bunch more up there.

Leah: well it was up to my breast level.

Russ: that's a lot.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: still that's good you know. Now are you going to do any skiing?

Leah: don't like the idea of it.

Russ: well you know, you could try snowboarding.

Leah: I'll think about it. I was actually going to climb the waterfall.

Russ: why, is it frozen or something?

Leah: no, I want to do what I used to do.

Russ: which is what, dive?

Leah: no, climb the waterfall.

Russ: what's a waterfall? I mean what's the waterfall that you're talking about?

Leah: well the one that goes down into Lake Dolphin.

Russ: oh, the big one.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: you're crazy.

Leah: I used to do that when I was young.

Russ: oh. Okay, well.

Leah: get all my ropes and clampons and crampons and pinions and stuff and climb it.

Russ: it's slippery isn't it?

Leah: that's the challenge.

Russ: ahhh, be careful.

Leah: and as it's young rock, it should be real hard to climb.

Russ: okay, has anybody done it?

Leah: no.

Russ: (laughs) well congratulations, good luck and I hope you do it.

Leah: uh-huh, I intend to.

Russ: because if you don't, we'll know about it pretty soon.

Leah: well Huna and myself used to climb a lot.

Russ: oh did you?

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: so what you put up on top you get done to show that you did that?

Leah: just me.

Russ: I know but once you leave, don't you leave something there to say that Leah was here?

Leah: why?

Russ: well I mean like, we go up and we put like a flag or something on top of a peak that we're the first ones to reach saying we made it.

Leah: but lots of people have been to the top of that peak.

Russ: yeah but no one's ever tried to climb the waterfall to get there.

Leah: I don't understand why it would be important to do that.

Russ: oh it's just something that is just a symbol.

Leah: oh, well I have a question you might be able to help me with.

Russ: oh okay, sure go ahead.

Leah: Lyka, the buff one.

Russ: oh yeah, right.

Leah: she confuses me, makes me feel very strange.

Russ: well that's because.......

Leah: I know it's a past life thing.

Russ: yeah.

Leah: but I'm confused on how......I talked Kiri and Kiri and Mark and Tia just say go with the instincts but it confuses me.

Russ: okay.

Leah: it's like, she's a guy.

Russ: all right we'll I do a lot of past life stuff so maybe I can help you here. You don't have access to your past lives.

Leah: no. (She isn't 21 yet.)

Russ: and Lyka doesn't have access to her past lives. (She also isn't 21.)

Leah: no.

Russ: so at present, you're both kind of dealing with things the way we do down here.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: where we don't have access to our past lives either.

Leah: this is how it feels sometimes.

Russ: okay.

Leah: sometimes I feel total loathing of her and other times I feel such a strong sexual draw that the sexual draw is like a guy.

Russ: uh-huh, hmmm.

Leah: and the loathing is like one moment she's a woman and the next a guy.

Russ: well that's probably because she was a guy and you were probably a girl and this is quite familiar to you which is strange because she's a girl now. So really at this point, you really have to just kind of just be patient and.......

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: keep you know an open mind on this.

Leah: yes.

Russ: I mean I'm sure she feels the same exact way and a lot of it is all confusion.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: have you guys talked about this at all?

Leah: it's like I can't.

Russ: because you have a block?

Leah: well I go to open my mouth and all of a sudden it's loathing and it's sort of like, get away from her.

Russ: okay, what about flowers?

Leah: ummm, it's the wrong time for the pink ones.

Russ: right but what about the blue ones?

Leah: they just make me very, very sleepy and relaxed.

Russ: right, but that could be good. Relaxed would be be good see?

Leah: I tried it once with a guy that I wanted......

Russ: uh-huh.

Leah: and I lost total interest in anything.

Russ: right but you're just talking here, we're not talking sex, just talking talk.

Leah: talk as well, total lack of interest in anything.

Russ: oh really?

Leah: I just sort of wanted to lie there and lie there.

Russ: how about the red once?

Leah: red ones make me very, very hyperactive.

Russ: that's not good.

Leah: I can't sit still, I bounce off the walls.

Russ: hmmm.

Leah: so I don't do flowers.

Russ: ok great wine, how about a couple bottles of wine and you just talk, you and Lyka go off somewhere?

Leah: she won't be back until March or February.

Russ: perfect, that's exactly perfect.

Leah: yeah but there's one moment I have that strong attraction.......

Russ: uh-huh.

Leah: and the next moment it's total loathing. It's like get her away from me......

Russ: right.

Leah: and I've tried fighting both.......

Russ: right.

Leah: and it doesn't work.

Russ: hmmm.

Leah: ohhhhhhh.

Russ: what?

Leah: nothing, nothing to do with what we're talking about.

Russ: oh okay, anyway as far as what we're talking about though......

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: I've had the same problem a couple times actually and confusion is the toughest part so what I do is just work on friendship. I don't try to work on a relationship, I don't try to work on anything more but just friendship. Find common ground.

Leah: yeah, I suppose that would be the way to go.

Russ: here's a good idea, well maybe.......try fencing.

Leah: no.

Russ: no.

Leah: that doesn't interest me.

Russ: skiing, you don't like that either.

Leah: no, I don't like getting that cold.

Russ: what else does Lyka do? Fencing, skiing, not a lot.

Leah: one of the things she seems to enjoy a lot is sex.

Russ: yeah, which wouldn't work in this case.

Leah: no. Working out is about the only thing that we have in common.

Russ: well that's good. Do you guys ever work out together?

Leah: she gets up before I even think about getting up.

Russ: well maybe you should think about getting up earlier?

Leah: 4 o'clock in the morning?

Russ: why not? Go to bed earlier.

Leah: but I study until late.

Russ: hmmm, why don't you study early?

Leah: I don't get out of class until about six thirtyish. Yeah I do work in the engineering lab from 8:30 in the morning until 3:30 and then I go from class until about 5:30, 6:00.

Russ: all right here's an idea but just between you and I okay? Try to think of this. In your spare time, what little you get.......

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: why don't you think of some way of engineering out some improvement in either the armor, or the weaponry or something that Lyka uses and have her help you test it?

Leah: I can try, I can try.

Russ: and then you guys work together on making these improvements.

Leah: well it will have to wait until after I have finished my current exam.

Russ: she's not going to be back until February.

Leah: uh-huh. Okay, I'll think about it.

Russ: it's an idea.

Leah: I'll think about it.

Russ: okay.

Leah: now I'm getting that feeling of loathing about her.

Russ: right, but maybe with a little cooperation and a little you know, common ground...

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: you might lose that that loathing feeling.

Leah: yeah see, we'll look into it.

Russ: okay.

Leah: okay.

Russ: my shot.

Leah: uh-huh.

Russ: bye Leah.




(Tia comes back on.)

Russ: interesting problem there darling.

Tia: yes, yes, very interesting problem.

Russ: I gave her an idea that might work.

Tia: uh-huh. She got very distracted in the middle part there.

Russ: I could tell.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: lots of distractions going on.

Tia: yes.

Russ: how's our tape doing? We better get some people going here.

Tia: yeah, we're putting on the next guest speaker.

Russ: oh good.



(It's the invasion of the Bunny Monster.)


Russ: hey Bunny.

Huna: (Starts humming a Lion King song)

Russ: welcome back.

Huna: uh-huh. Your lady's eyes got real big when I did that to her.

Russ: oh I can well imagine, or I can well picture it.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: you are a tease.

Huna: oh yeah.

Russ: and how is college suiting you my dear?

Huna: it's fun, I love all the education.

Russ: you were a little bit skeptical before you left for there darling.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: you weren't quite sure how to, how to work on that one.

Huna: it was more the problems of the fact that who I am.

Russ: true but that doesn't matter in college does it? Nobody cares.

Huna: a lot of the new students cared.

Russ: oh really?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: are you a celebrity then?

Huna: uh-huh. I got hit on so many times, I even got hit on by three teachers. They invited me to a party.

Russ: ahh.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: well, that comes with some of your celebrity status dear. That's just part of the you know fame and fun you're having.

Huna: uh-huh, it's actually funny at the party, we had a lot to drink.......

Russ: uh-huh.

Huna: and there was myself of course.

Russ: of course.

Huna: two professors and a assistant professor and I helped them conceive. She's pregnant, the assistant professor.

Russ: well congratulations.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: excellent. Now how are your studies doing in all this craziness?

Huna: okay.

Russ: ahhh, you're not happy?

Huna: I'm not happy with what I'm getting.

Russ: so you need to study harder or party less?

Huna: study harder actually.

Russ: (laughs)

Huna: I'm only getting about.....let me work it out quickly....85% on the scores.

Russ: but darling, you're practically a super-operant.

Huna: yeah, so?

Russ: so you should be getting 95.

Huna: exactly, that's why I'm not happy.

Russ: well maybe you're distracted?

Huna: yeah my hormones are going wild every so often.

Russ: well, I would say that you either become happy with 85 or you control your hormones.

Huna: we'll see, we'll see.

Russ: I can't see you controlling your hormone so I'd get real happy with 85.

Huna: no, I know I am smart enough to get my goal which is 95.

Russ: okay, good. Good goal.

Huna: and I can do that, I know I can do it.

Russ: sure you can.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: you're just missing something.

Huna: yeah.

Russ: there's one crucial little bit of information you're missing.

Huna: well the healing side is the problem, that's where the problem is. is that I know what to do......

Russ: right.

Huna: but it's you know getting the wording right.

Russ: why don't you talk to my lady babe?

Huna: well I just stuck a finger up there which kind of got her talking.

Russ: yeah, but maybe more on a healing nature might be more educational for you?

Huna: later, later I've got...

Russ: of course later, I mean you just got off the plane...or a ship good gosh.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: you need to relax but I mean you know think about it.

Huna: oh thank you for reminding me, I've got toys to give.......ahh presents to give.

Russ: (laughs) yes I can imagine.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: well good, it's nice to have you back. What's your plans while you're here dear?

Huna: have as much sex as possible mainly.

Russ: of course, of course, you're on vacation.

Huna: yes.

Russ: but you're going to climb a waterfall as I understand?

Huna: uh-huh and I've just got off my period which ended two days ago which is perfect.

Russ: perfect timing.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: good, excellent.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: any special shows in the corner bar that we should be aware of?

Huna: nope, I'm here to relax and unwind.

Russ: good girl, that's what I like to hear.

Huna: I will be doing a disk signing session though.

Russ: oh, well that's kind of cool.

Huna: uh-huh, I'm going to wear their clothes that I had........that I'm wearing at the start of it?

Russ: uh-huh.

Huna: which is basically a kind of slip skirt?

Russ: uh-huh.

Huna: it's like a V?

Russ: I've been meaning to ask you how that epic that you did with the couple up there on the mountain turned out?

Huna: turned out real hot.

Russ: did it now?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: excellent, it's a best seller?

Huna: it's not my best seller but it is very popular. That's the one I'm signing.

Russ: oh is it now?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: oh excellent, are the stars going to be all in.......

Huna: yeah, they're all going to be present.

Russ: wonderful, wonderful.

Huna: uh-huh. It was awesome, awesome. We're going to have it running behind us as were doing the signings.

Russ: now see here's the point I wondered about, with all this going on, your studies must be tough to keep focused on.

Huna: no, I set up a time from about 11:30 at night.

Russ: uh-huh.

Huna: to three to study.

Russ: okay.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: that's a workaholic.

Huna: yeah. I sleep maybe about 3, maybe 4 hours a night.

Russ: God, that's all?

Huna: always have done.

Russ: really?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: man I'd be a nervous wreck after all that. Hmmm, and it doesn't affect you?

Huna: no.

Russ: have you tried it with more sleep? What happens?

Huna: yeah, I get sluggish.

Russ: oh really?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: oh.

Huna: I tried it with less sleep and I get cranky.

Russ: so you're at the point where you find a perfect balance.

Huna: uh-huh, yeah.

Russ: oh that's good.

Huna: uh-huh and I found that if I make love before I start studying.........

Russ: uh-huh.

Huna: I'm much more aware.

Russ: well I'm sure there's no problem finding partners keep your study habits good.

Huna: no, no problem.

Russ: any, any like steadies?

Huna: my roommate.

Russ: oh and she is?

Huna: she is gorgeous.

Russ: is she now?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: well nothing less of course.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: was she assigned to you or did you pick her out yourself?

Huna: ummm, we drew lots.

Russ: oh did you now?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: it was random?

Huna: yeah.

Russ: oh really?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: you picked this gorgeous lady out by random to be your roommate?

Huna: uh-huh, yeah.

Russ: no cheating?

Huna: no cheating, we're not allowed to cheat.

Russ: well then that's pretty good then dear.

Huna: and she is like Kiri was.

Russ: oh.

Huna: she loves women only.

Russ: how did you get so lucky?

Huna: her sex drive is not as intense as mine or Kiri's.

Russ: whose is?

Huna: uh-huh, she likes it maybe once a week or twice a week.

Russ: you're kidding me.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: that's not a sex drive, that's a hobby.

Huna: uh-huh, that's what I keep on telling her.

Russ: hmmm.

Huna: and she is I think......she has her memories so she's got to be over 21. (The memories of her akashic records)

Russ: right.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: so she remembers anything with you?

Huna: we've talked about it.

Russ: and she hasn't said.

Huna: she just laughs and chuckles and normally gets down on me.

Russ: oh good.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: well maybe her sex drive will improve now that you're around.

Huna: hopefully, hopefully but the thing is that probably you know the second night of the week that we make love is the night that I don't study so we go all night.

Russ: oh, well that's encouraging.

Huna: but she's not an exhibitionist. I tried to get her in a holo and she's sort of like "no".

Russ: well, understandable.

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: excuse me while I toss out a feline.

Huna: which one?

Russ: orange and white.

Huna: oh, is he
looking to do something?

Russ: nah, he's just being weird. Have more fun out there I'm sure.....yep lots more fun.

Huna: ohhh.

Russ: anyway, glad to have you back my dear, it's been a while.

Huna: ohhh yes, it is been a while.

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Russ: poor Omal, he misses all the fun.

Huna: Omal yes, I'm looking forward to seeing him actually.

Russ: are you?

Huna: uh-huh.

Russ: that's good, he's running around the base.

Huna: God, that makes me feel so mellow. That's something that is very different about the base as opposed to back at college.

Russ: what's that?

Huna: it's not so formal. I mean, at college we go to our classes, we're not allowed to wear sexually arousing outfits.

Russ: darling, you could be in a nun's habit and be sexually arousing.

Huna: true, that's what my professor said.

Russ: (chuckles)

Huna: that was in consciousness class.

Russ: oh I can imagine.

Huna: uh-huh. I'm sitting there....


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