(Kiri does her ring mistress thing)
Russ: hey Kiri.
Kiri: hey, hey. We will have to get him
working on his English.
Skip: he's doing fine.
Kiri: uh-huh, sometimes even for us, I wish
he would think in Sirian instead of trying to think
in English as well as speaking in English.
Russ: well as long as he gets his point
across and he does that quite well.
Skip: he doing very
well, believe me he is.
Kiri: okay for an old geezer he does very
Skip: yes he does, he does real fine.
Kiri: uh-huh. Okay, anybody got any
Russ: well the young lady stepped out the
door and the young man went into the potty so it is
just you and I sis.
Kiri: okay let's head off to the trees.
Skip: (laughs) you're a jewel.
Kiri: oh thank you.
Skip: you're a jewel.
Kiri: what do we do with this feline that's
being.......this is the one that was misbehaving
last time that we had a talk.
Skip: yeah I think so.
Kiri: is she any better?
Skip: oh yes a lot better, a lot better.
Kiri: is she any better?
Laura: she can be naughty, she can be nice.
Kiri: now how does that go? Naughty and
nice, sugar and spice.
Skip: there you go.
Laura: although sugar and spice are not
good for her diet. Joke I make.
Kiri: from what I think that's part of her
problem, is a dietary problem.
Skip: could be, could be.
Kiri: we'll let my big sister deal with
that when she comes in. Okay……..I'm going
to hop off. (Coughs). I don't think I should've done
that with his body, scratched up his lungs for a
moment there and made him cough.
(Omal is back for a second time)
Omal: greetings and
felicitations, I am back.
Russ: greetings again.
Omal: I said that I would be back, I did
not do my impersonation of the gentleman with the
Russ: it would of worked good though.
Omal: yes, it would of been good. Okay let
us discuss....we do not answer questions from
felines that interrupt. (A cat is being loud.) Let
us answer questions and deal with points of
interest. Okay first of all Treebeard, I think if we
had not told him to make the answers short, you'd
still be talking or he would still be talking on the
first part of the answer.
Skip: yeah probably.
Omal: okay let us ask questions as
obviously Treebeard has worded things very well and
there is nothing that we need to go over. I would be
giving a dissertation at this point but I am in too
much of a high spirit to be focused enough to give a
dissertation. We will save that dissertation for the
web page for next time.
Omal: okay. Oh, one thing that I did notice
is that Treebeard does need to work on his energy
flow, it did become a
little overpowering for you did it not?
Russ: a little bit.
Skip: he's doing just fine, I loved it.
Omal: ah but he was gentle with his probes.
Okay, let us answer questions on a general basis.
Skip: go ahead Russ.
Russ: on a general basis, we have reports
coming in recently from NASA and various websites
about something called Comet Lee.....
apparently was discovered recently by a gentleman
named Professor Lee and it's supposed to be coming
in our close orbit coming up in August and lasting
pretty much through the early 2000. But a lot of
secrecy is going on behind this where a lot of the
data about tracking it has all been put under a nice
military security seal that is having trouble
Omal: ahhh, I see where you are going with
Russ: anyway, a lot of the things that are
in conjunction with that that's coming out though is
that around the same time in August there is a
planetary alignment coming along that is magnetic
and plasmic instead of gravitational between Venus,
the moon, earth and I think another planet and
apparently it's thought that it might be caught by
either Venus or the moon's gravitational fields and
set it up as another moon of ours or something a
Omal: I can see where you're going very
clearly with this. Setting up as another moon would
be detrimental. We've been tracking it for some
time, you might of heard vague references to
astronomical phenomena over the past few channeling
sessions. The other option is one that the path
looks like it will be close. Now close in
astronomical terms is approximately a million
miles. I estimate it's going to be close more in the
region of two million miles, which means
that you'll be in for some spectacular sunsets and
maybe some interesting meteor strikes. However, the
course at the moment due to gravitational fields is
a little erratic and a deviation of more than 1% in
either direction can throw the calculations off. As
it passes closer towards your sun and the magnetic
discharges occurring and the gravitational effects
occurring, it wobbles in its path. Now it depends in
which direction the wobble occurs when it gets
closer to your planet, it depends on the outcome.
However, Comet Lee is not a new comet as as was the
previous one that was Hale-Bopp.
Hale-Bopp had only made a few cycles past your
planet. This one has made quite a few but not as
many as Haley's
Comet or any of the other more recent comets
that have been by recently. It has an elliptical
orbit of I should say approximately a million
years. So therefore it has made probably about 20 or
30 orbits which means that it is considerably
smaller than it once was however
depending on the convergent path depends on the
effect that it will have. As comets go, this is a
medium-size comet, it is nothing spectacular as was
Hale-Bopp that was approximately 25 miles. This is
more in the region of about 5 miles. To give you an
idea, Haley's Comet is about 2 1/2 miles. Those are
medium-size comets. There are comets that you no
longer see because have burnt out and they have a
cycle of four years, or one that has four years. So
therefore comets are in varying sizes from a few
hundred yards across to many miles across. The age
suggests the size, the smaller the older, the more
trips that it has made around your solar system or
around your sun. So Comet Lee could present an
interesting problem depending on its wobble.
Depending on how close it approaches depends on the
meteor strikes that will follow. A meteor strike
from a passing comet was responsible for the 1909 Tunguska blast.
This is the kind of effect a piece can have. However
with the tracking that you have, you will have
enough warning to be able to perceive the dangers
and the fallout that may occur. However there is
nothing that we can do about it and I would not
worry about something that you have no control over.
Russ: true. I'll go watch the video "Armageddon"
Omal: I'm not familiar with the end of the
Russ: comet strikes the earth.
Omal: ah would that not be a little bit of
Russ: aye, it would.
Skip: another Atlantis?
Omal: okay let us proceed with more
questions, something a little bit more cheery would
Russ: in that case you better go Skip.
Skip: okay I have a question about our
technology advancing so fast that it doesn't seem
like anybody can actually keep up with it.
Skip: and our......let me continue just a
minute before you answer.
Skip: are we kind of pulling away from our
spiritual beliefs with our technology and if we are,
it sounds like we're doing the same
thing that the continent of Atlantis done way back
Omal: you have answered your own question
to a certain extent. Yes you are moving ahead in
technology faster than you can keep up. With
Atlantis, yes that was the root cause of the
downfall however, the taking for granted and then
the failure, ended up with the Atlantis incident.
And that is something that you have to watch very
carefully that if you become too blasé and too
conceited that technology could fix everything, then
you will end up with the Atlantis incident again.
Russ: I don't think we've discussed the
Atlantis incident before though. I'm not quite
familiar with the term.
Omal: it is a term that we use up here to
refer to Atlantis going down.
Omal: they were quite capable of monitoring
and tracking it but they got so reliant on their
technology that when the technology failed them,
they did not realize the seriousness of the
situation that they were in. It is called the
Atlantis incident or the Atlantis affect.
Russ: so they could have actually prevented
their own destruction.
Omal: yes, by moving locations.
Russ: oh, there was no way to stop the
Omal: no, when you have that amount of
magma rising, there is nothing that you can do about
Russ: I see. Concerning Atlantis then, I'm
interested in a report I read recently about a certain
doctor out of I believe it was Oklahoma or
something who was scuba diving the Azores I think it
And he came across a pyramid and while he was
looking for his friends, he got off track and ran
into this pyramid, he
went inside of it and got this crystal that was
inside of this pyramid and came away with it and has
reported strange events surrounding it ever since.
Omal: okay first of all, he has not entered
the main pyramid. Secondly, from what it sounds
like, I am having a difficult time believing what I
am hearing. The reason being that the Azores
would've been right on the edge of where Atlantis
Russ: I could be wrong, like I say, it's
been a little while since I read that, like a couple
weeks. I'll have to drag it up again.
Omal: that might be advisable. If
Treebeard has not fallen into dormancy I would ask
him to come over and probe to get a more up-to-date,
or a more memory orientated perception that would
aid us. Unfortunately, he is very dormant right now.
Russ: no problem but yeah it's rather
strange that this all happened because it was
something that was doing research on the Bimimi wall.....
Russ: and I did a whole
research on the whole island chain that he got that
from and quite interesting.
Omal: in fact, if my recollection is
correct, they were islands off the coast of
Omal: no, the Azores.
Russ: okay so that would kind of place it
in the right area.
Skip: more or less yeah.
Russ: yeah about a mile off the shore. But
it's right near....oh, it's right
near the trench. There's a big long trench.
Omal: the Mindanao trench?
Russ: I think so.
Omal: or the Atlantic trench?
Omal: it would be the Atlantic trench. I
think the Mindanao trench is off of the Pacific.
Russ: that's the Pacific right. Yes this is
the Atlantic trench, there is a big long drop off
and this is before that drop off. The drop off is like
a hundred miles away from this
island but this guy found it maybe like a mile or
two off the island itself so it was right between
Omal: ah, I was thinking that if he was any
further out he would be lucky to be alive.
Skip: yes because he'd go too deep?
Russ: I'll do some research for next week
though and bring it in.
Omal: please. Okay, you wanted some
questions concerning spirituality. Last time we
talked you asked some questions
concerning where everything was going and you wanted
to revisit certain subjects. Unfortunately I do not
recall what the subjects were but you said you would
have the information for the session.
Russ: it was early civilizations actually.
Omal: ahh okay, we will go into that when
we have more time.
Omal: okay, we are running I believe short
on time now.
we have I believe about 20 minutes left?
Omail: okay so I will depart and live long,
prosper and I'll be back.
Skip: thank you Omal.
Russ: farewell Omal.
Laura: good night.
Skip: good night.
(Kiri takes over the channel)
Russ: yeah it's really fascinating, brought back
this crystal ball and see faces and stuff.....hi
Kiri: okay, before I put on my big sis, I
want reports. Remember last time we talked, I gave
you two guys little projects. Pumping the
coercive.....you guys didn't didn't do it did you?
What's the point in.....Laura, men...we
give them something to do and they don't do it,
explain to me why.
Russ: you talking about coercive right? I
remember the coercive part.
Laura: they're men.
Kiri: yes, they're lower species.
Russ: now that was uncalled for.
Skip: you're being nasty again.
Kiri: well I gave you guys something to do
and you haven't done it.
Skip: done what?
Kiri: practice your coercive capabilities.
Skip: I don't have any.
Kiri: yes you do, everybody has a limited
amount of coercive ability. Depending on how you
learn to use it depends on how strong it becomes or
if it becomes strong at all. Learning how to control
it. Now we deliberately set Russ up to coerce in a
way that would get certain objectives and goals that
he would decide done but it had to be an outside
influence, not in his immediate sphere of influence.
Okay Skip, we asked you to coerce young individuals
into achieving goals and objectives and getting them
Russ: sounds like he did that though.
Skip: well I done that.
Kiri: okay you pass, Russ.......what about
some of your regular customers? They're outside and
they come in.
Russ: there's no need to coerce them
Kiri: okay, we'll make it a little easier
Russ: oh good.
Kiri: okay, we want you to coerce and to
achieve an objective that you will set up to get a
response from someone you will select that is
outside of your sphere of influence but is a regular
customer. An age limit being over the age of
Skip: past 21.
Kiri: well that's for you to
Russ: 18. Okay, what kind response?
Kiri: okay, a positive reaction that they
will do something for you that you will decide and
write it down what you decide and I'll give
you two weeks in which to do that.
Russ: how about buy a 10 hour block?
(From an internet cafe where I co-owned
at the time)
Kiri: okay somebody that doesn't normally
Kiri: okay, buy two 10 hour blocks.
Russ: no, I can only get them to buy one at
Russ: nobody needs two at a time, let's
make it slightly easy.
Kiri: from what Karra is saying, there are
a few people that could do with two at a time.
Russ: they could but but they won't buy
more than one at a time.
Kiri: okay. Alright
talking of Karra, I better put the old battle ax on.
Russ: just because she is older than Skip,
doesn't make her an old battle ax.
Kiri: Omal's older than Skip.
Russ: Omal is older than everybody
(Karra is the channel now)
Russ: hello love
Karra: hello young lady.
Skip: how ya doing sweetheart?
Karra: I'm doing good. Yes, youth is wasted
on the young.
Skip: boy isn't that the truth?
Karra: uh humm, you take Russ there.
Russ: excuse me.
Skip: your turn in the barrel Russ.
Russ: I guess here....God.
Karra: well it's old fogey's night tonight
and as I'm only 84 right now, no I am, what's it in
your counting? 86 now.
Russ: well it makes me third oldest in
Laura: no comment.
(Everyone laughs again)
Karra: okay, let us talk dietary
supplements as Kiri brought that up for the
domestic, feline, shorthaired, feces producing
Russ: what's wrong with Bobkin?
(One of the house cats)
Russ: what's wrong with Bobkin?
Karra: she's got a delicate, tricky
stomach. If you remember what happened last time.
Russ: oh yeah right. I thought it was just
Karra: I don't think so, I don't think so.
I think she......Laura can you help with this
Laura: how would you say, uhmmm... She has
a gastro intestinal imbalance which causes sometimes
uncontrollable eruptions of the bowel.
Karra: I got asked by Tia about this
because Mark's getting frustrated by it and
I thought if I came to a channeling session with
this and brought it up with you Russ, you could put
your heads together and come up with something that
Karra: now, first of all does her mother
suffer from the same problem?
Russ: she's got worms right now, we gave
her some worm medicine yesterday.
Russ: and so does the little orange and
white one who we gave away and got back again
because it's got worms also.
we de-wormed them both yesterday, we got to keep up
on a regimen on that so maybe Bobkin got nailed by
the same little bugger before she left.
Karra: that's possible.
Russ: could be.
Karra: okay we've got one, two, three, four
healers here. I'm sure that we can put our heads
together and come up with something that would help.
Okay, first of all, this is a little bit of a trick.
We're going to put garlic in her diet.
Russ: you picked that up from me?
Russ: ahh, just checking.
Karra: okay what we're going to do is use
powdered garlic once a week in a small portion of
wet cat food?
Karra: and that will A, help with any
parasitic infection, B it will stabilize her stomach
and C......oh that's another interesting
idea.......and C, what it will do is it
will purify her blood and help her immune system.
Russ: D it will give her bad breath.
Skip: why couldn't you use garlic oil hon?
Karra: garlic oil would work but I'm
thinking that the powder might be easier for her to
ingest. Okay, part two is we want to get calcium
into her but not milk calcium. If you can get it in
the powdered form you could probably do half a
container of the wet food one day and then half a
container the following day with the necessary
Skip: okay calcium can be bought in the
powdered form at the health food store.
Karra: good or you could mix
them together and give her a whole entire tin.
Probably two spoonfuls of each.
Russ: how about tuna? Would that be good
Laura: how about just plain old fashioned
acidophilus to balance the enzymes.
Karra: yes that would work. Okay, I've got
an interesting idea, this is what we're going to do.
We're going to give her Penny Royal mint, we're
going to give her calcium, we're going to give her
yogurt and active yogurt and garlic. I thought I
would use common name to make things easier, instead
of Russ having to get out his dictionary and his
Russ: I have drank acidophilus before.
Russ: you know it. That was fruit flavored
and I don't think Bobkin would like the fruit
Karra: anyway, so that's what we're going
to do for Bobkin....okay, anymore suggestions?
Russ: no, that's good.
Skip: no, I think you about got it covered.
Karra: okay, now moving along, ambassador
duty time. Okay, we have coming up here visitations
from Monka and also an official announcement that
Ashtar will be on the base towards the middle of
joy. Also we are having a presidential visit from
the current head of the Senate from Sirius who is
coming by again in the middle of August.
Russ: dad and Gonzo are coming by.
Karra: we are having the president.
Karra: this is not a family visit.
Karra: this is an official visit.
Russ: oh bummer.
Karra: I know. So the second week of July I
will be unavailable for channeling, the third week
we will have the session and we will have formal
visitations of President Tanaka, Ashtar and Monka.
Karra: so we will have the official
Karra: okay official news coming from
Sirius at this time is that there will be a hosting
a conference to select a delegate for the upcoming
conferences to do with the unifying peace between
the various races involved in observing and
communicating with your planet and interacting with
Skip: oh boy.
Karra: so that is part of the reason why
we're getting the official visits.
Skip: when's this selection of this person
supposed to be?
Karra: well what the Council will do is we
have the president coming to visit us, he will
analyze the situation and then return back and they
will discuss and start selecting an individual that
will be suitable for the environment so
you may be asked a whole load of questions.
Russ: I know one, The Monk.
(One of the rarer guest speakers to
Skip: that's going to be a rough situation.
Karra: I don't think The Monk is ideally
Russ: oh, he's familiar with our situation.
Karra: yes but he is still doing his beach
Russ: oh, it was a thought.
Skip: yeah, that's going to be a tough one,
that's going to be a tough one.
Russ: it's a Sirian resident then?
Karra: it will be a Sirian resident, he
will be our representative.
Skip: now are we going to have a
representative from our planet in our dimension
Karra: hopefully yes but that's something
we're not going to deal with just yet.
Skip: okay, all right okay because
that's going to be tough.
Karra: okay, any questions?
Laura: I don't have any.
Karra: are you sure?
Laura: yes I'm sure.
Karra: we could talk about girl stuff and
kick these guys out.
Laura: oh we don't have time for that
tonight I don't think.
Laura: but that's all right for now.
Karra: hmm, your blood pressure is up isn't
Laura: no actually it's quite low.
Karra: it's up for you.
Laura: just having difficulties with the
breathing again this evening.
Karra: ahhh, okay. I notice that you were
increasing the humidity in the air, that might be a
good idea. Probably something to suck on that will
help soothe the larynx and the vocal cords.
Laura: I have some frozen juice bars, I
think I'll have one shortly but I don't want to
Karra: oh no, no, no, not at
Russ: no problem.
Karra: slurp away to your heart's content.
Okay, any healing questions?
Russ: yeah I've got one.
Russ: due to the fact that everything seems
to be going well with me health wise......
Russ: what aspect of
that are you able to help me with or been helping me
Karra: telling you when to eat, when to eat
Russ: good call.
Karra: telling you when to call it a night.
Russ: ahhh, another good call.
Skip: you're a healer right?
Karra: uh hmm..
Skip: okay, I got a question.
Karra: uh-huh......I was last time I
looked, even though on my desk it says ambassador.
Skip: now you don't have to go into and
oratory with me doggone it. (laughs) I want to know
if I have a distance limit on my healing
Karra: distance limit, I'm not sure I know
what you mean. Oh the range to.....
Skip: yes, now you understand,
on you what I was saying.
Karra: yeah, you can send
energy but it's general energy.
Skip: any distance?
Karra: any distance and you can......
Skip: do I have to have a means of
communication to send this?
Karra: not necessarily, just a picture of
the person and general location that they're at. The
other thing is that by talking you can heal, by
writing on your computers you can heal by saying
soothing things and relaxing things, making
suggestions, making them laugh, all sorts of
Skip: well the reason why I was asking that
is because I'm talking to a lady of a distance of
probably about what? 600 miles, to Redding?
Karra: don't know where it is.
Russ: coast, northern coast.
Skip: Northern California.
Russ: South of Medford.
Skip: her and I have been corresponding,
she's reduced her medication by half.
Karra: oh that's good.
Skip: all of it.
Karra: yeah okay now the energy, you can
send general energy but healing energy, it is much
more effective if you're up close and personal.
Karra: this kind of range
is ideal, even closer is even better
(Meaning the space between her
in Mark's body and Skip).
touching is by far the best.
Skip: that's how I usually do
Karra: yeah but distance you can send
healing energy or quote, unquote, healing energy, it
is just energy. What they do with it is what
happens, that's the healing part. If they wish it to
invigorate themselves and energize themselves
without using it for healing, then that's
what it's used for.
Skip: it's like we discussed before, all I
am is the jump starter.
Karra: yeah, you're the jump
starter. By sending the
healing energy and talking in a healing way and them
receiving the energy, they can use it as healing.
But if you just send the energy they use it for
whatever they want to use it for. It's like giving
somebody $20 and just giving it to them or giving
them $20 and saying go and buy food.
Skip: uh-uh, get something to eat yeah.
Karra: yeah, go and buy a piece of salmon
with this $20, spend as much as you can. See you're
getting specific at that point. And then the other
option is that you take them to the store, you give
them the $20, you point to the piece of salmon that
you want and you tell them pick it up, pay for it
and I'll meet you in the car. That's like being
hands-on in person.
Skip: okay I was just wondering about it
because I have been doing that, sending her energy.
Karra: yeah so if you instruct her or whist
your sending her the energy, you are talking in a
healing capacity and you are sending the energy and
she is receiving it, then
she can start to use it for healing.
Skip: okay, all right darling, that's what
I wanted to find out because it is happening.
Karra: good, good, good. Yes and as I was
saying, even though on my desk it says ambassador, I
am a healer at heart. That sounds good.
(Reacting to a sound coming from Laura).
Laura: it was refreshing.
Karra: uh huh. Ah, the ice that refreshes.
Skip: thank you darling.
Karra: no problem. Okay, more questions?
Laura: none this evening.
Russ: I've got one for Laura.
Russ: I've got one for Laura. No, from her
to you. How's her baby looking?
Russ: on the monitor?
Karra: we're looking on the monitor.
Russ: your little one.
Laura: I didn't hear what you said.
Karra: we have a ability to monitor and
detect all sorts of interesting things on the
monitors up here. He's looking good, he's looking
healthy........everything's looking good.
Laura: I'm glad, I feel it, I sense that.
Karra: I'm not going to go into detail.
Laura: he has an attitude, which is good.
Karra: he does? He seems pretty docile
Karra: he seems fairly docile right now
although the occasional foot flutter is going.
Actually it's more of a hand.
Laura: he's a good boy but he will
definitely have a very strong-will and be fair, just
Karra: I think strong-willed is very
evident from you.
Laura: I hope he gets it from me, it
wouldn't come from anyone else.
Karra: what I think is that a lot of what
you perceive as his foot kicking is
sometimes his hand, it depends on the location. The
higher up it feels, tends to be more of a hand.
Laura: oh I think he's just having a blast
right now while there's still room.
Karra: uh-huh, yeah I think he's going to
be a strong swimmer.
Skip: can we get you to swallow a ball so
he's got something to play with?
Laura: he plays with my kidneys and my
bladder enough as it is right now.
Karra: yes I get the image of, an image
that pops into my mind is him with drumsticks
playing drums on bladders and kidneys and anything
else he can get within range of.
Laura: very likely, I've noticed he's
rhythmic in his activities.
Karra: uh huh. You'll find that by your
body clock and everything and the adjustment that's
going on that's preparing you for when he's
waking up at 2 o'clock in the morning. Actually what
you might want to do is to keep a journal of times
that he wakes you up, when you need to go to the
bathroom, when your back hurts and when he's
Laura: when he's bored?
Karra: when he's born.
Laura: oh when he's born, yes.
Karra: yes, keep a similar journal and then
compare the two. You'll see a very interesting
similarity in schedules.
Laura: oh that wouldn't surprise me at all,
that makes sense. Do you have any opinion about what
I should do about his father's apparent dual
Karra: I'm not aware of the situation so it
would be unfair for me to speculate.
Laura: well let me analyze and I will
apprise you next week.
Karra: okay, okay and what we may do is
send the gentleman off to indulge in nicotine and
Laura: yes that would be a good idea.
Karra: and we will also switch off the
recording device which I believe is getting close to
Russ: I'll bring the beer.
Russ: I'll bring the beer.
Skip: no....shut it off?
Russ: no, no, no. I was saying I would
bring the beer next week. You smoke, I'll drink,
Karra: okay anyway, I will depart now and
we'll let Kiri monster wrap things up as she is
basically throwing items of clothing at people.
Karra: not just her clothing. Okay, I'll
catch you guys later.
Russ: farewell love.
Laura: good night.
Skip: goodnight, thank you darling.
(Kiri finishes things up}
Russ: hi Kiri.
Russ: got anything more to throw?
Kiri: yeah, I've got my underwear.
Skip: what are you throwing?
Kiri: well I threw my skirt.....the
technician told me that I was a under-stuffed
Laura: did you throw something at him?
Kiri: ahhh her.
Kiri: yes, well actually I tripped over
her. She had her feet stuck out monitoring things
and I tripped over her feet so she called me an
under-staffed beanpole so I threw my skirt at her
which made Omal chuckle so I threw my T-shirt at
Skip: have you got anything left on
Kiri: yes, I'm in my underwear.
Russ: well at least you're behaving.
Kiri: hey, at least I don't have a feather
Russ: that's true.
Kiri: but as it just so happens I know
where the feather's stashed.
Russ: that's all right I know where the
rollerblades are stashed.
(Taken away from her after an incident
while wearing them.)
Kiri: I do too. They're not where you think
they are, they're not where Karra thinks they are.
Russ: well they will be.
Skip: (everyone laughs.)
Kiri: she's got to have the key to open up
a little storage device I have.
(A fifth dimension space where it is bigger
on the inside than on the outside.)
Kiri: it's only
about yeah big. I've got about 40 cases of wine in
there, I've got eight bolts of fabric, I've got
three bolts of silk, I've got in suspended storage I
have 24 flowers (See glossary) and the harvest was
fantastic, very short but fantastic.
Russ: excellent. So what's the 40 cases of
wine, small change?
Kiri: yes, small change. Talking of
flowers, I was selling them for five cases each.
Russ: that's all?
Kiri: that's per flower.
Russ: yeah I know, that's all?
Kiri: that's all?
Russ: that's all? They were
the pink ones. I thought they went for more than
that usually for a good harvest?
Kiri: for a good harvest you can pick up
probably for 24 cases, a dozen. That's depending
on.......but five cases for one.
Laura: have you no chocolate there?
Kiri: yes we have chocolate. Tia can't eat
it because it makes her batty and it's a little
sharp for me.
Russ: kids like it though.
Kiri: uh huh.
Russ: cool, so how's Alex and
Kiri: they're doing good, real good.
Leonedies, his teaching programs are causing
problems for some of the other students in the other
crèches. They're a little too high-reaching for
them. And then there were a few that were absolute
disasters but hell, he's young.
Russ: that's true.
Kiri: he's only three. Alex has turned into
a full on prankster. Which is good but I can't tell
Russ: of course.
Kiri: it's better than he was. Alex for
your information, he's my eldest son,
had a interesting dysfunction that he had
permanently blinding headaches. First of all he
thought that they were normal, everybody had
headaches because he didn't know any better. And he
would be.......you tell him to stay put
and he would stay put, you
tell him to do something, he was ultra, ultra good.
Very obedient, extremely obedient and that was
because of his headaches. Now
that we fixed his headache problems.........(Sighs)
I've got the headaches.
Skip: (laughs) knew that was coming.
Kiri: for example, bedroom doors being
Laura: that's not very nice.
Kiri: well, Tia's children decided that
they were going to make off with a couple of his
toys in fun. So whilst they were hiding his favorite
toy he went and nailed their door shut so that they
couldn't get into their room.
Laura: that's creative.
Kiri: very creative. I thought it was very
talented but I had to do the......"Alex, come here,
go and remove the nails and then come back and
explain why". That's my I'm upset tone and trying to
suppress a smile.
Laura: but not entirely.
Kiri: no, it's very hard. Better check your
recording device. Okay let's answer questions,
anybody got any questions, child rearing, pranks?
Skip: yeah, how do you build a warp engine?
Kiri: if I could throw my bra at you from
here I would.
Skip:(laughs) I don't need it darling, I'm
not built that well. I had to tease you a little.
Kiri: I should have seen that one coming.
Okay I'm not talking to you anymore, Russ?
Russ: any viruses down here we
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