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Options December 25, 2012: Miracle Nutrition with Hearty White

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  7:12pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Thought there would be no playlist tonight. Hi, anyone here!
  7:13pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Happy Hearty Merry Merry!
  7:13pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Merry Christmas, too!
  7:15pm listener mark:

Is this WFMU or WMFU?
  7:16pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

It's WWTF.
  7:17pm Devin Gristlewater:

Merry Hearty Christmas Friends!
  7:18pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

MC, Devin! Hope you got some good sleep, sweetie! ;)
  7:18pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Greetings, Senor Gristlewater! Hope you're well rested and full of good food. And drink!
  7:19pm Devin Gristlewater:

Oh my goodness yes. After something like 38 hours of not. Woke up at 2:00 today, it was my Christmas present to myself.
  7:19pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Excellent then. Dreams of sugar plum fairies?
  7:20pm Devin Gristlewater:

Not a lot of food so far, but I do have a cup of water! What is everyone eating and drinking?!
  7:21pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

kat fixed a delicious turkey-bird, which goes well with german wine!
  7:22pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

We've [FINLAND!] finished our reprise of a noon hour Christmas dinner traditionale: turkey, stuffing, mashed pots, broccoli and pumpkin pie to finish.
  7:22pm Devin Gristlewater:

I remember having some worthwhile dreams but I foolishly have not kept a dream journal in quite some time. My head still feels a bit like I'm in sleeplessdreamworldland.
  7:22pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

oops. Meant to say HONEY fixed a delicious turkey-bird. No reindeer, though.
  7:22pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Who's "kat" Philo? Are you two-timin' me buster?

And I had champagne with the meal.
  7:23pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Have a hearty, white Christmas.
  7:24pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hi, Ken f HP!
  7:24pm Buster:

Who you callin' Buster, Honey?!
  7:25pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Dream journals can be most interesting. My ex was a Jungian scholar and religiously kept a journal. I did at one time for a short while.
  7:25pm Devin Gristlewater:

A friend of mine made a Gluten Free banana bread which they left at my place while I was away yesterday. It was a lovely and tasty present and I still have about half of it left. Drank some nice things yesterday.
  7:26pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Dream journal..... used to have plans for keeping one.... then fell asleep.... and forgot to do it 'cause I'm so doggone sleepy. But it's a good idea!
  7:27pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Mmm, banana bread! Is everyone in NYC area doing the gluten-free dingus? Good friend in Manhattan (I've known for decades) was told to go G-F a couple of years ago.
  7:29pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Now Honey's married to a Jungian loafer, who agnostically thinks he should keep a journal, while failing miserably.
  7:29pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Oh, Devin, wanted to tell you my faves from your past two Sunday (Monday) shows: From the 17th
Transkaakko Kulma
Luce Trio I Saw My Lady Weepe - Flow, My Tears
and From the 24th
Woodpecker Wooliams Hummingbird
How now Lau Nau! Silmat
Franziska Baumann Elegy

  7:31pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. Great book!
  7:32pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hearty, you are a hoot and a half! Wish I could write fast enough to connect what I'm thinking about what you say before you're on past five topics.
  7:32pm Devin Gristlewater:

The one time I woke up last night, I had some kind of dream revelation that I wanted to record, but then I feel asleep again. I think *I thought* that I have been having a reoccurring dream, or dreams in a reoccurring location.

Never had much of a drive to go Jungian, but I used to suffer from severely bad dreams. Never knew why. But these days I feel like I'm missing out on the stories I'm sending myself every night.
  7:33pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Yes, I thought of the Ellison from the title, too, but I imagine both are referencing from something greater -- Shakespeare or the like.
  7:34pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Oh, Dick. Dick, yes, duh.
  7:35pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Never had Deja Vu in dreams, though all the time in 'real' life. Now I just keep hoping for further adventures in sleep paralysis. Those can be doozies.
  7:35pm I X Key!:

Merry Christmas Hearty White!
  7:36pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, Key! You still feeling no pain? ;)
  7:37pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Birdseed is freakin' expensive these days. Our tweeties are eating us out of house and home.
  7:39pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Oh, wait, I did have repeat dreams as a toddler that I still recall. But I think it was just really seeing leprechauns in the middle of the night in our living room. Earliest conscious memory I can recall, age 3 or 4!
  7:39pm Devin Gristlewater:

I'm no dingus roll-caller but I do know a fair share of people in the area who are either gluten-free or know someone who is gluten-free. I personally have Crohn's Disease which apparently makes your body want to do the Gluten-Free Watusi.

And thanks! That Lau Nau album is lovely wonderful!
  7:41pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

I have a lot of dreams where I'm in a large home / building -- not always the same one, but always large -- and the dream becomes a very socially complex one of interactions with people. I'd say I have that ilk of dream more often than any other. I most like the adventure dreams though.
  7:43pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

@Devin: Ooooh, so sorry to hear that. I've known of one other with Krohn's, when I was out in L.A., and it seemed especially wretched, with no real remedies. Hopefully they have improved on that by this time?
  7:43pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Semi-interestingly I've only become aware of the finnish freak folk scene AFTER leaving the land of the Finns. I used to think the mystic swami music came only from New Zealand.
  7:45pm listener mark:

It's fun to give canned vegetables to small children for Christmas. They're so cute when they're confused.
  7:46pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

@mark: And before they unwrap it, it feels so heavy and substantial, like something that must be really great.
  7:47pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Latest National Geographic had some lovely crayon illustrations of scat. I did a double-take.
  7:50pm RSTVMO:

son of ivan ivan stang.
  7:51pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

I was forced to get a past-life reading by some co-workers. She told me I was formerly a Spanish sea captain/explorer; a French artist's model who lived with two artists in a happy "trois," and a 19th c. Native American female with a very very sad life [was there any other kind?]

  7:51pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Sub-SubGenius, thus? Fnord.
  7:51pm Devin Gristlewater:

Not certain if I've experienced Deja Vu in WAKING life, or in dreams. Certainly repeating ideas or conversations in both DREAMING AND WAKING but never that subtle similarity that makes people loudly proclaim "DEJA VU!".

Recently though, it feels as if I've become subconsciously conscious of my increasing awareness of certain parts of my dreams. Leading to some very confusing, nigh-recursive dream loops in which I dream I am experiencing sleep-paralysis when I really am not (something which I do sometimes experience). And now I think I've been dreaming that I'm having a reoccurring dream when that is not the case. BUT MAYBE IT IS?!! This is why I need a journal.

And yes my digestive tract is fairly operational, thanks to a remedy which is INTRAVENOUSLY INJECTED into my body every 8 weeks!
  7:53pm RSTVMO:

live? or memorex?
  7:53pm Devin Gristlewater:

Philo, were the Leprechauns into the finnish freak folk scene?
  7:54pm RSTVMO:

Think it through.
  7:54pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Ah, yes, lucid dreaming. I've never really had what I consider a nightmare. If things get too hairy, I simply "enter" in to change the scene a bit. I'll sometimes do that if something really illogical is occurring, too.
  7:55pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Are you the same RSTVMO on SoundCloud?
  7:56pm Devin Gristlewater:

Alright, have a lovely night for the rest of the night. Merry Christmas one and all!
  7:56pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Devin, well they were dancing and prancing, so .... maybe. Lots of odd mythology in finland.

I learned to break out of sleep paralysis and now just hope it would happen more often even though it appears threatening sometimes. When you get past that, you can kind of start poking holes into the dream reality.

Night, Devin!
  7:56pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

G'night, Devin! Sweet dreams! :)
  7:57pm RSTVMO:

Hardy Fox on ReverbNation?
  7:57pm Devin Gristlewater:

WAIT! How do you "break out" of sleep paralysis? My brain is soup right now. Need more sleep.
  7:58pm RSTVMO:

Kokaine Karma
  7:59pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

I'll see if I can write it up, and email you! Not sure if there's a universal solution.
  7:59pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Try some "Dream Water"?

G'night, Hearty [do you ever read these comment?]
  8:00pm RSTVMO:

this comments?
Avatar 8:05pm Hearty White:

I do read them, but I have to have a little sip of something first so it's usually the next day! Today is an exception. Had a little Christmas rye! Bless all of you and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I appreciate you a great deal. Have a Merry Christmas and a safe happy New Year, my friends!
  8:17pm I X Key!:

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