Episode 58

Posted: 20th May 2012 by Jerry in Episodes

She may not be an actual absinthe fairy, but she should be.


There are some episodes that are all about absinthe, and then there are episodes that are mainly about things which might be of interest to people who are into absinthe. This episode falls into the latter of the two of these categories.

Dan and I both use a machine called a CPAP, and if you snore like a mo-fo while you’re asleep, or your spouse does, some of the things we discuss at the beginning of the episode may be of interest. Even if you don’t, Jerry’s silly misadventures and weird turns of fate may still be entertaining. Also, as a addendum to the story he tells, the night after it all happens, his CPAP died. Incredible timing of events, but you’ll have to listen to find out why.

Jerry’s got four new novels in the works at the same time, and he jumps back and forth between them. Hopefully one will be finished before the end of the year. In the meantime Dan and Jerry discuss the upcoming hot career of the near future … that of Internet Curator for Large Corporations.

It’s coming, my friends. If you’re an avid Tumblr contributor you may well be building yourself a solid resume for a lucrative career.

This episode was actually recorded over a week ago. It’s taken Jerry this long to edit it and put it up. Then again, once you listen, you’ll probably figure out why.

Take care everyone and may the Green Fairy deliver to you some amazing adventures!

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  1. Perique is awesome! It tastes nothing like what I would expect it to.

    Also Oliver Matter does the absinthe with coffee: Nouvelle Vague (New Wave) http://wormwoodsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=593:nouvelle-vague&catid=20:traditional-absinthe&Itemid=275

    One of my favorite bands, Laibach, did the soundtrack for Iron Sky. If you are in to industrial music check it out.