January 5th, 2009

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Original artwork by Kristen Bays for Pendant Productions

Episode 29 - "The Collateral of Lily LaRue"

Zeta Squad catches Tomas alone in the sky, while The Beast rampages, and Lily has a bouquet of surprises for Brassy Battalion!

"Umket Industries Presents: The Dixie Stenberg and Brassy Battalion Adventure Theater" is a serialized, full-cast audio adventure with one new episode every month. Available for free download in .mp3 format, or as a Podcast!

Also featuring an audio commentary track with the director and writer!

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Featuring the voice talents of:

Rene Christine Jones as Dixie Stenberg
Mark Zaricor as Frank McGuff
Steve Anderson as Reginald Billingsley
Jeremiah McCoy as Archibald Withersby
Pete Milan as Freudenberg
Scott Vinnacombe as Cornelius Robert Sims Pearson
Anthony Piselli as Joey Scalzetti
Chris Brittain as Thomas Galen
Perry Whittle as Benedikt Adarchenko
Alicia Laine Matheson as Lily LaRue
Melissa Johnson as Daisy LaRue
Tracy Hall as Violet LaRue
Melissa Hearne as Rose LaRue
Marleigh Norton as Iris LaRue
Megan Pressley as Buttercup LaRue
Kathryn Pryde as Geist
Justin Daube as Volker
M Sieiro Garcia as Neve
Mike Winters as Radulf Pelzer
Ara Pelodi as Ursula Unger
David Alexander McDonald as Walther Falkenstein
Elaine Barrett as the Robot
Amanda Fitzwater as Nebulon 2000
Kristen Bays as the Umket Triplets
Jerry Crawford as The Dean
Jeffrey Bridges as the Commercial Announcer
And Seth Adam Sher as your host

Written by by Jeffrey Bridges
Directed by Seth Adam Sher
Cover art by Kristen Bays
Produced by Pendant Productions


Thanks for listening!

Grandpa is back in the hospital.

Grandpa was about as weak as I have ever seen him at Christmas. He was using a walker to get around. For grandpa that is remarkably unusual. As late as spring of this past year he was doing a little bit of gardening in the planter in front of the house.

reposted from mom

"Daddy is back in the hospital. He has been deteriorating markedly over the last few weeks and finally agreed to see the family doctor today. He should see the cardiologist, but he really doesn't like the cardiologist, so he won't go there. His haemaglobin is 6.7, which is very low, so he's in for transfusions. We're not sure where he's losing the blood, but the smart money is on something gastrointestinal. He wanted a guarantee that he could get out tomorrow before he would agree to go in."