(Tia has a call to Carrie lined up
so we begin with that)
(Tia gets talking to the cats)
Tia: okay, shall we get down to business? First of
all, we wanted to start at five minutes
(Tia talks to the cats some more)
Russ: well I wasn't in charge of getting this thing
Tia: yes, I know, Mark was busy. We're on the air?
Russ: uh-huh, yeah.
Tia: oohh okay. Right, now the reason why we wanted
to start early was to get the briefing and
everything underway, right?
Tia: is that Carrie has something she needs to talk
to us about.
Russ: oh, so I'll go make some tea?
Tia: no, no, no, nothing sexual.
Russ: oh okay.
Tia: well if sex does come up, that's her own
decision. Okay, should we give her a call?
Russ: all right.
Tia: is it's what, 15 minutes after?
Russ: did you want to brief me on anything first or
is that the briefing?
Tia: that's the briefing apart from she might be a
little bit sensitive on things.
(we call Carrie)
Tia: hello sister mind.
Carrie: hi, how are you?
Tia: oh, I'm fine.
Carrie: you're fine?
Tia: and how are you?
Carrie: oh, I'm fine. I just woke up Mike, hang on,
I'm walking in the back bedroom.
Tia: oh, tut,
Tia: tut, tut, tut, in the back bedroom huh?
Carrie: he's sleeping on the couch. He fell asleep
and I was afraid the phone would wake him, but I
wasn't paying attention. So what are you guys doing?
Tia: well, we're talking to you.
Carrie: you're talking to me?
Carrie: you sound clearer than normal.
Tia: oh thank you, thank you.
Carrie: oh, so you're coming back here?
Tia: I am?
Carrie: no, Mike. Now he's shoeing me out of the
Carrie: night sleepyhead, be in in a while. Okay,
let me get situated.
Tia: I'm sorry about the weird dreams the other
Carrie: which ones?
Tia: the really weird ones. What would it be? It
would be Thursday of your night?
Carrie: oh I can't remember.
Tia: no, it was Friday, sorry Friday, yes.
Carrie: I can't remember what they were about.
Tia: oh they were pretty weird.
Carrie: what were they about?
Tia: flying and running and hiding and being afraid.
Carrie: I've had.....to tell you the honest truth
I've had so many nightmares lately that I can't
Carrie: I have been having a lot, I don't know why.
Tia: well, what are you afraid of at the moment?
Tia: no, there's something more than that that's
Carrie: oh I don't know, everything, everything and
nothing. I don't know, I've had a lot on my mind.
Tia: yes, so I've noticed. You're little bit
unfocused at the moment. Now it's partly to do with
your work right?
Carrie: you mean my school?
Carrie: yeah, I don't know, I don't know what it is.
Like the last six weeks I've just had a really bad
Tia: you're coming up for finals right? Or some kind
of examination thingy.
Carrie: uh-uh, that was a couple weeks ago.
Tia: oh well. Coming up, just gone, I don't know.
Carrie: I don't know, I just.......I get too hard on
Carrie: I guess.
Tia: okay, this is what we're going to do to help
Tia: is that we're going to focus in one particular
Tia: and we're going to face that fear of failure
with that project, right?
Tia: and that would be your networking?
Tia: that have to be positive with a little bit of
negativity to stop yourself from charging on and
biting off more than you can chew.
Tia: and that's the way to look at things is that
there's two types of people. The same as positive
and negative there is also do and do not. So you can
say positive does and negative does not, you see?
Carrie: uh-huh. But I have a hard time.......I guess
it's just I'm going through a growing stage right
Carrie: of trying to deal with that I guess?
Carrie: I guess it does all boils down to your
failure. Because I'm too hard to myself.....
Carrie: with everything, I mean even in school.
Tia: okay, let's deal with getting down on yourself.
Okay, you want to do the best possible job, right?
Tia: okay, it takes time to do the best possible
job. Those people that hurry, right? Are the ones
that make the mistake and have to do it over again
and it takes longer.
Carrie: I know.
Carrie: I know but I guess.....see, that's where I'm
trying to learn that. I'm trying to learn that I'm
not perfect, I can't be perfect, and I can't do
Tia: uh-huh. Okay, here's a little saying for you to
say to yourself when you're working and you want to
do it really quick is, "patience makes perfect".
Which means, by taking your time, you will be
Carrie: yep, you're right.
Tia: so you could say take time to be perfect. Even
if you say it out loud or in your head, it doesn't
matter as long as you use those phrases when you're
in a hurry. Sort of like, take time to be perfect.
Carrie: yeah, that will help focus me.
Tia: that's right. What have you got to say about
Russ: well I like to practice my patience to make it
Tia: did you hear what he said?
Carrie: what did he say?
Tia: he said he likes to practice with his patience
to make it perfect.
Carrie: okay? I think I understood that.
Carrie: that was a little slow on my part, I was
thinking of something else.
Tia: well, I think Russ was being a little bit
deliberately......what's the word I'm looking for?
Tia: no, it's off at an angle, oblique?
Tia: obtuse, thank you, obtuse.
Russ: my pleasure darling.
Carrie: not Russ.
Tia: he's always off at an angle.
Russ: parts of me are.
Carrie: I'll remember that......
Carrie: the next time I get rough on myself.
Tia: yes, well Russ is off a tangent from reality
Carrie: well, I'll remember that.
Tia: yeah, I think that was a point for me.
Tia: I think that was a point for me.
Carrie: a point for you?
Tia: yeah, I finally get one over on him.
Tia: okay, I'm going to put on another speaker
because we don't want to hog all the time.
Carrie: okay, am I going to talk to you again?
Tia: yeah, I'll see you shortly sister mind.
Carrie: okay, bye Tia.
(Karra is in healer mode for
her time with Carrie)
Carrie: hi Russ.
Russ: hi darling.
Carrie: can you hear me?
Russ: I can hear you fine. Let me just get a little
closer here for you.
Carrie: how are you?
Russ: I'm doing good.
Russ: hi Karra.
Karra: I can't fool you can I?
Russ: no darling.
Carrie: hi Karra.
Karra: hello, how's it going?
Carrie: fine, how are you?
Karra: oh, I'm fine, a little bit tired.
Carrie: oh, why's that?
Karra: oh, I've been busy, I didn't get to sleep
until late last night. I wonder why?
Russ: hey, what am I supposed to do?
Karra: you need to work on your barriers Russ.
Carrie: my best friend had her baby.
Karra: oh, give her my congratulations or say a
friend of yours that lives far away gives her
Carrie: she knows who you guys are.
Karra: oh okay, well tell her I say hi and
Carrie: okay, I will, he's beautiful.
Karra: oh that's good.
Carrie: he's beautiful and I was there and I got to
hear the baby's first cry. It was awesome.
Karra: a little redhead right?
Carrie: he's got pure, jet black hair.
Carrie: he's got really black hair and I guess he's
got blue eyes, but he didn't open them for me
Karra: well what's his name?
Karra: uh-huh. Well, at least it's not hey you as my
eldest daughter was called for a little while.
Carrie: oh, no. Hey you, that's not very good, a
child could get confused.
Karra: well, it's the way it worked out.
Russ: tea's on.
Carrie: I don't know, my cat thinks her name is hey
Karra: yes, cats are funny.
Carrie: sometimes Mike thinks his name is hey you
too. So are things going?
Karra: things are going great apart from being kept
up all night.
Carrie: Russ, shame on you.
Karra: well Russ just stepped out to make a cup of
Carrie: oh, you know what? I'm going to do that, I'm
going to make me some tea so I can sleep good
Karra: oh yes. Now, you been doing your exercises?
Karra: and you haven't quit smoking have you?
Karra: what are you up to, six a day if my reports
Karra: you're not at ten and a day are you?
Karra: oh dear.
Carrie: I've been stressed.
Karra: okay, we'll let you slide on that, we'll let
Carrie: I know, I think about it all the time, I
want to quit, but it's really hard, especially at
school. I mean I know it's a lot of excuses, I just
have to set it in my mind.
Karra: well, I know way to make you quit smoking.
Karra: go and watch an autopsy on a smoker.
Carrie: no, thank you, no way. Well I guess yeah,
that could make me quit.
Karra: uh-huh. It's enough to make anybody quit.
Carrie: oh yeah, I'll bet.
Carrie: I can just imagine what mine look like.
Karra: uh-huh, yes.
Carrie: I've had x-rays on my lungs twice in the
last year and they were really good.
Karra: oh that's good.
Carrie: I just want to quit before they get bad the
Karra: yeah, uh-huh. Now how's the baby working, the
planning for the baby?
Carrie: I want one so bad Karra.
Karra: I know you want one so bad. I can hear it in
your voice and I can feel it in my little reporter
that comes down and visits you from time to time,
informs me that you want one real bad.
Carrie: you know what I don't understand?
Carrie: I mean this has been something that's
been.........I mean it's just been making me crazy
lately.......something I don't understand is, you
focus hard enough in life, you get what you want,
Carrie: if you focus hard enough on it. It never
fails. But a baby is the one thing that if a woman
focuses on she won't get it.
Karra: yeah, the harder she tries the.....
Carrie: the more she thinks about it.....
Carrie: the less chance she has. I don't understand
that. And everybody......all the women keep telling
me, don't think about it, but do you know how hard
Karra: hey, here's a way of not thinking about it.
You're 24, right?
Karra: 22, oh you're a kid, you're a snot nosed kid.
(Carrie starts to laugh)
Carrie: well yeah.
Karra: you've got hundreds of perfectly good eggs
ready and waiting to hatch. If you don't get
pregnant one month, there's always next month.
Carrie: it's hard, it might not be that easy.
Karra: hey, you've got a long time to go. What's it,
it's 12 to the year right? In your menstrual cycle?
Karra: so that is......well, until you're 40.
Carrie: well, it's just not that easy. I mean I know
everybody keeps telling me don't listen to the
doctors, but the proven facts are there.
Carrie: they're there.
Carrie: my doctor told me if I do not get pregnant
in a year....
Carrie: I may not ever be able to ever get pregnant.
Karra: well there's fertility drugs.
Carrie: but that's unnatural to me.
Karra: hey, you want one, do whatever it takes.
Carrie: I'm seriously thinking about it now.....
Carrie: I mean, just because, I mean I guess in a
way I feel like I'm on a little time clock?
Karra: yeah. But hey, we've beaten the doctors
before, haven't we?
Karra: so let's beat them this time, let's prove
Carrie: I know, I want to but I can't.
Karra: yes you can.
Carrie: I know I can, I just can't focus on it in
that way, you know what I mean?
Carrie: I don't know what it is.
Carrie: I'm scared to death. I keep thinking that if
I don't then God intended better things for
Karra: well that's.....yes, yes, that's a good way
to look at things. Remember that a teacher,
sometimes a single teacher, a spinster? All of the
children that she teaches are her children.
Carrie: I know.
Karra: you've got the whole entire world.
Carrie: I know but it's so hard because I just....I
want to know what it's like to create a life inside
of me, you know?
Karra: oh, you will know, you will know.
Carrie: I guess I'm just being real negative.
Karra: no you're not.
Carrie: and I know I shouldn't be.
Karra: it's something that goes through everybody's
minds. Now, you have something to dry your eyes
Carrie: yes, my hand.
Karra: I was about to say use your sleeve, I would.
Carrie: I don't have a sleeve on.
(Carrie starts chuckling)
Karra: okay, I've got a joke for you.
Karra: okay, have you heard about O.J. Simpson's new
shuttle bus company?
Carrie: oh, no. No, what is it?
Karra: it says it will get you to the airport with
an hour to kill.
(Carrie starts laughing)
Carrie: oh, that's bad, that’s really bad.
Karra: well, Kiri just whispered it to me. She said
she heard it from Mark.
Carrie: that was really bad.
Russ: oh, hey, I've got a joke.
Karra: okay, Russ has got a joke.
Russ: hey, I got a mouse problem at my theater right
now, you know?
Russ: got a bunch of mice, we've got to call an
exterminator in but to save us the money, they told
me to go out and buy some poison and poison the
Russ: so I went over to Raley's across the street
there and looked at the poison but everything has
got tamperproof caps nowadays and this bottle of
poison I was going to buy had a tamperproof cap but
the seal had been broken, right? So I didn't know if
I should buy this poison or not. I mean, what if
somebody had dropped some aspirins in it or
Carrie: that was the worst joke Russ.
Russ: thank you darling.
Carrie: you should be nominated for like the worst
joke of the year, I mean that was the worst.
Karra: uh-huh, did you hear about Mark's incident
with a mouse? He said that he shot a mouse a while
back. Shot it stone dead, it was huge, it was coming
right at him.
Carrie: who is this?
Karra: this is Mark.
Karra: yeah, shot a mouse stone dead. Huge thing, he
said it was almost as big as he was, but I don't
think they're going to let him back into Disneyland
(Carrie starts laughing really hard at that one)
Carrie: tell Mark he shot Mickey? Okay, you guys are
on a roll for really, really bad jokes. Oh no. I'm
sorry, I don't have any bad jokes.
Karra: oh well.
Russ: oh well.
Carrie: I don't have any jokes at all.
Karra: okay, I'm going to put on the Kiri monster.
Karra: okay? And I'll see you later and Tia will
come down and program you with some instructions.
Karra: okay, you don't mind that?
Carrie: no, not at all.
Carrie: thank you Karra.
Karra: you're welcome.
Carrie: take care.
Karra: God bless you and my love goes with you as
Carrie: I love you.
(Kiri brings more jokes to the
Kiri: okay, yo, I'm here.
Carrie: oh hi stranger, how are you?
Kiri: stranger huh? I'm doing fine.
Carrie: I know, I'm the stranger.
Kiri: no you're not, I get reports, we all get
Carrie: I'm still around, quite far, but I'm still
Kiri: well you're almost human shape I thought?
Carrie: who, Russ or me?
Kiri: you are, you are, you're not round, you're
Carrie: oh. Okay, you guys are passing some really,
really bad one-liners now.
Kiri: okay, I've got a joke.
Carrie: oh, oh.
Kiri: okay now, Bill Clinton, Robert Dole, and Bob
Packwood all get whisked off to the Land of Oz. And
they follow the yellow brick road and they end up at
the Emerald Palace and they go in to see the Wizard.
Bill Clinton is selected to go in first. And he goes
in and he says to the Wizard, "I need to get back to
America, I've got a presidential election coming up,
I need to vote on the budget package, I need to deal
with the Republicans, I need to put them in their
place and I'm doing really great with my foreign
policy. Can you get me back to America?" And the
Wizard looks at him and goes, "no, sorry, can't help
you son. I'd like to, but I can't, but I've got
something that can help you. Here, have a brain”. He
goes out and they call in Robert Dole next. And
Robert Dole goes in and he says, "look, I've got to
go back to America, I need to get back. I've got a
presidential election coming up, I'm hopefully going
to be the candidate. You've met Bill Clinton, you
see what a schmuck he is. We've got to work on this
Medicare problem and all these health care things
and I've got to get back because I want to be
president, and I want to put everything right that
Bill Clinton's made wrong". And the Wizard looks at
him and he goes, "look, I'll tell you exactly the
same thing. I'd like to help you but I can't, but
I've got something that might help you. Here, have a
heart”. Now Bob Packwood goes in last of all, and he
stands there and he looks around and he looks at the
Wizard and he goes, "where's Dorothy?"
Carrie: I didn't get it.
Kiri: well, reports say that Sen. Bob Packwood was
kicked out for sexual harassment?
Carrie: oh, okay, I got it.
(Kiri sighs heavily)
Carrie: I don't follow politics too much, I try not
Kiri: well, I would have thought that I would got at
least a chuckle out of rusty nails over there.
Russ: I just got it after you explained it to me.
Carrie: I know, I didn't even hear him laughing, I
think it went over his head, too.
Russ: it did.
Kiri: way over his head. In fact, it went so high
over his head that it hit the top of Everest.
Carrie: yeah, it wouldn't quite fly over his head.
Kiri: yeah? So, what are we going to talk about?
Carrie: I don't know, what do you want to talk
Kiri: I'm not allowed to talk about that over the
Kiri: it's a three letter word.
Kiri: yeah, sex.
Carrie: why not?
Kiri: well, people might be listening.
Carrie: did you get in trouble last time?
Kiri: a little bit.
Carrie: you're always getting in trouble when you
talk to me.
Kiri: I know, it's great, isn't it?
Carrie: boy, just think of how we'll be when I get
Kiri: oh it's going to be great, we're going to
Carrie: we'll always get in trouble. We'll always be
getting sent to our rooms.
Kiri: yes. Well, the worst thing would be getting
sent home to Sirius.
Carrie: well, we wouldn't go that far.
Carrie: we'd just get in little misty-bis trouble.
Kiri: uh-huh, will go around debagging all the
Carrie: yeah, what is that?
Kiri: oh, pulling their trousers down?
Carrie: now we might get in serious trouble for
Kiri: oh, I don't know, they'd think it was funny.
Carrie: oh, they would?
Kiri: well, I'd hope they'd think it was funny.
Carrie: well if not, they're going to have to
because it's going to happen to them when I get
Kiri: yeah. Hmm, I was just looking at this
telephone here. I've been learning to read English?
Carrie: oh really?
Carrie: how good are you?
Kiri: well, let me see if this is any good. It's got
the numbers here and then from two to nine it has
letters, three to each one. If you look at the
number three, you got DEF. Is that deaf? "Sorry, I
can't hear you, I think I'm going deaf".
Carrie: sort of, but that's not how we spell it. How
do we spell it?
Kiri: D.E.A.F. See? I've been learning.
Kiri: yeah, I've got up to four letter
Carrie: you know what you guys?
Carrie: check this out. Mike's mom, she gets these
really awesome crystal books?
Carrie: she's got one, it's called Heaven and Earth?
Carrie: and I borrowed it from her the other day?
Carrie: and it's got the most beautiful crystals in
it. I mean just awesome. It has got everything in
it. Let me find it. It's a chakra....here it is.
Okay, it's called Chakra Jewelry?
Carrie: and it's got seven stones for each chakra.
Oh wait a minute, 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168...
Carrie: it's got eight stones. Now, some have seven
and the great big one.......check this out, the
great, great, big one?
Carrie: and it's not even that great and big.......I
mean, it goes on your chain.
Kiri: that's not very big.
Carrie: I know, it's not very big at all. For
sterling silver is $1,300.00 and for fourteen karat
gold it's $1,800.00.
Kiri: now, I've got to work that out into how many
bottles of wine and that's about six cases of wine,
that's a lot.
Carrie: that's a lot.
Kiri: six cases of wine, that is a lot. See, I don't
understand your dollars and Mark explained it to me
that about $15.00 was a good bottle of wine or an
average bottle of wine.
Carrie: so your guy’s wine is....?
Kiri: well a bottle of wine is about fifteen....
Carrie: on earth?
Kiri: yeah, well I trade with wine you see.
Carrie: oh, okay.
Kiri: yeah, we don't have money like you have......
Kiri: we trade services and I design swimsuits and
Kiri: mainly swimsuits....
Carrie: I used to do that when I was younger.
Kiri: oh really?
Carrie: I used to design clothing.
Kiri: uh-huh. Well I do the designs, I make the
swimsuits, and then I package them off to Sirius,
and in return I get bottles of wine.
Carrie: oh cool.
Kiri: now with the bottles of wine, I can get ahold
of more material and other stuff that I need.
Carrie: so basically, you guys use the trade and
Kiri: that's right, yeah.
Carrie: okay, yeah, that's.....I think that's the
most awesome way to do it.
Carrie: I guess with all the way that everything is
going, pretty soon money's not going to have a value
Carrie: but I was thinking about it today, and if
money didn't have a value here.....
Carrie: I was wondering if our third dimensional
world is going to turn into like a barbarian world
Kiri: that's a possibility, you're talking to the
wrong person, you'd have to talk to Tia.
Carrie: I think I thought of her because of her
Kiri: yeah. Oh, her world is such a paradise
compared your planet. I don't mean that in a
negative way, I mean they've.....
Carrie: oh it's true.
Kiri: well, they've got rid of warfare on a large
scale, they've got rid of pollution, they have space
travel, they have smart computers that mimic
intelligence, they have......Tia's whispering all
this stuff in my ear.......holographic
entertainment, all sorts of really interesting
Carrie: it sounds like they have a lot of what our
world is trying to go into?
Kiri: uh-huh, yeah.
Carrie: our world is trying to get there, but we are
so.......we've got five years til the
Carrie: and people in history, if you trace back in
history on earth, every time about five years
beforehand, everybody gets paranoid and says it's
going to be the end of the world.
Carrie: I believe it's every hundred years, but the
millennium is really the worst.
Kiri: yeah, the big one, because......
Carrie: everybody thinks it's the end of the world.
Carrie: so here, everybody is panicking, "it's the
end of the world, God's going to come down and he's
going to choose who's who and has this thing and
it's been a real big topic lately.
Carrie: and like I tell everybody, the only thing I
say to them is, "our world has not changed any since
it was created, the only difference now is we have
more technology and more people".
Kiri: uh-huh, yeah.
Carrie: we are still barbaric, we just do it with
Carrie: there are more people so it seems like more
death and trauma.
Kiri: that's right.
Carrie: but it's always been like that.
Carrie: even when Earth was created.....
Carrie: I mean look at Adam and Eve and look at
Carrie: and the brothers.
Kiri: Cain and Abel.
Carrie: look what they did to each other.
Kiri: yeah, Cain and Abel.
Carrie: yeah. And then it goes into the......like
the medieval days......
Carrie: and the Roman days.
Kiri: oh, the Roman days, oohhhh.
Carrie: the Roman days, I mean look at them. They
used to kill people and hang their heads.
Kiri: uh-huh but what you were saying dovetails very
nicely with Russ's studies on Revelations.
Carrie: oh really?
Kiri: uh-huh. He's been studying Revelations at the
Carrie: oh wow. Cool, I'd like to hear more about
Kiri: well you would've if he hadn't of run away.
Carrie: I didn't run away.
Kiri: no, he ran away, Russ has run away.
Carrie: oh, I thought you were talking about me.
Kiri: no, you haven't run away, you're still part of
us, you have your work to do.
Carrie: I didn't run away, I've just gone to find
Kiri: uh-huh. Have you watched "Monty Python and the
Kiri: oh, I was about to quote from that about the
rabbit. There's a nasty rabbit with nasty, sharp
pointed teeth and it attacks people. King Arthur and
his merry men, they attack it and then they decide
to run away, run away.
Carrie: oh, is that the quote?
Kiri: yeah, that's the quote.
Carrie: okay. I never was really into Monty Python.
Kiri: oh well, nevermind, Mark loves Monty Python.
Carrie: you know what? Rob watched Monty Python.
Carrie: Rob watched a lot of Monty Python.
Russ: when you get a chance, check out the movie
"Life of Brian", that's pretty funny too.
Carrie: can I ask a favor?
Carrie: is there any way that you guys could tell
me.....has Rob passed over into this lifetime?
Kiri: not yet, it takes a few more years. There's a
long period of time where they do a lot of
soul-searching, or so says my grandmother.
Carrie: so you guys don't have any track on him?
Kiri: no, we don't. I could ask my grandmother to
look into it and then I can get back and let you
Carrie: see, because I get confused sometimes on how
that would work because Mike and I were talking
about it one night....
Carrie: and since Mike and I are soul mates and Rob
and I were soul mates.....
Carrie: that would mean Mike and Rob were soul
Kiri: uh-huh. Well the thing is, that when he's
ready to come back, don't be surprised if you find
Carrie: that would be awesome.
Kiri: yeah, that's maybe why you're having
difficulty getting pregnant is that he's not ready
to come back yet.
Carrie: but then, how come he said goodbye to me
when I did my last past life regression? Do you
Carrie: and I had problems passing through?
Carrie: because of the little blue bird that was in
Kiri: it's probably that he's getting ready, but
getting ready does take some time. But he.....
Carrie: but he wouldn't be able to focus energy on
me while he was doing that.
Kiri: that's right. Now that may take three or four
years, but time is irrelevant. To him, it would seem
like a matter of moments when in actual fact, up to
five years could have passed.
Carrie: well, he's been dead for seven years.
Kiri: yeah. I mean sometimes it takes a lot, lot
longer. It can take some people up to 40 years
before they're ready to come back. They stay and
they learn and they watch other people and then they
decide that it's time for them to be reborn and then
they go into the analytic stage which is probably
where he is now, that he's analyzing things.
Carrie: I sometimes wondered that.....
Carrie: if Rob would be my baby.
Kiri: uh-huh, it would be great if he was.
Carrie: you know what I was thinking the other day,
I remember when Karra told me that my baby is going
Kiri: the first of a new breed of humans.
Carrie: and that my baby was going to be very
Carrie: so that kind of gave me, when I was thinking
real negative the other day, that kind of gave me
Carrie: and I thought, well......
Kiri: well, from you and Mike, both of you are very
talented individuals and the joining would be
incredible. I sound like my sister, don't I?
Kiri: not as well as incredible, but a lot of fun
Carrie: oh yeah.
Carrie: oh yeah.
Kiri: you been reading the Kama Sutra
Carrie: am I? No.
Kiri: it's fun, it's a good book.
Carrie: where did I hear about that? We've been
putting a lot of money into self-help and
Carrie: because of the business.
Kiri: uh-huh. Now, Tia just whispered something in
Carrie: what did she say?
Kiri: she said that at school you used to act,
Carrie: yeah. No, not act so much as, well......I
Kiri: you danced and you acted, right?
Carrie: no, not acting, but singing.
Kiri: yeah, well you used to wear a face then right,
a pretend face?
Kiri: okay, what we're going to do.....and this is
Tia's suggestion is.....when you make the telephone
calls, you're an actress, you're acting out a role.
You write yourself a script, learn the script and
write out possibly what they could say, all the
positive and all the negative....
Carrie: oh, we have one.
Kiri: yeah, well you go from that script.
Carrie: that's funny that you said that because we
do, they just actually sent it down to us.
Kiri: uh-huh. Okay, but what I'm suggesting is that
you pretend that you're about to perform for a whole
load of people and they're going to say certain
things like, "yes, I'm interested, tell me more".
Or, you could assume a different identity that has
the same name that is a outgoing, bubbly,
thick-skinned individual that won't take no for an
answer, and if they are told
(Kiri quickly wraps up)
Kiri: I'll be talking to you again soon, bye.
Carrie: take care.
(Tia is back to say goodbye to Carrie)
Carrie: are you still there. Russ?
Russ: yep, I'm still here darling.
Tia: "incy-wincy spider went climbing up the
Carrie: hi Tia.
Tia: yo, hello, I'm back.
Carrie: oh, what was the question that she told me
to ask Tia? Oh, I remember. We were talking about
how money was going to become irrelevant?
Carrie: well, I was thinking that if money becomes
irrelevant to earth?
Carrie: then I was thinking that maybe our third
dimension would go into a barbaric stage.
Tia: I don't see that happening. I see that money
would become less valuable, but coinage would be
just as important as it is now. The paper money,
after all what is that? Paper.
Tia: but if you have coins, that is something
substantial that contains a mineral that is worth
Tia: so maybe paper money would go down the thingy
and be replaced by coins.
Tia: yeah, that's the way I see it. But I don't
think it's going to go to a barbaric stage where
tribalism is the norm. I see a time of unrest and
increase in violence, and things becoming more
expensive, but I don't see it becoming a barbaric
Tia: certainly trading goods for other things will
occur, but not as prevalent as you're predicting.
Tia: okay, I'm going to let you finish up with
Carrie: well take care, you going to come down and
Tia: I'll be there tomorrow sister mind.
Tia: but before I go, I give you my love and I'll
give you a big kiss.
(Tia sends Carrie a big kiss)
Carrie: okay thanks, I love you too.
Tia: I love you too.
Carrie: tell Kiri I love her, I didn't tell her I
Tia: oh, she's waving and saying she loves you
Russ: all right darling, well you have a wonderful
Carrie: thanks, I will, I'm going to sleep well.
Russ: alrighty, excellent. I'll call you up and
check on how are things going with you.
Russ: all right, bye love.
Carrie: bye Russ, thanks for calling.
Russ: my pleasure, darling.
Carrie: I love you.
Russ: I love you too, darling. Tell Mike bye.
Carrie: tell Mark hi.
Russ: I will.
Tia: okay, I'm going to put on the next person.
(Tia whispers, "be careful")
(Omal gets the teaching part of
the session started)
Omal: I don't know why she does that.
Russ: oh, she's just in the habit of.....
Omal: she was teasing you, she's giggling like
crazy. You were expecting either Korton or Ashtar.
She's giggling profusely.
Russ: yeah, she likes to fool me.
Omal: yes. Okay, let us get down to business,
where were we?
Russ: well let's see.
Omal: oh yes, you have questions.
Russ: yes. All right........okay, first off, let's
get the one I even have written down and that's on
the Jehovah's Witnesses tomorrow.
Omal: oh yes, entertainment time I believe.
Russ: entertainment, you guys were monitoring that
I assume last Wednesday.
Omal: what do you think?
Russ: of course, I could feel that and Karra was
in my head half the time telling me that so what
do you think of that mess of gibberish,
Omal: I prefer your first phrase.
Russ: I do too.
Russ: what a bunch of tosh.
Omal: they have taken truth and twisted it so
much. But they believe in what they believe, you
cannot condemn them for believing in
Russ: oh, no.
Omal: it makes them a sainted individual. Whether
or not it is accurate or inaccurate is irrelevant.
Russ: hey, I had to start the same route.
Omal: that is correct.
Russ: it's just a path toward enlightenment.
Omal: correct, it is necessary for them to believe
that they will be picked up and taken to a
Russ: right. Well it's easy to assume then the
hell that's actually going to happen to them.
Omal: what is hell?
Russ: well, hell is what you make it.
Omal: exactly, and heaven is what you make it.
Russ: if the world goes to an archivist kind of
existence let's say,
Omal: yes, you were going to say hell in a
Russ: something like that. It goes that route and
these guys aren't picked up and they're all going,
"well, what happened, aren't we the chosen ones?"
That's hell for them.
Russ: that's they're version of hell.
Russ: I mean for me it's just another lesson.
Russ: but for them.....
Omal: but it is necessary for them to understand
that if they perceive that they didn't make it,
then they have the option to make heaven on earth.
They could make their own little piece of Utopia
if they are prepared to pay the price. Because in
a society where those that have become the target,
what do you have to do to maintain being that,
people that have?
Omal: or learn to defend
Omal: and they strike me as a very
un-hostile religious sect.
Russ: well very much so. So I don't know
how they're going to deal with this, but
that's what I'm here for I think.
Omal: well, there is a saying that might
Omal: "the price of freedom must be
watered regularly with the blood of
Russ: it's a good saying.
Omal: I believe it was said by one of your
early presidents. I believe he also said,
"a little revolution from time to time is
a good thing".
Russ: good point. So, I'll be talking to
these guys tomorrow and I've been reading
up on their book, which is......oh my
Omal: so convoluted.....
Russ: oh jeeze.
Omal: but Mark was quite correct in
pointing out the fact that it is a
translation of a translation of a
translation of a translation.
Russ: right. Now I don't know if Karra
told you about the book I'm reading now,
The Essene Gospel of Peace?
Russ: which is a translation from the
Aramaic scrolls found in the Vatican who
stashed some very important......
Omal: little pieces of information.
another example of a religious sect distorting the
truth, or selectively telling the truth. Here is
little way to have fun.
Omal: there are three ways to lie. You tell the
truth and all the truth, but in such a way that
nobody will believe you....
Omal: that way you are lying but you're not lying.
You tell all the truth, except for important
factors, or you just out and out bareface lie.
Russ: you make it so blatant....
Omal: that nobody is going to believe you anyway.
Russ: right. Well all right, I'll work with these
guys. I'm going to let him borrow The
Essene Gospel of Peace
Omal: yes, but the way to deal with them is listen
to what they're saying. Be careful and selective
because you do not want to scare them off totally
because there is the possibility that you may
Russ, oh yeah, we were working quite hard on this
Omal: and there is also the fact that you're
learning from each other.
Omal: you are helping them and they are helping
Russ: well here's the thing, is even if they don't
believe of course what I'm saying, the fact of the
matter is that it's entered into their
Russ: which is the whole point of even talking to
people. Alrighty, oh yes, I was watching a program
Mark has already seen before about the....
Omal: the great pyramid.
Russ: yes, the Upuaut Project.
Omal: ah yes, the little robot droid that climbs
up very steep angles.
Russ: correct. His whole goal is to open up that
Omal: I don't think he would be able to.
Russ: yeah, I mean, I can't see.....in the first
place they'd have to take off the copper fittings
off that door.
Omal: yes, and I don't think the engineers that
designed it would have made it easy for them.
Russ: so they're just going to be running into all
kinds of little problems once they try to get that
Omal: correct. And besides, if they remove the
Omal: how are they going to lift it
Omal: how are they going to keep it supported up?
Russ: theoretically, they could drill through
there and then go ahead and cut away from that
point outward and make a passage that they could
Omal: they project that it is that thick.
Omal: what if it's that thick or that thick?
Russ: hmm, good point, but I thought it was an
interesting feat that they even got that far.
Omal: okay, let us proceed with the next question.
Russ: next question now is........first off, is
why is it that whenever I am in this room here, I
feel relaxed or sleepy? Is that because of the
Omal: that is correct, that you have booted
yourself into the pyramid.
Russ: okay. Now, why is that affecting me in such
a way? Is that the relaxation of the pyramid.....?
Omal: that's correct, it generates a field which
makes you feel comfortable and relaxed.
Russ: ahh, whether you're in it or out of it?
Russ: ahh, understandable. Okay, that's why it's
good for healing.
Russ: okay. Now I'm working on meditation at this
point and one of the things it explained in the
meditation book I'm working on is the rise in the
Russ: okay, the book speaks of twelve seals or
fore centers within the body which connect up to
the 144,000 fore centers throughout the body. I
assume they're talking about nerve centers.
Omal: correct, but let us go back to that number.
Russ: 144,000. Yes,
it does keep popping up, doesn't it?
Omal: yes it does, doesn't it?
Russ: now, how come that would correspond with
what we're reading about in Old Testament and New
Omal: because a lot of religions are intertwined.
Omal: the kundalini and the chakras come from the
Omal: which is a Hindu society....
Omal: there is a lot of intertwining and taking of
ideas from each other.
Russ: well this is coming from the migrations.
Omal: correct, which goes back to?
Russ: goes back to Atlantis.
Russ: so the original number 144,000 is coming
Russ: had to because how are they going to spot
that many nerve centers in the body?
Russ: unless you had he have an intimate knowledge
of the body and these guys did not.
Russ: okay. So, when we're talking about
the 144,000 with
homeboys tomorrow, excuse me, the Jehovah's
Omal: the homeboys make them sound more amenable.
Russ: I agree. Then what they're going to be
talking about is actually a subtle reference to
the nerve centers within the body.
Russ: why would they then translate that to mean
people, besides of course, what they read in the
Omal: the fact is that 144,000 is also the
necessary number to make a cohesive, conscious
Russ: wait a minute......okay, I got it, I got it,
I got it. 144,000 nerve centers all get
Russ: from the 12 major nerve centers....
Russ: therefore creating a circuit that creates
the requisite number for......oh boy, how would
you even described that particular energy
Russ: consciousness, I'll go with that, but it's a
lightweight term for what.....
Omal: it is a lot more than that.
Omal: consciousness is a word that describes the
Omal: now, to explain it in more detail, if you
have 144,000 nerve points....
Omal: and they're all connecting to each other,
either passing through one or branching off and
joining with other ones.......let's say they
branch off from four different points, let's say
North, East, South, and West, how many connections
do you have?
Russ: just four.
Omal: no, how many connections total for all the
Russ: four times that.
Omal: now supposing the number is even higher, ten
or twenty different little points connecting?
Russ: so then it's another......each point is a
Russ: I see.
Omal: each point that joins is a step again, a
Russ: right. So, this getting 144,000 is a major
Omal: correct, is......
Russ: now, we have evidence of that within certain
members of our third dimensional history and
Russ: Indian yogis of the real higher
Russ: have reached that, the 144,000.
Russ: to go even higher, then you become an
ascended master such as Jesus.
Omal: umm......yes, it is a borderline point.
Sananda was not an ascended master, he was a
Omal: because he came from on high.
Omal: from a higher level down to your level.
Russ: so he had already connected up with these
points well before ever getting here.
Omal: and proceeded way beyond.
Russ: right. And I'll tell you, reading that
Essene Gospel of Peace.......you really
get.......the Bible doesn't touch Sananda's true
nature and this at least gives you
a much deeper, more intimate knowledge.
Omal: but there is something that must be
Omal: Sananda lied.
Omal: he had to.
Russ: well yeah, obviously.....
Omal: otherwise, he would've been caught in a trap
and ended up in a whole lot of trouble. It gets
back to lying, lying does serve its purposes.
Russ: wait, I didn't see the lying part as what
you're talking about as I saw it in the way that
he brought knowledge that couldn't be explained in
secular terms, but put a religious or a spiritual
essence to it that people could understand. He
didn't just lay it right out.
Omal: no, he had to lie in such a way as to not
get himself persecuted, ridiculed, or even killed
until it was necessary to fulfill the function.
Russ: well like I'm reading through this and his
words, and I'm realizing what he's actually
Russ: is not what is actually on paper. Because of
my conversations with you...
Omal: and with him.
Russ: and with him and our association, he's not
talking about anything what they're hearing, he's
saying stuff that if you have the knowledge it all
Omal: that's correct.
Russ: it wasn't meant for them right then.
Omal: well, for some of them yes, it was meant for
them to record.
Russ: right, but it was meant for others who had
keys that made those words fit the keys.
Omal: correct. It is like some of the statements
that we make. You do not do not understand some of
Russ: right, uh-huh.
Omal: the later on, you may, other people may.
Omal: you could almost say that we are the next
step of Christianity, but that would be too
conceited. We are part of it......
Omal: or what you perceive as Christianity because
what we teach is what Sananda tells us to teach.
Omal: therefore we are passing on the next step of
the lesson. Remember that he said that life is a
lesson that goes on.
Russ: it's funny you should say that too because
when I'm talking to you, I feel like those guys in
The Essene Gospel of Peace who are....they're like
hurt and broken and they're getting healed by
Jesus and he's telling this stuff to record, but
like they're only grasping just parts of the idea
and the rest of it's going to be picked up later
by somebody else...
Omal: yes exactly, you understand.
Russ: expanded upon to. And I'm like the
awesomeness of this is like, where is this going?
Omal: okay, we're going to have to....
Russ: okay, I understand. Let me see if I've got
anything left here to go real quickly before we
take our leave. Oh yes, next week we'll have
Omal: oh yes, I have some things to discuss with
Russ: oh you do?
Russ: okay, good, and we'll go ahead and if we
could, work a little more on history at that
Russ: alrighty, thank you Omal.
Omal: live long, prosper........
Omal: I'll be back.
(Tia returns between speakers for the hand off)
Russ: hello Tia, how are you doing sweetheart?
(Tia growls her way into the chat)
Tia: we're running very short on time, aren't we?
Russ: no, we got half a tape left.
Tia: oh good.
Russ: we got mass tape. About 20 minutes, 15 or 20
Tia: okay, well I'll put on the next person.
(Karra is back to now talk
Karra: hello once again dear.
Russ: how are you doing my love.
Karra: I'm doing fine.
Russ: so how was your day today darling, busy?
Karra: yes, busy.
Russ: I know you dropped out of mind range after a
Karra: yes, I had an emergency that needed to be
attended to like last night when I dropped out
Russ: yeah, Mark told me but what happened,
anything that was an issue?
Karra: oh, we had a scout vessel get badly
Karra: pilot was fine. Unfortunately we lost 90%
of communication from him. We would only get the
occasional words on the transmitter from him.
Karra: and it was severe damage.....blank. Severe
damage to what? The pilot, to the ship, to the
computer? We didn't know.
Karra: so we were on standby and the pilot, yes he
was wounded, but not badly. He had lost about
three pints of blood and was preparing to
administer a shutdown of his body. By that point
his ship was being towed.
Russ: ahh, that's good. Okay, we got the guys
Russ: all right, we're on hormones.
Karra: hormones, hormones, hormones.
Russ: now last week we discussed introns.
Russ: this week we're working on hormones and I
want to work on the connection between the two and
where does one leave off and and one begin.
Karra: oohhh, you're getting into a tricky field
Russ: ahh, I thought we'd have fun with this one.
Karra: yes, we could have fun with it. Hormones
are the chemicals in your body that make up
Karra: okay? Introns are responsible for other
Karra: such as, as we said, being hyperactive.
Hormones are the follow-on that give you the urge
to repeat your species. To have fun and sex.
Russ: right, survival instincts.
Karra: correct. And the next ones from that
related very closely are pheromones. Pheromones
are a smell that is given off a little bit like
after making love?
Karra: but it's before.
Russ: okay so, when we get to working with
Russ: then what we're really dealing with is
things that inhibit and non-inhibit growth....
Russ: and actions, emotions...
Karra: and so on.
Russ: and so on?
Russ: okay. Now the hormones I assume are
controlled by numerous glands in the body....
Russ: number one of which is the pituitary.
Karra: and also outside sources like
Karra: and also introns. You see, they're all
Russ: now, are the introns....are part of our DNA?
Russ: hormones and pheromones are released by the
glands in our body.
Karra: correct which is again in turn part of the
DNA. The more hormones that you give off.......for
example, one very famous one is testosterone.
Karra: which makes you you. I mean you as a male.
Karra: like when you give off a lot of
testosterone, it attracts what?
Karra: when I give off pheromones, what does that
Karra: oh yes, it attracts you to me.
Kara okay, so they are selected chemicals. When
you hear somebody saying it's a chemical thing,
they're not necessarily talking about their
addictions, it is a chemical thing between two
Russ: okay now, when you say that hormones and
pheromones and the testosterone
are part of the DNA...
Russ: what are you saying? Does that mean they're
part of the code....
Russ: or are you saying that the DNA controls how
much are released?
Karra: both. It is part of the code under how much
is released. You see, it is necessary as we were
discussing with Carrie, to procreate.
Karra: and selecting the best possible mate is
part of the pheromone, hormone combination.
Karra: you see, you want somebody that matches
chemically you. Makes it easier to have children.
Karra: and vice a versa.
Karra: and it is necessary for hormones that
control all sorts of things, this for one, the
Karra: that has hormones in it because it gives
off a smell. There is so much to do with hormones
that we could sit here and discuss it until I was
blue in the face.
Russ: all right, let's talk about the nerve
Russ: switch over to that that Omal was talking
Russ: now, when we're talking about releasing or I
Russ: the energy of the 144 nerve centers.
Russ: now, give me an example of a nerve center,
one of the 144,000 for example.
Karra: I'll give you an example, watch.
Russ: okay that's in the muscles?
Karra: let me do that again. I'm getting good at
that, let's see if I can do this one.
Russ: good girl. Okay, that the muscles though,
those aren't nerve centers.
Karra: but what makes the muscles do that?
Russ: the electrical impulses sent from the brain
I assume that travel on the nerve centers. Okay,
so what I was thinking of was touch, like I put my
finger on something hot.......
Karra: oh, there is a lot more than just touch.
(Karra sniffs through Mark's nose)
Karra: that's one.
(Karra sniffs again through
Russ: okay, so we're talking144,000, we're talking
Karra: that's another one, well that's two right
Russ: so now when Omal....
Russ: speaks about unifying these all up....
Karra: he's talking about balancing them so that
they are totally in tune.
Russ: now, does that then make you more aware of
your 144 nerve centers?
Russ: now what does that do for you in a world
like we've got now?
Karra: it gives you sensory overload if you're not
Russ: that's what I was going to say would be our
next little problem.
Karra: uh-huh. Okay right, how many sensory nerves
am I messing around with?
Russ: five senses and five fingers.
Karra: the five senses.
Russ: okay let's just go with the five senses, all
Karra: okay, how does this work?
Russ: feel, yeah, feeling?
Karra: if it was me, I would feel my finger
running along the clean copper.
Karra: right. I would know instinctually what's
happening is that by doing this, it's going down
here, all the way down the arm through the nerve
center or the nerve line to the central nervous
Karra: correct. Now, what's happening?
Russ: you're seeing me.
Russ: with the optic nerve centers that are behind
Karra: uh-huh. The light is coming in and touching
Karra: the retina takes this along here to the
back of the cranium along the nervous passageway,
the nerve center.
Karra: taste, what is happening?
Russ: you've got various nerves that differentiate
between heat, cold, salt, sweet....
Karra: and so on, the flavors.
Russ: yeah right, flavors, and that sends it to
your brain which has a full record of each of
those tastes and can tell you which one it is.
Karra: this one.
Karra: hearing, what is happening?
Russ: travels through the ear canal...
Karra: go back a step.
Russ: well sound vibration.....
Russ: goes into the ear?
Russ: hits the eardrum....
Russ: which creates a resonance....
Russ: which goes in and is filtered in through the
Karra: correct. And we missed one out. We've done
Karra: we did touch...oh yes.....(sniffs)...smell.
Russ: right. That's where the capillaries in the
Russ: pick up the various microscopic molecules of
Russ: and transfer them to the brain.
Karra: they have all one thing in common.
Russ: the brain.
Karra: besides the brain.
Russ: nerve centers.
Karra: okay, three things in common.
Russ: the.....I don't know.
Karra: the light touches the retina....
Karra: the sound waves touches the eardrums.
Karra: Mark's finger touches the pyramid. The
taste touches the senses in his tongue. The smell
Karra: it's all touch.
Karra: despite popular opinion, it is all touch.
Karra: it is all being processed by the inboard
Russ: how much of those nerve centers are we
actually aware of? All of them and they're just
not as aware, they're not as fully functional
Karra: they need to be tuned better.
Russ: tuned better.
Russ: okay. Hmm, alrighty and that's where the
various meditations come in......
Russ: tuning up the various body parts.
Russ: okay, boy that's a lot.
Karra: that is a lot. Tapes almost dead as well.
Russ: all right, last part then on this is pineal
Russ: where does that fit into all this mess?
Karra: that fits in as a major controlling factor
that releases the chemicals at certain times to
certain functions. To raise the heightened level
Russ: so it strictly fits in with consciousness,
it doesn't fit in with the various senses?
Karra: it does fit in with the various senses. It
is an opener or control system that releases
certain chemicals or rather, it tells certain
parts of your body to release certain chemicals.
It tells your testosterone it needs to be
released, it tells your sweat glands, it must
sweat, it tells your defense mechanism we have an
intruder, let's release the white corpuscles.
Russ: I thought pituitary did that.
Karra: it programs the pituitary.
Russ: oh I see, I see. It's the CPU...
Russ: of that, but the pineal
is also controlled by the brain.
Russ: I see, so it's a step down process.
Russ: brain, pineal,
Karra: correct, it's a trickle down mechanism.
Russ: I see. Now can the pineal
grow or is it one size throughout your life?
Karra: it grows with your brain when your brain
Russ: well I thought that's only during your
Karra: it expands, correct.
Russ: once you've reached your maximum growth
phase, then your brain doesn't grow anymore.
Russ: all you do is open up more of your brain.
Karra: and what happens to your pineal?
Russ: that's why I'm asking. Once you open up more
of your brain, does your pineal
gland then open up also?
Karra: it becomes more active.
Russ: more active, but doesn't enlarge.
Russ: okay.......I think.
Karra: you don't understand do you?
Russ: no, no, I don't.
Karra: okay, you have the overall control
Karra: you have the next step down and then the
final step down that takes over and releases all
the information. But it cannot release the
information until the secondary unit has told it
to do so. And in turn the secondary has to receive
information from the primary to do so. But
sometimes the secondary will work independently
and release, let's say the white corpuscles to go
charging off to attack something and that is a
Russ: that's when you get cancer.
Karra: that's when you get free radicals.
Karra: when free radicals break out, right? You
get what? Then you get the cancer.
Russ: then you get the cancer.
Karra: correct. I think it was very good that Kiri
came up with the hypothesis the reason why she
can't get pregnant at the moment is because Rob is
Russ: yeah I think so too, I mean maybe that's
going to help her.
Karra: oh yeah, I think it will too. She will be
Karra: I mean Mark has seen it and Mark can be
very clairvoyant at times.
Karra: he has seen it, seen her pushing a what
would you call it, a pram?
Karra: it push chair, a stroller.
Russ: uh-huh. What about Leonedies?
Karra: what about him?
Russ: if his brain is growing, and his pineal
gland is growing...
Russ: and active at the age that he's at, isn't
there a chance of burnout?
Karra: yes. That is the reason why some of the
super operant's go bubbab bubba bubbab.
If you remember we said that?
Russ: yeah, remember but I never thought it might
be a factor involving what we're talking about,
but now I do.
Karra: now you understand.
Karra: or you understand a little, the door is a
little bit open. Okay...
Russ: all right darling, love you babe.
Karra: love you lots.
Russ: see you in a while.
Karra: oh, better.
(Tia runs the tape out)
Russ: hi Tia.
(Tia snarls her way into the chat)
Russ: what up darling?
Tia: what's up? Oh, the moon or will be shortly,
my vibrational level, my sex drive.....
Russ: well at least your hair isn't.
Tia: what do you mean by that?
Russ: well Karra was talking about your hair.
Tia: no, she said when it goes down.
Russ: oh down.
Tia: it is up at the moment.
Russ: your hair is up.
Tia: or reasonably up.
Russ: so how do you work with somebody like
Leonedies to prevent that brain........?
Tia: you'd have to ask his teacher.
Russ: oh okay.
Russ: is she going to channel pretty soon or
Tia: no, she doesn't.
Russ: I didn't think so.
Tia: she's much too busy. Also, I found out why I
got absolutely smashed.
Russ: somebody slipped you some elixir?
Tia: the medical shot that I had for the infection
on my tail...
THE TAPE ENDS