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Eco Punks Kissing in a Tree

Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 03 TPP263

In this episode I share an audio documentary on an evacuation drill with my beloved from 10 years ago My Non Verbatim Show Notes: Got water, we’ve got food crates, milk crates to organize things in stack them on top they’re everywhere great for organize things a tent, great if you have a car bugging … Continue reading Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 03 TPP263

Eco Punks Kissing in a Tree

Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 02 TPP262

In this episode I share an audio documentary on an evacuation drill with my beloved from 10 years ago My Non Verbatim Show Notes: Starting to load the car, water dry food checking things off the list really are doing this, the dry food, bullets beans band aids, bag of beans brown rice, the 5 … Continue reading Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 02 TPP262

Eco Punks Kissing in a Tree

Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 01 TPP261

In this episode I share an audio documentary on an evacuation drill with my beloved from 10 years ago My Non Verbatim Show Notes: Pea pod, double wide sleeping bag, a way of life tendency to roll away in the night, kept us very tightly connected, exquisite experience of couple-dom really bonding experience to sleep … Continue reading Survivalove: Romancing An Emergency Evacuation Drill Part 01 TPP261

Zanzibar

Heartfelt Honoring of Diverse Eco-Femininisms with Zanzibar TPP238

In this episode I’m joined by my dear friend Zanzibar! About Zanzibar: Zanzibar is a para-activist, tropho-autonomist donacrat who has participated in sissi-fraternal, progressional sociopercolation for decades. A dedicated Gaiaolatrat and femineurorevolutionary, glomp* has cotextured the trance-linguistics of metre and assonance over great calendrical longitudes. Glomp is a standing-wave emergence from anonymity who shelters in … Continue reading Heartfelt Honoring of Diverse Eco-Femininisms with Zanzibar TPP238