Apr 7, 2018
G’day folks. Suspend your disbelief. And now that you’ve done
that, thanks for joining me here on the AntiSF Radio show Aeolia
for your speculative storytime fix. Aeolia somewhere typical,
somewhere mainbelt — a rocky thing discovered way back in December
1894 in the Nice Observatory by August Charlois, a man who was
eventually murdered by the brother of his first wife over an
As we hover nearby and consider that, and the rest of the story simply because it doesn’t seem finished, let’s get on with today’s show. Because it’s all about story and suspending disbelief.
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