A.A.F. Meetings are held on the Tuesday of each week at the
Montrose Town Hall at 7.00PM. Members only please.
|23rd July 2000
After being interviewed by someone at flashnews (www.flashnews.com)
Denise has made numerous radio interviews. One
interview was in Sydney and the other one was was in
New York. Interest in the AAF has increased with up
to 50 people a day looking at our website. Denise
gives a description of what the interviews were like.
|16th July 2000
Even though the AAF is concerned with reducing the
stigma associated with flatulence, we had a
discussion about effective remedies to chronic
flatulence. Most people agree that Barocca is by far
the most effective in reducing chronic flatulence but
has the disadvantage in that it contains a lot of
aluminium. Aluminium is thought to be factor that
causes the onset of Parkinsons disease. Less
effective, though healthier is charcoal tablets. It
is said that Elm leaf is also used for flatulence
reduction, though no one has tried it out.
Brian is getting annoyed at the lack of progress
the AAF is making in promoting the AAF's message of
anti flatuphobia . He is considering radical ideas
such as disrupting events where lack of noise is
required eg tennis matches. After some debate we
agree that such actions will only embarrass and
denegrate the AAF and people who suffer from chronic
|2nd July 2000
Martin has found a job as gardener at a deafness
school. He is relieved that he is working at place
where his condition doesn't matter.