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CHANGES TO THE BLOG/HOW TO HEAR ME ON LUNDON CALLING FROM LAST WEEK!

First of all, the Lundon-Calling broadcast from last Wednesday was awesome. There will be instructions at the bottom of this post for getting the podcast. Our homo View was lots of fun and funny, and we covered a LOT of topics--from the political to the... well, let's just say NOT political!

Second, starting tomorrow I will be laying out my posts in a new way to increase ease of use. Now I will summarize the news of the day at the top of the post, and then follow with links at the bottom. You can get a quick and easy at-a-glance look at LGBT news, and then if you like, follow through with links on the topics you wish, and scan right past those you'd rather ignore. I will still organize it in this order: On.D.C; STATE2STATE; PINK/BUCK; AROUND/THE/GLOBE; OFF/THE/MAP; and OURstory. Links will occur before OURstory and the TOAST at the end. I will start out with the biggest story (IMHO) of the day.

As promised, here is what you can do to download my latest appearance on Lundon-Calling: Visit http://www.lundon-calling.net/main/?cat=5 and click on Lundon Calling 30th Show 6/17/09 to download the show. It should begin playing immediately in quicktime. If you have any problems, comment or email me, and I'll be happy to help. This is not the feed the show is NORMALLY posted to and it has potential to move, so if it moves and you can't find it, let me know and I will fix this post.

TOAST TO IBRAHIM, MY GOOD BUDDY WHO FORWARDED A VERY VERY INTERESTING LEAD TO ME... MAY MEAN A NEW DIRECTION IN MY ACTIVISM!

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