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LC--52: WHO COULD HAVE PREDICTED ONE YEAR..

Check out my newest blog over at Lundon Calling: Show 52--Who could have predicted one year of Lundon Calling!

Wednesday Lance, Ace and Phil got together to celebrate one year of Lundon Calling with Episode 52! The talk show that’ll get you high gave you the low down on how it all came together, and where we’re going in year two! We also announced a short hiatus over the holidays. We will be back early in the new years. Ace did let our audience know that his computer problems are a major reason for our need for a hiatus, and we would really appreciate it if our listeners visited our PayPal account and help ole Ace get the show up and running again! (while we’re at it, ole Phil’s going to need a new machine soon… but we’ll cross that bridge later).

What did we talk about in Episode 52? One of Ace’s favorite topics: the psychic world! Do you believe in the psychic world? Have you ever experienced clairvoyance? You ever moved something with telekinesis? Do you have ESPN?

Ace has strong connections to the spiritual world, and talks to us about them in Episode 52. Where we’ll go next, we’ll never know. You have any ideas for Ace? You should email him or post them as comments on our blogs–we love to hear from you.

As today was Transgender Day of Remembrance, I wanted to wish everyone a very peaceful, safe, happy and hate-free weekend! If you celebrated TDOR anywhere, let me know where, and about what you did. I spent TDOR with the good kids of Urbana High School’s GSA, here in Urbana, Illinois, and we had a candlelight vigil over at Carle Park. Those kids were amazing! I posted a few pics up over at my Ameriqueer twitter account, check them out at http://twitter.com/ameriqueer!

See y’all next week!

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