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my earthquake experience

The following video is not me or anyone I know, but I can relate to it because I’ve been there. And there’s a reason I picked this particular video after searching a few videos out there to choose from to

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the little bolivian boy

Perhaps some of you have heard me mention the Little Bolivian Boy once before. Yes, he has a name, as I’m sure all little Bolivian boys do. Both big and small. But I fear that naming him will get me

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  • 121. the show is bigger on the inside March 20, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney welcome special guest Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) to talk sheep, Madam CJ Walker, the best comedy to lighten any mood, and the brazen actions of one KFC and their donut chicken sandwich. Find the Progressive Army here¬†https://progressivearmy.com/ Support Stephanie Williams' Living Heroes Kickstarter here¬†https://www.kickstarter […]
  • 120. skumps! March 5, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney concur that the "12 times tables" are the worst of the multiplication tables. There's new designs in the indoob store (finally) and some upcoming cons and fests to wear said merchandise to, like Leaky Con! Later, we salute and celebrate Stephanie Williams who created the successful Kickstarter for her new comic "Livin […]
  • 119. the BAMF awards February 19, 2020
    Sterling reviews the Oscars (and the Super Bowl halftime show despite already discussing it last episode but failed to mention Shakira, J Lo and Janet Jackson). Kortney gives an update on the status of her novel. Reviews for Sonic the Hedgehog and They Will Have Us followed by BHF: Claudette Colvin, Leontyne Price and Pam Echols & the Fair Housing Act of […]