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Coming Friday Night: Uncle Abdul’s Madrassa

Posted by Thunder Pig on July 14, 2008

For immediate release. Old Glory Radio Network will begin a programming schedule for children starting July 18th 2008 with a debut on it’s regular live program, the Old Glory Radio Hour. 6:00pm P.S.T.

Speaking from the network headquarters in Northern California, programming Director Tom Fredriksen related: ” there is a growing need to devote time and resources toward the education of our youth. Old Glory is very proud to be able to offer this new programming.”

The complete new children educational line up will be announced later this summer.

Beginning this week will be the educational live studio show “Uncle Abdul’s Madressa” Starring, Uncle Abdul and The Little Sheik. Special guest, country singing star, Six Gun Sally.

For more information, visit Old Glory Radio

I plan on embedding the show here, but if I forget this is the Live Show Page, where you can watch other episodes of the show on demand 24/7.

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WNC Citizens Blog Partnering With County NC News

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 10, 2008


My group blog has another author, and will be sharing news with another website, County NC News, and from time to time will be simulcasting events on our websites. (You might have noticed our experiments).

Read more about it on County NC News and/or WNC Citizens Blog.

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West Carolina Report 0830

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 30, 2007

I have updated my news site, West Carolina Report for today and this post will serve as an Open Thread for that site.

I have also updated WNC Citizens Blog with a post regarding Elaine Lite, which may be commented on over there.

I will be helping a friend move, and will not be able to update me websites during the day today and tomorrow, Arrghh!!!.

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