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We’re no longer doing Facebook Live because Facebook sucks. So tonight’s episode of Facebook Live will be the first one ever on our YouTube channel. Subscribe to it and get alerts by clicking here. You can do the same exact shit you can do on Facebook except the stream is faster. The only difference is YouTube isn’t a social media network so your friends won’t get alerts to it, so we ask that once we go live you share it on Facebook. Fuck Facebook. They’ve come after all of us and it’s time to start driving traffic away from them.
With that said we’ll be starting the show tonight at 9:30 and rumor is Bristol Turtlechick will be joining us since everyone loves here and she’s had two of the biggest blogs of the week. Make sure you create a Google user name if you want to comment and ask questions. Or just use your gmail account.
One of the topics on the agenda this week is the drag queens reading to kids in the Worcester Public Library. As you may know, one of these gems was my former student at Shepherd Hill. We welcome him, and pretty much any student who has ever had a beef with me and wants to give me a piece of their mind now that they can no longer get in trouble for doing so, to come onto the show and air their grievances.
Here’s what’s on tap.