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Frangela: On Stephanie Miller Show



FRANGELA







I have to share this!  Frangela are Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton, and they are funny and they are going to be on Stephanie Miller's show.


When: Friday, December 19th
What time:  9 A.M. Arizona Time,  8 A.M. P.S.T.

You can find Stephanie Miller at the following:

Free Speech TV  Online.
Stephanie Miller's Web Site.
Locally in Arizona her show airs on 1480 Progressive Radio
If you have Satellite, you can view her show on Free Speech TV as
well at Dish 9415 and Direct at 348


Check out Frangela's web site, to see where they are and what they are doing.
They have a fresh blend of topical humor with a comedic sense that is just too funny.


I am so thrilled that they liked my web site.
You can view my work here.

I literally stop what I am doing and listen to them! They are that funny. 

Not just ha ha funny, but I think I fell off my chair funny.


I know I will be watching for sure.

Be sure to record, if you can, or watch online.

This is my first blog on this new space.
I really wanted a fast way to put information up and online.


Please, spread the word.

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