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TAC-D RADIO’S NEWEST COMEDY PROJECT! FUNNY AMERICA ON TONIGHT!

BRAD MERRIMAN – JOURNALIST/TACDNEWS – On Tuesday September 10th, TAC-D Radio rolls out it newest project: Funny America!  The Host, Stoney and his co-host stand-up comedian, Heather Begley, invite two working standup comedians on the show for some improv and bantering about the recent happenings in America. The show is informative, yet fun and HILARIOUS!  The show starts tonight at 9pm pacific time. You can hear the show at http://www.tacdradio.com/funny-america.html . (some adult language may be used, parental guidance is suggested).  Tonights guests include: Deek Anderson and Jimmy Shaw! TELL YOUR FRIENDS!  

 #FUNNY #comedyX #americaX #funnyamericaX #comediansX #radioX #talkradioX #talkX #internetX #internetradio

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One thought on “TAC-D RADIO’S NEWEST COMEDY PROJECT! FUNNY AMERICA ON TONIGHT!

  1. I want to know how an eight year old got a hold of a loaded gun in the first place!

    Posted by Jenn | August 25, 2013, 1:08 pm

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