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Weird Wednesday, Tommy Hawksblood and Tony R Elliott

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TONY R ELLIOTT, ACO Club, OF TEXAS an Author Reporter Returns to share as a Co-Host for our Authors Club Org, and ERA COP and COSMOS EXPO with regular TOMMY HAWKSBLOOD of HAWAII.Weird A.I. machine and today's lives and what is all around us with smart phones and new thinking in business and words we use. Theresa and Tommy are in relationship marketing and messages with permission of weird thoughts that focus on OBE, NDE, Life after Life, engaging cross platforms and change is common.Our message is it is okay to have weird experiences and to be the change in the constant of rapid learning. Working together to build the ACO Club and focus on the American Communications Online. We want to build our tribe and community to build relationships. We are friends and are experiencers and are about wholistic life and living until we cross over. We are now going to ask them to work together with us on Wednesdays and bring us some topics to get this going. We want to share weird unexplained happenings in words and focus on our platform in radio and friends.This is about Weird words to help women win their tribe and meeting in person annually. We have to learn to like each other and learn to agree to share time.ACO Club is an extension of thought to co-create a team. Empowering all of us as a team and a tribe that is loving and kind and we know we are lightworkers and truthseekers. We want to define intelligence inside the machine. We will begin knowing that we can someday cross over and for now using machinery to help us.  We want to learn how to build a tribe knowing that we are not alone in the universe. We are wanting to know how you are using words while we are being tracked by our smart phones by the words we use. We are about educating ourselves about the world and words we create.