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William J Jackson - The Uppity Negro

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This is show of William J Jackson. That somewhat mean man you may have come across in the social networks. He's a Fergusonian Negrotarian and he doesn't care bout your feelings. .

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Hey gang. This is Ricky L Hines of Americans United Again and William J Jackson of Father Teresa's Wine Cellar. In this episode of The Podcrastinators, Ricky reaches into the Black Bag and pulls out a Compton response for Sam... more

So we're going to riff about Phoenix Drake from the social networks.

Hey guys. We're back in the martha-fracking off season to talk about how we used to be Ig-nor-ant to lgbtqui issues. We didn't even know there was "tqui"... I didn't even know there was a "b". We're dong this episode live and we're gonna... more

The title of this show.... ummm... Well, I've done a show every day this week and then we also did this one on the fly. So the title is the curation of all that insane energy. I actually left some stuff out. Aniyah hit me up to shoot the sheight about... more

This is me Father Teresa typing this and I had a great time. I've been wanting to talk to another person about drag race for a few years now. Being able to document that conversation made it extra fun. I'm going to spend this week... more

This epispode represents where we'll be going ideologically and verbally. Also prodcution wise. When the season of Drag Race ends, this will be a general lgbt/philosophy show.

We pick right back up from the last episode. Aniyah drops the raw logical prediction at the end.

First half a long conversation...

This is the belligerance that this show would be without Aniyah Lashon keeping the sanity alive. This episode is just me Father Teresa giving my raw kind of reading my notes and kind of off the cuff review of the episode. And stay tuned... more

On today March 26th 2013 the supreme court will hear it's first case in the fight for marriage equality. Join your hosts Aniyah Layshon and Father Teresa as we discuss these cases and the possible rammifications following.
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