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I'm not a blogger but...

I'm a panelist on a new radio show called Bloggers Delight. It's basically a bunch of opinionated Blogger's scouted by Mr Silk and Miss Lala (no they aren't a couple, the Mr & Miss just coincidental (I think)) having a round table discussion about current affairs. When I say current affairs, I'm not talking that Government type of politics, I'm talking political stuff like popular celeb stories to lacefront weaves, and other stuff us normal people regularly converse/debate about. Conversate is a better word than converse, why isn't it a real word?

Check out the website, meet the panel, (mandem there are a few hot girls in there so check the pics if you can't be arsed to read. One of the hot girls faces isn't on the site sadly, but truss me!!! And they have brains too), listen back to the shows, but most importantly, tune in to Bang 103.6 FM

Check the website out here: Bloggers Delight

Ohhhhhhhhhh yeah, my pic is the same as my Twitter pic. Why? No I'm not showing off that I met Keri Hilson, but I don't take pictures. "Photophobia, no Kodak moments" - Lil Wayne 'Carter I' interlude from Tha Carter II (you bandwagon hoppers wouldn't know that). They took that pic from my Twitter, because I didn't submit a different pic.

Why is it your Twitter pic if you're not trying to show off? Well at the time, it was the most recent pic I had taken.

"Why have you got a pic with Keri Hilson if..." Arghhhhhhhh shadup!!! Stop asking questions. I took it because I take one with most of the artists I interview to use as my Facebook profile pic to promote, but also to document it so I remember and can show my kids in years to come.

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