WCQ115 Amy Matheny & Thoughts on Pride

Host: Amy Matheny

Dish: This is a solo show by Amy. She shares her thoughts on pride and talks with some folks after the True Colors show here in Chicago.

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Jeff S: Dear Peter/Amy! Thanks for the podcast..It was great...I like the Mitchell Fain train ride..Jews sometimes take trains-only by suburbs...I agree w/ u Amy -come out to somebody and be proud...The true Colors thing seem like alot of fun...My friend sent me over 85 slides on it. I have yet to open all of them...I hope ppl listening to the podcast will have the chance to check out idol next season...It was great and I am glad dan won too-just havent seen him that much out...As for everything else,I love the talk on sex on the train and the kagel action not koogel-thats hilarious..We jews know it and love koogel...Take good care,Jeff s ps..congrats to under 30 crowd

Randy: Amy is hilarious! The train ride was better than the concert.


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