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I can’t tell you how happy I am about the feedback that I’ve been getting about The Less Desirables‘ latest feature, As Ardmore Turns. Yes, I’ve written about it before, but this has really taken off and we’ve gotten a lot of comments about it. I don’t know how much of it is people that are from or in the Ardmore neighborhood, those who live around it, those who know about or people that just think it’s funny. I like to think it’s several different scenarios or listeners, however, it doesn’t matter who they are as much as they’re having a good time listening. We thank the Right Reverend Cool (Bruce Cole) for bringing it to our fold.ardmoreturns

To quote a certain (recent) fan of the show: “LOVE the show!!” And, it’s not only that segment but the interaction we all have together, from what I’m hearing. I’d like to think that our new direction is serving the community, not only by bringing awareness to the citizens that make it great but also bringing awareness to the “citizens” that make it unique. That last part is about Ardmore, yes, but the community as a whole. We offer a comedic escape, even if it is over two hours long. We’re working to scale that back, but this week’s show was a mashup of both The Less Desirables and The Beer Dads, so our guest, Tamara Vander Lugt, had a lot to live through, but she seemed to have fun, too and gave as good as she got. She did great.

So, to you Dear Reader, if you’ve not listened to The Less Desirables before or just have taken a break, then we hope you consider giving it a shot (perhaps again?) and if you are a regular listener, we thank you from the bottom of our cold (not really) hearts for your support and hope that you can get your friends to listen, as well. We are having fun. You will have fun, too. I promise!

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

I’ve lost count of how many times I cried (from laughing), and I’m not finished yet! – Beth Massie Morris (about the show)