Wednesday, February 15, 2017

 

Islam unleashed


We return to broadcasting after our host has, hopefully, recuperated from a sudden impact of illness. LIVE, Thursday, Feb. 16 at 9 p.m. EST, the show greets IQ al Rassooli, Islam scholar and author of volumes, including “Idiot’s Guide to Islam” and “Lifting the Veil: The True Faces of Muhammad and Islam,” among them. Rassooli is an Arabian speaker, born in Iraq, with a penchant for spreading the word to progressives about dangers in the midst of the new millennium. He also has a great laugh and you will hear it as Rassooli and our host talk with and at one another.

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Sunday, February 05, 2017

 

The tender state of life, updated


What happened to Cotolo Chronicles on Feb. 2? It did not broadcast and there were no social media reasons of excuses. On SRN One that night, it was announced that the show would not air due to the host's unexpected bout with illness. No details ensued.

The details will surface on Thursday, Feb. 16, when the host returns to his post fit as a fiddle and in fine fettle. How the absence of the host relates to the themes and algorithm of the show will be explored. Suffice it to write that the show's host is doing well, meeting all of his commitments and making more as the tender state of life inside of him negotiates, as it does with all of us, with the very nature of existence.

Thank you,
Morgan Solitude,
Spokesperson
Fat Tuesday Productions



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