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Tod Kelly

Tod is a writer from the Pacific Northwest. He is also serves as Executive Producer and host of both the 7 Deadly Sins Show at Portland's historic Mission Theatre and 7DS: Pants On Fire! at the White Eagle Hotel & Saloon. He is  a regular inactive for Marie Claire International and the Daily Beast, and is currently writing a book on the sudden rise of exorcisms in the United States. Follow him on Twitter.

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  1. Avatar Mike Schilling says:

    Take a look at my gun, friend
    It’s the only one I’ve got
    Not much of a weapon
    Never get to shoot a lot

    Drive the side streets, check for trouble
    Look around the neighborhood
    I see that one don’t belong here
    I’m hoping that nothing ensues
    But in case, I know what to do
    Report

  2. Avatar joey jo jo says:

    All the gold and the guns in the world couldn’t get you off
    All the gold and the guns and the girls couldn’t get you off
    All the boys, all the choices in the world

    I remember when we were gambling to win Everybody else said better luck next time
    I don’t wanna bend like the bad girls bend
    I just wanna be your friend, is it ever gonna be enough?Report

  3. Avatar Kolohe says:

    A symposium 146 years in the making.Report

  4. Avatar zic says:

    Hey,

    I’ve submitted a piece; I hope you’ll run some other day then the 3rd or 4th; I’ll be here and off the net. If you’re in the Boston area, you’d be welcomed to come and listen.Report

    • Avatar RTod in reply to zic says:

      Actually, at the moment you’re scheduled to go up after Burt, who I believe is next. (No hard guarantess, though.)

      Is your husband playing in Boston? Niki spent most of her adult single life in Cambridge, so it wouldn’t be unusual for one of us to be there now.. but sadly we are not.Report

      • Avatar zic in reply to RTod says:

        Yes he is. A first Thursday tradition.

        Inman Square has long been host to good jazz; before the Lily Pad, there was Ryles (which doesn’t have so much jazz any more, sigh.)Report

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