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Ep 28 – Live From Shrine Mont Art Camp

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Episode 28 of Marry Me! is now live! Click the picture above to subscribe on itunes.

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Following a long summer hiatus Marry Me is back with their first ever live episode! Over the past year, Kevin, Cullen and Susan have discussed camp on numerous occasions making this a fitting return live from Shrine Mont Art Camp. During the day Kevin and Cullen fielded questions from campers and then put on a live show for that night’s evening program. In the absence of Susan Daughtry, the two were joined by Episcopalian Bishop Susan Goff. Questions answered include: Why did they choose marriage? How do you actually get married? Why can you object at a wedding? Can you fart at a wedding? Can you say no to a proposal? and How do you kiss someone?

Camper names have been changed to protect the innocent (Thanks to James Robin Adams for providing the phony names)

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Special Thanks to Shrine Mont Camps for letting us record this evening program and distribute it online.

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The Annual #10 Arrives in One Week!

 

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On July 31st The Annual #10 will (finally) arrive, just in time for it to still be considered a July/August issue. This issue is jam packed with material from your favorite Annual writers and a new interview with Sara Benincasa. This issue contains (but is not limited to) up to the minute Bill Murray tracking, a glimpse at an upcoming Pixar movie*, a look into Craigslist, an in-depth breakdown of mystery Doritos flavors, illustrated Campfire stories and so much more! Side effects may include stubbed toes, broken hearts and a realization of one’s own mortality, so preorder The Annual #10 today!

*Upcomins pixar movie in the satirical sense. Pixar movie detailed is in no way being produced by Pixar. We mention this, because Disney is known to be sticklers for their copyrights.