Join Me as I Get Bipolar on the Radio This Weekend! (Internet Radio)

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Hey, everyone--

Just wanted to invite you all to tune in this weekend when I'm a guest on LA Talk Radio's "Bipolar Nation" this weekend! LA Talk Radio is LA's premiere Internet radio site, and "Bipolar Nation," Bert Hamaoui and Susan Schofield's talk show, explores current controversies all things political, social, and entertainment.

This weekend, we'll be talking about reality TV (how much of it is "real?"), this week's provocative finale of The Bachelor, and all things television! And feel free to call in with questions, disagreements, or just to raise hell and push buttons!

Here's the scoop...

WHEN: Sunday, March 8, 10 a.m.
WHERE: streaming live
CALL-IN NUMBER: 323-203-0815

Hope to talk to you all this weekend!


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