AmeriNZ 155 – Today is tomorrow

amerinz_podcast_150x150It’s been nearly two weeks since my last solo podcast, so I thought today I’d update some things. I start by telling you what we did for Mothers’ Day (Fathers’ Day in NZ/Aus is the First Sunday in September). As winter begins, I tell you about news items: First, Auckland was ranked the fourth most liveable city in the world (Kiwis don’t care about that, really). Another survey found New Zealand was the 8th happiest country in the world out of ten. New statistics are out about marriages and civil unions. Who would the New Zealand Prime Minister “turn gay” for?

May is New Zealand Music Month, and if I can locate enough podsafe artists I may put together an episode sometime before the end of the month. At the end of June, I’ll be joining other GLBT podcasters in Pride48 in which we’ll all be doing live-streaming shows over Pride Weekend, starting at 7pm US Eastern Time on June 26. I don’t know what time I’ll be doing the live show, but I’ll let you know. There will also be a live chatroom so you can chat with me and other listeners.

Link for this episode
”We Are 4th!”
We’re number eight! my blog post on the recent survey about New Zealand.
Like a whole other country my blog post on civil unions and the Prime Minister’s “gay choice”.
Pride48 the GLBT podcaster live-streaming weekend next month.

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One thought on “AmeriNZ 155 – Today is tomorrow

  1. Great show as usual – I laughed when you talked about how Nigel was getting annoyed when you kept asking what was being said on the tv – at my house since I have a slight hearing loss in my one ear I have the closed captions on all of the time. When Joe (and other friends) first saw this they would give me grief but often you pick up things being said that you would miss otherwise and now everyone is used to it.

    Keep up the great work!

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