Western Michigan Station WZZM / Channel 13 Recommends “Disruptive Play”

Shepherd
March 6, 2020

Western Michigan Station WZZM / Channel 13 Recommends “Disruptive Play”

Thank you, WZZM! This is the link > My West Michigan < is a fun, local, daytime TV show that found Disruptive Play a worthy enough hoot to recommend it to readers throughout Western Michigan. This COULD have an impact on our upcoming elections

(cue Goudoud’s Funeral March of a Marionette, theme song from Alfred Hitchcock Presents).

March is National Reading Month . . . that leaves 11 other months for tv binging . . . so crack a book!

 

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