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WTFH Radio, Saturday

Alright, Fandom, listen up because I've got shite to do.

Lecter took the kids to Mongolia and didn't bring back any food for the teacher's lounge, Dante was earwormed at Groovy Tunes, and Summer was watching classic bad science fiction in the second floor common room.

Right. Done. Now fuck off.

*click*

WTFH, Friday

Okay, you know what? I don't got a lot of time for this, so let's get through this fast, all right?

Defence Class spent a lot of time hitting things with swords - favorite hobby of mine - and in Vehicle Class we had a movie day.

That weird guy at Turtle and Canary spent his day being weird by yelling about sleep. And the new girl has been poking around the shelves at Groovy Tunes. Look, Starsmore, I don't do reshelving, okay?

... Unless there's interesting *microphone feedback* in there.

Otherwise, besides the garden chess at Luke's, not a whole lot of *feedback* going on. Good, 'cause I'm late for work. Later!
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Fandom Radio, Thursday July 20th

*Angry chittering*

Yeah, yeah, I'm late, I know. Sorry, yo, them weird weekends always screw up my sense of time. Spent all day yesterday thinkin' it was Tuesday. But it was Wednesday, an' here's everythin' that happened yesterday.

School started off with Fightin' an' Fabulosity got to go to the mall an' pick out clothes that were cute an' capable of concealing weapons. Man, that sounds like a class Sophie would teach, too. Also, my apologies for folks out there wearin' clothes designed for ladies an' think that pockets are for chumps. Healin' Power of Crystals had a rant from Deadpool about folks not takin' his class seriously. This bein' the same class he bough fifty cent crystals for. Go figure. Magic of Plants was temporarily turned into Magic of Puppies for the day, an' Zack stopped by to chat with Karla. Over in the Library, the books were puttin' on a literal three-ring circus, but Peridot didn't pay any attention at all.

Dorms had an upset Ada from the weekend, but Isabela showed up to help comfort her an' I ain't lookin' at anythin' you squirrels are doin', dammit. Ain't my business.

In Town, Groovy Tunes was tryna drive Lucille mad with terrible music. Covent Gardens is debatin' carryin' "sorry I turned into somethin' weird" bouquets, an' Ino was back in uniform at Pick Your Poison, with Lucille comin' in to see what exactly was bein' sold.

That's it for notes an' that's it for me! Have a good week y'all!
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Fandom Radio, July 19th

No, I had a perfectly normal weekend.

*disappointed chitters*

Yeah, that's not making feel any worse about whatever it was skipping me.

There were classes up at the School, where Archaeology sorted valuable garbage from junk, and Try Not to Die went to a desert in Namibia, but apparently it's too hard if there are dragons and bears. Khadgar read about alternate dimensions in the Library.


Once more, the Dorms were pretty quiet, and in Town, Lucille and Peridot were on the beach, talking about umbrellas and robot ducks, as you do. Miracle Guy stayed home 'repairing his cart'. Summer cleaned at Needful Things, the music was complaint worthy at Groovy Tunes, Taako realised the futility of looking for an invisible umbrella at Fantasy CostCo, Nathan sent apology notes to people who wanted bouquets from Covent Gardens, Zack had to deal with singing frogs at Furnado, the stock rooms were misbehaving at the Post Office, and Hannibal cooked and served for two students' date. Which isn't at all creepy.

Fandom Radio- Tuesday, July 18

Good morning, Fandom. I'm glad yesterday seemed to have been fairly normal, as far as anything here is ever normal. This is Rey, with your morning notes.

At school, Science class had a chicken and talked about animals and someone called Darwin, Getting to Know Your Own Backyard took it easy with a moon walk, and Understanding Holidays learned about Halloween. Summer and Gratuity talked about the weekend and a conversation they'd had, and the rest of us had to show off costumes. And Gratuity spent her library shift explaining to people back home why she didn't call this weekend.


In town, Alluka was at Demon Marcus, telling her bunny how glad she was that she had a normal weekend. You and me both. Jyn and Hannibal did not, with him offering her some information he remembered, and this all feels very strange to read on radio so I won't. At MCA, Hera and Kanan had a well-earned dinner, and at Luke's, Eliot wanted to set out comfort foods after the weekend. Kanan came in to apologize for missing his shift and to talk about... being embarrassed about not being a cat?

*chittering*

Oh. That's what happens when you change back? Oh.

Anyway, Parker required waffles in order to process the weekend, and Eliot and Hardison just got clingy. Shiemi was mixing something together at Covent Garden, and Kenzi had post-weekend specials at Caritas.

That's all I have. Just remember, this coming weekend will probably be normal.
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Fandom Radio, Monday, July 17th

Oh look, notes. Many notes. Apparently the island was weird this weekend. I'd say I didn't notice, but I turned back from being a tooka just in time to be chased down by a Jedi Master who's been dead for three-thousand years, so...

Actually Long Enough To Warrant A Cut Radio! )
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Fandom Radio, Sunday, July 16th

Hey folks, Clint Barton here and... yep, it looks like we're having another fun weekend. And hey, for once I'm not affected. I promise to only gloat about that a little bit, so the island doesn't strike me down from inside the radio station.

Okay, let's see. At the school, Ahsoka had a normal shift at the library, aside from Tony spending eight hours on research for some reason, and Ahsoka getting a visit from a Master Kiwiiks. Hopefully, that was a welcome visit and not a weird one.

The dorms were nice and quiet, so I'm hoping that means you all somehow escaped whatever's going on. I know, I'm crazy. In town, Noah woke up at Eliot's place, along with Miss Parker who wanted to know if Eliot had kidnapped her. Eliot managed to convince her that this was the island's doing, not his, and also tried to get Noah calmed down. Above Luke's, there was a Cathy stuck in the attic, talking to a raven bird at the window, and it looks like Stiles and Derek came to visit Mike, except Stiles woke up next to someone named Clark who was clean-shaven and raised by farmers. Okay, you can't tell me that's not at least a little funny. Stiles was certainly amused when he told Mike, and Mike did well meeting Clark and staying cool about the whole thing.

Tony seems to have woken up as a teenager, and so did Steve, so I have a new pre-coffee mission for my day. Liam was confused about where he was when he woke up, and when Magnus brought coffee for, well, the usual Liam, he explained to the current Liam where he was. If you're getting a headache, blame Fandom. Someone named Scaramouche the Merciless woke up in town before going to flirt with the baristas at the Perk, and Galen woke up in Hannibal and Jono's place, but he fed their cats so I'm assuming he's a good guy. Master Kiwiiks also fed the pets she found, and I feel like that needs to be a sign in everyone's apartment: "If you've randomly ended up here, please fed my cats/dogs/whatever, oh and here's the wifi password."

Summer went to the park with an entourage of Mortys - look, I just read this stuff, I've long since stopped trying to understand it - and ran into Tip, who was looking for her cat. Summer told Tip about the Giant Heads who rule her world, and Tip told her how crazy that sounded, but Summer insisted they're wonderful. Riiight. She also ran into Mufasa, a talking lion who insisted he wasn't going to eat her, and Tip and Mufasa tried to figure out where they were. Peggy also didn't know where she was, but she ended up getting into a fight with Tip for being an old-fashioned racist, and had to convince Summer that she wasn't going to battle her and her Mortys.

I think that's the bit of strangeness I'm going out on because it looks like I'm out of notes. Uh, I know I usually tell you all to stay safe, but I really mean it this time, okay?

WTFH, Friday

Hey Fandom, it's another summer day or whatever. Hope you're enjoying your Friday before going wild over the weekend.

Lookin' at these notes... Vehicle class started off talking about battle-wagons. Which we apparently have to build, because reasons, I guess? Mine needs a ton of spikes. Meanwhile Defence made people reenact invasions.

... Great plan. [Feedback]ing fantastic.

Outside in town, Jarrus was waving a laser sword around in the park. Okay, that is definitely the worst idea of the week, old guy. Hera showed up to play with his dog, and somewhere down the line, he turned into a cat-thing...? Guess karma for laser swords goes quick.

And I got a new colleague at Groovy Tunes, who showed up wearing leather. Couple of points for that. Magnus turned up and old-timed at him like the weird dude he is, and I said hi.

Lecter decided that the best way to prep for making food for teenagers is reading message boards. People still use message boards? Dude. Just go on Tumblr or whatever. Starsmore managed to spend all of five minutes with the guy before turning into a snake. Harsh. Animals are a thing today, huh?

Anyway, that's all of yesterday's news, I am out. Later. *click*
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Sup, Fandom. This is Hardison an' my Nana's just discovered the concept of 'Throwback Thursday' so guess who woke up to bein' tagged in, like, a hundred pictures from high school? Why ain't there a statute of limitations on that nonsense?

Anyway, I'mma read notes real quick then write a virus to destroy alla Facebook, so you should probably back stuff up while you can before I burn Zuckerberg's digital palace to the ground.

So, startin' off, we got School. Healin' Power of Crystals, which I still can't believe is a thing, got to, uhh, experiment? With some magic crystals. Which came in a bucket of glitter. An' had price tags still on 'em. Fightin' an' Fabulosity tackled the most important half of her class title, bein' fabulous. An' no, anyone who's seen me rock a tux an'/or seen me in a fight knows I ain't bein' sarcastic. Magic of Plants used the Danger Shop to learn how to make inks outta various plants, on the off-chance Bic ever goes outta business. At the Library, Peridot was lookin' up the definition of pride because the weekend confused her. Yo, someone help a space-rock out?

Dorms was quiet, bein' the one good thing about this mornin', but stuff was goin' on up in Town. Ino patched herself up after a bad run-in with poison, an' Zack was there to help keep her standin'. That, uhh, sounds pretty bad.

But I guess it was okay, because a few hours later, Ino opened up Pick Your Poison an', I'm just sayin', ain't nobody woulda blamed you for takin' the day off. Covent Gardens saw Peter takin' orders for National Chicken Wing Day, which is not the store I assumed would need to worry about that an' Lucille was at Groovy Tunes, workin' in absolute silence.

That's all I got for today folks! Now excuse me, gotta go destroy your only method of keepin' in touch with your father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate.
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Fandom Radio, July 12th

Let's see what we have here.

Up at the School, Archaeology watched a movie, while Try Not To Die went to Antarctica, which explains why Leroy is currently being chipped out of ice. Apparently the students weren't very happy either, since they were throwing snow at Anakin, or at least thinking about it, turning blue, and learning new curses.

My Dorms notes are a drawing of a cricket, so either nothing happened again, or there was a fun new invasion. While in Town, Raven was forced to listen to old music at Groovy Tunes, Taako couldn't find his umbrella at Fantasy CostCo, Kathy had discounts at Dite's, but there were definitely none at Turtle and Canary, there were teacup issues at Needful Things, chicken issues at Covent Gardens and puppies at Furnado, though that wasn't an issue was far as Karla was concerned. Finally Kitty made rainbow drinks at Caritas.

Fandom Radio- Tuesday, July 11

*sound of door closing somewhat normally, as if someone is getting used to this being ~a thing~*

Good morning. This is Rey. *shuffling papers* And there's barely anything to read but I'm already here so I might as well do it.

In school, Getting to Know Your Own Backyard went to visit an asteroid belt, Science class had some interesting theories as to what causes rainbows- it's light refraction- and Holidays class got a movie day. Also in the library, Gratutity had books on, um, sexuality out, including some she'd rather not read.

And in town, Shiemi was fielding calls at Covent Gardens about the appropriate flowers for National Chicken Wing Day. And to think, class today didn't cover that holiday.

That's all I have so I guess I'll see you next week.
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Fandom Radio, Monday, July 10th

You know, I was actually kind of disappointed all those flowers were gone this morning on my way to the radio station? Then again, my dog no longer has natural camoflage anymore, so that's a plus. Good morning, Fandom. This is Kanan Jarrus, and here's the news.

Which all happened in town, once again to my eternal relief. We'll get the businesses out of the way first; everything was rainbows both at Luke's for my shift and at The Magic Box for Anders', though Anders got a bonus visit from Dante to go with them. They talked about whether Anders was going to stop by the picnic in time to see Dante on stage with the band. And then Magnus rushed in stopped by to ask what was up with the rainbows and whether the Magic Box sold food. You missed out on a golden opportunity to eat rainbow pancakes, Magnus. Swing by Luke's sometime. We do have food.

Being a restaurant and all.

Looks like everything else we have this weekend is the Pride Picnic, which was a little bit like a carnival of rainbows with bonus free birth control. I can appreciate that. There was the requisite mingling, where, after a quick dip in Kathy's cleavage - sigh - Dante surfaced with a friendship bracelet. That was not where I was afraid this note would go, and I'm thankful for that.

Being a picnic, there was food, supplied by Dr. Lecter, naturally. Leto was impressed by how much Earth food can be turned into rainbows - I know that feeling - though Dr. Lecter lamented the difficulty of finding anything naturally blue around this planet. Don't get me started. Your milk is weird. Liam found his attention grabbed by the edible glitter, but he stuck around to chat with Dr. Lecter about Liam's past credentials as law enforcement back where he's from.

There were games, like a ball pit that my dog almost dragged me into, and a kraken slide that Kathy skinned her butt on. Aren't you glad the whole island knows this now, Kathy? And there were booths, occupied by Fandom folk. Sparkle was selling flags for charity, and he chatted a little about the meanings of them with Lucille before she offered to make a donation. Tony was surprised that Sparkle wasn't selling clothing, but Sparkle pointed out that clothes are a little expensive for someone who is supplying the merchandise out of pocket for the charity booth. Somehow this conversation turned to Tony blowing up a kitchen with pie, and that's a story I'd love to hear someday. Peter had a booth selling flowers for charity as well, following Sparkle's lead. Tough luck about the island supplying those already, Peter. Bet you really couldn't see that coming. And finally, Kathy was at the Dite's booth with free pamphlets and condoms, as well as friendship bracelets - in plastic containers, not in her cleavage - and hair wraps. I was wondering about those. Sparkle swung by to rainbow flag knight her into some manner of sex nobility, Anders was charged four kisses for a hair wrap, and Eliot swung by to have Kathy tell him that nobody had stopped by her booth for sex advice. You have no idea how relieved I, as the guy reading these notes, am to hear that.

Finally, there was the stage, where Dante played a Lady Gaga cover on his guitar - none of these words mean anything to me - until Jono showed up so they could start covering Queen, with Dante on vocals. Kathy stopped by to heckle, which meant that Dante was dragging her up onto the stage to do a rendition of Somebody to Love, which the squirrels assure me was fabulous.

And that looks like all the notes, just in time for me to grab some caf before running off to class. So, take care, Fandom. Until next week.
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Fandom Radio, Sunday, July 9th

Hey folks, Clint Barton here, and I hope you're all having a fun Pride weekend. It looks like all these notes are about the parade, so let's see what happened there. Everything started on the causeway; Hannibal was impressed by Sparkle's broad and inclusive collection of Mardi Gras beads, and he made sure Jono knew he was proud of him for being at the parade. Eliot complimented Hardison on his sign, and tried to convince Hannibal that a rainbow-colored cowboy hat wasn't a total fashion crime. Parker had water for herself and Eliot and Hardison, and she and Eliot agreed to keep an eye on Hardison to make sure he didn't overdo it. Aww.

The parade made its way through town, where Raven caught up with Jono, and they talked about the difference between bi and pansexuality. Lucille and Cassandra watched the parade, agreeing that it was louder and brighter than others they'd seen, and talked about how same-sex relationships work where they're from. Lucille also made plans with Hannibal to talk to him after the parade. Sparkle got excited at Atton about the rainbows the island was putting out - that was very nice of her, I have to admit - and Kathy was cheering everyone on from the sidelines, and Dante and Anders stopped to make plans with her for later. Tip and Summer watched the parade together since they'd never been to a Pride thing before, and Raven joined Kathy in watching since she didn't feel comfortable walking in the parade with so many people around. Aww.

After the parade, a lot of folks stuck around in the park. Sparkle was excited to see Leto, who'd come to visit for the festivities, and Peter made Sparkle's day even more by giving him rainbow roses. Hannibal and Lucille did, in fact, catch up with each other and talked about how the parade went overall.

It sounds like a fun day was had by all, and apparently there's a picnic today, so be sure to check that out too.
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WTFH, Saturday

Hm? What, today? *sigh* Very well, I have a parade to get to, so give me those notes.

Good morning, Fandom. This is Doctor Hannibal Lecter; apparently Mr. Constantine is unavailable this morning. Today is Pride, and I see that even the island is getting into the spirit.

*chittering cheers*

And the squirrels have little flags. Why not? Differing sexualities are hardly exclusive to humans, or even primates.

In any event, here is the news from yesterday.

In classes, Vanessa was surprised to find out she's teaching alien conspiracy theories. She blamed Wade, which seems like a very safe bet, but went on regardless with introductions. And in my class on international cuisine, we handled introductions at a restaurant in São Paulo where we ate Brazilian food. Except for the student who can't eat, and whom I hope will not be dreadfully bored the entire term.


Over in town, Liam arrived at the Trooper Station to an argument between two of the troopers as to whether they really saw a creature in the sewers that one calls a sewer sprite and the other a shit pixie. *pause* This being Fandom, I'm not going to make a guess as to which is right, though I will say that sewer sprite seems a more genteel name, should a possibly hypothetical sewer creature care about that.

At the junkyard, Hera was having some difficulty figuring out what some of the "mystery metal objects" at the junkyard are, and then Kanan dropped by with lunch.

Dante was at Groovy Tunes, failing to convince the sound system to play anything but jazz. Hm. Which might not be a bad thing, depending upon the jazz.

And Kathy was in her apartment crafting things and preparing for Pride, which included pamphlet-folding and bracelet-making. Eliot brought her lunch, then confused her by suggesting many sorts of elaborate friendship bracelet styles.

And that seems to be all of the news that I have here, so I'm heading off for the causeway to begin the parade. I hope that everybody has a lovely day today and that I see you all there, and don't forget the picnic tomorrow. Thank you.

*more chittering cheers*

WTFH, Friday

Hey, Fandom. 'sup? It's a pretty good Friday so far, besides the part where you made me roll out of bed.

Vehicle Proficiency actually got to the vehicles right outside the bat, which is better than their track-record last term. Defence class went straight to the dragon-fighting - seriously? That sounds kinda cool. And...

*rustling*

... that's it. I got out of bed for this shit? [feedback] [feedback]

*chittering*

I was having a good time-- anyway, I'm out. Later.
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Fandom Radio, Thursday July 6th

Yo, leave off. Yeah, I'm late. It's too hot to move fast. Gimme the notes an' lemme get on with it, okay?

School had the first week introductions. Fightin' an' Fabulosity had students pick their choice of weapons as an introduction technique. Were there computers? I do alla my fightin' over computer. An' somehow, Dante already had to stay after class, but the squirrels won't tell me why. They just keep squeakin' 'OOOoooOOOH' an' pantominin' bein' in trouble. Helpful, guys. The Healin' Power of Crystals has...some kinda introductions. I mean, they talked? Look, Deadpool wanted stories about crystals or strippers an' the students complied an' I don't wanna know who talked about which. Xanthippe didn't seem excited to be his TA again, but her rant was directed at Deadpool who was all just shrug emoji about it. Then Karla is back--Eliot will be happy to hear that--with Magic of Plants an' started off havin' the class make papyrus. Wait, is there no--nope! There were still introductions, she had the class play two truths an' a lie. She thanks Lucille for bein' her TA an' then Hannibal dropped by with chocolates.

Man, ain't no one brought me chocolates when I was teachin'.

The Library had Peridot with some gremlin bodyguards an' I don't even wanna know the rest of that story.

Town is quiet, everyon' restin' up after the holiday, but my girl Tali has a work ethic, showin' up at Stark's to work on a drone.

An' I'm out, 'bout to go enjoy air conditionin' like a civilized human.
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Fandom Radio, July 5th

Do I even want to know why the place looks like this?

*hungover chittering*

Well, you should know better by now.

And classes were back at the School, with Archaeology improvising 'friendly chats' which is usually an euphemism. Hyacinthe was confused about what he'd signed up for then lied about a bunch of things. Then Aphra took over Try Not To Die because Anakin had a bad hair day, which was somehow different to his hair on every other day, and took the class to Australia. She did bring all of them back, right?

While in the Library, Khadgar read books about aeroplanes instead of fireworks.

The Dorms were still quiet, while in Town, Summer read cookbooks at Needful Things, the flowers were festive at Covent Garden, and Zack looked after animals at Furnado as opposed to looking after root vegetables.

There was a party in the Park with food provided by Hannibal. Kanan was mostly interested in Summers Jello mold though. Miracle-Guy introduced himself to Hannibal, Hera had Kanan's dog, Alice had two people answering her questions about fireworks, and Eliot and Hardison admiring her look, before going off to talk to each other about burgers. Also the wrong flags were up as decorations. Summer's Jello molds continued to be an object of weird fascination, and Octavia stumbled on the party accidentally. As you do.

Since she was missing the party, Kitty stuck fireworks in the drinks at Caritas, though only Liam was game enough to take her up on.

Fandom Radio- Tuesday, July 4

*door closes without slamming for once*

Right, good morning. I understand this is a holiday so happy whatever this is supposed to be about.

At school, Science class talked about sciencing more and then did introductions, Getting to Know Your Own Backyard did introductions and then went to the sun- everyone's fine- where Peebee got to learn about Aurebesh and Hera offered to teach Khadgar the non-takeoff and landing parts of flying. And Understanding American Holidays learned a little about today and did introductions, and happy birthday to my teacher.

And then in town Eliot had to convince the Luke's staff that yesterday was not the Fourth of July, and that's all I have.

So have fun today, and don't blow anything up that was not intended to be blown up.
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Fandom Radio, Monday, July 3rd

Huh. There are actually notes today besides the same four. Would you look at that?

*Chittering*

... Yeah, I know you've already seen them. You wrote them. It was an expression.

*Chittering* Yeah, whatever. Give me those before I change my mind about reading this. At least everything was in town again, that's good. We've got Octavia - you guys sure you didn't just leave the 'n' off of Octavian? No? Okay, so someone new - Octavia waking up after some bad dreams in the MCA, and Bellamy running in to check up on her, and she told him a bit about what's up. Elsewhere in town, Doctor Lecter was out and about, hanging posters advertising an Independence Day party in the Park tomorrow. That's the big 'yay America' thing, right? Maybe I'll check it out. Looks like Summer ran into him and wound up volunteering to make a... jello mold?

*Chittering*

... Yeah, I'd probably still try that.

And then we've got the usual bunch of notes. Sparkle at Demon Marcus being bummed out about missing Canada Day, but then getting excited again when he heard about next weekend's Pride. What and what?

*Chittering*

Yeah, I don't know what 'hugging a mountie' is supposed to mean, but hey, great to know that humans on Earth will still find the stupidest reasons to oppress people. Good on you guys for having the guts to stand up, though. Maybe I'll show up to cheer you on.

Over at Luke's, the staff were all collecting on bets when Summer showed up to tell me about her new phone. Hard luck on that last one, Summer. Hopefully this one will last you a while, and the number of boob pictures people keep sending you will ease off a bit. Unless you're into that. At the Boards, Jono asked the band what kind of music they'd like to play for Pride. He and Dante discussed the possibility of just doing heavy metal covers of Queen songs, and seriously, I don't know what half my notes today are actually talking about. Great. Peebee talked with Dante a little bit about Pride and the concept of gender binary, which led into a chat about going to the mainland wearing a helmet versus pretending 'it's just cosplay?'

*Chittering*

Ooooh. Yeah, there are a few people around the island with that problem. We could probably gather up all the aliens around here with lekku or head tendrils or non-human colored skin and do a group run to the mainland together if there's anything anybody wanted to check out over there. Anyway. Notes. Jono and Peebee talked for a little while about Pride as well, and about oppression, before the conversation turned to talk about messing with people using his flames. And Dr. Lecter said he mostly has to tap out because he's taking care of the food - hey, can anyone attend this Pride picnic thing? - but he'd be interested in playing a few songs for their heavy metal Queen... thing.

Last but not least, Atton walked into Caritas and announced that last week was the most boring week. Which the band took to mean he was trying to jinx them. What is it with people automatically assuming that, anyway? The island's going to throw stupid poodoo at us no matter what we say.

*Chittering* *thunk*

Hey! No throwing acorns!

*thunk! thunk thunk thunk thunk thunk-*

I swear, I'm gonna--
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Fandom Radio, Sunday, July 2nd

Hey everyone, Clint Barton here with a usual-sized pile of notes. That's always a good sign of a peaceful weekend.

Over at the school, Ahsoka meditated on the library desk. Like, on top of it? *chittering* I guess that's better than under it or something. In town, Jono was making posters for next weekend's Pride Weekend at Groovy Tunes, and Octavia came in because she was curious what the store is all about. Taako got Fantasy Costco all decorated in red, white, and blue because, as he told Magnus, his boss wanted him to, but he didn't know what the colors were for. I don't know if these are guys who should be informed about the concept of fireworks, but if anyone's wondering, Google the Fourth of July and the whole thing will make a little more sense.

Now I'm thinking about apple pie, mmmm. I'd better get out of here before I make myself hungrier. Have a good one, folks!