I was thrilled to learn today that Thom is moving to Washington DC, where his show will now be based. It is even more exciting because I too am moving to the Washington DC area next week! This is an amazing coincidence. My favorite progressive communicator and I are heading to the same place at the same time. Anyone else joining us??

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ggluck 5 years 20 weeks ago
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Those of us living here welcome you both!

Kimberly Hay's picture
Kimberly Hay 5 years 20 weeks ago
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Welcome to the DC area! Look forward to seeing everyone on the Mall October 2nd!!

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Gretchen Olson 5 years 20 weeks ago
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I'm a huge fan and have proudly claimed you as a fellow Oregonian. While I won't be able to do that anymore, I'll continue listening daily and urging everyone else to do so, too. Wishing you all the best in D.C. May you, your family, and terrific show THRIVE!!

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