Is Thom okay? Blog hasn't been updated and all the shows have been rebroadcasts for a week now.

There's no sign of Thom anywhere, the website is like an empty, abandoned house - with, maybe , ghosts walking around it.

Anybody know what's up?

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Mark J. Saulys's picture
Mark J. Saulys 4 years 25 weeks ago
#1

Oh, never mind, the show's moving to a new building.

Last time he disappeared, about two or three years ago, he was gone for a month. I thought he was getting a French factory workers vacation. I was seriously jonesing but was glad he was getting time down, didn't want him burning out. Then I found out he almost died of cancer.

vernone's picture
vernone 4 years 25 weeks ago
#2

Almost died of cancer? What happened there? I'm a regular follower and hadn't heard of that.......

gumball's picture
gumball 4 years 25 weeks ago
#3

I believe it was his wife.

SueN's picture
SueN 4 years 25 weeks ago
#4

They still have some testing to do, so the show won't be back live until Tuesday, now. Sorry about that.

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