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Therese Catherine Ellis
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An American multi instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who collaborates in the project Thunder the Radar.
An American multi instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who collaborates in the project Thunder the Radar.

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Just found out that we may be on a bit earlier... so tune in at Noon to hear Thunder the Radar on KYGT Idaho Springs.
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Come see Thunder the Radar at Angelo's 1959 S Broadway. We begin at 4:20!
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Anyone who hasn't begun following Thunder the Radar - please do! This is the new (and improved) project! In it, Steven Denny and I collaborate to created a fusion of gypsy, indie rock, flamenco, and mid-eastern musics. Please share if you likeee! <3
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Come see Thunder the Radar at Cannon Mine Coffee tonight, 7:30-10:30. 210 S. Public Rd. Lafayette, CO.
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Come see Thunder The Radar at Noha Hookah Cafe today at 9:30!
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Anyone not following Thunder the Radar should! 
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<a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>
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Trippy and naked version of Perspective from the album Aleatory:
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Don't forget to come see me 
06/05/13 at Larimer Lounge 
06/07/13 at Mutiny Cafe (um... they totally have superrad records, books, AND a Ripley's pinball machine!)
06/09/13 at Larimer Lounge
More shows coming soon (Bushwacker's in July guys and dolls!)
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Thank you Stephen!
The presumption behind the idea that education should adopt a commercial model, in order to attract the investment, is that the return on such an investment would warrant the investment. But I don’t think it would. Without massive government support, people couldn’t afford to pay for their education, and companies couldn’t afford the expense of training a modern industrial workforce from scratch. Given this dynamic, the question is, and ought properly to be, what justifies allowing a corporate return on education at all?
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Album now available! Check it out and let me know what you think. ^_^ http://beestingsessions.bandcamp.com/releases
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