Don't forget, on WEDNESDAYS (Thursdays on the first week of each month)  there's a new episode of LIVE CHAT hosted by Marc Spess on at 8pm Central time. Set you computer's alarm so ya don't forget!

Here's a link to the live show page... Click Here!

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Oooh, thanks for the head's up! I miss so many of these. And Happy Belated, Marc!!!

Hey everyone, there's a chance we'll have no show tomorrow. We're supposed to have an ice storm with (depending on the report) between 1/4 to 2 inches of accumulation. If that happens then there probably will be no power here and I expect the internet to be a mess too.

Ron waves his hand like a Jedi and says "There WILL be a show".

You see? Using the force works because apparently there will indeed be a new episode of LIVE CHAT on AnimateClay.com tonight!. 

***LIVE CHAT SHOW ALERT!*** There will be a very special episode of LIVE CHAT hosted by Marc Spess tonight at 8pm Central time. On tonight's episode, Marc will be hosting the show HIMSELF and (spoiler alert!) he will be exclusively talking about the art of Stop Motion Animation!

So what's so 'special' about that you ask? You haven't seen Marc's show have you?

Grand!!!



Duane Petrie said:

Shoot man, looks like I just missed it. I haven't been able to catch the show in months; I'm missing so much!!

NOOOO! you didn't miss it, it's just about to start!

Sorry, I missed it!

LIVE SHOW ALERT! It starts in less than an hour from the time of this posting.

New Show tonight! Starts in 14 minutes.

All New episode tonight!

All new episode tonight! Right here - http://livestre.am/8YF

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