Deception by omission? 

Wow – just finished listening to this rather odd (bad) sounding artist on my favorite non-fake podcast. His song was bad and his voice sounded odd.

Now I can see why.

Award winning musician t.jpgT. Thomason performs in studio / Clogged throats / Calls from North Carolina, Boston, Cincinnati and Maryland / The Retirement Sherpa / Fidget Spinners / Humble and Fred respect teachers / Humble headlines / Fred’s embarrassing van.

Source: T. Thomason / May 25 – RECENT SHOWS

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Now that I see the picture, I infer what Humble was mumbling about @ 1:25:15…suprised he didn’t go there and pursue this topic.

Howard said “full disclosure” twice and made no disclosure at all. That’s a deception technique.

Amazing that no mention of trans was made. Why ignore the obvious reason that this person is being promoted?

Here’s an article on her.

I don’t like this part:

“All that was going through my head when I came out was, ‘I need to do this,’” Thomason says. “But I do think it’s important that there’s more queer visibility in the music industry. … There’s a mentality now: It’s time, because we’re saying it’s time, and we’re out now – deal with it and be respectful.”

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