Finally, a healthy update!

As most of you have seen by now, I am a big man. And my girlfriend is very small. She used to be big like me, then she lost 60 pounds on Weight Watchers. She is currently exercising while I am typing to you all, lol. But I have a couple of announcements. Nothing is final, but we are working in a Chris Spangle weight loss program for this site,, and for the Abdul in the Morning show. We are very close to announcing every thing, and it is going to be massively entertaining. So expect to see me embarrasing myself in video as well as print and radio withing the next month. My goal is to lose 100 pounds! I expect to completely humiliate myself while hopefully inspiring some other fattys out there.

Secondly, my girlfriend, Samantha is completing a life-long dream of running in a marathon. She is raising money for a woman from Carmel, Patricia Johnson. Her goal is to raise $4,000 by October 1, 2008.

Here is what Samantha has to say:

You can “On October 19, 2008, I’m participating in a Nike Women’s Marathon in San Francisco, CA as a member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training program. I’m participating in honor of Patricia Johnson. Patricia Johnson is a Multiple Myeloma survivor. Patricia was diagnosed in 2007 with Multiple Myeloma and is now in “complete remission.” She currently resides in Carmel, Indiana with her daughter Elizabeth.”

To donate and to track her progress for Patricia and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, visit here:

You can see her before and after photos, and get other weight loss tips, here:

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Chris Spangle is the host of the Chris Spangle Show, History of Modern Politics, and Liberty Explained, podcasts on the We Are Libertarians Podcast Network. He is also the co-host of the Patdown podcast, a comedy podcast with comedians Ms. Pat and Deon Curry. Chris Spangle has been podcasting since 2007, and now teaches podcasting at He also hosts the public affairs radio show “We Thought You Might Like To Know...” on Indiana radio stations which focuses on nonprofits.

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