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Mega Ran: Splash Woman vs. Wildfires
Posted by Steve Juon at Monday, June 13th, 2011 at 9:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article



From Random a/k/a Mega Ran:

Mega Ran: Splash Woman vs. Wildfires

First, for everyone asking about my safety and whereabouts during these AZ wildfires, I'm fine. Don't forget how big the state of AZ is...We're good here in the city. Thanks for asking. BUT, a lot of people do need help. This fire is now the 2nd largest the state has ever seen.. so if you want to help, Donate to the Grand Canyon Chapter of the Red Cross. Thank you. http://american.redcross.org/site/Donation2?idb=1730938215&df_id=4281&4281.donation=form1 .

Just got back from a great southern swing through New Orleans, Mobile and Florida, and now it's time to get back to business. This next episode of Life After Lesson Plans takes place during Phoenix Comicon, I had a blast there.

LIfe After Lesson Plans Episode 7: Phoenix Comicon - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOpPvdE2nyI .

Also: Still feel like doing good deeds? Do me a favor and help my friend Hope fight cancer by contributing to Alex's Lemonade Stand! All proceeds will be used to help find a cure for childhood cancer. Here are the 3 ways you can donate:

1 - Come down to Martha Washington School in Philly, at 44th and Aspen Sts. to
lemonade, cookies, pretzels and other goodies.

2 - Donate any amount online at: www.alexslemonade.org/mypage/73070 .

3 - Text a $10 donation. Send "LEMONADE E73070" to 85944. Thanks!

Mot much else... except my new mixtape! check that out here! http://random.bandcamp.com/album/teacherrapperhero-vol-2-two-weeks-notice-mixed-by-dj-dn .

Take care,
Random

"Random is dreaming of is a world in which "keeping it real" comes to mean rapping about real life, and not just bragging about how much time you've spent in prison, or how many people you've shot." — Patrick Taylor, Rapreviews.com

"It may be a little early to declare an Album of the Year for Hip-Hop, but (Black Materia) is certainly a vibrant and unique candidate already." — Michael Melchor, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"some of the most original music to come out of the Valley in years, hip-hop or otherwise." — Mike R. Meyer, Phoenix New Times



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