It’s Our Final Episode of 2017 & This will be Fu’s last recording!
We used this opportunity to broadcast Live on Facebook and Instagram so our listeners could tune in and engage. We begin by going through our “Top 5 Panics” of the year; each of us with our own list. To help us out we bring back J Walk, Voo, and the Intern Boston YG. This is a moment we use to reflect on the past year we’ve shared with you.
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