The Proxy - Snap #626

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Sex, Lies, and Audiotape

 

It’s an all-NEW Snap…”Sex, Lies, and Audiotape.” We think that nobody knows... that there is a difference between private us and public us.

Not likely.


Snap Presents "The Truth" by Jonathan Mitchell

Snap presents a special audio fiction episode featuring Jonathan Mitchell's "The Truth."

Can You Help Me Find My Mom?

A girl is lost and can't find her mom. Why won't anyone help her?

Written by Diana McCorry
Produced by Jonathan Mitchell

more @ thetruthpodcast.com/story/2015/4/8/can-you-help-me-find-my-mom

VISIBLE

A blind man gets a Seeing Eye App.


Snap Presents "Homemade Stories" by Shannon Cason

In this one-hour special, "Homemade Stories: The Struggle is Real," award-winning storyteller Shannon Cason takes us on a journey that finds hope in struggle.

From navigating Detroit’s overwhelmed criminal justice system,  to being a father after failing in marriage, to finding anchors in a sea of uncertainty, Shannon's stories are heartbreaking and hilarious all at once.

Learn more at shannoncason.com.


Look Back Special 2016

Go, go, go. Push, push, push. Things to do. That's all well and good, but every once in a while it's time to kick back and look at what you already did. The Snap Judgment 2016 Lookback Special.


Mettle

It's an all-new Snap…"Mettle." Luck is nice, good fortune fantastic, but sometimes you have to show what you are made of.


Cross To Bear

On the next Snap, "Cross To Bear." You don't want it, you didn't create it, but it's all yours.

 


Rivals

On the next all-NEW Snap..."Rivals." It's always that person you can't stand who pushes you to be better.


Rose Colored Glasses

You see some people walking around with a permanent smile on their faces... do they know something we don't?


Gratitude 2016

On the next Snap Judgment, "Gratitude 2016." Even after the rain, there are still rainbows.


The Proxy

On the next Snap..."The Proxy." What if you could be you without all of the responsibility, the guilt, and the self-loathing? Too good to be true? ...Maybe not.


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