Spun Today with Tony Ortiz
The Spun Today Podcast is a show that is anchored in Writing but unlimited in scope. Join the host Tony Ortiz as he explores various topics and subjects like writing, podcasting, movies, books, TV shows, people, politics, MMA, current events and much more. Give it a whirl.
This podcast may use tracking and attribution, dynamic content insertion and uses a unique domain
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