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Alec Christensen plays 'Would You Rather?...'

Alec Christensen plays Would You Rather on Andyland Radio with Andrew Willis. Which would you rather? Would you rather, A) Have a headstone that says #Blessed or, B) Have your ashes scattered at a Justin Beiber Concert? Would you rather, A) Always have your lips in a "duck face" pout or, B) always have your eyebrows raised in a surprised expression? Would you rather, A) Only be able to play Monopoly with your family or, B) Only be able to talk politics with your family? Would you rather, A) Get paid minimum wage for a job you love doing or, B) Get paid well for a job you hate doing? Would you rather, A) have the body of Cher at 70 or, B) the success of Taylor Swift at 20?

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About Andyland Radio with Andrew Willis:

Andrew Willis gives an unfiltered mix of politics, celebrities, and pop culture. Broadcast live, Wednesdays 10:30p/12:30c on CiTR 101.9 FM. Available to stream Thursdays on and on through podcast on iTunes and Google Play.

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About CiTR 101.9 FM:

CiTR 101.9 FM is the broadcasting voice of the University of British Columbia. CiTR began as a student club in 1937, gaining not-for-profit status and a place on the FM dial in 1982. Run by the Student Radio Society of UBC, CiTR offers students and community members broadcast training and access to the airwaves, broadcasting 100+ locally-focused radio programs live in seven different languages, streamed online and available as podcasts.

Since 1983, CiTR has published Discorder Magazine, mirroring CiTR’s mandate to amplify underrepresented communities and to provide invaluable publishing experience. Discorder prints 10 issues per year with a distribution of 8000 copies across the Lower Mainland and Victoria, and publishes web exclusive content throughout the month. Though initially founded as a music-focused magazine, Discorder now covers a range of content related to the local arts scene, community organizing, current affairs and much more!