On TCM Forum - Come and enjoy our free online forum, where you can chat with people around the world, or just in your neighborhood.  Discuss topics in our different message boards we have set up, from gospel discussion to your creations!  Be cool and do what the cool Mormon does, chat on TCM forum! Have fun and keep it clean! Enter the TCM Forum
We're glad you came by for a visit!  To introduce ourselves, we are Thee Cool Mormons!  We live in La Grande, Oregon and belong to La Grande 2nd Ward.  TCM (The Cool Mormon) is a hangout for cool Mormons everywhere.  TCM is aimed towards Mormon teens but everyone is welcome.  TCM started as a guide to cool Mormon products but more features have been added.  We hope you enjoy your visit and have a good time.  If you want to talk to some other cool Mormons check out the forum, it's really cool.  If you like TCM tell your friends to come by for a visit.
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