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★ ★ ★ Winner of: Best Transtesticle at the 2011 Ghosties ★ ★ ★

Known by her username NoteParty, Tri$ha (occasionally Trisha) Was a regular troll on True Capitalist Radio hosted by Ghost. Tri$ha was known to be a male to female transgender individual, and as such was very happy about the adding of a third gender to Australian passports.

Tri$ha: What have you got against the third gender?
Ghost: Surf dinner? I like Surf 'N' Turf!

She initially called into the show as early as August, simply spouting pony memes with a male voice, until she suddenly started talking in a high pitched voice, turning her into one of Ghost's biggest annoyances. Her calls can consist of anything, from responding to an early caller, or news article, to bringing up a sick sadistic topic that will (almost always) make Ghost rage. She even caused him to ragequit on one particular show (December 7th), after calling him a hambone when he inquired about her username.

On December 28th, 2011, Tri$ha called from Suspicious Tumbleweed's number. This was explained as Tri$ha having been at Tumbleweed's house, and, when Tumbleweed came back from an absence, she found Tri$ha at her computer. She then proceeded to beat Tri$ha to death. Ghost then spent five minutes in a shocked silence as he realised that 'NoteParty was Suspicious Tumbleweed?'. It is speculated that this was an attempt to cover up a mistake by Tumbleweed when trolling. However, Tri$ha, on New Year's Eve 2011, confirmed that she was not, in fact, Suspicious Tumbleweed. The real reason for this slip-up was that Tri$ha and Tumbleweed were together in a Skype call.

On January 20th, 2012 (the 200th episode), Tri$ha stated that she was engaged to DarkRazorZ.

In early March 2012, Tri$ha stated she would not be calling the True Capitalist Radio broadcast anymore.

However she returned in Episode 220 to tell Ghost about blood diamonds.

She returned once again three years later in episode 228, though this consisted entirely of saying hello to Ghost in a silly voice. She never called the show again.