Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Rapid-Fire, Black Wednesday Edition

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Jon Gruden, a pay raise for Jeff Long, a prank on Crystal Bridges, Rep. John Burris and ethics, Pulaski County going all "wet," new judicial appointments, layoffs at St. Vincent, more corporate welfare in the city of Little Rock budget — all covered on the podcast this week.

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