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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

So close to Missouri ...

Posted By on Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 8:12 PM

,... so far from God.

The line is open. But I forgot to post this a couple of hours ago.

But here's a little traveling music from 40/29 TV, which had quite an afternoon news summary from the badlands of NWA and environs. There's the prosecutor's employee in Missouri who faked cancer and kept $10,000 raised from co-workers. .... There's the car of two missing Bentonville women, aged 81 and 40, found outside a strip club in the same Missouri County. ... There's the Muldrow, Okla., couple charged with raping a 15-year-old in a travel trailer. ... And, though there's not even a regional tie to this one, there's pretty good footage of a Florida woman chasing off a TV news crew with a hoe.

You're on for the evening.

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